Saudi Arabia has slammed the US Senate for passing a resolution that accused its Crown Prince of ‘complicity’ in the Jamal Khashoggi murder, seeking to reinforce that the incident in no way reflects a statewide policy.
“Saudi Arabia deplores the recent position of the United States Senate, which was based on allegations and accusations that are unfounded and include blatant interference [in the kingdom’s domestic affairs],” a Foreign Ministry official said, according to the state news agency.
Source: RT
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Tall cool one
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I think that the Senate should condemn Iran for all those thousands of murders it commits annually in Iran and throughout the middle-east with it’s proxies. Only reason their is embargo against Iran is over it’s nuclear programs not because it is a terrorist state and it executes people at will. Where is the media? Where is the condemnation? Yet the Senate condemns Saudi Arabia for 1 murder. The facts are that every country has murderer’s a good portion of their governments has people killed. Now Saudi Arabia is a very important Ally not just because of their oil, they… Read more »

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and of course lets not forget the biggest mass murder of innocent people is the zionist settler state entity that you are a shill for

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Have you any idea of how people live in Saudi Arabia? Even Sunni men are treated like s**t, not just Shi’a, women, and Christians.