A London-based and owned by the Saudi king's family newspaper Al-Sharq al-Awsat reported that the ruling regime in Riyadh had promised to arrest each and every Muslim from Arabia, who had been fighting in Syria and planned to return home in the future, writes UmmaNews .
In a meeting with reporters, a Saudite, Maj. Gen. Mansour al-Turki said participation of Muslims in the Syrian Jihad was "against Saudi laws".
Al-Turki said Monday Saudites will crack down on Muslims planning to travel to Syria to join the Mujahideen fighting there. According to him, his Saudite apostates already knew about Arabians, who were fighting on the side of the Mujahideen.
"We know that in Syria, there are Saudi citizens, but we do not have enough information about their number. Upon their return, they will be arrested and interrogated. We have not forgotten that many Saudi citizens are among those wanted, it does not matter - whether they are listed as Al-Qaeda members, or members of other groups, which we mentioned before.
Therefore, the question remains open for us, we have no specific data on their numbers or sufficient information about them. Agencies that exist in Saudi Arabia will be dealing with them", threatened the king's thug.
Earlier, a senior Saudi official advised the West to increase combat effectiveness of Syrian Democrats, so that Mujahideen "had no place to go to" in Syria.
"I'm not in government so I don't have use a diplomatic language. I assume we're sending weapons and if we were not sending weapons it would be a terrible mistake on our part", Prince Turki al-Faisal, a former spy chief and brother of Saudi Arabia's foreign minister, said.
The king's thug stressed that the Saudi weapons would be delivered only to "moderate rebels", but not to to "extremists" (i.e. the Mujahideen):
"Stop the killings, and you won't have these terrorists, they won't have any place to go in Syria", said the Saudite. According to him, the presence of the supporters of Sharia in Syria "was predicted from day one in the event of a prolonged crisis".
Al-Faisal said that the weapons should be channeled to "good guys" among the opposition to help the secular rebel democrats "to regain their credibility among the people".
Last autumn, the Mujahideen of Jabhat al-Nusrah arrested Yemeni military apostates, who came to northern Syria to help Assad on the orders of their American masters and for money from the Saudite gang in Arabia.
The Saudites allowed, at least one time, warships and a helicopter of Iranian rafidites to go through the Arabian port city of Jeddah (about 60 km from the holy Mecca) on their way to the Syrian port of Tartus. Back then, the Saudi media called that event a "friendly visit by the navy ships of Iran".
Not long ago, a Saudi palace Mufti, Abdul-Azeez Aal ash-Sheikh, urged the Arabian Muslim youths not to join the Mujahideen in Syria because "it was unknown under which banner they were fighting". Aal ash-Sheikh said that "it would be better" to send money to Syrian Muslims or just "make a prayer".
It is obvious that the most appropriate option for the infidels to deter the "threat of Islam in Syria" is to use various palace "Muftis", who now suggest "not to go for Jihad in Syria, and just make prayers".
As is seen, the next step will be: "Just make prayers, it is not necessary to send any money, because we do not know to whose hands they would land". And then, most likely, it will be as follows: "The Kharijites came to power in Syria - prepare for a campaign with your ruler, in order to fight the group that left. And there are no problems if the people of the Scripture (i.e. kuffar/infidels) help you".
The Syrian Mujahideen, according to the version of palace scholars, to all appearances already have prerequisites for "Kharijism". What comes next - only time will show.
Department of Monitoring