Yesterday, the Saudi Foreign Minister repeated the same position away from the context of the known treatments of the Kingdom. He declared withdrawing the kingdom’s representatives from the team of the Arab Committee of observers, while his hand, (which was holding the paper that he was reading from), was trembling, and thus shaking his convulsive words regarding the rejection of his kingdom to participate in covering the murder committed against our Syrian brethrens, as he said. He also stated that his country had decided not to grant the cover and legitimacy to the violent killings committed by the Syrian government against its people!?
Therefore, the Saudi position was contrary to the reality, as earmarked by the lenses and the eyes of the Arab observers and their live presence in the site of events and in all the areas of tension and disagreement. According to the report of the observers, the violence in Syria has been decreased much compared with the previous period since the arrival of those observers, and the murder and/or the casualties from both sides have been reduced as well.
Perhaps, the press conference held by the team of Al-Dabi, the head of the Arab observers, in the Arab League headquarters yesterday was apparent to an extent that made one of the journalist questions the actuality of the numbers of deaths and casualties as they should be, taking into account the words of some of the mass media as well as the counterfeit reports on the participation of governmental tanks and aircrafts in fighting the rebels or insurgents or what they call the free army. Those numbers must exceed the average of nine hundred mentioned by the sources of opposition and the human rights organizations as a monthly average of those killed people.
What is interesting also is that Mr. Saud Al-Faisal, the Saudi Foreign Minister, was “artificially” reading warmly, trying to give his tone much credibility to show his sympathy, or in other words to show his hypocrisy towards the Syrians. This comes at a time when we all still remember how his remarks were in 2006 during the Zionist aggression on Lebanon, when thousands of people were killed and injured due to the brutal raids of the Israeli aircrafts, boats, and tanks that invaded southern Lebanon, committed murder therein, and destroyed the country. Al-Faisal has stated at that time with the same enthusiasm and vulnerability his position that has an opposite direction i.e. blaming Hezbollah for the Israeli crimes against our brethrens in Lebanon.
Thus, what makes the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia stand today shedding tears for the dead Syrian people, while things have a tendency towards truce and perhaps towards finding a solution that preserves the blood of our brethrens and also preserves the unity of their country and prevents the internationalization of their cause? Before answering this, we must take a look at the conditions of democracy, “the Great one”, which its shadow and “pleasures” are casting on the brothers in the Kingdom of Al-Saud, we must also monitor the issue of human rights, as circulated by Mr. Al-Faisal and his fellow members of the family, who are ruling the country that has not seen any real independence or freedom of decision since its inception at the expense of the Hashemites in the third decade of the last century. Not only that, but we must also take a realistic look at the bases of the American enemy in our region and where are those bases stationed, and most importantly take a historical look on a Saudi progress full of conspiracy against the Arabism of the region and the unity of the Arab nation. Perhaps, the Wiki-leaks documents and others that were revealed by references prove the involvement of the rulers of the Kingdom in conspiring against Egypt and against Al-Nasiriyah’s experience; the tragedy of division between the two parts of the Egyptian-Syrian unity was planned and performed by Al-Saud family and their money.
The striking note is that the two families Al-Saud in their kingdom and Al-Thani in their country are competing to become agents and to serve the American project in the region. Perhaps, this explains the warm words and the shaking hand of al-Faisal during his talk about the dead Syrians and the need to lift the lid on the regime in Damascus.
The Syrian situation is heading towards a truce despite the fuel ignited by the evil satellite channels of sedition and the money of oil and gas from other countries of the U.S. bases to keep the tension. Thus, the killings require another conduct from Saudi Arabia and its rulers before it is too late, and transferring the decisions from the Arab oil League to the Security Council would not have happened if the Saudi hostile position, which is against the hopes of the Syrians and their dream of restoring the security and safety to their country, was different.
The Saudi trend to compete to become an agent with the Qataris would not be in favor of the future of the Kingdom or its rulers, and thus all the relevant parties should know (and they already certainly know) that the continuation of devastation and strife in Syria through encouraging the opposition to fight being backed by the West would be a disaster for everyone and will provide the greatest service to the Zionist enemy and America.
Moreover, the collapse of the Syrian economy or weakening the army and inciting some of its sects to revolt will be at the expense of the confrontation with the enemy and will inevitably lead to a long destroying war and its fragments will reach all the countries of the region, and thus there would be no room for regret.