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Sleep with Saudi Dogs, Wake Up with Wahhabi Terrorists

Posted by feww on June 7, 2017

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Early Dividends of the US Fake President’s Love Affair with Sheikh Salman, et al.

Terrorists have killed 12, and wounded dozens in Tehran attacks. The Islamic State (ISIL) has claimed responsibility.

Let’s hope Trump-Pence are removed from office soon, and the Saudi royal family are neutralized, before they can organize the next waves of Wahhabi terrorists to strike the homeland. And it’s only a matter of time before they would attempt to fulfill their satanic obligation…

[Prepared by an affiliated team of political scientists.]

  • Reports Saudi Arabia 01 – 23 are available from FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

Background:

Iran’s revolutionary guard lashed out at Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, hours after 12 people were killed and 42 others were wounded in devastating attacks on two potent symbols in Tehran, the capital: Iran’s Parliament and the mausoleum of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.”

In a statement, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps faulted both Saudi Arabia and the United States government: “The public opinion of the world, especially Iran, recognizes this terrorist attack — which took place a week after a joint meeting of the U.S. president and the head of one of the region’s backward governments, which constantly supports fundamentalist terrorists — as very significant,” clearly referring to Saudi Arabia. The statement also acknowledged the Islamic State’s claim of responsibility.”

Shortly after Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia, police in Bahrain, a tiny country ruled by Saudi-backed minority Sunni thugs, and  a member of the Gulf alliance, raided a prominent Shiite cleric’s hometown, arresting nearly 300 people in an assault that killed five protesters. “The tiny island-state hosting the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet and heavily supported by neighboring Saudi Arabia long has accused Iran of arming Shiite militants and seeking to foment unrest.”

“Tensions have also risen in Saudi Arabia’s oil-rich Eastern Province between [majority] Shiite activists and security forces there.”

“Hard-line royal elements who favor tougher action against Shiite protests may regard President Trump’s (comments) in Riyadh as permission to escalate,” Simon Henderson of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy wrote after the Bahrain raid. It “could have dangerous consequences for both Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.”

The ridiculous Qatar episode followed soon after.

The Qatar crisis: A ‘win-win’ for the United States?

“The underlying Saudi and Emirati grievances with Qatar have been lingering for a while, but the real catalyst of this week’s crisis is the new US administration,” wrote Chris Davidson, who teaches politics at Durham University in England.

“Notably, in the wake of the Arab spring, which witnessed the brief resurgence of the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist groups, both Saudi Arabia and the UAE had identified such forces as potential existential threats to their own regimes, not only because the Brotherhood enjoyed much support amongst their own conservative populations, but also because it offered the region an alternative Islamic governance model that dispensed with the need for hereditary monarchies.”

“The Saudi and UAE-organized coup d’état in Egypt in 2013 was supposed to have put the Brotherhood and Qatar back in their places,” he wrote.

“Pundits have put forward a number of reasons as to why the escalation has happened right now.

“Many, for example, have pointed to a strengthening relationship between Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE, and their common goal of cutting off Qatari assistance to Hamas. Certainly, Qatar’s hosting of a Hamas conference last month did not go down well, and perhaps helps explain why — according to the leaked emails of the UAE’s ambassador to the U.S. — a recent high profile anti-Qatar symposium was staged by a major Washington-based, pro-Israel think tank.”

“Even if the Donald Trump team has clearly been trying to fleece Saudi Arabia out of its remaining assets by getting the kingdom to buy up weapons it can ill-afford, and even getting it to invest in U.S. physical infrastructure at a time when it really needs to be investing in its own infrastructure, there has nonetheless been a strong feeling in Riyadh that the new White House is a going to be a much firmer ally than the previous U.S. presidency.”

 

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