. . . following the Iranian revolution, the relations took a different course as Tehran launched a policy of exporting the revolution to the Gulf region.
. . . Iran's interference in the Arab affairs and the attempts to undermine their security and stability is turning the whole region against it once more.
. . . It seems to me that Iran has two options: Either continue with the offensive option or take the North Korean option. The first option places Iran in a state of direct confrontation not only with the United States and European countries but also with the Arab and Islamic countries, particularly the Gulf states.
. . . The other option is to follow the North Korean example.