A Saudi activist has revealed that Abu Dhabi Crown Prince spent immense sums of money to buy off members of the House of Saud, the ruling royal family of Saudi Arabia to gain access to intelligence data.
The activist, under the nom de guerre of “Mujtahidd,” has made numerous startling revelations about the ruling royal family of Saudi Arabia.
Mujtahidd wrote on his Twitter page, Mohammed bin Zayed, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and deputy supreme commander of the UAE Armed Forces, had bought off several Saudi senior officials and royals, including Mutaib bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, a member of House of Saud and Saudi Arabia’s Minister of the National Guard.
Mujtahidd said, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince bribed members of the House of Saud by offering money, land and palaces in order to get access to Saudi allegiance, adding that this is exactly the method Saudi royals use to get the allegiance of clerics and judges.
Despite being affluent, Saudi royals have insatiable avarice and sell themselves out, Mujtahidd said.
Bin Zayed exploits Saudi’s greed, by granting them money, land and edifices and letting them make huge investments in Abu Dhabi, to get their fidelity and support, the activist added.
Bin Zayed got access to the Saudi intelligence by giving 1,250 million rials (nearly 334 million $US) as well as a huge investment project to Prince Bandar bin Sultan, the former director general of the Saudi Intelligence Agency.
The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi also paid 0.5 million and gave a luxurious palace to Salman bin Sultan Al Saud, the former assistant secretary general of the Saudi Arabian National Security Council for intelligence, to gain access to intelligence sources.
Bin Sultan Al Saud was responsible for several intelligence missions, including those carried out in Syria.
Mujtahidd said, Bin Zayed knows that the Saudi king is in his deathbed and suffering from Alzheimer and the plot is to enthrone Mutaib bin Abdullah.