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Saudi Cleric Advocates Offensive Jihad and Death for Apostasy

Mar 23rd, 2017 | By

Saudi Cleric Advocates Offensive Jihad and Death for Apostasy: Liberalism and Coexistence Null and Void Saudi cleric Sheikh Ayman Al-Anqari cited various hadiths in support of his claims that “coexistence in the sense of freedom of religion… is null and void” and that there are two kinds of Jihad: offensive Jihad and defensive Jihad. The

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A Blueprint to Counter-Jihad

May 7th, 2016 | By

Al Qaeda’s September 11, 2001, attacks showed that the “totalitarians are back. This time the dictatorship invokes the name of God, as opposed to the working class or the Führer, but they are back, and they will either kill us or enslave us.” There is a blueprint to defeat jihad but the White House ignores it.

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Fresh evidence links Saudi government to 9/11

Apr 20th, 2016 | By

Fresh information allegedly connecting the government of Saudi Arabia and the 9/11 terror attacks has been released.
Officials have revealed that the flight certificate of Al-Qaeda bomb maker Ghassan Al-Sharbi was discovered hidden in an envelope from the Saudi embassy in Washington when they arrested him in 2002. He had a flight certificate to participate in 9/11

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Is a Saudi-Led Caliphate in the Making?

Mar 11th, 2016 | By

Given a self-promoting agenda, the Saudis’ wide-ranging and relentless efforts to unite approximately 1.4 billion Sunni Muslims, ostensibly to fight terrorism, should raise a basic question among Muslims and non-Muslims alike: is the Saudi ruling dynasty’s real objective the defeat of particular Muslim terror movements like ISIS or the creation of a broader Caliphate Empire?

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Uncovering the Islamic State

Mar 7th, 2016 | By

Author: Muslim popular sympathy for Islamic State means that Sunni “regimes fear that a direct confrontation with it will cause their delegitimization and trigger civil unrest and open rebellion,” limiting military responses to IS. Saudi Arabia has an emphasis on attacking Yemen’s Shia Houthis, something that wins “plaudits from all Salafi/Jihadi groups, including the Islamic State, and places it in a virtual alliance with them against Iran and its Shia proxies.”

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Saudi court sentences man to 10 years & 2,000 lashes for atheist tweets

Feb 27th, 2016 | By

A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced a man to 10 years imprisonment and 2,000 lashes for hundreds of atheist posts on Twitter, media reported. The 28-year-old man, whose name has not been disclosed, is said to have admitted his atheist views and refused to repent, saying the tweets reflect his beliefs and that he has the right to express them.

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EU Parliament adopts resolution calling for arms embargo against Saudi Arabia over Yemen

Feb 25th, 2016 | By
Saudi terror

The European Parliament has adopted a resolution calling for the introduction of an arms embargo against Saudi Arabia over its operation in Yemen. The resolution calls for an EU-wide arms embargo against the country, until alleged breaches of international humanitarian law in Yemen have been investigated, the group wrote.

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Saudi-Led Air Strikes Kill 120 Civilians – Wound 150 Others In Yemen

Jul 27th, 2015 | By

Saudi-led coalition airstrikes killed over 120 civilians and left 150 injured after a fierce attack on Friday in the southwestern Yemeni province of Taiz. The coalition has announced a five-day humanitarian truce starting on Sunday night.

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In Saudi Arabia, Young Man Sentenced To Death For Insulting Allah And Prophet Muhammad

Mar 5th, 2015 | By

On February 22, 2015, a Saudi court handed down a sentence of death by beheading for a Saudi man in his 20s, for renouncing Islam. The man, whose name has not been published, had been arrested a year previously on charges of insulting Allah and the Prophet Muhammad, desecrating the Koran, and posting a video of him doing all these on the Keek social network..

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Saudi Arabia Detains 30 Christians For Worship At House Church

Sep 13th, 2014 | By
Smiles then, but none now

Concerns remained Thursday, September 11, over the whereabouts of dozens of Christians detained in Saudi Arabia for worshiping in an underground house church, Christians said. President Obama has no comment on this or any other Saudi outrage against humanity.

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