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The imposition of artificial states in the middle east: the case of Saudi Arabia and Israel

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The imposition of artificial states in the middle east: the case of Saudi Arabia and Israel

By Alexander Azadgan
30 September 2016

The decrepit ideologies of Saudi Wahhabism and Israeli Zionism are immensely important, if not central, to the current Middle Eastern fiasco and the general malfeasant international climate. As expected, both of these corrosive ideologies are largely avoided in the Western mainstream media, since both of these artificially-created nations are considered Washington’s allies.

It is a fascinating, though a rather grim story, spanning World War I, the creation of the states of Israel, Jordan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Saudi Arabia (and all Gulf sheikdoms) and taking in Lawrence of Arabia, all the way to the fall of Libya’s Muammar Gadhafi in 2011, the imposed proxy war in Syria (which also began in 2011), and the rise of ISIS savages, among other geopolitical regressions. It’s a story of long-term manipulation, insidious indoctrination, and secret diabolically mythical works of literature.

These two ideologies – Wahhabism in Islam and Zionism in Judaism – may seem like unrelated entities on the surface. But they are not, as I will explore through the course of this article. Both of these malevolent doctrines could be seen as largely responsible for much of the misfortune in the Middle East today, a situation which by the way doesn’t just affect the Middle East, but as we’ve been witnessing since 9/11/2001 and at an accelerated rate since 2011, affecting the US, Europe, Eurasia, and quite probably the entire world!

These two religious/ political philosophies are responsible for decades of violence, war, suffering, and manipulation. They can be demonstrated to be the flip-sides of the same coin. They can both be traced back to the same approximate era – roughly 100 years ago, during the events of World War I.

What’s been the legacy of Zionism and Wahhabism in the world? And what is the truth about their origins? To begin with, here’s an abbreviated history of the origins of first Zionism and then Wahhabism for those of you who are unfamiliar.

The Balfour Declaration and the Origins of Zionism

“Zionism” is a complicated term to define in some ways, all the more so for the sheer amount of exaggeration and misinformation. There’s political Zionism, which aims to serve the interests of the state of Israel. There’s religious Zionism, which refers to Jewish [or Christian] interest in Israel in terms of fulfilling “Biblical prophecy” or “Divine Will”. These two schools of Zionism could in some instances be entirely separate. People can be political Zionists without being religious Zionists or vice-versa. An example of this would be right-wing American evangelical organizations who are in fact die-hard Zionists for the sake of fulfilling perceived Bible texts.

Zionism is just as Evangelical “Christian” as it is Jewish. But the point is that the aim of Zionism originally was the restoration of a “Jewish Homeland” in what was Palestine for 2000 years; a goal that was accomplished comprehensively in 1948 in the shadow of the Holocaust, although it had its roots as an international movement from the time of World War I. Ever since then, Zionism can be regarded as a political movement aimed at furthering the interests [nationally and internationally] of that artificially created nation and at ensuring the security and protection of this so-called State of Israel.

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