|code: 326957||Date: 2012/07/05 - 14:59||source: TNA|
Al Saud imposes its leadership and on the verge of collapsing
(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - The political commentator, Hasan Khakrand in an interview with us pointed to the current condition of Saudi Arabia and underlined,” Al Saud is after manipulating the Islamic world and want to take lead in Muslim world, but the same the regime is on the verge of collapsing.”
The political analyst underscored that Saudi Arabia is entangling with the internal crisis and does not have adequate power on account of critical condition Malik Abdullah wrestled with and the recent demises of Crown Princes of this country.
“At this time Malik Abdollah has serious ill and even some sources announced his death,” said Khakrand stating that currently there are some signs reveals that Saudi Army and security forces are in a urgent situation and completely ready.
“The system of this regime excluded the power inside of Al Saud and this policy face them with the new challenge in the county,” he underlined.
“There stand some disagreement and conflicts over the kingdom among the members of the family, although the regime try to hide from the public and media but the signs of the standing showdown is quite obvious,” said the political analyst.
“Al Saud consisted of different tribes which completely disagree with each other in a veracity of issues and try to grab the crown,” Khakrand mentioned.
Pointing to ethnic rivalries for grabbing the crown, he said “The brothers of Sadiri are one of the contenders who try to take the position; they are seven brothers and so powerful.”
“Another conspicuous movement is those with western and liberal view points and most of them educated,” the political analyst underlined.
“The third generation of Al Saud have also new claims and should be considered in this case,” he said.
He pointed to the recent uprising in the country, calling it the Al Saud’s Achilles’ heel as underlined,” in the past Saudi Arabia impute protests and demonstrations to Shia people claiming that they are direct by Islamic Republic of Iran.” “But the point is that people in east of the country are not Shia and even some of protesters in this region are well-educated and especially Arab women of the Saudi Arabia,” he mentioned.
“Ladies in Saudi Arabia are one of main protesters asking their rights back,” Khakrand mentioned.
The political analyst pointed to the condition of female in this country stating that Saudi authorities refuse to issue driving licenses to women, making it illegal for them to drive.
Khakrand underscored that Saudi Arabia has already been under fire from rights groups for systematic discrimination against women. Women are even banned from voting in Saudi Arabia.
“Protesters hit the streets in important cities of Saudi Arabia such as Jeddah but on account of censorship these demos are not reflected by mass media,” the political analyst underlined.
“Saudi Arabia is a country without Constitution and free parliament,” said the political analyst stating that although all the human rights is flouted in the this country, west supports the Saudi regime.
Pointing to the recent foreign policy of Saudi Arabia and intervening behavior of the country he said,” Today people from different Muslim countries such as Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, and Bahrain hate the regime of Al Saud.
“Saudi Arabia ascribes all its failure to Iran’s power in the region,” said Khakrand adding that for this reason the country increases its Anti-Iranian movements.
“The recent execution of 18 Iranian nationals in Saudi Arabia and said such act done in revenge,” he said.
(Saudi officials had executed eight Iranian sailors in the eastern city of Dammam without any legal proceeding.)
All these aforementioned behaviors show that Saudi government is alone in the international realm and have many problems in inside of its territory.
Khakrand Concluded that Saudi Arabia tries to impose its leadership to Muslim nations but Muslim nation’s disagreement foil such plot facing the country with its erosion of power and sapping the penetration in the region.