Alwaleed bin Talal promises $41 billion fortune to “charity”

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You know what  that means. “Charity” is code speak for da’awa, jihad and Islamisation by any means. 

Prince Alwaleed said his charity “will help build bridges to foster cultural understanding, (for Islam) develop communities (in the West) empower women, (Muslim women of course) enable youth (to fight jihad), provide vital disaster relief (for Muslims) and create a more tolerant and accepting world”. (Translation: remove all hindrances to the Islamisation in the West)

Bridges with Islam? Muslim Brotherhood theorist Sayyid Qutb explained:

The chasm between Islam and Jahiliyyah [the society of unbelievers] is great, and a bridge is not to be built across it so that the people on the two sides may mix with each other, but only so that the people of Jahiliyyah may come over to Islam.

Saudi billionaire owner of Kingdom Holding Company Prince Alwaleed
Alwaleed said the funds would be used for humanitarian projects and initiatives. (AFP: STR)

The Investors Business Daily smells a rat:

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Islamofascism: Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, a senior member of the Saudi monarchy, says he’ll pledge his $32 billion fortune to charity. In light of his past donations, this is a highly concerning development.Alwaleed says he will model his endowment on the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, only with a twist: Much of his philanthropic work will help “foster cultural understanding” of Islam in America and the West.

That means promoting the kingdom’s brand of Islam, while censoring criticism of Islam.

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Saudi tycoon Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has promised his entire $US32 billion ($41.8 billion) fortune to charitable projects in coming years in one of the biggest ever such pledges.

The pledge is “maybe … the first such big announcement” of its kind in the region, and is modelled on a charity established by Microsoft founder Bill Gates in the United States, the prince told reporters.

Prince Alwaleed said his charity “will help build bridges to foster cultural understanding, develop communities, empower women, enable youth, provide vital disaster relief and create a more tolerant and accepting world”.

The money “will be allocated according to a well-devised plan throughout the coming years”, he said, but stressed there was no time limit for the donation to be spent.

He said he would head a board of trustees tasked with spending the funds which would still be used after his death “for humanitarian projects and initiatives”.

The 60-year-old magnate belongs to the Saudi royal family and is a nephew of king Abdullah, who died on January 23.

In the conservative Headchopping Muslim kingdom, Prince Alwaleed, who holds no government rank, is unusual for his high profile and periodic comments about economic issues.

He is the owner of Kingdom Holding, which has interests ranging from the media to the Euro Disney theme park and the Four Seasons hotels and Citigroup.

The prince is constructing a tower in the Red Sea city of Jeddah that is to rise more than one kilometre to be the world’s tallest building.

Earlier this year, he opened a pan-Arab news channel in Bahrain but authorities there shut the station after less than 24 hours and a new home is being sought. (The Arabs know each other. The Bahreini’s know that “Pan-Arab” means hardcore Saudi Wahabi propaganda)

Prince Alwaleed told reporters he had already donated a total of $US3.5 billion over more than 35 years through his Alwaleed Philanthropies. (Nearly all of it for mosques and madrassas and to fight the global jihad)

The charity has distributed houses and provided electricity to isolated Saudi communities, while supporting other projects around the world.

He said he announced his pledge now, after years of preparation, to institutionalise the process “so they can continue after my lifetime”.

Flanked by his son Prince Khaled and daughter Princess Reem, he said they would be president and vice-president of the charity after he died.

“I believe that a person should take dramatic and drastic decisions at his peak,” Prince Alwaleed said, proclaiming himself to be in good shape.

“I’m very healthy, enough to bike every day three hours,” he said. “I assure you my health is good.”

Continued Sharia Creep:

Published reports and books reveal Alwaleed already has pledged millions to radical Muslim Brotherhood front groups that have a secret plan to Islamize America and spread Shariah law throughout the West. These pro-jihad groups can now count on a massive and virtually endless infusion of cash to their war chests.

Alwaleed has extensive ties to Brotherhood leaders. For example, he tapped “tele-Islamist” Tariq Al-Suwaidan, widely reported to be a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in Kuwait, as the channel director of his Islamic religious TV outlet Al Risala.

The network’s “Supreme Advisory Committee” has included Abdullah Omar Naseef, whom ex-federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy says is “a major Muslim Brotherhood figure” who has helped raise funds for al-Qaida.

Alwaleed made headlines after 9/11 when he donated $10 million to the World Trade Center fund only to have then-New York mayor Rudy Giuliani return the check. After presenting the money, the Saudi billionaire issued a press statement blaming the terrorist attacks on U.S. support for Israel while “our Palestinian brethren continue to be slaughtered at the hands of the Israelis.”

The next year, Alwaleed donated a whopping $27 million to a Saudi telethon for the violent Palestinian intifada against Israel, according to the Clarion Project.

Also in 2002, he gave $500,000 to the Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations, which federal authorities have linked to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.

In 2005, moreover, he spent $40 million to expand Islamic studies at U.S. colleges — donating $20 million to Harvard University to create a campuswide Shariah law studies program, while pumping another $20 million into Georgetown University for a “Muslim-Christian understanding” program run by notorious Islamic apologist John Esposito.

Despite fawning press reports, Alwaleed’s charitable pledge is no cause for celebration. It’s cause for alarm. His billions will finance Islamist pressure groups who exist to force Western civilization to yield to Islamic no-go zones, Shariah courts and blasphemy laws.

If unmatched by patriotic philanthropists, the Saudi prince’s huge endowment could be a major setback for state and local efforts to push back against Islamization.

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3 thoughts on “Alwaleed bin Talal promises $41 billion fortune to “charity””

  1. The Slimeballs just never give up, do they? They’re shitting money that we ‘infidels’ are giving them for oil, and in gratitude they’re going to transform us into good little Dhimmis.. .within our own countries! This might work with pussies like Camoron, but the rest of us won’t surrender so easily.

    What has to happen is the West take over all the Arab oil producing crapholes, and get rid of the Allah Headchoppers permanently, Allahu Akhbar!

  2. Marine LePen of France has the answer.

    Follow the money, trace the sources of funding for the mosques and shut them down and then deconstruct each and every one and deport the Imams and Mullahs.

    Regards, Don laird

  3. “The Investors Business Daily smells a rat:”

    Yes we should be all be able to smell a rat. But few of us do.

    Maybe except for Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller.

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