On Monday, Saudi King Salman ended his 5-day royal visit to Egypt. The meeting between two Crypto Jewish head of Muslim-majority states – King Salman (here), and Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (here) got Israelis very excited.
During the visit, King Salman promised to invest $16 billion to boost military dictatorship in Egypt. A grateful Egyptian dictator announced the return of two Red Sea islands of Tiran and Sanafir to King Salman. The two island were gifted to Egypt by late Saudi King Faisal during the Suez Canal fiasco. Both islands were invaded and occupied by the Jewish army in 1967. They were returned to Egypt as part of Israel-Egypt peace treaty arranged by the present-day antisemite former president Jimmy Carter in 1979 between Israel’s terrorist Menachem Begin and Egyptian traitor Anwar Sadaat.
Strategically located, the tiny islands are of great importance to the Zionist entity. They’re located at the mouth of the Gulf of Aqaba, through which sea traffic to the Zionist entity’s southern port of Eilat must pass en route to and from the Red Sea. Israel maintains an early warning post on the islands.
King Salman has agreed that the islands would be administered as per Egypt-Israel peace treaty under the KSA rule.
Egyptian journalist and political satirist Massem Mohammed Youssef wrote a tweet saying: “Come on Pasha, an island will cost you a billion, a pyramid will cost two billion and you’ll get two statues thrown in as a gift.”
Al-Sisi, former head of Egyptian army took power via a military coup against the democratically elected government of President Dr. Mohammed Morsi with the help of CIA and Mossad in 2013 after the later was in power less than one year.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) within weeks of the coup sent more than US$8 billion to the coup regime. Gen. al-Sisi ran for president in 2014, and won it with whooping 92% forged votes. Both Washington and Tel Aviv declared it a ‘democratic victory’.
Last year, Saudi ‘royals’ paid Israel $16 billion to buy powerful American Jewish lobby groups (51) for support against Syria, Iran, Iraq and Lebanese Hizbullah.
The Muslim Lawyers Association of South Africa is campaigning to drag former Israeli president Shimon Peres to international court over war crimes he committed in Egypt (1956), Lebanon (1996), supporting Apartheid South Africa during the 1970s and 1980s – and supporting France during Algeria’s War of Independence in 1960s.
Listen to an interview with Pakistan-born British author and film-maker Tariq Ali, entitled, Dictatorship on the Nile, below.