Not All Americans Backing Al-Saud
Not All Americans Backing Al-Saud
U.S. election campaign currently is in its preliminary round and there is a long journey till November

Not All Americans Backing Al-Saud

U.S. election campaign currently is in its preliminary round and there is a long journey till November, when Americans are go to polls, and the campaigns expose some hidden and untold opinions existing among American people that media keep them hidden or are forced not to talk about them.


That Democrat presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders during his election campaign unveils a truth which is only addressed during the election campaign and not in the normal condition, American state interests do not let such views are uttered and they are censored, is one of the blessings of democracy.

That the prominent Senator and Democratic frontrunner for the U.S. presidency in an interview with CNN lambasted Saudi Arabia’s crimes, being committed with the U.S. support and emphasizes, “Saudi Arabian rulers are murderous thugs,” is something that one cannot hear it from someone who is in the U.S. Senate and works for the U.S. interests in no other time but during the election campaigns.

One can realize that Saudi Arabia’s crimes in Yemen and Donald Trump’s excessive support for Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has forced the Democrats to scream. The way this frontrunner Democrat Senator in his interview lambasted the policies of this Stone Age regime and Bin Salman, and describing him as “billionaire dictator and criticized the dirty policy of the White House with such rhetoric is seen or heard less from journalists or other American politicians.

Sanders outspokenly says, “For years, we have loved Saudi Arabia – our wonderful ally. The only problem is, the people who run that country are murderous thugs.”

The Vermont senator added that instead of “being really cozy” with Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman – whom he described as a “billionaire dictator” – Washington should try to resolve the issues between the kingdom and Iran to bring peace to the Middle East.

This Senator who won the popular vote in the first two Democratic contests in Iowa and New Hampshire, also reiterated his stance that the United States should not ignore Palestinians’ needs while being supportive of Israel.

Sanders recklessly pledged to protect the independence and security of Israeli citizens without being supportive of the “right-wing racist government that currently exists in Israel”.

It is necessary to mention it here that supporting the child-killer Zionist regime has been one of the undeniable policies of both the Democrats and Republicans in all eras which they follow indisputably. And if both parties often oppose each other on this issue, their difference is only on the quality of their supports. Otherwise, all Western leaders, somehow, support either openly or secretly this illegitimate child in the West Asia. Of course, there are some reasons for this support which is out of the scope of this article.

Nowadays Saudis have lost their hope on the White House but they do not dare to express their disappointment. On the other hand, Americans have saved records of Saudis’ crimes to blackmail them and to publicize them in the media in due time.

Iran’s policy as the active foreign diplomacy in the region should focus on non-Wahhabi Muslims in Saudi Arabia and it should not fear the process for restoring ties with Saudi Arabia despite all hatred they have planted in hearts of Iranian nation because creating ties with any country, first, lessens the amount of media hostility; secondly it lets two nations have ties and thirdly, it provides the ground for proximity of nations through the time.

Shiites of Saudi Arabia should be able to pilgrim to holy shrines of Mashhad, Qom and Shiraz in Iran. The Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) with our serious backing will be able to move ahead for creating international Islamic bodies, and Sunni and Non-Wahhabi people can enjoy meeting with our Shiite ulema. And above all, the region will be rescued from tensions and Saudi Arabia’s money will help passive and weak economies of Muslim countries to boom instead of being spent for weapons and arms.

 By: Hamid Reza Naghashian

  • source : IRAN NEWS