Saudi Arabië


Het land waar de terroristen vandaan komen, werd beschouwd als grote vriend van de VS, waarom eigenlijk?

What are the facts?

Militant Islam thrives in Saudi Arabia. Not only         were most of the 9/11 terrorists Saudis, but some 80% of the prisoners         held at Guantánamo are Saudis, Osama bin Laden is a Saudi, and         recent evidence proves that Saudi Arabia has been a principal supporter         both of al Qaeda and of Palestinian suicide bombers.

But these obvious connections to terrorism are just the         beginning. The Saudis actively support more than 30,000 Wahhabi religious         schools and mosques in Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Indonesia, Afghanistan,         Western Europe and the United States. Wahhabism calls for the destruction         of the United States and Israel and Western values, replacing them with         totalitarian Islamist regimes and fundamentalist societies, similar to         the one created by the Taliban in Afghanistan. Despite friendly-sounding         rhetoric from its leaders, the Saudi government refuses to assist the         U.S. capture Islamic terrorists. In 1996, the Saudis refused a U.S. request         that they seize Osama bin Laden. In 1995, they refused to hand over Imad         Mughniyah, the likely perpetrator of the 1983 bombing of the Marine barracks         in Lebanon. After 9/11, the Saudis opposed the U.S. attack on the Taliban         and have failed to crack down on their own al Qaeda supporters. No wonder         the Saudi-supported press regularly praises terrorist actions against         the U.S. and Israel, or that secret documents found recently prove that         the Saudi government gives money to terrorist organizations and bestows         handsome cash rewards on the families of suicide bombers in Israel.

 

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