August 10, 2022

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The Brotherhood played a major role in creating terrorism

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Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman confirmed that the Brotherhood had played a major and major role in creating terrorism, and pointed out that Israel could be tackled as a potential ally after resolving its issue with the Palestinians.

Prince Mohammed bin Salman said in an interview with the American Atlantic magazine yesterday that Al Arabia.net News: When you talk to the Brotherhood, they do not look like extremists, but they are leading you to extremism.

Strong element

He continued: “For example: Osama bin Laden and al-Zawahiri belong to the Brotherhood, the ISIS leader fraternity, so the Brotherhood has been a means and a powerful element in creating extremism in recent decades, but the point is that it is not limited to the Brotherhood, but a mixture of things, and events, from the Islamic world. Not only that.

Solving problems

As for Israel, the Saudi Crown Prince said the kingdom sees it as a “potential ally” but that it must resolve its problems with the Palestinians.

“We hope the issue between the Israelis and the Palestinians will be resolved,” he added. We do not see Israel as an enemy, but rather a potential ally in the many interests we can pursue together, but some issues must be resolved before it can be achieved.

No stress

Prince Mohammed bin Salman, on the other hand, insisted that external pressures would not affect the kingdom, and that since this matter was about Saudi Arabia, no one had the right to interfere in the internal affairs of the kingdom. He pointed out that the United States has a historic relationship with many interests and that the goal of the Kingdom is to preserve and strengthen it.

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In addition, Prince Mohammed bin Salman clarified that applying pressure has not worked throughout history and that it does not work, which means that people follow their own way of thinking.

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