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Please don't call Mohammed Bin Salman "MBS."
Giving a murderer a cool nickname is just wrong and lazy.
What? Politics aside, murderers get nicknames all the time, they're one of the most nicknamed groups in human civilisation. Did you think "Jack the Ripper", "unibomber" or "Dracula" were their real names?
It's not a nickname, it's his initials.
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