The Zionist regime and the Saudi ‘royals’ have been sharing the same bed secretly for decades as result of their common Jewish origin. However, recently, they have dropped the secrecy of their long love affairs to counter the so-called “Shia Crescent”; from Tehran to Damascus and Beirut.
Zionist justice minister Tzipi Livni has confirmed what many people have been suspecting for years. She says Riyadh and Tel Aviv are united in their stance against Iran. It is not just Iran that the two seem to be in agreement on, but also they are on the same side of the Syrian situation, supporting Salafist extremists. Watch video below.
American Jewish writer and blogger, Stephen Lendman, describes this alliance, saying: “Israel and Saudi Arabia are rogue states writ large. They’re two of the world’s worst. They deplore democratic values. They spurn rule of law principles. They commit horrendous human and civil rights abuses. They’re responsible for daily crimes against humanity.”
Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Lebanese Islamic Resistance, said on Monday: “The region cannot keep ablaze just because there are angry countries. There is (Saudia) a state which wants to hinder the dialogue and to postpone Geneva II, but all those who oppose the political solution in Syria are drinking from the same well. Those who oppose the solution want more destruction in Syria, in the regional states and in Palestine“.
Conn M. Hallinan, an independent US journalist, posted an article at the Foreign Policy in Focus, on October 29, titled ‘Forces Amassing to undermine P5+1 Nuke Talks with Iran’.
“There are the neo-conservatives who pressed so hard to invade Iraq, including former UN ambassador John Bolton, who recently called for Israel to attack Iran, former Pentagon analyst Matthew Kroenig, Gary Schmitt of the American Enterprise Institute, and historian Niall Ferguson. They are joined by congressional hawks ranging from the traditional “we never saw a war we didn’t like” types – Republican Senator Lindsay Graham, who plans to introduce a resolution authorizing the use of military force against Iran—to Democrats, like liberal Ron Wyden, co-sponsor of a bill that would urge the U.S. to aid Israel militarily if Tel Aviv attacked Tehran,” said Hallinan.
“The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is lobbying Congress in an effort to constrain the Obama administration’s negotiating options, and encouraging the Senate to pass a bill that would essentially prevent Iran from selling any of its oil. Many in the Congress have adopted the Israeli government’s demand that Iran dismantle much of its nuclear industry and agree to end all enhancement activities, two things Teheran will almost certainly refuse to do,” added Hallinan. Read the rest of the article here.