Iran seeks volunteers to participate in suicide bombings against Saudi interests around the world

From Pajamas Media:

The Iranian leaders, furious over the Saudi intervention in Bahrain and what they call crimes against the Shiites of that country, have openly created centers to recruit volunteers for suicide bombings against Saudi Arabia’s interests worldwide:

Several grand ayatollahs in Iran have issued a fatwa for Muslims to come to the aid of their Shiite brothers in Bahrain, who they claim are suffering horrific crimes from their government in collaboration with the Saudi armed forces. They further emphasized that the people of Bahrain have every right to demand freedom and their fair share from the state.

Shia-News, a site associated with Ayatollah Mesbah Yazdi (a hard-line Shiite Twelver and an influential figure in the suppression of Iranians during their uprising to protest the fraudulent presidential election of 2009), is registering volunteers to participate in suicide bombings against Saudi interests around the world. Hundreds have already registered. Reports from inside Iran indicate that an alert has gone out to the Revolutionary Guards Quds forces throughout the world to prepare for attacks on Saudi establishments.

The translated text of the Shia-News article:

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8 Replies to “Iran seeks volunteers to participate in suicide bombings against Saudi interests around the world”

  1. As the Caliphate reforms the violence between the Islamic sects will increase, this doesn’t mean that we will be hit less, just that they will be killing each other as well as us. Throughout the Crusades the Sunni and the Shi fought each other.

  2. Nothing would be more beneficial. Things are looking up when the desert brown men go at each other. People forget the iranians are desert people too. They live in a land of 90 percent desert.

  3. The feud between Shia and Sunni Islam has been part of the death cult since the days of the first caliphate.

    The fact that there has been no Reformation like the one European Christianity had centuries ago in the west is due to many factors, not the least of which is that both Shiite and Sunni Islam share the same aim for world conquest which unites them in the ummah.

    Over the centuries, the populations of both major sects of Islam have until recently been impoverished, ill-educated and unable to wage a concerted war with each other. When they did, it was localized to tribal wars, not international wars.

    Since the elimination of Saddam Hussein, these two groups have been escalating their war of words into a war of guns, bombs and other weapons in Iraq.

    It was only by the force of Saddam’s Ba’ath party and military that kept them apart for so long. Once he was gone, Iraq became the first battle ground in Islam’s renewed war with itself.

    But, as I said, the aims of Riyadh/Mecca and Tehran have been the same practically since day one: world conquest.

    Lets hope that they wipe each other out without taking out too many non-combatants in the process. The world needs less Islam and more true peace.

  4. Here’s a thought: What if the Iranian threats are a smokescreen (think taqiyya on a large scale) and they send suicide missions to non-Saudi interests instead?

    “Oops, my bad, I ordered my men to attack ‘X’ not ‘Y’.”

    If the Shiite and Sunni aims are the same, this would make sense.

  5. RR West you mention the feud between the branches of islam since its inception. Along with the ongoing war with the kuffar this is one thing has reignited of late and it does seem to have in point of fact to have stemmed from Saddam. Let me explain. It was he who started the iran/iraq war. True he kept his own shiites quiet but then Bush opened that breach up too. Now it appears it that the breach is coming to the fore once again now that Bush and Saddam have gone. This time it is the Saudi vs Iran thing because of the suppression of the shiites in Bahrain by the Sunni rulers. I think these people are not of the same mind set as Bush and Saddam who would go at it when it came to war. These people the saudis and Iranians are the money men behind terrorism and do not really like to get their hands dirty. So for now my feeling is that the evolution of this sunni vs shia conflict has once again ignited due to the protests but will now subside into the usual boasting from the iranians and the lieing deceitfulness of the saudis who play everyone for their own benefit.

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