Search: Wahhabism,Saudi Arabia (3 materials)

Donald Trump: The 'Unreliable Flip-Flop Loser' President Who 'Lacks Stamina'

Within three days of a bizarre chemical gas poisoning incident in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria, the United States ratcheted up its global judge, jury and executioner role by firing a salvo of Tomahawk missiles on a Syrian airbase that was used to combat Daesh terrorists.  No due process or investigation was sought; not even a declaration of war that can only be sanctioned by Congress – something President Donald J. Trump had reminded his predecessor Barack Obama over the latter’s policy of unilateral military...

12.04.2017

Sinister Twilight in the Desert: The Coming End of ‘Wahhabism’ and its Aftermath

... the $300 billion spent by the US per annum over the past 40-odd years to securitize Gulf Arab regimes which, in turn, frees up native petrodollar profits for global jihad. According to a 2003 testimony provided at a US Senate committee on terrorism, Saudi Arabia had allegedly spent $87 billion between 1980 and 2000 on promoting “Wahhabism” worldwide. This included the financing of 210 Islamic centres, 1,500 mosques, 202 colleges and 2,000 Madrassas. In other words, the United States had actively subsidized global jihad to the tune of trillions over decades. One wonders ...

27.09.2016

In Time, Expect Big Changes in America's Middle East Relationships

... distance itself from the Gulf. It’s amazing that it’s taken us so long to realize how much our money going into Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and other Gulf states comes back to haunt us: though Joe Biden recently got in trouble for saying so, support ... ... from very wealthy individuals motivated by the Saudi state-sponsored and ever-present-throughout-the-Gulf religious cult of Wahhabism/Salafism streams out of the Gulf like an oil spill, polluting the entire region. Recent American increases in oil ...

19.01.2015

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