27th Arab League Summit shows apparent hostility to Muslim world honors

July 27, The Iran Project – The 27th Arab League Summit held in Mauritania’s capital Nouakchott on Monday was an apparent hostility to the Muslim world honors.

The 27th Arab League Summit in Mauritania’s capital Nouakchott was a particular phenomenon in the history of the Arab League focused on the hostility against the Muslim world honors, especially Iran and the Axis of Resistance.

During a speech in the 27th Arab Summit where the leaders of Egypt and Saudi Arabia were absent, Bahrain deputy Prime Minister Shaikh Mohammed bin Mubarak Al Khalifa accused Iran of meddling in the affairs of Arab states.

Bahrain regime that arrests and oppresses Shias, baselessly claimed that Iranian interference aimed at exporting violence and terrorism to their nations through the training of terrorists and the smuggling of weapons and explosives into our countries.

This is while some members of the Arab League, notably Saudi Arabia, are accused of financing and supporting Daesh and some other terrorist groups.

It is worth noting that the Arab League has been rocked by internal divisions and some members were not interested in returning to the Arab League.

Political experts believe that the summit can be called “the summit of absentees” since some Arab leaders refused to participate in the meeting for not having consensus over the discussed issues.

The 22-nation Arab summit, originally scheduled for two full days, was set to discuss the ongoing crises and tensions in Libya, Iraq, Yemen, Syria and Palestine.

The summit, however, was cut back to a single day due to the absence of heavyweights Egypt and Saudi Arabia.