Jews have right to their 'own' land, says Saudi

Jews have right to their 'own' land, says Saudi

Jews have right to their 'own' land, says Saudi

"But we have to have a peace agreement to assure the stability for everyone and to have normal relations", he added.

Riyadh has sponsored an initiative supporting a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict since 2002, but Salman is the first senior official to explicitly acknowledge Israel's right to any territory in the region.

MBS also said that while Saudi Arabia has "religious concerns" about the holy mosque in Jerusalem and the rights of Palestinians, it has no objection "against any other people".

'This is what we have.

"President Abbas expressed his gratitude and appreciation. for his supportive positions of the Palestinian people, the Palestinian cause and the cause of Jerusalem and its sacred sites", said a statement published by the official Palestinian WAFA news agency. The Crown Prince recently likened Iran's Ayatollah to Adolph Hitler, and Iranian leaders have said that they want to wipe Israel off the map. However, he also made a freakish comparison between Hitler and Iran's leader. He described the Iranian leadership as worse than Hitler. "Hitler tried to conquer Europe", said bin Salman.

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The details of Kushner's peace plan have yet to be released, but it is widely believed that they are being coordinated with Mohammed to try to get buy-in from the wider Arab world.

Saudi Arabia has traditionally been a place that has produced a lot of anti-Semitic propaganda.

Under Mohammed, who previous year consolidated his power in Saudi Arabia, longstanding secret ties with Israel have become more open; Saudi Arabia recently allowed flights launched in Israel by non-Israel carriers to travel through Saudi airspace. For Saudi Arabia, there is a 0.1 percent chance that this deal would work to change the country.

When asked about the kingdom's decision to attack Yemen, the prince claimed it was a "matter of National security".

He was released last month after agreeing to pay back the government $1 billion.

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The prince has been looking to open up new forms of industry such as entertainment, instead of relying on the kingdom's main moneymaker - oil.

This year women will also be allowed to attend sporting matches in national stadiums, where they were previously banned.

"Yes, in Saudi Arabia it's clear that our laws are coming from Islam and the Quran, but we have the four schools-Hanbali, Hanafi, Shafi'i, Maliki-and they argue about interpretation". John Travolta also visited the Kingdom, meeting with fans and talking to them about the United States film industry.

Asked about the differences in how former U.S. president Barack Obama and his successor, Donald Trump, chose to deal with the Iranian threat, Salman said that although the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran aimed to curb the Islamic Republic's fanaticism, it included risks his country could not afford to take.

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