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Tue, 05 Jul 2016 (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia) — Yesterday, a picture was surfaced on Arab social websites, showing the Saudi Prince and multi-millionaire media tycoon al-Waleed bin Talal visiting the notorious ISIS military commander Abu Omar al-Maghribi in a luxurious hospital in Saudi capital, Riyadh.

Renowned for his entrepreneurial acumen and immense political influence within Saudi foreign ministry, al-Waleed bin Talal is spearheading the Saudi media campaign seeking to give an innocuous and friendly picture of ISIS and other terrorist organizations to Arab viewers.

Dr. Richard Macmillan, a retired CIA counterterrorism expert in Illinois believes that Mr. Bin Talal’s blatant visit to an ISIS warlord is tantamount to an overt peace accord between the oil-rich Saudi Arabia and so-called Islamic State; and therefore the international community must sincerely intervene to stop Riyadh making its proxies, namely ISIS and al-Nusra Front, a reality that cannot be easily eradicated from Middle-East’s political scene, Qatari News Agency (QNA) reported.

As the fierce clashes between Iraqi forces and ISIS terrorists in the flashpoint city of Fallujah ended with ISIS’ abject and total defeat, countless number of ISIS injured fighters infiltrated the Iraqi-Saudi porous border and are being admitted in various military hospitals.



“Money and resources flowing to ISIS from Arab regional players making it far difficult to fight terrorism,” Moskovskaya Pravda cited Russian foreign minister Lavrov  as the Saudi prince al-Waleed bin Talal infamously admitted that the Saudis themselves created ISIS in response to President Obama’s disastrous policy in the region.