King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia: Saudi will compensate for ancient Jewish in Arab lands though there is no room for non-Muslims in Arabia

The Saudi government is preparing a draft bill which, if ratified by king Abdullah, will permit the Jewish state sending claims for compensation for historic Jewish property in a number of Arab countries including Saudi Arabia and Yemen. It is believed that the bill will be held back to be used during any secret negotiations discussing the ways to promote bilateral relation between Tel Aviv and its close ally Kingdom of Saudi Arabia(KSA).

Despite this historic rapprochement between Arabs and Jewish people, the Saudi monarch reiterated that there is no place for non-Sunni Muslims in a land which according to him, Propjet Muhammad call it as pure Islamic territory.

The bill is divided into two: the first will demand that Saudi Arabia Mauritania, Morocco, Yemen and Bahrain pay compensation for the properties of approximately 2,000,000 Jews who lived around 640 A.D., with an estimated value of $900 billion.
The Saudi government is preparing a draft bill which, if ratified by king Abdullah,
The Saudi government is preparing a draft bill which, if ratified by king Abdullah,
At a second stage, Saudi Arabia will be landed with a compensation bill of more than $650 billion for Jewish properties in the kingdom since the time of Prophet Mohammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam). Saudi Arabia once hosted a thriving Jewish community. For almost a thousand years (three times longer than the Jews have been in America), Jews lived in the oases of Teyma, and Yathrib (later known as Medina), in the northern Arabian Peninsula. According to Dr. Hagai Mazuz, an Orientalist specializing in Arabic language, Islam, and Islamic culture, “The Jewish community of northern Arabia was one of the largest ancient Jewish communities in the history of the Jewish people.”

They were powerful and wealthy. They were respected by the local Arabian tribes for their religion, culture, erudition, and literacy. They built castles on mountaintops and developed productive plantations. They had military prowess, horses, and advanced weaponry. And they were almost totally annihilated in the short span of a few years.
Apparently, Israeli experts in international law, history and geography in the universities of Bar-Ilan, Beer Sheva, TelAviv, Jerusalem and Haifa are working on this part of the claim. The budget for their work has been taken from the Foreign Ministry and is claimed tobe in the region of $100m for 2012. Original PostLink

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