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Riyadh swiftly criticized Hezbollah, saying its aggressions could be considered a "declaration of war." El-Sissi dispatched his foreign minister to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Bahrain.
that we are with them to defend the security of Saudi Arabia, the Gulf and the entire region ...
The kingdom charged that a missile fired by Yemeni rebels toward Riyadh this month could be considered "an act of war" by Iran, which it accused of providing the missile.
Things further heated up when Lebanon's prime minister, Saad al-Hariri, resigned in a pre-recorded message aired from Saudi Arabia, blaming Hezbollah.
CAIRO: Egypt faces high expectations from Saudi Arabia and its other Gulf Arab benefactors that it will have their back as tensions rise with their rival Iran, including throwing the weight of its military, the largest standing Arab army, into the crisis if needed.
But Egypt clearly has no desire to be dragged into a military conflict or to see the tensions spiral into another Saudi-Iran proxy battle like the many that are already tearing up the Middle East.