Israeli coup in Saudi Arabia

On Thursday, 18 Israeli fighters jets and two Gulfstream aircrafts landed in Saudi Arabia to prevent any hostile or military moves by supporters of recently deposed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz, 57, by Saudi King Salman.

After firing his nephew, the king appointed his son prince Mohammed bin Salman, 31, country’s defense minister as the new Crown Prince.

The Jewish-controlled media ignored the news or called it an exaggeration on part of Iranian media even though WSJ recently admitted that Israel funds and provides food and medical care to ISIS terrorists and the fact that Riyadh gave US$16 billion dowry to Israel for an anti-Iran marriage two years ago.

On Wednesday, the Times of Israel reported that Israel’s communication minister MK Ayoub Kara, an Israeli Zionist Druze, welcomed King Salman’s naming of prince Mohammed Bin Salman as its new crown prince, saying he hoped the change would accelerate the kingdom’s alliance with Israel.

On June 21, Zvi Bar’el reported at Israeli daily Ha’aretz that the rise of prince Mohammed bin Salman as a good news for Israel because he follows Israel’s policy on Iran, Syria, Yemen, Bahrain, Hizbullah, and Hamas. Bar’el also boasted that the ailing king is expected to step-down in favor of his ‘boy son’ in the near future.

Bin Salman became the contact not only between the kingdom and Washington, but also with Russia: the new heir met with President Vladimir Putin several times to coordinate policy on Syria and Iran. He also met several Israeli officials in Eilat in 2015, also on the margins of the Arab summit in Jordan this March, and there are regular meetings between Saudi and Israeli officers in the joint war room where Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the United States coordinate,” Bar’el claimed.

Prince Salman is considered an anti-Iran hawk who dined with US president Donald Trump, a Judas Goat in the White House in March 2017. During the meeting two discussed the measures to isolate Iran by attacking its regional allies such as Syria, Hizbullah, Hamas and Shi’ite fighters in Iraq.

However, like Netanyahu, bin Salman also wants the Americans to fight Saudi dirty wars in the region. In an exclusive interview he gave to Jewish Economist magazine in January 2016, bin Salman was quoted as saying: “We do not foresee a war between Saudi Arabia and Iran at all, and whoever is pushing towards that is somebody who is not in their right mind. Because a war between Saudi Arabia and Iran is the beginning of a major catastrophe in the region, and it will reflect very strongly on the rest of the world. For sure we will not allow any such thing to happen.”

The rulers of UAEKuwait, Oman, Jordan, Dubai and Bahrain congratulated the new crown prince while QatarEgypt and Pakistan ignored the news.

Saudi ‘royals’ have become former Iranian ‘royals’ before the 1979 Islamic Revolution – depending on US-Israel protection while wasting billions of petrodollars on buying US arms and Israeli favor to save their crown while majority of Iranian had no say in countries governance. All this changed under the leadership of Imam Khomeini. King Reza Shah last his crown while both the US and Israel refused to give political asylum. Same fate is waiting for the Saudi ‘royals’.

The western pundits believe that bin Salman would westernize the kingdom as he had already limited the power of the ‘royal’ Wahhabi clerics and have allowed some public entertainment such as bingo and theatre. Hopefully, soon Saudi women would be allowed to drive – a privilege Jew women cannot afford in New York. I’m waiting for the news of first gay parade in Riyadh led by no other than Tzipi Livni. How about a six-star Trump Hotel in Makkah for Hajj pilgrims?

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