Houthis criticise Saudi Arabia over meeting between crown prince, Israel premier

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2020-11-23 | Since 2 Month

Mohammed Abdulsalam

SANAA (Debriefer)--The Ansar Allah group, known as the Houthis, on Monday slammed Saudi Arabia over reports of a recent meeting between Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman and Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Riyadh.
 The Saudi foreign ministry has denied the reports as untrue.    
Netanyahu's visit to Saudi Arabia came within preparations for full normalisation with Israel, following statements by Saudi officials welcoming agreements of normalisation between some regional countries and the Zionist enemy, said Mohammed Abdulsalam, the Houthi spokesperson.
Abdulsalam accused the Saudi regime of turning the Saudi land which includes the Muslim holy places into a venue for plots against Islam and Muslims.
The Saudi leadership has encouraged some Gulf states to normalise with Israel in order that its normalisation becomes accepted by the regional countries later, he said, adding that countries attacking and besieging Yemen are now publically involved in the Zionist project.
Reports by Israeli media outlets quoted Israeli officials as saying that the meeting between Saudi crown prince and Israel's premier in Riyadh on Sunday represented a key step towards the normalisation between the two countries.


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