Saudi’s with a lot of oil money, too little to do, and too much Shia racism are behind the militant invasion into Syria. The loudest voices for an intervention into Syria comes from Sunni’s. Let’s not forget that Sunni Muslims were responsible for 70% of all terrorism around the world in 2011. That wahhabi mentality and culture kill more people than any other conflict existing anywhere. And it kills more Muslims than anything else in the world. The hate ideology of the Sunni’s is churned out in mosque after mosque across the entire Middle East, indoctrinating children as small as 3 to hate other people.
But now that same hate, funded by Saudi and Qatari oil money, is coming back to bite the hand that fed it.
A 2012 U.S. government report has found that around 3,500 “extremist” clerics in Saudi Arabia were “dismissed” since 2003, al-Hayat newspaper reported on Sunday. Dismissed meaning they have disappeared and are believed to have been jailed or executed. These imam’s tend to be Muslim Brotherhood supporters; the mother ship of all terror organizations. Stirring up insurgencies in Arabia, kept quiet by the media,
While the Arab world is in knots over their leaders being ‘puppets’ in the hands of America, when it comes to middle eastern conflicts it’s completely the opposite: Obama is being fed Sunni propaganda against Shia Muslims. Saudi’s Prince Bandar’s intelligence agency alerted Western allies to the alleged use of sarin gas by the Syrian regime in February.
Appointed by the Saudi king, his uncle, last year as the head of the Saudi General Intelligence Agency, Prince Bandar has reportedly for months been focused exclusively on garnering international support, including arms and training, for Syrian rebel factions in pursuit of the eventual toppling of President Bashar al-Assad.
While a trip earlier this month to the Kremlin to try to cajole President Vladimir Putin into withdrawing his support for President Assad reportedly failed, Prince Bandar automatically has greater leverage in Western capitals, not least because of friendships forged during his time in Washington. His most recent travels, rarely advertised, have taken him to both London and Paris for discussions with senior officials.
As ambassador, Prince Bandar left an imprint that still has not quite faded. His voice was one of the loudest urging the United States to invade Iraq in 2003. In the 1980s, Prince Bandar became mired in the Iran-Contra scandal in Nicaragua.
We have no business in Saudi’s genocide of other people. Obama’s persistence to listen to the warmongering Saudi’s is a crime of the worse degree.
Remember the petrified little toddler living in the Deir ez-Zor Governate in eastern Syria, bordering Iraq? She was tied up by members of the U.S.-supported “Free Syrian Army” — which is dominated by foreign, Sunni jihadis — and made to watch as her mother and father were killed for being Shia. Here is how the Obama administration is using your tax dollars — mockingly in the name of “freedom.”
Al-Qaeda Vows to Slaughter Christians After U.S. ‘Liberates’ Syria
While U.S. leaders continue pushing for war against the Syrian government, today “Al-Qaeda-linked rebels,” reports AP, “launched an assault on a regime-held Christian mountain village in the densely populated west of Syria and new clashes erupted near the capital, Damascus, on Wednesday… In the attack on the village of Maaloula, rebels commandeered a mountaintop hotel and nearby caves and shelled the community below, said a nun, speaking by phone from a convent in the village. She spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals.”
Arabic news agency Al Hadath gives more information concerning this latest terror attack on Syria’s Christians, specifically how the al-Qaeda linked rebels “terrorized the Christians, threatening to be avenged on them after the triumph of the revolution.”
Thus al-Qaeda terrorists eagerly await U.S. assistance against the Syrian government, so they can subjugate if not slaughter Syria’s Christians, secularists, and non-Muslims — even as the Obama administration tries to justify war on Syria by absurdly evoking the “human rights” of Syrians on the one hand, and lying about al-Qaeda’s presence in Syria on the other.