Riyadh, Saudi newspapers highlighted in their editorials today a number of issues at local, regional and international arenas.
Al-Riyadh newspaper in its editorial entitled ''Hajj in the Iranian discourse'' wrote that every year before the Hajj season, Iran carries out a media offensive aimed at reducing Saudi efforts in serving pilgrims, adding that Iran tries to reduce the efficiency of the Kingdom and its ability to manage the affairs of the Two Holy Mosques and call for Hajj internationalization.
The paper noted that the media mission against the Kingdom is entrusted to Lebanese Hezbollah channels, Qatari Al-Jazeera channel and the media of terrorist groups of Muslim Brotherhood and Iran-backed Houthi militias.
Okaz newspaper in its editorial entitled ''The Exposed Doha'' said that the recent leaks published by BBC on the issue of the release of Qatari hostages in Iraq last year confirmed the validity of previous media allegations about the suspicious deal whose money exceeded $ 1 billion allocated to several terrorist organizations in Syria, Iraq and Lebanon.
The paper noted that due to Qatar's generous financial support for terrorist organizations such as Hezbollah, Houthi, Nosrah Front, or Daesh (ISIS), the international community has no choice but to go to the accountability and trial of the Qatari regime.
Source: Saudi Press Agency