A video emerged last month with English translations on Iraq English of a heated debate between a jihadist and a Saudi TV host. The interview took place on Dubai-based Middle East Broadcasting Center.

What made this discussion peculiar is the openness of the jihadist in saying that he would kill the host with a knife or strangulation for not conforming to his views of Islam and not wanting to destroy the grave of Prophet Mohammad.

The jihadist stated he wanted to reign terror on Saudi Arabia to the shock of the host. This prompted the host to consistently ask the terrorist to perform his jihad in Afghanistan, Iraq or another foreign country. This is an example of Saudi Arabia indoctrinating its people with puritanical Wahhabi ideology, but attempting to export all its radical elements that threaten the Kingdom to go overseas and cause chaos.

 The video has English translations:

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