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Shameful silence from Saud House over escalating manifestations of normalization with Israel

The Saudi regime is silent on the escalating manifestations of normalization with Israel from media outlets that raise speculation that it is being deliberately pushed to pave the way for the imposition of normalization on Saudi society as a fait accompli.

Demonstrations of normalization reached the point of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, to a controversial blogger from the kingdom that he wished he could vote in the elections for the leadership of the Likud party.

From within his campaign headquarters, Netanyahu, blogger Mohammed Saud, joked, in a video chat, jokingly, “a loss that you cannot vote,” according to the Israeli (official) Kan channel.

Saud had previously sparked widespread controversy last July, after his visit to Israel, as part of a media delegation from Arab countries, some of which do not have diplomatic ties with Israel.

During his wandering in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem at the time, Saud was subjected to a barrage of insults and spitting by Palestinian youths who called him “Zionist”, while a group of worshipers prevented him from entering the mosque.

The guests told the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee: “The visit to Israel is like a dream tour. We hope we can bring hundreds of people from our countries to Israel so they can see what we see and feel what we feel here.”

The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs described the Palestinians’ objection to the Saudi blogger at that time as “brutal and immoral behavior.”

On more than one occasion, Saud expressed his love for Israel and his support for Netanyahu. The Riyadh authorities did not express any objection to Saud’s behavior.

And the “Israel in Arabic” account of the Israeli Foreign Ministry quoted a Saudi blogger as saying to the Israeli Army Radio, “The Israeli people are like us, and they are like my family.” I love this country, and it has always been my dream to visit Jerusalem.”

Officially, there are no diplomatic relations between the Kingdom and Israel, but the past few years have witnessed a great rapprochement between them, with the payment of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Early this month, the Israel-Arabic page of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs published pictures showing a Jew’s visit to the kingdom, confirming that this was “the result of breaking the barriers of doubt built on for decades.”

And the Israeli media, including the official broadcasting organization, transmitted the video clips, indicating that the visit was carried out by two Jews, whom they did not name, while the pictures published by Israel in Arabic show that they took a tour in which he took a picture near the Kingdom Tower, one of the most important features of the Saudi capital, Riyadh.

In pictures, Israel said in Arabic: “In pictures … a Jewish tourist visited Saudi Arabia recently and was warmly welcomed by the Saudi population.”

In a separate tweet, and commenting on a video of the visit, Israel said in Arabic: “We are pleased to see the Saudi Mohsaud08 host who visited us celebrating his guests from Israel. There is no doubt that this is the result of breaking the barriers of doubt that have been built for decades. It is said that the capacity in the hearts and, God willing, more meetings and acquaintance, and we welcome everyone in our homes. And God perpetuates generosity.”

Mahmoud Saud commented on his Twitter page, saying: “I have hosted Jewish friends in my home in Riyadh, Avi and Beni, wonderful and very dear friends, I hope to see more Jewish friends visit us to Saudi Arabia to learn about the distinctive civilization and history of my country, my heart and my home is open to all welcome!”.

Saud, who is a student at the College of Law in the Saudi capital, was previously stoned with stones and other projectiles during his visit to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, on the sidelines of a visit he made to the Occupying Power, last July, though he announced in a video clip his full support for the Israeli occupation state in fighting the people of Gaza Gaza, the bloodshed of their women, children and youth, and the destruction of their homes.

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