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CAIR accepted $500,000 from Saudi HRH Prince Talal for CAIR campaign to infiltrate US public libraries with radical ideology

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Submitted by Emily Emerson (United States), Jul 29, 2005 at 18:55

...CAIR Executive Director, and co-founder, Nihad Awad personally accepted a check for $500,000 from the hand of Prince Talal in Saudi Arabia when Awad was there in 2002. This money was earmarked for CAIR's "Library Project"
http://www.cairnet.org/libraryproject which is providing a free package of books on Islam that promote fundamentalist Islamic ideology - and the midevil interpretations of the life of Mohammed. http://www.americansagainsthate.com/releases/PR-Badawi.htm. Such ideology is the root of all Islamic terrorists belief systems.

This so-called Muslim Civil Rights organization accepts hundreds of thousands of dollars from a leading member of the ruling Saudi royal family. A family who along with the radical fundamentalist clerics have created a totalitarian regime that oppresses, repressses, suppresses, and violates their own Muslim brothers and sisters human rights on a daily basis. Funny the irony and hypocrisy of this situation doesn't raise eyebrows of all the American-Muslims so concerned with civil rights... I guess CAIR is only deeply concerned about Muslims' civil and human rights when it serves their agenda.. which clearly is not pure given the company they keep and the financial donations they have accepted, including Saudi money for their Washington DC office building.

This library package deserves increased scrutiny and if you are a parent.. I suggest you find out if this generous book gift has been bestowed on your unsuspecting children in their school libraries and the public libraries in your community.

Al-Walid Bin Talal donates half a million for CAIR campaign in the USA

Saudi Arabia-USA, Local, 11/19/2002
http://www.arabicnews.com/ansub/Daily/Day/021119/2002111910.html
The office of the Saudi prince al-Walid Bin Talal announced in a statement it issued yesterday that it offer a donation of USD half a million to finance a campaign organized by the Council of the Arab- Islamic relations CAIR in the USA in order to defend Islam in the American society.

The statement added that the donation which was handed to the council's director general Nuhad [Nihad] Awad, currently visiting Saudi Arabia, will be dedicated to buy 3,000 collections of educational and cultural books about Islam that will be circulated on 3,000 public American libraries. Each collection is composed of 14 books, two aido-visual material.

The contribution also includes financing a media campaign in the American media at an average of one publication per week for a period of 52 weeks, dedicated to brief on the life activity of Prophet Muhammad.

CAIR is currently holding a campaign to provide 16,000 public libraries in the USA with books about Islam and Muslims aiming at having access to the open- educated class in the American society.
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