By Kayhan Int’l Staff WriterHypocrisy
The hypocrisy of the regime in Riyadh has been fully exposed by the lies uttered last Saturday from the UN podium by Adel Jubeir, the foreign minister of Saudi Arabia ironically on the very day (September 23) this entity was created by Britain in 1932 for its salaried agent, Abdul-Aziz, the desert brigand from Najd, seven years after the Wahhabi Chief’s occupation of the Land of Revelation (Hijaz) by unleashing torrents of Muslim blood in the holy cities of Mecca and Medina, the port city of Jeddah and the mountainous resort of Ta’ef, and blasphemously demolishing the sanctities of Islam.
When the Zionist-looking Jubeir, who openly speaks of convergence of views with the illegal Zionist entity (Israel) and who makes no pretensions of his regime’s detestation for Hamas and the Palestinian liberation movements, said at the 72nd UN General Assembly session in New York "my country is gravely concerned and condemns the policy of repression and forced displacement carried out by the government of Myanmar against the Rohingya minority”, the audience exchanged wry smiles of disbelief.
Prompt came a jolt from Yemen, which for almost the past three years is under relentless aerial bombardment of US-backed Saudi Arabia, which has destroyed the infrastructure of the Arab World’s poorest country, killed almost 20,000 men, women and children, and displaced millions of Yemeni Muslims – catastrophic figures that pale into insignificance when compared to the atrocities of the Myanmar regime against the Rohingya Muslims.
The popular Ansarallah Movement which the Wahhabi regime thought would be bludgeoned into submission in a couple of weeks, but has surprised the world by turning Yemen into Saudi Arabia’s Vietnam, mocked Jubeir’s statement of pretension of support for Rohingya Muslims by reminding him how brutally his own regime is killing Yemeni Muslims.
Ansarallah spokesman Mohammad Abdus-Salaam, said Sunday on the Arabic-language al-Masirah television network: "The Saudi-led coalition deserves the Nobel Peace Prize due to its crimes in Yemen.”
It was an apparent dig at Myanmar’s supposedly democratic leader, Aung Sang Suu Kyi, a Nobel laureate whose support for her regime’s ongoing atrocities against Rohingya Muslims has drawn international outcry, prompting the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, to denounce her as a "cruel woman”.
The Leader had said: "The (Myanmar) government is led by a brutal woman who has been awarded the Nobel peace prize; these developments, in fact, have sounded the death knell for the Nobel peace prize.”
As usual, Jubeir in his UN speech heaped lies upon the Islamic Republic. In a clumsy attempt to distract attention from Iran’s exemplary role in supporting the people and governments of Syria and Iraq by saving Damascus and Baghdad from imminent fall into the hands of the cannibalistic Takfiri terrorists (created by the unholy triangle of Riyadh-Washington-Tel Aviv), he alleged that Tehran was supporting terrorism.
The hypocrisy was crystal clear. Terrorists in the jargon of the Wahhabis are elected (not installed) governments, popular liberation movements and the Muslim masses who support them by firmly opposing the desecration of Islamic sites and distortion of Islamic laws by the Godless Takfiris.