The former Saudi intelligence chief reveals the secrets of storming the Kingdom’s embassies in Sudan and France


Former intelligence chief revealed in Saudi Arabia, Prince Turki Al-FaisalBehind the scenes of an accident The Kingdom’s embassies in Sudan and France stormed In 1973.

Al-Faisal said, in statements he made to the program “The Middle Line”, broadcast on the channel “mbc”, ” In 1973, the Kingdom’s embassy was celebrating Sudan With National day In the presence of a number of diplomats, before Palestinian organizations stormed the embassy and detained some of those present. “

He added that “those organizations had some demands from them to obtain funds, in addition to publishing a statement on behalf of the Kingdom to support these groups.”

Al-Faisal continued, saying, “The intruders of the embassy killed the American ambassador and charge d’affaires of the Belgian embassy, ​​before they surrendered and then released them from Sudan through bargaining with these groups.”

Turki Al-Faisal, who narrated the events of the storming of the Saudi embassy in Paris, said: In the same year, a group of the Palestinian Abu Nidal group stormed the Kingdom’s embassy in Paris, and took a group of hostages to demand the release of Muhammad Dawoud, the detainee in Jordan.

He explained that “Saudi Arabia received from several parties information about the incident, as there were several Palestinian organizations with different agendas, and among them was Abu Nidal, who defected from the Fatah organization and used these means to highlight his capabilities and confirm the ambition that he had.”

He pointed out that “the kingdom was an enemy in the eyes of these organizations and had a distinct relationship with the United States and what was then called the western countries, where those organizations wanted, through those methods, to undermine the position of Saudi Arabia, Islam,” denying that the kingdom received information indicating the involvement of Iraqi President Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr, adding that “Iraq was one of the countries supporting many of these organizations through its ideological and Baathist approach.”


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