Is that Wine Being Served in Saudi Arabia?

Former COAS of Pakistan Raheel Sharif enjoying Wine with Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman

This picture was shared on Twitter where it appears that Former COAS of Pakistan – Raheel Sharif appears to be enjoying wine with Jared Kushner (Donald Trump’s Son in Law) and Saudi Crown Prince  Muhammad Bin Salman.

Former COAS of Pakistan General Raheel Sharif was pictured alongside Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner at the US Arab-Islamic Summit in Saudi Arabia’s capital, Riyadh. American President Donald Trump and important members of his administration were recently in Riyadh to attend the event. Donald Trump chose his first international visit to Saudi Arabia where he is speculated to sign a contract worth USD100B in the arms deal. Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was also present at the event and was most much to be seen in pictures.


This visit was intended to improve collaboration between the US and the Islamic nations in the fight against extremism. Donald Trump’s travel to Saudi Arabia will be followed by trips to Israel, Italy, and Belgium.

Is that wine or apple juice that is being served on the table cannot be verified. However, It is illegal to produce, import or consume alcohol in the Kingdon of Sauri Arabia. Saudi Arabia is home of Mecca and Madina which are considered the holiest sites in Islam and there are severe punishments for those caught consuming, making or importing alcohol.


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