Who is a terrorist? Is it someone who kills innocent people or someone who defends his legitimate rights? The Saudi regime is known to sponsor terrorist outfits worldwide yet it has the gall to declare the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt a “terrorist” organization. The Bedouins from Nejd that have illegally occupied the Arabian Peninsula are financing the murderous thugs in uniform, the Egyptian military, with $15 billion in aid.
Saturday March 08, 2014, 15:57 EST
Taking a leaf from their imperialist and Zionist masters’ handbook, the Saudi regime has declared the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) of Egypt a “terrorist” organization.
Also included in the list are Al-Nusra Front, which is Al-Qaeda's official Syrian affiliate, and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). The Saudis have created another terrorist outfit calling it by the inappropriate name, the Islamic Front, to continue terrorist attacks in Syria.
It is, however, the Saudis’ designation of the MB as a “terrorist” organization that exposes the Nejdi Bedouin clan’s true intentions. One is forced to ask: what terrorist acts has the MB participated in? Further, the Egyptian military murdered several thousand of MB members and supporters after its coup in July 2013.
The military overthrew the first-ever legitimately elected government in the entire history of Egypt. The Saudi regime was the first to congratulate the murderers in uniform as well as pledge $15 billion in aid.
This not only makes the Egyptian military a bunch of terrorist murderers but also makes the Saudi regime a sponsor of terrorists. In fact, the Saudi regime knows only one game: how to create and train terrorists that they unleash on innocent Muslims worldwide.
Al Qaeda was a Saudi creation; the murderous thugs unleashed on the Syrian people or those on the Iraqi people are all backed by the Saudi regime. At the end of July 2013, when then Saudi Intelligence chief Bandar bin Sultan met Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Saudi told him that his government would restrain Chechen terrorists if Moscow withdrew its support from the Bashar al-Asad government in Syria.
Putin showed him the door and today, Bandar is no longer chief of Saudi (non)-intelligence.
That, however, does not matter. Regardless of who is in charge of the file, the Saudis are consumed by hatred of those they disagree with and will spare no effort to cause them harm.
The Muslim Brotherhood are the Saudis’ latest though not the only victim. It will be interesting to see whether the MB will learn any lessons from this episode and cut off all links with the obscurantist Wahhabis from Nejd where they burn girls alive and chop ordinary people’s heads for minor offences as a matter of routine.
At the same time, the Saudi regime ordered all its citizens fighting abroad to return home within 15 days or face prosecution and imprisonment.
Few are likely to take heed and if any return, they will most probably take up arms against the barbaric regime in Riyadh.
Two other groups, the Houthis of northern Yemen, and an internal Shia group called Hezbollah in the Hijaz, have also been declared “terrorist” organizations.
In December 2009, when the Saudi forces invaded north Yemen, the Houthi tribesmen gave them a hiding and captured hundreds of Saudi soldiers. The Saudi regime had to pay millions of dollars in compensation to retrieve its soldiers.