Iran: Saudi Arabia Would Not Have Murdered Khashoggi Without [Zio] U.S. Protection


Sheikh Imran Hosein on Saudi regime Analysis

haaretz.com Oct 24, 2018

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday that Saudi Arabia would not have murdered prominent journalist Jamal Khashoggi without American protection, according to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA).

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday Saudi authorities staged the “worst cover-up ever” in the killing of Khashoggi in Turkey this month, as the United States vowed to revoke the visas of some of those believed to be responsible.

“No one would imagine that in today’s world and a new century that we would witness such an organised murder and a system would plan out such a heinous murder,” Rouhani said, according to IRNA.

“I don’t think that a country would dare commit such a crime without the protection of America.”

U.S. protection has allowed Saudi Arabia to carry out bombings against civilians in Yemen’s war, Rouhani said, according to IRNA.

“If there was no American protection, would the people of Yemen still have faced the same brutal bombing?” Rouhani said.

Rouhani also called on Turkey’s government to conduct an impartial investigation into Khashoggi’s “unprecedented” murder.

With Syria lost, Daesh outlives its usefulness to Israel

Given Israel’s proven collaboration with Daesh over the course of the Syrian conflict in order to aid its own regional ambitions, the recent decision to revoke the citizenship of 19 Israeli Daesh members is hardly the straightforward counter-terrorism measure it is being made out to be. Just more Zionist baloney.

While the recent decision to revoke the citizenship of alleged Daesh members has largely been framed as the Israeli government cracking down on terrorism, such narratives ignore Israel’s own past support for the terror group over the course of the Syrian conflict.

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  • We are, quite unfortunately, the United States of Israel (USI) where its interests take precedence over everything else. Even the lives of American citizens are meaningless as long as Israel is the perpetrator.

Although Israel is not in reality a protectorate of the United States of America, you cannot ignore the tremendous influence that the U.S. has on Israel in all fields.

On the face of it, Israel is an independent state, but in practice, there is no decision that does not pass through the U.S. The economic/cultural/military dependence that Israel has developed in the United States in the last four decades, together with the flourishing of globalization and the free market in Israel in the 1980s made us a kind of US beneficiary.

With the election of the sympathetic Donald Trump, we returned to the glory days of the “Uncle Sam” Israel celebrated in its early decades. She was careful to cultivate a unique cultural character of her own with kibbutzim, Hora dances and the revival of the Hebrew language.

The fine European delicacies were swallowed up by McDonald’s. It seems like today, Israel is another one of the states of the U.S., with billboards advertising with slang–all in English. Add to that a decade with a prime minister who is more American than anything else, and you have basically become the 51st star on the U.S. flag.