Saudi king may be overthrown in 2017

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SHAFAQNA – Auburn wrote in an article published on Monday that decades of repression and wasteful in spending and corruption would hunt down the royal family in Saudi Arabia, expecting a coup against King Salman, Badr News reported.

Auburn added in his article in Daily Mail that Saudi Arabia will pay for its intervention in Syria and Yemen, pointing out that it is likely for King Salman to be replaced by the former head of the security service Mohammed bin Nayef, who has long-standing ties with Washington.

He also said that Saudi Arabia suffers a dire economic situation after the fall in global oil prices and its profligacy of treasury funds to support terrorism and buying mansions for the royal family, indicating that these things will accelerate the overthrow of King Salman.

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