Damascus, SANA – An official source at the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said that the statements made by figureheads of the Saudi regime are an expression of the destructive role of the Wahabi kingdom that threatens the Arab and Islamic nations, in addition to threatening security and stability in the whole world.
In a statement to SANA, the source said that the destructive policies of the Saudi regime exemplify what the Arab proverb describes as “the worst calamity is that which makes you laugh.”
The source said that the statements made by Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir are nothing more than an echo of what his masters in Israel and the United States say, and that his talk of a “plan B” regarding the current developments in Syria is a mere delusion in the heads of the Saudi regime, because the presence of such a plan would imply that the Saudi kingdom can think and plan, while Al Saud are known to be unthinking tools in the hands of Israel and the United States who do as they are told.
The source went on to stress that al-Jubeir’s statements constitute a violation of Security Council resolution no. 2268 and an attempt to derail the cessation of combat activities, in addition to being a dose of lies meant to raise the flagging morale of his failed pawns in Syria and a prelude to undermining the efforts for resolving the crisis in Syria.
The leaders of the Saudi regime, which is committing massacres against the Yemeni people, and after all it did in Syria for five years, should be tried at the International Criminal Court, the source said, adding that the same goes for the Israeli war criminals who had visited Saudi Arabia recently.
The source said that Syria requests that the UN Secretary-General form an international committee to look into the crimes that were committed and are still being committed by the Saudi regime and in the Arab world, because it has become clear to everyone that the Saudi regime’s role is to cause defeats and deterioration to the Arab nation and undermine its stability, which makes it a threat to Arab national security and existence as well as world peace and stability.
The source concluded by saying that the Syrian people, who are proud of their country being the cradle of civilizations, look with disdain and contempt at the insolence of al-Jubeir and the others like him in the Saudi regime, an insolence which reflects that regime’s backwardness, barbarism, and how low it has sunk.