The embassy of Saudi Arabia in the German capital has been decorated with an ISIS flag and labeled the “Daesh Bank” in a projection stunt performed by human rights activists in an effort to draw attention to the kingdom’s purported links to terrorist organizations. Artist Oliver Bienkowski and the Pixel Helper collective performed the stunt to draw public attention to Saudi Arabia’s egregiously bad human rights record and country’s alleged support of extremist groups. Although Saudi Arabia plays one of the key roles in the US-led coalition aimed at eradicating Islamic State, the kingdom has faced criticism from its western allies for not making enough of an effort in the fight against terrorism. The kingdom has been regularly accused of supporting and financing various extremist groups serving their interests in the region. A 2009 memo published by WikiLeaks revealed that Hillary Clinton, who was back then the US Secretary of State, said that Saudi Arabia had been financing ISIS, Al-Qaeda and the Taliban. Saudi Arabia shrugged off the allegations, underscoring the initiatives it undertakes to prevent people from financing the terrorist groups. In the Syrian conflict, Saudi Arabia has been backing a group of opposition factions, some of which are known to be closely cooperating with internationally recognized terror groups like Al-Nusra and ISIS. It is also commonly believed that Wahhabism, a strict form of Islam promoted inside Saudi Arabia as well as via its government programs abroad, has indirectly encouraged the rise of Islamic State. Saudi Arabia is just as bad as Turkey when it comes to ISIS, and people around the world are starting to wake up to this fact. The revelation that Saudi Arabia would get rid of $750 billion in US assets if we were to release the 28 pages says it all. Saudi Arabia has bought many war weapons from the United States, and we always see the weapons we sell them into the hands of Islamic radical groups like ISIS. All radical Islamic groups around the world practice the form of Islam called Wahhabism, which was born in the Kingdom of Saud and is the nations main form of religion. Anyone who is anti Wahhabi in the middle east, is likely to be killed by a terrorist who is a Saudi Arabian nationalist. Two things Saudi Arabia and ISIS have in common is that they love cutting off heads. Good on these activist for not falling for social politics and blasting Saudi Arabia and who the nation stands with.
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