Saudi Prince Dies in Helicopter Crash Near Yemen Border:

Saudi Prince Mansour bin Mukrin, deputy government of Asir province, was killed when a helicopter carrying several high officials crashed near the Yemen border after disappearing from radar. The cause of the crash was not revealed, but it took place a day after a ballistic missile fired by Iran-backed Yemeni rebels at Riyadh’s airfield was intercepted by a Patriot. Prince Mansour was the son of Prince Muqrin al-Saud, Crown Prince during the reign of King Abdullah. Muqrin is a firm opponent of the incumbent King Salman and his son, Crown Prince Muhammad.

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5 thoughts on “Saudi Prince Dies in Helicopter Crash Near Yemen Border:

  • Nov 6, 2017 @ 1:52 at 1:52
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    the Saudi arabia get s instable and The Crown Prince is going to eradicate own family.

    The US7Israel call it reform course, moderation, ….
    We Iranian love this reforms

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  • Nov 6, 2017 @ 2:29 at 2:29
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    Sorry Debka, I’m more interested about crashes with shiatollahs, by helicopter of course, but would accept also by plane, why to get too picky?

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  • Nov 6, 2017 @ 5:17 at 5:17
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    This incident is definitely linked to the ballistic missile attack on Riyadah and certainly not linked to the Zionist purge. Debka confirms.

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  • Nov 6, 2017 @ 15:54 at 15:54
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    I didn’t know that the Saudis flew Russian helicopters.

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