Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Saudi Arabia & Iran, The Divided House of Islam

And if a house be divided against itself, that house cannot stand.

Iran is seeking 'to control Islamic world', says Saudi Arabian prince

Framing the tensions with Iran in sectarian religious terms, Saudi's Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman al-Saud (and heir to the Saudi Throne) said it is Tehran’s goal “to control the Islamic world” and to spread its Shia doctrine in preparation for the arrival of a revered imam named Mohammed al-Mahdi. Shia Muslims believe al-Mahdi, the 12th and last Shia imam, who disappeared in the ninth century, will one day reappear to bring justice to the world.

 Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman al-Saud

“He will be a wild donkey of a man,
His hand will be against everyone,
And everyone’s hand will be against him;
And he will live to the east of all his brothers.”

I will call for a sword against him on all My mountains,” declares the Lord God. “Every man’s sword will be against his brother.


The Saudi's with their Wahhabi Sunni flavored religion of the false prophet Mohammed hate competition when it comes to spreading extremist radical Islam and it's terrorism.

Saudi Arabia's 'Lavish' Gift to Indonesia: Radical Islam

Prior to Saudi Arabia's attempts to spread Salafism across the Muslim world, Indonesia did not have terrorist organizations such as Hamas Indonesia, Laskar Jihad, Hizbut Tahrir, Islamic Defenders Front and Jemmah Islamiyah, to name just a few. Today, it is rife with these groups.


Don't you worry, Mohammed, we will never move the US Embassy to Jerusalem, it's all talk lies. That's what we politicians do with the lower caste voters.


Jihad Hussein Obama's Treason

Iran Using U.S. Cash to Fund Unprecedented, Massive Military Buildup

Leading members of Congress and U.S. officials working on the Iran portfolio suspect that at least a portion of the Obama administration's $1.7 billion cash payment to Iran  has been used to fund and support terrorists in the Middle East.

Iran is using the billions in cash resources provided under the landmark nuclear deal to engage in an unprecedented military buildup meant to transform the Islamic Republic's fighting force into an "offensive" juggernaut...

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