Alwaght- The US is demanding that newly anointed Saudi Crown Prince must show absolute obedience to the Israeli regime for Washington to help him ascend to power as the king, a dissident Saudi prince has revealed.
Saudi Prince Khalid Bin Farhan al-Saud, who lives in Germany, has revealed what he says are the US conditions for helping Mohamed Bin Salman to become King of Saudi Arabia before his father’s death.
Writing on Twitter, Khalid said he obtained the information from an informed source within Saudi Arabia’s ruling family.
The alleged conditions include “absolute obedience to the US and Israel and carrying out whatever they ask him to do.” Three other conditions, claimed Khalid, are stated in return for helping Bin Salman take the throne before the death of his father: “Working to settle all Gaza residents in north Sinai as an alternative homeland and Saudi Arabia along with the UAE will afford the needed funds; getting rid of Hamas and whoever supports it; and getting Sanafir Island from Egypt.”
Bin Farhan said that the last condition would make the Gulf of Aqaba international waters instead of Egyptian territorial waters, which would facilitate Israeli regime's shipping to and from the port of Eilat. It would also help the Israeli regime to carry out a project planned to operate in parallel to the Suez Canal. A retainer of around $500 million is also involved, he claimed.
The prince said that this issue split the ruling family even before the death of King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz in 2015, as a wave of royal decrees ousted several officials from within the royal family and others.
Israeli regime upbeat about bin Salman
The assertions by the dissident Saudi prince came after Israeli regime's espionage minister called on Saudi Arabia's King Salman to invite Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Riyadh to establish full diplomatic relations. Speaking at the Herzliya conference on Thursday, Israeli regime's espionage minister Yisrael Katz asked King Salman to invite Netanyahu to Riyadh and to send newly appointed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Tel Aviv in return.
.Israeli regime's war minister Avigdor Lieberman, also called for "full diplomatic and economic relations" with Saudis at the conference
Israeli regime's communications Minister Ayoub Kara also on Wednesday pointed to Saudi Arabia’s naming of Mohammed Bin Salman as its new crown prince, saying he hoped the change would accelerate the kingdom’s rapprochement with the Tel Aviv regime.
“Salman’s appointment means more economic cooperation in the Middle East (West Asia), and not just regarding oil,” Kara said in a statement.
The Israeli regime has also been supportive of the Saudi-led blockade on Qatar Arabia. Tel Aviv has repeatedly called on Doha not to give asylum to key Palestinian resistance figures, including Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal and Azmi Bishara.
During a tour of the West Asia region last month, US President Donald Trump flew directly from Riyadh to Tel Aviv in a flight dubbed a “historic moment” in what was seen as a step towards bringing Israelis and Saudis closer.
Bin Salman backs ties with Israeli regime
Sources in Riyadh state that, Crown Prince Mohammed strongly believes Saudi Arabia should have a normal relationship with Israeli regime in the future. Analysts believe this unholy alliance is meant to, among other things, counter the Islamic Republic of Iran and the axis of resistance in the West Asia region.
Saudi Arabia, whose rulers brand themselves as custodians of the two holy Islamic sites in Mecca and Medina, is rushing to move from covert to open ties with the Israeli regime unmindful of its unprecedented war crimes, genocide, atrocities against Palestinians and occupation of Palestinian territories especially the third holiest Islamic site, the al-Aqsa Mosque.