U.S. demands answers from Saudis

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  1. Bro. Curtis

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    WASHINGTON - The American government is demanding that Saudi Arabia account for its distribution of hate material to American mosques, as the State Department pressed Saudi officials for answers last week and as the Senate later this month plans to investigate the propagation of radical Wahhabism on American shores.

    The flurry of activity comes months after a report from the Center for Religious Freedom discovered that dozens of mosques in major cities across the country, including New York, Washington, and Los Angeles, were distributing documents, bearing the seal of the government of Saudi Arabia, that incite Muslims to acts of violence and promote hatred of Jews and Christians.

    A Washington-based group that is part of the human rights organization Freedom House, the Center for Religious Freedom also found during its yearlong study that the Saudi-produced materials describe democracy and America as un-Islamic. They instruct recent Muslim immigrants to consider Americans as enemies and the materials urge new arrivals to use their time here as preparation for jihad. The documents also promote the version of Islam officially embraced by Saudi government and several of the September 11, 2001, hijackers, Wahhabism, as the only authentic Islam.


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    I'm sure it's just "Islamaphobia". They're really a peaceful religion. George Bush said so.

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    15 of the 19 9/11 hijackers were Saudi. Two from Egypt and two from Kuwait and he invades Iraq. Go figure. Could it be that since he's personally borrowed many millions of dollars from them he looks the other way?
     
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    I wonder how many of the military / security forces killed defending Iraq against terrorists were Iraqis. Of those who died, how many were Muslims? Quick quiz here: which nation has more military fatalities due to troops / security forces fighting against terrorists in the war in Iraq: USA or Iraq?

    http://icasualties.org/oif/IraqiDeaths.aspx

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    Nothing will come of it because the Saudis own the Bush family.
     
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    Anything to back that up ? Was Carter equally owned ? Does Senator Specter know the Saudis own Bush ? Is Karen Hughes aware of this, also ? :rolleyes:

    I'm waiting for the 26th. I'll post what I can find. Perhaps by then billwald can post up some proof as to why this inquiry will be fruitless.
     
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    Did the Saudis buy a president?
    How much money has flowed from the House of Saud to the Bush family and its friends and allies over the years? No one will ever know -- but the number is at least $1.477 billion.

    If the Saudis had been happy with the presidency of George H.W. Bush -- and they were -- they must have been truly ecstatic, in the summer of 2000, that his son was the Republican candidate for president. Indeed, the relationship between the two dynasties had come a long way since the seventies when Saudi banking billionaire Khalid bin Mahfouz and Salem bin Laden had flown halfway around the world to buy a secondhand airplane from James Bath, George W. Bush's old friend from decades before. Even bin Mahfouz's subsequent financing of the Houston skyscraper for James Baker's family bank or the Saudi bailout of Harken Energy that helped George W. Bush make his fortune were small potatoes compared with what had happened since.
    The Bushes and their allies controlled, influenced or possessed substantial positions in a vast array of companies that dominated the energy and defense sectors. Put it all together, and there were myriad ways for the House of Bush to engage in lucrative business deals with the House of Saud and the Saudi merchant elite.

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    Lost in transition

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    The idea that Bush cares more about Saudi oil money than our safety is insane.
     
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    Reviews

     
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    I knew it. Bush hates joos, so he's actually encouraging the Saudis to fill the mosques with hate literature, while at the same time he gets two of his party leaders to investigate them, so he can appear to be concerned.

    And you guys call him dumb.
     
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    Bush isn't the brains in the game he's more like the running back running the same old plays for the globalists from the same old playbook used to build all the empires of the past.

    I'm thinking the elite owners of the team are getting a little tired of him getting tackled in the backfield too. I wouldn't be all that surprised to see a roster change soon. Time to give a injured globalist some time on the bench and bring out a fresh one. ;)
     
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    The Saudis bankrolled Bush's first business venture.
     
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    The Texas Rangers ?
     
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    His oil business.
     
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    Proof?
     
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    They bankrolled his first oil co. It was called Arbusto which is spanish for Bush I am told. It's a matter of public record if you care to look.
     
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    Usually, Brother James, one who makes an allegation and is asked to prove it, does so.

    However, I have found no public record or other credible source to back up billwald's assertion.

    Perhaps you would like to provide me with a credible source or the "public record" involved.
     
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    One of the reasons Wikpedia is a questionable source is they sometimes lead you to believe certain conclusions that are not necessarily true.

    James Bath was a small investor in Arbusto. Among other things, he represented the Bin Laden's at times.

    There is no proof that I have seen to establish as fact that the small investment he made in Arbusto actually came from the Bin Ladens.
     
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    Man, you are one of the party faithfull!
     
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    Man, you are one of the party faithfull! </font>[/QUOTE]I'm not a Republican at all.

    And you can definitely change my mind. Provide proof in the form of proven facts and I'll agree with you.
     

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