The Prince vs. The Spy

It’s hardly more than a few years since Mohammed bin Salman rose as the Crown Prince and the de facto leader of the Saudi Kingdom. Yet over this rather short period of time, he has damaged his reputation as a young prince who is seeking to bring the whole kingdom under the yoke of his servitude while shocking the world with his callous disregard for human life.

Arresting other princes, influential people and rights activists, waging a bloody war on the poor Yemeni civilians and bringing about a host of other plights such as famine and diseases for them, killing his opponents exemplified in the case of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi are all just a few instances that show bin Salman is prepared to do any crime to make sure that he will have easy accession to the throne.

Yet, there are some cases that keep the Saudi prince up at night -- like the case of Saad al-Jabri, a former top Saudi intelligence officer, now living in exile in Canada.

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