Riyadh, Ta. 10 January 2022 Monday
There may be a rebellion against the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman. There is a lot of resentment among the people of the state regarding the Crown Prince. Saudi clerics are upset with Salman, apart from this there are differences in the family of Prince Salman. This is because both crown princes are still in prison. Although the Crown Prince wants to modernize Saudi Arabia, he has the identity of a dictator as he makes decisions without coordination.
Journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a critic of the state and the royal family, was assassinated on the orders of the Crown Prince. A journalist has been shot dead at the Saudi Embassy in Istanbul, Turkey. Khashoggi was assassinated because he had internationally condemned Crown Prince Salman. Mohammed bin Salman wants to bypass the politics of Maulana in his country but at the same time is trying to keep one of his umbrellas running. Simultaneously, some political and religious initiatives are happening simultaneously in the Kingdom. This could lead to protests in or against the country, which led to the 1979 revolution led by clerics like Iran.
Discontent among religious leaders about this
The 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran was led by Syed Ruhollah Mousavi Khamenei. After this revolution Iran became an Islamic country and the Pahlavi dynasty came to an end. Saudi Arabia was founded 300 years ago by the friendship of the House of Saud dynasty and the cleric Abdul Al Wahab, who spread Wahhabi Islam. The House of Saud adopted it as a religious ideology, but the clergy turned against it in an attempt to modernize it. There is a rule of 2 meters distance due to Kovid in Mecca and Medina, but last month a dance festival of Salman was organized in which 7 lakh young men and women of the country were asked to attend the dance festival.