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03-03-2016, 12:01 PM
إبراهيم عبد العزيز عثمان
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Re: Saudi Arabia: A lonely Tweeter.... (Re: إبراهيم عبد العزيز عثمان)

    Taking into consideration, the horrible assassination attempt on Dr. Al Qarni, a leading Saudi clergy man associated with the ruling family; the Saudi politics reached the bottle-neck squeezed path. It is time or never to adopt a new strategic policy that differentiates between friends and conspirators. Giving generous aid donations to those countries which openly chose stands with the rivals of Islam or the Arab unity, had backfired in many situations. It is time for the Saudi money to come to rescue the Muslim countries that are under pressure to have an economy that would sustain the basic needs of its citizens. The aid should be directly presented in order to help the inhabitants of these countries rather than being used by the regimes to consolidate their power grip. There are so many genius ways to do so. The addition of Yemen to the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council), is a move that had come very late but at least it is in the right direction.The Shiite rulers of Iran is definitely behind the plot! While, looking into the logistics of the plot and the reluctant attempt of the Philippines government to uncover the magnitude of the crime, might all point to a wider network connection of many profound intelligence giants in the game. In recent years, the cooperation of the Iranian intelligence with the Israelis, the Russians, and the Americans had been going openly for a quite period of time. The time had come for the Saudis to take some bold attempts or risk popular uprising within the uncomfortable situation in the Kingdom. Some of the ideas, I would personally suggest are:1-Changing the structure of the governing body including abolishing the role of the king into any other form of civilian rule while picking a name that appeals to all Muslims in the world. I would also suggest changing the name of the country. Kingdoms were never a part of any genuine Islamic form of rule during history, neither, it was approved by renowned Muslim scholars . Any other name that points to the Arabian Peninsula or something that would adhere to the Muslim people of the region should be adopted. unfortunately, the status-quot refers to the British domination and their hegemony over the all the Islamic World.2-Paying close attention to the demographic components of the GCC countries and taking immediate steps to rectify the situation before it gets very late ( actually in some GCC countries it is late now!!!). The ongoing approach to forbid immigration to the Sunnis of other poor countries while opening secretly the immigration doors to Shiites and others, should be urgently dealt with. Historically, the tide of the immigration of the Arabian Peninsula people had went towards North Africa and its manifestations are crystal clear to any open-minded individual. So why now people didn't appreciate the role of those countries that received and welcomed their grandfathers long time ago!!3-Adopting a very clear policy to safeguard the Muslim countries and people in a very true coalition of the countries that are openly adopt a very clear Islamic thought of existence. Unfortunately, the component of the Muslim Nations and of the Arab League contain more traitors and enemies of Islam and Arab Unity to the extent that the common citizen of these countries pays no a single shred of hope into such organizations. This submission and collaborations of our rulers was the main basic cause of the emergence of many terrorist organization, whether true or fabricated. It is time to involve the Muslim masses into genuine form of government! At least the Muslim individual should feel he/she has a say in what is going on! The dirty politics of absolute form of governments whether monarchy or military rule should be abandoned! These are the only appetizers for a healthy well-being start while the chance is there for those who would like to adopt a real change....Other than that the worst is yet to come!!

    (Edited by إبراهيم عبد العزيز عثمان on 04-10-2016, 08:29 AM)

                  

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