“Any American president has only two windows of opportunity to take on the Zionist Lobby – the first nine months of his first term and the last year of his second term if he has one,” former president Jimmy Carter told British journalist and author Alan Hart.
On May 26, 2014, Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz claimed that Saudi Prince Turki bin Faisal Al-Saud has declined former Israeli military intelligence head Gen. Amos Yadlin’s invitation to visit Israel for consultation over Iran’s nuclear program and Syrian situation.
According to the newspaper, Prince Al-Saud held friendly talks earlier in Belgium with Israeli justice minister Tzipi Livni who is wanted for war-crimes in UK, South Africa and Lebanon.
Prince Turki is the youngest son of King Faisal Al-Saud who was assassinated by CIA-Mossad agent for imposing an oil embargo against all countries supporting Israel on October 17, 1973. Prince Turki is former head of Saudi Arabia’s intelligence agency (1979-2001).
Recently, the German Marshal Fund held a panel discussion between Yadlin and Turki in Munich. The face-to-face meeting was moderated by no other than the notorious Israel-Firster David Ignatius, associate editor of Jewish Washington Post. The German taxpayers funded German Marshall Fund is a Zioconservatives advocacy group headed by Jewish millionaire Guido Goldman whose father Nahum Goldman founded the World Jewish Congress and also headed the Jewish Agency and World Zionist Organization (WZO).
The panel discussions began with Ignatius’ question to Turki about the Kingdom’s position and his personal views over Iran’s “nuclear ambitions” and his personal views that if the P5+1 vs Iran talks fails, would Saudi Arabia develop its own nuclear bomb.
Turki responded that Saudi Arabia and all the Gulf states have welcomed the interim agreement between the so-called P5+1 and Iran. However, it’s too early to say what Saudi reaction would be until the final agreement is signed between the US and Iran.
Israel, on the other hand, rejected the interim deal from the day one, by using the usual new Holocaust scare.
Turki also claimed that Saudi Arabia since 2002 has been calling for a nuclear-free zone in the Middle. The Arab League and the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) have also supported the idea of a nuclear-free ME. Iran, as member of OIC is also committed to a nuclear free zone.
In 2012, the UN General Assembly called upon the Zionist entity to join the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT). The UN resolution was rejected by Netanyahu calling the 174 nations which voted for the resolution being “Jew haters”.
Turki said that Israel is the only country in the region which has nuclear and chemical weapons. He suggested that in order to have peace in the region, Israel must join NPT and its WMD stocks, like Syria’s, should be neutralized.
Islamic Republic is the only regional nation which has held two international conferences on nuclear-free ME which were attended by over 40 foreign nations.
Amos Yadlin, is a retired Israeli airforce general and one of the pilots who bombed Iraq’s Osirak future nuclear reactor building in June 1981 while flying US donated F-16 Fighting Falcon. After his retirement, Yadlin worked for American Jewish lobby WINEP. He supported the November 2013 Geneva interim agreement between P5+1 and Iran.
Responding to Turki’s comments, Yadlin, as expected, brought in the usual Holocaust Hasbara myth which happened in Europe 70 years ago, as the reason for Israel to have nuclear and chemical weapons. He asserted that Israel cannot agree to a nuclear free Middle East unless all Muslim countries recognize Israel as a Jewish state. Until then, he said, Israel cannot trust its Muslim neighbors.
Yadlin also repeated Zionist lie that Israel is against Iran’s nuclear program because Iran aims to “wipe Israel off map”, and that Tehran is supporting Hizbullah, Syria and Hamas to reach its aim. Yadlin said that during the Cold War United States and USSR, both nuclear powers, never called for destruction of each other but Iran wants to destroy Israel.
Turki reminded Yadlin that just Arab countries don’t need to secure Israeli “trust” but that it’s a two way street. At that point Yadlin asked Turki if he trust Iran. Turki responded that it’s not a question of trust but a reality. Then he elaborated that Iranian regime is facing internal political struggle. He said that Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif doesn’t have a clue what he is doing (Zarif happens to be more educated than those three Zionist idiots. He has PhD in polical science from an American University). Turki also informed his Jewish audience that though president Rouhani has Khamenei’s “ears”, the final decisions about Iran’s nuclear policy are made by Ayatullah Ali Khamenei, which is true.
The two Zionist Jews on the panel and mostly Jewish audience had a good laugh when wrongfully claimed that Iran’s economy is in a total mess due to US imposed sanctions.
Ignatius finally asked Turki for his views on the desired regime change in Syria. Without acknowledging Saudi Arabia’s funding the Takfiri homicidals fighting against Syrian people, Turki said that Bashar Assad must go, and that United States should arm the “moderate” rebels against Syrian army. However, he said, he was against putting American boots in Syria. Watch the video below.
Two weeks ago, Saudi foreign minister Prince Saud al-Faisal invited his Iranian counterpart to visit Saudi Arabia. The invitation is still being discussed by Rouhani regime. Alexander Polishyuk, chairman of Russia-Iran Friendship society believes that both United States and Saudi arabia has come to conclusion that Iran’s role as one of major regional key-players cannot be eliminated.
“The position of the US administration and of the rulers of Saudi Arabia is very important, especially in this situation, when despite the support of Qatar and Saudi Arabia to the Syrian opposition the latter actually couldn’t gain power. They have been fighting for approximately more than three years, but the result is the devastation of the country whereas the power is still in the hands of Bashar al Assad,” he told The Voice of Russia on May 14, 2014.