When a puppet regime leads other puppets, the result is often disastrous. The Saudi regime of Najdi Bedouins cut off relations with Islamic Iran followed by their puppets in Bahrain and Sudan. The crime was committed by the Najid Bedouins in unjustly executing a respected alim and human rights activist, Sheikh Nimr al Nimr. The Najdi Bedouins will pay a heavy price for this crime.
Monday January 4, 2016, 21:39 EST
Amid growing condemnation of the Saudi regime’s execution of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr on January 2, the rulers in Riyadh and their puppets have gone berserk. Their criminal conduct in executing the respected scholar and human rights activist has been compounded by cutting off diplomatic ties with the Islamic Republic.
The Najdi Bedouins in Riyadh cut off diplomatic relations with Tehran on Sunday night following attack on the Saudi embassy in the Iranian capital by protesters earlier in the day. The police immediately responded and arrested more than 50 protesters.
Two other Saudi puppets—Bahrain and Sudan—followed suit to appease their paymaster and announced cutting off diplomatic ties with Tehran. Bahrain is little more than a Saudi brothel while Sudan is a basket case that depends of Saudi largesse.
Another Saudi ally, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) downgraded its relations and recalled its ambassador but did not cut off diplomatic ties.
For the Najdi savages, the spontaneous attack on their embassy was used as an excuse to divert attention from their own barbaric act of executing a respected alim that drew widespread condemnation globally including by Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch. Both organizations condemned the deeply flawed and arbitrary decision handed down by the kangaroo court in Saudi Arabia against Sheikh Nimr.
Protests condemning the execution of Sheikh Nimr have been held in such places as the US, Canada, UK, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, India and parts of Africa. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki moon also criticized the execution and called for calm. In a surprise announcement, even the US expressed unhappiness at what their ally had done.
The US urged both sides to exercise restraint and not allow the crisis to spiral out of control that would adversely affect other developments in the region, notably in Yemen and Syria. Earlier today, a White House spokesman called on both countries to "show some restraint and to not further inflame tensions that are on quite vivid display in the region."
The Najdi Bedouins’ Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir in announcing cutting off diplomatic relations with Tehran said trade and air traffic links would also be stopped with Iran.
It is natural to ask why the Najdi Bedouins took the drastic step of executing the respected alim, Sheikh Nimr? He was among 47 people that were executed in 12 different locations across the desert kingdom. Most of the others were accused of links with al Qaeda and terror-related offences.
The Najdi Bedouins are in panic. Internally, there is great unease at the failed policies both in Syria and Yemen. Even more worrying for the Bedouins is the fact that they and their Zionist allies have failed in sabotaging the Iran-US nuclear deal.
While things could still go wrong with the deal, the Saudis clearly feel their longtime masters, the Americans, have left them out in the cold (or in the desert, depending on the metaphor one wishes to use). They feel jilted and abandoned.
The Saudi-Zionist duo are hitting out at the peripheries where prominent revolutionary personalities are leading Islamic movements. All of them are allies because Iran happens to be the leading edge of the Islamic movement.
This occurred in Nigeria where the Islamic movement led by Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky was attacked. More than 1,000 people were killed. It was followed a few days later by an Israeli missile strike outside Damascus that killed Samir Kuntar and now the Saudis have executed Sheikh Nimr.
What the Saudi-Zionist duo fail to realize is that the killing of leading personalities does not end movements. Such barbaric actions create more fervor among people and a thousand more revolutionaries are born to take on the challenge.
The Najdi Bedouins have definitely short-circuited their own tortuous existence. They are thrashing about like a wounded beast. The more they continue on this path, the sooner they will bring about their own demise.