Saudi State Terrorism and Hidden crimes behind the scenes of Ibn Salman
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Saudi State Terrorism and Hidden crimes behind the scenes of Ibn Salman

State terrorism refers to acts of terrorism carried out by a State against its own people or foreign targets, as can be referred to as a description of the prevalence of acts of violence by a State against its own people. In this context, many reports have defined state terrorism in general as the systematic use of violence to create a general climate of fear among a number of the population, thereby achieving a particular political objective. These reports add that institutional terrorism, often called state or state-sponsored terrorism, which Refers to action by governments against citizens of that government who are against these factions within the government, or against foreign groups or governments. Examples of Saudi state terrorism: (A) Detention of citizens without trial In recent years, Saudi Arabia has launched a massive assault on all those who do not accept the policies of the Crown Prince and a number of Saudi human rights, media and religious activists have been arrested, including Sheikh Salman al-Awda, Misfer al-Hawali, Ali al-Amiri, and Mohammed Musa al-Sharif, "Ali Omar Badahdah", "Adel Banama" and "Idris Abkar", "Khalid Al-Ajmi" and "Abdul Mohsen Al-Ahmad." B) Assassination and kidnapping of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and other political opponents The assassination of Saudi opposition journalist Jamal Khashoggi at his country's consulate in Turkey is yet another sign of al-Saud's terrorism against opponents of their policies. And that crime sparked international outrage against Mohammed bin Salman. Saudi Arabia has not only committed these crimes, but is also trying to kidnap its citizens opposed to it and residents in the West and drag them to Saudi Arabia. (C) Arrest or assassinate of princes that criticise the use of al-Qaida Saudi state terrorism is not confined to ordinary citizens, but also includes princes that critices the Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Over the past three years, three Saudi princes living in Europe have been arrested and have been critical of Saudi policies. They were abducted or secretly transferred to Saudi Arabia. However, there are still no clear news about them and those Saudi princes, "Sultan bin Turki bin Abdul Aziz" and "Turki Bin Bandar Al-Saud" and "Saud bin Saif Al-Nasr." D) Forming terrorist groups in the Middle East and Africa Terrorist groups desperately need funding, logistical support, and of course political support to achieve their goals. Basically, a terrorist group cannot survive without the support of the intelligence services of any country. Despite official denials, Saudi Arabia has in recent decades provided much financial support to terrorist groups in order to exploit them to carry out terrorist acts in line with its foreign policy and interests. E) Carrying out many terrorist acts and crimes in the Yemen war Saudi Arabia's actions in the Yemen war are the most heinous terrorist crimes in the world and have caused the greatest humanitarian catastrophe of our current century. Since the beginning of the war against the Yemeni people, the Saudi aggression coalition has besieged the country's water, air and land corridors and bombed residential areas and military posts, killing and injuring thousands of civilians, especially innocent children. F) Repression of Shiites living in Saudi Arabia Since 1933, when most of the Arabian Peninsula came under the control of the Al-Saud family, Shiite regions have experienced repression, discrimination and inequality by the Saudi central government solely because of their religion and beliefs. For this reason, over the past decades, Shiites have protested against their economic, political and social status and the functioning of the regime, and have repeatedly expressed their protest in various forms. But the Saudi government's response to all these legitimate demands was a policy of iron fist, imprisonment, repression, and execution of demonstrators. G) Management of the September 11 terrorist incident in line with its interests in the region If we ignore the role of the US government in managing the 9/11 terrorist incident, it can be said that all the terrorists who participated in many recent global events since 9/11 were either Saudi citizens or were raised and educated in schools funded by the Saudi government. This was evident in a recent report by the US Congress on Saudi involvement in the 9/11 terrorist incident.  "Mohammed bin Salman's" Motives to use the state terrorism Many analysts believe that the actions of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman stemmed from his fears of losing his crown prince in the country because he arrived at the post very quickly and was once an ordinary prince within the Saudi royal family. It is noteworthy that the current King of Saudi Arabia, "Salman bin Abdul Aziz", paved the way for him to take over the reins in Saudi Arabia by defeating his potential rivals, and American sources indicate that the Saudi monarch's decision to hand over Saudi intelligence to Mohammed bin Salman following the protests that followed the assassination of Saudi opposition journalist Jamal Khashoggi in October 2018. And It appears that this prince is still unable to reach the Saudi crown, especially with the escalation of international anger and protests against him because of this crime. Many diplomats and domestic analysts in Saudi Arabia believe that many princes in the ruling family have done their best to prevent Mohammed bin Salman from coming to power, but there is currently no indication that the Saudi king is trying to bring someone else to replace the reckless prince. Here, according to several news sources, all the policies of "Mohammed bin Salman" failed in recent years and this led to a rift in the security and stability system in Saudi Arabia.

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