Posts Tagged ‘ Saudi Arabia ’

Incredibly Evil Heart of Saudi Arabia

May 17th, 2019 | By

A young Saudi man was about to board a plane to America to pursue his education at the University of West Michigan when he was arrested, beaten for years, and recently beheaded. His crime? Favor of democracy. In this article, William J. Murray sheds light on the hard truth of Saudi terror that many have tried to keep under wraps for so long.

America’s Role in Saudi Arabia’s War on Yemen

Apr 6th, 2017 | By

March 26, 2017 marked two long years of the war between Saudi Arabia and Yemen with little to show for it other than causalities. The Houthi rebels in Yemen, who Saudi Arabia believes to be Iranian proxies, still control the northwest region of Yemen. The war has strengthened al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and other

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More Citizens of Saudi Arabia Joined Islamic State Than Any Other Country

Mar 10th, 2017 | By

The Islamic State has made claims that key U.S. Middle East ally Saudi Arabia is the top provider of terrorists for the terrorist organization in Iraq. Fox News reports that Saudi jihadists crossed into Iraq over the border that the country shares with both Turkey and Syria. Fox News learned from unnamed Iraqi intelligence sources

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Chairman’s Report for February 24

Feb 22nd, 2017 | By

In this issue of the newsletter: CIA “anti-terrorism” award goes to a Saudi Prince in line for throne / “Travel ban” blocked our Iraqi ministry partner from entering USA / United Nations should have no part in “vetting” refugees / Second year of Diapers for Refugees program begins in March!

CIA honors Saudi for Fighting Terror, Despite Nation’s Terror Ties

Feb 20th, 2017 | By

CIA honors Saudi for fighting terror, despite nation’s terror ties The seal of the CIA at the agency’s headquarters in Virginia. A member of the Saudi royal family has received an award from the CIA for his contributions to fighting terrorism. In a move that was not widely reported in the U.S., CIA Director Mike

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Not A Joke: New CIA Chief Gives Anti-terrorism Medal To Saudi Crown Prince

Feb 17th, 2017 | By

By: William J. Murray First week on the job, new CIA director bows to Saudis. This is not a joke, it is not fake news and it has not been reported by CNN, Fox News, ABC, CBS or NBC. This CIA award to a Saudi prince has not been mentioned in The New York Times,

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CIA Rewards Saudi Arabia for Fighting Islamic Terror

Feb 13th, 2017 | By

By Julio Severo CIA under President Donald Trump has made what was possible only under Obama or a fake news: Mike Pompeo, the man Trump appointed as the new U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director, visited Saudi Arabia last week to hand over to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Premier and Minister

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Starbucks Hypocrisy

Feb 7th, 2017 | By

A Starbucks coffee shop in the capital of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh, refused to serve women, the Infowars information website reported. However, Starbucks quickly denied the claim, saying that it was a “temporary” measure “during a store renovation.” A message, posted outside the Starbucks in Riyadh, which read, “Please no entry for ladies only send your

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Saudi Cleric Khaled Al-Felaij: Muslims Are Forbidden from Greeting Christians and Jews on Their Holidays

Dec 29th, 2016 | By

Saudi cleric Khaled Al-Felaij said that the holidays celebrated by “the infidel Jews and Christians” were “based upon Falsehood, heresy, and polytheism” and that it was haram for Muslims to celebrate them, to greet those who celebrate them, or to give or accept presents from them.

Saudi Woman Faces Violent Punishment for Not Wearing Hijab

Dec 13th, 2016 | By

A woman in Saudi Arabia has been arrested for going out without her abaya, a traditional body covering for Muslim women, and now faces being lashed. Malak Al Shehri, shared a photograph of herself without a hijab or abaya on a street in Saudi Arabia’s capital city, Riyadh. Saudi Arabia enforces a strict dress code

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