In the past, the British have used Islamist extremist terrorism as an instrument to achieve its objectives and now continues with this strategy in South East Asia. In February – March 2017, the King of Saudi Arabia, Salmane had come to Malaysia, to get it ready to play a supporting role in the Rohingya crisis, soon to unfold in Myanmar. However, after President Trump got Saudi Arabia to reverse its strategy in May, noone was prepared to follow through with the preparedness plan when the crisis broke out in August. This left the door open for the Emirate of Qatar to go to Malaysia on 15 and 16 October to reactivate his support for the jihadists.

Malaysia envisages applying the Sharia since its Prime Minister Najib Razak had declared himself in favour of doing so. The country’s religious mix includes 60% Muslims, 20% Buddhists and 10% Christians.

It is correct that Najib Razak is beholden to King Salamane who offered him 681 million dollars worth of « presents» (sic) [1].

The lavish visit of King Salmane of Saudi Arabia and his entourage (1,500 flatterers, their 10 planes and 500 limousines) have impressed the people of every state he visited. The press has honed in on the gigantic oil contracts signed at almost every level, but has ignored the commitments received by King Salmane in favour of the jihadists of the Salvation Army of the Rohingyas of Arakan.

Reporting to the press about the reception of Emir Tamim of Qatar, Najib Razak has insisted on exporting Malaysian steel to supplement Saudi deliveries and that the construction work in preparation of Football World Cup 2022 continues. He has also confirmed the construction of a hospital for Rohingyan refugees in Bangladesh.

Currently, Emir Tamim of Qatar, the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak are the three heads of state and governments supporting the Rohingyan jihadists.

Anoosha Boralessa

[1Malaysian Prime Minister received 681 million dollars from King Salmane”, Translation Anoosha Boralessa, Voltaire Network, 15 April 2016.