By Walid Shoebat
When one Sunni ISIS suicide bomber blew himself up during in a Shiite mosque in the village of Al-Qadeeh in eastern Saudi Arabia, killing 21 and wounding 100 others, he knew that this dastardly act will spark trouble for Saudi Arabia which already has a Sunni-Shiite sectarian divide in Saudi society.
Massive demonstrations sparked, even carrying flags of Iran’s allied Hezbollah terrorist organization calling upon Hassan Nasrallah to rescue them from Saudi Arabia’s grip.
In one banner, it says “This is the Republic of Al-Hasa And Qatif And Is Not The Wahhabist Kingdom Of Al Saud”.
Al-Ahsa, along with Qatif, was incorporated into the Wahhabist First Saudi State in 1795, but returned to Ottoman control in 1818 with an invasion ordered by Muhammad Ali of Egypt. The Banu Khalid were again installed as rulers of the region but, in 1830, the Second Saudi State re-took the region.
Direct Ottoman rule was restored in 1871, and Al-Ahsa was placed first under Baghdad Vilayet and with Baghdad’s subdivision Basra Vilayet in 1875. In 1913, Ibn Saud, the founder of modern Saudi Arabia, annexed Al-Ahsa and Qatif into his domain of Najd.
The Uqair Protocol of 1922, in which Britain recognized Ibn Saud’s sovereignty over territories claimed by the emir of Kuwait. Iran’s revival of its Persian Empire, even Turkey’s Neo-Ottoman revival will sooner or later spark more turmoil over this part of Saudi Arabia.
All this can be sparked by one single explosion. In a dense Shiite population one spark can act as a hydrogen explosion causing the Hindenburg disaster.
The Middle East is a Hindenburg disaster in the wait and Obama is its spark. Never before have we seen the region in a state where it could spark at any moment. To summarize how things can change on a dime, this video shows the incident and then the massive demonstrations by Shiites in Saudi Arabia:
Saudi Arabian government denies any link to the attack. This is most likely true, since ISIS started the mess in the first place in order to spark sectarian divide. But if eating the fruit of knowledge of good and evil is causing every sin we see from Adam till now, Saudi Arabia’s Muhammad caused most of the hell we see today, including these massive demonstrations.
The cause of all this is simple: denying The Trinity.
Denying The Trinity created so much havoc that it takes libraries to discuss the millions upon millions dead, just because one man decided to talk to a spirit in a cave, in some desert in Arabia.
All this was summed up by John in one verse “He is Antichrist who denies Father and Son” (1 John 2:22).
Never say that one verse is unessential. In the Bible every word is “essential”.