10 March 2019 - 11:47
News ID: 443828
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Dehghani-Firouzabadi‎ in an interview with Rasa:‎
Rasa – The deputy chairman of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission in Iran’s ‎Parliament believes that the recent events indicate a decline in the position of Muhammad ‎Bin Salman and in the near future he will leave the political scene.‎

RNA – In an exclusive interview with Rasa News Agency, Kamal Dehghani-Firouzabadi, the ‎deputy chairman of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission in the Islamic ‎Consultative Assembly, spoke about the goals of recent trip by Muhammad Bin Salman, the ‎Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia,‎‏ ‏to Pakistan, India and China and said, “It seems that the era ‎of Bin Salman has come to an end.”‎
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The representative of the people of Taft and Meybod in the Islamic Consultative Assembly ‎‎continued, “The position of Bin Salman has been severely shaken and he no longer has any ‎legitimacy in the international arena. In recent years, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia has ‎supported a large amount of terrorist acts that even his supporters have spoken out ‎against.”‎

Recalling the crimes perpetrated by the Saudi regime in their war against Yemen, he said, “If ‎the International Criminal Court (ICC) refers the case of Bin Salman to the United Nations ‎Security Council in regard to the Yemeni war, he will certainly be prosecuted as a war ‎criminal.”‎
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Dehghani-Firouzabadi‎ said, “Bin Salman has ordered attacks on hospitals, mourning ‎ceremonies, schools and places filled with ordinary people in the Yemeni war. All of this is a ‎red line in war and it will surely trouble him.”‎

Referring to the case of Jamal Khashoqji, the Iranian politician said, “The case of the murder ‎of Khashoqji, which occurred under the direct command of Bin Salman, has been condemned ‎throughout the world and in the near future, this issue will grab the Crown Prince by the ‎throat.”‎
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Referring to the internal situation in Saudi Arabia, he said, “Inside Saudi Arabia, actions ‎outside the normal course by Bin Salman have led to widespread arrest of the princes and he ‎no longer has any legitimacy among the Saudi ruling body. The important thing about Bin ‎Salman is that while he claims to fight corruption, he is not a healthy person at all.” ‎

Dehghani-Firouzabadi stated, “Bin Salman has created very limited reforms in Saudi Arabia, ‎which in no way can make this level of change acceptable to him.”‎

Rasa News Agency

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