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Dead Saudi's Got To Be A Part Of What They Preach.

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posted on Apr, 23 2004 @ 11:27 PM
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The recent attack in the Saudi Kingdom has enraged the Saudi people who think:

"many Saudis consider the attack here on Wednesday a shocking and unsettling crime, especially since the attackers chose for their first major government target an office building that virtually every adult male must visit to collect a license or car plates."

Well here's to a taste of their own teachings. I hope they liked it because as they teach their people when you are displeased with something you launch a holy war. But I guess they don't understand people are dumb and will use those religious tactics at home when they become disgruntled. LOL, if here's a couple more insights of what the pilers of the Saudi society are teaching their people:

"Oh God, avenge America, oh God, avenge its allies," the prayer leader at Prince Sultan bin Abdel Aziz mosque in a northern Riyadh neighborhood said last Friday. "Oh God, order your soldiers to show them torture, oh God divide them, oh God avenge them for what they are corrupting in Iraq."

What does the Saudi government think, what are they doing? You'd think they were doing their best to tech their people blowing them selves up was not the way to go? It may surprise you why the Saudi government is trying to prevent their people from going to Iraq (here's the last statement in full


"We see that allowing people to go to Iraq has many negative points. For example, when the war is over, they will be trained and shaped in a way that could go out of control. They might go back to their home countries and act in bad way."

Fearing such an outcome, Saudi officials say they are ensuring that the long border with Iraq is sealed. They have installed heat sensors to detect movement, one official said, noting that events in Iraq are likely to inspire more problems at home.

"They can't do anything over there, and they think Arab governments are not doing anything," said Sayid A. al-Harthi, a senior adviser to Prince Nayif bin Abdel Aziz al-Saud, the interior minister. "They are consumed with anger which they transfer to their own government. If we let them, thousands would go, not just from Saudi Arabia, but from every Arab country."

Instead, the government has been trying to let off steam by, for example, allowing otherwise tightly controlled mosque sermons to inveigh heavily against the Americans.

"Oh God, avenge America, oh God, avenge its allies," the prayer leader at Prince Sultan bin Abdel Aziz mosque in a northern Riyadh neighborhood said last Friday. "Oh God, order your soldiers to show them torture, oh God divide them, oh God avenge them for what they are corrupting in Iraq."


Reall nice. A bunch of wackos, that's what I think. Say a member of your family just went to Iraq and "was one of the lucky ones that the US blew away" guess what happens? Well you are praised by your community:

"People are calling all the time to congratulate us crying from happiness and envy,"

Why are these people our friends again? OHHHHH riight it's the oil! Can't forget about the all mighty oil. Read more about the Saudi's, our friends, may their teachings cause their people to blow themselves up in the streets of the kingdom rather than in Iraq, here's the link:

www.wilmingtonstar.com.../20040423/ZNYT/404230382/1002/BUSINESS




posted on Apr, 24 2004 @ 07:30 AM
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Having lived in Saudi for a couple years, I can tell you that the majority of them are FAR removed from what you see in the press. Most are the nicest, calmest people you'd ever meet.

The fanatics are a SMALL minority. As for you citing a Prince...do you have any idea how many "Princes" there are there? Heck, the founder, King Saud, had over 200 children... That's a lot of princes, hehe....

Our friendship seems to have soured a bit anyhow...as the monarchy must now acknowledge the militants, with the departure of US troops, lest they be overthrown... Unfortunately for the average Saudi on the street, they don't have free news, so they are getting a highly slanted version of events...

Just be sure to direct anger to where it lies, to those in power...because they KNOW what's going on, and the variables....not the average Saudi...



 
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