Saudi crown Prince terms Iran among "triangle of evil"
RIYADH - Saudi Crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has said that "triangle of evil" that seeks to exploit and distort it to achieve their agendas consists of Iran, the Muslim Brotherhood and extremist groups, pointing out that the Iranian regime seeks to spread the extremist “Shiite Ideology” to govern the whole world.
In an interview for The Atlantic <link> with Jeffrey Goldberg, Prince Mohammed bin Salman said that the Muslim Brotherhood is trying to use the democratic system to rule states and spread the caliphate in the shadow under their extremist leadership across the globe and then turn into an empire, governed by their (Murshid) guide.
Goldberg said that in his conversation with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, he divided the Middle East into two warring camps: “What he called the “triangle of evil,” consisting of Iran, the Muslim Brotherhood, and extremist groups; and an alliance of self-described moderate states that includes Jordan, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Oman.”
The Crown Prince explained how the triangle of evil exploit Islam, he said: “They are trying to promote the idea that our duty as Muslims is to reestablish the caliphate, to reestablish the mindset of the caliphate—that the glory of Islam is in building an empire by force.
But God didn’t ask us to do this, and the Prophet Muhammad did not ask us to do this. God only asked us to spread the word. And this mission is accomplished. Today, every human has the right to choose their belief. In every country, it is possible to buy religious books.
The message is being delivered. We have no duty anymore to fight to spread Islam. But in the triangle of evil, they want to manipulate Muslims, to tell them their duty as Muslims—their dignity as Muslims —requires the establishment of a Muslim empire.”