Islam/OIC* and Saudi Arabia, not Israel, is the root problem
* OIC is an islamofascist organization based on islamist Sharia law that openly violates Human Rights
The Saudi caliph "king" Abdullah al Saud and his rape accused and Western oil money spreading nephew Alwaleed bin Talal al Saud together with other members of the Saudi dictator family constitute the very heart of the M (Mideast/muslim) problem
The Sunni Muslims believe that the first four Caliphs were “righteous and well inspired” who followed the tradition of the Prophet strictly and still want the community to return to the era of the Prophet and his first four successors. However, the history of the appointment of Caliph suggests that out of these four Caliphs three were assassinated. The violent struggle for the leadership of Ummah therefore suggests that sword played a crucial role in the appointment of Caliphs. The bloody streets of Baghdad, Afghanistan, Pakistan and other Muslim countries since the eighties of last century still echo the history of civil war for the leadership in the name of Islam.
Klevius comment: The Saudi flag is the bloody sword of islamofascism!
Alwaleed bin Tala al Saud - accused for rape etc while spending Saudi oil billions for hate mongering under his hypocritical bigot cover of pretending being modern while promoiting Saudi islamofascism
Ryan Mauro: The mayor was offended at Alwaleed’s response to the disaster. He said, “At times like this one, we must address some of the issues that led to such a criminal attack. I believe the government of the United States of America should re-examine its policies in the Middle East and adopt a more balanced stance toward the Palestinian cause… Our Palestinian brethren continue to be slaughtered at the hands of Israelis while the world turns the other cheek,” he said.
In other words, the “root cause” of the attacks was America’s alliance with Israel, and if future attacks are to be avoided, that relationship must be downgraded. After Giuliani turned Alwaleed away, the Saudi prince said the mayor had caved to “Jewish pressure.” Alwaleed apparently believes that the U.S. government is held hostage to the “Zionist lobby.”
In 2002, Alwaleed donated $27 million to a telethon on Saudi television for the families of Palestinian “martyrs.” The entire event brought in $155 million. This has led to reasonable allegations that Alwaleed was giving money to the families of suicide bombers, which is very possible. The Saudi government says this isn’t so, and that the “martyrs” were “Palestinians victimized by Israeli terror and violence.” He is also a co-owner of ART TV, a station that aired a fundraiser called, “Jihad in Palestine” that advocated violence.
Alwaleed has spent tens of millions of dollars to spread Saudi influence around the world, especially in the U.S. In many cases, this has benefited the Muslim Brotherhood. In 2002, for example, he donated $500,000 to the Council on American-Islamic Relations for a media campaign to defend Islam. The Islamic Society of North America got $1.5 million for a scholarship program. John Esposito, probably the Muslim Brotherhood’s top non-Muslim advocate, founded Georgetown University’s Prince Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding with his support. Alwaleed’s foundation is run by the daughter of Dr. Abdul-Hamid Abu-Sulayman, called “one of the most important figures in the history of the global Muslim Brotherhood.”
Alwaleed does not disguise the fact that his donations are meant to change minds. He says that Arabs who boycott the U.S. are mistaken because “economic interests” bring more influence. “We have to be logical and understand that the U.S. administration is subject to U.S. public opinion…to bring the decision-maker on your side, you not only have to be active inside the U.S. Congress or the administration but also inside U.S. society,” he said.
In keeping with this strategy, Alwaleed is the second largest shareholder of News Corp., the parent company of Fox News Channel. He has boasted that when he saw Fox describing Muslim riots in France as, well, Muslim riots, he called Rupert Murdoch and had the terminology changed within 30 minutes. News Corp. owns14.5% of Alwaleed’s Rotana media group.