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Historic Goal of Iran’s Mullahs is to Conquer Saudi Arabia & Create Shiite Regime, Reports Expert George Hassan in New Book
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Friday, September 20, 2019


Historic Goal of Iran’s Mullahs is to Conquer Saudi Arabia & Create Shiite Regime, Reports Expert George Hassan in New Book
 

Ever since the 1979 Iranian Revolution, one of the overriding goals of the regime, run by the Arab Shiite Mullahs, has been to destroy the Saudi Royal Family and replace it with Shiite leadership. Saudi Arabia is a majority Sunni country and, with vast oil reserves and wealth, ranks along with Israel and the United as the primary enemies by the Iranian Mullahs. George Hassan, a native of Iran and author of the about to be released book, First Comes the Mosque, expertly deals with this exact topic in the book segment below.

Hassan's first book, Iran: Harsh Arm of Islam, is followed by an informative and detailed look at key aspects of the Shiite wing of Islam and the danger it poses to the world. A native of Iran, who immigrated to the United States in the 1960s, George Hassan provides a hard hitting look at Iran which makes First Comes the Mosque required reading for anyone hoping to live in a more peaceful world.         

Here is the excerpt from First Comes the Mosque about Iran's views of and intentions for Saudi Arabia:

THE PUSH FOR THE CONTROL OF SAUDI ARABIA

The plot to overturn and surmount the Saudi kingdom goes back to 1940s-1950s with Ayatollah Kashani, Khomeini, Behbahani, and another high-ranking Shiite cleric involved. In recent years, Iran's Arab Shiites have accelerated their prolonged attack on the kingdom without any provocation from Saudis. The prominent members of the "Assembly of Experts" frequently declare that the "Saudi Kingdom" belongs to the Shiite Mehdi, thus, under the Mehdi's authoritative directive the Saudi Kingdom belongs to Iran's mullahs as Mehdi's representative. (This is the same structure applied in controlling Iran.) The mullahs insist that Mecca should be run by Iran Shiite ayatollahs since they are the true leaders of the Islamic world. In other words, Iran's Shiite institution aims to do what they did to Iran in the 1979 coup d'état, namely to control Saudi Arabia's healthy economy such as the oil fields, gas, and the lucrative income from the annual Hajj pilgrimage. 

Unbeknownst to the Saudi Kingdom, as early as the 1950s, the Shiite leaders of Iran had eyes on Saudi's Kingdom and have diligently worked to someday topple the Saudi monarchy and annex it to their Shi'a proxy. Iran and Saudi relations go back as far as 1929, when both nations enjoyed the best of relations, especially during the Pahlavi Dynasty (1925-1979). They established diplomatic relations in 1929 by signing a Saudi-Iran Friendship Treaty. The treaty was never breached until the 1979 Islamic revolution.   When Iran became the second Muslim-majority country to recognize the State of Israel as a sovereign nation in 1952, the Saudis decided not to take issue; instead, they tolerated the situation with grace and an attitude of 'grin and bear it.'

In 1966, the late King Faisal of Saudi Arabia's visit to Iran further strengthened relations between both countries. Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi reciprocated by paying an official visit to Saudi Arabia. The Shah showed his solidarity with King Faisal regarding the establishment of multinational Islamic institutions, including the Organization of the Islamic World Congress, the Muslim World League, and the Organization of the Islamic Conference. 

In 1968, when the United Kingdom announced its withdrawal from the Persian Gulf, Iran and Saudi Arabia took primary responsibility for peace and security in the region. The relationship between Saudi Arabia and Iran was never better than in the years between 1968 and 1979. In the early days of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, the ruler of Saudi Arabia, King Khalid, sent Khomeini a congratulatory letter, stating that "Islamic solidarity" could be the basis for closer relations between the countries.

Far from being a diplomat or a political leader, the one-dimensional man who seemed to live only to destroy the Sunnis, Khomeini, could not wait a minute longer to show his inherent hatred for Sunnis and the Sunni kingdom. In his reply, the primitive Khomeini used words that at once showed his shallow and imbecilic personality. Among some choice words, he threatened King Khalid with "Your days are also numbered" From that day on, the unprovoked Iran Shiite leaders started to openly attack and criticize the character and religious legitimacy of the Saudi regime.  

On May 7, 1984, unwarranted Iranian warplanes attacked an oil tanker in the Persian Gulf. This action resulted in Saudi Arabia undertaking air-defense measures in the region to intercept Iranian warplanes.   On June 5, 1984, four Iranian F-4 warplanes penetrated Saudi airspace to bomb oil facilities. Saudi F-15 Eagles intercepted the Iranian warplanes, shot down two F-4s, and hit the third, while the fourth jet managed to strike a water tank in Al-Dammam City in eastern Saudi Arabia.

In 1987, hidden among tens of thousands in their annual Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, the Shi'a government of Iran managed to include in a large group of agitators and a few hundred trained militia to overthrow the constitutional government of Saudi Kingdom. However, when their political demonstration started, Saudi riot police opened fire and as a result, nearly five hundred Iranian pilgrims, among them all the militias and the agitators, were killed. In Tehran, a mob supervised by Shi'a ayatollahs attacked the Saudi, Kuwaiti, French, and Iraqi embassies.  

In a 1987 public address, Khomeini (1902-1989), declared that "these vile and ungodly Wahhabis are like daggers which have always pierced the heart of the Muslims from the back," and announced that Mecca was in the hands of "a band of heretics" With this statement, diplomatic relations between the two countries ceased. Khomeini launched his startling Quds Force, a special unit intended to cover domestic and international operations with the top priority of confronting Sunnis, the Saudi Kingdom, the United States, and the State of Israel.

The Saudis woke up to the reality that they have a home-grown, Khomeini-style Shia rebel who is a vocal supporter of the anti-government protests and has ties to the Iran Shi'a ayatollahs. The Shiite Sheikh Nimr was their man in the Sunni majority Saudi kingdom.           

In 2011, Shi'a cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr arranged several large, violent demonstrations in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, financed by Iran. As part of Iran's 'Triangle of Terror' (phase one and phase two) to overthrow the kingdom in favor of Shi'a Caliphate, Nimr was playing into the hands of Iran's deceptive Shiite ayatollahs. Ironically, Sheikh Nimr was complaining against marginalization of the Shi'a minority in the Sunni-majority nation, while his backers, Iran's Shiite ayatollahs, have for centuries marginalized, dehumanized, denigrated, and curtailed the upward movement of Iran's Sunni minority population in their own land. What's more, Sunni Saudis never interfered.

The execution of Sheikh Nimr on January 2, 2016, on charges of terrorism offenses hugely upset the overall plan of Iran's Shi'a regime in the overthrow of Saudi kingdom. The demonstrations orchestrated and financed by Iran took place simultaneously all over the Middle East. The United States and the United Nations, who as usual lack the true knowledge of the conspiracies by the Shi'a government of Iran that aims to depose from power or harm other Islamic secular or Sunni nations, also protested against the execution of Sheikh Nimr.  

Saudi elite forces are in the process of razing the historic quarter of a largely Shia town in the country's eastern province after months of clashes with gunmen in the area. The move is the culmination of a three-month government campaign to root out gunmen from the four-hundred-year-old Musawara neighborhood of Awamiya. The government considers the area to be a breeding ground for opposition groups and the center of anti-government protests, where many locals have chafed under Sunni rule. 

About George Hassan:

George Hassan was raised as a Shia Muslim and is in the process of releasing a series of books which provides dependable details of the operation of the Arab Shiite system of mind controlling. The setting begins with the Persian Empire of "Iran" as a base of operations for achieving the ultimate goal of Arab hegemony (supremacy) through a line of attack of Assault Upon the World, particularly The War against the West, and the antagonizes are the tyrant Arab religious leaders. He aims to help the people of the free world to understand the threat posed by the Arabs, the Arab Islam, and its future ambitious for the world.   

These publications provide the opportunity to disprove some of the imaginary fiction presented mainly by Iran's Arab Shiite clergy who set themselves up as the supreme leaders of the Islamic world, aiming to make the past come alive with an eye firmly set on present-day concern. The book's rigorous tone and its pragmatic style likely to strike a chord with many Shiite ayatollahs that have benefited from a countless inconsistent and nonsensical accounts they present as facts. The need for fast and accurate information in today's turbulent world is vital.

 
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