Of course, the reason is because Iran hates Saudi Arabia, not because Iran likes Israel. The last two paragraphs reveal all.
The 72-year old Mufti said that ISIS terrorists are part of Israeli army.
"Actually ISIS is part of the Israeli soldiers," he stated, asserting an alliance between the Israeli army and ISIS militants.
Sheikh Abdulaziz Al-Asheikh, the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, issued a whopper of a conspiracy theory on Monday, said that ISIS militants are actually "Israeli soldiers."
Speaking to the Saudi Gazette, Asheikh said ISIS members are "harming" Islam and Muslims.
"They cannot be considered as followers of Islam. Rather, they are an extension of Kharijites, who rose in revolt against the Islamic caliphate for the first time by labeling Muslims as infidels and permitting their bloodletting," said Asheikh.
The Grand Mufti then spoke about ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's threat against Israel made in an audio recording on Saturday, in which al-Baghdadi said, "Palestine will not be your land or your home, but it will be a graveyard for you."
"This threat against Israel is simply a big lair. Actually, Daesh (ISIS) is part of the Israeli soldiers," said Asheikh.
Saudi Arabia has been the main financial and logistical supporter of ISIS and Al-Saud family have made a lot of investment on ISIS to use this terrorist group to overthrow the legitimate and elected government of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria.
This remark by Saudi grand Mufti has astonished experts while many experts and intellectuals strongly believe that ISIS has been derived from Wahhabi Ideology.