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Keyword: Turki al-Faisal

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News & Analysis

Bani Qaynuqa‘, Bani al-Nadir, and Bani Qurayzah back in Madinah!

Tahir Mustafa

Dhu al-Qa'dah 29, 14372016-09-01

The Zionists are not shy about declaring that hundreds of thousands of Israelis have been visiting ‘Saudi’ Arabia even though the two regimes have no formal diplomatic relations. We need to bear in mind that Zionist maps show Makkah and Madinah as part of ‘Greater Israel’.

News & Analysis

Saudi hostility to Islamic Iran intensifies

Waseem Shehzad

Shawwal 27, 14372016-08-01

The Najdi Bedouins have gone berserk in their hostility to the Islamic Republic of Iran. They are now openly courting terrorists.

Daily News Analysis

Bani Saud openly side with terrorists against Iran

Crescent International

Shawwal 06, 14372016-07-11

The Najdi Bedouins are so consumed by hatred of Islamic Iran that they have openly embraced the well known terrorist group, the Mujahideen-e Khalq organization (MKO) better known as Munafiqeen. This was evident at a Paris rally on July 9 that the group organized at which the former Saudi intelligence chief, Prince Turki al-Faisal also spoke, calling for the overthrow of the Islamic government in Iran.

Main Stories

Najdi Bedouins’ alliance with the Zionists out in the open

Yusuf Dhia-Allah

Ramadan 14, 14362015-07-01

They have no diplomatic relations but that has not proved a hindrance to the Najdi Bedouins and the Zionists publicly embracing each other against Islamic self-determination.

Occupied Arab World

Personal feuds within Saudi family threaten regime’s stability

Tahir Mahmoud

Dhu al-Hijjah 11, 14272007-01-01

Serious policy differences between the usually secretive members of the House of Saud have turned into a feud that is threatening to unravel the carefully constructed façade of dynastic rule maintained by bribes and terror for more than seven decades. Personal ambitions, coupled with fears that they may not survive long in power if the US flees Iraq after its defeat, have resulted in some strange public behaviour by Saudi royals.

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