Hamas in the clothes of the Houthis! – Saudi News

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If some think that the Saudi anger against Hamas is due to a wooden shield that is not worth twenty riyals – perhaps it is from a donation by a Saudi student – then he is completely wrong. Houthi anti-Riyadh.Perhaps many do not know that the establishment of the Hamas movement began when Palestinian leaders, led by Dr. Khairy Al-Agha, called for the establishment of a movement that differs from the Fatah movement in its ideological orientations, and meets the Brotherhood’s drive towards building a political and military system in the occupied territories.

Saudi Arabia was the most prominent station in the history of the Palestinian struggle. Financial support, popular donation campaigns, and religious and political cover put the Palestinian cause at the fore, and all its sins against Saudi Arabia are overlooked.

He always looked at her with great sympathy, and the unauthorized political and financial activities carried out by Hamas members in Saudi Arabia were ignored, and the Hajj and Umrah seasons turned into conferences for Hamas leaders in which they meet with cadres and allies.

But the most dangerous thing in the path of Hamas, something that was not previously known, is that the Islamic organizations in Gaza were able, since the early eighties, to conclude a deal with the Israeli intelligence, which was tired of managing the Strip. The agreement stipulated the gradual replacement of Hamas in the place of Fatah, and the exit from the most miserable and miserable sector in the world.

Hamas built its institutions and political and military system based on the generous donation coming from the Gulf, mostly from the Saudis. It received billions of dollars in donations. When its military structure was completed, Hamas turned bloody in 2007 against the Palestinian Authority and seized power in the Strip. The coup resulted in trampling, trampling, and killing thousands of people. Fatahists and members of the government and security, and Hamas imposed its absolute authority.

Although King Abdullah gathered Hamas and the Palestinian Authority in Mecca, and invited them to hold reconciliation to serve their cause, Hamas hid treasonous intentions to get financial support first, and when he arrived, it turned against everyone and broke the covenant and promise.

Hamas’ relationship with the Saudis was greatly affected by Hamas’ involvement in anti-Riyadh projects. Hamas did not understand that the Saudis do not accept liars and deceivers, and that the agreement under the cover of the Kaaba, which Hamas broke for narrow interests and in response to the pressures of its “very young” allies, was a grave mistake in the right of the Saudi leadership, which committed itself to reform between the Palestinian rivals.

It was inevitable for Hamas to preserve Saudi Arabia’s favors, or at least to remain neutral in any anti-kingdom project, which allowed it to live and financially provide one of the most generous peoples.

In 2009, when the first Houthi attack on Saudi soil on behalf of Tehran began, the position of the Hamas leadership was ambiguous and unclear, which was finally exposed in the actions and comments of the Hamas.

In 2011, Hamas joined the anti-revolutionary project of the stable states in the Arab world (Egypt and Saudi Arabia). It left its main cause in the struggle for the liberation of its lands – as it claims – and turned into a subcontractor, to engage in the Egyptian protests in a crude way, sending its fighters to support the Brotherhood And it caused sniping and killing operations for the benefit of the mother group inside the Egyptian squares. It also contributed to the bombing of prisons and the expulsion of the group’s hawks and terrorist cadres.

After that, it turned into a rear base for ISIS, Al-Qaeda and the Brotherhood, which launched bloody military operations against the Egyptian army and security in Sinai. Explosives and fighters were coming out of Gaza through the tunnels to kill dozens of Egyptian army soldiers.

Hamas, by honoring the leader of the Houthi gang during the past week, was not an unilateral act carried out by its representative in Sanaa. Rather, it is a Hamas policy that clearly declares full alignment with the Iranian anti-Saudi project, which was launched by Tehran starting in 1980, and developed into an open war in 2005 following the assassination of Rafik Hariri In Lebanon, and the emergence of the so-called opposition alliance, which included (Iran, Syria, Hezbollah, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, the Muslim Brotherhood with its local and international organizations) before Syria exited from this axis due to the repercussions of the 2011 protests and the subsequent repositioning on the Syrian map of some of its allies ex.

Perhaps the most dangerous thing that the Palestinians do is that they are the best enemies of their cause, especially when they engage in Arab issues and disputes. During the recent crisis, Hamas stood against Saudi Arabia, and during the Syrian protests it split into two groups. One is fighting against the regime and the other is affiliated with the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, which is responsible for killing hundreds of thousands of innocent Syrians.

The issue of Hamas, Fatah and the rest of the Palestinian organizations is not in Riyadh, Al-Khobar, Abqaiq and Khamis Mushait, which pours down Palestinian blessings on the Houthis when they are targeted, but rather in liberating their homeland – if they are honest – and building Gaza and Ramallah is better than looking for Saudi riyals.

Hamas believes that it is the spoiled son in the region, or that it should be. It does what it likes under the clothes of militants, stealing money, laundering it, passing it through capitals, building commercial establishments and residential towers in Arab cities, and hiding under local names, while at the same time betraying the countries that stood by it and on Its head is Saudi Arabia, trying to cross the edge of the sword, and it has no objection to carrying out political and security crimes against the Saudis while maintaining popular pressure that prevents Riyadh from responding, but Riyadh surprised Hamas and lifted the veil on it.

And if Hamas believes that it has taboos that are not carried out without its consent, then the Saudi taboos are: alliance with Tehran, Hezbollah, and the Houthis, and joining any axis hostile to the kingdom. Our red lines are more important than your lines, and our lives are no less important than your lives, but we are more important.







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