The Saudi Kingdom’s fear of Turkey - ÖMER LEKESIZ

The Saudi Kingdom’s fear of Turkey

When you want to buy sugar, coffee, meat, et cetera products from Brazil, you will come across American companies.

I enquired with a lawyer in Sao Paulo as to the reason behind this. He had said, “We even sold our soul to America in order to live: this is the reason.” I guess, being the member of an empire that was exposed to the invasion and colonization of the West, he had said this, confident I would understand him correctly.

In fact, tribe leaders whose souls were bought with the British promise of a nation-state were efficacious in the collapse of the Ottoman Empire; the existing nation-states in the Middle East had supposedly gained are due to the map drawn on a table in London.

In saying this, it should particularly be noted that the Arab people, who account for a vast segment of the ummah (Muslim community), are not included in the said situation.

Hence, with our current Peace Spring Operation against the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), its Syrian affiliate the Democratic Union Party (PYD) and its armed wing People’s Protection Units (YPG), and other terrorist elements, we are not fighting against our Kurdish brothers and sisters, but against those who have sold their souls to establish a nation-state. Therefore, when we say Arab kingdoms, we are talking about the families that have established a kingdom by oppressing Arab tribes.

The Saudis are the most typical example of this.

Those curious as to the promises the Saudis made, other than the promise to divide the Muslim ummah through Wahhabism, and to become the king of Arabia, need only look at the memories of those that have undertaken the role to stab the Islamic region, like T. E. Lawrence and Israel.

Based on this, this is the real reason behind the Saudi Kingdom’s fear of Turkey: that it is a family trying to survive by turning religion into a tool of oppression, in addition to being illegitimate.

In other words, the Saudi Kingdom was established upon the fall of the Ottoman Empire, but the collapse of the Ottomans does not mean the showdown is over. This is why, despite the American protection it bought, the Saudi Kingdom is disturbed.

It is illegitimate; it came into existence by stabbing the Ottoman Empire in the back by means of oppressing the tribes in Arabia. It has so far been able to stay afloat with a governing style based on oppression veiled by a theocratic state.

The Saudi Kingdom, whose nation-state mask fell and was clearly revealed that it is an American state under Israel’s control thanks to U.S. President Donald Trump, who we accuse – and will continue to accuse under every condition – due to its decisions and practices specific to the Middle East, continues to be the aggressor of its own religion as a result of the concessions it has had to make from its oppressive implementation of religion.

It has turned the Islamic scholars, which it leans on as basis in this sense, into the notary’s clerk of the Kingdom’s decisions, and has rendered itself subject to the relevant proposals and direction of Israel. Jewish capital activity, which has Mecca and Medina in its grips through international chain hotels, should be closely analyzed.

Thus, Turkey has no problem with the Saudi Kingdom (hence Turks with Arabs) that needs to be immediately laid on the table. The real problem is the Saudi Kingdom’s own nightmare it accumulated through a century of oppression and slavery to non-Islamic powers.

The day the Saudi Kingdom agreed to serve Israel’s interests upon the instructions of the U.S., its protector, to see less of this nightmare and solidify its future, is when it fell into the quagmire of its own problem.

Turkey is considered dangerous by the Saudi Kingdom in the following two aspects:

1-The Ottoman Empire’s showdown, which is not yet over, and which seems like it won’t be anytime soon, is in Turkey’s hands, and Turkey is reaching, step-by-step, the power to go ahead with this showdown.

2-Islam being practiced in Turkey with a certain freedom (finally) and subject to the safety of Muslim individuals, is a scary example for the Saudi Kingdom, which uses religion as a device for oppression; because the Saudi Kingdom greatly fears it might lose its throne upon the people, who it has been oppressing, being influenced by the Turkey example and thus an internal uprising being through widespread communication and tourism opportunities.

Muslim nations better understanding that the nation-state idea day-by-day, which was established to collapse the Ottoman Empire, means, in the final analysis, that the colony will continue in a new format, and starting to express the need for a new empire has been added to the Saudi Kingdom’s aforementioned fears.

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