Saudi-israel relations

During the war last summer, when the illegitimate Zionist entity slaughtered over 1000 Palestinians, for the first time in my life, I felt that the international community was finally becoming aware and raising their voice against the ongoing genocide that has been committed against the Palestinian people for almost 70 years. For the first time in my life, I heard whispers that the criminals occupying Palestine must be tried and held responsible for their crimes. Better late than never, I thought. However, as these whispers were getting louder, we started seeing groups like ISIS catching the headlines of mainstream media. It was the same story all over again. Saudi money working at its best, taking away all the attention on the heinous atrocities being committed by the Zionist regime. As a result, the international community completely forgot about the Palestinian cause. In the blink of an eye, the world forgot “Israel” and started paying attention to ISIS.

How many times has Saudi Arabia made a decision serving Zionist interests? I have lost count. It was no surprise to me when a commander of the Free Syrian Army – which is being funded heavily by Saudi Arabia (surprise, surprise) – by the name of Sharif As-Safouri, who was captured last year, admitted to collaborating with Israeli officers. Sharif admitted to traveling to Israel on at least 5 occasions to meet with Israeli officers, after which Israel began providing him and his army with weapons and medical support.

Saudi-Israeli cooperation dates back to the 1960’s, when Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser was their common enemy. It is no secret today the collaboration that took place between the Saudis and British and Israeli intelligence to undermine the President Nasser’s popularity and influence in Arab society. So it wasn’t a surprise to me when I saw Zionist channel 10 discuss openly the strategic alliance between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Zionist entity against the Axis of Resistance.

The “Down with Israel” slogan of the Yemeni Ansarullah movement did not sit well with the Saudis. The recent air strikes against Yemen by the Saudi-led coalition further proves how Saudi Arabia serves Zionist interests. Bab El Mandeb strait, which accounts for a major part of Israel’s economy, had to be secured to make sure that “Israeli” economic and military interests are not affected by the revolution in Yemen. Saudi Arabia took it upon themselves to safeguard these interests by launching a deadly air campaign against the Yemeni people. Whether it’s their support for the FSA in Syria or their attack on the Yemeni people for standing up for their freedom, one thing is becoming very clear: Saudi Arabia and the illegitimate Zionist entity occupying Palestine are two sides of the same coin.