As Syrian President Bashar al-Assad remains steadfast in his military resistance against Takfiri militias, Saudi Arabia has been forced to step out of the shadows and thus reveal its true agenda for the region.
Intent on surpassing Iran and Turkey in terms of political, military and economic traction in the greater Middle East, Saudi Arabia has, since 2012 attempted to derail the Islamic Awakening movement to promote instability through the promotion of sectarian-based terror, in a bid to annihilate all those whom the Kingdom feels pose a threat to its hegemonic ambition.
Israeli-Saudi support of FSA rebels One has only to look at Syria to grasp the sheer magnitude of al-Saud’s treason against not only the Arab people but to a greater extent the Islamic Ummah.
The self-proclaimed Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques had been pushing, promoting and implementing “Israel’s” agenda in the Middle East, striving to ignite sectarian strife wherever its Takfiri militias have touched ground, leaving behind trails of despairs and bloodshed.
Three years after a fruit seller set himself alight in Tunisia, in a desperate attempt to denounce tyranny, darkness has descended upon the region, threatening to swallow all Arab people, all faiths and political affiliations confounded.
Lied to, betrayed by those in powers, the Middle East stands a shadow of its former self, its people blinded by western powers’ promises of democracy and self-determination when the end goal is really to enslave and oppress.
Western powers and their regional agents, namely Saudi Arabia and Qatar have systematically fed the propaganda machine, pushing a gullible public to believe in the so-called atrocities of those powers they aimed to crush under their boots.
How can anyone forget Saudi Arabia’s desperate attempt to drive Washington into launching a unilateral military operation in Syria by alleging that President al-Assad had ordered a chemical strike against civilians in Damascus?
Interestingly, back in 2012, Arabi Souri, a political analyst warned that sources in Syria had established that Saudi Arabia and NATO powers were working together toward implementing an elaborated false-flag “chemical weapons attack as a pre-cursor to a NATO intervention.”
He wrote, “A source told Syrian news channel Ad-dounia that a Saudi company had fitted 1400 ambulance vehicles with anti-gas & anti-chemical filtering systems at a cost of $97,000 dollars each, in preparation for a chemical weapons attack carried out by FSA rebels using mortar rounds. A further 400 vehicles have been prepared as troop carriers.
The attack, which will involve the use of white phosphorus, sarin and mustard gas, will be launched on a heavily populated town near the Syria/Jordan border, possibly Daraa, after which the vehicles will pour in under the cover of humanitarian aid.”
Saudi-Israeli cooperation As it turned out; the threat was real. On August 21, 2013, Damascus suffered a chemical attack; nine days later, US Secretary of State John Kerry accused Syrian government troops of having committed a war crime.
We know now that it was a fabrication, a plot aimed at manipulating the public into supporting yet another military intervention in the Middle East; but should Russia had chosen not to oppose al-Saud’s lies, Syria could well have been obliterated.
Syria’s false flag chemical attack’s architect you may ask? Saudi Arabia Intelligence Chief, Prince Bandar bin Sultan.
But Saudi Arabia’s mind games do not stop there.
As per noted by renowned Malaysian cleric, Abdul Hadi Awang, “Saudi Arabia has been influenced by a US and European political game… The Saudis and other Arab countries have turned their lands into Western bases. They do this not to support Islam but to gain power.”
With much clarity Awang warned that should Arabs fail to open their eyes to the truth by standing against those who continue to advocate discord and sully the principles of Islam by justifying murder and atrocities, Muslims, everywhere stand to lose their freedom.
“It is a Western plot to safeguard the interests of “Israel” and the West. They use religion as a tool for this game by using media people and political figures. Malaysia has been influenced as well,” Awang emphasized, calling on both Shia and Sunni to stand together against injustice.
On Sunday, Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei, the leader of Iran Islamic Revolution urged Muslims to counter any factor undermining their unit.
He stressed, “Political, scientific and religious elites bear heavy responsibilities in creating unity in the Muslim communities … Unfortunately certain Muslim governments neglect the consequences of supporting this current Takfiris and do not realize that this fire will eventually burn all of them.”
While refraining from pointing the finger toward Saudi Arabia, Ayatollah Khamenei’s warning is uncompromisingly clear – al-Saud sold out to the West and “Israel” to quench its hegemonic ambitions.
Just a tiger can never change its stripes; the once former bandits of the desert -al-Saud house – have proven to be as treacherous and petty as their ancestors, their hands greedy and their loyalties faltering.
Saudi arabia relations with the US Many, like cleric Awang, have read the writing on the wall and share in the belief that “”Israel” and Saudi Arabia are the two most active terrorist organizations in the Middle East. They have tremendous experience on “Israel” side and they have unlimited funding on Saudi Arabia side.”
Earlier this January Iraq Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki lashed out in anger at those he called the “diabolical and treacherous Arab countries” for spreading sectarian strife across his country. “Iraq is the target for some countries that are backing terrorism, and backing evil,” PM al-Maliki said at a press conference.
Everywhere and every time blood has been spilled in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia and its allies in the region have stood in the shadows, plotting and scheming for the demise of Islam … and yet many remain blind to deceit.
On January 15, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay warned Takfiri militants and armed opposition groups against a “soaring” number of executions in Syria’s north, stressing that such acts could amount to war crimes.
If even western institutions have come to denounce Saudi Arabia’s mercenaries, what doubt can remain of the extent of its guilt?
Source: Al-Ahed news