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    Saudi Arabia fears that a democratic Iraq will inspire the Saudis and Gulf

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    Western diplomats: Saudi Arabia fears that a democratic Iraq will inspire the Saudis, Gulf and the concern of the election results
    15/03/2010


    Western diplomats: Saudi Arabia fears that a democratic Iraq will inspire the Saudis, Gulf and the concern of the election results

    سياسة السعودية في العراق Saudi Arabia's policy in Iraq

    Western diplomats: Saudi Arabia fears that a democratic Iraq will inspire the Saudis, Gulf and the concern of the election results

    Western diplomats revealed that Riyadh's main political player in the Gulf fear that a democratic Iraq will inspire the Saudis to raise questions about the system of government in the monarchy.

    And Kuwait, where tense relations with Iraq, often said it does not matter if the government led by Sunnis or Shiites.

    "Said political analyst Ali al-Kuwaiti Oil Minister, that any outcome of the democratic process in Iraq is a gain for them and for the region.

    He added that Kuwait was threatened several times in Iraq when he was under the ruler Saddam Hussein is a Sunni, said that Iraq is a Sunni who had threatened Kuwait and Iraq is a Sunni who had invaded Kuwait.

    Majid Al Mazloum of the Gulf Studies Center in Cairo, said "The results of these elections shows that there is a wave of Shiite Arab threaten security in the region. Iran has a covert role in the Arab region, which supports the Shiite elements in the region, especially in Iraq."

    That "Iraq's Sunni minority, scattered among Shiites and Kurds on the one hand on the other hand. This would create instability in the country

    United Arab Emirates, "said analyst Abdel Khaliq Abdullah said the main concern for the region is that Iraq is splintered along sectarian lines it goes from regional powers and, of course, here comes Iran as the biggest country in the region poke its nose in the affairs of other countries.

    He said - referring to the GCC, comprising Saudi Arabia's largest oil exporter - said it haunts GCC significantly

    Yasser Ahmed Ali (28 years), an engineer, production Emirates that from the point of view, he hopes "to share power together," adding that this is the best option available to them and this is the reason that the coalition would be a good thing.

    Is not expected to announce the final results a few weeks ago.

    Abdullah said Ashaal former aide to Egyptian Foreign Minister that the new Iraq will be an Iraq that lacks balance and the results show progress Shiites

    He said that such findings are consistent with what you want Shiite Iran and coalitions will be with Iran while it seems.

    Does not believe only a small number of Arabs that Iraq's elections will put pressure on other Arab governments to listen to the voices of its citizens.

    But commentator Abdullah bin Bijad Al-Otaibi said the election shows democracy is fragile, but growing.

    He wrote in a column in the newspaper Okaz "Everyone knows that Iraq is still the scene of the effects of international and regional, but the value of their citizen's awareness has increased significantly than before."



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