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It was no coincidence that a Kingdom adopting Wahhabi and Takfiri thoughts was founded in Najad and Hijaz; as its foundation had a big role in slamming all efforts toward an Arab unity against the British and French colonialism in the twenties and thirties of the past century.
While Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan aspires to rebuild the Ottoman Empire, what was most striking was the establishment of a Turkish-Saudi alliance in the war on Yemen, especially since the Saudi Kingdom was a pioneer in the fight against the Ottoman Empire in the Arabian Peninsula and the disassembling of its succession.
As an overseer on the Kingdom’s emergence, one cannot help but note the abundance of “coincidences” which accorded with its advent and which ultimately led to the disintegration and fragmentation of the Arab and Islamic world.
In a similar notion, the Saudi Kingdom fulfilled its mission against Gamal Abdel Nasser and announced a relentless war against him as it did with Sharif Hussein in the early formation of the “Israeli” entity.
Furthermore, the Saudi fund included Egypt as well, where it spent billions of dollars in the construction of religious schools to spread the Wahhabi ideology.
Consequently, Saudi corruption spared no region in the world except for the Zionist entity that stayed free from Saudi Arabia’s ambitions.