The New York Times revealed new and horrific details about the princes imprisoned in Saudi Arabia and the torture they undergo.
كشفت جريدة “نيويورك تايمز” الأمريكية تفاصيل جديدة ومرعبة عن الأمراء المعتقلين في السعودية وعمليات التعذيب التي يخضعون لها.
The most important thing revealed by the American newspaper is that Habib al-Adli, who was the last Egyptian interior minister during the era of deposed Mohammed Hosni Mubarak, became an adviser to the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and it is he who oversees the torture of princes and businessmen and other detainees in Riyadh.
أما أهم ما كشفته الصحيفة الأمريكية فهو أن حبيب العادلي الذي كان آخر وزير داخلية مصري خلال عهد المخلوع محمد حسني مبارك، قد أصبح مستشارا لولي عهد السعودية الأمير محمد بن سلمان، وهو الذي يشرف على تعذيب الأمراء ورجال الأعمال وغيرهم من المعتقلين في الرياض.
The newspaper also revealed that at least 17 of the detainees in the last campaign need medical treatment, which confirms the accuracy of the information that was on the site of “Middle East” which reported about the torture of princes a few days ago.
كما كشفت الصحيفة أن ما لا يقل عن 17 من المعتقلين في الحملة الأخيرة يحتاجون لمعالجة طبية، وهو ما يؤكد صحة المعلومات التي كان موقع “ميدل إيست آي” قد انفرد بها قبل أيام حول تعذيب الأمراء.
The newspaper quoted State Department sources, saying that its diplomats, as well as the Pentagon and the CIA, are very concerned about Mohammed bin Salman’s “recklessness”, without taking into account the possible consequences of his actions which may harm the American interests in the area “.
ونقلت الصحيفة عن مصادر في وزارة الخارجية الأمريكية قولهم إن “دبلوماسييها إضافة إلى البنتاغون ووكالة الاستخبارات (CIA) يشعرون بقلق شديد من حالة” التهور والطيش “التي يتميز بها محمد بن سلمان، دون الأخذ بعين الاعتبار النتائج المحتملة لأفعاله وتصرفاته، مما قد يؤذي المصالح الأمريكية في المنطقة “.
The New York Times said that the owners of huge capitals (rich men) transfer money quickly from Saudi Arabia and that there is serious concern from investors.
وقالت “نيويورك تايمز” إن أصحاب رؤوس الأموال ينقلون أموالهم بسرعة من السعودية وأن هناك قلقا شديدا من المستثمرين.w


Salman al-Farsi said: 
“The fire of Hell is black and dark; its flames and coals do not glow or shine.”
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“People say all the time, ‘well, I don’t understand how people could have tolerated slavery?’ ‘How could they have made peace with that?’ ‘How could people have gone to a lynching and participated in that?’ ‘That’s so crazy, if I was living at that time I would never have tolerated anything like that.’

And the truth is we are living in this time, and we are tolerating it.”
— Bryan Stevenson, founder and director of the Equal Justice Initiative, in the documentary “The 13th.” 📺
’13th’ documentary shows black people migrating from slavery to prison. Today, “The United States is home to 5% of the world’s population, but 25% of the world’s prisoners. Think about that.” 🇺🇸

“A man who tosses worms in the river isn’t necessarily a friend of the fish. All the fish who take him for a friend, who think the worm’s got no hook in it, usually end up in the frying pan.” [Malcolm X]