Al-Saud Mafia-House: Termination of Pharaoh Nayef Oppressed People’s Cursed Tyrant

Al-Saud Mafia-House: Termination of Pharaoh Nayef Oppressed People’s Cursed Tyrant

Riyadh : Saudi Arabia | Jun 17, 2012 at 3:37 AM PDT
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Obituary: Sultan bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud

Pharaoh Salman bin Abdel Aziz, Saudi Defense Minister Condemned by a French Court

Al-Saud Mafia-House: Termination of Pharaoh Nayef Oppressed People’s Cursed Tyrant

Pharaoh Salman bin Abdel Aziz,

Indeed I want you to obtain [thereby] my sin and your sin so you will be among the companions of the Fire. And that is the recompense of wrongdoers." The Holy Qur’an: Al Maidah – 28 And never Will God grant To the Unbelievers A way (to Triumph) Over the Believers.The Holy Qur’an: Al Nisaa - 141

Ailing Saudi King Pharaoh Abdullah bin Abdel Aziz (2L) wears a surgical mask as he prays alongside family members (Pharaoh Nayef and Pharaoh Salman) during the funeral of his brother, the late Saudi Crown Prince Pharaoh Sultan bin Abdel Aziz, on 25 October 2011 in Riyadh. (Photo: AFP - Fayez Nureldine)

In reality, all my articles are primarily an expression of deep anger and an open, direct prayer and appeal to the supernatural power of the Almighty God to place under a permanent harm-curse, bring or cause destruction to and punish Gulf Pharaohs - especially Saud - and avenge us “Oppressed” Muslim people. I am sure that I am not the only Muslim acting as such.

I must confess that in my mind I keep burning different crude dummy effigies representing these cursed, censured, condemned, denounced, denunciated, put down, damned, manner less, lacking tact or taste, uncultured and crude undisguised Anti-Muslim dictators, tyrants and blaspheming Gulf Pharaohs.

Corrupt politicians, kings or dictators impose on people, their self-concocted theories and try to relate it to religion to usurp power, plunder wealth, create fear psycho among people and take advantage of people’s vulnerabilities.

Some people say that “Mutawwas” (Saudi Religious Police) are nothing gut Saudi Government paid informers, well connected with General Intelligence Directorate (Saudi Secret Service), assigned to keep an eye on individual members of public and help Saudi Royals to remain in power. Mutawwaswork under the network of Saudi government run Salafi Dawa Centers whose main responsibility is to baptize people into Salafism, a political doctrine imposed on people in the name of Islam.

Here is one typical example: BBC Obituary – Pharaoh King Fahd bin Abdel Aziz: “Monday, August 1, 2005 – King Fahd (1921-2005) ascended to Saudi Throne in 1982. He had a reputation as a playboy in his youth, qith allegations of excessive womanizing, drinking and gambling. Indeed, it is claimed that he once lost more than 6 million US Dollars in one night at the Monte Carlo casino. There was a joke that new Cadillac’s were dumped as soon as their ashtrays were full. King Fahd amassed a personal fortune estimated at 18 billion US Dollars.”

King Abdullah bin Abdel Aziz sipping wine with President Geroge Bush. One thing is sure, in this video he is shown toasting wine glass with George Bush and others

Watch another video wherePharaoh Abdullah is dancing with boys and girls!!

A Saudi Arabian princess who had an illegitimate child with a British man has been granted asylum in the UK, the Independent newspaper has reported.

“Monday, 29 August, 2011 – The Telegraph reported Patrick Ribbsaeter, 30, repeatedly stabbed Sarkis Tokatlian – who is known as Steve – in the face with a broken glass after Princess Sara Al-Amoudi caught him with two other women in her central London flat.”

A few articles of mine: 1. Why I became A Saudi Dissident 2. Where is your Father’s Whip?” 3. House of Saud: Colonizing the Arab Gulf Countries 4. Al-Saud Mafia-House: Saudi Arabia’s Explosion & the Gulf’s Implosion 5. Saudi-Qatari-Bahraini Bloody “Gulfocaust” (Holocaust) Museum 6. Gulf Pharaohs’ US and “israeli” Dedicated Sex, Drugs and Terrorism Allies

Also, inside information is available ;

We all know that you envied the two deceased “Pharaoh crown princes” because you esteem that you are more qualified. Well, it seems that it’s your turn; your appointment as Defense Minister is seen as an important move, because it means that he you are the next heir in line after Pharaoh Nayef, and it enables you to experience a powerful governmental post before this future appointment as Pharaoh crown prince; but just like both of them, you are also very sick and cursed; In August 2010, you underwent spine surgery in the United States and remained out of the kingdom for recovery; you had one very serious stroke and despite physiotherapy, your left arm does not work as well as your right.

The year 2012 seems that such a curse is consuming Al-Saud Mafia-House Pharaohs one by one; any proclaimed “Pharaoh crown prince” seems to be on this cursed list: Pharaoh Sultan bin Abdel Aziz followed by Pharaoh Nayef bin Abdel Aziz; both enjoyed being “Pharaoh crown princes” but did not make it to be crowned “King”. Pharaoh Sultan had been suffering from colon cancer, was the kingdom's deputy prime minister and the minister of defense and aviation. He underwent surgery in New York in February 2009 for an undisclosed illness and spent nearly a year abroad recuperating in the United States and at a palace in Agadir, Morocco.

Pharaoh Nayef bin Abdel Aziz was the most powerful conservative Pharaoh force in Saudi Arabia, running the interior ministry, the internal security forces and the religious police. He was opposed to women voting or driving. It was believed that Pharaoh Nayef was suffering from diabetes, a bone disease as well as cancer.

The death of the Saudi Crown Prince Pharaoh Sultan bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, then crown prince Pharaoh Nayef bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud has dealt a strategic blow to the aging kingdom which is adamantly resistant to any form of social and political reform in the country.

Ironically, the country whose very name suggests the possessive nature of the Saud family has been converted from Hejaz to Saudi Arabia by the same family who now cling to power like mad. A great number of the Wahhabis belong to the al-Sudairi clan, a powerful clan which is currently at loggerheads with the al-Shammar. The al-Sudairi clan has been the most important clan of the Al Faisal branch of the Al Saud family since Fahd’s ascent to the throne in 1982.

Now ruled by an 86-year-old king Abdullah, Saudi Arabia seems to be politically volatile in the wake of the death of the country’s crown princes. The king’s deteriorating condition and his impotence to make any effective decisions in running the country may plunge the country into uncertainty and possible tribal war over the power void created by the death of the crown princes. In this tribal nation where most of the important positions are doled out among those closest to the Saud family, any power vacuum can incur disastrous corollaries, inter alia, tribal war and political upheaval and even the disintegration of the country between the two powerful tribes.

The now shaky situation in Saudi Arabia is yet again exacerbated in view of the Arab uprisings which have swept across the Middle East and the North African countries. Sure enough, with much of the Arab world in turmoil demanding the ouster of their autocratic rulers as well as structural and political reforms, it would be naive to envisage a quiet transition in Saudi Arabia, a country which has long been ruled over by aged rulers but that which needs fresh blood to flow in the veins stiffened by age.

Pharaoh Salman bin Abdel Aziz,

I want to remind you that, sooner or later, you – as all us mortals – will stand before God. Are you ready to face Him?

Dr. Walid Amin Ruwayha

Your Saudi “Dissident” Paris Neighbor

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Prince Nayef bin Abdul-Aziz al Saud, pictured in 2008
Prince Nayef bin Abdul-Aziz al Saud, pictured in 2008
Walidaminruwayha is based in Paris, Île-de-France, France, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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