The Middle East Monitor or the MEM reported this morning that Prince Mohammed Bin Salman threw a few curse words at President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi of Egypt.
“How credible is the recent leak regarding curses and offensive language used by Bin Salman against Egypt and its president in one of the prince’s closed meetings?” the magazine asked.
Project Syndicate News Media today reported that this might just be a time for a positive movement to ending Violence in the Middle East, Religious Violence. The Internet news media reported that this type of radical, religious civil war has been going on since the Arabian Spring revolts started around 2010.
“Large-scale violence like that occurring in the Middle East causes devastating harm to individuals, erodes the capital base, hampers productivity, and undermines economic growth” says MOHA ENNAJI.
The UK foreign secretary was reported by Middle East Eye as saying “There are not enough big characters, big people, men or women, who are willing to reach out beyond their Sunni or Shia or whatever group to the other side and bring people together and to develop a national story again. That is what’s lacking. And that’s the tragedy.”
It would seem that Saudi Arabia are being accused of regarding this ongoing civil war withing Syrian borders as nothing more then some sore of contest between Sunni-led opposition & Iranian Shia-led militia.
In latest comments reported on Thursday by Guardian News, the prime minister’s spokes person said that “Theresa May had full confidence in the foreign secretary” but that “his views were very much his own”.