Saudi Arabia/Turkey Aligned With Al Qaeda In Syria

May 14th, 2015 | By | Category: Weekly Washington Updates
Islamist Tayyip Erdogan and Barack Hussein Obama -- best friends.

Islamist Tayyip Erdogan and Barack Hussein Obama — best friends.

The British newspaper The Independent reports today that Saudi Arabia and Turkey – both supposed “allies” of the United States – are working closely with Jabhat al-Nusra, an Al Qaeda affiliate in Syria to overthrow the Syrian government.

Both of these Islamic regimes are run by Muslim fanatics who are fighting another sect of Islam – and they both view America as the “Great Satan.”

According to The Independent:

The decision by the two leading allies of the West to back a group in which al-Nusra plays a leading role has alarmed Western governments and is at odds with the US, which is firmly opposed to arming and funding jihadist extremists in Syria’s long-running civil war.

It threatens to trump Washington’s own attempt to train pro-Western opposition fighters, announced by President Barack Obama a year ago but finally launched only last week. The number of fighters involved is small and, crucially, the State Department insists that they would take the field against ISIS and not against the regime.

This joint venture between Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Al Qaeda terrorists was announced in March when Turkey’s anti-American Islamist President Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited King Salman in Saudi Arabia.

As Saudi Arabia and Turkey are supporting the Al Qaeda terrorists who masterminded the 9/11 attack on the U.S., Saudi Sunni forces are also bombing Shiite Iranian surrogates in Yemen.

In the meantime, the Obama Regime is doing all it can to make it inevitable that Iran will get a nuclear bomb and the capability to use it on Israel and the United States.

This is lunacy, but it is to be expected from an Obama Regime that views America as the major problem in the world – not Islamic nations bent on world domination through terror.

 

 

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