Alsumaria News / Baghdad , 
reported the Daily Mail British, that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , quoted Prince Alwaleed bin Talal of his prison at the "Ritz - Carlton" hotel to the other. 

The Saudi newspaper reported that the Saudi billionaire was transferred to Al-Ha'ir prison. He said that his chances of trial or negotiation of a safe exit after the decision were reduced. "The kingdom made this move after the prince, the richest in the country, failed to pay £ 728 million," she said.

Saudi Arabia's Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was detained in early November as part of an anti-corruption crackdown on some 200 Emir and state officials. 

Ha'ir prison, is considered the largest Saudi prisons and the most heavily guarded, which is subject to security tightly controlled, and is located 40 km south of the capital Riyadh , also ranked, according to international reports, that of the most dangerous prisons in the Middle East is among the most dangerous 10 prisons in the world, according to Reports Most of his prisoners are convicted in terrorism cases, including those who carried out attacks on al-Qaeda inside Saudi Arabia and convicted of "Daash" organization. 

A month ago, it reported the newspaper " Financial Times " British, that the Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal , the settlement put forward by the Saudi authorities ignored, according to the newspaper quoted sources described as "familiar with the investigations of corruption cases", conducted by the authorities in the Kingdom.

The Saudi government aims to raise $ 100 billion through a settlement with princes, equal to the size of the kingdom's debt, but sources familiar with the progress of the investigations learned that Prince Alwaleed bin Talal ignored the settlement and intends to face his fate in legal proceedings and defend himself against charges against him , And even commissioned lawyers for that task. 

The arrest of prominent businessman Prince Alwaleed bin Talal on charges of corruption in Saudi Arabia has sparked widespread reactions in the financial and business markets, as the billionaire prince has widespread economic influence.