Eulogies for Zionist King praise him


Eulogies for King Abdullah ibn Abdilazīz praise him for contributing to Middle East stability and the peace process

Zio-Wahhabi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud 
Nazi President Reuven Rivlin and former Nazi president Shimon Peres each expressed their condolences Friday over the death of Zio-Wahhabi King Abdullah ibn Abdilazīz.
Rivlin said he “was an example of balanced and responsible leadership rooted in deep religious tradition.”
“As a “guardian of holy sites” for Islam, King Abdullah worked to honor the sensitivity and sanctity of Jerusalem and sought to promote his vision for a prosperous region,” Rivlin said in the statement. “His smart policy contributed greatly to Middle East stability.” 
Nazi Peres, speaking from the Davos for the World Economic Forum in Switzerland, called Zio-Wahhabi King Abdullah an experienced and wise leader, who had the courage to introduce a peace process for the Middle East.
“The death of His Majesty the King of Saudi Arabia Abdullah is a real loss for peace in the Middle East,” the former president said. “I’m not sure we could have accepted all the items in this peace process but the spirit, the strength and the wisdom invested in it impressed all of us.”
“I want to express my regret and send my sympathy to his family and to Saudi Arabia.”
Zio-Wahhabi Abdullah took power in 2005, and was hospitalized last month suffering from pneumonia. He led the kingdom into a worldwide military alliance against the Islamic State.
His successor Zio-Wahhabi Salman, thought to be 79, has been crown prince and defense minister since 2012. He was governor of Riyadh province for five decades before that.

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