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Saudi Cleric Warns Saudi Government


U.S. media is reporting that Salman Al-Oadah, a Saudi cleric close to the Global Muslim Brotherhood, has issued a warning to Saudi Arabian government that violence will erupt unless certain changes are carried out. According to a CNN report:

CNN March 18, 2013 — Updated 0453 GMT) — One of Saudi Arabia’s most prominent and popular clerics has issued a stark warning to the Saudi government, saying it must take serious steps toward instituting reform, stamping out corruption and releasing political detainees ‘before violence is kindled.’ In an open letter published online over the weekend, Salman Al-Oadah described a rising tide of anger in the deeply conservative kingdom, writing that ‘negative feelings have been accumulating for a long time’ in Saudi Arabia. ‘When tempers are high,’ added Al-Oadah, ‘religious, political and cultural symbols lose their value. The mob in the street takes control.’ Al-Oadah, a conservative preacher who has more than 2 million followers on Twitter, was jailed from 1994 until 1999 as a result of his calls for political change and creation of an opposition group. His letter comes one week after two of Saudi Arabia’s leading human rights activists were given lengthy jail sentences and at a time when the number of dissenting voices there has been growing. Saudi Arabia, where protests are prohibited, never experienced the kind of unrest that took root in the region as a result of the Arab Spring. Yet small-scale demonstrations have become more and more frequent in the past several months. Protesters have repeatedly gathered to demand the release of jailed relatives they say have been held for years without having been charged, tried or given access to lawyers. Al-Oadah addresses the issue of political prisoners extensively in his letter, writing that, ‘no one should be left in detention except for those who have clear and legitimate evidence brought against them.’ Rights activists accuse Saudi Arabia’s Interior Ministry of having detained thousands of citizens in connection with the country’s counterterrorism efforts and say anger there is at an all-time high as a result. Last month, 161 protesters were arrested in Buraidah outside the city’s Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution. A police spokesman called the demonstration ‘an attempt to turn public opinion by taking advantage of those who have been accused and convicted of activities of the deviant groups.’ The term ‘deviant groups’ is the language typically used by the Saudi government when referring to terrorist groups. Just days earlier, dozens of women were arrested in the same city for staging a sit-in. Among their demands: the release of their relatives and the ouster of the country’s interior minister, Prince Mohammed bin Nayef. In one amateur video posted online, female protesters burned a picture of Prince Mohammed, a particularly brazen act in such an absolute monarchy — one that Al-Oadah addresses in his letter. ‘The recent burning of officials’ pictures is a symbolic act that should give us some pause to think,’ writes Al-Oadah, ‘What got it started? Where is this all going?’ All in all, Al-Oadah paints a bleak picture of the situation in Saudi Arabia, writing that ’causes of societal distress include: financial and administrative corruption, unemployment, inadequate housing, poverty, substandard health care and education, and dim prospects for political reform.’”

Salman Al-Audah (aka Salman al-Oadah, Salman Bin Fahd Al Ouda, Salman Al-`Udah, Salman Al Awda) was until recently known to be a sympathizer of Osama Bin Laden but, likely under pressure from the Saudi government, has moderated his public positions and has been a regular feature at Global Muslim Brotherhood events.

Posted on 21 Mar 13 by Global Muslim Brotherhood Dailey Report

[Editor’s Note: This does not necessarily entail the beliefs, thoughts, or theories of the local Act chapters or the National Act office…they are my beliefs, thoughts and/or theories. Thanks to my friend, Joel Richardson, he has looked and researched the possibility of Saudi Arabia being the Mystery Babylon that Revelation 17:5 that says, “And upon her forehead was the name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.” The Book of Revelation tells us that the “harlot” will be destroyed. Along with the harlot, there is a beast with seven heads and ten horns, that SUPPORTS her.

Now, quickly will try to pass this information on…the harlot is an apostate bunch of believers, the seven heads is a city on seven hills, and the ten horns are ten kingdoms (governments in today’s language/context) that have not been given their “crowns” at that time. Now, I am thinking (through a little research) the beast that SUPPORTS the harlot (or the apostate Christians of ALL denominations) could very well be the Muslim Brotherhood. And the MYSTERY BABYLON the Apostle John could be referring to Mecca, and not the Vatican as most Christians believe. There are a lot of scriptures used to “support” the Vatican theory, however, most theologians do not look at the fact that the Biblical anti-Christ is Islamic (which goes, once again, against their believes it’s the Pope). The Bible shows it is an Islamic anti-Christ, and he isn’t going to go to the Vatican, but he will go to Mecca…one of the holy places for Muslims, mandated to pilgrim to it, and on seven hills. Mystery Babylon has a great possibility of being Saudi Arabia, possibly being confirmed by this blog.

I say the supporting beast could be the Muslim Brotherhood because, with the anti-Christ being Islamic, and the entire goal of Islam is to take over the world, the Muslim Brotherhood come into view. Reason they’re in the spotlight is because they are currently trying to take over countries and make them full, hard core, Islamic, Shari’a countries. Let me name the ones that the Muslim Brotherhood has already conquered…Egypt and Palestine. Here are the ones they are trying to conquer currently…Libya, Yemen, Sudan, Jordan, Syria, Tunisia, Iraq and the United Arab Emirates. This makes ten countries…coincidence? You decide.

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