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December 12, 2007

Saudis give big to promote Islamic studies in U.S.


Our "friends" the Saudis are still paying big bucks to "promote understanding and change America's perceptions of Islam in the most fertile place, the university campus" (more correctly - prosylitize wahabbism - the most violent form of Islamism). As Robert Spencer puts it, they are spending big to promote Islamic studies their way - deception and half-truth, vilification of truth-tellers, and an overarching supremacist agenda.

The result is that American universities have been allowing themselves to be purveyors of Saudi influence and opinion.

According to Zuhdi Jasser, a Phoenix physician and a Muslim who is chairman of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, says Islamic governments are looking for a free pass:

"Islamists such as the radical fundamentalists seen with the Saudi Wahhabis exploit American universal tolerance to provide a vehicle for the dissemination of their propaganda free of critique," he said in an e-mail. "It is important to emphasize -- 'free of critique' ... it is the tolerance which permits that.

"But I would hope that we correct our response not by changing our tolerance but by intensely critiquing political Islam and its incompatibility with our pluralistic democracy. America"s laboratory of freedom and liberty should not change."

Read the whole piece and be prepared to become be very alarmed ... Our oil dollars are being used by the Saudis to spread radical Islam to every corner of the earth - and our universities are allowing the Saudis to use them like puppets to teach the most violent form of Islamism. Allow them to keep doing so is societal suicide.

Cross posted from Hyscience

Posted by Abdul at December 12, 2007 7:56 PM

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