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SAUDI CROWN PRINCE MOHAMMAD BIN SALMAN SAID "I AM NOT GANDHI OR MANDELA"
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has reveal his personal wealth details in a TV interview in United States, he said "I am a rich person not a poor person," he added "I am not Gandhi or Mandela". Trending : New Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia
According to Prince Mohammed bin Salman, His 51% of personal income is spent on charity and other people. He said it was "true" the form of Islam practiced after 1979 was harsh and intolerant, following a wave of conservatism that followed a takeover of the Grand Mosque in Makkah by armed extremists. Most Viewed : No Royal or Minister is above law in Saudi Arabia
- He said "my generation, suffered from this a great deal", "We were victims", "This is not the real Saudi Arabia". I ask your viewers to take out their smartphones and search for Saudi Arabia in 70s and 60s, They will see the real Saudi Arabia in pictures.
- Before 1979, Saudi people were living a normal life like the rest of the Gulf countries. Women were driving cars, there were movie theaters, women worked everywhere. We were normal like any other country until the events of 1979. Recommend : A city with roaming robots in Saudi Arabia
- The laws are very clear and stipulated in the laws of Sharia, That women wear decent and respectful dress like men, However it does not particularly specify to wear a black abaya or black head cover. The decision is completely left for women to decide what type of decent and respectful clothes to wear.
- Women are absolutely equal to men, We are all human beings and there is no difference in us said Prince Mohammed bin Salman the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. Similar : Saudi Arabia is issuing licenses to cinema theaters