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Saudi Arabian Mufti: ISIS-Daesh Militants are ‘Israeli Soldiers’

21st Century Wire says…

Here’s a very interesting comment from the Saudi Grand Mufti – implicating Israel in the terrorist conclave currently infesting Syria and Iraq.

He’s not far off the mark when you consider the amount of reports that have been surfacing recently which detail Israel’s involvement in supporting al Nusra and ISIS terror brigades attempting to destabilize and over throw the governments in Israel’s neighboring countries.

Not surprisingly, however, the Grand Mufti failed to call out his own government, Saudi Arabia, and its intelligence and ‘third party’ efforts to finance and arm the militant Sunni jihadist fighting groups in Syria, Iraq and beyond.

The truth is, in the upper echelons of statecraft, both Israel and Saudi Arabia are as thick as thieves. Both use their spare cash to manipulate the US political system, as well as share many common attributes (both countries aspire to run pure religious and tribal states, aside from cheap migrant labor of course) and they both care little for Christians in the region (Israeli actions are responsible for millions of Arab Christians fleeing the regions out of Palestine and Lebanon), and both would like very much to see Shi’ite Muslims out of the Middle East completely.

Come on Mufti, if you are going to spill the beans, then spill them all…


Sputnik News

Saudi Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdulaziz Al Sheikh urged increased Islamic cooperation against Daesh, claiming that the militant group was a “part of the Israeli army.”

The Mufti’s statements followed remarks attributed to secretive Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a 24-minute audio recording released last week. In the recording Al-Baghdadi called the new Saudi-led alliance a US ‘puppy’ and threatened to turn Israel into a “graveyard,” saying Daesh has “not forgotten Palestine for a single moment.”

During a telephone interview with the Saudi Gazette, Al Sheikh spoke in support of an Islamic anti-terrorism military alliance and vowed to defeat the Daesh extremists, claiming that the actions of the violent religious group are heretical and un-Islamic.

“They cannot be considered as followers of Islam,” he said. “Rather, they are an extension of Kharijites, who rose in revolt against the Islamic caliphate for the first time by labeling Muslims as infidels and permitting their bloodletting.”

As for al Baghdadi’s pledge to attack Israel, the 72-year old Al Sheikh said that it was a lie and that Daesh jihadists were part of Israeli army.

“Actually Daesh is part of the Israeli soldiers,” he stated, asserting an alliance between the Israeli army and Daesh militants.

The pronouncements by both Al Sheikh and al-Baghdadi make it obvious that Israel remains a politically charged issue in the kingdom.

Saudi Arabia on December 15 announced the formation of a coalition to counter terrorism, created by Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Prince Muhammed bin Salman. Member states include Egypt, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Malaysia, Pakistan and Gulf Arab and several African states.

READ MORE ISRAEL NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire Israel Files



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