Prince Turki al-Faisal

Prince Turki al-Faisal, the kingdom's former intelligence chief and envoy to Washington, lashed out at Obama's recent comments to The Atlantic magazine

Saudi Prince: Getting Nukes An Option If Iran Breaks Deal

CNN reports: Washington (CNN) In a reflection of the change and churn in the Middle East, former high-level officials from Saudi Arabia and Israel — nations that have no formal diplomatic ties — spoke publicly about their shared sense of Iran as a threat, their differences on Palestinians and the role the United States plays in their chaotic region.

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Kuwaitis Criticize Obama Over Atlantic Interview Remarks

JAFFA, Israel – A top Kuwaiti official has made unusually harsh remarks about President Barack Obama ahead of his visit to the Gulf region. In addition to other Arab officials, Tamer Alsabah, the head of Kuwait’s national security agency, criticized Obama for

U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks during a reception for Women's History Month in the East Room of the White House March 16, 2016 in Washington, DC. The month-long celebration of women's history in the United States began as 'WomenÕs History Week' after legislation was passed by Congress in 1981.

Saudi Twitterati Lash Out At Obama Following Comments Critical Of Kingdom

U.S. President Barack Obama’s interview in The Atlantic magazine earlier this month has sent shockwaves across Saudi social media. In an interview with Jeffrey Goldberg published last week, Obama raised questions about Riyadh’s links to terrorist groups that have destabilized the Middle East.