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The image of CN tower in Toronto was then reportedly reposted, but without the plane in its upper right corner. The photo was captioned "Sticking one's nose where it doesn't belong".

Saudi Arabia has suspended scholarships to Canada and will relocate students already there, state media said Monday, after the kingdom abruptly cut ties with Ottawa over criticism of its jailing of rights activists.

The Saudi government on Sunday recalled its ambassador to Ottawa, barred Canada's ambassador to Riyadh and placed a ban on new trade, denouncing Canada for urging the release of rights activists.

The Saudi Kingdom was less than thrilled about Canada's "interference", saying it had no business to meddle in its local affairs.

"We're always going to speak up for woman's rights and that's not going to change", she said, adding that it wasn't the first time Canada has spoken out about human rights in Saudi Arabia", she said. "They're friends, they're partners, as is Canada as well".

Many commentators were quick to point out the impropriety of such a tweet that invoked a gruesome incident in the history.

"We'll be looking at scholarships, bursaries ... whether there are any opportunities for grants", McDougall said, adding they could look at employment opportunities at the university - a tactic used in the past.

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But that explanation obviously doesn't hold water for a country that was home to 15 of the 19 9/11 hijackers and funded a "dry run" of the attacks.

"@MrMubin Shaikh said: "The fools at @infographic_ksa should immediately be fired".

The 9/11 attacks were almost 17 years ago, but Arab countries are still threatening similar attacks around the world. That is some GALL, wellll beyond diplomatic comments made about activists. It is unclear how many people this will affect, however, the Vancouver Sun said in 2015 about 5,000 news students arrive from Saudi Arabia each year.

Before shutting down, the site posted: "Earlier we posted an image which was inappropriate, which is why we deleted the post immediately". "The aircraft was meant to symbolise the return of the ambassador", the organisation said in a subsequent tweet. We apologise to anyone who was offended. The Saudi government funds the tuition of many of those students. The Twitter account has been described as "an official government" account in Saudi-owned state media, although the relationship to the Saudi state is not clear. You know, like the images of 9/11/01 terrorist attacks in NY, the Pentagon, and Pennsylvania that are forever burned into our memories at the hands of Saudi Arabian citizens. Fifteen of the hijackers were Saudi nationals.

Meanwhile, the U.S. has asked Riyadh for details on detention of activists.

While department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said US officials have raised human rights concerns with the Saudis in the past, she stressed that Riyadh and Ottawa "need to diplomatically resolve this together".

According to State, the US has asked Saudi Arabia for more information about the detentions, and to publicize details about the status of legal cases.