Thursday, May 3, 2012

Pat Condell Serves It Right Up Saudi Arabia.


Pat Condell is perhaps the clearest voice on the internet on violent Islamic extremism and the unnatural and disgusting perversions that fuel it. It is an excellent use of five or six minutes to hear what he has to say.

"Saudi Arabia is the single biggest contributor to the funding of Islamic extremism and is unwilling to cut off the money supply, according to a leaked note from Hillary Clinton."

""The US Secretary of State says in a secret memorandum that donors in the kingdom still "constitute the most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups worldwide" and that "it has been an ongoing challenge to persuade Saudi officials to treat terrorist financing emanating from Saudi Arabia as a strategic priority".

""In a separate diplomatic cable published by WikiLeaks last night, the militant group which carried out the Mumbai bombings in 2008, Lashkar-e-Toiba, is reported to have secured money in Saudi Arabia via one of its charity offshoots which raises money for schools.""

The Independent
6 December 2010

Wikileaks cables have exposed Saudi Arabia (and other Sunni states) as the sponsors of terrorism
"Donors in Saudi Arabia constitute the most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups worldwide," according to Hilary Clinton in one of the leaked cables.

The Guardian
5 December 2010

Donors in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are estimated to have been sending up to $100 million annually to radical Islamic schools in Pakistan that back extremist groups, according to a leaked US diplomatic cable.

$100 million donated to radical Islamic schools

Saudis export anti-Christian and anti-Jewish textbooks across the world

Textbooks used in Saudi Arabia’s schools contain virulent forms of anti-Christian and anti-Jewish bigotry that continue to fuel intolerance and violence around the globe, says a new report.

Saudis export anti-Christian and anti-Jewish textbooks across the world
(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - The problem is far greater than the five million students in Saudi Arabia who use these texts every day, said Nina Shea, director of the Washington-based Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom.
“Because of the Saudis’ great oil wealth, it is able to disseminate its textbooks far and wide,” she wrote in the report, Ten Years On.

“[These textbooks] are posted on the Saudi Education Ministry’s website and are shipped and distributed free by a vast Saudi-sponsored Sunni infrastructure to many Muslim schools, mosques and libraries throughout the world.
“This is not just hate mongering, it’s promoting violence,” she said in an interview. It is exporting terrorism through textbooks.

Christians are referred to as “swine” and Jews as “apes,” while being blamed for much of the world’s ills.
Dec 8, 2011

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