After his performance with his two daughters … Doubts about the release of Prince Abdul Aziz bin Fahd (photos and videos)



London – "Arabian Jerusalem":

The famous singer "Mujtahid" said Prince Abdul Aziz bin Fahad was not released because he has spread over the last 24 hours.

"Abdul Aziz bin Fahd and Turki bin Abdullah have not been released until this moment, but the opening of the visit is open to all their relatives and at any time," Mujtahid said in a commentary on Abdul Aziz bin Fahd's photographs inside the house along with a number of his brothers and children. You want to. "

"Maybe as a prelude to the final release. The photographs that were released for Abdel Aziz bin Fahd are in one of the palaces that have changed into prison."

Prince Prince Prince Nawaf bin Faisal bin Fahad published his photo was released after disappearing a year ago after he published sharp tweets against the policy of the United Arab Emirates and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed of Abu Dhabi.

Prince Nawaf's images of Prince Abdulaziz and his two daughters, Prince Sultan and Prince Mohammed bin Fahad, appeared days after Prince Ahmed bin Abdul Aziz's return from his residence in Europe.

It does not seem that the place where he was taken was the palace of Prince Abdul Aziz, where he appeared with his two daughters in a modest house.

Last public appearances of Prince Abdul Aziz, who met his uncle King Salman in Mecca last year, took place last September.

Equally, Saudi authorities released Prince Khaled bin Talal, the billionaire brother Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, after his arrest for almost a year, at a time when Saudi Arabia is facing international pressure after the massacre of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Istanbul consulate in Istanbul on October 2.

Prince Khalid bin Talal was held for 11 months as the biggest crackdown against dozens of princes and businessmen arrested at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Riyadh in November 2017. Saudi officials said it was a campaign against corruption, the Wall Street Journal reported. .


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