Iran claims United States and Saudi Arabia are Supporting Islamic Extremism
After a June 7th 2017 terrorist attack in Tehran Iran, the government of Iran came out to blame the United States and Saudi Arabia for supporting terrorism. President Trump expressed grief but immediately after said “We underscore that States that sponsor terrorism risk falling victim to the evil they promote.” He said this statement despite the fact that Iran has never attacked another country since 1798. The United States and Saudi Arabia on the other hand are a different story.
We know 15 out of the 19 hijackers on 9/11 were Saudi Arabian. There are many other attacks linked to Saudi Arabia around the world. The United States’ links to terrorism go back decades. We know the US funded the Muhjahadeen which later turned into Al Qaeda. Even Hillary Clinton admitted this. Clinton’s emails also show that countries (Saudi Arabia and Qatar) we supply with weapons fund ISIS. The US has a long history of funding opposition groups in countries where we want regime change but then turning a blind eye to the consequences of our funding. The fall of Libya resulted in a power vacuum that was filled by extremist groups and now the same threatens to happen to Syria.
Ben Swan, a highly regarded investigative journalist has more on the origins of ISIS and who is actually behind them. Also, read more on Iran’s claim here. So what do you think about Iran’s claim that the US and Saudi Arabia are supporting terrorism? Who is really behind the terrorist organizations? If the US has pledged to stop ISIS and terrorism, why are they condemning Iran and Syria who are fighting those terrorists? Let your thoughts be known on our Facebook page.