Saudi figures in various fields showed solidarity with the Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, on Saturday, after the American intelligence service presented its report to Congress, which estimated the approval of the Crown Prince to “arrest or kill” the journalist Jamal Khashoggi. They have to change their profile pictures on their Twitter page to become the image of Bin Salman.

The Saudi ambassador to Lebanon, Walid al-Bukhari, changed his personal picture on Twitter to become the image of Mohammed bin Salman and published a tweet in which he said to the Saudi crown prince: “You are the regenerator, the hopeful, and the hope,” he said.

For his part, Prince Abdul Rahman bin Musaed took the same step, attaching the photo with the tag “A new picture for the personal file,” he said.

The writer, Wafaa Al-Rasheed, changed her personal image on Twitter to become the image of the Crown Prince, as part of the same solidarity campaign.

And on the tag of “a new profile picture,” other than the poet Fahd Al-Shahrani, his personal photo also becomes the image of the Saudi Crown Prince.

The Saudis launched the tag “We are all Mohammed bin Salman” on Friday, after the content of the US intelligence report was revealed, which estimated the approval of the Saudi crown prince to arrest or kill Khashoggi in 2018.

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