Saudi Crown Prince Bombshell To Jewish Leaders: Palestinians Must "Accept Peace Or Shut Up"

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS) issued a stunning and unprecedented rebuke to Palestinian leadership while speaking to US Jewish groups in the midst of the prince's American tour last month.

MBS reportedly told the heads of Jewish organizations in a closed-door meeting in New York on March 27th that Palestinians should either accept peace proposals or "shut up," according to Axios.

Multiple diplomatic sources, including a leaked Israeli foreign ministry cable sent from the Israeli consulate in New York, confirm the statements which shocked the audience to the point that "people literally fell off their chairs."

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman. Image source: Egypt Today

The unexpected words came just as the Trump administration is reportedly finalizing its long-vaunted plan for Israeli-Palestinian peace, drafted under the leadership of Trump's senior adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner and special envoy Jason Greenblatt, and after tensions were inflamed with Trump's official recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel in December.

Axios reports the Saudi crown prince's words as follows:

"In the last several decades the Palestinian leadership has missed one opportunity after the other and rejected all the peace proposals it was given. It is about time the Palestinians take the proposals and agree to come to the negotiations table or shut up and stop complaining."

Since Saudi Arabia's founding in 1932 and subsequent diplomatic embroilment in Israeli-Palestinian matters, especially after the Jewish state's establishment in 1948, it has staunchly been on the Palestinian side (though often merely from a distance), accusing the Israelis of genocide and expansionist aggression against surrounding Arab nations. As a charter member of the Arab League it actively fought against the establishment of Israel, and also voted against the original U.N. Partition Plan for Palestine. The Saudis sent troops to fight on the allied Arab side in multiple conflicts with Israel, and the two have never had diplomatic relations. 

However, events in the region of the past few years such as the war in Syria, and related to this their common concern over Hezbollah and Iran's growing influence, has brought the two unlikely and strange bedfellows into a closer relationship, especially in the area of intelligence sharing and possible joint covert action in pursuit of regime change in Damascus. 

Like Israel, MBS has lately made it clear that the kingdom's top priority is thwarting Iran, as Axios further reports of the crown prince's main points during the meeting with American Jewish leaders:

He made clear the Palestinian issue was not a top priority for the Saudi government or Saudi public opinion. MBS said Saudi Arabia "has much more urgent and important issues to deal with" like confronting Iran's influence in the region.

Regardless of all his criticism of the Palestinian leadership, MBS also made clear that in order for Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states to normalize relations with Israel there will have to be significant progress on the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.

But US-Palestinian relations are at their lowest point in many years, with the Palestinian Authority (PA) under Mahmoud Abbas currently boycotting the White House since the December 6th recognition of Jerusalem, and later plans to relocate the American Embassy there from Tel Aviv. Once the new White House peace plan is rolled out, if ever, it will most certainly be dead in the water from the moment it's publicized. 

At the same time ongoing protests in the Gaza Strip as part of the "Great March of Return" protests have resulted in immense Palestinian casualties — more than 40 dead and thousands wounded since March 30 according to Israeli media sources — with the vast majority killed and injured as a result of live ammunition used by Israeli security forces. 

So with Gaza currently inflamed, Palestinians will no doubt see the timing of Saudi crown prince bin Salman's words as the ultimate and final stab in the back — though the Saudis have already long been seen by Palestinians as compromised double-dealers, using their plight as a geopolitical chess piece only when convenient. 

Furthermore, the Saudis will now be perceived even more as a U.S. pawn (and thus Israeli pawn too) on the Palestine question — this as newly sworn in Secretary of State and former CIA Director Mike Pompeo flew to Saudi Arabia over the weekend in a hasty visit to cement the anti-Iran alliance while reinvigorating support for new sanctions against Iran. 

All of this will only serve to underscore Palestinians' perception that regional and world leaders will continue to merely pay lip service to any Israeli-Palestinian peace process as Iran has now fully taken front and center stage. 



Dickweed Wang Luc X. Ifer Mon, 04/30/2018 - 21:53 Permalink

There is now, and has been for a long time, a covert, incestuous, relationship between the camel fuckers and the false Jews that occupy Palestine. Now since they both think that because a goyim Zionist occupies the White House they don't have to hide their real opinions or intentions anymore. It will be ultra-sweet to see this whole thing totally blow up in their faces. Fuck both of their countries . . . may they rot in hell.

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Mementoil tmosley Mon, 04/30/2018 - 22:57 Permalink

Time to face it, people.
The Palestinians don't want peace, because it's much easier to bitch and whine and demand huge amounts of money (large portion of which is siphoned to the private accounts of Abbas and his cronies), than to actually build and develop your own independent state. And now even Arab countries are realizing what a monster they have created by cuddling the Palestinians and surrendering to their every whim.

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not-me---it-wa… Mementoil Mon, 04/30/2018 - 23:24 Permalink

Time to face it, people.
The Zionists don't want peace, because it's much easier to bitch and whine and demand huge amounts of money (large portion of which is siphoned to the private accounts of Netanyahoo and his cronies), than to actually build and develop your own independent state. And now even some American congress members are realizing what a monster they have created by cuddling the Zionists and surrendering to their every whim.

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fleur de lis Mementoil Tue, 05/01/2018 - 00:00 Permalink

Hey Mementoil, have you yet asked your IDF brothers why they felt the need to machine gun wounded American sailors in their clearly marked lifeboats as they were being lowered into the water for medical evacuation after Israel attacked by air and sea their unarmed ship the USS Liberty?

Time to face it!

Lucky thing for Israel that the Liberty was unarmed and the unprovoked attack came as a complete surprise.

For if the Americans had been minimally armed they would have swatted the IAF like mosquitos, even allowing for the surprise attack.



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giovanni_f fleur de lis Tue, 05/01/2018 - 03:26 Permalink

Read this, you suckers:

1. mbs just openly says what his predecessors concealed from the world. Israel and Saudi Arabia have been close friends ever since. It was just not possible to admit it openly. mbs has broken with the tradition of his predecessors. This shows that sentiment in "the Arab world" is no longer considered a threat

2. war against Iran is being prepared, oil supply will suffer but US sees itself (foolishly) on the side of winners as it produces some oil by itself now and even believes in self-sufficiency. Yet the Chinese and Europeans along with the rest of the world will suffer most

3. It won't become a 3rd world war but one of the superpowers will leave the battle field humiliated and defeated

4. Iran might suffer the biggest toll but the damage to Israel and SA might as well be devastating. Syria will either cease to exist or exit battle-hardened.

5. palestinians have no friends and are on their own - except in times of war when they together with hezbollah and other non-official paramilitary formations will give Israel a hard time on the ground (see next point, suckers).

6. Syria is but a preparation for war. As long as there is a pro-Iranian government in Syria, war against Iran cannot start. Too dangerous. Only afer the last remnants of civil order and national cohesion will have been destroyed in Syria leaving nothing but fragmented tribes, war against Iran can start

7. China won't understand what really is going on before it is too late, foolishly believing it will supply all sides with Chinese goods

8. I am not sure the Russians have fully understood that war  for the Western globalists is the ultimate goal and who have almost finished with sworing in their allies to this goal.

9. Only both, the strengthening of a victorious Syria and a strong show of military force by China, Russia and Iran in Syria, Iraq and the gulf, suported by other friendly nations like Pakistan, could avert war. This includes a 150.000 man standing Sino-Russian-Iranian army in Syria,  plus a dozen bases at the border to Lebanon and Israel plus chasing out the US forces from Syria. Unfortunately, China, Russia and Iran, although under the same mortal threat, are not ready to closely combine their forces militarily and close their ranks as it would be required in the current situation.

10. The figure "Macron" is but a part of the preparations in order to isolate Germany, once again. The Western globalist war party can then claim the allies to consist of "all Europe except Germany and Austria" harping on old animosities against these nations.

Rest is noise.

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neversink beepbop Tue, 05/01/2018 - 02:34 Permalink

You are a jerk and a historical revisionist....

The Palestinians never agreed to anything. Their leader and creator of the Palestinian people, Yasser Arafat, refused a deal which gave  him 99 percent of everything he asked for.

Why did he refuse. Because a conflict with Israel was much more profitable than peace. He stole $13 billion in aid that was to go to the Palestinians, but it wound up in his Swiss bank account.....



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Slack Jack LaugherNYC Mon, 04/30/2018 - 22:59 Permalink

Hi LaugherNYC; Since you are unlikely to click the given link, I have cut and pasted a small section of the article Proof that Adolf Hitler was a double agent. for your perusal:

Hitler was the same. Hitler was actually a Jew.

1) Hitler ordered the tanks to stop for 3 days near Dunkirk when only a short distance away. This allowed the entire British army and part of the French army to escape to Britain.

2) Hitler refused to take Gibraltar and turn the Mediterranean into a "German lake". There was nothing to stop the Germans from driving through Spain (their ally) and doing the job.

3) Hitler declared war on the United States.

4) Hitler refused to allow the tens of thousands of tons of weaponized nerve gas that the Germans had produced (at Dyhernfurth an der Oder) to be used. Over 500,000 artillery shells and about 100,000 bombs filled with nerve gas were found in their storage areas (mainly at Krappitz = Krapowice) at the end of the war.

5) Hitler refused to conquer Britain. After Dunkirk, Britain was totally defenseless.

6) Hitler refused to authorise the production of jet fighters. The Heinkel He 178 had its first successful flight in 1939, but the Jews Milch/Goering/Hitler showed no interest in it. The fighter version, the Heinkel He 280, was successfully demonstrated on April 5, 1941, but the Jews Milch/Goering/Hitler refused to put it into production. Hitler wasn't interested in a plane that could travel a couple of hundred miles per hour faster than the others. Same story with the Messerschmidt jets.

7) Jewish financiers gave billions to finance Hitler's rise to power.

8) Only the Nazi's attempted to kill Hitler. The Americans, British and Soviets made no attempt to kill Hitler. It is known that the British refused to allow a number of feasible assassination plans to proceed.

9) An article from "The Jewish World" tells us that Hitler and Goering, have close relatives living as religious Jews today. Namely, Hitler's nephew's grandson, and Matthias Goering, the great-nephew of Hermann Goering. It also mentions that Katrin Himmler, the great-niece of Heinreich Himmler, married an Israeli.

10) In 1932 the Jewish genealogist Karl Friedrich von Frank published Hitler's family tree. It was pointed out (June 16, 1932, in the newspaper Neue Zurcher Zeitung) that the name Salomon, which came up repeatedly in Hitler's maternal line, was unlikely to be Aryan. On July 14, 1933, the newspaper Osterreichisches Abendblatt published photographs of graves of various Hitlers from Jewish cemeteries and mentioned a cookbook written in Hebrew by Rosalie Hitler. Also, a number of Jewish families, surnamed Hitler, officially applied to have their names changed due to Hitler's (supposed) antisemitism. [Hitler's Vienna by Brigitte Hamann]

Learn from the past to prevent war in the future.

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LaugherNYC LaugherNYC Mon, 04/30/2018 - 21:40 Permalink

And it brings clarity to how the Iranians have sold out the Palestinians, just the latest in the long line of hateful Islamic cretins, sabotaging any hope of rapprochment with Israel to fuel its straw man blaming of the Jews for what has been an Arab problem for over half a Century.

The Saudis are coming into the civilized world. The Iranians and Russians are the face of darkness in the world today.

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Dickweed Wang Goldilocks Mon, 04/30/2018 - 21:56 Permalink

Snipers ordered to shoot children . . . 


Ah yes, the model of democracy in the Middle East and the US' number one ally. But it gets better . . . the US' number two ally, the camel fuckers, have felt it necessary to bomb and kill thousands of women and children in one of the poorest countries in the world for three years now, using weapons provided by us peace loving Americans.

It makes me want to vomit.

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LaugherNYC Dickweed Wang Mon, 04/30/2018 - 22:20 Permalink

A total, shameless mischaracterization of what the General said, of course. He said that when children are used to carry suicide bombs, and approach the barrier where they pose a threat, then, unfortunately, they must be stopped. The intention is never to kill but to disable, but no sniper is perfect.

So, if you want to vomit, you might consider vomiting over people who would strap a bomb to a child and then pretend outrage when that child, or another sent as a decoy,  is prevented from blowing up his targets. Don't send children with bombs, and no children will be shot.

You are just more pawns of the sad death cult. 


Funny how there's no response from garbage trolls when you post the truth about their lies.

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