Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been described by Saad Aljabari, a former intelligence chief of the country, as a “psychiatry” and that “we have seen the atrocities and crimes committed by this killer.” Said that “he is a psychopath without empathy, does not feel emotions, never learns from his experience.” He said this in an interview given to CBS News a few days before US President Joe Biden’s visit to Saudi Arabia.
Saad Aljabari, once the number two official in Saudi Arabia’s intelligence, warned that Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s immense wealth could threaten the United States and other countries around the world. “I am alerted here in the Middle East about a psychopath, a murderer with infinite resources, who may pose a threat to his people, the Americans, and other countries,” he said.
He explained that Mohammed bin Salman runs a vicious gang of mercenaries called the “Tiger Squad” which he uses to carry out kidnappings and murders. Aljabari was a longtime adviser to Mohammed bin Nayef, who was replaced in June 2017 with Mohammed bin Salman as Saudi Crown Prince. After this, seeing the threat to his life, Aljabari fled the country and fled to Canada, where he is now living in exile.
Speaking to CBS, the former intelligence officer said he feared to be killed one day by Mohammed bin Sultan. Said that “This is because I have a lot of sensitive information related to the government and the royal family. And this man will not rest until he sees me dead.”
Meanwhile, on his visit to Saudi Arabia, US President Joe Biden said that he is not traveling to Saudi Arabia just to meet Mohammed bin Salman, but he will also meet the Saudi Crown Prince as part of a wider “international meeting”. looking in.
When asked by the media how he would handle the issue of the 2018 killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a US resident and critic of the Crown Prince, he said: “I am not going to meet Mohammed bin Sultan. I am going to an international meeting, and he is going to be a part of it.”