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 Nayef Bin Sultan Bin Fawwaz Al-Shaalan

''He's not a Saudi prince; he's not royalty,'' said Nail Al-Jubeir, deputy director of information at the Saudi Arabian embassy in Washington.

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Jika kabar penangkapan itu benar, maka peristiwa ini seperti pengulangan kejadian yang pernah merundung keluarga kerajaan. Pada 1999, Pangeran Saudi Nayef bin Sultan bin Fawwaz al-Shaalan dituding menyelundupkan dua ton ganja dari Venezuela ke Prancis. Sekarang dia dipercaya hidup di ...

Laman Foreignpolicy menulis, pada 1999 Pangeran Arab Saudi Nayef bin Sultan bin Fawwaz Al Shaalan diduga menyelundupkan dua ton kokain dari Venezuela ke Prancis. Nayef dituduh Perancis menggunakan status diplomatiknya untuk memasukkan narkoba ke sebuah jet keluarga kerajaan Saudi.
Saudi princes are misbehaving one after the other. After one was sued in September in the U.S. for rape, another was detained on Sunday at Beirut Airport after he was caught with two tons of amphetamine. The drugs popular among Syrian rebels was found in the private jet of Prince Abdel Mohsen Bin ...
In 1999, Saudi Prince Nayef bin Sultan bin Fawwaz al-Shaalan allegedly smuggled two tons of cocaine from Venezuela to France. Now believed to be living under legal shelter in Saudi Arabia, Prince Nayef was accused by France of using his diplomatic status to sneak the drugs onto a jet belonging to the ...
The punishment should be meted to only the guilty. Not someone who has been wrongly involved or blamed or poor Pakistanis. Any why don't the Saudis punish their royals (Prince Nayef bin Sultan bin Fawwaz al-Shaalan) who has used his diplomatic immunity to smuggle tons of cocaine from Colombia in ...
Saudi King Abdullah is rumoured to be clinically dead. If the rumours are true then the death of a great reformist will bring sycophantic tributes from weapon-selling oil-guzzling nations. But by whose standards is the Guardian of the Kingdom a reformist?


 

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