Last week, the Saudi regime offered the Arabian city of Jeddah as the place for an international anti-Islamic gathering, at which it urged to declare a new crusade against Muslims, writes UmmaNews, citing a news report by Arab News.
While offering the peninsula of the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) to the infidels, the ringleader of the Saudi regime, Abdulla, urged the West to develop a "comprehensive strategy to combat terrorism".
"The fight against terrorism (i.e. Islam - UN) is a mutual international responsibility requiring the highest degree of coordination and cooperation among the members of the international community", a statement of the Saudi king said.
Abdullah's message to the UN "counter terrorism" center's advisory board was read by the ringleader of the Saudi "foreign minister" prince Saud al-Faisal.
According to him, the regime confirmed that it intended to join the ranks of the infidels with a sole purpose - to put an end to the global Islamic Movement once and for all:
"Saudi Arabia has emphasized on several occasions and at international forums its condemnation and denunciation of terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, whoever its sources might be, and has announced its full readiness to join the international efforts (in fact, a new crusade - UN) to combat terrorism", al-Faisal quoted his king.
The king openly admitted that Saudi puppets provided the United Nations with all possible assistance to fight the Mujahideen:
"This stance reflects the kingdom's consistent and continuous policy against international terrorism and its participants", al-Faisal added quoting the king.
The Saudi king called pure Islam a major threat to "peace and security." He thanked the UN for the creation of a "counter-terrorism center" in New York City on September 19, 2011 in response to the proposal by a so-called "International Conference on Combating Terrorism", held in Ar-Riyadh in 2005. The Saudi regime has allocated to the UN $ 10 million to create the center to fight Islam.
Thanking the UN secretary general Ki-moon for his participation in the gathering, the Saudi king added:
"I am sure that his wisdom, experiences and cooperation will contribute to the success of the meeting".
Interestingly, the Saudi regime is widely regarded as "wahhabist" and it acts against the "wahhabis" as "international terrorists" who are fighting the infidels and apostates on Muslim lands, including those in the Caucasus.
Sheikh Abdul-Latif ibn Abdur-Rahman ibn Hasan ash-Sheikh (may Allah have mercy on him), said in "Ad-Durar Saniyya" (8/326), after speaking about the obligation of being hostile to infidels and not joining them in very close relations:
"So, what is to be said about those who helped them and brought them to the lands of Muslims, and magnified them, or preferred them to the faithful, to the chosen in their land, to residents and their alliance, loved them and wished them victory? (The conjunction "or" means that if someone commits only one of this, then he has already become an infidel). This is an apparent apostasy in the unanimous opinion (of all the scholars)".
Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab, listed ten provisions that remove Muslims from Islam and said about the provision 8: "To assist and support the polytheists against the Muslims refer to the words of Allah: "And whoever is an ally to them among you - then indeed, he is [one] of them..." (5/51)".
Imam Ibn Hazm (may Allah have mercy on him) said:
"The right thing is that the Words of Allah: "O you who have believed, do not consider the Jews and Christians as allies. They are [in fact] allies to each other. And whoever is an ally to them among you - then indeed, he is [one] of them. Indeed, Allah does not guide the unjust people in a straight path" (5:51) ... are to be taken directly, that is that this man is an infidel, and from the infidels' community, and there cannot be two different opinions about it among the Muslims" ("Al-muhallah", 11/138).
Department of Monitoring