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Exposing the extremist ideology of Wahhabi Islam and ISIS terrorists!

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posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 03:58 AM
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Exposing the history of Wahhabism and the role Saudi Arabia has played in spreading the Wahhabi doctrine and extremism throughout the world. In this documentary, originally titled House of Saud: History of Wahhabism, Death of King Abdullah and the Rise of the Mahdi, you will discover who is behind the core beliefs of groups such as the Islamic State and why they commit such terrible atrocities against Muslims and non-Muslims alike. This film gives an in-depth look into Saudi Arabia's extreme laws, and the importance of the death of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia!





posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 04:21 AM
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a reply to: Dubz310

Does the video say anything about the hypocritical position of the US toward Saudi Arabia?

Does it talk about the rivalry between Qatar and Saudi Arabia that caused all the terrorism in the middle-east?

Because that is key to understand the whole topic.



Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar have used their oil and gas revenues to influence events in other Middle Eastern countries and any resolution of their differences could alter the political environment in Libya, Egypt, Syria, Iraq and Yemen.

The UAE and Saudi Arabia have both listed the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization and see political Islam as a challenge to their own systems of dynastic rule. Kuwait has attempted to mediate between its fellow GCC members.

Qatar is seen to have been supportive of the Brotherhood in Egypt and the UAE, and more recently in Libya. It has given sanctuary to some Brotherhood members and extended citizenship to Sheikh Youssef al-Qaradawi, a cleric with ties to the group.

Riyadh and the United Arab Emirates also see the Doha-based Al Jazeera news channel as being a Muslim Brotherhood mouthpiece -- something Qatar denies.

Diplomats in Doha said that amongst other things, Qatar had promised the UAE that the Brotherhood would not be allowed to operate from the country. There was no immediate confirmation of this.

Qatar holds the revolving presidency of the GCC and the country's Emir on Tuesday publicly invited his fellow GCC rulers to Doha for the group's annual summit. But diplomats had said some of them wanted to move the meeting elsewhere to protest at what they saw as continued Qatari support for Islamists.




The rivalry between them is like the cold war between the US and Russia. They will finance "political dissidents" in contested countries to undermine the influence of the governments they don't like, leaving nothing in their wake but terrorism, war, and scorched lands.



All with the benediction of the US who knwo very well about this but are so addicted to oil they would gladly gobble a Saudi peen for a few more drops of black goop.
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posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 04:59 AM
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a reply to: Develo

Yes it does and thanks for sharing this information... the documentary goes into detail about U.S - Saudi relations and how the Gulf Corporation council is responsible for funding and allowing its richest citizens to fund groups like ISIS, Al Qaeda, the Taliban and more, among many other key aspects about this regime, that many need to be aware of.



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 08:27 AM
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it is known more as Shariaism than Wahhbism.

ISIS is a Sharia ran group. everyone they capture is taken to Sharia Jurist to be convicted and killed.

This is a government and a political movement known as Shariaism.



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 08:35 AM
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Savages all of them.
It is a sectarian Islamic issue, something the Sunni & Shia Islamic nations should deal with, nothing more nothing less.
Wahabi Islam is a problem for nations of Islam, not countries like my own which have 5% Muslim populations.
Nothing to do with us aside from potential oil supply issues, but personally I would prefer power outages and queues at petrol stations before any British blood being spilled in that backward region of the world.



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 11:47 AM
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originally posted by: ChesterJohn
it is known more as Shariaism than Wahhbism.

ISIS is a Sharia ran group. everyone they capture is taken to Sharia Jurist to be convicted and killed.

I don't think "Shariaism" is even a known (or existing) term, let alone better known than Wahabism.
Also, I doubt very much that ISIS bothers at all to take everyone captured to a Sharia jurist.



posted on Mar, 3 2015 @ 12:06 PM
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originally posted by: ChesterJohn
it is known more as Shariaism than Wahhbism.

ISIS is a Sharia ran group. everyone they capture is taken to Sharia Jurist to be convicted and killed.

This is a government and a political movement known as Shariaism.


It is even more widely know as mohammadenism.



posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 11:04 AM
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originally posted by: greencmp

originally posted by: ChesterJohn
it is known more as Shariaism than Wahhbism.

ISIS is a Sharia ran group. everyone they capture is taken to Sharia Jurist to be convicted and killed.

This is a government and a political movement known as Shariaism.


It is even more widely know as mohammadenism.


It is what it is known as today, it is a Political as well as a Governmental movement that wishes to control the world, like that of communism, Socialism etc...

It oppresses the rights to free speech, it oppresses the right to freedom of or from religion, It oppresses womens rights, and it uses maiming, public beatings, and death as a means of enforcement.

not known to those who only look at liberal websites and read liberal blogs rather than keep a well rounded view of things.

www.joybrighton.com...

www.breitbart.com...


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posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 11:16 AM
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a reply to: grainofsand

That sectarian issue is getting THOUSANDS killed unintentionally ,mostly due to Islamic xenophobic eccentricities many cultures throw up against the rest of the world.
It needs to be understood insolated and killed off for the threat it is.
Otherwise the carnage WILL continue from an ignorrant west striking back at their acts against the Muslim whole.
That sort of warfare is against American values ONCE we can identify innocent people. At issue now is the Jihadists using moderates as a sheild to attack the west so ALL Muslims pay and forment more extreemism,we can't trust Islam yet.



posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 11:52 AM
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a reply to: cavtrooper7
I agree, it is why I am against a single squaddie mate of mine being sent back over there.
Let Malaysia, Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, UAE etc deal with it, they are all supposedly real nations of peaceful Islam with capable troops, but that's right, the Sunni's and Shia hate each other as well so it aint happening any time soon.
Nope, while I feel sorry for ALL innocent people involved in this, I'm from a nation with only 5% Muslims and it has exactly # all to do with me, it's up to Islamic nations to deal with 'Islamic State' now, not us in the UK.
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posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 12:23 PM
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a reply to: grainofsand

THEY CAN'T!
Their armned forces don't and havent had the ability to counter them.
Either by political or social harnessing they have been halted from these activities or they are attacked from within.
The uglieness won't stop until it reaches an unbearable cresendo,I wonder if THAT is the idea behind the ISIS Nihilists anyway.
AND ANYONE who says they supports such insannity SHOULD nominally be shunned by their OWN communities.IT isn't happening so you and I go over there and fight them to make matters far more complicated for all of us due to lack of seperation.



posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 12:40 PM
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a reply to: cavtrooper7
Do you want to send US forces over there to fight again then?

I can live comfortably with no British forces being sent for Iraq War III, we've left a bigger mess every time our countries have invaded so I think we should let the Middle East sort itself out now. Is it not Saudi calling the shots anyway?
I'd prefer power outages and queues at petrol stations than have another British soldier over there, but the Arabs will still sell their oil to us no matter what, so yeah, let the Middle East sort it themselves this time.



posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 01:16 PM
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a reply to: grainofsand

They won't ask me and never have.
I fought in Desert Storm when they set up Saddam for getting too expansionistic.
OLIGARCHS are running things not governments now.
Unless YOU are going enact martial law to remove them THAT is way of the world. Both US AND UK.
I don't like the rampant killing and want it stopped yesterday but it may ALL be one big PSYOP for that given purpose.
DAMN my paranoid "GUT" I don't know ,it sure feels like a great many of the gun incidents in the US and terrorism abroad seems to consolidate a control effort that has already gone too far.
A yes or no answer isn't easily found here.



posted on Mar, 4 2015 @ 01:45 PM
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originally posted by: cavtrooper7
a reply to: grainofsand

They won't ask me and never have.
I fought in Desert Storm when they set up Saddam for getting too expansionistic.
OLIGARCHS are running things not governments now.
Unless YOU are going enact martial law to remove them THAT is way of the world. Both US AND UK.
I don't like the rampant killing and want it stopped yesterday but it may ALL be one big PSYOP for that given purpose.
DAMN my paranoid "GUT" I don't know ,it sure feels like a great many of the gun incidents in the US and terrorism abroad seems to consolidate a control effort that has already gone too far.
A yes or no answer isn't easily found here.

Nothing there I disagree with fella



posted on Mar, 5 2015 @ 02:53 AM
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posted on Mar, 5 2015 @ 01:43 PM
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originally posted by: ChesterJohn
it is known more as Shariaism than Wahhbism.

ISIS is a Sharia ran group. everyone they capture is taken to Sharia Jurist to be convicted and killed.

This is a government and a political movement known as Shariaism.


It looks more like a rather absurd term coined by Joy Brighton. She is pretty much the only person using the term.

You are "selling it" -

Does this political movement known as 'Shariaism' self identify as such?



posted on Mar, 7 2015 @ 04:47 AM
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a reply to: UmbraSumus
Hahah!
I knew there was something weird about that word. I wonder if ChesterJohn is Joy Brighton?! :O

Although, to be fair, what a group calls itself isn't really representative of what it is most known as. ISIS/ISIL/DAESH wants to be known as "The Islamic State", which none of the rest of the 99.9999% of muslims accept, not to mention everyone else.




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