SIEGEL: A moment ago when you ticked off the countries where leaders should learn lessons of what's happened, you spoke of Libya, Yemen and Syria. You didn't mention Bahrain, which is Saudi Arabia's neighbor, where the Saudis have intervened on behalf of the Bahraini leadership. What's different about Bahrain? Why isn't that the same situation?
Prince ALWALEED BIN TALAL: Oh, for sure, Bahrain cannot be compared to what happened in Egypt, Tunis and what's happening right now in Libya, Syria and Yemen. The Bahraini matter is very much sectarian and very much triggered by our common - I would say not enemy, but at least our adversary, Iran.