A critical article on Aal-e-Saud and Wahhabis – by Aamir Mughal

‘A picture speaks a thousand words’: Sons of late King Faisal [great great great maternal grandson of mutawwa Sheikh Mohammad Bin Abd Al Wahab] Turki Al Faisal and Saud Al Faisal with neo-con ex-US Vice President Dick Cheney

Sheikh Mohammad Bin Abd Al Wahab must be turning in his grave [of course unplastered, bulldozed grave] at the hypocrisy of the Aal-e-Saud, and their persistent subservience to the USA.

I am not ashamed at all for using any kind of derogatory language for the shameless rulers of the Saudi Empire. To follow tawheed [monotheism] and oppose polythesim [shirk], Quran and hadith are enough; no where it is written that we have to follow the Laat, Manat, Uzza and Hubal [Aal-e-Saud, Arabs and Wahabi muttawwas] of present days. They are responsible for the present bloodletting in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq [particularly in the FATA region of Pakistan].

Excerpts from a book: Pakistan’s Drift into Extremism: Allah, the Army and America’s War on Terror By Hassan Abbas published by An East Gate Book. M.E. Sharpe Armonk, New York, London England.

“The Khomeini revolution in Iran already bolstered the confidence of the Shias, and they were not about to take Sunni dictates in religious matters lying down. Hard-liners among Sunni, for their part, felt that such dictation was their right, and those on the extreme right of the Sunni spectrum simply cut the Gordian knot by taking a position that, correct or not, Pakistan had a Sunni majority and as such it should be declared a Sunni Muslim state in which Shia should be treated as a minority. Since achievement of this holy goal would likely to take some time, some of them decided that the interregnum ought not to be wasted. Thus in 1985 they formed Anjuman Sipah-e-Sahaba (ASS) – an organization piously dedicated to ridding the country of the nettlesome presence of the Shias by eliminating them physically. Later, when they realized what the organization’s acronym meant in English, they changed the name to Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP).”

“The zealous emissaries of the Iranian Revolutionary Regime started financing their organization Tehreek-e-Nifza-e-Fiqah-e-Jafaria (TNFJ – Movement for the Implementation of Jafaria Religious Law) and providing scholarships for Pakistani student to study in Iranian religious seminaries. For the Zia regime though, the problematic issue was Shia activism leading to a strong reaction to his attempts to impose Hanafi Islam (a branch of Sunni sect). For this he winked to the hard-liners among the Sunni religious groups in order to establish a front to squeeze the Shias. It was in this context that Jhangvi was selected by the intelligence community to do the needful. It is also believed that the JUI recommendation played the decisive part in this choice. The adherents of the Deobandi School were worried about Shia activism for religious reasons anyhow. State patronage came as an additional incentive. Consequently, in a well-designed effort, Shia assertiveness was projected as their disloyalty to Pakistan and its Islamic Ideology.”

“In a few months, Saudi funds started pouring in, making the project feasible. For Saudi Arabia, the Iranian revolution was quite scary, for its ideals conflicted with that of a Wahabi monarchy. More so, with an approximately 10% Shia population, Saudi Arabia was concerned about the expansion of Shia activism in any Muslim country. Hence, it was more than willing to curb such trends in Pakistan by making a financial investment to bolster its Wahabi Agenda. According to Vali Raza Nasr, a leading expert on the sectarian groups of Pakistan, the flow of these funds was primarily routed through the Pakistan Military and the ISI. It is not known whether American support for this scheme was readily available, but the Zia regime knew well that the United States would be glad to acquiesce, given the rising US – Iran hostility. However, some analyst believe that CIA funds were involved in the venture.”

How shameless are these citizens of oil rich Arab Sates [UAE, KUWAIT, QATAR, SAUDI ARABIA, OMAN, BAHRAIN], while their own countires ‘enjoy’ a dark record of human rights abuses [Reference: “The Island of Happiness” MAY 19, 2009 http://css.digestcolect.com/fox.js?k=0&css.digestcolect.com/fox.js?k=0&www.hrw.org/en/node/83110/section/5] yet they HAVE the courage talk about the Quran and Sunnah.

To me these hypocrites are worst creatures on earth. Let me quote an personal encounter with one of such hypocrites:

A Saudi national [Naval Officer] while in Karachi asked me to help him buy a car. I asked him: “would you trust a Bakistani”? To which he said, “yes! yes! why not you are a Muslim”, to which I asked about the treatment “so-called alleged Pakistan/Indian/Bengali Muslim brothers [even if one is not Muslim these rascals have no right to insult anybody] received from Arabs hands everywhere in the Middle East particularly at the airports. I don’t like racism and prejudice; unfortunately many Arabs (not unlike Turks and Persians) are racist in literal sense [muta’asib] to the extent of ghulu. One must just watch them the way they mistreatreat Pakistanis, Indians and Bengalis at their airports and ….

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