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WATCH | ‘Civil disobedience brought down British empire’: Saudi prince says Hamas should learn from India

Saudi Prince Turki Al Faisal. X/@kfcris_en

A Saudi Arabia prince, Turki Al Faisal, cited India’s independence motion for example as he was talking on October 7 Hamas’s onslaught on Israel and stated all occupied individuals have a proper to withstand their occupation, even army.

Turki Al Faisal, who was Saudi Arabia’s former intelligence chief for twenty-four years and in addition served as nation’s ambassador to London and the US, stated: “All military occupied people have a right to resist their occupation, even militarily. I do not support the military option in Palestine. I prefer the other option: civil insurrection and disobedience. It brought down the British empire in India and the Soviet empire in eastern Europe.”

“Israel has overwhelming military superiority and we see in front of our eyes. the devastation and oblivion, it is bringing to the people of Gaza,” he added.

The assertion was made by Turki Al Faisal throughout his speech at US’ Rice College in Houston and was broadly acknowledged because the clearest indictor up to now of what the Saudi Arabia management is considering on the scenario within the ongoing Israel-Palestine warfare.

‘No heroes, only victims’

The Saudi prince slammed each Hamas and Israel and stated there are “no heroes in this conflict, only victims.”

He additional stated, “Hamas’ acts went against Islamic injunctions against the killing of innocent children, women and elders. The injunction is also against the desecration of places of worship.”

“I categorically condemn Hamas’ targeting of civilian targets of any age of gender, as it is accused of. Such targeting belies Hamas’ claims to an Islamic identity,” the ex-diplomat and spy chief stated.

Israel of “indiscriminate bombing of innocent Palestinian civilians in Gaza” and the “indiscriminate arrest of Palestinian children, women and men in the West Bank”.

Saudi prince condemns Hamas

Intensifying his condemnation for Hamas Turki Al Faisal stated, the assault by the Palestinian terror group’s has given “high moral ground to an Israeli government that is universally shunned, even by half of Israeli public as fascist, miscreant and abhorrent.”

“I condemn Hamas for giving this awful government the excuse to ethnically cleanse Gaza of its citizens and bombing them to oblivion. I condemn Hamas to further undermining the Palestinian Authority as Israel has been doing,” the Saudi prince stated.

‘Condemn Hamas for sabotaging Saudi try and peaceable decision’

Faizal additional claimed that the assault by Hamas has additionally sabotaged the try of Saudi Arabia to succeed in a peaceable decision of the Israel-Palestine row.

The Saudi prince additionally accused Israel of “indiscriminate bombing of innocent Palestinian civilians in Gaza” and the “indiscriminate arrest of Palestinian children, women and men in the West Bank”.

“Two wrongs don’t make a right,” he added.

Turki Al Faisal slams West for phrase ‘unprovoked assault’

In his speech, Faisal additionally condemned the West for saying the Hamas assault was completely unprovoked.

“I have been hearing a repeated phrase in American media: unproved attack. What more provocation is required to make it provoked than what Israel has done to the Palestinian people for three quarters of a century,” he stated.

“I condemn Israeli colonists for rampaging through houses of worship in Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. I condemn Israel for destroying Palestinian homes and olive orchids. I condemn Israel for incarcerating Palestinian women, children and men in concentration camps without recourse to due process,” the Saudi prince stated.



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