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« on: March 20, 2012, 04:02:32 am »

By Haytham A. K. Radwan
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While Islam as a faith is the main religion in 48 countries, and Muslims around the globe are rapidly growing, Saudi Islam is the main sectarian movement in Saudi Arabia, and its influence is also rapidly growing. Acting as the protector of Islam through its own form of Islam, while it remains an American client state through its location, petrodollar’s cheque book, and American diplomatic and military protection, it could be argued that among the major influential players, Saudi Arabia’s policies, its own form of Islam, and its relations with the US, undoubtedly constitute one of the most serious threats to the security of the world today.

Indeed, since the eighteenth century, and in conjunction with the Wahhabi religious establishment, Saudi Arabia became the centre for a new brand of religious imperialism based on sectarian movements. For nearly a century, the kingdom’s religious fervour kept the oil-rich country in the Western political camp. Today, the existence of radical Islamic groups is in part a legacy of the Saudi form of Islam, not Islam itself, and the Saudi-US alliance, and of political decisions made to address a different set of security concerns which helped no one accept the US projects.

While Islam itself as a faith is not a threat to international security, it is Saudi Islam that is a threat. Indeed, it is fair to say that the problems within the Muslim world today rise not from Islam itself, but from the Saudi form of Islam, Muslim religious leaders who are relying on Saudi support, and their own interpretations of the Quran. It is also fair to say that questions pertaining to why Americans see Islam as a threat to world stability is because of the American failures to distinguish between Islam as a faith and Saudi Islam. In the US, Islam has been perceived as a threat to its civilization. However, while Americans knew that Islam itself is not a threat to their civilization, the majority of American politicians, journalists, and ideologists have ignored the truth that the threat is coming from Saudi Islam. This is seen as a tactic to avoid any damage to the relations with the House of Saud in order to keep economic and political interests alive.

As a result, the Saudi-US relationship and the Saudi Wahhabi expansionist policy not only transform Muslim world politics, but also world politics. Saudaisation movements may expand into broader struggle throughout the Arab and Muslim nations and beyond. In some parts of the Muslim world, steps toward Saudaisation have already begun while the US is turning a blind eye to the Saudi rulers. At the same time, the US is also busy trying to convince the world that their policies towards Saudi Arabia is about promoting democracy and protecting human rights.

.... we are already seeing the war in Afghanistan, in Pakistan, in Iraq, in Lebanon, in Gaza, in Yemen and of course, the non-stoppable Wahhabi-American pressure on Syria.

Why? This is because Wahhabism itself is nothing more than an extension of Western imperialism. This short paper shed light on the roots and origin of the Saudi Wahhabism.

ROOTS OF WAHABBISM:

....  it was actually the British who initially provided the Saudis with the ideas of Wahhabism and made them its leaders for their own purposes to destroy the Muslim Ottoman Empire.  Details of the memoirs of the British spy available in the main article.

As a result, a small Bedouin army was established with the help of British undercover spies. In time, this army grew into a major menace that eventually terrorized the entire Arabian Peninsula up to Damascus, and caused one of the worst Fitnah (violent civil strife) in the history of Islam.[4] In the process, this army was able to viciously conquer most of the Arabian Peninsula to create the first Saudi-Wahhabi State.

After the death of Muhammad ibn Saud, his son, Abd al-Aziz, became Ad Diriyah’s new emir who captured Riyadh in 1773. By 1781, the al-Saud family’s territory extended outward from Ad Diriyah, located in the Arabian Peninsula’s central region of Najd, about one hundred miles in every direction. In 1788, Saud, son of Abd al-Aziz, was declared heir apparent. He led his Wahhabi warriors on more raids.[6] To fight what they considered Muslim “polytheists” and “heretics”, the Saudis-Wahhabis shocked the entire Muslim world when in 1802, invaded Iraq’s Shiite majority, sacked Karbala, where Hussein, the grandson of the prophet Muhammad and the leading Shiite martyr is buried, and also demolished the massive golden dome and intricate glazed tiles above Hussein Bin Ali’s tomb, a holy shrine to Shiite Muslims. In the same year, the Saudi-Wahhabi warriors committed another atrocity in Taif, just outside Mecca. Again in 1810 they ruthlessly killed many innocent people across the Arabian Peninsula. They raided and pillaged many pilgrimage caravans and sever major cities in Hejaz including the two holiest cities of Makah and Medina.

In Makah they turned away pilgrims, and in Medina they attacked and desecrated Prophet Mohammad’s Mosque, opened his grave, and sold and distributed its valuable relics and expensive jewels.  The Saudi-Wahhabi crimes angered the ottomans.

In 1818, an Egyptian army destroyed the Saudis-Wahhabis army and razed their capital to the ground. The Wahhabi Imam Abdullah al-Saud and two of his followers were sent to Istanbul in chains where they were publicly beheaded. The rest of the Saudi-Wahhabi clan was held in captivity in Cairo. The destruction of the Saudi-Wahhabi warrior’s alliance did not last long. It was soon revived with the help of British colonialist.

In 1865 an official treaty was established between the British and the Wahabi House. 

The twentieth century’s Saudi Arabia comprises the third period of Wahhabis political power. It has changed Saudi Arabia dramatically and the Saudi-Wahhabi’s kingdom has changed the century significantly. The first interval began in 1902, when Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud captured Riyadh and proceeded to re-establish a Wahhabi Kingdom. In 1904, Abd al-Aziz captured Anaiza, an oasis near Hail. In 1913, he captured Al Hasa Province, but had no idea that he had just acquired a quarter of the world’s oil.

In 1913, the British helped ibn Saud with the establishments of the Ikhwan (Muslim Brotherhood), an army of fierce religious warriors. The Ikhwan looked for the opportunity to fight non-Wahhabi Muslims—and non-Muslims as well—and they took Abd al Aziz as their leader. The Ikhwan movement began to emerge among the Bedouin. They abandoned their traditional way of life in the desert and moved to an agricultural settlement. By moving to agricultural settlement, the Ikhwan intended to take up a new way of life to enforce a rigid Islamic orthodoxy.

To achieve his goals, on December 26, 1915, Abd al Aziz signed treaty with Sir Percy Cox, Britain’s political agent in the Arab Gulf. The British praised Abd al-Aziz as the greatest Arab man, and recognised his [Abd al- Aziz] sovereignty over Najd and Al-Hasa (central and eastern Arabia), while Abd al-Aziz promised the British that he would not have any dealing with any other country without the British approval and supplies. In addition, the British praised Abd al-Aziz despite his unattractive traits. 

Indeed, when in 1915, there were more than 200 hujar in and around Najd and nearly 100,000 Ikhwan waiting to fight, the British supplied Abd al-Aziz with weapons and money. The word hijra (hujar) was related to the term for the Prophet’s emigration from Mecca to Medina in 622. This period ended in 1934, with the declaration of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under the leadership of Abd al-Aziz Ibn Saud.

Since then, Abd al-Aziz declared the relationship between oil and religion. Indeed, after establishing his British-made Wahhabi State, the Wahhabi king and imam Abd al-Aziz became an autocratic dictator who named the whole country after his own family, calling it the Kingdom of "Saudi” Arabia."

The Ikhwan warriors under the Saudi Wahabis went on a fighting sprey all over the peninsula.  In 1922 they as far as attacking Amman, capital of Trans-Jordan under British control.  This displeased the British.  Abd al-Aziz apologised to the British. The British asked him to draw borders between his kingdom and Jordan, Iraq, and Kuwait which explains how these regions became separate sovereign countries.

Today, although a few Wahhabi religious leaders have tried to “distant” themselves from the House of Saud’s brutality and anti-Islamic policies in a vain attempt to save Wahhabism’s image from further deterioration, most of the top Wahhabi religious leaders are still firmly behind the House of Saud. In fact, most Wahhabi leaders have openly supported the House of Saud’s unpopular domestic and foreign policies. Indeed, in the Arab nations, the rise of extremism in the form of the Wahhabi movement during the twentieth century could not have taken place without the huge investments made by the Al-Saud family in conjunction with the American in the name of democracy, freedom and human rights to destroy Arab nationalism, socialism and of course Islam.   This has intensified since the discovery of oil in the 1930s, reached its peak during World War II, and the Cold War, and took more extreme directions since the establishment of the Iranian Islamic Republic in 1979, and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in the same year.



Also check:

- 2002 Iraqi Intel Reported Wahhabis Are of Jewish Origin
- Jewish origin of Saudis and Wahabis
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« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2012, 04:29:36 am »

Thank you sis.  This is a very precise and comprehensive history of these criminals.  Now it shouldn't be difficult for our readers to read and be informed who these bandits are, who have today usurped that entire stretch of land, discarded the Noble Quran and abolished the Prophet's (s) teachings with the help of foreign colonialists.  Shame on the Saud / Wahab alliance and shame of the murderers called Ikhwan who considered themselves to be warriors.  They were brutal killers and plunderers with the Sauds, Wahabs and the British as their commanders.  This is what's known as the hezb-e-shaitaan or the army of satan. 
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« Reply #2 on: March 21, 2012, 01:32:36 am »

I remember read the biography of ibnu saud long time ago it give all positive light..
Among the interesting thing is how ibnu saud obey the 'just 4 wife' limit. He always have only 3 wife... whenever he meet some beautiful girl he will married her and divorce one of those 3 wife afterwards (so there always an empty space for next woman he meet on the road)....Till the end he divorce and married more than 100 woman that way Grin
btw, is there any relationship between ibn saud's ikhwan and today ikhwanul muslimin ?
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« Reply #3 on: March 26, 2012, 03:14:24 am »

Salam iwan and sorry for the late response. 

Yeah, I don't put that wife-juggling story past him.  He is capable of doing that.  Another violation of the Noble Quran by the Sauds.  The Quran clearly tells the Prophet (s) that he cannot exchange one wife for another for physical beauty.   Not that the Prophet (s) ever did that, but the Quran simply clarified a rule to him.  When the Prophet (s) himself had to follow this rule, it is mandatory on all other men as well. 

"It is not allowed thee to take (other) women henceforth, nor that thou shouldst change them for other wives even though their beauty pleased thee,"  (33:52).

But the Sauds and other rich gulf oil sheikhs have never had much shame and never felt guilty committing adultery or fornication.

As for the Ikhwans, the Sauds founded them in 1912.  Ikhwan (which in Arabic means 'brotherhood') were made up of desert bedouins.  For several years the Sauds made good use of the Ikwans fighting their battles for them .... both had die hard wahabi mentality.   But in the late 1920s (around 1928 or so), the Ikhwans had a fallout with the Sauds.  Many segments of the Ikhwans turned against the Sauds because the Sauds decided to introduce modern innovations in the peninsula like telephones, cars, electronics etc.  From 1928-30 the Sauds and the Ikhwans had a very rocky relationship and several fights & skirmishes took place between them.  Eventually the Ikhwans were defeated and declared their loyalty to the Sauds.  At present it's said that the former Ikhwans are a part of the Saudi National Guards.  As we can see, nowadays it's the Al-Qaeda members of different nationalities who are doing the fighting for the Sauds.  The scenario at present in Syria is a clear example.  What happened in Libya was also an example of it.  The Sauds are providing training to these rebels with US money and weapons and then sending them to make trouble against governments they don't like with NATO backing.

You can read in detail about Ikhwans here.
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