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Posted on 06/22/2012 9:56:31 AM PDT by bayouranger
Crown Prince Salman, deputy premier and minister of defense, has directed all the governors of the regions to receive the oath of allegiance (baia) from citizens on his behalf.
Makkah Gov. Prince Khaled Al-Faisal will receive citizens taking their oath of allegiance on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the headquarters of the governorate in the holy city. On Sunday, he will receive citizens at his palace in Al-Basateen district in Jeddah after Maghreb prayer.
Tabuk Gov. Prince Fahd bin Sultan also announced that he would receive citizens on Saturday and Sunday to take their oath of allegiance. The governor instructed chief administrators of Wajh, Dhuba, Amlaj, Haqel, Tima and Badae cities to receive the citizens on behalf of him to take their oaths.
In Al-Jouf Province, Gov. Prince Fahd bin Badr received citizens on Tuesday and Wednesday. They took their oath of allegiance to Prince Salman. Senior military and civil officials, in addition to tribal chiefs and dignitaries, attended the audience.
Prince Salman, meanwhile, received a number of congratulatory messages from Arab leaders and officials on his new appointment. The leaders include Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Jordanian Premier Fayez Tarawneh and Arab League Secretary-General Nabil El-Arabi.
Shoura Council member Hamad Al-Qadi said Prince Salman is the right choice for crown prince. Prince Salman is the right choice for the position of crown prince and deputy premier because of his rich administrative experience and political wisdom, he said in a congratulatory message.
Assistant Undersecretary at the Ministry or Islamic Affairs, Endowment, Call and Guidance Salman Al-Amri also commended the new crown prince, saying his life is filled with sincere services to his religion, king and nation over the past half a century.
The crown prince maintains excellent relations with religious scholars, intellectuals, writers, media personalities and diplomats. Above all, he is always close to peoples hearts, Al-Amri said.
Hasan Al-Hazmi and Muhammad Rabi, vice presidents of Jazan University, said Saudi people received the news of the appointment of Prince Salman as crown prince and deputy premier with joy considering the princes services to Islam and the Kingdom as well as to the Arab and Islamic causes.
Prince Mishaal bin Abdullah bin Musaed, adviser at the crown princes court, said the king appointed Prince Salman as the crown prince and deputy premier because the king gives priority to peoples welfare. Prince Salman is known for his multifaceted personality and is endowed with wisdom and experience that makes him eligible for this important leadership position, he said.
Those who congratulated the crown prince also included Saudi Ambassador to Ireland Abdul Aziz Al-Dorais and Saudi Military Attache in Islamabad Major Gen. Abdullah Al-Ghamdi.
OIC Secretary-General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu yesterday sent a cable of congratulations to Interior Minister Prince Ahmad on his appointment.
I have received with considerable joy the news of your appointment by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah as minister of interior. I am pleased on this occasion to express to Your Highness sincere congratulations and felicitations on this sublime choice, which is an indication of the tremendous confidence reposed in you, and of your vast experience and wisdom with which you would direct affairs at this important position, the OIC chief said. He added: I am confident that you would bring to this position your long experience in this field as well as God-given wisdom and capability.
Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, now the next in line to take over the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, was one of several defendants sued last year for his alleged support of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Salman is identified as an individual patron of al-Qaeda and as the leader of the Saudi High Commission for Relief to Bosnia and Herzegovina (SHC).
I expect Obama is planning a quick trip to Saudi Arabia to deliver his oath of allegiance the Prince.
When does this house of cards fall apart. You have a “royal” family, put into power by Great Britain for access to oil. That family then insists that Great Britain and France place in power “princes” (family members) over Iraq, Iran, Syria, and Trans-Jordan (parts of the mandate following the loss of WWI by the Ottoman Empire).
They are all Arabs, and hence come from Arabia. They were, and are invaders, who have imposed their religion (imported from ancient Babylon), now known as Islam(the worship of Allah, the moon god), upon the lands they conquered by the sword.
The only reason anyone in modern history has bowed to them is because of the oil they control. Europe, before Columbus, also bowed to the Ottoman Empire, because the Ottoman Empire controlled trade from the Far East. Constantinople fell around 1480 AD to the Ottomans (Islamic Jihad). The Ottomans then turned the greatest Christian Cathedral into a mosque.
The crusades were the result of over four hundred years of attacks by the religion of peace upon the West. At one point in time they actually attacked Rome and stole the gold and silver from the cathedrals. As a result the curch area was walled in and became the Vatican. Greece and the surrounding areas were conquered and subjugated until the late 19th and early 20th century.
The Turks destroyed the Christian Armenians within their borders in the early 20th century. The Muslim Brotherhood is threatening to destroy the Copts in Egypt and Syria. Christians have been under continual attack and subjugation by Islam for almost 1600 years.
When will the world wake up?