A Saudi-to-Haifa, Israel oil pipeline can save the worldAn out-of-the-box idea for cementing a relationship with the anti-Iran Arab states.
Saudi soccer teams fear for their lives in IranDue to fear of death, Saudi soccer teams are demanding that matches against Iranian teams be switched to a neutral country or dropped.
Iranian FM: Saudis dragging the region to warIran’s Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, levels accusations at rival Saudi Arabia in New York Times op-ed.
Saudis behead 50 in first ten days of 2016Saudi Arabia executes Ethiopian woman on questionable charges, but UN Human Rights Council chair already falling short of its 2015 record.
Domestic and regional implications of escalated Saudi-Iran conflictBy executing a prominent Shiite leader, the Saudi ruler sent a strong signal to Iran, to the kingdom’s beleaguered Shiite minority, and to the world - including Obama.
Iran says Saudi intentionally bombed its embassySaudi Arabia accused of deliberately bombing Iranian Embassy in Yemen, but no damage visible on site.
UN envoy meets with Syrian opposition in S. ArabiaUN envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, meets with diplomats, Syrian opposition in Riyadh.
Kuwait, too, recalls its Iran ambassadorGulf kingdom joins Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Sudan in breaking ties with Iran as Sunni-Shi'ite rift expands.
Saudi Arabia: Those executed received a fair trialSaudi Arabia's mission to the UN defends the execution of 47 men, including Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr which angered Iran.
Iran regrets attacks on Saudi missionsIran says it will spare no effort in arresting violent rioters who attacked Saudi missions in Tehran and Mashad.
After Saudi Arabia, Bahrain cuts ties with IranA day after the Saudis cut ties with Iran, Bahrain, too, gave Iranian envoys 48 hours to leave the kingdom.
Clinton: The Saudis are not immune from criticismDemocratic presidential candidate says Saudi Arabia's executions on the weekend raise some "serious questions".
Iran blames America, Britain and 'Zionists'Iranian commander claims that United States, Britain and Israel are responsible for Saudi Arabia executing Nimr al-Nimr.
Saudi Arabia gives Iranians 48 hours to leaveSaudi Arabia cuts diplomatic ties with Iran after its embassy in Tehran was attacked by protesters.
Khamenei: Hand of God will take vengeanceIn an open threat to Saudi Arabia, Iranian Supreme leader responds to execution of prominent Shiite cleric.
State Department: Execution may worsen tensionsUnited States expresses concern after Saudi Arabia executes prominent Shiite cleric, triggering condemnation and protests.
Iran: Angry Protesters torch Saudi embassyAngry Iranian protesters storm Saudi Arabia's embassy in Tehran in protest over the execution of Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr.
Saudi execution of Shi'ite cleric sparks outrageIran: 'Saudi government will pay a high price for following these policies.'
Saudi Grand Mufti says ISIS are 'Israeli soldiers'Sheikh Abdulaziz Al-Asheikh calls ISIS threats against Israel a 'lie,' claiming the jihadists are 'part of the Israeli soldiers.'
Rouhani: Syria's destruction pleases only IsraelIranian President accuses Saudi Arabia of promoting poverty and terrorism in the Middle East.
Saudi King blames Assad for the rise of ISISSaudi King Salman says Syrian President aided the rise of the Islamic State group.
Iran's growing clout spurs Saudi action on SyriaWary of an emboldened, aggressive Iran, Middle East's leading Sunni Arab power taking matters into its own hands in Syria.
Saudi official: Arab culture 'immersed in hatred'Member of Saudi Arabian legislative council calls on Arab world to take responsibility for violent and xenophobic culture.
Saudi Arabia launches 'anti-terror' coalitionSaudi Arabia forms 34-state Islamic military coalition to combat terrorism. Iran not included in initiative.
20 women elected in landmark Saudi pollSaudi voters elect 20 women for local government seats in the first election in which women were allowed to participate.
Women win in Saudi Arabia electionsHistoric day for Saudi women following the country's first-ever elections open to female voters and candidates.
Trump and Saudi prince engage in Twitter warSaudi prince tweets that Trump is a disgrace over call to ban Muslim entry to the Unites States. Trump fires back.
The war between the coalitionsTwo coalitions are battling for control of the Middle East. America belongs to neither of them.
Imprisoned Saudi blogger starts hunger strikeSaudi blogger Raif Badawi, who was convicted of insulting Islam, has been on a hunger strike since Tuesday.
Why aren't the Arabs fighting ISIS?Experts discuss why Arab coalition states dropping out as West picks up speed - internal Islamic war with Iran at the center of things.
Saudi Arabia confirms California shooter visitedSaudi Arabia’s embassy in Washington confirmed that Syed Farook visited the country in the summer of 2014.
Saudis shower over $1 million in gifts on ObamasSaudi royal family leads private gifts to Obama family in 2014, giving Michelle expensive jewelry and Barack a floor-length cape.
Saudi Arabia blacklists 12 Hezbollah membersSaudi Arabia widens its sanctions against Hezbollah, which fights Saudi-backed rebels in Syria.
Saudi women begin first-ever election campaignSaudi women join the historic election campaign in a tentative step to forward women’s rights.
Saudi Arabia threatens Twitter user with lawsuitSaudi Arabia threatens to sue Twitter user who said a death sentence handed down to a poet was 'ISIS-like'.
UN condemns Syria for human rights violationsUN committee condemns human rights violations in Syria, in a resolution presented by Saudi Arabia - whose own track record is questionable.
Saudi Arabia wants UN to condemn RussiaSaudi Arabia submits resolution to condemn Iranian and Russian intervention in Syria.
Saudis refuse soccer match with PalestiniansSaudis cite security concerns to FIFA, but Riyadh really fears playing near Ramallah would mean recognizing 'Israeli occupation.'
The Russian Bear has joined the cardgame in the Middle EastRussia has joined the game and it remains to see which way the cards will fall.
Jailed Saudi blogger wins EU human rights prizeRaif Badawi, imprisoned in 2012 for 'insulting Islam,' awarded European Parliament's prestigious Sakharov Prize.
Saudi Arabia to execute pro-democracy clericSaudi Arabia's Supreme Court rejects appeal against the death sentence for Shiite cleric who called for pro-democracy protests.
Kerry looks to Arab countries for help on SyriaUS Secretary of State talks with Arab leaders to find new ideas to end Syrian civil war.
Saudi Arabia Tells Iran to Stop 'Meddling'Saudi Arabia's foreign minister warns his country is ready to respond if Iran continues to meddle in the affairs of the kingdom's neighbors.
Iran Claims Houthis Destroy Arab WarshipIf true, claim suggests pro-Iranian rebels in Yemen have their hands on sophisticated anti-ship missiles, presenting a game-changing threat.
Putin Discusses Syria with Saudi Defense MinisterRussian President meets Saudi Arabia's Defense Minister Prince to discuss the possibility of a political solution in Syria.
Putin/Iran Will Rape Sunni Oil Riches as Stalin/Hitler Raped PolandWhat is Putin's goal?
Jailed Saudi Blogger Wins Free-Speech PrizeRaif Badawi, who was accused of insulting Islam, awarded the PEN Pinter Prize.
Jewish Leaders Send Condolences to Saudi KingWJC heads representing over 100 Jewish communities tell King Salman: 'may we worship our common God with love and in peace.'
Over Half of Hajj Stampede Deaths Are Iranian464 Iranians among the 769 killed in 'stoning the devil' stampede, followed by Egypt with 75 dead; Iran steps up anti-Saudi rhetoric.
Iran Rejects Claims it Sent Arms to YemenIranian fishing ship headed to Yemen found filled with anti-tank shells, though Iran says accusations of it arming Houthis are 'baseless.'
Lapid Meets Saudi Prince to Talk Peace PlansSaudi ex-intel chief holds meeting with MK after he states support for Saudi Initiative, in a move to arrange a regional peace summit.
Iranian Weapons Ship Bound For Yemen SeizedSaudi-backed coalition in Yemen seizes of Iranian weapons vessel in first possible evidence Tehran is arming Houthi rebels.
9/11 Victims' Lawsuit Against Saudis DismissedManhattan judge dismisses claims against Saudi Arabia by families of victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Khamenei Demands Saudi Apology for Hajj StampedeIranian Supreme Leader accuses Riyadh of 'passing the buck' in tragedy in latest barb aimed at the rival kingdom.
Hackers Target Saudi Arabia for Teen's Crucifixion#OpNimr downs several Saudi gov't sites, while outrage builds over impending execution - as Saudi Arabia takes up UN Human Rights chair.
Saudi Arabia Rejects Criticism Over StampedeSaudi Arabia's foreign minister warns Iran not to play politics over the stampede that killed at least 769 people.
Rouhani Pushes for Probe of Saudi Hajj StampedeIran President Rouhani insists on 'swift action' in response to 769 deaths during this year's pilgrimage.