Al-Faisal Asks Israeli Security Advisor: Why Aren't Your Nuclear Weapons Being dismantled When We Demand dismantling Iran's Power?
2021-11-23 - 3:57 am
Bahrain Mirror: Former Saudi intelligence head Prince Turki Al-Faisal asked both Israeli National Security Adviser, Eyal Hulata, and US National Security Council Coordinator for the Middle East and North Africa, Brett McGurk, during the Manama Dialogue sessions about Israel's possession of nuclear weapons.
Al-Faisal asked why the Israeli entity's nuclear weapons were not being dismantled as long as everyone is working on dismantling the Iranian nuclear power.
During a special session on the proliferation of nuclear weapons, militias and missiles, Prince Al-Faisal called on the Israeli official to comply with the Arab initiative against the Quds Force, saying: "Whatever the threats and missiles launched against Israel are, it is done under the banner of liberating Palestine from the Israeli occupation, as the force's name speaks for itself," in reference to the Quds Force.
He added that "there are question marks about the commitment of the current Israeli government to the two-state solution."
For his part, the US official ignored Prince Turki's question about the necessity of going to a zone free of weapons of mass destruction and nuclear weapons, while the Israeli security official responded by saying that the entity does not threaten the stability of the region as the Quds Force does, reminding Al-Faisal about the Aramco attack and claiming that Israel wasn't the reason behind it.