Written by John Bennett
As the Islamic State of Iran stands accused of attacking Saudi Arabia oil facilities, Iran warns of “all-out war” if the U.S. or Saudi Arabia attack Tehran in retaliation.
Saudi Arabia received help from the U.S. to bomb Yemen position believed to be Iranian-operated launch points for the attack on Saudi facilities, and now are asking for the U.S. to retaliate against Iran directly.
How is it U.S. leaders believe Saudi Arabia is an ally in the war against the Global Islamic Movement, especially since Saudi Arabia and Iran are the two largest funders of the global jihad on the planet?
We know for a fact that 15 of the 19 muslim jihadis on 9/11 who killed thousands of Americans were from Saudi Arabia.
We know there was a significant number of phone calls between one of the Saudi handlers of a 9/11 hijacker and the Saudi Embassy in the U.S. leading up to the 9/11 attack.
We know $130,000 was sent directly from the PERSONAL bank account of the Saudi Ambassador to the United States, Prince Bandar, to a Saudi agent in San Diego handling two of the 9/11 hijackers.
During a 1999 America West flight to Washington, Saudis Mohammed al Qudhaeein and Hamdan al Shalawi reportedly tried multiple times to gain access to the cockpit of the plane in an apparent attempt to test security. The FBI confirmed the Saudi Embassy paid for these flights, leading some to surmise, including current and former FBI agents, these two men were part of a pre-9/11 “dry run” authorized by the Saudi government.
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Will the United States make the right strategic decision for America?
If the U.S. National Security apparatus applied U.S. war-fighting doctrine on 9/11/01 to analyze the threat, the U.S. would likely not be losing this war or continuing to make gravely misguided strategic decisions, like calling Saudi Arabia an ally.
U.S. war-fighting doctrine states a professional analysis of a threat begins with understanding how the threat defines itself, and why the threat states it is fighting you.
100% of the jihadis killed or captured on the battlefields of Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Europe, North America and elsewhere tell us they are “muslims waging jihad in the ‘Cause of Allah’ to establish an Islamic State under sharia.”
Both Saudi Arabia and Iran openly state their objective is to establish “Allah’s law (sharia) in the land.”
In sharia, all muslims are commanded to war against all non- until the entire world submits to Islam and is governed by Sharia.
Iran and Saudi Arabia are Islamic countries. If the U.S. national security and military leaders understood sharia, they would understand Iran and Saudi Arabia are in a perpetual war with the U.S.
No doubt the US should do all it can to cripple the Iranian regime, however, U.S. must analyze the possibility that it is being used by the Saudi Arabian government to destroy one of their longtime sworn enemies, Iran.
The largest terrorism financing trial ever successfully prosecuted in U.S. history – US vs Holy Land Foundation, Northern District of Texas (Dallas), 2008 – exposed the Muslim Brotherhood and their stated goals to destroy America from within “by their hands and the hands of the believers.” It seems this is exactly what Saudi Arabia is doing – getting our leaders to do their bidding for them.
It is obvious Iran hates the United States and Israel and sees us as an enemy. However, Saudi Arabia is tolerant of the US because we are useful in fighting their fights for them. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the home of Islam’s most holy sites, Mecca and Medina, where the messenger of the Islamic faith, Mohammed, lived and died.
The idea Saudi Arabia, Iran, or any OIC (Organisation of Islamic Conference) member nation would want to do anything other than what Islam/sharia commands them to do is folly.
Does the U.S. national security apparatus understand the real threat? U.S. decision-makers have failed to apply U.S. war-fighting doctrine and have failed, 18 years into a war, to identify the enemy.
If American officials had simply conducted a professional analysis of the enemy who attacked us on 9/11 and identified the enemy, the United States would not be fighting this enemy 18 years after 9/11 trying to decide whether Iran or Saudi Arabia is the lesser of the two evils.