Woolwich beheading: The West should review its ties with Saudi Arabia – by Mahpara Qalandar

Woolwich beheading: The West should review its ties with Saudi Arabia – by Mahpara Qalandar

wahhabiThe beheading of a British soldier by two Salafis (also known as Wahhabis) outside Woolwich barracks is a very serious affair. These two assassins were inspired by the Salafi ideology financed by Saudi Arabia. That the assassins were shouting “Allah o Akbar!” as they slaughtered the soldier shows how ingrained the Salafi ideology has taken roots in a tiny but powerful minority of Muslims in the Westi.

Unfortunately, not unlike previous occasions, the discourse by Western media and politicians remains vague and obfuscating. Instead of directly specifying the Wahhabi-Salafi identity of the Woolwich terrorists, they are being described as Muslim extremist or Islamists thus hiding the fact that  Wahhabi-Deobandi militants (not Sunni Sufis, Shias, Ahmadis etc) are responsible for almost all terrorist activities in the West since and including 9/11 attacks. How can one hope to overcome the menace of Wahhabi-Deobandi terrorism (manifested in the shape of Al Qaeda, Taliban etc) if there is a reluctance to correctly specify the culprits?

The West should realize that the likes of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the UAE have never been its friends in the War on Terror. The 9/11 and 7/7 terrorists were either Saudi Salafis or inspired by the Salafist ideology. This ideology has a Manichaean view of the world in which Salafism stands for good and the rest of the world stands for evil. It is the basic tenet of Salafism to convert the world to ‘good’ by persuasion or sword, whichever works quickly.

Anjem Choudary (UK-based Wahhabi-Deobandi hate preacher) pictured with Woolwich terrorist who killed a soldier.
Anjem Choudary (UK-based Wahhabi-Deobandi hate preacher) pictured with the Woolwich terrorist who killed an innocent soldier.

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But unfortunately despite all the information available, no action has yet taken against the Salafis while all eyes are focused on Iran going ‘nuclear”. Pro-Saudi Wahhabi agitators like Anjum Chaudhry are given a free hand in England to spread hatred against everything and everyone non-Salafi. The British government gives them welfare money. Because of this, they have ample time to poison young Muslims, Wahhabis and Deobandis in particular, and demonize the entire non-Salafi world.

On its part, Saudi Arabia has a complex network of ‘Islamic’ Wahhabi-Deobandi schools and ‘charity’ institutions throughout the world. The Saudis buy weapons from the West worth billions every year. Last year alone, Saudi Arabia bought 4 billion dollar worth of weapons from the United Kingdom.  This is their way of bribing the Western governments. These billions of dollars kill every anti-Salafi voice, be it Sunni Sufi (Barelvi), Shia, Ahmadi, Christian or Jew. The result of that Salafi ideologues have been poisoning Muslim youths in the West.

According to WikiLeaks cables, Saudi Arabia serves as a cash machine for terrorists worldwide. Hillary Clinton’s memo highlights Gulf states’ failure to block funding for groups like al-Qaida, Taliban and Lashkar-e-Taiba. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/dec/05/wikileaks-cables-saudi-terrorist-funding?CMP=twt_gu

nervecentre21In the wake of the Woolwich beheading, a lot has been written on how to tackle ‘homegrown’ terrorists. Yes, the British government should deal with the Wahhabi-Deobandi Islamofascists with the full force of law. But more importantly, the British people and the lawmakers should confront Saudi Arabia which is the mother and propagator of Islamofascism. Salafi-inspired schools and charities should be banned and very close watch should be set on money transactions made from Saudi Arabia and other Middle Eastern monarchies. Saudi Arabia should be told blank point that its criminal act ivies will not be tolerated.

It is not certain that the Western governments are willing to take on Saudi Arabia given the clout the Saudi money has in Western capitals in the shape of powerful Saudi lobby that serves to silence several “independent” media houses, think tanks and politicians. But if the evil of Salafism is not tackled now, the barbarians will soon flatten the world.


106 responses to “Woolwich beheading: The West should review its ties with Saudi Arabia – by Mahpara Qalandar”

  1. Anjem Choudary refuses to ‘abhor’ Woolwich attack

    24 May 2013 Last updated at 03:54

    Radical Wahhabi-Deobandi Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary has said he was “shocked” by the murder of a soldier in Woolwich, but has refused to condemn the attack.

    Drummer Lee Rigby was killed in broad daylight on Wednesday by two men, who were subsequently shot by police.

    The suspects, now known to be Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale, were known to security services.

    Mr Choudary told BBC’s Newsnight that he encountered Adebolajo at a number of Islamist demonstrations.

    “When I saw what took place I was shocked…but what he said in the clip, I think not many Muslims can disagree with,” he added.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-22650053

  2. Video of alleged Woolwich attacker at protest in 2007

    23 May 2013 Last updated at 19:31 Help
    Footage of one of the alleged Woolwich attackers, Michael Adebolajo, taking part in an Islamist demonstration in 2007, has emerged.

    The BBC’s Sophie Raworth reports.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-22647714

  3. Oxford Muslim Imam boldly says that source of terrorism lies in Saudi Wahhabis-Salafis and Afghan-Pakistani Deobandi Taliban.

    Dr Taj Hargey:

    Absolutely, and I think it’s high time that the majority came out of the woodwork, so to speak. They have to put their heads above the parapet, we need to confront these radicals and extremists. Now, where is this extremism coming from? It is coming from the philosophies, like the Wahhabis in Saudi Arabia, and the Taliban in Afghanistan and elsewhere, and the Salafis in Syria.

    We need to tackle this – this type of imported virus is coming from the Muslim heartland, it’s got no place in a Western society, or in the United Kingdom. So yes, it is up to the majority to take on this minority. The minority is very few – I wouldn’t put them more than 1 or 2 percent of the population, and their ideology and philosophy must be totally demolished. It must be shown not have anything to do with Islam.

    http://rt.com/op-edge/oxford-imam-woolwich-attack-697/

    While Cameron and Obama obfuscate the Wahhabi-Deobandi identity of Woolwich terrorists, this Oxford Imam boldly specifies the root source of terror.

  4. UK #Shia Muslims’ statement on #Woolwich: “What we feared has happened” http://www.aimislam.com/woolwich-attack-what-we-feared-has-happened/

    The AhlulBayt Islamic Mission (AIM) sends its condolences to the family of Drummer Lee Rigby; the victim who was horrifically murdered yesterday in Woolwich, London.

    Although the details are still unclear, yesterday’s attack bears the classic hallmarks of sickening crimes committed by individuals and groups that adhere to an extremist and militant form of Salafist ideology. Recently, we saw horrific scenes of a Salafist ‘rebel’ mutilate the body of a Syrian soldier and chew into his organs—all the while posing before the camera to film his crimes. We also witnessed sectarian violence in London earlier this month when Salafis marched through Edgware Road and assaulted Muslims of another denomination.

    In this respect, the Woolwich attack has confirmed our deepest fears that the extremism that has plagued some parts of the Muslim world can come to haunt the streets of London. This shocking and heartless murder emphasises once more the need to tackle the unresolved issues that are at the heart of the problem of extremism. Indeed the rise of extremist Salafist and Far-Right groups in Britain both present serious challenges to the security and social fabric of this nation.

    In light of these difficult challenges, it is of utmost importance that we stress the importance of unity, solidarity and a strong sense of community spirit. We urge the media to act responsibly in their coverage and analysis—in this regard; we remind the media that such extremists specifically thrive on sensationalised coverage, since this provides them with psychological capital for their cataclysmic worldview.

    We commend the police for how they have handled developments thus far. We are confident that they shall continue to restore the calm, and prevent provocative actions by rogue elements within society who may wish to exploit recent events to further their agendas.

    Finally, we call on political, religious and community leaders to play their critical roles during this important juncture; and to take advantage of the overwhelming sentiments of shock and sympathy felt across Britain today to address some of the root-causes of these problems.

    23rd May 2013
    AhlulBayt Islamic Mission (AIM)

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