Saudi Crown Prince’s address during the Future Investment Initiative (FII) conference in Riyadh surprised people. The young royal promised to return to moderate Islam and to eliminate ‘what is left of extremism’ in a foreseeable future.
The young generation of the Saudi Arabian monarchy is ready for the changes. This week, Crown Prince has vowed to return the country to “moderate Islam” and to transform the existing kingdom in the open society where will be no leftovers of the extremism and fanaticism.
Speaking to the auditorium of the Future Investment Initiative conference in Riyadh, Mohammed bin Salman has asked for global support to transform the society. Later, the powerful heir to the Saudi throne gave an interview where confirmed that the ultra-conservative state had been “not normal” for the past 30 years, not now.
According to Crown Prince, the rigid doctrines should be left behind, this hardline has governed society in a reaction to the Iranian revolution, which successive leaders “didn’t know how to deal with”. Mohammad bin Salman’s aim is to reform his country for empowering its citizens and lure investors.
“We are a G20 country. One of the biggest world economies. We’re in the middle of three continents. Changing Saudi Arabia for the better means helping the region and changing the world,”
the heir said.
The political analysts concluded that the Mohammad bin Salman’s resolute stand against extremism and terrorism and said Saudi Arabia’s efforts in the last two years had begun to bear fruit. For the entire nation, the returning to the moderate Isalm is a really significant step that cis able to make the society more open and even healthier.