Magic is permissible and forbidden, and magic is ambiguity, and ambiguity is useful and harmful, useful when it is used correctly, and harmful when it is used badly. Salman charms people with halal magic.
Henry Kissinger spoke of “constructive ambiguity” as a strategy, and the ancient myths used ambiguity to promote “witchcraft.” Prince Muhammad does not use “ambiguity,” but on the contrary, he relies systematically, intensely and consistently on “clarity” and “transparency,” and his vision “Saudi Arabia.” 2030”, and all its programs supporting it in all aspects of the state and life, are announced and published with all the minute details, stages and numbers, not only in Saudi Arabia, but in the whole world, and it can be read in most languages of the world, and this is the magic of clarity, not ambiguity.
The vision of the Saudi Crown Prince, which is his project, faces a “project to thwart it.” This project to thwart the “Saudi Vision 2030” has international, regional and local parties, countries, groups and individuals. The Prince said: “There are many people who want to make sure that my project fails, but they will not be able to. untouchable, and it will never fail, and there is no person on this planet who has the power to defeat it.” He added: “I do not want to make accusations to anyone, there are few groups that anyone with good knowledge can determine the connection between those groups in the West and groups in the Middle East. who have an interest in seeing us fail.”
In 2018, the emir spoke to the American newspaper “Time” about the dangers of the “Muslim Brotherhood” and “Sururiya.” He spoke before and after about returning to Islam before “political Islam” groups distorted him, and spoke about extremism, and spoke with Professor Abdullah Al-Mudaifer. 2021, with a detailed talk about his vision of the issues of identity, Sharia and Islam in an unprecedented manner, with clarity of argument and strength of logic.
In Saudi Arabia, the prince’s visions quickly turn into “projects” and “programs”, achieving successes and achievements, but these aspects – in particular – were delayed for various reasons, including that change in them needs time to mature, and some are unable to comprehend the prince’s ideas, depth, comprehensiveness and future prospects. Including that some of them are much more comprehensive than Saudi Arabia as a country, but rather they constitute a civilized way out for all Muslim countries, and among them is that some want to “fail” them, as the prince said, and if some observers and interested people participated in the astonishment of the delay, the prince made it clear that some of these ideas have already turned into a project A cultural person will see the light within two years with regard to the “prophetic hadiths.”
Everything the prince said is important, but I will comment on what this space allows on issues of identity, history, Islam, extremism, society and “ideologies.” The prince said: “Our state is based on Islam, tribal culture, the culture of the region, the culture of the town, Arab culture, and culture Saudi Arabia, and its beliefs, and this is our spirit.” He stressed that “we go back to the true teachings of Islam, in which the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, and the Four Rightly-Guided Caliphs lived, where their societies were open and peaceful.” He said about extremists and extremists: “The problem is the lack of someone to argue with and fight them.” Seriously,” he said, “The Muslim Brotherhood plays a big and huge role in creating all this extremism… When you talk to them, they don’t seem like extremists, but they take you to extremism.”
Then he spoke an elaborate hadith about Sheikh Muhammad bin Abd al-Wahhab, and said: “As for Sheikh Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab, he is like all other preachers and not a messenger, but was only a preacher, and he was among many of those who worked among politicians and soldiers in the first Saudi state.” And he spoke in detail About that “the problem in the Arabian Peninsula at that time was that the people who were able to read or write were only students of Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab, and history was written from their perspective, and the abuse of that by many extremists.” The prince added: “Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab is not Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia has both Sunni and Shiite sects… and it is represented in a number of Sharia boards.”
This comprehensive and deep talk opens a new freedom to deal with history with modern and advanced specialized scientific tools, and we can congratulate independent historians, history departments in universities, historical research institutions, and serious researchers, on a new era that opens up real opportunities for them to bring out the “silent” and address the “prohibited.” Previously, due to a complex network of reasons, pretexts and interests, the door became open and the road was open.
Everyone should pay attention to the fact that the stages of states’ victory for themselves, their history, and their identity are sensitive stages that require reason and wisdom, and should not be tainted by “qualifications” or biases or prejudices against anyone, regions, tribes or families. The goal is to serve the present and the future and to devote unity and building generations.
After centuries of rule by the House of Saud of Diriyah, Muhammad bin Saud came and established a state for which he employed all energies and capabilities, overcame challenges, and built a future. He overcame challenges and illuminated the way. In this era, Muhammad bin Salman came, transcended challenges, employed all energies, illuminated the paths, taught the world and taught the Saudis about potentials that no one had heard of and no one thought of before him, and the fabric of the founders of countries is of one substance, even if they differ. times and circumstances.
Leaders who change history are few, and they gather – throughout history and across geography – talents that people consider “magic” because people are unable to explain them. Achieving goals and achieving goals.
In the American journalist’s questions, he was clearly influenced by unfriendly thoughts towards the Prince and towards Saudi Arabia. The answers speak for themselves in understanding the hidden intentions, self-criticism and acknowledgment of the mistakes of the distant and near past. The goal is success, and the goal is the future.
Finally, the context here is purely descriptive, neither praise nor criticism, neither praise nor slander, but rather an approach to the image and a reflection of reality and an explanation of the outcomes of ideas and the results of visions.
* according to “The Middle East“
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