DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) – A prominent Saudi prince on Sunday strongly criticized Israel at a Bahrain security summit, which was remotely attended by the Israeli foreign minister, in which someone between Arab states and Israel Also other deal was challenged, in which one was not independent. Palestinian State.
The fiery remarks made by Prince Turk al-Faisal in the Manama Dialogue, particularly the Israeli Foreign Minister, appeared to be following the agreement to receive a warm welcome from authorities in Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.
However, those deals are a decades-old conflict between the Left, Israelis and Palestinians. The Palestinians stabbed those treaties in the backs of their fellow Arabs and betrayed them.
Prince Turk contrasted with what he described as Israel’s “peace-loving nuisances of high moral principles” as the far-fetched Palestinian reality of living under “Western colonizing” power Described.
Israel has said that “(Palestinians) are in concentration camps – young and old, women and men, who are roaming there without being recruited for justice, under the pretext of security camps,” Prince Turkey said. “They demolish the houses they want and they kill whoever they want.”
The prince criticized Israel’s nuclear weapons and the Israeli governments ‘undeclared arsenal to “curb Saudi Arabia’s political ministers and other countries’ media outlets to discredit and discredit it.”
The prince reiterated the state’s official position that the solution lies in implementing the Arab Peace Initiative, a 2002 Saudi-sponsored deal that would give Israel full relations with all Arab states in return for Palestinian statehood on Israeli territory in 1967 is.
He said: “You cannot treat an open wound with pain and painkillers”
Israeli Foreign Minister Gabby Ashkenazi, who spoke shortly after Prince Turkey, said: “I would like to regret the Saudi representative’s comments.”
“I don’t believe they reflect the sentiment and change happening in the Middle East,” he said.
Despite the confrontation between Prince Turk and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s confidant during the summit, and the subsequent back-and-forth, some state-backed efforts to promote outreach with Jewish groups, many people in Saudi Arabia have been accused of Israel. Widespread protests continued. Israeli supporters.
Meanwhile, Ashkenazi reiterated Israel’s position that it blames Palestinians for not reaching a peace settlement.
“We have a choice with the Palestinians as to whether to resolve it, or to go into this flawed game,” said Ashkenazi, an ally of Netanyahu’s main rival, Benny Gantz.
Doyard Gold, a Netanyahu confidant and former UN ambassador in the audience, said Prince Faisal’s remarks were “accusations of the past – many of which are false.” Prince later used Gould’s previous television appearances to “discredit the kingdom and describe the vilest”.
Prince said, “I think Mr. Dore Gould should be the last to talk about previous beliefs and positions.”
Prince Turkey led Saudi intelligence for more than 20 years and served as ambassador to the US and the United Kingdom. Although he no longer holds an official position, his stance is seen as close to that of King Salman.. However, the king’s outspoken son, 35-year-old Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, is more willing to remain quietly with Israel to counter the usual rival, Iran, and to promote foreign investment into the empire..
Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Abdullatif al-Zayani also sought to smooth over differences in his remarks, on the stage for tense exchanges. Nevertheless, he emphasized the importance of a resolution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict based on a two-state solution as envisaged by the Arab Peace Initiative.
“The road to peace is not an easy ride. There will be a lot of obstacles on the way, ”he said. He said, “There will be ups and downs. But the basis of that path, the road to peace, is the Israeli-Palestinian issue. “
In an explicit reference to Iran, al-Zayani said that a resolution of the conflict would also remove the excuse to justify some threats to regional security.