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The Chameleons in the Gaza genocide
And finally the chameleon is showing its true colors. The so-called 'Custodian of Two Holy Mosques' who along with his intriguing departed brothers-at-throne in past, is responsible for the birth and sustenance of most to terror organizations upon earth in the name of Islam, is coming out open in support of Israel and America.

He has shed off all the earlier masks of religion and Islamic brotherhood and now blaming and condemning the Palestinian Resistance against the barbaric occupation and merciless slaughtering of helpless inhabitants of Gaza.

Unlike past, the Saudi monarch did not condemn Israel this time for killing at least 1,500 Palestinians, mainly civilians, since it began its offensive on July 8. Instead, King Abdullah asked the Muslim leaders to unite against extremism, saying terrorists are wrongfully carrying out deadly acts in the name of Islam and tarnishing the religion's "purity and humanity." In an effort to be "His Master's Voice" the king puts the tyrant and the victim both at par. He says Israel and Hamas both were responsible - 'war in Gaza has led to "various forms" of terrorism whether from groups, organizations or states.'

Without explaining his conspicuous silence till date for the ISIS merciless offensive in Iraq and Syria, he is pretending to be Spiritual Messiha and glossing out his position in a balancing statement: "All of this is happening while the international community is watching silently with all its institutions and organizations, including human rights organizations," he said in prepared remarks read out by a presenter on state television. "This silence has no justification."

The 90 year-old monarchs shrewdly avoided and shunned any call for any specific action to be taken against Israel in his remarks.

Sympathies of Kingdom for Israel as a rival to Iran's might are indicative of the recent shift in regional politics. The elected Egypt's leadership was thrown out by military Junta and forged election were imposed. The new leadership is trying hard to crush the Muslim Brotherhood.

Ideologically Muslims Brotherhood and Hamas are closer. These dictators and autocratic Kings of middle east see the Brotherhood and its affiliated Islamist movements like Hamas as a direct threat to their rule. They pass some lukewarm comments against ISIS for public consumption while its an open secret that the ISIS is bankrolled by Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and other Gulf States including Israel.

From one side of the mouth they warn Iran to keep away from Iraq and let the ISIS roll its bloody roller coaster, and at the other side delivers the deceptive dialogues for the first time - "It is shameful and disgraceful that these terrorists are doing this in the name of religion, killing the people whose killing Allah has forbidden, and mutilating their bodies and feeling proud in publishing this," the statement said.

"They have distorted the image of Islam with its purity and humanity and smeared it with all sorts of bad qualities by their actions, injustice and crimes." Clandestine Support for ISIS by these Wahabi rulers remains undisturbed as killing of innocent Shias, Yazidis and Christians fails to deter the ISIS.

Worth to mention, Egypt had proposed a one-sided cease fire, 100 per cent favoring Israel and it was supported by Saudi Arabia. It was rejected outright by Hamas. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry tried to bring in Qatar and Turkey, but that effort made little headway.

Now, as the world opinion is gathering momentum against Israel's Unjust and Unconstitutional occupation of Palestine, its brutal and barbaric killing of innocent citizens, the self-proclaimed Custodian of KSA is all out to protect Israel. King Abdullah condemns the consequences of a war as "devastating" to Palestinians but he issued no demands upon Israel.

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