jeudi 28 août 2014
L'Arabie saoudite appelle le monde islamique à reconnaître Israël
S'adressant à l'assemblée mondiale d'érudits musulmans qui s'est tenue à Jeddah, le prince Saud bin Faisal Al Saud a réaffirmé que la branche palestinienne des Frères musulmans, le groupe terroriste Hamas, incite à la guerre entre Israéliens et Palestiniens et a demandé au monde arabe de rejeter le Hamas en tant que représentant du peuple palestinien. Pendant le conflit actuel entre Israël et le Hamas le roi Abdullah et les médias saoudiens ont critiqué le Hamas et son leader Khaled Meshaal. Le politologue Norman Bailey parle de "rapprochement politique" entre Israël et l'Égypte, l'Arabie Saoudite et certains États du Golfe du fait que tous sont soumis aux mêmes menaces.
Breitbart: SAUDI FOREIGN MINISTER: TIME FOR ISLAMIC WORLD TO RECOGNIZE ISRAEL
Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister said that now is the time to recognize Israel as a legitimate entity in the Middle East, stressing that the Palestinian arm of the Muslim Brotherhood, terror group Hamas, is responsible for fanning the flames of war between Israelis and Palestinians.
Speaking at the world assembly of Islamic scholars in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Saud bin Faisal Al Saud reiterated that the Arab world must also reject Hamas as the representatives of the Palestinian movement, AWDnews reports.
Saudi media has consistently been against Hamas in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute. “[Meshaal], we are tired of defending the [Palestinian] cause that you have sold for cheap to an MB (Muslim Brotherhood) gang whose way you followed even though they have lost their [own] way,” Saudi commentator Abdul Hamdi Razaq recently wrote in a scathing rebuke of Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal.
In March, Saudi Arabia designated the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization. Some insist the designation had more to do with differing views on Sunni Islam than with the actual threat level posed by the Muslim Brotherhood.
This week, Saudi King Abdullah blamed Hamas for the 50-day war between the terror entity and the State of Israel. Abdullah said: “It is shameful and disgraceful that these terrorists [Hamas] are doing this in the name of religion, killing the people, whose killing Allah has forbidden, and mutilating their bodies, and feeling proud in publishing this. They have distorted the image of Islam with its purity and humanity and smeared it with all sorts of bad qualities by their actions, injustice, and crimes.”