An Iranian news agency reported today that Prince Abdulaziz bin Abdullah, the deputy foreign minister of Saudi Arabia will travel to Tehran this month, to attend the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) meeting.
A prominent Shiite clan in Lebanon, which had recently abducted around two dozen rival Sunni Arab individuals, claimed today that one Saudi national is among the hostages held by them.
Saudi Arabian officials today banned their citizens from visiting Lebanon and asked those who are already present there to evacuate immediately, after Shiite clans threatened to kidnap Sunni Arabs.
Officials from Saudi Arabia warned Israel that they will shoot down any Israeli aircraft, which enters in to the Saudi airspace.
Local human rights activists have accused the Saudi Arabian regime of intensifying the crackdown against Shiite protestors in the Eastern province.
A Saudi born senior Al Qaeda leader, currently active in Afghanistan was added by the American authorities to the list of Specially Designated Global terrorists this week.