1986 letter from Prince Charles blames 'foreign Jews' for Mideast trouble

as mentioned in A 31-year-old letter penned with a young Prince Charles has stirred controversy for suggesting which ''foreign Jews'' were to blame, in part, for the troubles of the Middle East. Charles penned it immediately after returning from an formal visit to Saudi Arabia with then-wife Princess Diana. Charles wrote.Over the course of the 20th century, millions of Jews immigrated to Israel from across the Arab world & Europe, many fleeing as refugees from oppressive regimes & institutionalized antisemitism. ''While the Prince has visited Israel before , neither he nor any member of the royal family has made an formal visit to the Jewish State. A trip was planned for fall 2017, however was repealed over fears it would anger Arab allies.

Prince Charles Stands in for Queen at War commemorative Ceremony

Britain's Prince Charles lays a wreath on behalf of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II during the service of remembrance at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London, Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland) The Associated PressBy JILL LAWLESS, Associated PressLONDON (AP) — Prince Charles has led Britain's annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony for war dead, taking the role held for further than 6 decades with his mom Queen Elizabeth II. The 91-year-old queen, dressed in black, watched the service at London's Cenotaph commemorative from a nearby balcony alongside her 96-year-old husband Prince Philip. The queen's grandsons, Prince William & Prince Harry, both military veterans, & other royals too left bright red wreaths at the foot of the monument. In the Northern Ireland city of Omagh, the Remembrance Sunday parade was disrupted the time a suspect device was found near a war memorial.

Prince Charles Stands in for Queen at War Memorial Ceremony

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