King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia
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By Mohamed Khodr
“To plunder, to slaughter, to steal, these things they misname empire; and where they make a wilderness, they call it peace”.
–Tacitus: First Century Roman Senator and Historian
“Remember that all through history. there have been tyrants and murderers and for a time they seem invincible but in the end, they always fall — think of it, ALWAYS.”
The Axis of Evil that threatens Islam and World Peace
ISRAEL – SAUDI ARABIA – UNITED STATES.
Hail to Saudi Arabia:
The Exporter of Oil, Freedom, Democracy, Wahabism, Regime Change, Wars, and Terrorism. Killing Muslims to appease Israel and America.
WARNING to the Saudi Royal Family: It’s Time to Regime Change You.
According to the truest “Axis of Evil” of all – Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the United States – Freedom and Democracy in the Muslim world means never threaten, oppose, or criticize the hegemonic agenda of this Evil Axis to invade, occupy, slaughter, steal, plunder bribe, corrupt, and manipulate any Muslim nation or organization. This triad of evil agrees that ISLAM is a threat to their economic political and military interests.
Thus even when democratically elected Muslim parties, like the Muslim Brotherhood, in Egypt, in Algeria, Gaza, Bahrain, Jordan, Sudan, Morocco, Tunis, Pakistan, and Indonesia; the triad of evil do everything feasible to overthrow and overturn such elections. Not only that but they imprison these men and women, torture them, even kill them in prison as occurred recently in Egypt where 35 members of the Muslim Brotherhood died in prison.
All three work together to establish compliant dictators and tyrants who will implement their agendas as his highest priority.
All three agree that the “war on terror” should continue until every “Islamist” and any opponent of Israel is dead or imprisoned.
–President Bush called the illegal invasion of Iraq a CRUSADE.
–For Israeli leaders Islam is the foremost enemy.
“We Fear Nothing but Islam”. – David Ben Gurion
“The religion of Islam is our only enemy”. – Yitzhak Rabin
“We will not feel secure until Islam puts away its sword”. – Shimon Peres –
(As quoted in Edward Said’s book, “Covering Islam: How the Media and the Experts Determine How We See the Rest of the World.” First Vintage Books, 1997, page xxxiii
In the opinion of a large majority of Arabs Saudi Arabia is the greatest threat to their political, economic, and religious freedom. It’s decades long meddling in the Arab world that has inflamed both inter-Arab and civil wars, Saudi Arabia with its enormous wealth and backing by the U.S. has been the major player of widespread instability in the region.
Brief History of Saudi Arabia:
Prior to the founding of Saudi Arabia in 1932 the land was called the Arabian Peninsula for many centuries. It was a land of many tribes, nomads, and farmers.
In the 16th Century, the Ottoman Turks conquer the western portion of the Arabian Peninsula which included the two holy cities of Mecca and Medina. The Ottomans remained in the Peninsula until the end of World War I.
In the 18th Century a strategic alliance between the founder of the Wahabi movement, Muhammad ibn Abd-al-Wahhab, and the Saud family developed and a dangerous marriage of convenience between the political ambitions of the Saud Family and Wahabism’s zeal to spread its beliefs to the Muslim world given that the Islam practiced by Non-Wahabis is false and wrong and as such Muslims around the world are disbelievers and must be converted to the only right form of Islam which is Wahabism. Historically Wahabis have committed deadly atrocities against Muslims, especially Shia Muslims since they are considered Non-Muslims or Kaffirs.
In 1902 Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud conquered his family’s ancestral city of Riyadh from the Al Rashids, a dynastic family. He successfully rallied many tribes to support him and by 1932 had conquered all of Arabia. Since then the country is called the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its official religion is Wahabism. In 1938 Oil was discovered by an American Company transforming a poor desert nation into one of the richest in the world.
Please Watch this Video on the History of Saudi Arabia and the beginning of its relationship with the United States in a meeting between President Franklin D. Roosevelt and King Abdul Aziz Al Saud.
Despite the trillions of dollars generated by oil for Saudi Arabia and the Gulf nations, the Arab and Muslim masses who live as refugees, in poverty, illiteracy, lack of decent housing or health care, and are vastly unemployed have only received a drop in the bucket from such incredible wealth.
In fact these Arab oil producing nations are far more generous in helping American victims of disasters such as the victims of Hurricane Katrina than help Muslims who suffer even greater natural disasters.
These tyrannical nations prefer to employ millions of workers from India and South East Asia than hire the vastly unemployed Arabs in the region.
Saudi Arabia has the distinction of:
Ø Only nation named after a family, the Saud Royal Family.
Ø The ONLY Muslim nation that follows Wahabism.
Ø Is the largest producer and exporter of Oil in the world with about one fifth of the world’s oil reserves.
Ø Has the world’s fourth largest reserve of Natural Gas.
Ø The most hated and despised Muslim nation by worldwide Muslims.
Ø The primary American puppet government in a “quid pro quo” relationship as agreed to by President Franklin Roosevelt and King Abdul Aziz ibn Saud. “we’ll protect you, you will supply us with oil”
Saudi Arabia’s estimated GDP for 2012 (CIA) is over $727 Billion. All that money is owned and controlled by one family, the Saudi Royal Family.
There is no greater hypocrisy, corruption, mass theft and embezzlement of money, double standards, extraordinarily lavish spending, and immoral deviant behavior by any government or royal family then the Saudi Royal family.
In the brief video below you will hear Prince Bandar ibn Sultan, while Ambassador to the U.S., ADMIT that the family is corrupt and embezzles billions of dollars for their personal use. .His answer to such charges: SO WHAT.
Why Saudi Arabia is taking a risk by backing the Egyptian coup
King Abdullah fears the Muslim Brotherhood, which challenges the kingdom’s claim to be the protector of Islam
Muslim Brotherhood supporters in Cairo protest against the ousting of the Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi. Photograph: Mahmud Khaled/AFP/Getty Images
It took almost 60 years for the CIA to own up to its role in the British-backed coup that overthrew Iran’s prime minister Mohammed Mossadegh on August 19, 1953. But Saudi Arabia’s backing for the recent Egyptian coup, which its head of intelligence, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, had worked so tirelessly to achieve, was instantaneous. When Adli Mansour, the former head of Egypt’s supreme court, was sworn in as interim president, King Abdullah sent him a message praising the Egyptian army for having saved the country from a dark tunnel.
The Saudi monarch followed this up last Friday with a speech whose bluntness was atypical of the man. “Let the entire world know,” he proclaimed “that the people and government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia stood and still stand today with our brothers in Egypt against terrorism, extremism and sedition, and against whomever is trying to interfere in Egypt’s internal affairs.” This was unusual, not only because Abdullah was aiming his words at his other ally, the United States, and the Gulf state’s regional rival Qatar, whom he accused of “fanning the fire of sedition and promoting terrorism, which they claim to be fighting”. It was rare because the monarch, who prefers behind the scenes diplomacy, was so explicit.
The kingdom has backed its words with money, and oil. It has already put together an $12bn (£7.7bn) aid package along with the UAE and Kuwait which is four times as much as the military and economic grants from the US and the EU combined ($1.5bn and $1.3bn respectively). On his return from meeting the French president at the weekend, the foreign minister, Saudi al-Faisal, vowed to compensate Egypt for any loss of EU or US money. Barack Obama’s impotence in the Middle East is being paraded by the US’s closest Arab military ally.
Prince Bandar has also been to Moscow. Being on opposite sides of the civil war in Syria (the kingdom is seeking the fall of Bashar al-Assad, who Russia supports militarily) was no impediment to a productive visit. Both sides agreed to keep the oil price high, found common ground in their hatred for the Muslim Brotherhood, whom top Russian Arabists in the ministry of foreign affairs equate with Islamic extremists. Russia feels it has every reason to fear political Islam, with a population of indigenous Muslims from the Caucasus, which is rising as a proportion of the Russian Federation’s total population, and expected to hit 19m or 14% of the population by 2020. “Are you mad?” an MFA official told his US counterpart “to support the guys with beards over the guys with ties?”.
Why has the kingdom, famed for its caution on the diplomatic stage, put all its eggs in one basket, which, considering the volatility in Egypt, remains fragile and unpredictable. Who knows which side in Egypt will prevail, and if that is so, why back the coup leader General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi so publicly? Sisi thanked the kingdom in fulsome terms. He said that the Saudi intervention was unprecedented since the Yom Kippur 1973 war with Israel. Praise indeed.
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