The Najdi Bedouins are so consumed by hatred of Islamic Iran that they have openly embraced the well known terrorist group, the Mujahideen-e Khalq organization (MKO) better known as Munafiqeen. This was evident at a Paris rally on July 9 that the group organized at which the former Saudi intelligence chief, Prince Turki al-Faisal also spoke, calling for the overthrow of the Islamic government in Iran.
Monday July 11, 2016, 09:47 DST
It is one thing to surreptitiously back terrorists; it is quite another to be brazen about it. This is what the Najdi Bedouins have just done in the case of the terrorist group, the Mujahideen-e Khalq Organization (MKO) better known as the Munafiqeen.
The former intelligence chief of the Saudi regime, Prince Turki al-Faisal was among a number of people that addressed a Paris rally of the terrorist group on Saturday July 9. The munafiqeen have made no secret of overthrowing the legally established Islamic government in Iran.
The group has used terrorism as the main instrument of its modus operandi killing hundreds of senior Iranian officials in bombings and other terrorist acts since the success of the Islamic revolution in early 1979.
Newt Gingrich, the former US House of Representatives speaker, also addressed the terrorists.
Saudi media gave extensive coverage to Turki’s Paris speech. This was an open declaration of war against the Islamic Republic.
The Najdi Bedouins have been supporting an assortment of terrorist groups in the region including the Daesh takfiris (aka ISIS/ISIL). The takfiris receive funding, weapons as well as ‘religious’ justification for crimes against humanity. This makes the Najdi Bedouins accomplices to war crimes.
“The Saudis are resorting to well-known terrorists ... as they have also done in Iraq, Yemen and Syria. This shows that they use terrorism and terrorists to further their aims against regional Islamic countries,” an Iranian Foreign Ministry source was quoted by Iran’s state news agency IRNA as saying.
“Your legitimate struggle against the [Iranian] regime will achieve its goal, sooner or later,” Prince Turki, also an ex-ambassador to Washington and London, said in his speech. “I, too, want the fall of the regime,” he added.
What the Najdi Bedouins fail to realize is that they are digging their own grave. Their fall is imminent. All their terrorist policies have failed and the terrorists they are supporting in Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Pakistan, and now against the Islamic Republic through the munafiqeen, will ultimately bring about their own downfall.
The Saudi regime is teetering on the brink of disaster and thus thrashing about like a wounded beast. Even their American masters have tired of their criminal activities.