Here’s something that won’t be reported widely in the American mainstream media. Interesting isn’t it?
How Obama claims that Syria’s Assad must step down for crimes against his people and humanity, but when American ally Saudi Arabia murders people for the same intolerance Obama keeps telling the American people we shouldn’t have against anyone for any reason, it’s just A-okay! When stories like this one surface, it becomes blatantly obvious once again that nothing we’re being told about why our government is in the Middle East (and Syria in particular) is true.
Adam Coogle, of Human Rights Watch, said Fayadh’s death sentence showed Saudi Arabia’s “complete intolerance of anyone who may not share government-mandated religious, political and social views.”
Coogle is correct, Fayadh is not alone in his persecution. The Saudi regime is a violent and merciless group of killers. To this date, they have far surpassed ISIS in removing the heads of people who oppose them.
A young Saudi Arabian man arrested as a teenager, Ali Mohammed al-Nimr, was also sentenced to be decapitated and then crucified, after his death penalty appeal was denied.
Ali was arrested for taking part in an ‘anti-government’ protest in 2012, when he was only 17 years old. He was allegedly tortured and forced to sign a confession, and was sentenced to death in May 2014, according to anti-death penalty charity Reprieve.
The authoritarian Saudi regime in the midst of a bloody crackdown, in the wake of the Arab Spring, came down upon Ali with swift brutality. Ali objected to the use of his forced confession being used to sentence him at trial, but no investigation was ever undertaken into the matter.
As the US claims to be the police of the world, ‘liberating’ the citizens of totalitarian regimes by invading their countries and bombing their hospitals, they remain conveniently oblivious to the crimes of their best friends in Saudi Arabia.
Not only does the US continue to ignore the Saudi’s crimes against humanity, but they encourage and support them.
As the Free Thought Project reported this week, the US State Department approved a deal to sell the government of Saudi Arabia a shipment of “smart bombs” that is worth over $1.29 billion. The shipment will include a total of 22,000 bombs, which are intended to kill countless innocents in both Syria and Yemen.
In a statement released by the Pentagon’s Defense Security Cooperation Agency, it was blatantly admitted that the US government’s relationship with Saudi Arabia was heavily tied to oil reserves in the middle east.
“This acquisition will help sustain strong military-to-military relations between the United States and Saudi Arabia, improve [the ability of Saudi forces to work] with the United States, and enable Saudi Arabia to meet regional threats and safeguard the world’s largest oil reserves,” the statement said.
If you still believe that the United States’ intentions in the Middle East are noble, you would do well to pull your head from the sand.
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Just minutes before the strikes in Syria, the IDF confirmed that Israel had also attacked targets affiliated with Hamas in the center of the Gaza Strip.
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Assad: Syria troops advancing thanks to Russia strikes:
Syrian government troops are advancing on "nearly every front" thanks to Russian air strikes that began in September, President Bashar al-Assad said in an interview released Sunday.
By: My Catbird Seat
"This thing is largely smoke and mirrors: manufacturing a phony “caliphate” out of nothing but a misfit band of thugs collected from many disparate countries—all wearing matching black outfits and masks (so that you can’t identify ethnicity), driving identical shiny Toyota trucks by the hundreds, flying identical mass-produced flags and sporting slick logos—supplied by whom?"
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By Ulson Gunnar
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CNN has come out with a new definition of Islamic State leaders. Kalashnikov-wielding militants who cut off captives' heads, trade slaves and whose hate speeches promise jihad against the whole world are now called “officials”, according to the network.
“US intensifies search for ISIS officials,” says an on-screen title of the report by CNN's Barbara Starr released on Monday. The first shot in the report shows us Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) leader who has recently ordered attacks on the anti-IS coalition. He is apparently the main IS official, according to CNN.
However, al-Baghdadi is not the only IS terrorist who has been granted “official” status. CNN managed to find “six other senior IS officials” among the extremists.
Simple. It's the logical consequence of 13 years of Erdogan's islamist transformation... On Nov. 17 at a friendly soccer match between Turkey and Greece, a group of Turkish spectators interrupted a minute of silence honoring the victims of the Nov. 13 Islamic State (IS) attacks in Paris, whistling, chanting slogans and shouting “Allahu Akbar.” There are three important reasons why this incident, at Istanbul’s Basaksehir Stadium, cannot be dismissed as an ordinary act of hooliganism. First, the protest illustrates that a segment of Turkish society clearly approves of IS terrorism. Second, it reflects an alarming sense of estrangement from the victims and the communities to which they belong. This lack of empathy could well stem from the callousness of excluding “the other” (and possibly lead to one’s own sense of exclusion being transformed into radical hostility expressed in violent action).
Syrian Army Advances On Turkish Border After Ankara Warns Moscow To End Airstrikes Operation:
The Syrian army has taken control of the Zahia Heights, a strategically important mountainous area about a mile from the Turkish border, Russia state news media reported Sunday. The Syrian troops also moved toward Jisr al-Shughur, about 7 miles away from the Turkish border.
Medecins Sans Frontieres hospital in Syria hit by airstrikes:
MSF said two people were killed and six injured when the makeshift facility was hit while several wounded were arriving for treatment. It is not yet clear whether the bombs came from the American-led coalition, Russia or some other group.
GREAT NEWS for Rothschild Warmongers-ISRAEL, UK, France and USA [NTO GANG] will give them the legitimacy to hide behind jsuta s they did with Libya, to totally destroy Syria and remove Assad
UN Security Council Plans Declaration of War Against ISIS:
A U.N. Security Council resolution authorizing "all necessary measures" in Syria and Iraq is expected to be adopted in the next few days
This is rich considering JORDAN is complicit by providing training CAMPS for ISIS and their USSRAELI/British Handlers. Hypocrites and Putin KNOWS Jordan has been assisting with the military camps
Jordan's King Abdullah to meet with Putin Tuesday over militants in Syria:
U.S. ally Jordan's King Abdullah will hold talks in Moscow Tuesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin on how to tackle "terror groups" led by ISIS in Syria, an official source said.
Arakon: Turkey cannot condemn terror attacks beyond its borders while feeding ISIL:
"Turkey has a mistake -- thinking that the world does not see this hypocrisy is foolish. Turkey will have to choose its line regarding ISIL internally and externally. However, we have not seen such a will in that direction," said academic Maya Arakon whose work focuses on terrorism and violence
Canada's military is facing fresh allegations its bombs may have killed civilians in northern Iraq, CBC News has learned.
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No Bombing Role for Canada in Mideast
By John Gleeson
Our role should be in peacemaking, or we should have no role at all in that region.
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8 Yemeni fishermen killed in Saudi jets attacks:
At least eight Yemeni fishermen have lost their lives after Saudi Arabia's warplanes bombed their boasts in the Red Sea.
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Putin lifts export ban on uranium enrichment equipment to Iran
Now wait and see what USSRAEL will do to Indonesia for his move away from the Zionist Dollar. Will it be a plane crash, Regime Change or will they unleash their HAARPS technology and cause another Tsunami!! Never under estimate the Revenge of Jews
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