International War on Terror
With the actions the U.S. and its allies are taking internationally, it has become very obvious that the so-called “war on terror” is actually a war against Al-Islam. Muslim countries are being attacked under false pretense and for peacefully pursuing exploration of resources in creation that the Creator has made freely available for ALL human beings. The threat of war looms over many Muslim countries. Along with that, individual rights and freedoms of Muslims are being trampled on and many innocent Muslims are being imprisoned and tortured justified by the trumped up charge of being “terrorists”. The plans for deliberate war against Muslims are not secret. They are carefully laid out in open strategic documents developed in the US and Israel . This section will present articles dealing with the wars fought against Muslims in Iraq , Afghanistan , Iran , Sudan , Somalia , Chechnya , Kashmir and other places. It will also feature articles exposing the persecutions and injustices faced by Muslims in western lands.
Did Money Seal Israeli-Saudi Alliance?
Special Report: The odd-couple relationship between Saudi Arabia and Israel may have been sealed with more than a mutual desire to kiss-off Iran. According to an intelligence source, there was a dowry involved, too, with the Saudis reportedly giving Israel some $16 billion, writes Robert Parry.
For more than half a century, Saudi Arabia has tried to use its vast oil wealth to build a lobby in the United States that could rival the imposing Israel Lobby. At top dollar, the Saudis hired law firms and PR specialists – and exploited personal connections to powerful families like the Bushes – but the Saudis never could build the kind of grassroots political organization that has given Israel and its American backers such extraordinary clout.
Indeed, Americans who did take Saudi money – including academic institutions and non-governmental organizations – were often pilloried as tools of the Arabs, with the Israel Lobby and its propagandists raising the political cost of accepting Saudi largesse so high that many people and institutions shied away.
‘…Saudi Arabia is a puppet at the disposal of superpowers, the Houthi leader said, adding that Riyadh is putting in action the US-Israeli conspiracy in Yemen.
He noted that the US-Israeli plot in Yemen aims to break up the chaotic country and deprive people of security and freedom.
Al-Houthi said the Saudi invasion of Yemen came after their agents, including al-Qaeda terrorists and the ISIL Takfiri terrorists, failed to execute their plots in Yemen.
He said the “criminal” attacks uncovered the “tyrannical” nature of the Saudi regime.
Al-Houthi warned that Saudi Arabia would face consequences should it push ahead with its aggression against Yemen, saying, “We will confront the criminal forces and their tools in the country.”
“You think you can kill Yemeni people, but this is because of your stupidity,” he said. “This unjustified aggression shows the hostility and arrogance of this regime. The attacks are reflecting the inhumanity of the aggressor.”
Al-Houthi said the “aggressors” should keep in mind that the Yemeni people are “committed to defending their country and revolution” by relying on God…….’
"Both the Arab League and the United Nations have fully transformed themselves into the ill-fated League of Nations that more than 70 years ago disgraced itself into oblivion when it failed to condemn foreign aggressions that eventually led to the cataclysm of World War Two," Finian Cunningham underscored.
Since last week, dozens of Yemeni peaceful civilians, including women and children, have been slaughtered by a Saudi Arabia-led military coalition coordinated by the United States. Both the United Nations and the Arab League have turned a blind eye to the ongoing massacre, the author noted.
While UN secretary general Ban Ki-Moon has demonstrated "lamentable passivity" in the face of the aggression on Yemen, the Arab League openly endorsed massive air strikes against the impoverished Arab state. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia prepares for a full-scale invasion, amassing 150,000 Saudi troops along the northern Yemeni border. However, the foreign intervention in Yemen has been denounced by Iran, Russia and China.
Such brazen aggression has possibly marked the "nadir" of the Arab League and the United Nations, the author claimed, referring to a gradual degradation of international institutions and their embarrassing "transformation into tools of aggression" since the 1990s.
Both international organizations remained silent, while Washington along with its allies unleashed "war after war" during the 1990s and 2000s. Therefore, Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, murdered by NATO-assisted and Gulf-sponsored Islamists in 2011, slammed the Arab League as "finished," the expert emphasized.
He referred to a series of international military aggressions conducted by fascist regimes in the 1930s, particularly, the seizure of China's Manchuria by Japan in 1931, Italy's invasion of Abyssinia (Ethiopia) in 1935-36, Franco's Spain assault on Catalonia in 1938, and Hitler's Nazi Germany intervention in Austria and Czech Sudetenland, in 1938. Alas, the League of Nations, the predecessor of the United Nations, did nothing to stop the aggressors. So far, the fascist regimes' gangsterism paved the way for the Second World War.
A strikingly similar process led by the United States, Washington's NATO allies and Arab dictatorships could be observed nowadays, the author pointed out. "And yet, ludicrously, Washington accuses Putin and Moscow of behaving like Hitler with a malign 20th Century atavism," he remarked with bitter irony.
The fact that the impoverished Yemeni nation is being bombed with the tacit approval of international organizations and European governments means the world is once again "sliding into the abyss" of possibly more devastating global war, warned Finian Cunningham.