Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Dubai’s deputy chief of police, Dhahi Khalfan, mentioned Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s speech about the Houthis in his recent interview with journalist Abdullah Al-Mudaifer last April, after he was criticized for his tweet. In it, some Houthis described citizens in the UAE as “brothers”.
Khalfan released a video clip that contained what the Saudi Crown Prince said about the Houthis in the interview, where he said: “But also the Houthi is ultimately Yemeni and has the Arab and Yemeni conflict, which I hope will be more and take into account his interests.” and the interests of his country in the first place.”
I wish some twitterers would learn from this perceptive and clever leader… despite the war… listen to his talk about the enemy… a man does not underestimate his rivalry, and this is the advantage of great leaders. https://t.co/j607bG3sA5
The deputy chief of police of Dubai commented on Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s speech, saying: “I wish some tweeters would learn from this perceptive and astute leader… despite the war… listen to his speech on the enemy… …a man does not underestimate his opponents, and that is the advantage of great leaders,” he said.
That’s why Muhammad bin Salman is a descendant of kings… you don’t expect him to say something like that about Al-Houthi… even with the rivalry the king remains a king… but give someone who understands
Khalfan added in another tweet, saying: “That’s why Mohammed bin Salman is a descendant of kings … You only expect him to say such words about Al-Houthi … Even with the rivalry, the king remains a king … just give him the one who understands,” as he put it.