… from FARS News Agency, Tehran
“We hereby declare the start of a Hijazi and Najdi movement to free our territories from the rule of Abdulaziz bin Saud’s sons and the extremist Wahhabi school of thought.”
[ Editor’s Note: This story has gone nowhere since it came out. Is that because a small insignificant group is behind it, or has mass media sidelined the story as a favor to the wealthy Royal family? The quote above shows me there is a tribal split that has reached the surface where smoke is turning into fire.
We hear rumbles about how the Yemen war has revealed the Saudis not only as Muslim bullies, but inept ones, thinking their wealth could buy them a victory over an impoverished neighbor, albeit one with 24 million people versus Saudi Arabia’s 30 million.
Yemen does have a 1200-mile coastline that the Saudis would like to have in their pocket, something undiscussed in the geopolitical analysis, where the Saudis have tried to keep the focus on Iran as the driving force in Yemen, as if those 24 million people have no mind of their own.
We will be looking into the oppositional resources of these two tribes more to get a feel for their ability to influence changes in the Saud family’s marriage to the Wahhabi extremists, who formed the team that has been the well-head of the Takfiri terrorist campaign in cahoots with the US, and now we have confirmed… Israel.
On a good note, the Houthis have agreed today, Thursday, to attend the UN-sponsored peace talks in Geneva on June 14th. But the Saudis seem intent on bombing while they talk. Worldwide pressure to get the Saudis to stop has been virtually non-existent, as third world dead and maimed are of little concern to most.
The Saudi Royal family seems to greatly fear having a non-vassal neighbor on its border with a representative government — an example it does not want Saudi Arabian subjects to see. And subjects they are.
But the question that these two rebellious tribes have put on the table is, can the Royal family fight a two-front war, and possibly three if you count Iran? And last, has anyone noticed how quiet things went on the new Arab NATO announcement? What’s up with that? … Jim W. Dean ]
– First published … June 02, 2015 –
“Given the fact that the fake nature and corruption of the al-Saud (the family ruling Saudi Arabia), the Hijazi and Najdi tribes should adopt a unified stance against the al-Saud,” the statement said.
“We hereby declare the start of a Hijazi and Najdi movement to free our territories from the rule of Abdulaziz bin Saud’s sons and the extremist Wahhabi school of thought,” it added.
“We declare disobedience to this cruel and corrupt family which trifles with our people’s properties and our soldiers’ souls and spirits in an attempt to spread its arrogant and hereditary ruling,” the statement underlined.
The statement came after a terrorist attack on a Shiite mosque in Dammam by ISIL which left 3 people dead and 4 others wounded as a volunteer force tackled the suicide bomber and blocked his path to the mosque compound.
Then after two terrorist attacks on Shiite mosques in Dammam in one week, hundreds of Saudi protestors took to the streets of the Eastern Province.
The Eastern Saudi city of Dammam witnessed on Friday a mass rally held by its locals to condemn the criminal explosion which was carried out by Takfiri terrorists at Imam Hossein’s (AS) mosque.
The participants chanted slogans against ISIL, and accused the Saudi regime of conspiring with Takfiri groups to support terrorist attacks in the Shiite-populated region.
Also in April 2014, the Movement of Freedom and Change had declared existence in Saudi Arabia.