Saudi prince sends threat to the West after Biden warns of consequences for kingdom’s human rights practices
An unnamed Saudi prince on Sunday night went on a Twitter rant against the West after U.S. Vice President Joe Biden warned the kingdom against its human rights practices.
Prince Mohammed, known by nickname “Mbawahl”, was tweeting from the official Twitter account of the Saudi-owned Al Arabiya news network.
In his latest rant, Prince Mohammed claimed he “has the power to make U.S. president stop doing what he wants because we are a good and nice people.”
“Just a message to the United States that I have the power to make U.S. president stop doing what he wants because we are a good and nice people.”
He went on to claim that the U.S. is a “cancerous” cancer and a “cancerous tumor” on the world and “should not be allowed to exist”.
“They are making a great effort to prevent our people from knowing about our human rights. But for everyone to know about our human rights, we must be seen first.
“And to show the power of my authority, I am going to tweet this [information] about the U.S. president,” he said.
Prince Mohammed also claimed he would give the U.S. president a “ticking bomb” to his “face” in exchange for not targeting “our people”.
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Prince Mohammed’s tweet came a day after US Secretary of State John Kerry warned in the Washington Post that the Saudi government is guilty of “serious human rights abuses.”
The crown prince’s warning to the US came during his visit to the US on Sunday, which was greeted by many in the US with a sense of panic.
Saudi Arabia, which has been accused of human rights abuses, is currently battling Sunni militants in neighboring Yemen, which has killed thousands of innocent civilians and the US is sending arms to Saudi Arabia to combat the conflict.
Prince Mohammed has been accused of ordering the killing of prominent Shia cleric Nimr al-Nimr in 1989.
The Washington Post has also revealed that the US has been training and