Vatic Note: I found this very interesting because we did a blog sometime earlier in which we traced the lineage of the Saudi Royal family and guess what we found out, much to our surprise??? THEY ARE KHAZARS ALSO. What a coincidence. The British after WW I divided up the Ottoman empire and made little feifdoms of the Middle East and then placed royal families in who WERE NOT ARABS, rather khazars and that included the Saudi's.
See how deceptive they are? Then after WW II, came the creation at the insistance of Britain, again, of the State of Israel, and guess who the British installed in that nation to begin running it and make it into the sicko state it has become, doing genocide, occupation, murder, and destruction of the Palestinians homes, and killing their babies.
Thats right, they installed the khazars, who then dismissed the Torah and instead used the "Babylonian Talmud" as their guiding document. And we all know how pagan and satanic it is. So, is it any wonder that both Saudi Arabia and Israel are such good allies? It would be hard to understand if the leadership of Saudi Arabia were real Arabs, and the leaders of Israel were "real Israeli's or Jews, but both are Khazars, so its not that hard to understand, now that we know it.
Remember in Revelations God warns us ".... betware of those who come in my name and say they are my chosen, they are not, they are of the synogogue of Satan."..... that pretty much says it all.
What this article does is exposes the big lies of both Saudi Arabia and Israel with respect to their relationship and how it is affecting the Iran treaty. Since both Saudi's and Israel are on the same side of the geneology curtain, it now becomes evident why the Saudi's feel the way they do about that Iran Agreement.
There must be fighting at the top of the cabal, (Zionists and the Nazi's) since they are split on this issue. Everyone knows that Iran was not making Nukes, so the issue was something else. It appears from the link I provided further down that there is a hidden very good reason, the two get along so well, Israel and the Saudi's and I think it will become clear when you read this.... http://vaticproject.blogspot.com/2014/12/the-saudi-dynasty-where-do-they-come.html
The Alliance between Israel and Saudi Arabia, by Stanislav Ivanov.
By New Eastern Outlook, September 15, 2015
Tel Aviv, Israel (NEO)
– Saudi Arabia’s claims to be one of the leaders of the Arab and Muslim
world prevent it from recognizing the State of Israel’s right to exist
within its current borders, while Tel-Aviv in its turn rejects the plan
for Middle East Regulation (MER) proposed by Riyadh involving a
reversion to the pre-1967 status quo. As a result of various domestic
and international factors neither side will change their diametrically
opposite positions and maintain official contacts.
However, the absence of diplomatic relations does not prevent
unofficial contact between Israeli and Saudi representatives. Recently
there have been frequent media reports on meetings between
representatives of the two states and there have even been claims that
the Saudis are ready to provide Israel with an air corridor and air
bases for rescue helicopters, tanker aircraft and drones (unmanned
aircraft systems – UAS) in case Israel decides to bomb Iranian nuclear
facilities. Some of these reports have been denied by officials but
others have nevertheless been confirmed.
In particular, according to information of a Jerusalem
Post correspondent citing diplomatic sources of both countries, since
the beginning of 2014 there have been as many as five secret meetings
between the Saudis and Israelis, in India, Italy and the Czech Republic.
Reports appeared in the Arab press that senior members of the Israeli
security forces, including the head of Mossad, secretly visited Riyadh
and held discussions there with their Saudi equivalents.
there were even negotiations between the then director general of the
Saudi Intelligence Agency, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, with senior
officials of the Israeli secret services in Geneva.
On June 5, 2015 Director-General of the Israeli Foreign Ministry Dore
Gold met Saudi met with General Anwar Majed Eshki at a conference in
Washington, when the latter presented his strategic MER plan. Key
highlights of this document are devoted to establishing cooperation
between the Arab countries and Israel and the need for joint efforts to
isolate the Iranian regime.
King Salman of Saudi Arabia commissioned prince and media magnate
Al-Waleed bin Talal to start a dialogue with the Israeli intellectual
community with the aim of reestablishing contact with the neighbouring
country. Prince Talal called on all inhabitants of the Middle East,
which were torn apart by war, to end their hatred of the Jewish people.
He also declared that his visit to Jerusalem signifies the beginning of
‘peace and brotherliness’ between Israel and its Arab neighbours. Arab
media reported that Saudi Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources
Ali Al-Naimi confirmed that his country is ready to export ‘black gold’
to any place in the world, including Israel.
Saudi Minister pointed out
that the majority of the Arab world does not see any obstacles to trade
relations. In August 2014 the head of the Saudi Foreign Ministry
Prince Saud Al Faisal declared at the world assembly of Islamic scholars
in Jeddah: “We must reject planting hatred towards Israel and we should
normalize relations with the Jewish state.” Dore Gold, mentioned above,
told the news agency Bloomberg: “Our standing today on this stage does
not mean we have resolved all the differences that our countries shared
over the years. But our hope is we will be able to address them fully in
the years ahead and Riyadh can become a strategic partner of the Jewish
It should be noted that this mobilization of contacts between
representatives of Saudi Arabia and Israel has been taking place on the
eve of and after the signing of the agreement between international
mediators and Iran on the latter’s nuclear program. Tel-Aviv called the
agreement ‘a historical mistake’ and Riyadh perceived it as a direct
threat to its national interests. It is no coincidence that the Saudi
King and some of his direct counterparts in the Gulf Cooperation Council
(GCC) decided not to participate in the summit of this regional
organization on May 14, 2015 in Camp David (in the US).
Soon after, on
June 18, 2015 at the St Petersburg Economic Forum, Russian President
Vladimir Putin met with Saudi Defence Minister and son of Saudi King
Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud. The King himself is expected to come to
Russia on an official visit before the end of this year. In other words,
Riyadh made it clear to Washington that the deal with Iran is forcing
the Saudi leadership to look for new allies. Time will tell whether
these steps are more to do with a genuine desire of the Saudis to
diversify their foreign relations, or they are simply a lever to put
pressure on the US administration.
The US had to react quickly to the aggressive declarations and
actions of its strategic allies and regional partners. Washington
assured both Riyadh and Tel-Aviv that the IAEA and American special
services will keep a tight watch on Teheran implementing all the
conditions of the agreement signed in Vienna and that the sanctions on
Iran will only be lifted gradually. The GCC countries were promised to
receive supplies of new modern weaponry in increasing amounts and on
In the very near future the question of creating a
common anti-missile system for the GCC as a whole will be resolved. This
system will cover the Arab Peninsula with a ‘reliable shield’ from a
possible attack by Teheran. The US also supported Saudi Arabia in its
bombing of Shiite rebels in Yemen. In order to support the air operation
of the coalition led by Riyadh the US fueled the Saudi fighter aircraft
and provided intelligence and equipment. It was even reported that
Israel, at the request of Washington, also provided its intelligence
data on Yemen to the Saudis.
In order to calm the Israelis following the deal with Iran,
Washington promised to increase its annual financial aid to Israel for
the entire 10-year duration of the implementation of the ‘Vienna Pact’ –
by around one and a half billion US dollars. The US additionally
accepted responsibility to finance the further development of the Iron
Dome anti-missile system and to increase Israel’s missile supplies,
which were depleted following last year military operation in Gaza.
Israeli air force will also get a squadron of the latest F-35
fighter-bombers on favourable terms. At the same time, in the near
future joint exercises will be held with the air forces of Israel, the
US and several European countries for the first time in six years. These
exercises will include perfecting ‘missile attacks and bombing raids on
targets located in far-off countries’.
This way, the agreement between the international mediators and Iran
over its nuclear program apparently encouraged sworn enemies to look for
compromises and common ground to counter the threat they both face from
Iran. Neither the Israeli nor Saudi leadership believe that the Vienna
agreement will help to restrict further Iranian expansion in the region.
For them, the myth of the ‘Shiite Arc’ or ‘Shiite Crescent’ is an
Tel-Aviv is worried that Teheran will nevertheless
end up possessing nuclear weapons and will break Israel’s hegemony in
the Middle East. Moreover, Israelis expect Iran to start actively aiding
anti-Israeli radical half-military half-political groupings (Hamas,
Hezbollah and others). Riyadh, in its turn, is sure that with the
lifting of restrictive sanctions the Islamic Republic of Iran will make
significant progress in scientific, technical, trade, economic, and
other areas, and will improve its combat readiness and the fighting
capacity of its armed forces.
In this case, Teheran’s ability to support
the Shiite majority in Iraq, the government of Bashar Assad in Syria
and Shiite communities in countries of the Persian Gulf, Lebanon and
Yemen will significantly grow. A real threat will emerge to the ruling
Sunni groups in the Gulf countries, especially in Bahrain, where
two-thirds of the population is Shiite, in Yemen and in Saudi Arabia
itself (its eastern province), and in other countries of the region.
The Gulf monarchs are clearly not ready to share power, natural
resources or finances with representatives of their large Shiite
communities. The apparent Israeli-Saudi alliance, even though hidden
from the masses for now, matches the interests of the US in the Middle
East and Western Asia. Washington hopes that this will weaken
anti-Israeli feelings in the Arab and Muslim world, create a reliable
counterweight in the region to a possible strengthening of Iran, and
isolate to the extent possible radical islamist Sunni and Shiite groups.
The US, it would seem, is happy to see several centers of power at once
(Israel, Turkey, Egypt, the Gulf monarchies and Iran) jostling or in
competition with each other but dependent on Washington, with Riyadh
together with Tel-Aviv assigned the role of regional gendarme. The
Saudis’ counterinsurgency operations in Bahrain and Yemen and the
support for opposition fighters in Syria confirm this thesis.
Stanislav Ivanov, PhD in History, Leading research fellow
at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations and at
the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”.
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