Thursday 13 May 2010


These are images I doubt very few in the Western world have seen. I have long known, only instinctively, and from observation, what is here in photo. But I had no proof to offer. Here now, are old photos that verify my hunches.

First you have this historic document.

The above document was signed by Ibn Saud of the French pledges to give Palestine to the Jews Roughly it translates as "I am the Sultan Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud al-Faisal and I acknowledge and admit to Sir Percy Cox, delegate of Great Britain, that I have no objection to giving Palestine to the Jews or other poor."

This is a photo of Zionist Ezra Bilbol who engineered this meeting, which served the Zionist military Astbaratnea in military and intelligence operations. Here you have the former President of Israel, Moshe Katsav, receiving Ezra Bilbol in honor of his birthday. Ibn Saud who had served as head of the Zionist state had visualized and dreamed of this moment for quite some time.

This is a photo of an Ibn Saud gathering and King Faisal of Iraq along with leaders of the Zionist Organization on board the Lauren in 1949.

This is custodian of the Zionist Dajjal racist state of Israel, Abdul Aziz ibn Saud Najdi, king and patron of the Wahhabi/Salafi/Ahle Hadith Ulema from Najd Saudi Arabia.

A Zionist Engineer built the first palaces in Saudi Arabia and Ibn Saud Ibn Saud did not even send blankets and food to displaced Palestinians.


British spy, Thomas E. Lawrence, was sent to Arabia to work with the Wahhabi sect by assisting ibn Abdul.

Here we have a perfect example of how movies and popular media have been used to rewrite history for the modern world. Lawrence's story was filmed and given greatest of honours by Zionist-owned Hollywood. While it reinforced the Kingdom as purely Muslim, far from the lands and beliefs of Israel, it was also an exciting and haunting film. In truth, it is a fairy tale, a dose of misinformation, cast in the romance and excitement of a bygone age when all of man's motives were either lofty and good, or low and evil.

I see here an image of the great white leader, his darker companion watching him intently for a clue or sign of comprehension or guidance.

Here is a short review of the times on Lawrence of Arabia.

"In every age there are people who are born with the genes of their parents but the hearts and souls of another land. When they find that land they become something more than they ever were back in the old country. With typical British Imperial racism, they are said to have "gone native", an intended insult but actually more of a compliment than the speaker realizes.

Lawrence strides across the desert sands and finds that he is no longer an Englishman, was never an Englishman. He is an Arab and the Arabs by birth have no trouble seeing this. The wonder is that the English never did. Of course, considering their all consuming vanity, they never really did consider the validity or grace of any other culture.

Peter O'Toole became famous from this portrayal with good reason: he's overwhelmingly good. (He also strongly resembles the real T E Lawrence). Likewise, Omar Sharif hit the big time in Hollywood because of his equally passionate performance. It's a perfect piece of casting. One blond-haired, blue-eyed, fair-skinned Englishman seeking the simplicity of the desert and one raven-haired, dark-eyed, dark-skinned Arab seeking the complexity of politics. They play off each other like night and day, two sides of the same coin. Two men, set both with and against each other."

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