Saudi Arabia Arrest 9 CIA Agents Working for ISIS*

Saudi Arabia Arrest 9 CIA Agents Working for ISIS*

By Sean Adl-Tabatabai

Russia have confirmed that Saudi authorities have arrested members of a known CIA-ISIS terror cell operating within their country. The arrests follow Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) giving intel to Saudi authorities that proved the CIA were actively funding and arming ISIS.

The arrests come weeks after President Putin warned Saudi Arabia that Russia had “finite patience” regarding their complicity with the U.S. CIA in arming and funding ISIS militants in Syria and Iraq. reports:

Within the past 24 hours, this report continues, the GIP communicated to the SVR that based upon the Federation intelligence given to them under President Putin’s order, this known CIA-Islamic State terror network operating in Saudi Arabia was “targeted/raided” resulting in the capture of 33 of its members, 9 more still being hunted with substantial rewards announced for their capture, and, most importantly, the 9 American citizen CIA agents controlling these terrorist being placed under arrest and jailed.

With U.S. officials having told Reuters News Service just hours ago that the Obama regime cannot immediately confirm that American citizens are among the 33 Islamic State terror suspects jailed by the GIP as they were still checking the names against their databases, this report further notes, it is the “known and accepted” practice of the CIA to never divulge the identity of their captured agents as they prefer to secretly negotiate for their release.

Spurring Saudi Arabia’s “radical” breaking with the Obama regime and jailing these 9 American CIA agents supporting Islamic State terrorists, this report explains, was a SVR “counter-propaganda” action last week following President Putin’s “day of wrath” warning against them involving the release to the BBC of a secret United Nations report stating that the Saudi-led coalition fighting the Houthi rebel movement in Yemen has targeted civilians with air strikes in a “widespread and systematic” manner and that they were deliberately using starvation as a war tactic—all of which, according to this secret U.N. report, constitute “crimes against humanity”.

And aside from the Saudi’s jailing these 9 American CIA agents, this report says, the SVR’s “counter-propaganda” action against them in releasing this secret U.N. document has had a further benefit in forcing the Kingdom to promise changes to their airstrike targeting, expressing “great regret” for the civilian toll, and state that U.S. and British military experts will now be advising them on how to get the civilian toll down.

But to the greatest fears of Saudi Arabia in regards to President Putin’s “day of wrath” warning, this report concludes, are the currently ongoing meetings in the Kremlin with Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s top adviser on international affairs, Ali Akbar Velayati, regarding both Federation and Iranian oil productions quotas—which should they combine would severely undercut the Saudi’s position which isdriving that Kingdom to brink of economic collapse.


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7 thoughts on “Saudi Arabia Arrest 9 CIA Agents Working for ISIS*

  1. The people that own this country, who rule it apparently have no moral compass. It is probably easier to ask what crimes have they not committed via the CIA.

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