February 03, 2005

Saudi Venom

Daniel Pipes has a post up with links to a study of Saudi Arabian funded literature disseminated to American Mosques and Muslim organizations.

The sturdy was done by a think tank called Freedom House, and what they found was truly disturbing.

Here is a taste of what this literature advises American Muslims:

Reject Christianity as a valid faith: Any Muslim who believes "that churches are houses of God and that God is worshiped therein is an infidel."

Insist that Islamic law be applied: On a range of issues, from women (who must be veiled) to apostates from Islam ("should be killed"), the Saudi publications insist on full enforcement of Shariah in America.

See non-Muslims as the enemy: "Be dissociated from the infidels, hate them for their religion, leave them, never rely on them for support, do not admire them, and always oppose them in every way according to Islamic law."

See America as hostile territory: "It is forbidden for a Muslim to become a citizen of a country governed by infidels because this is a means of acquiescing to their infidelity and accepting all their erroneous ways."

Prepare for war against America: "To be true Muslims, we must prepare and be ready for jihad in Allah's way. It is the duty of the citizen and the government."

Can ANYONE read the above and still believe that Saudi Arabia, with it's hateful creed of Wahabism, is a friend to the US? Or that Islam in it's most prosperous forms is in any way a "Religion of Peace"?

Remember, this is being taught to Muslims in THIS country, we are supporting a nest of vipers on our own shores and it would behoove us to destroy the nest before we are fatally bitten.

I am NOT talking about treating Muslims as if they were blacks under the old Jim Crow era, I am talking about investigating what is truly being fomented in the Mosques and alerting the American public to it.
In those cases where concrete actions have been taken by members of the RoP in undermining the stability of the US; prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law.

hat tip to Kim du Toit

Posted by Delftsman3 at February 3, 2005 02:35 PM

This doesn't surprise me one bit. It is the same garbage that is found in Suadi children's text books.

That entire peninsula is trapped 2-400 years in the past. If they weren't sitting on so much oil they'd still live without any modern conveniences, in fact most do.

I never felt more unsecure than I did in the time I was in Saudi Arabia. I never went anywhere without my sidearm even if it was a "secure" area. I was more nervous of our "host" nation than I was of the threat of terrorism or any other outside attack.

SlagleRock Out!

Posted by: SlagleRock at February 3, 2005 02:51 PM
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