Is Najib Razak Any Different From The Treacherous Arabs?

Is Najib Razak Any Different From The Treacherous Arabs?

 FF Editorial:  The Prime Minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak declared war on Israel and his cousin, the Defence Minister, was on the band wagon cheering that he would send Malaysia’s military to fight with the Palestinians against Zionist Israel when President Trump declared US recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.  Since the above declaration the political Tom & Jerry show by the two nitwits have done nothing whatsoever to move forward their agenda. It was all sound-bites to arouse the Malay/Muslim community to support their moribund ruling party, UMNO. As usual, it was “all thunder, but no rain”. The usual noise was made at the UN General Assembly. It was another heinous example of the betrayal of the Palestinians by the hypocritical Muslims.

Malaysian Muslims, brainwashed by Saudi Arabia Wahhabism must wake up to reality,  if they want to retain their credibility as genuine Muslims and not hypocrites.

Below are three articles which clearly demonstrate that the Arabs have good company in Najib Razak.


‘UAE Buying Arms From Israel’

By Middle East Monitor

 The UAE is buying arms and drones from Israel, Maariv newspaper reported yesterday.

The Israeli paper published information revealed by the French magazine Intelligence Online which claimed Israeli arms companies, Aeronautics and Albeit, are supplying the UAE with arms. Israeli-made drones are also being supplied to Egypt and to the head of the Libyan National Army General Khalifa Haftar, both of whom are backed by the UAE, the paper added.

The UAE has also used Israeli defence systems to protect its oil fields following its military strikes on Libya in support of Haftar’s forces.

Maariv described the co-founder of the Israeli company Aeronautics Avi Leumi as the most powerful Israeli businessmen in the UAE.

It added that former commander of the Israeli Air Force, Eitan Ben Eliyahu, helped Leumi make deals with the UAE.

Relations between Israel and the UAE have strengthened since the opening of the International Renewable Energy Agency in Abu Dhabi in 2015.


The UAE And Israel Are Like Brothers, Said One Of Abu Dhabi’s Senior Military General.

During an interview with an American news agency Defence & Aerospace Report, Staff Major General, Pilot Abdullah Al-Hashmi, answered questions about UAE military capability.

Al-Hashmi said that that US should have no concerns about arming the UAE because the Emirates seeks to become not just an ally but “the strategic ally” of the US. Relations between the two countries is a “win-win situation …. because when you build the UAE capability you are building the USA capability,” he explained

Later in the interview, Al-Hashmi was asked if increasing UAE military capability was a threat to Israel is any way. The General implied that the two countries are like brothers and that the USA was like the “older brother” who can oversee any differences the two countries may have.

“If there is a solution between Israel and Arab, or Palestine, it’s going to be done on the table because I don’t think we are a threat to Israel nor we think Israel is a threat on UAE.”

He continued to explain: “Because we understand that like we are allies of the United State, Israel is an ally of the United States and we have like a big brother.”


Saudi: Palestinian Abbas Must Endorse US’ Plan Or Leave

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Salman has told Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas that he has to back Donald Trump’s Israeli-Palestinian peace deal or resign.

According to Israeli sources Abbas was offered an ultimatum after he was summoned to Riyadh last week for a meeting with Bin Salman days after US Presidential advisor Jared Kushner made an unannounced visit to the Saudi capital to meet the young crown prince. The two are reported to have thrashed out a plan in which Abbas seems to have had no say.

Riyadh had offered to normalise relations with Israel in 2002 on the condition that it agreed to the two-state formula, which more and more Israeli’s, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, have rejected.

It’s still not clear what peace deal has been offered to Abbas, but Palestinians will be concerned by Bin Salman’s readiness to rally behind the US President who is described by close associates as the most pro-Israeli president in years. Trump is said to be drafting a deal put together by his son-in-law, Kushner, who is a strong advocate of Israel and his support for the country, say critics, is odd even by American standards. Kushner has given money to Israeli settlements and his family are close friends of Benjamin Netanyahu.

The Israeli sources also mentioned that Abbas was instructed to stop any further rapprochement with Hamas; an ultimatum that could jeopardise the reconciliation process between the two main Palestinian rivals. If Israeli sources are to be believed than the ultimatum given by Bin Salman seems to be identical to the one made by Netanyahu who is also strongly opposed to the Palestinian unity government.

Though Abbas has rejected the claims made by the Israeli Channel 10, details of the meeting seems to be in line with the Saudi, UAE, Israeli and US vision for the region agreed prior to Trump’s inauguration.

It was widely reported that the US gave its backing for the unpredictable young prince while endorsing a regional plan that included unreserved support for Gulf monarchies; revision of the Iran nuclear deal; and a new Israel-Palestine peace plan.

The Saudis appear to be fully behind this deal whose blueprint has been drawn up by senior members of Trump’s exceptionally pro-Israeli administration.

Since his election, Trump has gone on to describe Saudi Arabia as a “magnificent country” while taking the unprecedented step of visiting the Gulf state in his first official visit, having condemned the rulers during his election campaign. Trump also struck a multibillion dollar deal with the Saudi royals in May.

Trump’s new fondness for the Saudi’s saw him backing the Saudi-UAE media onslaught on Qatar and, last month, he announced he was decertifying the Iran nuclear accord. Last week, when Saudi Arabia arrested scores of princes and businessmen in an “anti-corruption” purge, the president also tweeted his support.

Palestinians no doubt had hoped that a Saudi crown Prince would be a trusted ally who could at the least present their cause with sympathy. They will be concerned over Bin Salman’s ultimatum, which appears to have been coordinated by people that support Netanyahu’s vision for the region which is nothing more than a “state-minus” for the Palestinians.