"Kuwait is among three big neighbors compared to its size and population, and it has been invaded by two states, Iraq and Saudi Arabia," Duwailah said in tweets on Twitter.
"History books remind us that there are three Saudi invasion attempts against one Iraqi invasion and a small border clash, while there has been no Iranian invasion despite numerous attempts at sabotage and bombing," he said.
"Iran did not include any part of Kuwait's land or water, but it fought on the continental shelf, while Iraq took a depth of eight hundred meters from the wells of Safwan to the Sea of Shuaib by the decision to demarcate the border. Saudi Arabia included two-thirds of the area of Kuwait in the agreement, Continental as a price for its position in the invasion. "
Al-Duwailah said, "Kuwait's relationship with Iraq was as turbulent as that of the Iraqi mood. The reason for this disorder is the belief of the Iraqis that Kuwait is part of Iraq and they are inferred by the fact that Kuwait is the nominal state of the Ottoman state." The Iraqis derive their right to Kuwait from the Ottoman state only "He said.
"The relationship between Kuwait and the Saudi state, the first and second, was a turbulent relationship witnessed more than an invasion, but in the Saudi state fluctuated between the resort of the Saud family of Kuwait and the two siege and invasion and several raids caused the victims resulted in the annexation of two thirds of Kuwait's land and territorial waters followed by an alliance and support" .
He added that "from this rapid review it is clear that Kuwait has experienced cases of tension and attraction with its neighbors and that history has re-established itself more than once and can not be separated from Kuwait history and past experiences, yet Kuwait's relationship with neighboring countries has developed positively because of the wisdom of Kuwaiti politics And the severity of the judgment. "
He pointed out that "Kuwait is committed to defending any Arab country under aggression according to the joint Arab defense agreement and is also committed to defend any Gulf country subjected to aggression is a real and firm commitment to Kuwaiti policy, but the Kuwaiti constitution prevents the offensive war, Defense case may not be ".
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