The House of Saud is the single major exporter of terrorism in the world.
Prince Nayef who won great notoriety by killing thousands of innocent Saudi Shias, has mysteriously died. No serious illness was reported. In fact, he was shown only 3 days ago greeting his guests in Geneva where he had been based for the past few weeks in connection with “medical treatment”.
But rumors had been rife that he had been suffering from AIDS. Only three weeks ago his brother Prince Ahmed bin Abdulaziz claimed that he was in “good health” and would “soon” return to the kingdom. But like everything Wahabi, he was merely lying.
For the sake of record, LUBP would like to clarify that there have been no confirmations that he was suffering from AIDS, but given the profligate and promiscuous lifestyle of the Saudi royals this is possible. The rumor of his having contracted AIDS emerged a few years ago, but since the entire Western media is pro-Wahabi, nothing substantial came out, but the rumors did not die down. While AIDS is a global epidemic, those who are unfortunate enough to suffer it are not Islamofascist hypocrites who fund the preaching of one kind of lifestyle while doing the opposite themselves.
Prince Nayef, who was the crown prince of the Islamofascist monarchy of Saudi Arabia, was responsible for repeated pogroms of the Shias of Saudi Arabia. He was the architect of the recent Shia pogrom in Bahrain too where he sent heavily armed Saudi soldiers who killed Bahraini Shias indiscriminately. He was known to be a sadistic type and would gleefully claim that after taking over as Saudi king, he would end the Shia problem once for all. By this he meant he would kill all the Shias wherever he could.
He has begun his journey to hell. For the time being fewer Shia women will be widowed and fewer kids orphaned. But this is a temporary relief to the Shias of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. The problem is not with individuals, but with the Wahabi ideology which is plainly bloodthirsty. The new crown prince will be no different from the criminal Nayef who will be consigned to dust tomorrow.
The Shia struggle for their basic human rights continues with or without the likes of Nayef. We wish them, the Shias, best of luck and pray that may God give them more strength. Amen!
(Ikhtiar Hussain is a human rights activist who lives in Bronx in New York. He can be contacted at: email@example.com)