Saudi crown prince meets former US president who started crusade against Muslims

Saudi crown prince meets former US president who started crusade against Muslims

Washington: Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman is in the headlines these days for his controversial statements and moves. Increasing the list of controversies, he visited Huston where he met former US presidents Junior and senior Bush. During his visit, Mohammed bin Salman was wearing a suit instead of his national dress. He also took snaps along with them with smiling face.

Saudi crown prince also visited the flood-affected areas of Harvey where the US branch of Saudi oil company Aramco worked for the relief of victims of the flood.

George W Bush wrote on his Twitter account “Delighted to join the 43rd President and Jim Baker in welcoming the Saudi Crown Prince His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman and His Royal Highness Prince Khalid bin Salman to Texas. A wonderful chance to celebrate the long-standing friendship between our two nations.”

It must be recalled that George W Bush had attacked Iraq in 2004 in the name of a crusade, since then the situation of Middle East has been deteriorating.