Recently, Saudi Arabia has gotten into a full blood war with bland boring Canada.
Prince Salmon is a reckless idiot who frustrates the illuminati NWO with his rash actions. The NWO can't keep him on a leash and he's damaging
their security weekly.
The conflict began when Canada sent out a tweet voicing support for human rights demonstrators in Saudi Arabia.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has displayed an iron fist toward critics as he amasses power, and he
erupted angrily after Canada's Foreign Ministry demanded Saudi Arabia "immediately release" some arrested human right activists, including Samar Badawi.
Human Rights Watch said Saudi Arabia arrested the women’s rights activists Samar Badawi and Nassima al-Sadah recently.
The arrests were the latest in a government crackdown on activists, clerics and journalists.
More than a dozen women’s rights activists have been targeted since May.
Samar Badawi is the sister of Raif Badawi, an outspoken human rights campaigner who was sentenced to 10 years in prison in 2014 on
charges of insulting Islam. His wife and children are naturalized Canadian citizens.
"Canada will always stand up for human rights in Canada and around the world, and women's rights are human rights,"
Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said on Monday.
The Saudi Foreign Ministry called her remarks "a major, unacceptable affront," "a violation of the Kingdom’s sovereignty"
and "a blatant interference in the Kingdom’s domestic affairs, against basic international norms and all international protocols,"
according to the SPA.
As response to the dispute, Prince Salmon has expelled the Canadian ambassador and suspended new trade and investment with Ottawa.
The Saudi foreign ministry has given Dennis Horak 24 hours to leave the country and recalled its own ambassador to Canada, saying that it retained “its rights to take further action”.
“The kingdom of Saudi Arabia ... will not accept interference in its internal affairs or imposed diktats from any country,” the ministry tweeted. “The Canadian position is an overt and blatant interference in the internal affairs of the Kingdom of #SaudiArabia and is in contravention of the most basic international norms and all the charters governing relations between states.”
Saudi Arabia’s main state wheat buying agency, the Saudi Grains Organization, has also told grains exporters it will no longer accept Canadian-origin grains in its international purchase tenders,
while the Saudi central bank instructed its asset managers overseas to dispose of Canadian equity, bonds and cash holdings, regardless of the cost, according to the Financial Times.
Saudi Arabia has also suspended flights to Toronto
and puts its educational exchange programs with Canada on hold.
Saudi state television later reported that the education ministry was coming up with an “urgent plan” to move
thousands of Saudi scholarship students out of Canadian schools to take classes in other countries.
16,000+ Saudi students are currently in Canada getting their degrees. Now Prince Salmon wants them to leave and
find another country to study in. Scholarships will also be rescinded.
In addition Saudi Arabia is stopping
the sending of Saudi patients to Canadian hospitals and plans to move those already there to another country.
During the dispute, a Saudi Arabia group threatened to 911 Canada.
Saudi Arabia's state media tweeted a graphic appearing to show an Air Canada airliner heading toward the Toronto skyline.
The graphic warned of "Sticking one's nose where it doesn't belong!" and included the text: "As the Arabic saying goes:
'He who interferes with what doesn't concern him finds what doesn't please him.'"
All of the 911 pilots where Saudi or UAE (a Saudi protectorate). Fifteen of the 19 September 11 hijackers were from Saudi Arabia,
and Osama bin Laden, the attacks' mastermind, was a Saudi citizen - a member of the same Saudi Royal Family Bin Salman is a member of.
Saudi Arabia carried out the 911 attack. Threatening to bomb
a building in Toronto the same way is not an idle threat.
“This message is obviously not just being sent to Ottawa,” said Giorgio Cafiero, the chief executive of Gulf State Analytics, a
Washington-based risk consultancy. “It’s a message to countries across Europe and across the rest of the world that criticism
of Saudi Arabia has consequences.”
Germany similarly has found itself targeted by the kingdom in recent months over comments by its officials on the Saudi-led war in
Yemen, while in 2015, Saudi Arabia recalled its ambassador to Sweden and stopped issuing work visas for Swedes after the country’s
foreign affairs minister criticised a court decision concerning Raif Badawi.
"Any other attempt to interfere with our internal affairs from Canada, means that we are allowed to interfere in Canada's internal affairs," a Saudi statement read.
Soon after, a surge of Saudi Twitter accounts began expressing concerns over Canada’s treatment of indigenous peoples and support for Quebec’s
independence movement, as first reported by Buzzfeed.
Others noted the striking similarity in the language being used in the tweets.
Saudi Arabia has long stood accused of funding radical Muslim Imams around the world and spreading a violent ideology called Wahhabism.
This is the same ideology that drives Al Queda and other radical muslim terrorists.
Arabia just bombed a busload of children in Yemen - the poorest country in the Middle East -
killing dozens of innocent children under 10 years old.
At least 29 children were among dozens of civilians killed by a US-backed Saudi-led coalition airstrike that hit a bus in Yemen’s Houthi rebel-held north.
The attack was the latest coalition bombing raid to hit civilians; previous airstrikes have hit markets, schools and hospitals.
Humanitarian workers on the ground said it must shake the world’s conscience about atrocities committed continuing during Yemen’s stalemated, three-year war
with Saudi Arabia.
Save the Children, quoting its staff on the ground, said that at the time of the attack the children were on a bus heading back to school from a picnic.
The IRC’s Yemen country director, Frank McManus, said: “Today should be the day the world wakes up to the atrocities going on in Yemen … a bus full of school children
cannot be viewed as mere collateral damage. Even wars have rules, but rules without consequences mean nothing.
If there is any chance of innocent lives, especially those of children, being lost in an attack, that attack should not take place.”
Unicef’s regional director in the Middle East and North Africa, Geert Cappelaere, asked: “Does the world really
need more innocent children’s lives to stop the cruel war on children in Yemen?”
The coalition has been criticised for repeatedly targeting civilian areas, including markets and hospitals, during the conflict, which has claimed more than 10,000 lives and left millions of people on the brink of starvation.
It carried out 258 airstrikes on Yemen in June alone, nearly a third of which hit residential areas, according to the Yemen Data Project, an independent group collecting data about the conflict.
UN envoy confirms first Yemen peace talks in two years
The situation in Yemen has been described as the world’s greatest humanitarian crisis. Between January and May, aid agencies helped 7.5 million people, the OCHA said this month.
Why are we allowing US backed airstrikes to murder innocent children???? Why are we allowing them to murder children with American weapons???
It is time to realize the Saudis are not our friends
and never have been. Saudi Arabia stands against everything that America stands for. We should start pushing back on idiot Prince Salmon
or he'll end up starting WWIII in the Middle East.