Can The Crown Prince Change Saudi Culture?
2017-10-27 - al-Jazeerah -  

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In the three years since he emerged as a central player in Saudi Arabia's government, Muhammad bin Salman bin Abd al-Aziz has seemed to be a young man in a hurry. The 32-year-old was officially named crown prince of Saudi Arabia earlier this year, but well before that, he had announced broad plans to transform both Saudi Arabia's culture and its economy. At a conference this week in Riyadh, the prince made headlines by calling for the Kingdom to "return to moderate Islam".
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