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Muslims Continue to Accuse Their Muslim Enemies of Being Jews

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President Donald Trump (left) and Saudi Arabia’s King Salman sign a Joint Strategic Vision Statement for the United States and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at the Royal Court Palace in Riyadh, May 20. Photo: Shealah Craighead / White House.

Al Alam, Iran’s state run Arabic media outlet, published an article this week saying that the Saudi royal family is Jewish.

If you’re interested in the stupid details, here’s a Facebook page that describes the theory in English.

Iran — which strenuously pretends not to be antisemitic — often finds that the most effective way to insult its enemies is to call them Jewish.

Of course, the Al Saud family wants to do the same to those that it is unhappy with. Last week, a Saudi prince named Badr Bin Saud, who is also a journalist, tweeted a picture of Turkish president Erdogan along with ISIS members.

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The tweet said, “Erdogan is the new master in Qatar, he sent five thousand of his soldiers to train the ten thousand soldiers that are the entire Qatari army. He (i.e. Erdogan) is originally Georgian, a Khazar Jew. Not that there is anything wrong with that.”

What more proof do you need that the Saudi family is Jewish than that they quote Seinfeld?

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