Remembering the Wahhabi forces has always been associated with remembering the criminal practices of their ancestors since the political deal between Mohammad bin Saud and Mohammad bin Abdul Wahhab, which stated that the first must protect the ideology of the second in order for it to spread, while the second gives legitimacy to the rule of the first. This political deal is still in practice until today, Al Saud is leading the political scene in the kingdom while the religious leadership is under the control of Mohammad Bin Abdul Wahhab’s sons.
In April, 1802, Saud bin Mohammad’s (grandfather of Abdul Aziz) Army invaded Karbala and slaughtered 4,000 Muslim Shiites, despoiling the holy shrines, “including that of Martyr Hussein, grandson of Prophet Mohammad (pbuh). After despoiling the city, the Wahhabis left, taking with them precious spoils which included swords inlaid…
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