By: Kayhan Int’l Staff Writer
Recently a self-exiled member of the Wahhabi regime ruling the British created fiefdom Saudi Arabia has claimed to have formed in Europe what he called "Freedom Movement of the Arabian Peninsula People” in order to work towards a constitutional monarchy, with elections to appoint a prime minister and a cabinet.
Khaled bin Farhan, who fled to Germany in 2007 on personal dispute and not on any dynastic tussle since he is nowhere in the line of succession to sons and grandsons of the desert brigand of Najd, Abdel-Aziz Aal-e Saud, for whom London carved a kingdom in 1932, is talking total trash.
First and foremost, Saudi Arabia is a spurious state and not a country based on historical, geographical, political, and national factors.
The second important point is that except for the ruling tiny minority of Najdi origin, none of the people erroneously called ‘Saudi citizens’ by the western media, consider themselves as ‘Saudis’, nor do they want the forced status quo to continue for long – whether as the current cultish/clannish autocracy or a so-called democracy led by a supposedly constitutional monarch on the British pattern.
What the people of Hijaz, Najran, and Qatif-Ahsa, want are restoration of their identity and independence, coupled with the revival of the genuine teachings of Islam in the Land of Revelation.
Of course, these historic lands are not averse to the idea of a federal country, properly called ‘Arabia’, where the followers of the various schools of Islamic jurisprudence exercise their own rights, including the long-suppressed Shi’a Muslim majority of the eastern oil rich areas on the Persian Gulf.
This could be realized only with the eventual overthrow of the Saudi clan and eradication of all traces of the heretical Wahhabi cult, which hardly comprises 10 percent of the entire population, with most being ‘political Wahhabis’ rather than Wahhabi by conviction.
This is neither tall talk nor a distant dream. When Saddam of the repressive Ba’th minority regime could be cast into the dustbin of history and the equally repressive Aal-e Khalifa minority regime on its legs in Bahrain, the day may not be far when all vestiges of British colonialism and American imperialism is wiped out from the Arabian Peninsula.
The writing on the wall is crystal clear. No amount of American weaponry, mercenary forces, and open Zionist support will avert the inevitable for the regime in Riyadh.
Along with its blasphemy against Islam, its crimes against humanity are obvious to all, and the war in Yemen has trapped the Saudi regime in quicksand, from which it cannot extricate itself.
For its part, Takfiri terrorism, despite its trail of macabre murders of men, women, children, has failed to overawe the Muslim Ummah, parts of which are heavily bribed by the Saudis from the looted oil wealth of the deprived people of the eastern region.
This means, the coverage given by the western media to Khaled bin Farhan is a crude attempt to fool the people of Arabia, by talks of replacing the current criminal clique led by the notorious thug, Mohamed bin Salman (MBS), with some unknown foreign stooge.