Both have been criticised by its members; many in Europe seeing the disparity for poorer member states
Khashoggi, a longtime royal insider who had become a critic of the crown prince, was killed in October in the kingdom's Istanbul consulate, prompting a global outcry.
NSHR head Mufleh al-Qahtani accused unspecified countries and international organizations of pursuing political agendas and "pushing (women) ultimately to be lost."
Iran's 2015 nuclear accord with world powers caps the level to which it is able to enrich uranium to 3.67 percent purity.
"Turkey expects the US to honor our strategic partnership and doesn't want it to be shadowed by terrorist propaganda," Erdogan's spokesman said.
A defeat of the jihadists in the enclave would wipe out Islamic State's territorial foothold on the eastern bank of the Euphrates River.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took this break to a further level on Sunday, telling the cabinet that over the last 36 hours the IAF hit an Iranian arms warehouse at the Damascus International Airport.
Some say that a sufficient number of advanced centrifuges could drop Iran’s breakout time to a nuclear weapon from a year to a few months to even weeks.
Damascus has previously stated its opposition to the kind of federal-state sought by the main Kurdish groups.
The request, which could lead to direct military confrontation between Iran and the United State, raised concern in the Pentagon.
The sovereign wealth fund has built up a huge European portfolio through stakes in companies including Deutsche Bank , Credit Suisse, London Stock Exchange and Volkswagen.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday the summit -- to be held in Warsaw on Feb. 13-14 -- would focus on stability and security in the Middle East.
The official Syrian news agency SANA reported Friday night that Syrian air defense was activated due to activity over Damascus.
Those who monitor the domestic situation in Iran will find that there are numerous protest movements that have not coalesced into one popular revolution because there is no unified leadership.
"Canada has granted her asylum," Surachate told Reuters. "She'll leave tonight at 11.15 p.m.”
The convoy was being sent to reinforce a Turkish military presence on the border near the northern Syrian province of Idlib.
President Donald Trump announced last month the decision to withdraw 2,000 US troops who have deployed to Syria.
Amid growing demand, more and more travel companies launch trips geared towards women in Iran, Egypt, Jordan and Oman.
Weekly protests raising the heat on Mahmoud Abbas' Ramallah-based government.
The prospect of Erdogan making a move is a concern for Israel, but significant obstacles remain before a Turkish push south.