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Earlier this month, a Saudi journalist working for London-based Asharq Alawsat alleged that King Abdullah was clinically dead.
It was the second time in the past months that Asharq Alawsat reported the death of the Saudi king.
In November 2012, the daily reported that Saudi king has slipped into coma and was clinically dead nearly a week after he underwent a 14-hour-long back surgery in a hospital in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.
The report was later rejected by the Royal Court.
The 89-year-old king’s health has declined over the past few years, during which he has been hospitalized several times.
The film states that the invasion of Iraq was foretold, as Imam Ali said that "they [the enemies of Islam] will conquer Iraq and through bloodshed create divisions in tribes" and "at that time, be ready for the reappearance of the last messiah, Imam Mahdi." The Iranian-backed Houthi rebellion in Yemen is referred to as a "holy revolution" and the removal of Egyptian President Mubarak are also End Times events.
It also preaches that the death of Saudi King Abdullah will be a major sign that the destruction of Israel and arrival of the Mahdi are imminent. The film almost immediately states, "Whoever guarantees the death of King Abdullah in Saudi Arabia, I will guarantee the imminent reappearance of the Mahdi," a not-so-subtle call for his assassination. The film later refers to his "uncertain condition," as he is ill and 86 years old and his demise is not far off. Once it happens, it will be seen as a green light by the Iranian regime.
The rise of the Muslim Brotherhood is addressed as being "in accordance with the Hadith." The Brotherhood may be Sunni, but this film states that Iran is theologically-required to ally with it. The ties between Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood are not the result of converging interests but of religious commandment. The film says that according to Islamic prophecy, revolutions will happen in the Arab world that rid it of foreign influence and result in a united front to "reconquer Palestine." As stated, it is taught that Ahmadinejad will accomplish this. If the film reflects the private views of the Iranian leadership, then it is clear the regime believes it is now on the precipice of leading a coalition to destroy Israel.