Saudi anti corruption storm 1st anniversary: crown prince or release more royal family members

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 Saudi anti corruption storm 1st anniversary: crown prince or release more royal family members


Khalidbin Talal, a member of the Saudi Royal family, was released on Friday (2) after 10 months in custody, the Wall Street Journal reported on its website on November 3.

Khaled was arrested in January this year for criticizing last years anti-corruption storm. In that arrest, al-Waleedbin Talal, a seven-year-old brother and Middle East richest man known as the Prince of Liberty, was the most concerned prisoner. After three months in captivity, Walid was eventually released, but his whereabouts remained under surveillance. Unofficially confirmed sources said he paid a ransom of $6 billion.

Khaleds release is quite symbolic because he was arrested for opposing the crown prince. A member of the Saudi royal family who knows the situation told the Wall Street Journal that the Saudi leadership wants to show a change-minded attitude and take measures.

Later on November 2, Walids daughter posted photos on Twitter showing her uncle, Harold, accompanied by Walid, visiting her son in hospital, who had been unconscious for more than a decade. Another picture showed him happily embracing three girls. Thank God for your safety. The twitter wrote.

Saudi officials have not yet commented on Khaleds release. The Washington Post quoted three members of the Saudi royal family and a source as saying Saudi Arabia was considering releasing several other detained members of the royal family and businessmen, including Turkibin Abdullah, Abdulazizbin Fahd and billionaires, in the coming days. Mohamed Hussein Amudi (MohammedHusseinAl-Amoudi) et al.

According to the report, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed, who is deeply in the whirlpool of public opinion, is trying to reach compromise and reconciliation with his family in order to gain the support of his uncles and cousins at this critical moment.

At present, Saudi Arabias rulers are at a time known as the most serious diplomatic crisis since September 11. On October 2, Saudi dissident journalist Kashuji, who exiled himself to the United States, was murdered at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed, who was accused of being behind the scenes, was under tremendous public pressure. Many of Prince Mohammeds cronies have been dismissed and jailed, but the international communitys call for the prince himself should be responsible has not diminished. At the end of October, Prince Ahmed, who had been in London for a year and was believed to have not voted for Mohammeds crown prince, returned to Saudi Arabia with British and American security guarantees. Prince Ahmed, who is over the age of ten, is the eldest son of the most powerful Seven Brothers of Sudrid in the royal family of Saudi Arabia. He is also the only father and mother and brother of King Salman of Saudi Arabia. In September, Prince Ahmed spoke publicly with the protestors at the door of his London residence, saying that Salman and his son, not the entire Saudi Royal family, were responsible for the Yemeni war, which lasted for more than three years and caused serious humanitarian disasters. This statement has been accompanied by the pledge of allegiance by many Saudi government opponents on the Internet. The source of this article: surging news editor: Wang Zheng _NN7526

At present, Saudi Arabias rulers are at a time known as the most serious diplomatic crisis since September 11. On October 2, Saudi dissident journalist Kashuji, who exiled himself to the United States, was murdered at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed, who was accused of being behind the scenes, was under tremendous public pressure. Many of Prince Mohammeds cronies have been dismissed and jailed, but the international communitys call for the prince himself should be responsible has not diminished.

At the end of October, Prince Ahmed, who had been in London for a year and was believed to have not voted for Mohammeds crown prince, returned to Saudi Arabia with British and American security guarantees. Prince Ahmed, who is over the age of ten, is the eldest son of the most powerful Seven Brothers of Sudrid in the royal family of Saudi Arabia. He is also the only father and mother and brother of King Salman of Saudi Arabia. In September, Prince Ahmed spoke publicly with the protestors at the door of his London residence, saying that Salman and his son, not the entire Saudi Royal family, were responsible for the Yemeni war, which lasted for more than three years and caused serious humanitarian disasters. This statement has been accompanied by the pledge of allegiance by many Saudi government opponents on the Internet.