To find the roots of The Saud, I encourage you to research the Donmeh who were crypto Jews that converted to Islam under order of the Ottoman Empire. The followed a man named Sabbatai Zevi who claimed to be the Jewish messiah.
The House of Saud is from this lineage.
This gives a fairly concise explanation.
Read wiki on the Donmeh and Sabbatai Zevi for the rest.
Oh my god…:
>Two years later, British Foreign Secretary Lord Balfour, in a letter to Baron Walter Rothschild,…
>With reformist governments in Turkey and Egypt much more willing to look into the background of those who have split the Islamic world, Ataturk in Turkey and Mubarak in Egypt, the Sauds are likely very much aware that it is only a matter of time before their links, both modern and historical, to Israel will be fully exposed. It makes sense that the Sauds have been successful in engineering a dubious plot involving Iranian government agents trying to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to Washington in an unnamed Washington, DC restaurant. The Iraqi intelligence report could have been referring to the Zionists and Dönmeh when it stated, “it strives to . . . [the] killing of Muslims, destructing, and promoting the turmoil.” In fact, the Iraqi intelligence report was referring to the Wahhabis.
>With new freedom in Turkey and Egypt to examine their pasts, there is more reason for Israel and its supporters, as well as the Sauds, to suppress the true histories of the Ottoman Empire, secular Turkey, the origins of Israel, and the House of Saud. With various players now angling for war with Iran, the true history of the Dönmeh and their influence on past and current events in the Middle East becomes more important.
>Since the time in 1945 on his return from the fateful Yalta Conference, that US President Roosevelt met Saudi King Ibn Saud and won exclusive rights for US Rockefeller-group oil companies to Saudi Arabia’s vast oil wealth, the relationship between Saudi and US foreign policy has been one of almost satrapy status for the Saudis.
>Rockefeller-group oil companies
There’s the United States government working for the benefit of private industry; back in the day.