Saudis Claim They Offered Money and Troops to Fight Islamic State – Obama Turned Them Down

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Published on: March 18, 2017

Now, I don’t know that I trust the Saudis anymore than I trust Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah.  However, the Saudi Deputy Crown Prince appeared on Fox News and dropped a bombshell against the Obama administration, claiming the Saudi government offered money and troops to help fight the Islamic State, but they were turned down.

Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with President Donald Trump recently and heaped praise on him for his “great understanding” of the problems in the Middle East.  He was also supportive of the president’s travel ban.

“Saudi Arabia does not believe that this measure is targeting Muslim countries or the religion of Islam. This measure is a sovereign decision aimed at preventing terrorists from entering the United States of America. President Trump expressed his deep respect for the Religion of Islam, considering it one of the divine religions that came with great human principles kidnapped by radical groups,” he said.

Consider the irony of this.  This is a country that we were told the majority of the alleged 9/11 hijackers were from and by which they were sponsored.  However, his taqiyya is right behind it when he claims that Islam is “divine” and “came with great human principles kidnapped by radical groups.”  This is just utter nonsense, and Islam has a 1,400-year track record to prove it.  Muhammad was a terrorist and commanded his followers to engage in terrorism.

Salman also said that their own “wall” with Iraq was a “successful experience” and prevented “illegal entrance of individuals, as well as preventing smuggling operations.”

He then dropped the bombshell.

“We are more than ready to cooperate with the United States on countering ISIS in Syria and Iraq, across the region,not just financially but the Saudi government offered during the Obama administration’s time to send its troops into Syria to fight ISIS, that was not met with enthusiasm by the Obama administration.

I think that offer remains on the table. And I’m sure that we’re more than, the Saudi government is more than ready to support the U.S. in eradicating ISIS. But not just financially, but with its own troops and its own people.”

One must question is this is mere political pandering and Islamic taqiyya since both the Islamic State and Saudi Arabia engage in some of the same practices taught in the Koran and the Hadiths.  They advance the same goals and believe Shia Muslims are apostates.

Saudi Arabia is no better than the Islamic State.  They are, at their core, Wahhabists.  We know of their involvement in 9/11.  We know they are spending billions to promote Islam and Sharia in the US and attack Christian Churches.

The Common Constitutionalist wrote on the Saudis, “The Saudis claim to be our friends and allies against terror, but the House of Saud has been quietly funding Wahhabist terror for many decades. They have created the Muslim Brotherhood, al-Qaeda, and ISIS, and their influence is global through their funding of thousands of Mosques and Muslim Centers, where radical Wahhabist preachers recruit new jihadists. Most of the more than 1200 Mosques in the U.S. were funded by the Saudis.  The Saudis are bad people and are certainly not our friends. Their radical Wahhabist ideology, while kept under wraps, is entirely incompatible with America and a free, secular society.”

It would not surprise me if the Saudis were to offer such assistance that would actually be given to the Islamic State rather than used against it.  Frankly, I’m glad he turned them down, but I’m sure his reasons were because the Islamic State really is his baby.

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