Wahhabism and the West


“Islamic Extremism”: The History of Wahhabism & The Saudi Royal Family

David Livingston3 OCTOBER 2015

(I posted more complete quotes and notes on this here.) … Like Christianity, Islam is also highly divided into various sects and vast belief and doctrinal differences.   … Baptist … Catholic … Jehovah’s Witness … 7th Day Adventist … yet they are all “Christian”, even though their beliefs and religious dogmas wildly differ. The same can be said for Islamic Religions. …

(It is a common misperception) that the Saudi Royal Family is “Sunni”, when in fact they are NOT. … Comprehending exactly how them came into power, who put them there, and WHAT the religion they “created” is actually about, explains EVERYTHING that we are currently seeing play out in the Middle East. …

The Royal Family of Saudi Arabia- are Wahhabists, (a sect) of the Sunni Religion.

Wahhabism … has been variously described as “orthodox”, “ultraconservative”… The name Wahhabism stems from the eighteenth-century preacher and scholar,Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab (1703–1792).[17] He started a revivalist movement (and) formed a pact with a local leader Muhammad bin Saud offering political obedience and promising that protection and propagation of the Wahhabi movement would mean “power and glory” and rule of “lands and men.”[20]  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wahhabism

A General Military Intelligence Directorate report from September 2002, entitled “The Emergence of Wahhabism and its Historical Roots”, shows the Iraqi government was aware of the nefarious purposes of the Wahhabis of Saudi Arabia, often known as Salafis, in serving Western interests to undermine Islam.

The report relies heavily on the Memoirs of Mr. Hempher, which describe in detail how a British spy to the Middle East, in the middle of the eighteenth century, made contact with Adbul Wahhab, to create a subversive version of Islam, the notorious sect of Wahhabism, which became the founding cult of the Saudi regime …

(Supported first by Britain and later by the United States, the Saudis captured the Muslim holy cities of Mecca and Medina, easily gaining control of the entire Arabian peninsula.)

Since becoming a) state in 1932 … the Saudis have collaborated closely with the Americans, to whom they owe their tremendous oil wealth, in funding various Islamic fundamentalist organizations and other American covert operations, particularly the “jihad” in Afghanistan.  But the Saudis (also) disseminate this disruptive brand of Islam to various parts of the world, categorized by some of the largest propaganda campaign in history. …

Ayyub Sabri Pasha … wrote The Beginning and Spreading of Wahhabism  (while serving as a) Turkish naval admiral … in the Arabian Peninsula … in 1888 …, where he recounts Abdul Wahhab’s association and plotting with Hempher. (There are also) works circulated in Arabic which have not been translated into English.  As the report recounts, both Abdul Wahhab, and his sponsor, ibn Saud, who founded the Saudi dynasty, were of Jewish origin. …

(Taking it back still further,) D. Mustafa Turan wrote, in The Donmeh Jews, that Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab was a descendant of a family of Donmeh Jews from Turkey.  The Donmeh were descendants of followers of the infamous false-messiah of Judaism, Shabbetai Zevi, who shocked the Jewish world in 1666 by converting to Islam.  Viewing it as a sacred mystery, Zevi’s followers imitated his conversion to Islam, though secretly keeping to their Kabbalistic doctrines.  In Europe, the Shabbeteans were eventually led a century later by Jacob Frank, claiming to be a reincarnation of Zevi.  And, according to Rabbi Antelman in To Eliminate the Opiate, to them belonged the Rothschilds who had a hand in the founding of the Bavarian Illuminati.

The Donmeh community of Turkey were concentrated in the city of Salonika, which became a hotbed of Masonic activity, and from which the Young Turk movement evolved, which aided in the collapse of the Muslim empire of the Ottoman Turks.  There is evidence that Ataturk himself, the founder of the modern Turkish state, was of Donmeh origin as well…..

Turan maintains that Abdul Wahhab’s grandfather, Sulayman was actually Shulman, having belonged to the Jewish community of Bursa in Turkey.  From there he settled in Damascus, where he feigned Islam, but was apparently expelled for practicing sorcery (and eventually arrived in) the Hijaz, where he got married and fathered Abdul Wahhab. According to the report, the same is claimed in The Donmeh Jews and the Origin of the Saudi Wahabis, Rifat Salim Kabar.

The notion of the Saudi family being of Jewish heritage has been published by Mohammad Sakher, (and) The Wahabi Movement/The Truth and Roots, by Abdul Wahhab Ibrahim Al-Shammari …

Additionally, … as reported by al Said Nasir, in The History of the Saud Family, the Saudi ambassador in Cairo, Abdullah bin Ibrahim al Mufaddal, paid Muhammad Al-Tamimi thirty five thousand Jinee in the year 1943, to forge a family tree of the Saudi family and that of Abdul Wahhab, and merge them into one, claiming their origin from the Prophet Mohammed.

While it would be difficult to independantly authenticate these claims, they are interesting in light of the role that the state of Saudi Arabia has and continues to play with regards to supporting and advancing Western power in the Middle East and elsewhere.  Especially astounding is the very dubious and virulent form of Islam, that Wahhabism and Salafism represent, which is currently wrecking havoc on Islamic traditions, and dividing … (while very connected at high levels to the Western establishment.)

(There is more…)

(This will lead to the rise of the antichrist in fufillment of biblical prophecy: The War of Psalms 83)

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