Islamic State & Saudi Arabia

An Islamic state is a type of government, in which the primary basis for government is Islamic religious law. Saudi Arabia (' or incorrectly ', officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , commonly known as Saudi Arabia (in American English as   or in British English as ) is the largest state in Western Asia by land area, constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula, and the second-largest in the Arab world, after Algeria. 5.0/5

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Islamic State threatens attacks in Saudi Arabia. Conspiracist *** continue insisting that they're their proxy:
All said & done, Donald Trump did call out Islamic Extremism & Islamist terror standing in Saudi Arabia. No other head of s…
According to Saudi Arabia, the alliance is aimed at fighting the Islamic State (IS) and other militant outfits.
Lest we forget, Islamic State are Wahhabists. As are rulers of Saudi Arabia. The Tories voted Saudi Arabia onto the UN…
that's great, but Saudi Arabia is still a state sponsor of Islamic terrorism
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The shadow of Islamic State hangs over Saudi Arabia
peaceful?? You any clue about Saudi Arabia?? Mecca? Etc. You can't name ONE Islamic state were women and lgbt are treated
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SO, Saudi Arabia is a radical Islamic state?
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We need to refocus on states who sponsor Islamic terrorism, including Islamic State but also Iran and (yes) Saudi Arabia.…
Islamophobia happens often as the angry reaction to behavior of Saudi Arabia, Al Qaeda, Islamic Stat…
Germany: Jihad attackers had repeated contact with Islamic State jihadis in Saudi Arabia
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One of the oldest US allies is the most extreme, brutal, fundamentalist Islamic state in the world, Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia: Muslim brothers kill their mother because she opposed the Islamic State - and also stab their father and anot…
Donald Trump threatens to stop US from buying oil from Saudi Arabia. Excellent!
Saudi Arabia is the principal source of malignancy in Middle East, the principal symptom. My column
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Saudi Arabia arrests 431 after breaking up group linked to Islamic State
"Saudi Arabia said it has arrested 431 suspected Islamic State terrorists and thwarted six suicide attacks by militants."
Saudi Arabia arrests 431 people over alleged Islamic State links
Saudi Arabia announces arrest of over 400 Islamic State supporters
Updated: Saudi Arabia arrests 431 members of Islamic State and foils several plots for suicide attacks
Sami David Fellow on the Islamic State's strategy in Saudi Arabia for
Islamic State seeks to trigger a sectarian war in Saudi Arabia - via
Islamic State would like nothing better than to trigger a fully blown sectarian war between Sunni and Shia Muslims in Saudi Arabia, s...
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Saudi Arabia - Travel news - Islamic State call for "clearing Arabian Peninsula of Shi'ites"
Islamic State claims responsibility for suicide bombing in Saudi Arabia:
USA worried Saudi Arabia will fall to Islamic State, in a recent poll, 80% of Saudis said they supported it's ideology & methods.
Islamic State warns of 'black days' for Saudi Arabia as mosque bomber is identified:
"Beheading Backlog Causes Call for New Executioners by the Islamic State … of Saudi Arabia"
Lego comes out with an Islamic version 4 markets in Islamic State, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Somalia.
Saudi Arabia a prime target for State - News
Absolutely untrue that the Islamic State joined the But these did:. Saudi Arabia. Pakistan. Qatar. China. Cuba. Putin. Vi…
top soldier joins strategy talks on Islamic State in Saudi Arabia - The Globe and Mail
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Martin Dempsey seeks essay contest to honor head of Islamic State of Saudi Arabia . /me vomits
The Islamic State group have released a list of punishments mirroring those listed by authorities in Saudi Arabia
Obama, world leaders head to Saudi Arabia to offer condolences: (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Saudi Arabia on Tuesday to meet its new King Salman after the death of his predecessor Abdullah on Friday, testimony to Riyadh's important role in energy markets and the fight against Islamist militancy. Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, French President Francois Hollande and Japan's Crown Prince Naruhito will visit on Saturday and Sunday to offer condolences. Obama will cut short a visit to India to pay his respects instead of Vice President Joe Biden, who had been scheduled to fly in from Washington, the White House said on Saturday. Muslim leaders paid their respects on Friday at Abdullah's funeral in Riyadh. Some international Human Rights groups, meanwhile, have called on Western leaders to condemn Saudi Arabia's record of crushing dissent and depriving women and foreign workers of rights instead of praising its late king. Salman takes charg ...
Middle East News: The Arab Spring has already deposed leaders like Zine El Abidine Bin Ali of Tunisia, Hosni Mubarak in Egypt, and Muammar Gaddafi in Libya. Syria's Bashar al-Assad is tenaciously holding on to power while rebels continue to fight for control of the country. The Islamic State (of Iraq and Syria), under nominal control of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, challenges the very concept of statehood. They intend to install a new caliphate across the entire region. In short, Southwest Asia is an absolute mess. Now this . . . The government of Yemen, which had the full support of the United States government, has fled in the face of a rival Shia Houthi insurgency. (Most of the Arabian Peninsula follows Sunni Islam.) Western states like France fear a new failed state, one where chaos reigns and Islamic terrorism is exported, much like the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris. Add to this mix the just-announced death of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah and one can find the world's most problematic political geography .. ...
Saudi Arabia has been among several Gulf countries taking part in a US-led air campaign against Islamic State.
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Read this somewhere: "Are you confused by what is going on in the Middle East? Let me explain. We support the Iraqi government in the fight against the Islamic State. We don't like IS, but IS is supported by Saudi Arabia, whom we do like. We don't like President Assad in Syria. We support the fight against him, but not IS, which is also fighting against him. We don't like Iran, but Iran supports the Iraqi government against IS. So, some of our friends support our enemies and some of our enemies are our friends and some of our enemies are fighting against our other enemies, whom we want to lose, but we don't want our enemies who are fighting our enemies to win. If the people we want to defeat are defeated, they might be replaced by people we like even less. And all this was started by us invading a country to find weapons of mass destruction and drive out terrorists who weren't actually there, until we went in to drive them out. Do you understand now?
di Arabia's King Abdullah died early on Friday and his brother Salman became king, the royal court in the world's top oil exporter and birthplace of Islam said in an official statement. King Salman has named his half-brother Muqrin as his crown prince and heir, rapidly moving to forestall any fears of a succession crisis at a moment when Saudi Arabia faces unprecedented turmoil on its borders. The rise of Islamic State in war-torn Syria and Iraq has brought to the kingdom's frontiers a militant group that vows to bring down the Al Saud dynasty. In Yemen, the Iran-allied Shi'ite Houthis have all but seized power and plunged the country to the brink of total chaos, opening space for Al Qaeda, which waged an insurgency in Saudi Arabia from 2003-06 and nearly killed a top prince in 2009. The problems in all those countries are being played out against an overarching backdrop of bitter rivalry between Sunni Muslim Saudi Arabia and its arch regional foe Shi'ite Iran and bumps in Riyadh's key relationship with t ...
Saudi Arabia, the oil-rich territory is building a 600-mile barrier from Jordan to Kuwait to fortify the northern frontier from invasion by the Islamic State insurgency.
Saudi Arabia's 'Great Wall' to keep out Isil (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant). h…
U.S. Should Copy The Great Wall Of Saudi Arabia 01/16/2015 Homeland Security: To keep out Islamic State terrorists, the Saudis are building a 600-mile-long barrier — complete with five layers of fencing, underground movement censors and radar cameras — on their northern border. If they can do it ... Good fences, it is said, make for good neighbors, which on a grand scale was the intent of the Great Wall of China in antiquity and the Israeli fences of more recent vintage. Both were designed to keep out intruders and to make sure all guests were invited guests. Unlike the Berlin Wall, they were built to keep hostiles out, not citizens in. As the threat of IS terrorism grew in Iraq and Syria, Saudi Arabia decided it might be a good idea to put such a barrier between its citizens and those who might want to kill them. Last September, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud initiated construction of a multilayered barrier that eventually will stretch along the entire Iraqi border from Kuwait to Jordan. Earlier ...
Saudi Arabia to build 600-mile wall to defend Kingdom from Islamic State Does this sound anything familiar? Allah says in the Qur'an, "You (believers) are certainly greater in being feared in their hearts than Allah; that is because they are a people who do not understand. They will not fight against you all together except in fortified towns or from beyond WALLS. You would think they were united, but their hearts are divided, that is because they are a people who have no sense." - (Surat Al-Ĥashr 59:13-14)
"Saudi Arabia beheads woman in Mecca for 'sexual abuse, murder' of stepdaughter Saudi bap of Islamic State
When a raiding party from Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant attacked a Saudi border post last week, it was no mere hit on a desert outpost. The jihadists were launching an assault on the new, highest profile effort by Saudi Arabia to insulate itself from the chaos engulfing its neighbours. The Sa…
Saudi Arabia Is Building A 600-Mile 'Great Wall' To Shield Itself From ISIS as if this will hold the Islamic State.http:/…
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"For the first time since the Islamic State group formally announced its desire to conquer Saudi Arabia last month"
Saudi Arabia`s Mufti (spiritual leader) Sheikh Abdul Aziz al sheikh on Friday 2/01/2015, after Jum-ah prayer in Riyadh, warned and issued a Fatwa (religious edict) that Muslims should stop staging ceremonies to mark the birthday of the Holy Prophet(s), because such a celebration is Heresy, superstitious that was illegally added to the religion and that those who urge others to celebrate the prophet`s birthday are evil and corrupt. The most renowned Wahabi/Salafi scholar of the 20th Century Yusuf al-Qaradawi who is followed by 60million Muslims worldwide also states “Actually celebrating the prophet`s birthday means celebrating the birth of Islam” Ibn Taimiyyah in his Majma` Fatawa Ibn Taymiyya Volume23, page 163. Also in his book Iqtida` al- Sirat al-mustaqim, page294-295 section of “ Ma Uhaditha min al-a`yad al-zamaniyya wal makaniyya” “the innovated festivities of time and place” stated unequivocally that “to celebrate and honor the birth of prophet Muhammad and regard it as an honoRed Sea ...
Opinion: Jordan’s ISIS dilemma War is war, with blood, wounds, captivity, bereavement, anxiety, deception, resolution and reluctance. It has been like that throughout history, from the time of bows and spears to the age of F-16 fighter jets and Tomahawk missiles. We have all heard about the international coalition which has been cobbled to fight the Tatars of our time, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The coalition which consists of the US, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Jordan is committed to fighting the militants affiliated with Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS. In recent comments about the international coalition, King Abdullah II of Jordan said it is the duty of Muslims and Arabs, before anyone else, to fight ISIS to protect their countries and people from the radical group and to safeguard Islam from the taint of its brutal acts. Fighting ISIS is a worthy and necessary national duty. The Arabs who are performing this duty are carrying out a vital service, rather than merely complementing ...
Mr. Baird, how are Saudi Arabia’s beheadings different from Islamic State’s? SHENAZ KERMALLI Shenaz Kermalli is a Canadian freelance journalist with an interest in faith and politics. She has previously worked for Al Jazeera English, BBC News and CBC Television. It’s something the Canadian Foreign Minister still fails to grasp. On Wednesday, the same day that John Baird was greeted warmly by his Saudi Arabian counterpart to discuss coordinated efforts to combat Islamic State militants (also known as ISIS or ISIL), a Saudi court judge decided to pass a death sentence against a leading opposition figure on charges of sedition and “breaking allegiance to the king.” “We consider the Kingdom and Kuwait important allies in combating violent extremism and terrorism,” Mr. Baird said before leaving for his trip to Saudi Arabia and Kuwait on Tuesday. Does Canada really see an ally in a country that has carried out twice as many beheadings over one month than the militia it now claims it wants to destr ...
UN terror expert: one Austrian ‘jihad poster girl’ is dead after moving to Syria to join ISIS December 21, 2014 Sabina Selimovic, 15, (left) and Samra Kesinovic, 17, left their homes in Austria to become ‘jihadi brides’ with Isis A UN terrorism expert claims that one of the two teenage girls who fled Austria for Syria to join Islamic rebels has been killed and the other is missing. “We received information just recently about two 15-year-old girls, of Bosnian origin, who left Austria, where they had been living in recent years; and everyone, the families and the intelligence services of the two countries, is looking for them,” David Scharia of the Anti-Terror Committee at the United Nations Security Council told Israeli site Ynet. “Both were recruited by (the) Islamic State. One was killed in the fighting in Syria, the other has disappeared.” Samra Kesinovic, 16, and her friend Sabina Selimovic, 15, vanished in April from Vienna, and afterward posted images of themselves branding Kalashnik ...
Facing Threats From ISIS And Iran, Gulf States Set To Join Forces December 14, 2014 A member of the Saudi border guards mans a machine gun at the border with Iraq in July. Since the so-called Islamic State launched its offensive this summer in Iraq, Saudi Arabia has sent thousands of troops to the region. There is now a recognition … that if the problem of ISIS is not solved by the region, then it will reach the doors and the gates of the Gulf. - Faisal Yafai, UAE journalist “We should be at the forefront of fighting ISIS. Our values are at stake. - Abdulkhaleq Abdulla, UAE political scientist Alarmed over rising threats in the Middle East and North Africa, the Gulf Cooperation Council is set to launch an unprecedented joint military command, according to regional officials and military analysts. “At the moment, we are witnessing a new spirit,” says Abdulaziz Sager, head of the Gulf Research Center, a think tank that focuses on the GCC, a six-member group of Arab monarchies. The NATO-inspired forc ...
You Can’t Understand ISIS If You Don’t Know the History of Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia - for ANYONE who wants to understand what is happening BEIRUT — The dramatic arrival of Da’ish (ISIS) on the stage of Iraq has shocked many in the West. Many have been perplexed — and horrified — by its violence and its evident magnetism for Sunni youth. But more than this, they find Saudi Arabia’s ambivalence in the face of this manifestation both troubling and inexplicable, wondering, “Don’t the Saudis understand that ISIS threatens them, too?” It appears — even now — that Saudi Arabia’s ruling elite is divided. Some applaud that ISIS is fighting Iranian Shiite “fire” with Sunni “fire”; that a new Sunni state is taking shape at the very heart of what they regard as a historical Sunni patrimony; and they are drawn by Da’ish’s strict Salafist ideology. Other Saudis are more fearful, and recall the history of the revolt against Abd-al Aziz by the Wahhabist Ikhwan (Disclaimer: this Ikhw ...
In a fit of rage, Obama snaps at U.S. military brass: “Don’t you dare try and paint all of Islam with the same brush.” Showing his Muslim stripes, Obama threw a hissy fit and stomped out of a Pentagon meeting about the bombing campaign against ISIS over remarks allegedly tying the Islamic State ( ISIS ) to Islam. His tantrum reportedly took place in the afternoon of last week just prior to the president’s departure to Camp David. It was an informal briefing on the expanded bombing campaigns to take place in both Syria and Iraq . Halfway through the already very brief briefing, President Obama stood up clearly agitated, and walked out of the room. The casually dressed Obama returned to the briefing moments later with a senior adviser alongside him, though his mood continued to indicate he was still very upset. The senior adviser made a couple pointed remarks to the Pentagon representatives, reminded them the president had already had a very busy day, and then both she and the president once again l ...
Hey everyone. For those interested here are the motions, and motion balance stats from Hugill IV last weekend. THW prohibit aboriginal bands from banning non-members living on reserve. R2: TH, being the NCAA, would allow universities to pay college athletes. R3: While exploring the remains of a Soviet-era forced labour camp north of the town of Voru, Estonian officials have discovered a cache of fully-operational intercontinental ballistic missiles armed with nuclear warheads. TH would keep the missiles R4: THW lower the standard of proof for cases of rape and sexual assault from beyond a reasonable doubt to a preponderance of the evidence R5: TH prefers a world where space exploration is funded by private companies rather than governments Semis: THW not apply competition law to digital economic activity. Final: TH, as King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, would ban members of the Islamic State from ever making the Hajj
Daily Rapture Ready News: 28 Nov 14 Marijuana Figures Big In Ferguson Meltdown CNN’s Don Lemon is under fire for making the elementary observation that some of the Ferguson protesters planning violence and mayhem were smoking pot. Linking dope to violence is taboo for most of the media. Reporting from the scene, Lemon said, “Maybe a minute, two minutes ago we heard a gunshot and watched people scattering. And we’re watching people on the roofs of cars, on the tops of cars and … Obviously there’s a smell of marijuana here as well.” Why Do British Royals Refuse To Visit Israel? The bizarre story of the refusal of British royals to visit Israel, while they are constantly in the Arab world, continues. I wrote about this phenomenon here, last February, when Prince Charles visited Saudi Arabia. As I noted then, the Queen has never set foot in Israel and Prince Charles set foot there briefly only once, for the Rabin funeral. Islamic State spreading into northern Africa, alarming U.S. In its war to cr ...
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CURRENT AFFAIRS 16th November’14 – 20th November’14 CURRENT AFFAIRS 16th - 17th November’14 1) The G-20 Summit 2014 started on 15 November 2014 in Brisbane, the capital of Queensland (Australia). This summit is which edition of the meeting of the G-20 heads of state? – Ninth Explanation: G-20 (also known as Group of 20) is a global forum of the 20 biggest economies of the world. It includes the largest developed countries of the world as well as the largest developing countries. The group comprises of 19 countries – Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States. The 20th member is the European Union (EU). The European Commission (EC) and the European Commission (EC) represent EU in G-20. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi represented India in the summit. 6 countries – Mauritania, Myanmar, New Zealand, Senegal, Singapore, and Spain have been invite ...
SIMILARITY BETWEEN ISIS AND AMMANIS (FOLLOWERS OF AMMAN MESSAGE) (1) Both have been created by Salafists with the help of Zionists. Both have their origin in Jordan and Saudi Arabia. (2) Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is being used to establish physical Khilafah while Amman Message is being used brain wash Muslims to accept Khilafah under Salafist patronage. (3) ISIS are physically eliminating Muslims and their Heritage, while Ammanis are eliminating Islam and Islamic faith. (4) ISIS is run by terrorist leaders while Ammanis are led by Ammani Scholars (the scholars who have signed Amman Message). (5) Both ISIS and Ammanism are promoted and propagated by Saudi Arabia/Jordan and their allies. (6) Some people say that ISIS are physical terrorists while Ammanis are intellectual terrorists. One is eliminating Muslims and the other is eliminating Islam. ISIS terrorists and Ammanis are responsible for the killings of hundreds of thousands of Muslims in various Muslim countries and Palestine under the pat ...
The BBC's Frank Gardner argues that it was inevitable, sooner or later, that Islamic State would turn its attention to the largest and most important country in the region, Saudi Arabia.
The primary target of ISIS is Saudi Arabia. BBC News - Islamic State sets sights on Saudi Arabia
Islamic State leader Baghdadi calls for attacks against the rulers of Saudi Arabia:
Islamic State leader urges attacks in Saudi Arabia
| Islamic State leader urges attacks in Saudi Arabia -speech.
The recent bombing of ISIS in Syria got me to thinking just how many Islamic countries have we bombed or occupied? Tuns out quite a few since 1980. "In a recent Washington Post op-ed by the military historian and former U.S. Army Col. Andrew Bacevich: As America’s efforts to “degrade and ultimately destroy” Islamic State militants extent into Syria, Iraq War III has seamlessly morphed into Greater Middle East Battlefield XIV. That is, Syria has become at least the 14th country in the Islamic world that U.S. forces have invaded or occupied or bombed, and in which American soldiers have killed or been killed. And that’s just since 1980. Let’s tick them off: Iran (1980, 1987-1988), Libya (1981, 1986, 1989, 2011), Lebanon (1983), Kuwait (1991), Iraq (1991-2011, 2014-), Somalia (1992-1993, 2007-), Bosnia (1995), Saudi Arabia (1991, 1996), Afghanistan (1998, 2001-), Sudan (1998), Kosovo (1999), Yemen (2000, 2002-), Pakistan (2004-) and now Syria. Whew."
HAPPY WEEKEND READING. Saudi Arabia Must Contain Yet Another Religious Sect Generally, Sunni attacks against Shia are fairly common throughout the Middle East and South Asia, especially now during the holy month of Muharram. But that is not the case in Saudi Arabia, where sectarian violence typically takes place between state security forces and unruly Shia. If non-state Salafist actors are now attacking Shia, it means Riyadh could be burdened with yet another violent group to contain. Saudi leaders are trying to contain the Shia community to temper the rise of Iran and its Arab Shia allies in Iraq, Lebanon, Bahrain and, more recently, Yemen. Sentencing al-Nimr to death was a key part of Riyadh’s strategy toward this end, and the Saudis have been bracing for backlash as Shia across the region, particularly Iran, have reacted against the kingdom, warning it of dire consequences. The last thing Riyadh needs is non-state Salafist elements clashing with the Shia, undermining the efforts of the state and fur ...
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The Islamic evil that is ISIS was spawned in Saudi Arabia by John Myers “Saudi Arabia is the most extreme fundamentalist state in the world. It’s also a missionary state. It’s expending huge efforts — has been for many years — to disseminate its extremist Wahhabi-Salafi version of Islam, all with U.S. backing.” — Noam Chomsky تظهر يديك! is Arabic for “Show your hands!” I heard it from two giant bodyguards standing only inches away from my father and me. They yelled it while gesturing with submachine guns in hand, which is a more effective language tool than anything you get from “Hooked on Ebonics.” It happened when the elevator door opened to the penthouse in a hotel in Geneva after my dad had gumshoed our way into an OPEC meeting in the 1980s. My father wanted to get the scoop on why Saudi Arabia was driving the price of oil down from an OPEC benchmark price of more than $35 per barrel to less than $11. He understood that Saudi Arabia was the world’s swing producer and th ...
Modern Sunni–Shia relations[edit] In addition to Iran, Iraq has emerged as a major Shia government when the Twelvers achieved political dominance in 2005 under American occupation. The two communities have often remained separate, mingling regularly only during the Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca. In some countries like Iraq, Syria, Kuwait and Bahrain, communities have mingled and intermarried. Some Shia have complained of mistreatment in countries dominated by Sunnis, especially in Saudi Arabia,[60] while some Sunnis have complained of discrimination in the Twelver-dominated states of Iraq and Iran.[61] Some tension developed between Sunnis and Shia as a result of clashes over Iranian pilgrims and Saudi police at the hajj.[62] According to some reports, as of mid-2013, the Syrian Civil War has become "overtly sectarian" with the "sectarian lines fall most sharply" between Alawites and Sunnis.[63] With the involvement of Lebanese Shia paramilitary group Hezbollah, the fighting in Syria has reignited "long-simm ...
Millions of Shias worldwide celebrate Ashura, events marred by violence A string of bombings and shootings marred the Ashura celebrations across the Muslim world – the main Shia holiday during which believers impassionedly gash their bodies with swords to show their grief for the suffering of Imam Hussein. In Sunni-dominated Saudi Arabia the holiday was marred by a shooting that killed at least eight Shias in Eastern Province late on Monday. The Saudi Interior Ministry said that security forces on Tuesday shot dead two suspected members of an armed group behind the attack. A series of suicide bombings targeting Shia worshipers in Baghdad killed at least 16 people on Monday ahead of the celebrations in Iraq, medical officials said. Islamic State militants who have gained control of a large part of the country and consider Shias heretics have reportedly claimed responsibility for this attack and the Sunday car bombing that killed at least 18 in the capital. Shia Muslims worldwide are holding ten day celeb ...
| Pro-Islamic State supporters attack Shia temple with assault rifles, in al-Ahsa' east of Saudi Arabia .
While the filthy Rawafidh are allowed to build shirk temples in Saudi Arabia, the Islamic state destroys them.
Anonymous Group Goes After ISIS - Hacktivist group Anonymous is planning to launch a series of digital attacks against nations it accuses of funding or arming the radical Islamic terror group ISIS. Sources within Anonymous told me the campaign will be called Operation NO2ISIS and will target three states suspected of offering support to the Islamic State of Syria and al-Sham (ISIS). Government websites will be blasted with DDoS attacks with Anonymous planning to “unleash the entire legion” upon its enemies. One of the targets will be Saudi Arabia, a Sunni Muslim nation that has long been suspected of supporting ISIS and other hardline terror groups.
"Family in Saudi Arabia disowns daughter publicly for joining the self-proclaimed Islamic State
ISIS seeks to establish an oil empire not an Islamic state, may invade Saudi Arabia says EU Ambassador in Iraq
The Syria and Iraq-based group, also known as ISIS or ISIL, enjoys practically no popularity in Egypt, Lebanon, or Saudi Arabia, according to research by the Washington Institute. Saudi Arabia is one of five Arab nations which joined the US in airstrikes on Islamic State (IS) targets in Syria.
Opinion: Mr. Baird, how are Saudi Arabia's beheadings different from Islamic State's?
Breaking News: Nigeria and Boko Haram Agree Ceasefire Islamist militant group Boko Haram and the Federal Government have agreed to a ceasefire. Chief of Defense Staff Alex Badeh issued an order Friday, telling all service chiefs “to comply with the ceasefire agreement between Nigeria and Boko Haram in all theaters of operations.” The text went out after Danladi Ahmadu, who calls himself the secretary-general of Boko Haram, told VOA that a cease-fire agreement had been reached. Earlier, Ahmadu and a close advisor to President Goodluck Jonathan, Ambassador Hassan Tukur, told VOA that the sides were holding talks in Saudi Arabia, aided Chadian President Idriss Deby and high-level officials from Cameroon. It would be recalled that earlier today there were insinuations of a meeting being held between the Federal government and the Islamic sect. Those talks also focused on the release more than 200 girls abducted by Boko Haram six months ago. There was no immediate word on the fate of the girls. Ahmadu, wh ...
Wake Up Kiwi The Corporate US Government Are The Terrorists - The Islamic State Is A Big Lie September 27 2014 | From: Global Research Under the auspices of the United Nations Security Council, with president Obama chairing the Council session, the United States has called upon the international community to adopt strong measures, at national and international levels, to curtail the recruitment of Islamic State fighters. What is not mentioned in the media reports is that the heads of State and heads of government who have endorsed America’s campaign against the Islamic State, advised by their respective secret services, are fully aware that US intelligence is the unspoken architect of the Islamic State, which is part of a vast network of US supported “jihadist” terrorist entities. Countries are either coerced into supporting the US sponsored resolution or they are complicit in the US terror agenda. Lest we forget, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, have been financing and training the ISIL terrorists on behalf of ...
Mr Key seems adamant that NZ will increase its presence in Iraq, he seems to be softening us up for military involvement. No doubt he is waiting for the outcome of the Security Council vote on Friday before announcing a decision. But it seems he wants to attend the G20 next month with an announcement made. What are we opening ourselves up to here? Take the battle for the Kurdish town of Kabale. It’s being fought between Kurds and Islamic State (IS) forces but Kurdish fighters from neighbouring Iraq cannot access Kabale because they are not permitted by Turkey to pass through its territory. Why? Because Turkey’s relationship with the Kurds has always been difficult and Turkey does not want a strong Kurdish military presence on its border. Meanwhile oil from oilfields under IS control is reportedly being shipped out through Turkey. There are other accounts that IS resupply lines rely on Turkey. Added to that are the reports that funding for IS has originated in Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Qatar to help bri ...
Saudi Arabia seeks "destruction" of Islamic State militant organisation, its UK embassy says
Indeed. Just as there is no actual Islamic State now. But if IS succeed, they will become like Saudi Arabia.
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Saudi Arabia beheads people legally, Islamic State or ISIS beheads people illegally. We do not like illegal acts.
A fascinating article about the ideology of Islamic State and the history of Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia:
Saudi Arabia clerics speak out against Islamic State:
"Islamic State is on the Saudi borders and its supporters inside Saudi Arabia are more than its organised members and a…
PLEASE SHARE! PAYLASIN! PARVE BIKIN! Support the Kurds resisting ISIS barbarism in Kurdistan! Since 15th September ISIS has intensified its attacks against the Kurdish population in Rojava (West Kurdistan/Northern Syria) and seized control of 60 villages near the border in a two-day campaign as they approach the town of Kobanê. Kobanê is Syria's third-largest Kurdish town and would give the Islamic State (ISIS/IS) control of a long stretch of the country's northern border with Turkey. ISIS terrorists, militarily, logistically and politically supported by NATO member Turkey and funded by Saudi Arabia and Qatari States (despite them being in the coalition), are using US made heavy artillery and weapons seized from Iraq and Syria. ISIS has already taken over Iraq’s second largest city, Mosul, declaring an ‘Islamic Caliphate’ in the region and have displaced 500,000 Yazidi Kurds in Sinjar and kidnapped 3,000 women who are being sold as sex slaves. Thousands of children, disabled people and elderly hav ...
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said the concerns about Khorasan were behind a decision last summer to ban uncharged laptop computers and cellphones from some United States- bound commercial airliners. The air campaign against Khorasan and the Islamic State got underway even as Mr. Obama flew to New York to meet with world leaders gathering at the opening session of the United Nations General Assembly. Mr. Obama did not seek United Nations permission for the military campaign, but he presented the strikes as the collaboration of a multinational coalition that included five Arab nations: Saudi Arabia, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain. “Because of the almost unprecedented effort of this coalition, I think we now have an opportunity to send a very clear message that the world is united,” Mr. Obama said during a hastily arranged photo opportunity in New York with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi of Iraq, King Abdullah II of Jordan and representatives of the other Arab allies. Still, t ...
Saudi Arabia confirms role in strikes against Islamic State in Syria.
Expanding U.S. Strikes to ISIS in Syria, Has Obama Opened New Phase of "Perpetual War"? The United States has launched airstrikes in Syria targeting the Islamic State, as well as members of a separate militant organization known as the Khorasan group. The Pentagon says U.S. forces launched 47 Tomahawk Land Attack Missiles from warships in the Red Sea and North Arabian Gulf. In addition, U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps fighters, bombers and drones took part in the airstrikes. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, at least 20 Islamic State fighters were killed in strikes that hit at least 50 targets in Raqqa and Deir al-Zor provinces in Syria's east. The United States says Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates had either participated or supported the strikes against the Islamic State, which has seized swaths of Syria and Iraq. The United States acted alone against the Khorasan group, saying it "took action to disrupt the imminent attack plotting against the ...
This article came out on September 11th this is scripture getting fulfilled!!! The United States are now in Syria bombing Revelation 13 King James Version (KJV) 13 And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads (7 Arab Countries) and ten horns, (10 Arab States) and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy. **This will cause Ww3 and cause America to be Nuked by Russia which is The First Woe of The Bible** Russia has warned that US air strikes against militants in Syria would be a "gross violation" of International Law. A Russian foreign ministry spokesman said any such action, without the backing of the UN, would be "an act of aggression". It comes as US Secretary of State John Kerry meets Arab leaders in Saudi Arabia to try to build a coalition against Islamic State (IS) militants.
blasts coalition against Islamic State parliament speaker says the U.S. should work with Damascus in assembling a coalition to battle the Islamic State extremist group rather than allying with nations that support terrorism. Mohammad Jihad Lahham was apparently referring to Saudi Arabia and other countries that back jihadi terrorists trying to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad. Lahham said during a parliament session Sunday that nations that "want to fight terrorism should coordinated" with Damascus rather than Syrian "rebel" groups.
R E PO R T : jets in -- France has conducted its first air strike against Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq, the government announced on 18 September. French Air Force Dassault Rafale combat aircraft attacked and destroyed a depot in the northeast of the country on the same day as the announcement, said President Francois Hollande's office. No further details were disclosed, but President Hollande said operations would continue over the coming days. News of the strike comes a week after the French government announced that it was sending Rafale jets to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to join the United Kingdom in flying intelligence, reconnaissance, and surveillance (ISR) flights over Iraq. While countries such as Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and the UK have either pledged their support or are currently contributing aircraft to the US-led mission against IS, France is to date the only other country apart from the US to have conduct ...
Good morning. For those who are interested some updates and thoughts on Iraq and the Islamic State. 1. Paris conference In the Paris Communique, 26 countries, UN, EU, & Arab League, united in support for Iraq in the fight against ISIS. Follows is a link to the text of the communiqué issued at the end of the meeting held yesterday: International Conference on Peace and Security in Iraq Iran rejects co-operation It has been suggested elsewhere that co-operation with Iran was not in the cards due to objections from Saudi Arabia and Israel. We have since learned that: a. The US had requested Iran's co-operation, but Iran rejected the request; and, b. The US remains open to working with Iran. Kerry: US open to talks with Iran on Islamic State 3. Expanded air strikes According to a press release from Centcom: U.S. Military Conducts Airstrikes Against ISIL near Sinjar and Southwest of Baghdad 4. UN Security Council The US holds the Presidency for the UNSC this month. On Friday: Kerry to chair UN Security C ...
Iraq says Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia do not need to join airstrikes against the Islamic State
"Since 2001, the United States and its allies have been on a rampage. In Iraq, at least 700,000 men, woman and children are dead as a result. The rise of jihadists – in a country where there was none – is the result. Known as al-Qaeda and now the Islamic State, modern jihadism was invented by US and Britain, assisted by Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. The original aim was to use and develop an Islamic fundamentalism that had barely existed in much of the Arab world in order to undermine pan-Arab movements and secular governments. By the 1980s, this had become a weapon to destroy the Soviet Union in Afghanistan. The CIA called it Operation Cyclone; and a cyclone it turned out to be, with its unleashed fury blowing back in the faces of its creators. The attacks of 9/11 and in London in July, 2005 were the result of this blowback, as were the recent, gruesome murders of the American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff. For more than a year, the Obama administration armed the killers of these two young ...
Kerry, in Saudi Arabia, wins support for anti-Islamic State coalition - A day after what amounted to a call to...
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Dear if you want an "Islamic State" it already exists, it's called Saudi Arabia
Arab allies pledge to fight Islamic State group: Saudi Arabia, the Emirates and Egypt are at odds with ...
News about the state of affairs of the Ummah. The Prophet(s.a.w) said "whosoever awakens not concerned with Muslims(affairs) is not from them" Topic: "The disbelieving states lead by America gives and promotes to the Ummah two choices: Accept the ISIS(Iraq-Syria) as Islamic State or reject any idea of Islamic State, accept Secular democracy and help us against Muslims"-as if the ISLAMIC STATE BY THE PROPHET(S.A.W) IS UNKNOWN!!! Quoting from Reuters.com, about US making allies with Muslims to fight Muslims: After talks in Saudi Arabia's summer capital Jeddah, Secretary of State John Kerry won backing from 10 Arab countries - Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and six Gulf States including rich rivals Saudi Arabia and Qatar - for a coalition to fight the Sunni militants that have seized swathes of Iraq and Syria. A State Department official traveling with Kerry said the top U.S. diplomat would the ask allies to make room for U.S. military activity:.. Kerry would also urge regional television news outlets, particu ...
Carol J. Williams, Paul Richter, Laura King 6:23 p.m. The coalition taking shape as Secretary of State John F. Kerry launched a recruitment drive Thursday among Middle Eastern states and European allies appears to be broader and more committed than the one mustered for the 2003 invasion of Iraq, but the U.S. must straddle sharp and growing divisions in the Muslim world over whether to combat or accommodate the forces of militant Islam. Kerry, who held meetings in Saudi Arabia on Thursday ahead of planned trips to Ankara and Cairo, is seeking to stitch together a broad-based Arab resistance against Islamic State's violent advance in Iraq and Syria, even though governments and citizens from some of the Arab nations he seeks to assemble stand accused of providing logistical and financial support to militant Islamic organizations, including those operating in Syria. The issue of support to organizations such as Hamas in the Gaza Strip and the Muslim Brotherhood elsewhere in the Middle East has fueled long-sta ...
(AP) — Arab allies are promising to "do their share" to fight Islamic State militants. Secretary of State John Kerry met in Saudi Arabia today with his counterparts from 10 Arab states. In a joint statement following the session, Saudi Arabia, other Gulf States, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon pledged to stand against terrorism. They promised steps including stopping the flow of fighters and funding, repudiating the Islamic State group's ideology, providing humanitarian aid and joining in a coordinated military campaign. Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal says coalition members agreed to share responsibilities for fighting the Islamic State group, as well as to "be serious and continuous" in efforts to eliminate all such terrorist organizations. Turkey also attended the meeting, but the NATO member refused to sign the final communique. Ankara has been reluctant to take a prominent role in the coalition, in part out of concern for the 49 Turkish citizens who were kidnapped from the Turkish cons ...
John Kerry in Saudi Arabia seeking support for fighting agasint Islamic State
"Kerry heads to Jordan, Saudi Arabia to rally against Islamic State
Right now in the Middle East, there is a regime that is run according to one the strictest interpretations of Islam ever known, that beheads and crucifies innocent people on the regular, runs paramilitary terror squads to enforce religious compliance, affords no rights to women, has one of the worst Human Rights records imaginable, and prohibits non-Muslims from even entering one of its major cities. Nope, not the Islamic State. Our ally. Saudi Arabia.
Islamic State requires Saudi Arabia to rethink its support for extremism
The king of Saudi Arabia has warned that jihadists could target the United States and Europe if leaders across the globe do not react to growing terrorist threats as Islamic State militants make advances across Iraq and Syria.
Islamic State: Who supports the jihadist group? 1 September 2014 Islamic State outperformed all other militant rebel groups in Syria and continues to claim ground Many Gulf States have been accused of funding Islamic State (IS) extremists in Iraq and Syria. But as Michael Stephens, director of the Royal United Services Institute in Qatar, explains, not all is clear-cut in war. Much has been written about the support Islamic State (IS) has received from donors and sympathisers, particularly in the wealthy Gulf States. Indeed the accusation I hear most from those fighting IS in Iraq and Syria is that Qatar, Turkey and Saudi Arabia are solely responsible for the group's existence. But the truth is a little more complex and needs some exploring. It is true that some wealthy individuals from the Gulf have funded extremist groups in Syria, many taking bags of cash to Turkey and simply handing over millions of dollars at a time. This was an extremely common practice in 2012 and 2013 but has since diminished and ...
Perhaps than he should STOP giving them money and support? Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) (AFP) - King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia has warned that the West will be the next target of the jihadists sweeping through Syria and Iraq, unless there is "rapid" action. Related Stories US urges global 'coalition' to fight IS jihadists AFP Saudi king warns of terrorism threat to U.S., Europe Reuters Islamic State 'beyond anything we've seen': US AFP Islamic State vows to 'break the American cross' Reuters U.S. Considering Taking Fight Against Islamic State Into Syria Huffington Post "If we ignore them, I am sure they will reach Europe in a month and America in another month," he said in remarks quoted on Saturday by Asharq al-Awsat daily and Saudi-backed Al-Arabiya television station. "Terrorism knows no border and its danger could affect several countries outside the Middle East," said the king who was speaking at a welcoming ceremony on Friday for new ambassadors, including a new envoy from Saudi ally the United States. The ...
Qatar's role as US ally at odds with claims it sponsors terror Published August 30, 2014 FoxNews.com If the Middle East were one big room, Qatar would be the elephant, according to a growing number of regional experts who believe the oil rich emirate is propping up violent jihadists around the globe even as it poses as a U.S. ally and would-be broker of peace. Israel has long complained of Qatar's alleged duplicity, accusing it of meddling, bankrolling Hamas in Gaza, exporting radical Islamic terrorism through its tight links to the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Nusra. And a German official recently suggested that Qatar may also play a role in funding Islamic State, the savage extremist group behind the beheading of U.S. journalist James Foley. "You have to ask who is arming, who is financing ISIS troops? The key word there is Qatar - and how do we deal with these people and states politically?" German Development Minister Gerd Muller said last week. In response, Qatari Foreign Minister Khalid bin Mohammed al ...
The wonderful Bernard Keene in Crikey! Like many another aspect of our ever more ossified public life, the terrorism panic currently underway is following increasingly ritualised forms. Yesterday, exactly as the vile butchers of Islamic State would want, the Prime Minister hysterically warned that beheadings like that of James Foley could happen in Australia. Yes, Prime Minister, that's exactly why IS chose an executioner with a British accent, to induce hysteria from people like you. Like the UK's David Cameron, who warned of the establishment of a "terrorist state on the shores of the Mediterranean", Abbott is, along with IS, anxious to play up the domestic threat to his own constituents. At least there is some basis for Cameron's concerns about domestic terrorism in the UK. There is no evidence, none of any kind, that such a threat exists in Australia. It is, however, a very real threat in Saudi Arabia. Just this month alone, according to Al Jazeera, the Saudia Arabian government has beheaded 19 Saudi ...
THE ZIONIST NEO-CON ENGINEERED DESTRUCTION AND POLITICAL FRAGMENTATION OF IRAQ. THE US ACTS AS USUAL AS THE ROTHSCHILD ZIONIST-SOCKPUPPET IT IS AND CONTINUES TOWARDS THE CREATION OF A US SPONSORED ISLAMIST CALIPHATE THE ISLAMIC STATE OF IRAQ AND AL-SHAM: AN INSTRUMENT OF THE ANGLO-ZIONIST WESTERN MILITARY ALLIANCE Rothschild’s boy, President Barack Obama has initiated a series of US bombing raids in Iraq allegedly directed towards the rebel army of the Islamic State (IS). The Islamic State terrorists are portrayed as an enemy of America and the Western world. Amply documented, the Islamic State is a creation of Western intelligence, supported by the CIA and Israel’s Mossad and financed by Saudi Arabia and Qatar. We are dealing with a diabolical military agenda whereby the United States is targeting a rebel army which is directly funded by the US and its allies. The incursion into Iraq of the Islamic State rebels in late June was part of a carefully planned intelligence operation. The rebels of the Isl ...
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Is Saudi Arabia Isis Next Target Along Saudi Arabia's long, lonely desert border with its northern neighbour Iraq, the Ministry of Interior guards have every reason to stay alert. Isis, the well-armed and well-funded jihadist army that has seized control of most of western Iraq, is now effectively at the kingdom's doorstep. Nearly half the 900km (560 mile) Saudi-Iraq border is with Iraq's Anbar province where The Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isis), now rebranded as simply "The Islamic State", is largely able to move its fighters around at will. Saudi Arabia may not yet be directly in its sights but officials fear this is only a matter of time. Isis backlash Many of its most violent frontline fighters are believed to be Saudi nationals who may eventually come home, radicalised and brutalised by the conflict. Model in a glass case of Saudi Arabia's border defences with Iraq Saudi border defences - a model of which is seen here - are a far tougher prospect for Isis rebels than the Iraq-Syria border ...
From Iraq to Saudi Arabia to Indonesia and beyond, public whippings are part of the fabric of the sharia. Unlike Jewish law and Canon law, Islamic law (the Sharia) asserts its authority over non-Muslims. Jews fast on Yom Kippur, but never would they ask, let alone demand, that anyone else fast, or punish anyone for […] The post PHOTO: Islamic State Publicly Whips Man For Eating During Ramadan … In Front of Children appeared first on Pamela Geller, Atlas Shrugs.
Feeling uneasy and alarmed.Israel bombing the Palestine's Gaza Strip. Afghanistan election is rigged and the Taliban goes on a killing spree. Iraq has been in even more turmoil and may be split in three among the Kurds, Shia and Sunni. Syria'a Civil War escalates among Shia, Sunni, and Hezbollah...death toll 180,000? Syria and Islamic State militants plotting to attack & control Lebanon. Iran and nuclear weapons threat. Saudi Arabia hiding Al Qaida and other militant Islamists. Will the world EVER see peace in the Middle East or is it always to be a ticking time bomb?
Saudi Arabia has announced it is sending 30,000 soldiers to monitor the border with Iraq, amid fears over the spread of Islamic State
A member of Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) has said that they planned to capture Saudi Arabia and destroy the Kaaba, according to report in Turkish media.
Meanwhile, rebels are turning on rebels - with US support. The Telegraph reports: "The United States and Gulf countries have been secretly backing efforts by some of the opposition to destroy al–Qaeda's most extreme wing in Syria, diplomats and rebels involved in the plan have told The Daily Telegraph. As Western diplomats publicly push the Syrian regime and the opposition to the Geneva peace conference that begins tomorrow, Washington has also been quietly supporting moves by Saudi Arabia and Qatar to give weapons and cash to rebel groups to fight al–Qaeda's Islamic State of Iraq and al–Shams (ISIS). One source said the US was itself handing out millions of dollars to rebel groups best equipped to take on the extremists while another confirmed America was providing non–lethal aid."-Mehdi Mehdi Hasan
I was watching Syrian war videos to know what is happening there. To my surprise, i saw the killing people are screaming 'allahu akbar' and the dying people are also screaming 'allahu akbaar' at the top of their voices... then i researched into this and found that muslim sects hate each other to DEATH !! Reallly ... The ISIS ( Islamic State of Iraq and Syria = Al Queda ) are killing the Shia in Iraq , who in turn are murdering the Salfia in Iraq , who are infiltrating to Syria to kill the Alawites , who are slaughtering Jabat al Nusra ( Suna in Syria = Al Queda), who are crossing to Lebanon to kill the Hizbullah ( Shia ), who are supporting the Islamic Brotherhood in Egypt , who want to kill General Sisi Deffence Minister of Egypt ) , who is besieging the Hamas in Gaza , who are trying to overthrow President Abbas and take over the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank, who in turn want to depose King Abdullah ( Jordan ) , who is being backed by Saudi Arabia , who are in conflict with Iran , who support ...
I have been very troubled by the fact that Fallujah has fallen back into Enemy hands the other day. It fell to the Al Qaeda linked Islamic State of Iraq and Levant. It is as if our American, British and the first time Polish Allies and the Iraqi Army affiliated with them fought and some died there nearly 10 years ago for nothing. I can almost guarantee you that it will again be a safe haven for the Enemy and International Islamist Fighters will be arriving there from all over the World, just as in 2004. There were guys there with Al Qaeda from the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Chechnya, Sudan, Libya, Syria, Indonesia, Malaysia, Egypt, India, Pakistan, Algeria, Somalia and many more countries, just about you name it they were there, then there was the smaller Iraqi People there, mainly former Saddam supporters, former Republican Guard and Ba'athists and a small Shi'ite, though hated loaned from Moqtada Al Sadr and a certain number from Iran. Let me tell you if the U.S. and it's Allies had pulled out of Iraq s ...
Most people would automatically assume Saudi Arabia to be an Islamic State. Let us examine this concept in the light of Saudi Arabia’s relationship with the secular United Nations. Why choose Saudi Arabia, when one knows that the majority of government systems in Muslim lands are also members of the United Nations. Why weren’t they exposed and criticised? There are four reasons behind choosing Saudi Arabia from amongst all the other states in Muslim lands: 1. Of all these states, Saudi Arabia is the most defended as being an Islamic state. This is because of (a) having Islam’s most sacred places; (b) implementing more of the Shar’iah than the other states; and (c) having many well-known scholars holding the opinion that it is Islamic. 2. By exposing Saudi Arabia, which many Muslims would certainly argue its being un-Islamic, the other states will consequently be unveiled as well. This is because their promotion and practice of secularism is open and direct. 3. If one were to investigate the relati ...
BREAKING: Islamic State of Iraq and ash-Sham executes alleged spy working for Saudi Arabia and in Raqqa.
depends on your definition of an Islamic state or are you looking at places like Saudi Arabia which is not an Islamic state
Taliban Emirate and the United Front Main articles: Civil War in Afghanistan (1996–2001) and Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan The Taliban started shelling Kabul in early 1995 but were defeated by forces of the Islamic State government under Ahmad Shah Massoud.[116][120] Amnesty International, referring to the Taliban offensive, wrote in a 1995 report: "This is the first time in several months that Kabul civilians have become the targets of rocket attacks and shelling aimed at residential areas in the city."[116] The Taliban's early victories in 1994 were followed by a series of defeats that resulted in heavy losses which led analysts to believe the Taliban movement had run its course.[114] But Pakistan provided increased support to the Taliban.[110][121] Many analysts like Amin Saikal describe the Taliban as developing into a proxy force for Pakistan's regional interests.[110] On 26 September 1996, as the Taliban with military support by Pakistan and financial support by Saudi Arabia prepared for another ...
Today's Missions News: WASHINGTON, D.C. (Worthy News)– Eight of the top 10 persecutors of Christians worldwide are Islamic states, according to the Open Doors’ 2013 World Watch List. Islamic extremism is the prime persecutor of Christians in the world today, and Islamic extremists, either in government, or in violent opposition to that government, are the sources of that persecution, said Ron Boyd-MacMillan, chief strategy officer for Open Doors. In fact, the uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East that began nearly two years ago have resulted in an even greater persecution of Christians. “The Arab Spring has turned into an Islamic Winter for the Christians in the Middle East,” said Boyd-MacMillan. “In every country where a regime has been deposed — such as Tunisia, Libya, Morocco and Egypt — Islam is still in power and putting pressure on the Christian minority.” Saudi Arabia was the worst persecutor second only to North Korea, which practices a cult-like worship of the ruling Kim . ...
“A woman is being Tortured in Mali, another one is being Raped in Syria, at Iraq she’s in Jail, at Somalia she’s Starving and all of the West cares about is a woman that can’t Drive in Saudi Arabia.”
The FSA in Syria has called for an Islamic Sharia State post-Bashar a la Saudi Arabia& Afghanistan..
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One of the Main reasons I want Saudi Arabia to Let Women Drive, is not about equality, or access to transportation (though these are very important) but because I would like to stop having it as the main talking point about Saudi Arabia and Against Islam.. Let's get on to the real issues...
Saudi Arabia is in the news a lot these days. It is a country that many people in the West do not understand or know very much about. Yet almost everybody knows that Saudi Arabia has lots and lots of oil. They also know that Saudi Arabia is a strict Islamic State that is the birthplace and home ...
COVERT OPS IN NIGERIA: Fertile Ground for US Sponsored Balkanization By Nile Bowie Global Research, April 11, 2012 While the Sahel security crisis continues to deteriorate following Tuareg rebels’ declaration of an independent state in Mali’s troubled northern territory [1], recent events in Nigeria indicate a potential for increased regional instability. Boko Haram, a Salafist organization seeking to overthrow the secular administration of Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, has recently killed 38 civilians in a suicide car bomb targeting nearby churches holding Easter services in the northern city of Kaduna [2]. As part of an ongoing campaign of sectarian violence, the group has strived to implement sharia law through the establishment of an Islamic State in northern Nigeria [3]. The group’s belligerent acts of violence claimed more than 500 lives during 2011 [4], prompting President Jonathan to call the current security crisis more dire than that experienced during 1967’s Biafran Civil War, a ...
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