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For years, there have been whispers in the palace that the Saud family were mulling the possibility of floating all or parts of the national oil company to investors.
But those rumors were quickly dismissed as ridiculous.
That’s enough oil to supply the entire planet with all its oil needs for nearly eight years at current consumption levels.
When Allah mobilizes the Muslim nation of Turkey and adds it to the European Union, that’s another 50 million Muslims…Europe is in a predicament, and so is America.
They should agree to become Islamic in the course of time or else declare war on the Muslims. Long before Muhammad was born, Arabic Christians already were referring to God as Allah—and millions continue to do so today.
And yet, as farfetched as all this may seem, it appears that at least some members of the royal family are seriously considering doing just that.
Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud, who is considered “the power behind the throne” of his father, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, told the magazine last week that the sale of shares in Aramco is, “something that is being reviewed,” and that he believes, “a decision will be made” on the matter “over the next few months.” Prince Salman, who is 29 years old, also said that he was “enthusiastic” about a possible share sale and that it would be done in “the interest of more transparency, and to counter corruption, if any, that may be circling around Aramco.” On Monday, Aramco Chairman Khalid al-Falih confirmed that the company was looking into going public in some form.This life belies the fact that at age sixteen, he, under his given name Bassam, escaped his family life in the middle eastern country of Abuddin, where the Al-Fayeeds have been the dictatorial rulers for generations, normally of violent and repressive regimes which he could not morally tolerate. On the urging of his mother, Barry decides to go back to Abuddin with Molly and family in tow.