The Zionist shill, American investigative journalist (sic) and author of 2000 book, Why The Holocaust Happened: Its Religious Cause and Scholarly Cover-up, Eric Zuesse posted another crappy Opinion post at the Strategic-Culture Foundation journal (July 8) over the recent tug of war between Saudi ‘royals’ and Qatari ‘royals’. According to Zuesse, the clash between the two so-called Fundamentalist (sic) Sunni Saudi and Thani families is rooted in Thani ‘royals’ support for anti-Israel Shi’ite Iran and anti-Israel Sunni Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood.
“These are the two main families vying for the leadership not only of Arabia, but of international Islam. Until now, both families have been backed by the US aristocracy ((especially the Israeli and Jewish ones, plus the Mercers who funded Trump’s campaign). But that might now be beginning to change – and the US join the Sauds against the Thanis,” Zuesse said to establish his anti-Zionist credibility.
But in the next paragraph, he spouted his anti-Muslim agenda.
“The difference between the Sauds and the Thanis is that whereas the Sauds are committed to destroying Iran and all Shiite Muslims, the Thanis instead aim to bring together Sunnis and Shiites into a broader Islamic control over the world. The Sauds say that Iran is the terrorist threat to the world, and that the Thanis aren’t sufficiently hostile against ‘terrorists’ (i.e., against Shia, such as Iran’s rulers; or against Shia-tolerating Sunnis, such as Qatar’s rulers, and their Muslim Brotherhood),” claims Zuesse.
Saudi Arabia has 15% Shi’ite minority which has been persecuted by the Wahhabi majority but not exterminated like Palestinian natives in the Jewish occupied Palestine (Israel).
The FBI reports that between 1980-2005, more terrorist acts were committed by 13 million world Jewry than 1.9 billion Muslims.
As far the Islamic control over the world (NWO) is concerned – most western intellectual believe it’s a masonic Jewish agenda as mentioned in The Protocol of the Elders of Zion than Islamic Shari’ah. Canadian Jewish academic Henry Makow, PhD, confirmed it in an article on February 12, 2005.
Iran, before the 1979 Islamic Revolution was a trusted ally of both the US and the Zionist entity. The Islamic regime in Tehran since 1980 has supported Palestinian struggle against Israeli occupation but it considers the Zionist regime being the enemy of both Jews and Palestinians. Iranian leaders including former president Ahmadinejad who wished a Middle East without Zionist regime. Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah ali Khamenei is on record saying that Iran will accept Palestinians’ decision over the existence of state of Israel.
Muslim Brotherhood had been accused of committing 9/11 by some pro-Israel US lawmakers while former US president Barack Obama and Victoria Jane Nuland a Zionist whore had claimed the MB is not anti-Israel.
“Muslim Brotherhood is more moderate than Al-Qaeda: whereas the Muslim Brotherhood seeks to unify the world’s Muslims, Al-Qaeda has come to be at war against Shi’ites and not only against other non-Sunnis,” ranted Zuesse.
If that’s true – why the hell the US and Israel are protecting Al-Qaeda in Syria?
“Both Iran and Qatar – and the Muslim Brotherhood – have official policies rejecting the apartheid Israeli government, its authority over Palestinians. By contrast, the Saudis are increasingly allied with Israel’s aristocracy, not only because both aristocracies are obsessed to overthrow the Shia leaders in Iran, Syria and Lebanon, but because both the Saudi and the Israeli aristocracies are bonded with (and rely upon) America’s, in order to be able to carry out their own military operations,” asserts Zuesse.
It seems the idiot doesn’t know that 57 UN member states don’t recognizes Israel’s to exist in Palestine – and all of them are not Muslim-majority states. Furthermore, Muslim Brotherhood is not a state – it doesn’t even has military wing like Hamas, Hizbullah, IRS or Spain’s Izquierda Unida (United Left).
Furthermore, Lebanon has always a Christian President and Sunni prime minister according to country’s Constitution imposed by French colonists.
Syria is ruled by Ba’ath Party, a socialist-Arab nationalist party which has nothing to do with religion. Its members include Sunnis, Christians, Druze and Alwites. Ari Heistein, former special assistant to Gen. Amos Yadlin in an article for Zionist think tank CFR in August 2015, wrote: “The Shia government in Teheran and the Alawi regime in Damascus have had warm relations since Iran’s Islamic Revolution, and many attribute that to a common affinity for Shia Islam. While Alawis have embraced their relatively recent inclusion in the Muslim world, for the vast majority of their history Alawite doctrine and practice were considered beyond the boundaries of Islam. In fact, the claim that the Damascus-Teheran alliance is a product of a shared religious tradition connecting the Shia and Alawis has it backwards: political alliances were not made for religious reasons, religious alliances were made for political reasons.”