Mohammed bin Salman: Khamenei Hitler is new can not be tolerated[/size]
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Prince Mohammad said in an interview with veteran American journalist Thomas Friedman, published in The New York Times on Thursday, that the Supreme Leader of Iran is a new Hitler in the Middle East.
"We have learned a lesson from Europe that appeasement does not work, and we do not want Hitler to repeat Iran in the Middle East what happened in Europe."
According to Friedman, the general view of Prince Mohammed is that Saudi Arabia and its Arab allies are gradually building an alliance to counter Iran's expansion in the region, with the support of US President Donald Trump, whom the Emir described as "the right man at the right time."
Friedman said that his interlocutor avoided going into the "strange moves" of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, who after his return to Beirut returned to the resignation he had already announced from Riyadh, and only stressed that Hariri, a Sunni Muslim, would not continue to give political cover to a Lebanese government Mainly controlled by Hezbollah, which is under orders from Tehran.
Regarding the war in Yemen, Prince Mohammed insisted that events were in the interest of the Saudi-backed legitimate government, which controls 85 percent of the country's territory, the prince said.
"The most important thing is what Saudi Arabia is doing at home to build its strength and economy," said the Saudi crown prince, speaking of the need to confront Iran in the region.