Saudi Arabia not in a position to attack Iran, defence minister says
Iranian Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi has said Saudi Arabia is not in a position to launch an attack on the Islamic Republic of Iran, Mehr news reported.
"The House of Saud is not in a position to threaten Iran, so it should be said that the House of Saud does not have the audacity to militarily threaten Iran," Vahidi told the Fars News Agency on Sunday.
"Even the United States cannot threaten Iran, let alone others," he added.
Asked about the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council's recent allegations that Iran is interfering in Bahrain, Vahidi said, "Everyone who observes the incidents understands who is, in fact, interfering in Bahrain's internal affairs."
"With a simple glance, one can understand which country has sent its military troops to Bahrain and is interfering in the country's affairs," he stated.