Saudi prince who called to protect al-Aqsa Mosque was killed
Youngest son of deceased king of Saudi Arabia Fahd bin Abdul Aziz, prince Abdul Aziz died during latest developments in the country. He was also include in the corruption suspected list. Some sources report that prince Abdul Aziz bin Fahd died due to heart attack in Ritz-Carlton hotel where arrested of corruption princes and officials were housed. Other sources report that he died during a firefight with police when he struggled on arrest. However, some statements of prince Abdul Aziz that he shared with his friends in social networks raise doubts about his death reason. Because prince Abdul Aziz strictly condemned violence of Jews towards Palestinians and always called Muslims to protect al-Aqsa Mosque in social networks. In one of his tweets, prince Abdul Aziz bin Fahd called Muslims of the world to unite and solidarity with Muslims in al-Aqsa Mosque and wrote, “Every Muslim is obliged as far as possible to support his brothers in al-Aqsa Mosque”. In another tweet, the prince wrote, “Oh, Muhammad’s Ummah! Show them your strength! It is disgraceful and shame to disregard al-Aqsa. Allah will ask us for that!”. “Oh, Muhammad’s Ummah! Occupants are desecrating our third sanctity! Isn’t there any man among us who would lead us through the right way?! Let us make war. Either we will win and save it, or (at least) we will achieve forgiveness of our Lord”, prince Abdul Aziz wrote. It is reported that when they put pressure on him and demanded to remove his tweets aimed at Jews, he flatly refused it and said, “It is harder than a death for me to remove what I wrote until it reaches Allah and His Messenger (peace and blessing of Allah be upon him)”.