Is Saudi Responsible for ISIS?

Saudi ISIS

I choose Professor Bernard Haykel’s analysis. The others are biased because they are Wahhabists.
Wahhabism teach their followers that they are the right ones while others are false. This give them motives to justify the hate and the killing to other Muslims or infidels.

If Saudi put many radicals in jail, that’s not a proof that Saudi is not connected to the terrorism of Al Qaeda, ISIS, Boko Haram, etc. Saudi Arabia spend US$ 115 billion to spread Wahhabism via Mosques, Islamic Centers, and Islamic Schools funded by the Saudi. They spread hatred especially now to Shia.

15 of 19 terrorists that attack WTC 911 are Saudi Arabia citizens. Osama bin Laden are from Bin Laden family in Saudi Arabia. A very rich tycoons.

It’s the Wahhabism that teach hatred and violence that cause the terrorism. And Saudi Arabia is spreading that sect. If Saudi Arabia, Al Qaeda, and ISIS are fighting each other now, that’s the nature of Wahhabi because they have zero tolerance for any differences. For example, the Saudi Arabia Kingdom vs Ikhwan revolt in 1927.

The feeling of being right and the others are wrong give them a religious cause to fight the people they regarded as false / infidels.

Is Saudi Arabia to blame for Islamic State?
Professor Bernard Haykel: IS theology directly linked to Wahhabism
Professor Bernard Haykel is director of the Institute for Transregional Study of the Contemporary Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia at Princeton University.
“The Islamic State’s religious genealogy comes from ‘Jihadi Salafism’, a theological current that is very old in Islam that is quite literalist.
“[Followers are] extremely rigorous, and condemn other Muslims who don’t share their theology. That gives them the hard edge when it comes to violence, because they can justify it theologically.
“Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab is in that Salafist tradition. He was a religious reformer in Arabia who was able to create a religious movement that ended up creating a state.
“He saw that Muslims had deviated from the ‘true’ message of Islam; not praying properly or at all, or engaging in practices that he felt were violations of the faith.
“A lot of scholars of the period started writing treatises against his ideas. They felt that he was not sufficiently educated to teach.
“Eventually he was able to connect with the leader of the al-Saud family in 1744. That alliance had very strong and lasting effects.
IS has destroyed numerous cultural artefacts and monuments of historic significance across Iraq and Syria.
“He believed there is a pure version of the faith, and that if one goes back to it, one is guaranteed salvation in the hereafter, but also in life God will give you all the things he promised.
“The first Saudi State, based on this Wahhabi faith, seemed to confirm his message because of the political and military success it had throughout the 18th Century and 19th Century where it conquered most of Arabia.
“Once a town was conquered he would appoint teachers to educate people in his version of the faith. He wrote a number of short books that were the basis for the teaching, books that are used by ISIS today.
“ISIS claims that the Saudi state has deviated from the true beliefs of Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab, and that they are the true representatives of the Salafi or Wahhabi message.”

ISIS, Al Qaeda, Taliban, Boko Haram, Osama bin Laden, Saudi Arabia, and Most Suicidal Bombers = Wahhabi

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