Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince reportedly said Palestinians should accept peace or ‘shut up and stop complaining’
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Saudi’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman reportedly said in a closed-door meeting last month that Palestinians should accept peace negotiations or “shut up and stop complaining.” The Crown Prince offered harsh criticism of Palestine to leaders of several Jewish organizations and said Saudi Arabia has more “urgent and important” issues to deal with. Saudi Arabia has historically played a central role in Middle East peace talks, but recent comments point to the Kingdom growing tired of mediating between Palestine and Israel.
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman reportedly said in a closed-door meeting that Palestinians should accept peace negotiations or “shut up and stop complaining.”
According to Barak Ravid, a journalist for Israel’s Channel 10 News, the crown prince offered harsh criticism of Palestine when speaking with leaders of several Jewish organizations while in New York last month.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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