Alwaght- Palestinian protester, in a rare move, burned on Friday photographs of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who has angered the Palestinians by his overtures towards the Israeli regime.
The Saudi king-in-waiting recently said the Israelis have the “right” to live peacefully on occupied Palestinian territories and have their “own homeland".
Saudi Arabia opened its air space for the first time to a commercial flight to Israeli regime last month.
In November, an Israeli cabinet member disclosed covert contacts with Saudi Arabia, a rare acknowledgment of long-rumoured secret dealings which Riyadh still denies.
Riyadh, which has widely been reported to be in clandestine ties with Tel Aviv, has largely been silent on the regime’s bloody crackdown on Palestinians. Israeli Forces has far killed at least 32 Palestinians since thousands of Palestinians in Gaza launched the "Great March of Return" on March 30.
The Return rallies culminate on May 15, the day Palestinians commemorate Nakba Day (Day of Catastrophe) when hundreds of thousands fled or were driven out of their homes in 1948 and Israel was created.