Saudi Crown Prince's investments under Tel Aviv regime
Wall Street Journal has published a report confirming Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman investments under Israeli regime.
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US daily Wall Street Journal has confrimed in its latest print the first official investment by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman on Israeli regime, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
The report added that the investment is carried out via Jared Kushner, former US president Donald Trump's son-in-law.
At least $ 2 billion dollars of Saudi Arabia's money will be invested on Israeli firms through Jared Kushner's Affinity Partners.
The fund has raised $3 billion so far for two Israeli companies as reported by WSJ adding that Mohammad Bin Salman who is the ruler in practice has confirmed the investment and Kushner's partners have also admitted Saudi Arabia's investment in modern technologies of the Tel Aviv regime.
Kushner has defined Israeli occupied lands as the land of modern technologies similar to Silicon Valley and if Riyadh denies investment on that, it will lose a golden opportunity.
This is while Saudi government and senior American officials have remained silent on the report rather than rejecting that.
On the other hand, Jared Kushner has claimed that his presence at the White House during Donald Trump administration "has led to historical change in the Middle East and that it should be continued to its full capacity."
Israeli daily Maariv has called the Saudi economic step as "another sign for Saudi preparation to bridge the gap with Israeli regime amid lack of official diplomatic relations."
Mohammad Bin Salman has been counted the major supporter of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain in normalization of relations and establishment of full diplomatic ties with Tel Aviv. Meanwhile Saudi Arabia, whose king is dubbed as "servant of the holy mosques" has not joined the so-called Abraham Accords (normalization with Israeli regime).