Iran’s Islamic Republic News Agency reports that the “leader of a Pakistani religious group has said that Al Qaeda or Islamic militants were not responsible
for Sunday’s suicide bombing in Saudi Arabia that killed at least 11 people, Daily Times reported.”
Who was, then? “‘It is a Jewish and American conspiracy against the Mujahideen
and Al Qaeda,’ Jamaatud Dawa Chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed said in Lahore on Wednesday.”
It’s all a conspiracy, you see. “‘America wants to extend its stay in Saudi Arabia as its contract to hold Saudi air bases has expired,’ he said. ‘If jihad in Kashmir is stopped, India could attack Pakistan, and if the Mujahideen lay down their weapons in Afghanistan, America could attack Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Syria. America is looking to withdraw its troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, but it has no way out. The day is not far when America will be crushed like the USSR by the mujahideen,’ he added.
This is the kind of propaganda that is pandemic in the Muslim world. Variations on these themes are spread westward by dhimmi academics and journalists frantic to paint the West and the U.S. in the worst possible light, even if it means presenting elaborate conspiracy fantasies as truth.
Saeed also “criticized the government of Pakistan for trying to improve ties with India rather than supporting jihad in Kashmir. ‘It is treachery against the mujahideen, who are fighting for the Pakistan survival,’ he said.
Saeed’s group, Jamaat-ud-Dawa, has been placed by the Pakistani government on “a watch list under the Anti Terrorist Act,” although it continues to operate while three other radical Muslim groups have been banned.