Bandar bin Sultan: “Abu Ammar is an embrace and before Saddam...

Adel Al-Harbi (Echo):

Bandar bin Sultan, the former ambassador of the Kingdom to the United States of America, revealed the scenes for the first time in the Kuwaiti impeachment crisis.
Bin Sultan said in his speech to Al Arabiya that one of the most difficult scenes that afflicted the Gulf people in particular and the Arab people in solidarity with Kuwait. It is the scene of the visit of the late Palestinian President Yasser Arafat to Iraq after the invasion of Kuwait.

He pointed out that Abu Ammar received Saddam Hussein, who was the invader at the time, with hugs, kisses and laughter in 1990, explaining that it was a visit that had a painful impact on all the lads of the Gulf.

He pointed out that Iraq was the first country to strike missiles against the Kingdom during the battle to liberate Kuwait.

He added that one of the most shocking scenes during this period is that some deceived youth in Nablus danced with joy at striking Riyadh and raising pictures of Saddam in demonstrations in solidarity with him.

He emphasized that the Kingdom was greater than these scenes, and ignored negative attitudes not for the sake of the Palestinian leadership, but in appreciation of the Palestinian people.

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