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    The New York Times: Fears of a coup and counter-house arrest of princes in Saudi Arabia!

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     The New York Times: Fears of a coup and counter-house arrest of princes in Saudi Arabia! Empty The New York Times: Fears of a coup and counter-house arrest of princes in Saudi Arabia!

    Post by Rocky Thu 29 Jun 2017, 6:00 am


    The New York Times: Fears of a coup and counter-house arrest of princes in Saudi Arabia!


    29/06/2017


    The New York Times reported that Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, who was deposed from the crown prince under house arrest in his palace in Jeddah, and that he was prevented from traveling outside Saudi Arabia.
    The newspaper said it had obtained information from four Saudi officials and Americans close to the ruling family.
    According to the New York Times, the sources of the restrictions imposed on the man who until last week, the closest to the throne after King Salman goal is to limit any potential opposition to the new Crown Prince Mohammed Salman, the son of King may lead to a coup d'etat counter.

    The newspaper pointed out the great respect enjoyed by bin Nayef in Washington because of "his contributions to the war on al-Qaeda and terrorism," according to the newspaper. She stressed that the restrictions on Prince Nayef indicate fears of objections from the House of Saud princes resent the change and the emergence of Ibn Nayef will exacerbate the feelings of public discontent have.

    A US official told the New York Times that Prince Mohammed bin Salman does not want any opposition to his office and does not want any back action by the princes Almstan within the ruling family. He added that he wants to reach the throne without opposition.

    The US official said the United States was in contact with the Saudi Interior Ministry, but has not officially connected to Prince Mohammed bin Nayef and confirmed that Washington was closely monitoring the situation.

    The newspaper stressed that many of the anti-terrorism officials, intelligence officials and American veterans who have strong ties with him were angry because of the isolated but they did not speak publicly after the son Salman got the support of Trump and his administration and his brother-Jared Kushner.

    The New York Times reported that it was also imposed restrictions on the daughters of Mohammed bin Nayef, according to a former US official who maintains ties with the Saudi royal family. The former official said that he had a married daughter and her husband and their child left Saudi Arabia while she had to stay.

    He said a Saudi close to the royal family said the new restrictions were imposed almost immediately after the upgrade Mohammed bin Salman, according to the newspaper.

    The newspaper pointed out that after the royal decisions Mohammed bin Nayef, returned to his palace in Jeddah to find intense guard around him has been replaced by his guards to guard loyal Mohammed bin Salman, and has since been prevented from leaving the palace.

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