BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:15 A.M.) – At least eleven princes and prominent figures were arrested inside Saudi Arabia this weekend, Al-Arabiya News Agency reported.

According to the state owned news agency, the princes and prominent figures were arrested in the latest corruption probe by the Saudi regime.

The following princes and prominent figures were among those arrested:

  • Prince Waleed bin Talal
  • Prince Mitaab bin ‘Abdullah
  • Prince Turki bin ‘Abdullah
  • Prince Turki bin Nasser
  • Waleed Ibrahim (owner of MBC Media)
  • Khaled Al-Tuwairji (former president of royal court)
  • ‘Adel Faqih (former labor minister)
  • Saleh ‘Abdullah Kamel (owner of DBHC Group)
  • Mohammad Al-Tobaishi (former head of protocol court)
  • Ibrahim Al-Assaf (state minister)
  • Bakr bin Laden (Owner of Bin Laden Group
  • Sa’ud Al-Dawish (former chief executive of Saudi Telecom)
  • Khaled Al-Milhem (former director general of Saudi Airlines)
  • ‘Amr Al-Dabbagh (former governor of Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority)
  • ‘Abdullah Al-Sultan (commander of Saudi Navy)
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Syria Forever
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That gets interesting, isn’t it? But to be fair, the whole “House of Saud” has to end up behind bars. Could be, the rumors the Khazarian cabal is getting in trouble might be true? Lets wait and see. When the Rothschilds and their entourage are in prison I start to believe those rumors. But gosh… that would be fun! From F(M)erkel till Macaroni, from Don Trump till …. not allowed to say… However. Those creatures are making the rules, creating “law” to their needs. I doubt there is much folks can do, except, of course, folks make their own rules… Read more »
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Terrorists arrest terrorists. good to hear.

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Then interesting point is missing in this article: With whom do they side? The free world (Russia etc.) or the Anglozionists? Turns out, e.g., Prince Waleed bin Talal was supporting the Clinton foundation not long ago. So, I presume they are from the evil side and KSA will soon take more decisive moves towards Russia/China, e.g., the petro Yuan/Ruble, which will isolate the USA even more as they are already.

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Those gang of criminals will side as every thug does, with those one the thug gets most out of it, or in the case of the “House of Saud”.. stay in power.
Best thing for the world would be those criminals get the judgement those creatures like to give to others. Dead.

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