A group of leading fundamentalist figures of US including several fundamental advisors of US President Donald Trump met the Crown Prince of Saudi, Mohammed bin Salman who is suspected for playing the role in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi who was a Washington Post contributing columnist. The mysterious story of the killing still remains unsolved. In a group statement, along with the smiling photos the comments are included such as, ‘it is our desire to lift up the name of Jesus whenever we are asked and wherever we go“.

In the meeting at the royal palace of Riyadh, a number of questions have raised about the particular role which has been played by the prince in the action which left the columnist dead after his entering inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Associates of the prince are trying to make the assembly for supporting him. The group said in the statement that the crown prince had met with the USA fundamentalist for the first time.

The White fundamentalists have become the most devoted supporters of Trump and have met with the leaders of the Middle East in the recent months and they treated them as allies for creating pressure on Iran.

The representative of the group named Jonny Moor who also serves the responsibility of unofficial liaison said, “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is among the wealthiest, most powerful, and most important nations in the Middle East, in all of history. It also has enormous influence on the Islamic theology taught throughout the entire globe. While the Kingdom is restrictive and controversial in various and serious respects, it has under the Crown Prince begun to undergo reform and professed the desire to change in profound ways. Precisely for these reasons, we thought it was wise to accept the invitation we received from the Kingdom, issued more than two months ago, to come as evangelicals to engage in a dialogue.”

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