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Good Riddance: Nervous as Hell Saudi Zio-Wahhabi regime Calls It Quits in Tehran

Good Riddance: Nervous as Hell Riyadh Calls It Quits in Tehran
TEHRAN (FNA)- The ISIL-like execution of top Shia cleric Nimr al-Nimr along with 46 others has fuelled a lot of anger across the globe.

Facing public protests, Riyadh, the terrorist capital of the planet, has been forced to severe ties with Tehran, with Iraqi officials suggesting the recently reopened Baghdad embassy is now unwelcome. US Administration officials have also expressed “deep concerns” about the executions, and the possibility that the new tensions between Riyadh and Tehran would impact the ongoing ISIL war. Few points are worth mentioning in this respect:

* By calling it quits in Tehran, the House of Saud cannot cover up its foolish mistake of executing Sheikh Nimr. By executing innocent political activists Riyadh cannot hide its human rights violations and crimes against humanity in Yemen, Syria and Iraq either. Everyone in the entire world knows that Riyadh made ISIL’s entry on the regional stage. Simply put, they have lost the proxy war on Iran and they are desperate to make a come back.

* The murder of Sheikh Nimr was a deliberate provocation. It’s part of Riyadh’s efforts to divert attention from its domestic problems. Further, it is designed to benefit Riyadh and ISIL by exacerbating tensions between Sunnis and Shias. This is while the Russian-led counter-ISIL alliance of Iran, Syria, Iraq and Lebanon’s Hezbollah is not about sectarianism. Indeed, Wahhabi-Takfiri terrorism AND ISIL’s utter depravity have nothing to do with Islam.

* Western governments have not responded to the killing by their number one arms purchaser. The European Union’s chief diplomat Federica Mogherini did, however, declared the killing to raise “serious concerns regarding freedom of expression”. This is while by generously backing various terrorist groups to establish a Salafist principality in Syria, the Saudis and their spawns are up to their eyeballs in terror and human rights violations. The West must not turn a blind eye to such atrocities and must urgently appeal to the United Nations Security Council to take action.

* Using petro-dollar cash, the same regime which has funded, armed and trained narrow minded zealots also sits on the UN Human Rights Council, which is absurd and laughable. Instead, the Saudis, who have sown the seeds of tumult in the Middle East and helped give birth to mindless fanaticism and beheadings, suicide bombings and other forms of savage brutality, should face war crimes charges in The Hague.

One thing is for sure though: The Saudis are losing the proxy war against Iran, and their diplomatic tactics and provocative executions aren’t working. Their agents of destruction are also getting beaten quite badly by the new counter-terror alliance in Syria. Which is why they are nervous as hell and have moved on to Plan B – a diplomatic strategy for producing the ultimate “Shia-Sunni War” to improve their chances for success in round two through the Crisis-Escalation policy.

To be sure, as the growing international ire reminds us, their new strategy is, ultimately, bound to fail. Both Sunni and Shia communities are not going to let Riyadh’s new charade drive a wedge between them that, the Saudis hope, will leave Sunni Muslims nowhere to go but into their clutches that explains why we see people from across the religious spectrum are out in the streets from New York to London to condemn the Al-Saud for all its savage acts and barbaric policies. We should never forget that while a majority of the Palestinians are Sunnis, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine was among the first to rush to condemn the Saudi regime for executing Shiites’ Sheikh Nimr, the most vocal critic of the Wahhabi despots in Riyadh.

In practical terms, people have taken to the streets to condemn the latest provocative executions as they are not going to let the House of Saud and its agents of destruction – which are an extension of the US-Israeli will – decide the future of the region. That has to be decided by the people of the region themselves, both Shia and Sunni, which is what international law AND Sharia Law are all about: Advocating peace and security, the rule of law, interfaith dialog, and peaceful coexistence.


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