Dec 23 2011
How about that $3.9 billion in U.S. tax dollars that the Obama Regime is giving in financial aid to Saudi Arabia? Yes, ‘financial aid!’
We are giving them billions and they are using textbooks which teach children to hate non-Muslims – telling them that the “Jews must be annihilated, women are irresponsible, and homosexuals must be put to death because they pose a danger at society.”
In fairness, its not just the Obama Regime, George Bush was giving them financial aid, too. $3.9 billion is the total since 2005.
This FOX News reports lays most of the blame for this policy on the State Department, run by Hijabi Hillary Clinton. “This is where terrorism starts, in the education system.” Ali Al-Ahmed, director of the Institute for Gulf Affairs, told Fox News. Al-Ahmed, a Saudi national, said the textbooks, made and paid for by the Saudi government, were smuggled out of the kingdom through confidential sources.
In a textbook for 10th-graders, printed for the 2010-2011 academic year, al-Ahmed said teenagers are taught barbaric practices. “They show students how to cut (the) hand and the feet of a thief,” he said. In another textbook, for ninth-graders, the students are taught the annihilation of the Jewish people is imperative. One text reads in part: “The hour (of judgment) will not come until the Muslims fight the Jews and kill them. … There is a Jew behind me come and kill him.”
Al-Ahmed say the textbooks are both a Saudi and an American problem. “If you teach six million children in these important years of their lives, if you install that in their brain, no wonder we have so many Saudi suicide bombers.” After the 9/11 terrorist attacks, there was an intense focus on Saudi Arabia and its educational teachings because almost all of the attackers were from the kingdom. In 2006, Saudi Ambassador to the U.S. Prince Turki al-Faisal told the Chicago Council on Foreign Relationships that the Saudi king was determined to eradicate this ideology of hate. “In Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah recognizes that above all else education is the key, and he has put forth a program of reforms in this area,” al-Faisal said. “In recent years, the kingdom has reviewed all of its education practices and materials and has removed any element that is inconsistent with the needs of a modern education. Not only have we eliminated what is objectionable from old textbooks that were in our system, we have also implemented a comprehensive internal revision and modernization plan. “ But the new textbooks, most from the 2010-2011 academic year, show the hateful speech remains. When Fox News offered to show the quotes to the minister, he said, “there are many quotes” and walked away.