Al-Faisal said in his statements: “The Israeli government portrays itself as a peace-loving and carrying of sublime values. They claim to be the protectors of human rights, and they claim to be the only democratic country in the Middle East region. They portray themselves as a small country suffering from an existential threat surrounded by bloodthirsty killers who wish to eliminate it.” .
Prince Turki Al-Faisal added, “They (Israel) declared war against Hamas as a terrorist movement, and expressed their desire to be friends with Saudi Arabia … All Israeli governments are the last colonial powers in the Western world.”
For his part, Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi tweeted, describing what the “Saudi representative at the Manama conference” said “are false accusations,” and “do not reflect the spirit of change that the region is going through.”
The interaction between the activists of the social networking site, Twitter, regarding the statements of al-Faisal, varied between those who described the attack as “not left nor forfeited” and those who compared his statements with what the Israeli minister said. Below we review a number of what the activists have shared:
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