Saudi Crown Prince holds talks in NY

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Saudi Crown Prince holds talks in NY

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman met with a number of Jewish leaders on Wednesday in New York, Bloomberg reported.

Leaders of a handful of Jewish establishment groups met with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince in NY this week, the Jerusalem Post reports.

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He added that successive Saudi governments had lost track of that effort, saying "we have to get it all back." He added that funding now comes mostly from Saudi based "foundations", rather than from the government.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is heading, on Firiday, to the U.S. city of Seattle, Washington State's largest city, often called the Emerald City, and home to a huge tech industry. They termed themselves as "Salafi" and others as "Sufi". "Without extremism no one can become a terrorist".

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The prince's schedule, for example, also includes meetings with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Apple CEO Tim Cook, and he reportedly already met with Microsoft founder Bill Gates.

"Saudi Arabia was not like this before '79".

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"I believe Islam is sensible, Islam is simple, and people are trying to hijack it", he told the Washington Post. Earlier this month, bin Salman was at the White House for a meeting with US President Donald Trump. "The options are between bad and worse", he said. However, the Saudi Embassy later agreed to let the Washington Post publish specific portions of the meeting.

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