Khatibzadeh tweeted on Thursday "No amount of Saudi confusion can hide this ugly reality." He added in another statement about Saudi Arabia, "Their atrocities in Yemen, and the infamous killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi are just some of their other stunts, and the latest of this is their standing with the state sponsor of terror against the Palestinians."
"The Saudis must change course," he continued. "The policy of inflaming tensions can no longer be defended."
The tweets of the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, Saeed Khatibzadeh, came in response to recent statements by the Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Adel Al-Jubeir, in which he said that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia does not endorse the policy of assassinations, and indicated that Iran blames Saudi Arabia for every earthquake or flood .
"It seems that despair has prompted Iran's Foreign Minister, Mr. Javad Zarif, to place any blame on the Kingdom and accuse it of causing what is happening in Iran," Al-Jubeir said .