Mar 19 2013
“All the ingredients and factors of revolution and protest are present in Saudi Arabia. So there is no way that the protests will stop no matter what the government in Saudi Arabia will do,” said Ali al-Ahmed in a Tuesday interview with Press TV.
“We will see national or somewhat of a national protest movement in the country, I think, in the next few months maybe next weeks,” he added.
Ahmed pointed to seven decades of tyrannical rule by Al Saud dynasty, noting, “It is not only the issue of the large number of the prisoners, [and even] the political prisoners in the country. You are talking about high unemployment, high poverty rate, high level of corruption within the ruling family and the ruling class.”