Its warmongering in Syria is portraying the kingdom in public opinion as the regional mastermind of violence and instability, vindicating American accusations, fueled by Israeli incitement, in the aftermath of the terror attacks in US on September 11, 2001 that the Saudi sectarian ideology is an incubator nurturing violence and terror, despite the kingdom's long war against its own Islamist terrorists.
ideology is creating a sectarian clash across the Middle East between two
theocracies, the "Shiite" theocracy of
Within this context it is noteworthy that Saudi Arabia, the godfather of the "Arab peace initiative," postures as a peace maker against the Israeli occupying power, but insists on military solution in Syria whose Golan Heights is occupied by Israel since 1967.
Saudi -- Israeli crossroads seem to meet as the only regional relief for the
kingdom. This approach of "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" is creating a
fait accompli of a Saudi-Israeli marriage of convenience against