The Rise of Darkness
will be the off-springs of the above Munaafiq
The British Spy To The Middle East is the title of a document that was published in series (episodes) in the German paper Spiegel and later on in a prominent French paper.
“From time to time a young man would call at our carpenter's shop.
His attirement was that of a student doing scientific research, and he understood Arabic, Persian, and Turkish. His name was Mu-hammed bin Abd-ul-wahhaab Najdee.”
Hafiz Ibn Kathir writes:"When the kuffar of Makka had a meeting concerning the Prophet (may Allah bless him and give him peace), an old man came claiming: "I am a Najdi - whatever you want to know, I will be helpful." This Najdi Shaykh then gave his view against the Prophet throughout the meeting"
[Ta'rikh Ibn Kathir, Volume 4]
2. "Imam" Mu-hammed ibn Saud (d. 1765) is considered the first head of the House of Saud, which is technically named for his father, Saud ibn Muhammed ibn Muqrin.
"In 1217 H(1802 C.E.) they [the Wahhabis] marched with big armies to the area of at-Tayf. In Dhu-l-Qa‘dah of the same year, they lay siege to the area the Muslims were, subdued them, and killed the people: men, women, and children. They also looted the Muslims belongings and possessions. Only a few people escaped their barbarism."
The initial power base was the town of
and in that place shall rise the devil’s horn "
“With his arguments the Wahabis had no sympathy. For them all good Moslems were Wahabis. The rest were mushrekin, worse than heretics. They, the Wahabis, were the only true Moslems and the only true Arabs. The only sanctions they needed were their own consciences.”["Lord of
‘do not kill women and children’ etc.
(Radhiya Allāhu ‘Anhu)narrates from the
This verdict was extended from the single person to the whole sect of those who propagate his kufriyyat by Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Sulayman Effendi, who declared them not only deviant in fiqh and kalam, but apostates in Din, by saying:
La Ilaha Illa Allahu Muhammadu Rasoolullah".
The document, expose the deep commitment of first Saudi King to the United Kingdom and his assurance to British authorities to give Palestine to the Jews.
The controversial document, written as a notice to then British delegate Major General Sir Percy Zachariah Cox, is yet another proof of Saudi royal family's hostile approach to the Palestinian nation.
"I am the Sultan Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud al-Faisal and I conceded and acknowledged a thousand times to Sir Percy Cox, delegate of Great Britain, that I have no objection to giving Palestine to the poor Jews or even to non-Jews, and I will never ever violate their [the UK] orders,"
The note also expose the extent of Saudi royals' fidelity to the UK government.
Britain used to attaché great importance to Saudi Arabia in 1930s, as it was located along the shortest seaway to India and Australia throughout the Red Sea and shortest air route to the east. Saudi Arabia was also close to the main British motor route and oil pipeline between Iraq and Palestine through Transjordan.
The ruling of Al Saud family also added to the importance of Saudi Arabia for Britain, as the UK believed ibn-e Saud kings could greatly influence the Arab countries.