The original founder of the Saudi dynasty was a Bedouin Emir named Muhammad ibn Saud (circa 1748- 1765).
In 1744, Muhammad ibn Saud's son, Abdul Aziz, married the daughter of Imam Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab (1703-1792):
Here in Dariya, Al-Wahhab won the support of the local chief, Muhammad ibn Saud, leader of a sub-branch of the powerful Aneiza tribe and already admired for his abilities as a warrior.
Muhammad ibn Saud became not only a convert to Wahhabism but, by marrying his eldest son Abd Al-Aziz ibn Saud to Al-Wahhab's daughter, became the founding father of the Saudi-Wahhabi dynasty—the future rulers of Saudi Arabia. (Allen, God's Terrorists, The Wahhabi Cult and the Hidden Roots of Modern Jihad, p. 52).
This marriage alliance of Emir Abdul Aziz ibn Saud with Imam Abdul Wahhab created an alliance between political and religious Wahhabi Islam . . . and remains the basis of the Saudi dynasty to this very day.
|Abdul Aziz ibn Saud (1876-1953). Caliph from 1932 to 1953|
|Harry St. John Bridger Philby. (1885-1960).|
Imam Muhammad ibn Abdul WAHHAB preached a fire and brimstone "if you do not fight for Islam, Allah will punish you sternly" message:
In the middle of the eighteenth century, an itinerant Muslim preacher, began crisscrossing the northern reaches of the peninsula and the Fertile Crescent, from Mecca and Medina to the al-Hasa Oasis in the east to Basra, Baghdad, and Damascus. Mohammad ibn Abdul Wahhab, born in 1703, was not a city dweller, and he didn't bother with the kind of learning that occurred in the Arab world's intellectual centers. Spreading the Islamic version of fire and brimstone, Abdul Wahhab thundered that the Muslims needed to purge themselves of everything that had been learned since the days of the Prophet a thousand years before. It was a revivalist movement in the classic sense, with eager followers packing tents thrown up by Abdul Wahhab's organizers.
Abdul Wahhab's most important convert was the founder of the Al Saud dynasty, Mohammed ibn Saud. Ibn Saud apparently saw himself as an eighteenth-century version of the Prophet Mohammed, conquering lands for Islam and imposing his faith on the conquered. To reinforce their message, Abdul Wahhab, Ibn Saud, and their followers had the unfortunate habit of slaughtering anyone who disagreed with them and demolishing their cities, their mosques, and their shrines.
From 1927 to 1932 Ibn Saud continued to consolidate power throughout the Arabian Peninsula. In March 1929 he defeated elements of the Ikhwan, which had disobeyed his orders to cease raiding and had invaded Iraq against his wishes, at the Battle of Sbilla. In 1932, having conquered most of the Peninsula, Ibn Saud renamed his dominions "Saudi Arabia" and proclaimed himself "King of Saudi Arabia."(Dreyfuss, Devil's Game, p. 36).
|Philby (top row second from right) with the future Saudi King Feisal in 1919.|
|Philby with Aramco lawyer Lloyd N. Hamilton|
negotiating Saudi oil concessions.
Even though Saudi Arabia was MADE IN ENGLAND, the Rockefeller owned Aramco was given the major oil concessions . . . thanks to Philby and friends!!
While representing the top echelon of the British government, Philby negotiated with the Saudis to grant Rockefeller the major oil concessions!
|Abdul Aziz ibn Saud in 1943.|
These 2 men: one a British Jesuit spy, and an Arab sheikh, created Saudi Arabia dominated by the fanatical Wahhabi sect of Islam.
|Harry Philby in 1945|
It's back to the Dark Ages with this cult because Wahhabism accepts nothing that was added to Islam after the 7th century.
Rosary beads and minarets are also banned in this so-called "reformed" Islam!!
In Wahhabi Arabia, electricity, the motor car, airplanes, telephones etc., etc., were seen as a NECESSARY EVIL in order to get the oil out of the ground!
In October 1973, Syria and Egypt launched a surprise attack on the Khazar state. The Khazars call it the Yom Kippur War and the Muslims call it the Ramadan War.
|Egyptians soldiers crossing the Suez Canal.|
|Destroyed Syrian tanks.|
The war almost led to a showdown between the United States and Russia.
After the war, OPEC quadrupled the price of oil. It went from 3 dollars to 12 dollars a barrel. It was the best thing that ever happened to radical Islam:
In the 1970s, political Islam was bolstered by the explosion of a parallel force: economic Islam. Part of the vast wealth pouring into the Arab oil-exporting countries found its way into a network of banks and investment companies controlled by the Islamic right and the Muslim Brotherhood. In country after country, these Islamic banks did much more than serve as money-changers. Sometimes openly, sometimes secretly, they supported sympathetic politicians and army officers and funded activists and political parties, Islamist run media companies, and businesses controlled by the Brotherhood. From 1974 onward, the Islamic banking system served as the financial backbone for the Islamic right.
And throughout it all, the Islamic banking system—which went from zero to global powerhouse in the two decades after 1974 depended heavily on the advice and technological assistance it received from a host of American and European institutions, including such major banks as Citibank.
To Western bank executives, International Monetary Fund officials, and free-market ideologues, the Islamic banks seemed ideal. The Islamic right had long made clear that it preferred capitalism to atheistic communism. None of the important Islamist movements, from the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt to Pakistan's Islamic Group to the Shiite fundamentalists in Iraq, preached social and economic justice. Instead, they opposed state ownership, land reform, and social welfare programs. (Dreyfuss, Devil's Game, pp. 168-169).
|U.S. crude oil prices since 1859.|
The vast influx of petrodollars enabled Saudi Arabia to buy politicians, TV stations, newspapers, radio stations, universities, publishing houses, sports teams, churches, seminaries, etc., etc.
|U.S. gasoline prices since 1947.|
With the FALSE PROFITS of billions of petrodollars, Saudi Arabia was able to buy politicians, TV stations, universities, newspapers, radio stations, publishing houses, sports teams, churches etc., etc., and the Caliphate became the center of Wahhabism or radical Islam. (Extracted from Good Muslims VS Bad Muslims - Click Here to read the whole article.