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Sep 12, 2014

The Grand Saudi Reversal – Next Target of ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) To Be Saudi Arabia

The Grand Saudi Reversal 
- Next Target of ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) To Be Saudi Arabia -

There comes highly important information from ROCKWAT EXPRESS again.  It is very difficult text and if I try to change the text font color of important points into RED, it would be applied to almost all sentences.  However, what matters most of all is an abrupt end of 35 years of Saudi Arabia’s policy on August 19.  This is because Saudi has recognized that ISIS would attack it after seizing a third of Iraq if they continue to cooperate under the direction of the U.S. (Neoconservatives).

It is said that this information was sent to Saudi Arabia by Egypt.  Egypt considered the Muslim Brotherhood illegal, but they say that the country “discovered and transmitted the Brotherhood’s detailed plan to seize power in Riyadh and Abu Dhabi.”  I suppose that Saudi Arabian royal families are put into a panic now.  It appears that they suddenly have stopped funding to ISIS.
According to my investigation, it is the U.S., Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Nations, Mossad and Muslim Brotherhood that have supported the ISIS.  However, there is a possibility that Saudi Arabia and United Nations kept away from it after August 19.  Saudi Arabia, that had patronized the ISIS, has recognized that it has been betrayed by the U.S. and the ISIS and that they would be the next target to be destroyed.

If so, we will see that Saudi Arabian King seriously called for the international community to respond to terrorist attacks, which was introduced in an article posted on September 1.  The comment I made at that time was erroneous in this sense.  I’d like to correct it.
Given the fact that Saudi Arabia and the UN simultaneously withdrew themselves from supporting the ISIS with perfect timing, it might be natural to think that UN personnel had received money from Saudi Arabia.  At any rate, Saudi Arabia’s abrupt reversal has made the U.S. intent fall short of expectations and as a result, I feel the situation is becoming all the more chaotic.

Masatoshi Takeshita
September 6, 2014

Excerpt from a Japanese Article: ROCKWAY EXPRESS – September 5, 2014 –

The Grand Saudi Reversal

Photo: Meeting of Arab foreign ministers held in Saudi Arabia on August 24 to discuss ISIS issues

[September 1  by Thierry Meyssan: Volataire Network]

The Saudi August 2014 shift
For 35 years, Saudi Arabia has financed and armed all political Muslims as long as (1) they were Sunnis, (2) they afirmed the business model of the United States as consistent with Islam and (3 ) that in the event their country had signed an agreement with Israel it would not be questioned.
For 35 years, the vast majority of Sunnis turned a blind eye to the collusion between the jihadists and imperialism. It expressed solidarity with all they have done and all that was attributed to them. Finally, it legitimized Wahhabism as an authentic form of Islam despite the destruction of holy sites in Saudi Arabia.
Observing the "Arab Spring" with surprise, not having been privy to its preparation, Saudi Arabia worried about the role given by Washington to Qatar and the Muslim Brotherhood. Riyadh was soon competing with Doha in sponsoring jihadists in Libya and especially in Syria.
Also, King Abdullah saved the Egyptian economy when General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, having become President of Egypt, sent him (and also the UAE) a complete copy of the police records of the Muslim Brotherhood. However, in the context of the fight against the Brotherhood, General Al-Sissi discovered and transmitted in February 2014 the Brotherhood’s detailed plan to seize power in Riyadh and Abu Dhabi. Within days the plotters were arrested and confessed, while Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates threatened Qatar, the sponsor of the Brothers, with immediate destruction if it did not abandon the Brotherhood.
Riyadh did not take long to discover that the Islamic Emirate was also plagued and was about to attack it after seizing a third of Iraq.
The ideological lock patiently built for 35 years has been pulverized by the UAE and Egypt. On August 11, the grand imam of Al-Azhar University, Ahmad al-Tayyeb, severely condemned the Islamic Emirate and Al-Qaeda. He was followed the next day by the Grand Mufti of Egypt, Shawki Allam [9]
On August 18th and again on the 22nd, with the assistance of Cairo, Abu Dhabi bombed terrorists in Tripoli (Libya). For the first time, two Sunni states allied themselves to attack Sunni extremists in a third Sunni state. Their target was none other than an alliance including Abdelhakim Belhaj, former number three of al Qaeda, appointed military governor of Tripoli by NATO. [10] It seems that this action was undertaken without informing Washington.
On August 19th, the grand mufti of Saudi Arabia, Sheikh Abdul-Aziz Al al-Sheikh, finally decided to call jihadists of the Islamic Emirate and Al Qaeda "Public Enemy #1 of Islam". [11]
The consequences of the Saudi about face
Saudi Arabia’ about face was to be so rapid that regional actors have not had time to adapt and therefore find themselves with contradictory positions depending on issues. Overall, Washington’s allies condemn the Islamic Emirate in Iraq, but not yet in Syria.
More surprisingly, while the Security Council has condemned the Islamic Emirate in its presidential statement of July 28th and in its resolution 2170 of August 15th, it is clear that the jihadist organization still has state support: in violation of the principles recalled or enacted by these texts: Iraqi oil plundered by the EIS transits through Turkey. It is loaded at the port of Ceyhan on oil tankers calling in Israel, then returning to Europe. For now, the names of corporate sponsors are not established, but the responsibility of Turkey and Israel is evident.
For its part, Qatar, which continues to host many Muslim Brotherhood personalities, still denies supporting the Islamic Emirate.
At coordinated press conferences, Russian and Syrian foreign ministers, Sergey Lavrov and Walid Moallem, called for building an international coalition against terrorism. However, the United States, while preparing ground operations on Syrian territory with the British ("Force Black intervention" [12]), refuses to ally itself with the Syrian Arab Republic and continues to demand the resignation of the elected President Bashar al-Assad.
The clash which has put an end to 35 years of Saudi policy is transforming itself into a confrontation between Riyadh and Ankara. From now on, the Turkish and Syrian Kurdish party, the PKK, which is still considered by Washington and Brussels as a terrorist organization, is supported by the Pentagon against the Islamic Emirate. Indeed, contrary to the misleading presentations of the Atlanticist press, Turkish and Syrian PKK fighters, not Iraqi peshmerga of the Local Government of Kurdistan, have repelled the Islamic Emirate in recent days, with the help of US Aviation.
Provisional conclusion
It is unclear whether the current situation is staged or reality. Does the United States really have the intention of destroying the Islamic Emirate they created and no longer control or will they simply weaken it and keep it as a regional policy tool? Do Ankara and Tel Aviv support the EIS on behalf of or against Washington? Or again, are they playing on internal dissent in the United States? Will the the Saudis, in order to save their monarchy, resort to allying themselves with Iran and Syria, bringing down Israel’s protective buffer?
Thierry Meyssan

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