Picture of MBS with Prince Abdulaziz bin Fahad goes viral

This heartwarming photo of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman with Prince Abdul Aziz bin Fahd and his daughter Al-Jawhara bint Abdul Aziz bin Fahd was tweeted by Prince Nawaf bin Faisal (@nawafbinfaisal) on Saturday.
Updated 17 February 2019
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Picture of MBS with Prince Abdulaziz bin Fahad goes viral

JEDDAH: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is winning the hearts of people over and over again with his kindness and compassion. 

A heartwarming video tweeted by Prince Nawaf bin Faisal on Saturday shows the crown prince at the home of Prince Abdul Aziz bin Fahd (Prince Nawaf’s uncle), along with the Minister of Interior Prince Abdul Aziz bin Saud bin Naif. 

Prince Abdul Aziz bin Fahd was carrying his daughter Al-Jawhara bint Abdul Aziz bin Fahd, and the crown prince gave her a kiss on the forehead. This compassion toward children warmed the hearts of citizens on social media. 

Prince Nawaf bin Faisal @nawafbinfaisal tweeted: “A few moments ago, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (Allah protect him) and Prince Abdul Aziz bin Saud bin Naif, the minister of interior (Allah protect him) in Riyadh at the home of my uncle Prince Abdul Aziz bin Fahd and his daughter Al-Jawhara (Allah protect them).”

@mtar_100 said: “This footage brought joy and happiness to my soul. The ruling family is a source of safety and stability to the Saudi people.”

Pointing to the crown prince, @f_15_sa said: “The love for this man increases in the hearts of citizens each day.”

@braow said: “The most beautiful thing I have seen this blissful morning. May Allah protect you and maintain this endearment.”

@arahmanriyadh said: “May Allah protect this country, its people and its rulers.”

@mohammed17444 said: “What a beautiful scene.”

@alkaeed said: “Like father like son.”

@wed19982 said: “A family atmosphere with the voices of children, Allah bless them.” 


Houthis have smuggled various weapons from Iran: Arab coalition

Updated 24 June 2019
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Houthis have smuggled various weapons from Iran: Arab coalition

  • Col. Al-Maliki also said that the Houthis are digging trenches and building fortifications in Hodeidah
  • Said Iran-backed militia is trying to provoke the coalition

RIYADH: The Arab coalition supporting Yemen’s internationally recognized government said on Monday that the Houthi militia has received various types of weapons smuggled from Iran.
Speaking at a weekly press conference in Riyadh, spokesperson Col. Turki Al-Maliki said the militia has suffered heavy losses and as a result they have been targeting civilians and civilian installations.
Col. Al-Maliki also said that the Houthis are digging trenches and building fortifications in Hodeidah in violation of the Stockholm agreement.
He said that the Iran-backed militia is trying to provoke the coalition, but “we will apply international law.”
He added that the coalition has started providing financial assistance to those affected by accidents in Yemen and the coalition has already compensated 116 people affected.