The Khaleej rift seems to be dying down

Farmaajo proven right once again. Djibouti and lalaland just don't have a leader with that type of foresight, should've stayed neutral
Didn't Djibouti kick out DP World due to port dispute cause they were getting scammed. It was unrelated to the khaleej rift.
 
Didn't Djibouti kick out DP World due to port dispute cause they were getting scammed. It was unrelated to the khaleej rift.
The djib uae rift started way back but we still sided with the ksa axis and kicked out qatari troops attempting to mediate between us and eri back in 2017
 

SirLancelLord

Reformation of Somaliland
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Always misleading people, he's invited for the GCC summit in Makkah to talk and pray together on these blessed nights of Ramadan.
 

Karim

I could agree with you but then we’d both be wrong
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Feeling like a used condom, Jeegania always feeling let down by their "Allies".
 
This showa the foresight of Farmaajo to stay natural and Saudi Arabia already commended Farmaajo for his stance privately long time ago and did not assert further pressure once he said he'd stay natural.
 

SirLancelLord

Reformation of Somaliland
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This showa the foresight of Farmaajo to stay natural and Saudi Arabia already commended Farmaajo for his stance privately long time ago and did not assert further pressure once he said he'd stay natural.
Nothing happens if they resolve their conflict. It will go back to before anyways Qatar did nothing for Somaliland before so no effect.
 
Well done sandnegroes

It's about time the infighting amongst the Khaleej nations stop

History once again repeating itself
We stayed neutral when the Arabs cut ties with Egypt over 40 years ago

Today we are once again on the right side of history by remaining neutral

I like this "neutral" game :)
 

Apophis

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Lol its Fear of iran, Queen Salman is terrified. He has called a meeting of the sand negro league to discuss "iranian threat"
 

Apophis

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Somalia delagation landed to attend the useless arab league.


"While summit leaders are likely to discuss how best to avoid a war, King Salman is equally determined to defend Saudi and Arab interests amid increasing tensions between the U.S. and Iran," Prince Turki al-Faisal, former Saudi intelligence chief and envoy, wrote in an opinion piece published by Al Arabiya.

He said the meetings of Sunni Muslim Gulf leaders and Arab leaders at midnight in Mecca would discuss Shi'ite Iran's "interference" in Arab affairs.
https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKCN1T00OC

:gucciwhat: what's this shit gotta do with us?
 

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