“The past century was the century of the direct colonization of the Muslim countries, under which they languished for many years. This was a time when the Islamic World had reached the highest degree of ideological deviation, polytheism, and disregard for jihad. Colonialism could not find any significant resistance in most countries, particularly at the beginning.
Toward the end of the colonialist era, the colonialist countries were no longer able to bear the painful blows they received from the mujaheddin in the colonized countries. They clearly realized that the new generations were moving towards resisting colonialism. They found themselves struggling between the strong desire not to give up their colonies and the painful deterrent posed by the jihad, which they saw growing day after day.
At this stage, Zionism intervened and put its touches on a colonialism that would ensure the interests of the colonialists and save them from the predicament that they faced. It masked colonialism in a very naive way-a way that only can fool the gullible. The colonialist plans did not change. The colonialists changed the face of their policies. Why could they not respond to the wishes of the resistance men and remove their men with the blue eyes and the blond hair from their midst and replaced them with people of their kind who spoke their language and wore lambskin over wolf hearts?
What is wrong with replacing the name of John and Napoleon with Muhammad, Anwar and Abd-al-Aziz?
Because that period had gone and today’s generations have forgotten it, the colonialists decided to repeat the process of masking colonialism before their eyes so they can imagine what happened in the past. This is exactly what happened in Afghanistan when the United States occupied that country and installed an Afghan agent, Hamid Karzai. As everyone can see, this agent has been more eager to promote the interests of the United States than the United States itself, although he has been less successful because of the mujaheddin attacks that Allah ordained against his government.
The Karzai system is the system officially in use in all the Muslim countries. The Karzai method is the same method by which all the rulers were installed, with some difference in details. The legitimacy of every such Karzai is no different from the other. There is no difference between the Karzai of Yemen, the Karzai of Pakistan, the Karzai of Jordan, the Karzai of Qatar, the Karzai of Kuwait, the Karzai of Egypt, and the long list of Karzai traitors ruling the Muslim countries.
The rulers of the land of the Two Holy Mosques [Saudi Arabia] are no different in the above details from others, although the masks the colonialists put on them are so good that they fooled many people. However, the accelerated events and the successive pressures made the situation become clearer. The taghut rulers started to say what they used to deny before and make public what they kept secret before.
In the past, Sultan denied the presence of foreign forces on Saudi territory, and some people believed him.
Today, the admitted this openly when attention started focusing on the Crusader bases in Al-Kharj and other places, which commanded the Crusader war against Afghanistan and more recently against Iraq. They no longer could make the same mistake of denying the American presence.
In the past, they strongly denied their subserviency to the United States and stressed that their alliance with it was an alliance of mutual interests, and nothing more. When the American pressures increased, Bandar Bin-Sultan and Al-Faysal rushed to admit some of the shameful deeds that had no precedent in history.
If one talked about the United States exploitation of the land and its resources, the other announced that the government removed the education of girls from the religious department to satisfy the United States. If one mocked everyone who engaged in the Jihad for the sake of Allah, the other boasted of the secular trend in the Saudi leadership.
This is as far as words are concerned. As for deeds, there is much to say. The aircraft of the Crusader campaign took off from Saudi Arabia. They were supplied with fuel from bases in Saudi Arabia. The supreme command of the war was in the Sultan Base in Saudi Arabia.
There is also much to say about their absolute support for John Garang in southern Sudan in killing the Muslims, their support for communism in southern Yemen before it fell, their support for the agent Algerian government against the mujaheddin when that government was about to fall, and their support for the Russian government when it was killing the Muslims in Chechnya.
The latest episode in their subservience was their broad cooperation with the United States in pursing the mujaheddin in the world, collecting intelligence information about the mujaheddin, and helping the United States arrest them. Because of the information collected by the Saudi intelligence agencies, many mujaheddin were arrested and many operations in the world and in the United States itself were foiled.
Because of this despicable cooperation, the prisons in Saudi Arabia have become full of prisoners, held on charges of fighting with al-Qaidah and Taliban against the United States or fighting with Khattab, and recently on charges of attempting to infiltrated into Iraq to fight there. The Shariah duty imposed on the entire Ummah (i.e. Jihad fi Sabilillah) has become a punishable crime. They are doing all this to please the United States.
No one reviewing ancient or modern history can find an example of agentry or treachery greater than this.
This brings us back to the issue of the veiled colonization of the Islamic countries. No sensible person can disagree that the Saudi government is a cover for the colonialists. Colonialism is manifested in the economy, in the military bases in the country, in political decision-making, and in international relations. Veiled colonialism has reached a point unmatched by direct colonialism. It reached the point of violating honors and removing the education of girls from the authority of the religious department at the orders of the United States, as Al-Faysal said. The 11 September events were not the reason for the Americanization of the system; it only accelerated it, as Bandar Bin-Sultan said.
Could the United States have obtained 1 percent of these interests if it had tried to occupy Saudi Arabia militarily and rallied the Muslims in the entire world?
Was it not better for it to install someone in its place to achieve all its interests?
This was a brief review of the situation in Saudi Arabia. The same-if not worse-is taking place in the other Muslim countries. Look at what is happening in Yemen, Egypt, Kuwait, and other Muslim countries. You can see various pictures of subserviency and treachery that have one thing in common: finding different ways to fight Allah and his prophet.
One of the important principles observed by veiled colonialism was establishing states combining the largest possible number of Islamic contradictions. They govern by taghut laws, pay allegiance to the United States and the Crusader countries, turn for hukm to the international body in all their cases, embrace the infidels and help them against the Muslims, turn against the religion, pursue the mujahidin, spread evil and atheism and defend them with troops and law, and participate with the United States and the Crusader countries in their war against the honors, religion, people, and country.
The ruler of a country is the one that has the authority in it. Unless he is a murtad, he can rule even if he lacked the Shariah conditions, as Shaykh al-Islam Ibn-Taymiyah maintained in the Minhaj al-Sunnah and elsewhere. A ruler who represents lack of sovereignty, pays primary attention to the interests of the enemy of the nation, disregards the Shariah intentions and the interests of his people when they contradict the desires of the enemy of Allah, his apostle, and his believers-is an agent without authority, according to jurisprudence. The real ruler is the Crusader United States. The subserviency of such rulers is no different from the subserviency of the amirs or governors of provinces to the king or the president. The rule of the agent is the rule of the one who made him his agent. Fighters really will be fighting those who put them in this position and made them rulers over the Muslims.”
(Source: The East Riyadh Operation and our War with the United States and its Agents by Abu Raudha)