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While the Saudi government continues to draw criticism from international rights groups, Prince Mohammed has pushed ahead with reforms since his sudden appointment on June 21.He is widely regarded as being the force behind King Salman's decision last month to lift a long-standing ban on women driving.Additionally, the flight certificate of Al-Qaeda bomb maker Ghassan Al-Sharbi was discovered hidden in an envelope from the Saudi embassy in Washington when they arrested him in 2002.Al-Sharbi, who became an Al Qaeda bombmaker, is believed to have learned how to fly with the 9/11 hijackers but did not take part in the attacks.But that came to a halt as the Al-Sheikh family, which controls religious and social regulation in the kingdom, and the ruling Al-Saud family slowly reinforced the conservative policies Riyadh is known for.'We are returning to what we were before - a country of moderate Islam that is open to all religions, traditions and people around the globe,' he said.The crown prince's statement is the most direct attack by a top official on the Gulf country's influential conservative religious establishment.



British sales of military equipment to Saudi Arabia topped £1.1billion ($1.4billion) for the first half of 2017.Additionally, Saudi Arabia is home to more jihadis who have returned from the war in Syria than almost all other countries, figures revealed this week.Only Turkey and Tunisia are home to more people who travelled to fight for ISIS with some 760 having returned to their homeland, according to a report written by Richard Barrett, a former director of global counter-terrorism at MI6.And the kingdom is 'at the top of the list' of countries exporting extremist Islam to the UK, a report from earlier this year revealed.