“Ticks remain ticks.” Bandar bin Sultan criticizes Qatar, Turkey, Iran and...

“Ticks remain ticks.” Bandar bin Sultan criticizes Qatar, Turkey, Iran and...
“Ticks remain ticks.” Bandar bin Sultan criticizes Qatar, Turkey, Iran and...
, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Prince Bandar bin Sultan, a former Saudi ambassador to Washington and a former head of Saudi intelligence, has criticized Palestinian leaders ’statements against the UAE and Bahrain following the agreement with Israel to normalize relations.

Prince Bandar, in the first part of his interview with Al-Arabiya channel, on Monday evening, criticized Qatar, Iran and Turkey, and stressed that the Palestinian issue is a “national issue and a just cause,” but he saw that its “lawyers are failures.”

Prince Bandar said, “The talk of the Palestinian leaders after the agreement of the UAE and Bahrain with Israel was painful, and the reason for it was painful because his level was low.” “The daring of the Palestinian leaders against the Gulf states is unacceptable and unacceptable,” he added.

Regarding Turkey’s reaction to the UAE-Israel agreement, Prince Bandar said that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan “announced that he would withdraw his ambassador from the UAE in support of the Palestinian cause, so why did it not expel the Israeli ambassador in Ankara or withdraw its ambassador from Tel Aviv?” Trade in the Palestinian cause at the expense of the Palestinian people. ”

Prince Bin said that the Qatari authorities “do not deserve a response to them,” saying that “Qatar is a marginal thing. The Qatari people are brother, beloved, and from us and in us. The mother of the state is marginal and does not deserve to waste time talking about it or responding to it, the best thing is to ignore it, but certainly all of you.” You know the proverb that we have in the desert and it says: Ticks revolt against camels, this is true, but ticks remain ticks and camels remain camels, “as he put it.

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