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Why Does Saudi Arabia Consider Iran So Great a Threat?

"Business is always good here,” store clerk Mohammad Ali said, pointing to the rows of clothing in his shop in the Saudi capital. But a month after Saudi Arabia severed formal relations with Iran, the calm in Riyadh belies a growing fear in the region. The two regional giants are often at odds, but now, with no diplomatic ties, they are teetering between peace talks and escalating proxy wars in Syria and Yemen. For many Saudis, victory for Iran’s allies in either conflict would...

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