posted on Sep, 4 2014 @ 07:43 AM
it is important ya'll read this article...it peel back the reason why ISIS is so barbaric...its as if the present fledgling Caliphate is outdoing the
Wahhibist sect at enforcing strict Law...
Far more serious, however, was the revived Ikhwan of Juhayman al-Otaybi, which culminated in the seizure of the Grand Mosque by some 400-500 armed
men and women in 1979. Juhayman was from the influential Otaybi tribe from the Nejd, which had led and been a principal element in the original Ikhwan
of the 1920s.
Juhayman and his followers, many of whom came from the Medina seminary, had the tacit support, amongst other clerics, of Sheikh Abdel-Aziz Bin Baz,
the former Mufti of Saudi Arabia. Juhayman stated that Sheikh Bin Baz never objected to his Ikhwan teachings (which were also critical of ulema laxity
towards "disbelief"), but that bin Baz had blamed him mostly for harking on that "the ruling al-Saud dynasty had lost its legitimacy because it was
corrupt, ostentatious and had destroyed Saudi culture by an aggressive policy of westernisation."...
...ISIS however, is a neo-Ikhwani rejectionist protest that is taking place outside the kingdom -- and which, moreover, follows the Juhayman
dissidence in its trenchant criticism of the al-Saud ruling family.
This is the deep schism we see today in Saudi Arabia, between the modernizing current of which King Abdullah is a part, and the "Juhayman" orientation
of which bin Laden, and the Saudi supporters of ISIS and the Saudi religious establishment are a part. It is also a schism that exists within the
Saudi royal family itself.
According to the Saudi-owned Al-Hayat newspaper, in July 2014 "an opinion poll of Saudis [was] released on social networking sites, claiming that 92
percent of the target group believes that 'IS conforms to the values of Islam and Islamic law.'" The leading Saudi commentator, Jamal Khashoggi,
recently warned of ISIS' Saudi supporters who "watch from the shadows."...
what is being explained is that radical ISIS is a direct product of Saudi Royal Monarchy getting too chummy with the West...
When Obama bowed to the Saudi King he was signaling that America is a slave state to Arabia...but the ISIS is unhappy with the westernized, opulent,
So be prepared to get stabbed in-the-back-America...read on
"Some contemporary Saudi ulema would regard such reforms as constituting almost a provocation against Wahhabist doctrines, or at the very least,
another example of westernization. ISIS, for example, regards any who seek jurisdiction other than that offered by the Islamic State itself to be
guilty of disbelief -- since all such "other" jurisdictions embody innovation or "borrowings" from other cultures in its view.
The key political question is whether the simple fact of ISIS' successes, and the full manifestation (flowering) of all the original pieties and
vanguardism of the archetypal impulse, will stimulate and activate the dissenter 'gene' -- within the Saudi kingdom.
If it does, and Saudi Arabia is engulfed by the ISIS fervor, the Gulf will never be the same again. Saudi Arabia will deconstruct and the Middle East
will be unrecognizable"
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