Last night, President Obama delivered a national address from the East Room of the White House to discuss the situation in Syria. He explained why he has called for military strikes in response to the Assad regime's use of chemical weapons, laid out his reasons for asking Congress to authorize the use of force, and described how the threat of U.S. action has created the potential for a diplomatic breakthrough.
Recently the European Union Parliament has put out a report which further backs-up the claims made by the FDRE government that the ‘Wahabbi/Salafi’ movement under the payroll of foreign forces is disrupting the majority Muslims’ Right to worship. The report stated the same facts the Ethiopian government’s was making, which goes like that the leaders behind the wahabbi sect are not religious personalities, but in fact politicians and merchant. It also parted information that justified the actions taken by the FDRE government to combat (punish) these ‘political merchants’.
It is not merely the faith or oil that flows out of Saudi Arabia. The oil-rich Arab state and its neighbours are busy financing Wahabi and Salafi militants across the globe.
A recent reportby the European Parliament reveals how Wahabi and Salafi groups based out of the Middle East are involved in the "support and supply of arms to rebel groups around the world." The report, released in June 2013, was commissioned by European Parliament's Directorate General for External Policies. The report warns about the Wahabi/Salafi organisations and claims that "no country in the Muslim world is safe from their operations ... as they always aim to terrorise their opponents and arouse the admiration of their supporters."