Saudi Arabia and the US agenda to destabilize the Middle East.
The Lebanese academic, Jamal Wakim, who is a professor at the Lebanese International University in the capital Beirut, said in a new interview that the totalitarian dictatorship in Saudi Arabia aims to destabilize the entire Middle East in order to fulfil the interests as well as the agenda of the U.S. administration in Washington.
The Lebanese professor Jamal Wakim further said in this interview that it is clear that Saudi Arabia aims to destabilize several Arab nations in order to carry out the dirty work for the United States, so that Washington is able to implement its dangerous agenda for the Middle East.
The Lebanese academic also stated in a response to a question about the interests and activities of the Saudi regime that it is Saudi Arabia’s ultimate goal in the Middle East to destabilize the whole region and especially Syria, Lebanon, Egypt and Iraq, in order to “redraw the whole geopolitical map.” The attempts by the totalitarian regime in Saudi Arabia to destabilize many Arab nations happen because the Saudi regime is a lackey of the regime in Tel Aviv and the United States.
In addition, that the Israeli regime still occupies a small island of Saudi Arabia with the permission of the totalitarian regime could confirm these allegations against the House of Saud, which is already known to be a huge supporter of terrorism. Further, the plan for a new Middle East by Washington is no unknown information, but already known since several years.
The imperialist’s agenda aims to redraw the Middle East again. Sadly, the known strategy of Lawrence of Arabia is still working in several Arab nations, although they should have learnt from history. Also the implementation of the so-called “Salvador option” works in several Arab nations. However, the implementation of this gruesome option has at least failed in Syria.
The professor at the Lebanese International University in Beirut further said in the interview with Press TV that the recent deadly bombing in the Lebanese capital of Beirut (in a southern suburb of the capital in Lebanon) comes as the “result of the regional instability” and “mainly due to the incidents of Syria” and the “accusations against Hezbollah”, the Lebanese resistance movement.
According to Wakim, the deadly bombing in the southern suburb of the capital in Lebanon was aimed against a known bastion of Hezbollah because the place of the bombing is known to be a bastion of the Lebanese resistance movement.
The professor also said that the “the vindictive speeches by some clerics and some political parties against Hezbollah” are a reason for some Takfiris to have carried out the deadly bombing in a bastion of Hezbollah in the capital of Lebanon, Beirut.
However, the Secretary General of Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, already said that Hezbollah continues its support for the Syrian government in Damascus and he also declared an “open war” against the dangerous Takfiri groups in Lebanon and Syria in his recent speech.
The deadly bombing in Beirut caused the death of 20 people, while about 200 Lebanese people were injured due to the gruesome explosion in the Zahiyeh suburb, located between the Bir el-Abed and Rweiss neighbourhoods in the south of Beirut. The deadly bombing happened on Thursday. The Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah in person of its Secretary General, Hassan Nasrallah, has blamed the Takfiri groups for the deadly bombing in the Lebanese capital and he assured that Hezbollah’s support for Syria and the Syrian government is continued and will even be increased soon.
The Lebanese professor emphasized in his recent interview with Press TV that the incidents in Lebanon, Egypt, Syria and Iraq cannot be separated from each other and noted that the terrorist group al-Qaeda is not working alone in the explosions and bombings taking place in these states of the Middle East. He indirectly implies the support of Saudi Arabia for al-Qaeda in the region and this would come as no surprise.
For the Lebanese Professor from the known University in Beirut,the most important ally of the U.S. administration in Washington beside the regime in Tel Aviv is clearly the totalitarian dictatorship in Saudi Arabia and this is clear after the last years. The Saudi regime, some say House of Saud, was most active in implementing the U.S. agenda in the Middle East.