Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Salman has rebuked Palestinians once again by telling a US-based Jewish group that "it is about time the Palestinians take the proposals and agree to come to the negotiations table or shut up and stop complaining".
In a closed-door meeting with heads of Jewish organizations in NY in March, Bin Salman harshly criticized Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinians' diplomatic conduct over the past 40 years, according to a report by American news site Axious.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has even suggested Palestinian leadership to either accept what Trump is offering or shut their mouth.
Channel 10 cited an Israeli foreign ministry cable sent by a diplomat from the Israeli consulate in NY, as well three sources - Israeli and American - who were briefed about the meeting.
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"He said Saudi Arabia "has much more urgent and important issues to deal with" like confronting Iran's influence in the region".
Commenting on the AME show, Saudi culture minister Awwad Alawwad - who initiated the event with his Egyptian counterpart - says: "It is a momentous occasion for Saudis".
A Saudi Arabian court began the trial of two Jordanians accused of spying against the kingdom for Israel's Mossad intelligence agency, Saudi-owned al-Arabiya said on Monday. For years, Saudi Arabia has made normalizing relationships with Israel contingent on Tel Aviv's withdrawal from those lands.
The meeting with Jewish leaders took place behind closed doors on March 27, during the prince's extensive visit to the US.
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In February, Saudi Arabia's General Entertainment Authority said it would stage more than 5,000 festivals and concerts in 2018, double last year's figure, and pump $64 billion (53 billion euros) into the sector in the coming decade.
Trump also recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel in December, a move that drew worldwide criticism.
Bin Salman previously said in an interview with The Atlantic in early April he believes "each people, anywhere, has a right to live in their peaceful nation".
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