United States must make a clean break from Wahhabis and their Deobandi minions. US alliance with the despotic kings is not sustainable for the future. US must stop covering up links to domestic terror to Saudi Arabia, be it 9/11 or the Boston Marathon Bombings or other attacks in the Wests such as 7/7 the culprits always have Suadi Wahhabi Deobandi ties:
New York Times article on USA’s close links with Jundallah but not to stop it
This article in the New York Times is a must read for those who are still in doubt about CIA/USA’s links with Deobandi and Wahhabi terrorist groups operating in in Balochistan (on both sides of the Pakistan-Iran border).
Jundallah = Jaish al-Adl = LeJ = ASWJ = TTP —- so what is common? Deobandi terrorism!
But the United States’s relationship with Jundallah’s leaders, through Mr. McHale and the F.B.I., did not change, even after the State Department formally designated Jundallah a terrorist organization in November 2010.”
The article also indirectly suggests that the BLA militants who frequently eulogize Jundallah’s militancy in Iran may be infiltratred or influenced by the US operatives.
Mountains of other evidence proves sustained institutional support of Saudi Arabia for ideological and logistical strength to transnational Deobandi Wahhabi Terrorism
Saudi Arabia is the world’s largest source of funds for Islamist militant groups such as the Afghan Taliban and Lashkar-e-Taiba – but the Saudi government is reluctant to stem the flow of money, according to Hillary Clinton.
“More needs to be done since Saudi Arabia remains a critical financial support base for al-Qaida, the Taliban, LeT and other terrorist groups,” says a secret December 2009 paper signed by the US secretary of state. Her memo urged US diplomats to redouble their efforts to stop Gulf money reaching extremists in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
“Donors in Saudi Arabia constitute the most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups worldwide,” she said.
Three other Arab countries are listed as sources of militant money: Qatar, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates.
US Vice President Joe Biden is on record here with one of his famous politically incorrect ‘gaffs’. In this case however he did indeed speak the truth. The US allies like Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and UAE have been supporting the build of transnational Salafi Wahhabi and Deobandi terrorists for holy war in Syria and the ISIS’s take over of Northern Iraq was part of their plan. Joe Biden should also answer the question:
Why does America choose such pro terror allies?
The alliance with Saudi Arabia is especially problematic. The Bush administration went to war with Al Qaida, a name which was only used after the 9/11 attacks. Now we have IS, Boko Haram, Taliban and various other names. The common ideology of all these outfits is what is practiced and implemented in Saudi Arabia. This ideology (Takfiri Deobandi Salafism) is not the dominant ideology of the rest of the Muslim world. However, it has made enormous inroads into the Muslim communities of the West because most of the mosques in the West are directly or indirectly funded and controlled by the Saudi ideology, which is another fruit of the Saudi US alliance.
The Saudi regime is determined to subjugate and oppress the Shia of Eastern Province and Bahrain. World community should condemn this brutality and call upon the United Nations and the civilized nations of the world to bring pressure on Saudi regime and free the people of the Eastern province and Bahrain.
Is Saudi Arabia guided by the Takfiri-Wahabi ideology going to create another Shia martyr whose knowledge of Islam has inspired generations of Shia and Sunni scholars and ordinary people? Ayatollah Sheikh Nimr’s understanding of Islam inspired people including the very daughter of King Abdullah who wants the Sheikh hanged. In this video, Princess Sahar, a daughter of King Abdullah, praises Sheikh Nimr. She remains under house arrest and the Sheikh faces the gallows:
“We learn determination from Ayatollah Nimr al-Nimr, the Sheikh of free men,” Sahar said referring to Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, who was attacked, injured and arrested by security forces in Qatif region over calls for the release of political prisoners. “For this reason, we will press ahead on the path by our own will,” she stated in the VDO message. “And we will become victorious with faith in God. Good luck, you who have honored us by raising the flags of freedom. Your sisters, Sahar and Jawahir,” she added. Al Mana said Sahar, along with her three sisters, is confined in a house in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The Guardian: the west must end wink and nod relationship with Saudi Arabia’s Wahhabi Deobandi State
The so-called war on terror is nearly 13 years old, but which rational human being will be cheering its success? We’ve had crackdowns on civil liberties across the world, tabloid-fanned generalisations about Muslims and, of course, military interventions whose consequences have ranged from the disastrous to the catastrophic. And where have we ended up? Wars that Britons believe have made them less safe; jihadists too extreme even for al-Qaida’s tastes running amok in Iraq and Syria; and nations like Libya succumbing to Islamist militias. There are failures, and then there are calamities.
But as the British government ramps up the terror alert to “severe”and yet moreanti-terror legislation is proposed, some reflection after 13 years of disaster is surely needed. One element has been missing, and that is the west’s relationship with Middle Eastern dictatorships that have played a pernicious role in the rise of Islamist fundamentalist terrorism. And no wonder: the west is militarily, economically and diplomatically allied with these often brutal regimes, and our media all too often reflects the foreign policy objectives of our governments.
Take Qatar. There is evidence that, as the US magazine The Atlantic puts it, “Qatar’s military and economic largesse has made its way to Jabhat al-Nusra”, an al-Qaida group operating in Syria. Less than two weeks ago, Germany’s development minister, Gerd Mueller, was slapped down after pointing the finger at Qatarfor funding Islamic State (Isis).
The US can no longer afford to be allied with countries or ideologies (like the Wahhabi Salafi Deobandi) that fund and support Al Queda type groups.
The US cannot maintain its moral leadership in the world by seeming to be in bed with hate mongering anti-Semites and brutal despotic kings.
Recently US is on path to becoming a net exporter of oil and gas. Our Saudi allies have once again stabbed us in the back by engaging in a price war to drive US domestic production out of business.
Do we really need such allies that:
1) Hate the vast majority of Muslims (Orthodox Sufi Sunni and Shia), additionally hate Christians and Jews and want all of them dead.
2) Oppress women.
3) Fund Terrorism all over the world.