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[Video] Saudi Prince Arrested On King Salman's Order After Viral Abuse Video

RIYADH SAUDI ARABIA- DECEMBER 14: Saudi defence minister and Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Deputy Crown Prince and the Minister of Interior of Saudi Arabia Muhammad bin Nayef attend an opening ceremony of new Shura Council in Riya Bandar Algaloud Saudi Royal Council Handout Anadolu Agency Getty Images
Eleena Tovar | 23 Julio, 2017, 12:53

The appointment of Salman as crown prince was also followed by an amendment in the royal order stating that the "rule passes to the sons of the founding King, Abd al-Aziz Bin Abd al-Rahman al-Faysal Al Saud, and to their children's children".

Another citizen runs in fear as one of the prince's entourage seems to thump him in the back of his head. "The purpose is that you want to create new efficiencies for both entities and elevate the work especially in counter-terrorism". Abu Dhabi's strong man is actively promoting MBS's international standing, particularly in Moscow and Washington, where he has strong connections.

The report said the aim of the new shake-up in the security system was to enable the Saudi government "to face all security challenges with a high degree of flexibility and readiness and the ability to move quickly to face any emergency". It also shows 18 bottles of Johnnie Walker Red Label whisky displayed on a table and a wad of cash. The other clips showed a bleeding man being cursed at and the prince punching and hitting a man. He is increasing the participation of women in work and investing in the development of a leisure and culture industry.

Riyadh has dismissed the claims.

Determined to breathe modernity into the Kingdom, MBS is committed to reducing the influence of conservative clerics in public life. Available on Android and IOS.

Reports over the past days have suggested that Nayef, who was also Saudi Arabia's interior minister, was stripped of his positions against his will and under pressure. America, which remains by far the most influential international player in the region, must no longer look at the Gulf countries as unshakeable, but engage more in resolving these crises rather than exploiting them. Previously, he was Special Adviser to Frances's Minister of North Africa and Middle East.