By Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack
The Obama Administration has been seeking to dialogue with The Islamic Front which comprises six major Islamist rebel groups. And in doing this, they have been covering up for Muslim terrorists.
Secret documents which have been circulating the Middle East media for some time, reveal that Saudi Arabia, instead of executing its criminals who were sentenced to death by beheading, are releasing them instead into circulation to carry out Jihad in Syria in what it now calls the Islamic Front.
The Islamic Front is a newly concocted name for Jihadi terrorists who are under Saudi control. This is all done in order to make them palatable as a partner in the Geneva Conference and is why the Obama Administration is courting this group to continue the war with the Shiite regime in Syria. Never mind that Saudi Arabia through these thugs can drink the blood of the saints by beheading and raping Christians in Syria. In one document, the Saudis sent more than one thousand hardened criminals mostly rapists and drug dealers.
The idea of changing names has been an old trick, whether Al-Qaeda or others, the name game is on and the U.S. knows it. An article from the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) explains the game:
A spokesman for the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry on Wednesday expressed the Ministry’s wonder at the recent statements made by US officials on the US’s intention to hold talks with the so-called Islamic Front terrorist group to discuss alleged “non-lethal” assistance to the group and encourage it to engage in Geneva 2 conference as to achieve broad representation of the “Syrian opposition,” as the statements claimed. The Foreign Ministry’s spokesman said in a statement that this “denounced” stance, expressed in statements made by the US Secretary of State and US State Department spokesperson, “shows the US’s failure to form a delegation of the various spectra of the opposition to attend Geneva conference.”
Another top secret Saudi document,also penned in 2012 should give us a broader understanding of the nature of Saudi involvement.
Here is a photo of the Islamic Front in Syria, appealing for more assistance:
It is from the Interior Ministry of Saudi Arabia and contains instructions to…
“…review the requests of Lt. Khalid Abdulaziz Al-Matiri, who works inside the Syrian territory and supervises the group engaging the armed Syrian forces. The attached reports request more shipments of financial aid and weapons, informing you of the near execution of the grand operation…”
Abdullah bin Ali Al-Radwan
Director of Operations
In layman’s parlance, this demonstrates clear collaboration and conspiracy between the Islamic front and the Saudi government to fund, supply, and provide material support to terrorists.
It is no surprise then that Saudi Arabia in the past also released deadly chemical weapons into that country as well. After the August 20, 2013 attack, significant evidence and reporting indicated that the rebels may have been involved in that attack. There was even photographic evidence, videos, and a story penned by an AP writer – Dale Gavlak – that showed bags of chemicals with Saudi Arabian labels on them, in Syria:
Yet, the narrative from the administration and lawmakers was that Assad’s forces had carried out the attack.
The Obama Administration continues to contradict itself. First, when it comes to Saudi Arabia, even then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton acknowledged in 2010 – courtesy of Wikileaks, via CBS News – that the exportation of terrorism is a known problem relative to the Saudis:
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged U.S. diplomats to do more to stop the flow of money to Islamist militant groups from donors in Saudi Arabia.
The Saudi government, Clinton wrote, was reluctant to cut off money being sent to the Taliban in Afghanistan and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) in Pakistan.
“While the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) takes seriously the threat of terrorism within Saudi Arabia, it has been an ongoing challenge to persuade Saudi officials to treat terrorist financing emanating from Saudi Arabia as a strategic priority,” the memo states.
If the U.S. State Department under Clinton was concerned about Saudi Arabia’s support for terrorism, why then is there so much interest to court with the Saudi Islamic Front?