ISIS Plan to Take Over Saudi Arabia Kingdom Thwarted!

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18 Jul 2015, 11:55 am

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Saudi Arabia has arrested 431 suspected ISIS militants believed to have been planning a fresh wave of attacks on mosques, security forces and a diplomatic mission.
The kingdom's interior ministry said it had 'destroyed an organisation made of a cluster of cells' linked to the barbaric jihadi group.
The announcement came just two days after a car bomb exploded at a checkpoint near the country's highest security prison, killing the driver and wounding two officials in an attack claimed by ISIS.


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18 Jul 2015, 12:21 pm

Good!


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18 Jul 2015, 3:25 pm

Tbh Saudi Arabia exported this kind of terror.



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18 Jul 2015, 3:35 pm

How would u know? Are you from Saudi...


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18 Jul 2015, 4:10 pm

starfox wrote:
How would u know? Are you from Saudi...

Look up Wahhabism. It is the same ideology of Al Queda and ISIS.



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19 Jul 2015, 4:20 pm

Think of al Qaeda/ISIS' ideology as the extreme-wing of the already extreme-wing Wahhabism.

KSA exported Sunni radicalism.

Iran's Khomeini regime exported Shiite radicalism.

And the US is allying with both of them...fascinating!



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20 Jul 2015, 8:05 am

Its just bullshit, KSA is with ISIS.



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20 Jul 2015, 10:11 am

The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Think of al Qaeda/ISIS' ideology as the extreme-wing of the already extreme-wing Wahhabism.

KSA exported Sunni radicalism.

Iran's Khomeini regime exported Shiite radicalism.

And the US is allying with both of them...fascinating!



I suspect it has something to do with Russia.



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20 Jul 2015, 12:06 pm

ooOoOoOAnaOoOoOoo wrote:
The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Think of al Qaeda/ISIS' ideology as the extreme-wing of the already extreme-wing Wahhabism.

KSA exported Sunni radicalism.

Iran's Khomeini regime exported Shiite radicalism.

And the US is allying with both of them...fascinating!



I suspect it has something to do with Russia.


For Radicals the US ranks high. Before ISIS they took over Iraq and Afghanistan.

Before that they funded and supplied Saddam's war with Iran.

I am fairly well read, I have never found the cause of the Iran-Iraq War.

With western support the Shiite majority gets ruled by Saddam's Sunni minority, which offends the Saudi because they are the "real" Sunnis. So the US changes sides and bombs the Sunnis in Iraq, bans them from government, then tells the Shiite majority that they can rule, but not be friends with Iran.

When Shiites turn out to have more in common with Iran, common religion, living along the border, ISIS is invented.

Now Saddam's forces are militant Sunnis. They are a minority that hold a lot of empty desert, they have enemies on all sides, and they are not farmers. Sources of food and supply lines are going to be a problem.

It does seem someone was trying to drag Russia into this conflict, as an ally of Iran, Syria, Lebanon.

Like Ukraine they held important areas, the population and industry zones, and let IS and Kiev try to run a State.

With some of the best farmland on earth Kiev is going to default, even with billions in Freedom Bucks pouring in.

ISIS is in a desert with oil being the only export, and all pipelines and ports held by their enemies.

I wonder what Mosul is eating?

The longer this goes on, someone is bleeding economic support for a hopeless cause.

Sunnis were the majority in Syria, the poor oppressed darlings, now they are the definite majority in camps in Turkey, Jordon, graves, and they are not being invited to come back, ever.

Where have you been the last few years? Identifies those who tried to overthrow the government, and killed a hundred thousand loyal citizens.

Rebel areas cannot ask the government for food, medical supplies, income, banking, power, running water, nor can they afford to import it.

Kiev is a rebel area with outside support, borders, access, and they are failing fast.

One false flag bombing in Saudiland, and a lot of ISIS deserters picked up and in line for head chopping.

ISIS has been killing those who leave.

Come join us, and if you do not like it, we will kill you.

The Rights Sector is calling on the Army to not obey the government, and join them in overthrowing it.

Making trouble in Russia's backyard is not working out.



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20 Jul 2015, 6:06 pm

The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Think of al Qaeda/ISIS' ideology as the extreme-wing of the already extreme-wing Wahhabism.

KSA exported Sunni radicalism.

Iran's Khomeini regime exported Shiite radicalism.

And the US is allying with both of them...fascinating!


It IS fascinating.


My guess: the US struck a deal with Iran in return for Iran staying low profile militarily in Iraq.

The ISIS invasion shattered both Iraqi society, and the Iraqi army, along ethnic/sectarian fault lines. This provides a perfect pretext for Iran to come into Iraq full force to shore up it's ally: the Shiite dominated Bagdad regime at that regime's invitation (or with Iran coercing the regime to invite Iran in).

If that happened - the Iranian army marching in to fight alongside Shiite Iraqi militias and the Iraqi army to fight ISIS in western Iraq (perhaps with Assad attacking ISIS from the other side from out of Syria)then ISIS would be crushed between hammers and anvils pretty fast. Which would be fine with me.

Trouble would be: that would also result in Iranian boots on the ground in Iraq (which borders Saudi Arabia), and it would result in pro- Iranian factions dominating both Iraq, and Syria, with Hezbollah (also allied to Iran) dominated Lebanon in tow. The whole stretch of the middle east from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean (bordering both Israel, and Saudi Arabia) would be Iranian dominated ( a new Persian Empire so to speak).

That would be a worse immediate threat to our old allies (Israel, and SA) than Iranian nukes.

So I suspect that the US cut Iran some slack in return for them laying off of military adventurism next door. The US wants a buffer between SA and Iran and will wheel and deal to maintain it.

Trouble is: now Iran wont be there to do the heavy lifting of defeating ISIS for us.



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20 Jul 2015, 6:16 pm

The assumption being nuclear proliferation is the worst possible outcome which they are hoping this deal will halt.



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20 Jul 2015, 9:10 pm

There was never any evidence of an Iranian Bomb. Lies and sanctions, just like Iraq, with Iran between Iraq and Afghanistan.

When Bush II took office oil was $13. Taking Iran and Iraq out of production, they got a good long run over $100.

They are still out of production, but now there is a worldwide surplus of oil.

Americas fight for freedom was about stealing from everyone who used oil.

They got the money, we got the debt, the lack of economic growth, the increased jobs, higher pay, 5,000 dead, 20,000 serious injuries, and a battle weary generation. Now they are being fired, as the military is letting 40,000 go, as they get near pensions.

Wall Street, Housing, We The People got robbed, the government paid off the shorts on the markets that rich people held.

Sure, they just robbed us to protect us from being robbed, they did it because They Love Freedom.

It was not the Trillions of dollars, it was because they want to get down on their knees and kiss the Flag.

China kills people like this. You were given a position of trust, you used it to make you and your friends rich and steal the money of millions. Guilty, appeal denied, a bullet in the head. Next Case.



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23 Jul 2015, 11:29 pm

At the way things are going with how many more enemies ISIS is making ISIS will collapse in the near future without a doubt, hence why I see ISIS as a joke!


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24 Jul 2015, 8:29 am

AspieOtaku wrote:
At the way things are going with how many more enemies ISIS is making ISIS will collapse in the near future without a doubt, hence why I see ISIS as a joke!



Even though Saudis are Sunnis like ISIS, they are making a strong statement against them. They do not support this organization and it's obvious why. ISIS, despite being guilty of heinous acts, are revolutionaries who want to overthrow rulers like the Saudi kings so they are a threat to the monarchy.



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29 Jul 2015, 12:55 am

The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
And the US is allying with both of them...fascinating!


The U.S. is not forming an alliance with Iran. Where did you get this idea from?