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Power Struggle in Saudi Arabia: the Main Factor in the Mina AccidentSalem-News.com Foreign Affairs
The Saudi war in Yemen is intensifying the competition between two princes amid an air of hostility and conflict.
(SALEM, Ore.) - With the death of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and the arrival of his half-brother Salman as the new king, two princes who are fiercely competitive and unconventional assumed responsibility for the Saudi government.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdul Aziz is the first prince and interior minister. Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz, son of the King, is the second crown prince and defense minister.
Intense competition between the two princes related to the future of the people and the government of Saudi Arabia is the main source of strange happenings these days.
The Saudi-Yemen war led by Muhammad bin Salman, is intensifying the competition between these two princes amid an air of hostility and conflict.
According to sources close to the Saudi government, a secret investigation has been launched into the mistakes and errors of the Yemen War involving both Mohammed bin Nayef and Mohammed bin Salman.
Upon completion of the pilgrimage, Prince Mohammed bin Nayef was set to meet with the King of Saudi Arabia. It seems clear that the house of Salman will continue.
The call to remove Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef from power, is coming from many segments of Saudi Arabia, including princes, Saudi authorities. Similar thoughts are echoed in national and international public opinion.
Perceived weakness in government, particularly for the deadly events at the Hajj in Mina, the crane crash at the alharam Mosque, a recent hotel fire, accidents in Safa and Marwa, etc. can justify public opinion to abandon Mohammed bin Nayef and remove him from the government in Saudi Arabia.
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