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  1. Saudi Crown pricne said: Prince Mohammed bin Salman said in a television interview broadcast on Tuesday that his country could crush Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen where a Saudi-led military coalition is fighting to restore the government of president Abdrabu Mansur Hadi. Asked if Saudi Arabia was ready to open a direct dialogue with Tehran, Prince Mohammed said it was impossible to talk with a power that was planning for the return of the Imam Mahdi. Shiites believe Imam Mahdi was a descendant of the Prophet Mohammed who went into hiding 1,000 years ago and will return to establish global Islamic rule before the end of the world. "How do you have a dialogue with this (Iran)?" Prince Mohammed said. "Its (Iran’s) logic is that the Imam Mahdi will come and they must prepare the fertile environment for the arrival of the awaited Mahdi and they must control the Muslim world." Under Iran’s constitution, in place since the 1979 revolution, the country’s supreme leader is the earthly representative of the Imam until his return. http://www.thenational.ae/world/middle-east/saudi-arabias-prince-mohammed-bin-salman-rules-out-dialogue-with-iran Trump to visit Saudi capital Riyadh to meet 50 countries alliance. The summit agenda is expected to focus on combating Islamist militants and the growing regional influence of Iran. Mr Trump has been a fierce critic of the Iran deal which eased sanctions in return for a curb on its nuclear activities. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-39979189 so modern day Saqifa is in process to deny the Chosen representative Mahdi and his supporters and those awaiting for him.
  2. The truth of wars in the world.
  3. So, i want to perform a social experiment. I want to gather as much ridiculous Wahabi Fatwas as possible that we see online. And trust me i have seen some really out of this world and totally just crazy, crazy fatwas by these Wahabi Thugs. The only condition is that they have to be in video format and if possible with English translations for all of us to enjoy the monkey show. #5291 - Saudi Cleric Ali Al-Malki: West Tampers with Burgers, Whiskey to Induce Birth of Girls among Muslims (Archival) http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/5291.htm - This idiot read an article in China, never mentions the articles name, no source, who wrote it, who translated it, what exactly was mentioned in article but is willing to testify in front of God on day of judgement that since he read it in an article it must be true. I mean i am lost with words to be able to describe the shallowness of the intellect of this man and these are men who declare us Kafir and pray for us in the mosques to die and rot in hell.
  4. (bismillah) (salam) - Sudan has closed all Iranian cultural centres in the country and expelled the cultural attache and other diplomats, a government source has said, without giving an explanation for the move. - Khartoum closes cultural centres and gives Iran's diplomats 72 hours to get out. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa/2014/09/sudan-orders-iranian-diplomats-leave-201492141938226714.html http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/sep/02/sudan-expels-iranian-diplomats-closes-cultural-centres Iran has Shia cultural centers all over the Sunni Majority countries but the Iranian Sunnis are not allowed operate in major Shia cities in Iran let alone the foreigners, they are not even allowed to have a proper Mosque in Tehran. The thing that caught my attention was the reaction of Iranian Sunnis, I am quoting from their facebook page:
  5. This is the place where The Battle of Khaybar was fought in the year 629 between Muslims and the Jews living in the oasis of Khaybar http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNvOSFsJtkE As Imam Ali(a.s.) led the Islamic forces to the strongest fort of Khyber named QAMOOS and when they came near, the battle was started by the Jews. One of their strongest man, Haris, attacked and martyred two Muslims after which Imam Ali(a.s.) took on Haris and killed him instantly. He was followed by the strongest man among the Jews - Marhab. Marhab faced the same fate. His body was equally divided into two parts by the zulfiqar of Imam Ali(a.s.). After this, general battle started. The Muslim forces fought with a lot of courage under the leadership of Imam Ali(a.s.). Upon realizing that they were losing the battle, the Jews started running towards the fort and closed the huge iron gate of the fort from inside. This was the gate which used to be opened and closed by 40 strong men. Imam Ali(a.s.) alone lifted and broke the gate in one strong jolt. He then used the same gate to make a bridge on a trench so that the Islamic forces could enter the fort and conquer it. The remaining frightful Jews cried of mercy and Imam Ali(a.s.) ordered to stop the battle and declare peace for them who had surrendered. One after the other, the muslim fighters under the leadership of Imam Ali(a.s.) conquered various forts of this stronghold and completed the grand victory of Islamic forces over the Jews.
  6. Saudi Arabia Under West’s Microscope - Part I Nedal Hamadeh The French Foreign Ministry has requested researchers for five studies on one question: Why has not the Saudi street moved yet? Nowadays, busy circles in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in France are unprecedentedly and actively pursuing the fast moving events in the Arab world, especially in the Middle East. Paris, stumbling since the beginning of the events and the Arab revolutions, is trying to gingerly work over these days. This is what is shown in dealing with the Syrian affair despite some statements here and there most of which are connected with internal squabbles in the house of the French decision making over what is going on in the Arab world. It seems that the French have decided to adopt a new policy namely the principle of reading what may happen or to prognosticate events that might be useful and beneficial for the role that France is considering to play in the " the evolving new Arab world, " as it was called by one of the diplomats working in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France. This French stand has induced the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France to request researchers at five different research centers and French universities to put forward five studies about the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia examining one question:" Why have not the Saudi masses moved out till today?" This question was reported by a researcher in the Middle East affairs at one of the French universities, who will participate in finalizing one of those studies which are urgently requested to be ready soon. The intensified logic of the events in the Arab region has induced the French politicians to question the real reason preventing the Saudi masses from moving out in the streets till now; mainly, first, because of the economic importance of this country, as it is known for all; second, its being the only Arab ally on whom the West depends in annoying Iran, the target of the Western countries and Israel which endeavor to prevent it from completing and developing its nuclear program; third, because of Saudi Arabia's commitment not to incite against Israel and refraining from using oil as a weapon in particular. Simultaneously, in connection with the Saudi affairs, and contrary to declared statements, major concern prevails in the French political circles about Saudi military intervention in Bahrain, which the French foreign policy stakeholders consider a reckless Saudi measure which will eventually serve the interest of Iran. They also consider such a measure will make Iran conceive of the Saudi Royal family feet sinking in the quicksand of the region, and that Iran is waiting for the opportunity and appropriate time to make Saudi Arabia pay for what it has done, according to an academic French source concerned about the affairs in the region. The French evaluation for the Saudi error in Bahrain, though it is not public, is not far from that of Iran's, which once described that intervention in Bahrain as a strategic awful error committed by Saudi Arabia. In addition, the conviction of the French says that the Saudi American relations as well as those of the Saudi European ones cannot go on with changes arising in the Arab region in case the Saudi regime remained on its current structure. France has also disagreement and reproach for Saudi Arabia resulting from the American - British veto on the sale of the French weapons; this makes France "Sarkozy", which relied heavily on Saudi Arabia in the marketing of aircraft Rafale, the French fighter in the Gulf, frustrated by the unlimited dependence and pledge of Saudi officials to everything America says, especially the weapons issue. "Saudi Arabia will not remain safe from the drastic changes despite its preemptive offensive in Bahrain and its intensive attempts to maintain, Ali Abdullah Saleh in Yemen." Thus say the majority of the French who have a direct relationship with the files of the Arab region; However, the timing of the movement, how it will spread, and where it is going to start remain the subject of the question. Because all of this could determine the outcome of any change both internally and externally, noting the surge in the transfer of funds from Saudi Arabia to abroad since the crisis in Bahrain, and this surge in money transfers according to French sources, includes dozens of princes in the Saudi royal family. Saudi Arabia under the West’s Microscope - Part II Nidal Hamadeh Part Two: The Reasons Why the Western Empathy and Interest Are Wearing off No sooner do you talk of Saudi Arabia in France than will the arguer think of Qatar. The echo of the invisible war between the two regimes has gone out of the ruling palaces and has reached the parlors of the Decision makers in the West. Although Saudi Arabia's officials have always underestimated Qatar and their Qatari peers before the West, the westerners have, simultaneously, always been following with interest everything released by Al-Jazeera Channel particularly that this channel has exclusively broadcast Osama Bin Laden statements, and it has placed Iraq as a priority in its coverage of the events supported by numerous work teams and gigantic capacities. Thus, due to Al-Jazeera success, there has been an influence on the view of the West toward the Gulf Arab countries particularly toward Saudi Arabia which is not considered anymore the only weighty force in the order of the emirates and the Gulf Sheikdoms. Subsequently, the role of Qatar has started to surface because of Al-Jazeera needed by the West, particularly, the U.S.A. to dampen, on one hand, the occupation in Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine and to gradually allow the incursions of the American political motives, on the other hand. This has been what evoked the Saudi wrath against Qatar; as a result, the Saudi officials have never attenuated instigating their peers in the West against Qatar. Such an act occurred several times in a private conversation with President Jacques Chirac of France as mentioned in the book "Dans le Secret des President" or " The Secrets of Presidents" by the French writer and journalist Mr. Vincent Nouzille; also, as Richard Lapavier the author of " The Secret Story of 1559 Resolution." In this context, the instigation triggered by the Saudis has extended to the U.S.A. and Britain. However, the western decision making circles, which have been working on making of Saudi Arabia a deterring force against Iran in the region after the Turks had refused negotiating the idea, have started to seriously consider and talk over the advantages of the Saudi model in the Arab region particularly after the Saudi military interference in Yemen which has shown the limitation of the Saudi military and political force in spite of the gigantic financial capacities. In this context, Fatiha Dazi, Senior Analyst Arabian Peninsula, Doctor in Political Science, Middle East Desk, Delegation of Strategic Affairs, Political Department, Dr. Fatiha Dazi-Heni Ministry of Defence, Paris, and author of the book " The Kingdoms of the Gulf" wrote that Saudi Arabia is a very affluent country, nevertheless, abundant affluence alone can never produce a strategic and significant role for such countries. Such fallback in the importance of the Saudi ruling regime was not limited to what was mentioned earlier, yet it reached the point of the conviction of the elite political figures in the West that the Saudi royal family has been the origin of extremism and its nurturing in the Islamic regions, in addition to its being based on a non-viable model of governance for long. This has been indicated by French Secret Service Head Alan Chouet of the (DGSE) who in turn lashed out an offense against the Saud royal family and the ruling regime in the Saudi Arab Kingdom accusing them of patronizing violence and that THEY are the country of extremism and Islamic fanaticism, not Iran or Iraq. He added at a conference held at the French Senate House and attended by several French, European, and American experts and titled "The Middle East during the Nuclear Time," one of whose lecturers was Mr. Khafier Solana, the previous General Secretary of NATO and the previous Commissioner of the European Diplomacy, along with several Arab and foreign diplomats in Paris, and in the presence of the ex-Secretary of State Mrs. Madeleine Albright: "This family has ruled since 1926 and has relied on the legitimacy of the sacred shrines and on escalating Islamic extremism and fanaticism in its governance after it had removed the Hashemites, the historically legal rulers and administrators for the sacred shrine affairs." The truth is that this Saudi family is the foundation of violence in the Islamic regions because it has relied on its continuity in ruling on the logic of extremism and auctioneering over others in every Islamic issue; all of this has been done in the hope of subduing any internal protesting movement and encountering others externally such as Iran or Iraq during Saddam Hussein's regime. In the light of lacking the human resources and because of the absence of an industrial infrastructure in Saudi Arabia, the Saudi family has relied in its political administration on paying funds, by funding societies and groups holding violent and extremist beliefs all over the world. However, the real reason for stability in Saudi Arabia and for the stable Saudi family regime originates from the agreement made in 1945 between the King( Abdel A'ziz Al Saud) and the American president (Franklin Roosevelt), which stated American protection for the Saudi regime in exchange of a guarantee by the ruling family to keep the oil flowing to America." Here Choeut words end. Now and after the Arab revolutions encompassing the Arab region, there is a geo-political redesign for the map both regionally and internationally according to the French Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Alain Juppé. The features of this aggressive map, as seen by the elite in the West, does not fit with the continuity of the regime in Saudi Arabia in its present form, because the Arab changes due would make the western countries' support for this regime a heavy burden on them, which subsequently would mean more hostility against the Arab nations, which in turn never fear their regimes anymore. "Undoubtedly, the changes are going to extend to Saudi Arabia," a French academic expert in the Arab affairs says adding, " The new concepts and the current variables must collide on with the Saudi hard regime and they will topple it."
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