2015 Hajj Stampede: Accident or Massacre?

2015 Hajj Stampede: Accident or Massacre?

In the name of Allah, the Merciful to all, the Compassionate

When on 11 September 2015, a crawler crane toppled over onto the Masjid al-Haram, the Grand Mosque in Mecca, killing 111 people and injuring 394 more, it was obvious that something fishy was going on there. Saudis put the blame on a strong storm. However, weather data shows that at that moment the direction of the wind was perpendicular to the direction of crane’s collapse, with a 22 km/h speed. Moreover it was reported that the crane was deliberately detached from its foundation.

There are several theories about the motivation behind this incident. Some say that was just an occultic human sacrifice, like many similar incidents that have happened before. September the 11th , 7/7 London Bombing, and Spain’s 3/11 bombing are just a few to name. Some say that Zionists were behind this, just to distract Muslims from what is going on in Jerusalem, so they can destroy Masjid-Al-Aghsa and build their third temple on that location. Regardless of what happened there, one cannot ignore other details.

Dr. Ahmad Hatami, one of the prominent scientists in Iranian Aerospace Organization, who was in the Mosque at the moment of collapse, was not injured initially, and joined others to help injured people. But later was found dead. No one explained what happened to him, and it raised some suspicions about what is going on there.

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This is a paragraph from an article published a few months ago in BeforeItsNews:

There has been a lot of chatter regarding September 2015 and especially the time around 9/22-24/2015. Many believe this will be a cataclysmic time. Some are predicting a meteor/comet strike, the arrival of Planet X/Nibiru, Seal 6 events, the rapture, the beginning of the tribulation, and more. In this post I will show you 33 important things that you need to know about September 2015 and the monumental event they all seem to be pointing to.

At that time, Eid Al Azha was supposed to be on September 23th, but due to moon sighting issues, later it changed to September 24th. It happened that the monumental event planned to happen, was the so-called stampede in Mina, Mecca. The latest data indicates that the death toll is now at 4173. However Iranian pilgrims were only 3% of the total number of pilgrims, they suffered 239 deaths and 247 missing, based on the latest data.

The strange part of this incident is many High-Ranking Iranian officials were among missing. Rokn-Abadi who is the adviser to Khamenei, the leader of Iran, Fouladgar the head of strategic studies department in IRGC,  many of IRGC Generals, like Hasan Danesh, Foad Mashghali, Ammar mir Ansari, Hasan Hasani, and many more, are missing. Due to the warm weather of Mecca, and the lack of equipment there, Saudis decided to bury all the un-identified corpses, and it was reported they buried around 600 of them.

So no one will ever know what happened to tens of missing Iranian officials and Generals. One of the reasons for Iranian’s fury is they are suspicious that maybe the pre-planned stampede was just a cover-up for kidnapping so many Iranian military commanders.

General Jazaeri, deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, expressed that the probability of collaboration between Mossad and Saudi’s intelligence agency, in pulling that trick, is high.

Kidnapping so many Iranian officials indicates that the Saudi-Israeli alliance has a plan to target Iran’s nuclear sites and Military bases. So by kidnapping, torturing, and interrogating those commanders they are trying to have more up-to-date information, which is necessary for such strikes.

All I can say at this time is the incidents in Mecca indicate that winds of trouble won’t stop blowing.

Is the Saudi-Israeli-American alliance trying to wage a war against Iran, and turn that war to a Sunni-Shia war?

Is this a rivalry between various factions in Saudis, to put the blame on Mohammed Bin Nayef and abdicate him from succession?

Is Israel pulling this trick to cover-up the destruction of Masjid-Al-Aghsa, and building their third temple ?

 

2 thoughts on “2015 Hajj Stampede: Accident or Massacre?”

  1. salam
    1.why we must go to hajj in this condition when makkah and madineh in occupation Saudi regime that ally of Zionist regime and US-GS(Great Satan) and more importantly,
    in the other word our country need these monies of hajj more(for build hospital,school,education,…),many Iranian people see this rite like trip to Las Vegas for entertainment
    And buy cheap Chinese goods, I know some people went to makkah 2-3 times even 6,We are going the wrong way,you see,shin abad school students who had burned cause shortage of Welfare facilities and we see these people don’t want help to our country people.
    2.Why do outstanding scientists and senior commanders should go to such trips? the risk and probability of death in this trip is very high, cause so crowd and route is limited, as many Muslims have been killed several times in years ago.
    kind regards

    1. Asalamualykum,
      Every year Iranians spend around $3 Billion dollars on smoking, $1B for chewing Gum, $4B on adultery in Thailand & other south east Asian countries.
      In 2014, 6 million Iranians travelled just to Turkey. So money cannot be an alibi to prevent them from going to Hajj.
      Forget about adultery in Thailand; if they allocate the money they spend on importing chewing Gum & cigarettes on education, every single child in Iran can afford graduating from university for free.
      One of the main reasons Saudis pull such a trick is to make Iranians not to go to Hajj. So they can shape the Muslims’ public opinion against them.
      That’s why Hajj pilgrimage should continue.
      I’m sure next time Iran will be more cautious about sending High-Ranking individuals to Hajj.

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