US reports reveled that Mohammed bin Salman’s greed for US support to enable him to rule in the Kingdom in exchange for normalization with Israel at the account of liquidating the Palestinian cause.
Bin Salman reportedly pledged to help US President Donald Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, which later became the nucleus of a US dictation plan to liquidate the Palestinian cause, known as the “deal of the century.”
A recent American documentary on Bin Salman recently showed the Washington Post’s military analyst David Ignatius, who quoted Ben Salman as saying: “I see a Middle East in which Israel is part… I am ready to recognize it and establish trade relations with it,” adding that Ben Salman “enticed” the US administration and became the focus of the plan that Kushner continues to promote.
Bin Salman implicated the Kingdom in pushing for the passage of the so-called American Deal of the Century to liquidate the Palestinian cause and recognize the State of Israel over the entire territory of occupied Palestine.
The US is helping Israel to achieve what they call “peace” in the region, and the Kingdom is pressuring the Palestinian Authority, led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, to accept the deal of the century, according to what has been leaked to create a Palestinian state that includes Area A and B and parts of the region. (C) Demilitarized in the West Bank, Palestinian sovereignty over its territory is limited and not absolute.
Israeli settlements remain in the West Bank, and the authority gives up Jerusalem as the capital of Palestine and replace it with the town of “Abu Dis”, and give up the right of return for Palestinian refugees in return Palestinians receive financial compensation, paid by Arab countries.
The leaked information that the deal of the century will be formally launched after the completion of the Israeli elections, and extends about 175 to 200 pages seen by five officials in the US administration in what is known as the “deal of the century.”
It is planned to include parts of the Gaza Strip into Sinai with an Egyptian partnership according to the leaks, while Riyadh’s blessing is reflected in the financing of the deal of the century and its mandate to oversee negotiations on the holy sites in Jerusalem, which is now supervised by Jordan.
In clear messages broadcast by the Jordanian king in many meetings to talk about these pressures came clearly after the leaks regarding the deal and successive visits by Kushner and Trump to several Gulf countries in addition to Egypt to market his deal, clearly threatening Jordan’s guardianship of religious sanctities in Jerusalem.
Relations between Jordan and Saudi Arabia have worsened in early 2017. Riyadh’s aid fell to $ 165 million compared to 2015, which exceeded $ 470 million, a decrease of about $ 300 million in two years. At the beginning of 2018, the Kingdom stopped aid worth $ 250 million.
The problem was exacerbated by the relocation of the US Embassy to Jerusalem, which was followed by popular parliamentary demonstrations at the request of the government, which roamed the streets of Jordan, and warned the Embassy of Al Saud to preserve the safety of its citizens and received sharp criticism.
Jordan’s King Abdullah then went to Istanbul to attend the Islamic summit to discuss the decision to move the embassy, which disturbed Riyadh and prompted it to ask the king not to attend, and then invited him to come to Riyadh in haste according to several reports.
However, he attended, Riyadh feared losing Jordan as an ally in favor of other regional powers, and then relations have improved in an unannounced way. To overcome its economic crisis worth US $ 2.5 billion.
In return, Jordan’s accession to a US-drafted coalition would be an Arab NATO comprising five countries from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and Egypt, and Jordan’s participation in the Warsaw conference, which Palestine refused to attend, while Israel also attended.
Secret meetings with a number of Gulf countries have spread with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, including officials from the Saudi regime.
In light of this normalization and the disgraceful role of the Saudi regime, Washington finds no better opportunity to pass the deal of the century and announce its date, including obtaining economic support for the plan, most notably from the Kingdom.