On Sunday, The leader of the Sadrist movement in Iraq, Moqtada al-Sadr visited Saudi Arabia to discuss a number of issues and issues of common interest between the two countries.
In Iran’s first reaction to the visit, Iran’s Khobar channel hosted two senior Iranian political analysts to discuss the objectives of Sadr’s visit to the kingdom.
The political analyst close to the reformist movement, Sabah Zankana, said that “Sadr’s visit to Saudi Arabia is very important in the circumstances of the region as a result of tensions,” and expressed the hope that Sadr’s trip to Saudi Arabia is full of achievements, adding that “the circumstances paved for Saudi Arabia to forgive Dozens of those sentenced to death. ”
Iranian author and political analyst Mossadegh Mossadegh Bor described Sadr’s visit to Saudi Arabia and received it by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as “a step that hurt the feelings of Muslims.”
“Sadr’s visit to Saudi Arabia and his reception by Ben Salman wounded the feelings of Muslims,” Mossadegh said, declining to be “authorized by Iran to mediate between them and Saudi Arabia to resolve tensions between the two countries.”
In mid-June, Muqtada al-Sadr called on Iran and Saudi Arabia to exercise restraint and leave the escalation aside, stressing that a serious and beneficial dialogue between them would be the beginning of the end of the sectarian war in the region. “Tehran and Riyadh must take care of their people without regard to religion, sect, sect, religion or race,” he said.