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The US Gov’t Finances Islamic Terror
By de Andréa
Opinion Editorialist for
‘THE BOTTOM LINE’
Posted October 9, 2017
Te entire nation has been intentionally distracted by a heated dialogue about neo-Nazis and white supremacists. But what if I told you there was an Islamic charity that receives U.S. federal funding and uses it to support Jihadist ideology and to bankroll terrorism? Seems pretty far-fetched, right? Well, buckle your five way harness my friend.
First, let me explain that there is no such thing as charity in Islam. It just doesn’t exist. Charity requires benevolence, benevolence requires love and the word love does not appear in the Quran or any of the Islamic books.
Then, just as a matter of information, the Muslim Brotherhood organized in 1928 referred to in this article is the revived Ottoman Empire that was toppled four years earlier in 1924.
That being said:
Established in England in 1984, an organization called Islamic Relief is the largest Islamic so-called charity in the Western world, comprising dozens of branches around the globe. Its officials have dined at the White House, received awards from the British monarchy and enjoyed millions of dollars of funding from Western governments, including from the United States. As I have said on countless occasions we are supporting our own enemy.
The organization does some laudable work, Islamic Taqiyyah is always laced with a little truth. They help provide access to clean water. They provide food to the hungry, teach people to read. But mostly they happen to promote an ideology that encourages hatred and violence.
In 2015, the United Arab Emirates, a key ally of the United States, designated Islamic Relief as a terrorist organization because of its links to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas who of course also had links to then president Obama. . This ban followed similar accusations leveled against the charity in Israel and Egypt. In 2016 it emerged that the British international bank HSBC had closed down Islamic Relief’s accounts over terror financing.
Then, in January 2017, following a statement by a German minister in the Berlin Senate that Islamic Relief was closely connected with the German branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, Germany’s Federal Court of Auditors announced an investigation into the co-called charity for a potential misuse of the aid money.
And in April, The Times that Britain’s Charity Commission – the government’s regulator of non-profits – was investigating the charity’s decision to organize a tour with Yasir Qadhi, a Muslim American imam previously recorded telling his audience that killing homosexuals was part of his religion.
Through all of this, the U.S. branch of Islamic Relief (IR-USA) remained relatively unscathed. But recently uncovered evidence of, violent anti-Semitism expressed by senior officials of IR-USA threaten to make the growing scandal a pan-Atlantic affair. IR-USA’s current chairman is Khaled Lamada, a prominent Egyptian-American and a public supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Lamada’s Facebook page includes a number of alarmingly anti-Jewish posts. He has re-published text praising the “jihad” of the “Mujahideen of Egypt” for “causing the Jews many defeats” and shared posts that praise Hamas for inflicting a “huge defeat” against the “Zionist entity.” In addition, Lamada has circulated videos that claim the current leader of Egypt, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, is secretly Jewish and that he opposes the Muslim Brotherhood on the orders of the Jews. Lamada simply comments “I hope that this is not true.”
In response to these revelations, IR-USA of course said it “strongly rejects these unfounded accusations.” It added that “the personal attacks on Mr. Lamada result from inaccurate translations of Arabic,” although Islamic Relief failed to provide its own translations, and Lamada has since deleted the posts and restricted public access to his Facebook account.
Lamada is far from IR-USA’s only problem. In January, the Middle East Forum revealed that IR-USA is a key partner of a Hamas-linked Jihad terror supporting charity in Gaza named the Unlimited Friends Association, which, using money raised in America, gives money to the families of deceased Hamas terrorists. Then, in July, we found that another senior official of IR-USA, Yousef Abdallah, had published a story praising “martyrs” who provided guns to “kill more than 20 jews” and “fire rockets at Tel Aviv.” Elsewhere, Abdallah published text that referred to Jews as “stinking pigs.”
IR-USA is the largest Muslim charity in America. In 2015, it reported total revenue of over $108 million. Under the Obama administration, between 2015 and 2016, in addition to its tax free status the IR-USA received $370,000 of U.S. taxpayers’ money, and it has enjoyed hundreds of thousands of dollars from prominent U.S. corporate and community foundations across the country.
As the evidence of Islamic Relief’s links to Islamic Jihad and terror continue to mount around the world, Western governments, charitable foundations and faith leaders are defending their support of the organization.
THE BOTTOM LINE: This is not the first time I have written about so-called Muslim Jihadist Charities being supported by Western Governments including the U.S. Government - as well as U.S. Corporations and Christian churches. Click here to read more.
Note: Islam is not a religion. Not unlike Nazism, it is a political belief that the entire world must be subjected to a particular Ideology and law…Sharia law.
One Islam, one Quran, one Muslim, one Ideology, one Jihad, one struggle, one world Nation of Islam, the Grand Ummah.Thanks for listening my friend. Now go do the right thing, pray and fight for truth and freedom.
- de Andréa
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