On Monday, in a front-page opinion post at UK’s pro-Israel newspaper Telegraph, Prince Mohammad bin Nawaf bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud, Riyadh’s ambassador in London, singled out British Labour Party leader JeremyCorbyn for jeopardizing commercial relations between the two countries and undermining their shared strategic (pro-Israel and anti-Iran) interests.
The post entitled, How the Kingdom helps to keep the Peace, lists Riyadh’s role in funding ISIS and other Takfiri terrorists to bring regime changes in Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, and Iran in order to destroy all regional actors challenging the US-Israel hegemony in the region.
The ambassador accused Corbyn for London’s cancelling $9 million deal to train Saudi prison officials. Jeremy Corbyn in a letter to prime minister David Cameron urged him to save the life of a Shia teenager Mohammad al-Nimr, who is condemned to beheaded for taking part in a 2011 anti-government protest when he was 17.
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