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How to kill the Shia snake: Letter from brother Abdullah – by Hakim Hazik

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Source: Justice Denied

When the head is rotten it affects the whole body. We must kill the snake. We must crush the head. The Ummah is surrounded on all sides by enemies of the faith who are conspiring day and night to bring infamy and disorder into our ranks. We must stand united to thwart all these efforts.

Those infernal Persians have no right to speak on behalf of the Ummah. They are a blot on the name of the Faith. They are inciting treason and hatred in the Eastern Province. We pray to the Almighty to quell their mischief. We pray to the almighty US to extinguish the evil of Bushehr with the help of the blessed Stealth™ technology and in collaboration with IDF. We pray to the almighty Centcom to protect the holy oil terminal of Ras Tannurah so that the holy pipe lines keep running and the blessed oil tankers ply through the Holy Strait.

The Ummah had a glorious history but it has seen ups and downs of history. One of the most painful moments was when giant portraits of Hasan Nasrullah were displayed in the streets of Cairo after the last Lebanon war. We pray to the Almighty God, to deliver the Ummah from these unbearable crises and allow the faithful to follow the pure and unsullied message as promoted by the Al Sheikh Abdul Wahab and as affirmed by the greatest human to walk on the desert sand, the founder of the House, the servant of God, King Abdul Aziz bin Saud.

The House has left no stone unturned to uplift the lot of its loyal subjects. We have spared no expense to strengthen the defences of the Kingdom. The gleaming squadrons of F15 aircraft are a testimony to our commitment. In matters of defence Prince Bandar is the primate. He has spent forty billion dollars of the holy fossil fuel income to reward the British Aerospace for the services rendered. A billion or two in his own pious pocket are of no consequence. God protect him from the lies and calumnies of the enemies of Islam and the petty pen pushers of the Serious Fraud Office. May God give the gift of health and happiness to the Duke of York and to Lord Blair of Kut al Ammara.

Zardari of course has brought the curse of corruption to the sister Islamic Republic. Even worse, he has brought the curse of democracy to the brothers of the Islamic Republic. When my brother in Islam, General Tinpot was in control, the Republic was free of these evils. Even now, I think Brother Field Marshal Kayani should do right thing and save the Republic in same way that it has been saved a number of times before by determined men acting in supreme national interest.

Issued with the seal of

His Supreme Royal Highness
King ABA Aziz
Servant to the twin Holy Cities (of Riyadh and Tel Aviv)

And with the seal of

Julian Assange


King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia had called President Asif Ali Zardari the greatest obstacle to Pakistan’s progress, according to a cache of confidential United States’ diplomatic cables made public by WikiLeaks. The material was released to the New York Times and other organisations, and discloses frank comments made behind closed doors.

Dispatches from early this year, for instance, quote the aging monarch of Saudi Arabia as speaking scathingly about the leaders of Iraq and Pakistan.

Speaking to an Iraqi official about Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Kamal al-Maliki, King Abdullah said, “You and Iraq are in my heart, but that man is not.”

The King called Zardari the greatest obstacle to Pakistan’s progress, and added, “When the head is rotten, it affects the whole body.”

The remarks by the Saudi king explain why relations between Pakistan and the Saudi kingdom have remained cool and almost frozen during the current rule of the Pakistan Peoples Party, the News reports.

The reported feelings of the Saudi King about Zardari also explain, to some extent, why a Saudi member of the royal family sent a scathing letter about corruption in the Pakistani Haj operations.

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  • Note: Snake is a common derogatory term used for Shias by extremist Deobandis and Salafis (Wahhabis) who consider Shia Muslims as infidel (kafir), rafidi (outside the fold of Islam) and Sabai (Jewish agents).

    Within the Pakistani context, the following article by BBC’s Mohammed Hanif may be of interest:

    Kafir factory: Shia kafir, Qadiani kafir – by Mohammed Hanif

  • Ya Zardari Madad!

    Unrest in the Arab world: Islamabad assures Riyadh of support
    By Qaiser Butt
    Published: March 28, 2011

    President Zardari with the Saudi prince at the President House in an earlier meeting. PHOTO: APP/FILE
    In the backdrop of the current political uprisings in the Arab world, Pakistan has decided to play a significant role in the region by supporting Saudi Arabia, sources told The Express Tribune.
    The decision came following a string of meetings that Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz, special emissary of the Saudi king, had with the Pakistani leadership over the weekend.
    The Saudi royal family scion met the top political and military leaders, among them President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani, Interior Minister Rehman Malik and Army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani.
    Prince Bandar’s whirlwind tour came as mass protests are sweeping across most of the Gulf and Middle Eastern countries. Though there is no immediate threat of an uprising against the Saudi rulers, the situation in neighbouring Bahrain is a cause for serious concern.
    In his interaction with Premier Gilani, the Saudi prince indicated that the oil-rich kingdom would extend meaningful support to Pakistan to improve its ailing economy, sources told The Express Tribune on Sunday.
    Cash-strapped Islamabad has been asking Riyadh for oil on deferred payment for quite some time now.
    Prince Bandar is said to have assured Islamabad of its help to address its immediate oil needs. He also reaffirmed that the kingdom would always stand by Pakistan to confront any challenge and support any initiative to expand bilateral ties.
    According to sources in the Foreign Office, the Saudi move to seek help from Pakistan had a tacit endorsement from the United States whose forces are stationed in Bahrain. The US 5th fleet is stationed in Bahrain under an agreement reached between the two countries 15 years ago.
    “The United States does not consider Saudi security forces’ entry into Bahrain as an invasion,” the White House said on Monday.
    Riyadh sent about 1,000 troops into Bahrain to protect government facilities after protesters overran police and blocked roads.
    Premier Gilani told Prince Bandar, who is also secretary-general of the Saudi National Security Council, that his country supports the Saudi stance in the Gulf and the Middle East and would stand by Riyadh for regional peace.
    The prince briefed the prime minister on the Saudi perception of the situation in the Gulf and the Middle East.
    Sources said that the main purpose of Prince Bandar’s visit was to evaluate Islamabad’s viewpoint on the rapidly changing political situation in the Arab world, particularly on the alarming situation in Bahrain, which borders Saudi Arabia.
    In 1991, Riyadh was disappointed by Pakistan’s attitude towards the Gulf War when the then army chief Gen Aslam Beg had publicly opposed the then prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s decision of sending army and air force units to Saudi Arabia on the call of the kingdom.
    Faced with the threat of a direct attack from Iraqi strongman Saddam Hussien’s forces, the Saudi authorities were further disappointed when Gen Beg agreed to send only 5,000 troops after a long delay and that too under strict conditions.
    It took Islamabad several years to win back the trust of Riyadh.
    The Saudis kept referring to this ‘betrayal’ during their talks with Islamabad on all forums, a former diplomat, who has served in Riyadh, told The Express Tribune.
    Published in The Express Tribune, March 28th, 2011.