Saudi Crown Prince will ' moderate Islam '
The Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been in unusually clear language in favour of liberalisation of the Kingdom. "We return to the moderate Islam, which is open to the world and all religions," he said Tuesday during a Conference in the capital Riyadh. There he was called to some radical ideas that are still dominate in the country.
Crown Prince Mohammed suggested that Saudi Arabia for 1979, the year of the occupation of the Grand Mosque in Mecca by extremists, was different. He does not want the oil-rich Principality 30 years still wasting by engaging with radical ideas. "Who are we going to eliminate immediately, starting today". The population is according to the Saudi throne, who during his speech was often interrupted by applause, to a normal life.