Away from the “silly” questions and “banana republics”: decisive Saudi answers

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Among the funniest things that were circulated today, Thursday, January 23, 2020 AD, a small video clip for the Minister of Energy, Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, responding to a journalist, Lahouh, who asked him a “wrong” question in the “Davos 2020” forum, and because the place is wrong and the question is wrong, the Prince did not hesitate to emphasize The journalist asked, “Am I stupid ?!” The Prince simply told him: “Yes.” The question was “The wrong minister and the wrong place and the wrong topic.” Events have proven that Saudi officials do not hesitate to respond, but not of what is “ridiculous”, of course.

Saudi Arabia has, at least a decade ago – and perhaps since its foundation – been used to be the target of many global bodies for different goals, and despite the knowledge of these goals or even the unfavorable transformations of the sober from these sides, Saudi officials speak with absolute confidence in numbers and facts and also understand and smile at those accusations that It is often based on false rumors or mental images and more than that it is contrived as it branches into its interior to what looks like blackmail that knows its destiny is ignored, but there seems to be no harm in trying.

Two days ago, specifically on January 21, the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir stressed, during his speech before the Committee on Foreign Relations of the European Parliament, that Saudi Arabia is a sovereign country, and will not accept lectures from anyone, and in a strict tone directing his talk to the Committee on Foreign Relations in the European Parliament and its platform : “We do not accept that you lecture on us, and your information about Saudi Arabia is based on rumors … Stop criticizing our judiciary, we are not a country of banana republics,” which is a well-known and well-meaning term.

Very clear

The Saudi minister did not hesitate, and frankly, to respond to the usual questions about what some might think embarrassing, but the response was ready as it is on the ground. Saudi Arabia is the country of peace and the largest donor of aid in the world and we support all just humanitarian issues rejecting and will continue to reject anyone who funds terrorism or supports it, such as The small, small, and big countries are the source of evil in the world. And Qatar should change its behavior and support for terrorism, just as Iran is the world’s largest sponsor of terrorism.

Saudi Arabia also does not care what these parties are doing to ignore all their efforts for the good of the world. They ignore the fact that Saudi Arabia has provided $ 14 billion to develop Yemen, that it has received 300 missiles and 100 drones on Saudi soil from the Houthi militia and so on, and its lofty principles have not changed.

It is also not surprising that contradictions have continued. The European Union is a large, ancient and branching institution, and all its officials may not know each other! While the European Parliament or one of its Saudi committees will criticize for any reason, you may find at the same time an official from the European Union praising its efforts and being a “model of moderate Islam,” as Thomas Zdiechowski, deputy chairman of the European Parliament’s Committee for Labor and Social Affairs, said in Brussels in mid-December 2019. In his conversation with the head of the Saudi Human Rights Commission, Dr. Awwad Al-Awwad.

Silly questions and incorrect judgments

The absurd questions abound and have occurred with other media, media, and journalists with presidents, world leaders, and high-ranking officials, and with their absurdity they have received the appropriate ignorance, sarcasm, and others.

On a similar level, the European Union and its committees and related matters are not alone in prejudices or based on false aspects, even the large international organization gets from some of its affiliated institutions, and from officials affiliated with it, or the names of absurd statements and reports that avoid facts, but some of them Subject to multiple political and other interests.

This is in addition to what countries see as interference in their own affairs. The European Union, the European Commission and the European Parliament have precedents in this. For example, many of those still interested in mentioning the European Commission’s flaws in accusing the Kingdom and its proposal to include Saudi Arabia on its blacklist of countries that do not make sufficient efforts to combat money laundering and terrorist financing, Riyadh expressed regret, stressing that combating these crimes is a “strategic priority” for them in Early 2019, which Riyadh expressed its “regret” at the time, as it is based on “inaccurate information” and Saudi Arabia is a pioneer in combating terrorism and countering money laundering.

Blatant interference

And another example of the European Union’s diplomatic crisis with Algeria regarding its handling of an internal crisis, which the Algerian Foreign Ministry responded to, describing it as “blatant and blatant interference!” This was followed by the announcement by the Arab Parliament of its “categorical rejection” of the list approved by the European Parliament on the situation in Algeria, Describing it as a “blatant interference in Algeria’s internal affairs”.

Not far from that is the report of the European Parliament in which it talks about the human rights situation in Egypt in October 2019, which was totally rejected. Dr. Hafez Abu Saada, member of the National Council for Human Rights, commented on him that the report of the European Parliament on human rights in Egypt contains false and illogical information.

In light of the unjustified claims and judgments that are brought from it and from its committees and others, perhaps the European Parliament should focus more on a set of major challenges and predicaments in 2020 such as the “Brexit” and its implications by leaving it with the least possible losses, in addition to attempts to expand its scope to include new countries, refugee crises and immigration laws And the solution of the bomb is to return hundreds of ISIS terrorist fighters to the European countries of their descent.


Minister of Energy
Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman bin Abdulaziz
Davos Forum 2020
Minister of State for Foreign Affairs
Adel Al-Jubeir
European Parliament

Away from the “silly” questions and “banana republics”: decisive Saudi answers

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Among the funniest things that were circulated today, Thursday, January 23, 2020 AD, a small video clip for the Minister of Energy, Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, responding to a journalist, Lahouh, who asked him a “wrong” question in the “Davos 2020” forum, and because the place is wrong and the question is wrong, the Prince did not hesitate to emphasize The journalist asked, “Am I stupid ?!” The Prince simply told him: “Yes.” The question was “The wrong minister and the wrong place and the wrong topic.” Events have proven that Saudi officials do not hesitate to respond, but not of what is “ridiculous”, of course.

Saudi Arabia has, at least a decade ago – and perhaps since its foundation – been used to be the target of many global bodies for different goals, and despite the knowledge of these goals or even the unfavorable transformations of the sober from these sides, Saudi officials speak with absolute confidence in numbers and facts and also understand and smile at those accusations that It is often based on false rumors or mental images and more than that it is contrived as it branches into its interior to what looks like blackmail that knows its destiny is ignored, but there seems to be no harm in trying.

Two days ago, specifically on January 21, the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir stressed, during his speech before the Committee on Foreign Relations of the European Parliament, that Saudi Arabia is a sovereign country, and will not accept lectures from anyone, and in a strict tone directing his talk to the Committee on Foreign Relations in the European Parliament and its platform : “We do not accept that you lecture on us, and your information about Saudi Arabia is based on rumors … Stop criticizing our judiciary, we are not a country of banana republics,” which is a well-known and well-meaning term.

Very clear

The Saudi minister did not hesitate, and frankly, to respond to the usual questions about what some might think embarrassing, but the response was ready as it is on the ground. Saudi Arabia is the country of peace and the largest donor of aid in the world and we support all just humanitarian issues rejecting and will continue to reject anyone who funds terrorism or supports it, such as The small, small, and big countries are the source of evil in the world. And Qatar should change its behavior and support for terrorism, just as Iran is the world’s largest sponsor of terrorism.

Saudi Arabia also does not care what these parties are doing to ignore all their efforts for the good of the world. They ignore the fact that Saudi Arabia has provided $ 14 billion to develop Yemen, that it has received 300 missiles and 100 drones on Saudi soil from the Houthi militia and so on, and its lofty principles have not changed.

It is also not surprising that contradictions have continued. The European Union is a large, ancient and branching institution, and all its officials may not know each other! While the European Parliament or one of its Saudi committees will criticize for any reason, you may find at the same time an official from the European Union praising its efforts and being a “model of moderate Islam,” as Thomas Zdiechowski, deputy chairman of the European Parliament’s Committee for Labor and Social Affairs, said in Brussels in mid-December 2019. In his conversation with the head of the Saudi Human Rights Commission, Dr. Awwad Al-Awwad.

Silly questions and incorrect judgments

The absurd questions abound and have occurred with other media, media, and journalists with presidents, world leaders, and high-ranking officials, and with their absurdity they have received the appropriate ignorance, sarcasm, and others.

On a similar level, the European Union and its committees and related matters are not alone in prejudices or based on false aspects, even the large international organization gets from some of its affiliated institutions, and from officials affiliated with it, or the names of absurd statements and reports that avoid facts, but some of them Subject to multiple political and other interests.

This is in addition to what countries see as interference in their own affairs. The European Union, the European Commission and the European Parliament have precedents in this. For example, many of those still interested in mentioning the European Commission’s flaws in accusing the Kingdom and its proposal to include Saudi Arabia on its blacklist of countries that do not make sufficient efforts to combat money laundering and terrorist financing, Riyadh expressed regret, stressing that combating these crimes is a “strategic priority” for them in Early 2019, which Riyadh expressed its “regret” at the time, as it is based on “inaccurate information” and Saudi Arabia is a pioneer in combating terrorism and countering money laundering.

Blatant interference

And another example of the European Union’s diplomatic crisis with Algeria regarding its handling of an internal crisis, which the Algerian Foreign Ministry responded to, describing it as “blatant and blatant interference!” This was followed by the announcement by the Arab Parliament of its “categorical rejection” of the list approved by the European Parliament on the situation in Algeria, Describing it as a “blatant interference in Algeria’s internal affairs”.

Not far from that is the report of the European Parliament in which it talks about the human rights situation in Egypt in October 2019, which was totally rejected. Dr. Hafez Abu Saada, member of the National Council for Human Rights, commented on him that the report of the European Parliament on human rights in Egypt contains false and illogical information.

In light of the unjustified claims and judgments that are brought from it and from its committees and others, perhaps the European Parliament should focus more on a set of major challenges and predicaments in 2020 such as the “Brexit” and its implications by leaving it with the least possible losses, in addition to attempts to expand its scope to include new countries, refugee crises and immigration laws And the solution of the bomb is to return hundreds of ISIS terrorist fighters to the European countries of their descent.

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Among the funniest things that were circulated today, Thursday, January 23, 2020 AD, a small video clip for the Minister of Energy, Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, responding to a journalist, Lahouh, who asked him a “wrong” question in the “Davos 2020” forum, and because the place is wrong and the question is wrong, the Prince did not hesitate to emphasize The journalist asked, “Am I stupid ?!” The Prince simply told him: “Yes.” The question was “The wrong minister and the wrong place and the wrong topic.” Events have proven that Saudi officials do not hesitate to respond, but not of what is “ridiculous”, of course.

Saudi Arabia has, at least a decade ago – and perhaps since its foundation – been used to be the target of many global bodies for different goals, and despite the knowledge of these goals or even the unfavorable transformations of the sober from these sides, Saudi officials speak with absolute confidence in numbers and facts and also understand and smile at those accusations that It is often based on false rumors or mental images and more than that it is contrived as it branches into its interior to what looks like blackmail that knows its destiny is ignored, but there seems to be no harm in trying.

Two days ago, specifically on January 21, the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir stressed, during his speech before the Committee on Foreign Relations of the European Parliament, that Saudi Arabia is a sovereign country, and will not accept lectures from anyone, and in a strict tone directing his talk to the Committee on Foreign Relations in the European Parliament and its platform : “We do not accept that you lecture on us, and your information about Saudi Arabia is based on rumors … Stop criticizing our judiciary, we are not a country of banana republics,” which is a well-known and well-meaning term.

Very clear

The Saudi minister did not hesitate, and frankly, to respond to the usual questions about what some might think embarrassing, but the response was ready as it is on the ground. Saudi Arabia is the country of peace and the largest donor of aid in the world and we support all just humanitarian issues rejecting and will continue to reject anyone who funds terrorism or supports it, such as The small, small, and big countries are the source of evil in the world. And Qatar should change its behavior and support for terrorism, just as Iran is the world’s largest sponsor of terrorism.

Saudi Arabia also does not care what these parties are doing to ignore all their efforts for the good of the world. They ignore the fact that Saudi Arabia has provided $ 14 billion to develop Yemen, that it has received 300 missiles and 100 drones on Saudi soil from the Houthi militia and so on, and its lofty principles have not changed.

It is also not surprising that contradictions have continued. The European Union is a large, ancient and branching institution, and all its officials may not know each other! While the European Parliament or one of its Saudi committees will criticize for any reason, you may find at the same time an official from the European Union praising its efforts and being a “model of moderate Islam,” as Thomas Zdiechowski, deputy chairman of the European Parliament’s Committee for Labor and Social Affairs, said in Brussels in mid-December 2019. In his conversation with the head of the Saudi Human Rights Commission, Dr. Awwad Al-Awwad.

Silly questions and incorrect judgments

The absurd questions abound and have occurred with other media, media, and journalists with presidents, world leaders, and high-ranking officials, and with their absurdity they have received the appropriate ignorance, sarcasm, and others.

On a similar level, the European Union and its committees and related matters are not alone in prejudices or based on false aspects, even the large international organization gets from some of its affiliated institutions, and from officials affiliated with it, or the names of absurd statements and reports that avoid facts, but some of them Subject to multiple political and other interests.

This is in addition to what countries see as interference in their own affairs. The European Union, the European Commission and the European Parliament have precedents in this. For example, many of those still interested in mentioning the European Commission’s flaws in accusing the Kingdom and its proposal to include Saudi Arabia on its blacklist of countries that do not make sufficient efforts to combat money laundering and terrorist financing, Riyadh expressed regret, stressing that combating these crimes is a “strategic priority” for them in Early 2019, which Riyadh expressed its “regret” at the time, as it is based on “inaccurate information” and Saudi Arabia is a pioneer in combating terrorism and countering money laundering.

Blatant interference

And another example of the European Union’s diplomatic crisis with Algeria regarding its handling of an internal crisis, which the Algerian Foreign Ministry responded to, describing it as “blatant and blatant interference!” This was followed by the announcement by the Arab Parliament of its “categorical rejection” of the list approved by the European Parliament on the situation in Algeria, Describing it as a “blatant interference in Algeria’s internal affairs”.

Not far from that is the report of the European Parliament in which it talks about the human rights situation in Egypt in October 2019, which was totally rejected. Dr. Hafez Abu Saada, member of the National Council for Human Rights, commented on him that the report of the European Parliament on human rights in Egypt contains false and illogical information.

In light of the unjustified claims and judgments that are brought from it and from its committees and others, perhaps the European Parliament should focus more on a set of major challenges and predicaments in 2020 such as the “Brexit” and its implications by leaving it with the least possible losses, in addition to attempts to expand its scope to include new countries, refugee crises and immigration laws And the solution of the bomb is to return hundreds of ISIS terrorist fighters to the European countries of their descent.

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