“Saadio Emirates” is a gang that has kidnapped our country

“Saadio Emirates” is a gang that has kidnapped our country
“Saadio Emirates” is a gang that has kidnapped our country
* Unexpected surprises are likely within the royal family, despite bin Salman’s control of most of the hard power in Saudi Arabia

* ’s victory in the American elections again will make the way for bin Salman to ascend the throne of Saudi Arabia more paved and easier

* Saudi women still need many rights to reach the lowest level of rights and freedoms in Europe

* Bin Salman wants to repeat the Emirati experience and follow in its footsteps, whether in relations with the Israeli occupation or other issues

* The moment of the assassination of “Khashoggi” was a milestone in the march of Saud Al-Qahtani … he transformed from a person representing the state to a man of shadow.

* The position of the major countries in defending human rights wasted in Saudi Arabia is not at the required level

* The “Saudi Women Detainees” project is nothing but the seed of a bigger work that I intend to do in the coming months

* The restrictions against me did not stop .. One of them contacted me several months ago to return to Saudi Arabia, but I did not respond to him.

* Bin Salman will not change his strategy as long as Mohammed bin Zayed is close to him and controls Saudi Arabia’s decision

* “Saadio the Emirates” is a gang that kidnapped the kingdom … and the UAE’s relationship with Saudi Arabia is “disastrous”

Saudi writer and journalist, and activist defending women’s issues, Reem Suleiman, said that “unexpected surprises are possible within the royal family during the coming period, despite the control of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman over most of the hard power inside the country,” stressing that “no Someone can say for sure that matters have completely settled for the crown prince. ”

Suleiman explained, in an exclusive interview with Arabi 21, that “in the event that Donald Trump wins the American presidential elections, the road for Prince Mohammed bin Salman will be paved and easier, but if the Democrats come and their candidate Joe Biden wins, this may confuse the papers of the ruling establishment.” Saudi Arabia, and it is possible to rearrange the ruling house. ”

The Saudi journalist, who fled her country after being arrested for a short period, and is currently residing in the Netherlands for nearly two years, pointed out that “Mohammed bin Salman wants to repeat the Emirati experience and follow in its footsteps, whether in relations with the Israeli occupation or other issues and international relations, but what prevents him. Including that is the presence of King Salman who rejects any form of the declared relationship with the Israelis, “she said.

She criticized those who say that the status of women in Saudi Arabia today is better than yesterday, saying: “Perhaps at the level of personal rights, in dress and travel there is some improvement, but at the level of freedoms and general rights, such as the right of women to work, their right to the wealth of the country and others, they are still Saudi women need a lot of rights to reach the lowest level of rights and freedoms enjoyed by their counterparts in Europe.

Here is the full transcript of the interview:

In January 2019, I told “Arabi 21” that Saud Al-Qahtani, the former advisor to the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, is still exercising all his duties until now .. So has there been any change to the role that “Al-Qahtani” plays throughout this period or not ?

The assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi marked a milestone in Saud Al-Qahtani’s career. He turned from a person representing the state in his position to a shadowy man, who is prohibited from entering the media. While Al-Qahtani is exercising his entire previous role as an advisor to the crown prince and as a director for the government media machine, he has formed a clear burden on the state, and I do not rule out that the crown prince thought about excluding him more than once, but he has not done so so far.

How do you see the status of Saudi women now?

Those who say that the status of women in Saudi Arabia today are better than yesterday, perhaps in terms of personal rights, in dress and travel, there is some improvement, but at the level of freedoms and general rights, such as the right of women to work, their right to the wealth of the country and others, Saudi women still need To a lot of rights to reach the lowest level of rights and freedoms enjoyed by their European counterparts.

There are some reports that talk about indications of the imminence of Saudi normalization with Israel .. Do you expect this to happen?

It is unlikely that the Crown Prince will announce the normalization of relations with the Israeli occupation, although there are voices left and right that have become freely talking about the relationship with them, or the attack and demonization of the Palestinian cause, as happened recently in the meeting that Al-Arabiya held with the former Saudi intelligence chief and Saudi ambassador to Washington Prince Bandar Bin Sultan.

Bandar bin Sultan launched a violent attack on the Palestinian leadership for its rejection of the Emirati and Bahraini normalization agreement with the Israeli occupation, saying that the Palestinian leadership expressed its rejection of the normalization agreement with “hybrid talk” and “low level” and rejected language .. How did you follow up on those statements?

I was shocked, because the statements came from the heart of Riyadh, so comfortably. In the past, Prince Turki al-Faisal – a former intelligence chief – would openly meet with Zionist leaders, but none of those meetings took place on Saudi soil.

What do you think Mohammed bin Salman’s position on the issue of normalization?

In my estimation, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman wants to repeat the Emirati experience and follow in its footsteps, whether in relations with the Israeli occupation or other issues and international relations, but what prevents him from that is the presence of King Salman who rejects any form of declared relationship with the Israelis.

How do you see the dimensions of the relationship between Saudi Arabia and the UAE? Which one is more influential on the other?

The UAE’s relationship with Saudi Arabia is “catastrophic”; It is a one-sided relationship. The UAE is a beneficiary all along from the Saudi crises, and its interests have been imposed at the expense of the sovereignty of our country. Unfortunately, it dominates its decision. Unfortunately, the crown prince is surrounded by a large group of so-called “Saudis of the Emirates”, who are like the gang that kidnapped the state.

A few weeks ago, Saudis in exile announced the establishment of an opposition political party .. How did you follow this step, which is the first experience in the history of Saudi political opposition?

An advanced step at the level of the Gulf opposition, not only Saudi Arabia, and I was pleased with the diversity in the constituent body. I expect this experience to serve the future of the country.

The “New Testament” account said that the Saudi authorities recently launched a new campaign of arrests that affected a large number of people related in one way or another to the man who fled to Canada, Saad Al-Jabri .. Do you have any information in this regard?

I do not have information about this issue, but it has been presented according to the state’s method in recent years. The series of arrests will not stop until the Crown Prince decides to make a societal reconciliation, and this is what I will not find soon.

Do you think that the case of Saad Al-Jabri will be more dangerous for Bin Salman than “Khashoggi”?

Saad Al-Jabri is a very important professional figure, and he reached the position with his knowledge and capabilities, unlike many officials, in addition to being a patriot, I am sure that he will do what he deems appropriate for the interest of the country. If the man continues to move, it will constitute a major crisis for the state.

In your opinion, what are the repercussions of the continuing state of persecution and oppression inside Saudi Arabia on the ruling family and on Saudi society as a whole?

The conflict within the family, and the continuing state of persecution, produced for us a weak Saudi Arabia, controlled by the Emirates and dominating its sovereign decision, in addition to the deteriorating economic and security conditions.

What are the latest details of your project, “Saudi women detainees”?

The “Saudi Women Detainees” project, in its current form, is nothing but a seed for a greater work that I intend to do in the coming months, and what distinguishes it now is the confidence of the detainees’ families, their communication with him, and providing them with information about the conditions of the detainees.

Are there restrictions or threats you are exposed to during the recent period?

The restrictions did not stop. A few months ago, a person called Abdel Aziz Tarabzouni contacted me, claiming that he was an employee in the office of the Crown Prince, and asked me to return to the country in exchange for resolving my case and providing guarantees. I did not trust him and did not respond to him.

A group of British MPs and lawyers demanded a few days ago to visit Saudi Arabia to discover the fate of high-ranking Saudi princes, including the former Crown Prince Muhammad bin Nayef and Prince Ahmed bin Abdulaziz .. Do you think that they will be allowed?

I do not think so, the two princes have tight control, and they are forbidden to meet anyone, in addition to that Prince Ahmed returned to the country in exchange for British guarantees, but the Crown Prince did not care about those guarantees and arrested him, and he would not care – according to my imagination – the request of the British MPs and lawyers.

The European Parliament called for a reduction in the level of representation at the G20 summit to be hosted by the Saudi capital, Riyadh, via video link on November 21-22, with the aim of “avoiding legitimizing impunity for human rights violations and illegal and arbitrary detentions in Saudi Arabia.” How do you see Europe’s position on human rights violations in Saudi Arabia?

We are waiting for the case to turn into a verb to be able to judge. But in general, the position of the major powers was not at the level required in defending our wasted human rights, especially in the Khashoggi case, as the criminals involved in the assassination, Ahmed Asiri and Saud Al-Qahtani, are still at large and practicing their work.

Do you expect a major boycott of the G20 summit, which comes less than two months after the second anniversary of Khashoggi’s assassination?

I said and I repeat the calls alone are not enough. Countries must take a serious stance. We want real action to pressure the Saudi government to stop the series of arrests and arbitrariness.

Will bin Salman take advantage of the twenty summit to beautify his image? And re-present himself as a potential king of Saudi Arabia?

Certainly, the crown prince is a smart man who knows how to seize opportunities, and I think his coming to power is only a matter of time.

British politician Malcolm Rifkind, who previously held the position of Minister of Foreign Affairs and Defense, confirmed that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman threatens relations with the allies in the West, and that his treatment of Muhammad bin Nayef and Al-Jabri tests the patience of Saudi Arabia’s allies in the West .. What is your comment?

The institutions of the deep state in America did not like the exclusion of two men like Muhammad bin Nayef and Saad al-Jabri, but the Crown Prince and his team rely on their relationship with Trump and Kushner, which is a strong and solid relationship as shown by the positions.

What is the most damaging thing to the kingdom’s image?

The assassination of Khashoggi, the arrest of senior princes, the arrest of capitalists, the arrest of women activists, and the arrest of societal elites.

How do you see the repercussions of the American presidential elections on Saudi Arabia? And if Trump wins those elections, will bin Salman ascend the king easily?

The connection is close, for the advent of the Democrats and the victory of their candidate, Joe Biden, may mix the papers of the ruling establishment, and it is possible that Saad al-Jabri at that time will play his expected role with the deep American institutions to rearrange the ruling house, but in the event that Trump wins, the road for Prince Mohammed bin Salman will be paved and easier.

What are the dimensions of the disputes within the royal family? What is the size of Mohammed bin Salman’s control over the reins of affairs?

Prince Muhammad bin Salman controlled most of the hard power inside the country, as those responsible for these bodies and institutions are his loyalists, and he periodically performs replacement operations for anyone who has a relationship with the old state, but matters are completely settled that no one can interrupt. It is possible that something outside of expectations or surprises will occur in the coming period.

Can Bin Salman change his strategy and policies and start implementing real reforms in the coming period?

The opportunity before him is still great, and the people will rally around him if he decides to do so, and he will rule for the rest of his years in the presence of popular support, but I do not think he does so, as long as Mohammed bin Zayed is close to him and controls Saudi Arabia’s decision.

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