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Saudi crown prince receives CIA honor for anti-terror efforts

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif, deputy premier and minister of interior, has been awarded a CIA honor in recognition of his efforts to fight terrorism.
The crown prince was awarded the “George Tenet” medal by CIA Director Mike Pompeo, who arrived to Riyadh late Friday.
It was granted in recognition of distinguished intelligence work in the fight against terrorism and the crown prince’s contributions toward security and peace.
In a statement issued on the occasion, the crown prince said the award represents international recognition of the Kingdom’s anti terrorism efforts under the directives of King Salman. 
He also recognized the efforts of the brave Saudi men and women of the different security agencies and the cooperation of the Saudi public in addressing the terror epidemic.
“The Kingdom has been keen to combat terrorism based on its conviction that terrorism has no identity and no religion, and from its belief that the terrorists are committing these acts stemming from their deviant ideologies and evil thought. All negative religious, political and social ideologies that use religion as a tool throughout human history, do not reflect the absolute truth about religion,” the crown prince said.
He stressed that Saudi Arabia will spare no efforts in fighting terrorism, adding that the Kingdom has succeeded in thwarting several terror plots including some targeting other friendly countries.
“Combating terrorism requires a joint international effort at all levels; financially, intellectually, militarily and through the media. This should be coordinated and conducted in accordance with the UN’s covenants and laws including particularly the principle of sovereign equality,” he said.
Commenting on Saudi-US ties, the crown prince described them as “strong and historic,” adding that the two sides will not allow anything or anyone to come between them or cause damage to those ties.

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7 Comments on "Saudi crown prince receives CIA honor for anti-terror efforts"

  1. dissident on Mon, 13th Feb 2017 7:39 pm 

    Circle jerk of terrorist sponsors and enablers.

  2. penury on Mon, 13th Feb 2017 8:10 pm 

    Any comment I could make would reflect less on the article and more upon my lack of intelligence.

  3. Anonymous on Mon, 13th Feb 2017 9:53 pm 

    Saudi crown prince receives CIA honor for ASSISTING US terror efforts


  4. makati1 on Mon, 13th Feb 2017 10:32 pm 

    Anon. Just one more example of American insanity. And it isn’t even questioned. Proof of the depth of the brainwashing.

  5. joe on Tue, 14th Feb 2017 5:28 am 

    This will go down like a lead balloon on the street. Only backs up what ISIS says. Sadly the truth is that the Saudis play both sides of the fence. I will speculate that the Saudis probably asked for the medal. When will America wake up? Even John Podestas hacked emails proves what everyone knows. Saudis are the enemy. Trumps silence tells its own story. Very shameful.

  6. Anonymous on Tue, 14th Feb 2017 1:37 pm 

    ‘Both sides of the fence’, LoL. The uSlamic state, the ‘sauds’, and the ever-exceptional amerika, are all on the same side of that fence joe. The sauds are one of the exceptional nations most valuable vassals\colonies. ‘Saudi’ support for the uSlamic state is very important to its continued existence. No doubt langley and mossad felt that was a worth a medal, and who can blame them? If a pat on the head once in a while for the satraps keep em happy, easily arranged right?

    One day, the uSlamic state will outlive its usefulness, and then it will morph in the next big thing the uS has to ‘fight’. And Im sure the sauds will be more than willing to provide support for w/e iteration of the uSlamic state(v2.0) langley and mossad come up with.

  7. joe on Tue, 14th Feb 2017 4:57 pm 

    Well I was trying to be diplomatic Anonymous. But you are right. It’s hard to convince normal people that the weapons industry and the oil industry need war and instability to profit. By providing war and buying weapons the Saudis are good sand monkeys. Pinning medals on them is a bit of a vulgar public act and I’m suprised the CIA went for it. It’s like Ribbentrop pinning medal on Oswald Moseley.

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