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Expiry date of bin Salman over for US

Service : Politic
Tehran, Nov 6, ICANA – An Iranian lawmaker said the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had an expiry date for US and its time is over for Washington.
Wednesday, November 07, 2018 9:12:00 AM

Talking to ICANA, Javad Karimi Qodosi a member of National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of Iran's Majlis (Parliament) said Washington believes that bin Salman is not serving the US’ interests anymore.

Referring to the possibility of the removal of bin Salman by Washington and London, he said the current regional developments, the interior problems of Saudi Arabia, the international crisis,etc have brought US to the point that Crown Prince does not serve the interests of Washington anymore.

He added the method of US and the hegemonic system is to support someone as much as they can and if that person does not serve their interests, they would quickly throw that person away.

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman could have his son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS), replaced to restore the credibility of the monarchy which has faced global rebuke following the brutal murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to Colonel Brian Lees, Britain's former defense attaché to the kingdom and the author of a famous book on the Saudi royal family.

The crown prince is believed to have been ordered the assassination of the dissident journalist in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey. The world has reacted angrily to the murder amid weeks of repeated denials from Saudi authorities that the kingdom had nothing to do with his disappearance.

Khashoggi – a US resident, The Washington Post columnist, and a leading critic of bin Salman -- entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2 to obtain a document certifying he had divorced his ex-wife, but he did not leave the building.

Saudi officials originally insisted that Khashoggi had left the diplomatic mission after his paperwork was finished, but they finally admitted several days later that he had in fact been killed inside the building during "an altercation."

According to PressTV, Saudi prosecutors said the murder was planned and suspects were being interrogated.

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