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US, Israel, Saudi Arabia make up triangle of terror: Musa
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Remember, when you tied a triangle of terror together, you have American military, Israeli or Zionist media, and then you have the Saudi Arabians which help arrange things."

Imam of Washington’s Masjid al-Islam, Abdul Alim Musa

A prominent Muslim cleric says the United States' military, Israeli regime's media and Saudi Arabian agents constitute “a triangle of terror” across the world, Press TV reports.


“Remember, when you tied a triangle of terror together, you have American military, Israeli or Zionist media, and then you have the Saudi Arabians which help arrange things,” said Imam of Washington’s Masjid al-Islam, Abdul Alim Musa in a Wednesday interview.

He highlighted the role of Israeli-controlled media, saying “Israeli government with the media, the Israeli affiliates throughout the world and their operatives that control the media, the books and everything else that feed us a diet of disbelief,” are tools of creating terror around the world.

The cleric also argued that “when you hear about al-Qaeda, when you hear about Taliban, when you hear about all of these disjointed Muslims killing other Muslims, then you’re talking about Saudi Arabia.”

Referring to the lawsuit filed against the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) over spying on Muslims, Musa noted that, such incidents repeat in US history because the government crushes anyone in America that wants to do good regardless of their race.

“If you want to make a better world or institute a new program improving the condition of humanity, the government has a set pattern to come out and crush you anyway it can,” he explained.

A federal judge in the US rejected the lawsuit against the FBI on Tuesday, claiming that if the suit proceeds; it may disclose ‘sensitive government data.’

Following the ruling, the non-profit American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Southern California and the US-based organization of Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), which had lodged the compliant on behalf of three Orange County Muslims, said they would appeal the judge’s decision.

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