Opposition to terrorism and at the same time friendship with its supporters
These days we are faced with a new chaos in the world, called the Islamic State or ISIS. It claims to be the wealthiest terrorist group in the world and there are many hunches about how it is financed. The strongest hunch about these terrorists, who easily decapitate many innocent people, is that the Arab states of the Persian Gulf, in particular, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, finance them. The Conservative government has sent Canadian fighters to bombard the positions of this group, as have done the same countries which are said to be financing the group, but it is just a political show. In a report published on November 2, it was disclosed that the diplomats of ISIS are in Doha. Neither are those Sunni Arab countries willing to control ISIS, nor is the Harper administration really opposed to it. For more information, see here and here.
Let’s forget about the many Arab states supporting ISIS, and talk only about Saudi Arabia, the land to which the terrorists are mostly linked. There is rarely a terrorist with radically religious beliefs who has nothing to do with this country. We need only have a look at the list of people who were allegedly involved in the 9/11 incident. According to formal reports, most of them were the subjects of Saudi Arabia. This country does not have a good background in respecting human rights; indeed, women there still do not enjoy even the most basic human rights. It does not have a constitution and is still run like a primitive tribe. ادامه ی نوشته