The Saudi Crown Heir Warned of a Possible War with Iran

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met Wednesday with a group of Jewish and Catholic leaders in NY in a rare show of interfaith dialogue. CNN earlier reported the news. KIRO 7 reports the national Saudi airline is looking to make a deal with Boeing on 50 737-MAX jets. The His Royal Highness the Crown Prince emphasized the importance of the United Nations Security Council taking leadership and responsibility of these issues, particularly that countries respect and enforce the International Resolutions and follow International Laws. While in Los Angeles, he may also meet with Oprah Winfrey, Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel and Imagine Entertainment co-founder Brian Grazer.

Despite the recent rhetoric of tolerance and reforms within Saudi Arabia, the kingdom still bans Jewish and Christian religions symbols.

Last week the 32-year-old crown prince met with US President Donald Trump in the White House, and was set to be in the US for over three weeks.

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The UN Security Council condemned the Houthi missile attacks targeting Saudi cities and stressed that they pose "a serious national security threat to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as well as a wider threat to regional security". Saudi Arabia and the entire region went through a revival after '79.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman attends a meeting with US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis at the Pentagon in Washington on March 22, 2018.

Of The Muslim Brotherhood, the crown prince said: "The Muslim Brotherhood is an incubator for terrorists".

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