Al-Saud and the history of betrayal from Plaestine to the aggression on Yemen




By:Ibrahim Yahya al-Dulaimi

In the 1960s, Saudi Arabia stood against the nationalist trends that built its policy on the basis of liberation from colonialism and serious hostility towards Israel.

This was manifested in its intervention in the war of Yemen in 1962 and its support for the monarchies despite their historic hostility to them. The national anti-anti-Israel project and the retrograde of monarchies and monasteries created by colonialism serve the interests of the region.

Saudi Arabia did the impossible to defeat Nasser in Yemen but did nothing to Palestine and gave little support to Nasser and others in their wars against Israel.

In 1979, Saudi Arabia stood up against the Islamic Revolution in Iran, a revolution that took death against America and Israel as its slogan. It paid and generously financed the Iraqi regime at the time for its unjustified war against Iran for nearly eight years under the pretext of countering Shiite expansion and the principle of exporting the revolution.

In 1990, following the Iraqi occupation of Kuwait, Saudi Arabia mobilized all its energies for the liberation of Kuwait and accepted the entry of the forces of 30 foreign countries to its territory with the aim of liberating Kuwait, which reveals its terrible contradiction in its positions as it did not take the same position towards Palestine as the cause of the first Arabs.

In 2004, Saudi Arabia made a clear and huge contribution to a military operation launched from its territory and led by America and Britain to topple the Iraqi regime, which led to the fall of Iraq under American occupation and at the mercy of the Takfir groups, which caused terrorism, killing and destruction, killing hundreds of thousands of Iraqis.

Hundreds of Palestinians were killed by the Israeli war machine in Gaza.

In 2006, following the Israeli aggression on Lebanon and the entry of Hezbollah fighters into the direct confrontation line against Israel, Saudi Arabia did not deviate even from its well-known anti-Arab line. In the face of this, Hezbollah has taken the initiative and even encouraged its scientists to issue fatwas that it is not permissible to support and support Hezbollah in its war against the Israeli enemy as a Shi’a Shiite party and its first struggle against the Jews, although it has already supported the royal regime in Yemen after the 1962 revolution and the Shah regime After the Islamic Revolution in Iran in 1979, although both systems were on the Shiite doctrine Magus (as described).

During the revolutions of the Arab Spring in 2011, Saudi Arabia and its sisters contributed greatly to pushing the countries of these revolutionaries either to dependency or to the abyss of chaos and destruction, in several cases that called for this:

First, if the regimes on which the revolutions were based are anti-Israeli and supportive of the Palestinian resistance movements, as in Syria, it is necessary to support such revolutions with money and weapons. Therefore, Saudi Arabia has been fighting in Syria for nearly five years through its tools and calling for the liberation of the Syrian people.

Billions of dollars, while not sending a single rocket for Palestine.

Second, if the revolution led to the overthrow of a system of agents for the West and Israel and replaced by a new system dominated by the Brotherhood, a system if the apparent satisfaction with the policies of America and Israel and their tools in the region, then support the Palestinian resistance movements, especially Hamas Brotherhood, which is reflected in the Egyptian situation that pushed Saudi Arabia and the UAE To support the coup d’état and the counter-revolution against that regime and the subsequent criminalization of all movements and fraternal movements, including Hamas itself, and to seek to create an alternative system that would be subordinate to it and to the policies of America and Israel in the region.

The third is the Yemeni situation in which the movement of Ansarullah emerged as a rising movement that managed to dominate through several stages on the political scene in Yemen, adopting a policy of open hostility towards America and Israel and Yemen’s right to enjoy its sovereignty and independence away from dependence and bowing abroad.

Its tools at home to restrain the Huthis and the embodiment of the project of localization to reality, to launch its war and aggression on Yemen, using its tools at home and an international coalition and tens of thousands of fighters from all parts of the world and still continue in it three years ago and spent about two thousand Mlia T dollars.

Destroyed and besieged and continues to destroy and besiege an entire country only to liberate the Yemeni people from the Yemeni people and restore the legitimacy of a man whose legitimacy has ended while she has done nothing to Palestine, has done nothing about the recent Trump decision in which Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.