Bandar bin Sultan attacks Qatar, Turkey and the Palestinians … and...

Bandar bin Sultan attacks Qatar, Turkey and the Palestinians … and...
Bandar bin Sultan attacks Qatar, Turkey and the Palestinians … and...

The former Saudi ambassador to Washington, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, attacked the Palestinian leaders, accusing them of wasting the case, and also directed other accusations against Iran, Turkey and Qatar.

Bin Sultan said during an interview in a documentary that was shown by the Saudi Arabia channel, that the Palestinian leaders ’comment on the UAE and Bahrain agreement with Israel was” painful and insignificant. ”

He added that “the Palestinian leaders’ dare to attack the Gulf states is unacceptable and unacceptable,” considering that the Palestinian issue “was plundered by Israel and the Palestinian leaderships.”

His speech was widely contested on social media, and Israeli circles celebrated his statements in which he attacked Palestinian leaders.

Professor of Political Ethics and History of Religions at Hamad bin Khalifa University Muhammad Al-Mukhtar Al-Shanqeeti commented, “Prince Bandar bin Sultan followed him as he practiced safe-and-harm diplomacy with the Palestinians.”

Activist Boughanim commented, “If Qatar were marginal, you would have complied with 13 conditions. If Qatar were marginal, you would not have demanded the closure of Al Jazeera channel. If Qatar was marginal, you would not have continued its blockade for 3 years or more. If Qatar was marginal, you would not have created 4 million Twitter accounts against it to attack it day and night.” But a thorn is a thorn that makes you shame. “

Tweeters re-posted a video clip of Saudi Oil Minister, Abdulaziz bin Salman, saying that he has a “tick mentality”, in a sarcastic reference to Prince Bandar bin Sultan’s recent statements.

A tick is an insect that lives by sucking the blood of animals, and it usually attaches to the bodies of pets such as cats and dogs, and causes disease transmission to humans in this way.

On the other hand, Saudis admired his statements and celebrated them through their Twitter accounts.

Relations between Saudi Arabia and Turkey have been strained in recent years, especially after the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside his country’s consulate in Istanbul in October 2018. Saudi Arabia has also been participating with the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt in the siege of the State of Qatar since June 2017.

American authorities accuse Bandar bin Sultan and his wife of making financial transfers to “Osama Basnan”, a Saudi citizen residing in the United States who is suspected of being part of the support service for the hijackers in the events of September 11, 2001. US reports also revealed that Basnan was close to another Saudi It is Omar Al-Bayoumi, who was friends with Khaled Al-Mihdhar and Nawaf Al-Hazmi when they arrived in the United States in the early 2000s.

A month ago, federal judge Sarah Knightburn in New York issued a ruling requiring the Saudi government to present 24 current and former officials for questioning about their potential knowledge of the events that led to the 9/11 attacks before US courts. Among these officials, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, the father of the current Saudi ambassador to Washington, Princess Rima bint Bandar, in addition to Ahmed Al-Qattan, one of his most important aides.

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