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Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah says the regime currently ruling Saudi Arabia is about to meet its demise, which he argues has been hastened as a direct result of the Al Saud family’s actions.
“The Al Saud regime is old and may be in the final stages of its life because of natural reasons like its cruel measures over the past 100 years and the systematic corruption in the regime, suppression of people, and totalitarianism of its rules,” Nasrallah said.
He made the remarks during an an exclusive interview with the office for preservation and dissemination of the works of Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Sunday.
He warned that the collapse of the regime was expedited because of the deeds of the current Saudi rulers, who have deviated from the more calculated measures of their predecessors and openly commit crimes against other Muslim nations.
Nasrallah named Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s war on Yemen as well as the Wahhabist regime’s push to cause instability in other countries of the region by supporting Daesh militants and other terrorists groups as actions that will alter the kingdom’s future.
He said such atrocities have already led to protests against the Al Saud regime in other countries.
“We currently see for the first time that ‘Death to Al Saud’ slogan is being chanted in several Arab countries, and we see political and popular powers and governments that take explicit stances toward Al Saud and its interference in the region,” the Hezbollah chief noted.
He also blamed the Riyadh regime for the current tensions with Iran in the region, saying the Saudis resorted to hostile measures when they could not stop Iran’s support for resistance movements in Palestine and other parts of the region.
“Saudi Arabia started its hostility toward Iran after the victory of the Islamic Revolution [in 1979] and the establishment of the Islamic Republic, which supported the issues of Arab and Islamic countries,” he said.