Saudi Arabia .. Interact with what Kushner said about allowing the Kingdom to invest its money in Israel

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Activists on social media circulated statements made by Jared Kushner, son-in-law and advisor to former US President Donald Trump, in which he pointed out that Saudi Arabia would allow its money to be invested in Israel.

Kushner's statements came in an interview he gave to "Sky News", where he responded to a question about whether the continued good personal relationship between him and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman achieved for his company a deal to obtain $2 billion from the Saudi sovereign wealth fund, saying: They made the decision to invest, and I'm very happy that they allowed us to invest in Israeli companies, to expand the work we've done in the Middle East."

Referring to the agreements to normalize relations between Arab countries and Israel during the Trump era, Kushner said, "I didn't keep a secret when I was in government that investment can be a driving force to bring people together."

He added: "With Ibrahim's agreements that we accomplished in the last 6 months of the administration's life, we finally succeeded in opening the channels, and I wrote in my memoirs about receiving phone calls from those countries expressing their desire to establish banking relations and the possibility of people traveling and flights, and we wanted Muslims to be able to go to Israel and visit the mosque,” ​​as he put it.