riyad - Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has shown himself in unusually clear language advocate of liberalization of the ultraconservative kingdom. 'We are returning to moderate Islam, which is open to the world and all religions,' he said Tuesday at a conference in Riyadh. There he was addressed to the radical ideas that still prevail in the country.
Crown Prince Mohammed said that, before 1979, the year of occupation of the great mosque in Mecca by Saudi Arabia, was Saudi Arabia different. He does not want the oily kingdom to waste for thirty years by dealing with radical ideas. 'We will immediately banned, starting today. 'The population is, according to the Saudi troop successor, who was often interrupted during his speech by applause to a normal life.