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February 7, 2005

Stop Saudi Jihad Proselytizing

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- LittleGreenFootballs
A Dallas Morning News editorial this morning follows up on their courageous exposure of the Freedom House report on Saudi hate ideology in US mosques: With Friends Like These: Stop Saudi jihad proselytizing in U.S.

The 9/11 Commission report said America isn't fighting a war on "some generic evil" called terrorism, but a war on Islamist terrorism. What are we to make, then, of the startling fact that some of our Saudi allies are seeding U.S. mosques with enemy propaganda?

The nonpartisan Freedom House recently released a report on the spread of Saudi-sponsored hate literature. In 2003, investigators visited leading American mosques and collected written material available to congregants. The documents, originating either with the Saudi government or Saudi-funded sources, advocate Wahhabism, the extremist form of Islam that Freedom House describes as a "fanatically bigoted, xenophobic and sometimes violent ideology."

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Sayyid Qutb is the author of "Milestones," the Mein Kampf of the global jihad movement--and it's highly disturbing to learn that Muslim children are being indoctrinated with this foul work of fascist xenophobia, in the United States.

You can find the document containing Dr. Kavakci's praise of Yusuf Qaradawi and Hasan al-Turabi at the Islamic Association of North Texas web site; see the link titled "Hamidullah: A Biography." (The document may disappear now that we've linked to it; we saved a copy.)

It would be a great idea for LGF readers to email the editors of the Dallas Morning News and express support; they're certain to receive a lot of deranged hate mail for this editorial: letterstoeditor@dallasnews.com.

Source - LGF

Posted by Hyscience at February 7, 2005 1:13 PM



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