Tag: middle east

Saudi execution

Islamic scholars reject Saudi extremism

Geoff Ebbs /2 January, 2017

The final week of 2016 is an apt time to reflect on the role of religion. Fundamentalists fan the flames of religious hate from Aleppo to Ipswich. Borders snap shut, refugees languish in ghettos and First Nations people from West Papua and Western Australia to just West of the Mississippi at Standing Rock are tortured Continue Reading →

Sunni Conference in Chechnya

Russia hosts Sunni Muslims to undermine Saudis and USA

Geoff Ebbs /15 November, 2016

A global conference of Sunni Muslims was held in Chechnya with the blessing of Russian President Putin, to plan the isolation and undermining of Saudi Arabia and its radical Wahabi brand of Islam that spawned Al Quaeda and ISIS. At the same time, Iran, Iraq and Syria are overcoming political differences to present a united Continue Reading →