Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defence Minister Mohammed bin Salman affirmed Saudi Arabia’s subservience to America as he met with US president Donald Trump at the White House on Tuesday, in a meeting aimed at “strengthening mutual ties”. The two held talks in the Oval Office, along with Vice President Mike Pence, senior adviser Jared Kushner, chief of staff Reince Priebus and strategist Steve Bannon.

The Prince went to great lengths to reassure the USA of the “strong bond” the two nations share, citing the meeting as a “historical turning point” in US-Saudi relations, and the US in turn reciprocated, stating that Prince’s visit had put “things on the right track”.

Earlier this year Trump implemented a short-lived travel ban, which notably excluded Saudi Arabia. The Prince said regarding this matter that:

Saudi Arabia does not believe that [the immigration ban]is targeting Muslim countries or the religion of Islam.

This measure is a sovereign decision aimed at preventing terrorists from entering the United States of America.

President Trump expressed his deep respect for the religion of Islam, considering it one of the divine religions that came with great human principles kidnapped by radical groups.

The pair also discussed economic matters, including huge Saudi investments in the US and further opportunities for American companies to enter the Saudi market.


They also took this opportunity to express their shared agreement on the “importance of the great change that President Trump is leading in the U.S,” stating that it coincided with Saudi Arabia’s “Vision 2030″ program.

Somewhat comically, the Saudi prince spoke of the nation’s “successful experience in building a fence on the Saudi-Iraqi border”, which “prevented illegal immigration and smuggling”, expressing regret that they had not yet taken the opportunity to do the same on the Saudi-Yemeni border.

Saudi Arabia’s betrayal of the Muslim ummah is well known, but it is interesting to note that shame does not visit itself upon these traitors in the least even now. Trump is the most openly hostile President to Muslims in some time, and yet these would-be vanguards of the “land of the two holy mosques” do not think twice about continuing to sell their souls to today’s oppressive super power.

72 years ago, former leaders King Ibn Saud and President Franklin D. Roosevelt held a famed meeting on board the USS Quincy (image above), and it is clear that this jovial relationship lasts to this day.

We ask Allah to meet these traitors with a deserved end, and one that will be an example for all until the day of Hisab.


Further Reading:

Saudi Prince Sees Trump as ‘True Friend’ to Muslims (Full Statement)