French arrest warrant out for Saudi crown prince's sister

French arrest warrant out for Saudi crown prince's sister

In November, the Crown Prince called Iran's leader "the new Hitler of the Middle East." .

Earlier on Thursday, the Saudi crown prince downplayed Iran's power, saying that Iran was far from being a rival to Saudi Arabia. Many countries around the world and in Europe did not realize how unsafe Hitler was until what happened, happened.

However, the 32-year-old Saudi Crown Prince has, in past months, emphasised closer ties with United States President Donald Trump just as France's leader, Emmanuel Macron, has in turn sought to improve relations with Iran, Saudi Arabia's rival for regional influence. I don't want to see the same events happening in the Middle East.

"He is a delusional naive person, who never talks, but with lies and bitterness, and has no idea of politics, but to use untimely strong words due to lack of foresight", he said, according to Press TV, an Iranian state-run news outlet.

Prince Mohammed's alleged move to put her under house arrest is considered an attempt to prevent her gaining the ear of King Salman.

The spokesman said Saudi Arabia is frightened by the Yemenis' resistance and added the Saudi regime spends its own people's money to entertain itself by purchasing "beautiful weapons".

Trump and his nominee to be the next US Secretary of State, current CIA Director Mike Pompeo, are vocal critics of the Iran nuclear deal, which essentially gave Tehran sanctions relief if it agreed to worldwide supervision of its nuclear program and ceased all efforts to develop nuclear weapons.

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To get the Saudi's business, Trump reportedly has been considering departing from past US policies of allowing USA nuclear corporations to sign deals only with countries that rule out acquiring technologies that have military applications.

Trump has repeatedly condemned the JCPOA, and his sacking Tuesday of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson removed one of the deal's main defenders within the administration.

"The best way to prevent the nuclearization of the Middle East is to either fully fix the Iranian deal or to fully nix it".

The Senate is next week slated to vote on a measure that would curtail USA involvement in Yemen's bloody civil war, where the Saudi-supported government is fighting Iranian-backed Huthi rebels.

He wrote that withdrawing U.S. support to the Saudi-led coalition would have knock-on effects resulting in deeper Iranian involvement in the war.

Saudi Arabia has been at loggerheads with revolutionary Shiite Iran for decades.