World War 3? Donald Trump backs Saudi Arabia to 'neutralise Iran — BREAKING

World War 3? Donald Trump backs Saudi Arabia to 'neutralise Iran — BREAKING

Prince Faisal and then his son controlled the foreign ministry for decades.

"All parties to the conflict must allow and facilitate safe, rapid, unhindered humanitarian access to all people in need, through all ports and airports", he said.

The key beliefs are in Wahhabi Islam, in the legitimate role of the al-Saud and al-Sheikh families in representing, interpreting and projecting that version of Salafism, and in the obligation of government to pass down some portion of oil wealth to the citizenry.

Aid workers and UN officials in the capital Sanaa reported a sudden increase in prices as lines for fuel sprung up around the city. The arbitrary reordering of the succession plan was being enforced at the point of the sword.

Crown prince accuses Iran of 'direct military aggression' as kingdom seeks to curb Iranian influence across the region.

Prince Abdullah was the head of the National Guard.

So the decision this weekend to remove Prince Miteb has eliminated the last remaining independent power base within the royal family. Three of whom filed letters of complaint.

The state-run Saudi Press Agency carried a statement on Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's call with UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

Saudi Arabia's internal power dynamics are also changing in other important ways. For one, the on-going armed struggle in the neighbouring Yemen is and on-going problem. In exchange, their personal security and wealth were respected.

And that's not to mention the food shortage that has ravaged Yemeni civilians, leaving 2 million children "acutely malnourished & at grave risk of dying", according to the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. Higher prices will encourage over-production as OPEC members try to cash in on the bullish market.

Sources say the arrests were made after fresh investigations were launched into the 2009 Jeddah floods and the outbreak of the Mers virus which emerged in Saudi Arabia in 2012 even as many of those detained were not named. "He has great enthusiasm for serving the region and he won the love of everyone during the short period he served as deputy governor of the region".

The United Nations has had contacts with Saudi officials in New York and in Riyadh, UN officials said.

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"This is a very, very hostile act", he stressed.

The Houthis have vowed to continue targeting Saudi Arabia as well as the United Arab Emirates, a key member of the coalition.

"The United States is committed to containing Iran's destabilising actions and will not turn a blind eye to these serious violations of international law by the Iranian regime", she said.

Without doubt, the situation in Saudi Arabia is fraught.

Unemployment and under-employment are widespread, as is frustration with the fierce system of social and religious controls introduced after the siege at the Grand Mosque in Mecca by Islamist militants in 1979.

China's President Xi Jinping has successfully used anti-corruption to reshape China's Communist Party.

In Syria, it has the Revolutionary Guards and Hezbollah fighters supporting the government of President Bashar al-Assad.

While the effectiveness of their coup management is impressive, if leaving some doubt about further consolidation, the historical record of monarchical "revolutions" should give pause to the crown prince and his father.

"We have seen how the coalition closed Sanaa airport in 2016 and that airport remains closed". He met many locals and was extremely friendly.

The sweep has triggered uncertainty among businesses at a time when the kingdom is seeking to attract badly needed investments amid a protracted oil slump.

It is not clear what action Saudi Arabia will take but the kingdom, which has classified the group as a terrorist organisation, is now using stronger language and is threatening action.