By Makia Freeman
Israel and Saudi Arabia have a snug and cozy relationship. They are, indeed, BFF or best friends forever as a typical Western teenage girl might label them. At first glance, it admittedly seems extremely odd that the Zionist regime of Israel, holding such an antagonistic presence towards Arabs in the Middle East, would be friends with arguably the most powerful Muslim nation in the region (alongside Iran). However, that is precisely what makes their allegiance so dangerous and nefarious. If you don’t look closely, you would never expect it. The truth is that these 2 nations have the same geopolitical aims and allies – which bodes ill for Palestine, Syria, Iraq and other “lesser” countries standing in their way. They have a number of common enemies, such as Iran, Shi’a Islam, Hamas, Hezbollah, pan-Arab nationalism and the Muslim Brotherhood. Understanding the depth and nature of the relationship between Israel and Saudi Arabia sheds a clear light on what is happening in the Middle East, the geopolitics of the US-UK-Zionist axis, and the New World Order push towards World War 3.
Israel and Saudi Arabia: Brief History of a Love Affair
To understand the relationship between Israel and Saudi Arabia, you first need to know how Saudi Arabia become a country. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) as it is formally called remains the only nation on the entire Earth to be named after and ruled by a single family (although in this there are already similarities with Israel, which is basically Rothschild-ville). As this writer points out in his article How Zionism helped create the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the British helped form the kingdom during the 1920s:
“The defeat of the Ottoman Empire by British imperialism in World War One left three distinct authorities in the Arabian peninsula: Sharif of Hijaz: Hussain bin Ali of Hijaz (in the west), Ibn Rashid of Ha’il (in the north) and Emir Ibn Saud of Najd (in the east) and his religiously fanatical followers, the Wahhabis.”
Of these 3, Britain got the most help during WW1 from the Sharif of Hussain, who led the Arab Revolt against the Turks and helped the British defeat them. After the war, Hussain was hoping the British would keep their word (as he saw it) and agree to the establishment of a single Arabian country from Gaza to the Persian Gulf. However Britain, as it has done many times in the past, did not keep its promises. Instead, along with France, it drew up the Sykes-Picot agreement in 1916 (which I covered in my article Foreign Meddling in Syria: Decades Longer Than You Thought …) and issued the Balfour Declaration in 1917 (which mandated the establishment of Jewish Zionist state in Palestine at the prompting of the Rothschilds). The Sharif was not happy and told the British that he would never:
“… sell out Palestine to the Empire’s Balfour Declaration; he [would] never acquiesce to the establishment of Zionism in Palestine or accept the new random borders drawn across Arabia by British and French imperialists.”
Enter Churchill and Lawrence of Arabia
At this point T. E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) was dispatched to bribe and buy Hussain. When this didn’t work, he turned to threats, which were also echoed by Winston Churchill, who was then Colonial Secretary. Both men threatened to unleash Ibn Saud and his Wahhabis (who they were arming and funding), which they did first against Ibn Rashid of Ha’il:
“Finally, in September 1921, the British unleashed Ibn Saud on Ha’il which officially surrendered in November 1921. It was after this victory the British bestowed a new title on Ibn Saud. He was no longer to be “Emir of Najd and Chief of its Tribes” but “Sultan of Najd and its Dependencies”. Ha’il had dissolved into a dependency of the Empire’s Sultan of Najd.”
Peter O’Toole as Lawrence of Arabia
By March 1924, the British realized that Hussain would not back down and accept a Zionist state in Palestine, so they unleashed Ibn Saud and his armies on Hijazi territory:
“Within weeks the forces of Ibn Saud and his Wahhabi followers began to administer what the British foreign secretary, Lord Curzon called the “final kick” to Sharif Hussain and attacked Hijazi territory. By September 1924, Ibn Saud had overrun the summer capital of Sharif Hussain, Ta’if … In Ta’if, Ibn Saud’s Wahhabis committed their customary massacres, slaughtering women and children as well as going into mosques and killing traditional Islamic scholars. They captured the holiest place in Islam, Mecca, in mid-October 1924. Sharif Hussain was forced to abdicate and went to exile to the Hijazi port of Akaba.”
After losing Mecca, Hussain had to flee and lose his entire territory to Ibn Saud, ancestor of the current Saudi lineage:
“Sharif Hussain was forced out of Akaba, a port he had liberated from the Ottoman Empire during the Arab Revolt … Ibn Saud had begun his siege of Jeddah in January 1925 and the city finally surrendered in December 1925 bringing to an end over 1000 years of rule by the Prophet Muhammad’s descendants. The British officially recognized Ibn Saud as the new King of Hijaz in February 1926 with other European powers following suit within weeks. The new unified Wahhabi state was rebranded by the Empire in 1932 as the “Kingdom of Saudi Arabia” (KSA).”
As you can see, right from the start, the man who opposed a Zionist state in Palestine as a matter of principle was kicked out, and the man who was willing to let it happen was paid off handsomely and given an entire new country to rule. The Saudis were shaped by Zionism even before the actual creation of Israel as a nation on May 14th, 1948!
Zionist Roots at the House of Saud?
There are also various claims around that the Saudi family itself may be Jewish, although, to be fair, these claims are hard to substantiate. There is the research of Mohammad Sakher who recounts the story about how a Jewish man disguised himself as an Arab and seeded the Saudi lineage. Sakher was apparently the subject of a Saudi contract murder hit for exposing the Zionist-Saudi roots. He includes a quote he states is from then King Faisal Al-Saud on September 17th, 1969 in the Washington Post:
“WE, THE SAUDI FAMILY, are cousins of the Jews: we entirely disagree with any Arab or Muslem Authority which shows any antagonism to the Jews; but we must live together with them in peace. Our country (ARABIA) is the Fountain head from where the first Jew sprang, and his descendants spread out all over the world.”
There is other evidence that Muhammad bin Saud (founder of the modern day Saudi lineage) and Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab (the founder of the strict Wahhabism sect of Islam) may have been Jewish. This DIA (US Defense Intelligence Agency) document from September 24th, 2002, entitled “The Birth of Al-Wahabi Movement And it’s Historic Roots”, states:
“The original Arabic sheikhs of Najd as well as the scientific resources, confirm that Muhammad bin ‘Abd-al-Wahab is from a Jewish family from “AI-Dawnamah” in Turkey. The Dawnamah here refers to those Jews who have declared their Islam for the purpose of harming Islam and save themselves from the chase by the Ottoman Sultans.”
Reporter Wayne Madsen comments on this report:
“Much of the information is gleaned from the memoirs of a “Mr. Humfer,” (as spelled in the DIA report, “Mr. Hempher” as spelled the historical record) a British spy who used the name “Mohammad,” claimed to be an Azeri who spoke Turkish, Persian, and Arabic and who made contact with Wahhab in the mid-18th century with a view of creating a sect of Islam that would eventually bring about an Arab revolt against the Ottomans and pave the way for the introduction of a Jewish state in Palestine.”
Madsen also refers to a book called The Dönmeh Jews by D. Mustafa Turan, who claims that Wahhab’s grandfather, Tjen Sulayman, was actually Tjen Shulman, a member of the Jewish community of Basra, Iraq.
Israel-Saudi-911The 9/11 Saudi-Israeli Connection
So much for the history of Israel and Saudi Arabia. Fast forward to today, and it is easy to spot the interconnection of the Zionist regime and the corrupt, human-rights abusing Kingdom. The redacted and classified 28 pages of the 9/11 report has been in the news a lot recently. People still care about 9/11 and want to know the truth, which is still being massively covered up 15 years later. Israel and Saudi Arabia are both fundamentally connected to the 9/11 false flag terror attack. Israel’s fingerprints are all over the attack (you can see a sampling of the evidence in my article 9/11 was an Inside and Outside Job: Remembering the Israel 9/11 Role), while Saudi Arabia is also deeply implicated – for starters, 15 of the 19 hijackers were Saudis. For a deeper analysis of the role of Israel and Saudi Arabia in 9/11, see Wayne Madsen’s 2014 book The Star and the Sword, where he shows Saudi and Israeli complicity in 9/11. In case you’re wondering why the NWO manipulators want to keep the lid on tight about the Saudi’s involvement, consider this: Saudi Arabia already threatened that if the US made the 28 pages public, they would sell off $750 billion of US Treasury debt! If the US exposed the Saudi role in 9/11, that would necessarily also include evidence implicating Israel. Besides, if the Saudis were threatened with exposure, they have another ace up their sleeve: they could also react by exposing their co-conspirators, Israel and the US.
Israel and Saudi Arabia: Same Attitude Towards Palestine
You would think that Saudi Arabia might differ widely and wildly from Israel on the subject of Palestine, but you would be wrong. The corrupt leaders of the Saudi Kingdom don’t care about Palestine or the Palestinians. Israeli-Saudi ties run deeper than any other ties the Saudis appear to have with other Arabs (that is, assuming they are Arabs and not Jews themselves).
As this article Saudi Arabia, Zionism, Peace and the Palestinian Cause states:
“Today, the mission of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to strengthen Zionism continues, this being accomplished by undermining popular regional and national resistance movements, such as Hamas and Hezbollah, in order to destroy their confidence and their willingness to resist Israel’s Zionist projects.”
“… when the 1948 Arab-Israeli War ended, the kingdom withheld financial support from the Egyptian and Jordanian forces still occupying parts of Palestine, and it made every effort to prevent Syria from uniting with Iraq to create a military counterweight to Israel. The kingdom also refused to contemplate the possible use of oil to pressure the US into a more even-handed Palestinian policy.”
“Saudi efforts to destroy the Palestinian cause even entailed military plans. Accordingly, in 2009 when the Gaza attack occurred, Saudi Arabia was in support of Israel, and repeatedly met the chief of Mossad to plan an attack on Iran, the main supporter of Hamas, the most influential anti-Israeli movement in the occupied land. Similarly, during the conflict along the Israel- Lebanon border in 2006, the Saudis allegedly contacted the Israelis, the top-selling Hebrew daily Yediot Aharonot reporting that Israel and Saudi Arabia had been conducting secret negotiations.”
Both Israel and Saudi Arabia are also aligned against Syria:
“… what now concerns the Saudis is the threat that Syrian nationalism can cause to the existence of the royal family and its Wahhabi mission within Billad el-Cham (Syria). Similarly, what worries Israel and the West is the threat that nationalism can cause to the existence of the State of Israel.”
Israel and Saudi Arabia: Trading Together, Fighting Alongside Each Other
Israel and Saudi Arabia regularly help each other, fund each other and trade with each other. They just do it subtly or secretly. For instance, in 2015 Saudi King Salman helped finance the election campaign of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (we know this thanks to the Panama Papers leak). Saudi Arabia buys drones from Israel, but does it through the conduit state of South Africa to try to hide the transaction. AntiMedia recently reported that Israel and Saudi Arabia cooperate in military efforts, and that some of the islands in the recent Red Sea deal (between Saudi Arabia and Egypt) are being used by both nations for joint military training.
Conclusion: Israel and Saudi Arabia – Different Names, Same Aims
Israel and Saudi Arabia have been closely connected even before they both became official nations in 1948 and 1932 respectively. They both form part of the US-UK-Zionist axis (either as a full-fledged member or a very close ally) which has aligned itself with Sunni Islam, the Gulf States, Turkey, France and Germany on one side, in opposition to Shia Islam, Syria, Iraq, Iran, China and Russia (see Syrian Ground War About to Begin? WW3 Inches Closer). Both Israel and Saudi Arabia were up-to-the-shoulders-deep in orchestrating and executing the 9/11 false flag attack. The 2 countries regularly trade together, fund each other, and militarily train together. It is vital to understand their strategic relationship if we are to make any sense of the chaos and geopolitics in the Middle East, as well as trying to stop WW3 from breaking out.
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Makia Freeman is the editor of alternative news / independent media site The Freedom Articles and senior researcher at ToolsForFreedom.com (FaceBook here), writing on many aspects of truth and freedom, from exposing aspects of the worldwide conspiracy to suggesting solutions for how humanity can create a new system of peace and abundance.