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Conquer the World & Propagate hatred, fanatism and discrimination: Islamic Banks, Islamic Companies & Islamic Charitable Organizations

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Submitted by Egyptian Christian (Egypt), Sep 27, 2007 at 06:45

Among all topics, I believe that this is one of the most important, dangereous and serious efforts done by muslims to conquer the world and apply sharia principles. I would like to thank you Mr. Pipes for raising this topic.

We should understand that these Islamic Institutions have clear religious and political agendas, and it is not related by any means to help the poor or to help the development efforts.

Helping the poor or helping in development is part of their propaganda and the usual series of muslims lies and hypocrisies about their history and religion.

Islamic banks, companies and Charitable Organizations are part of the vicious circle of muslims efforts to conquer the world.

I regret and wonder (with anger) why the US treasury, UK FSA, United Nations or the World Bank are cooperating with these institutions to promote hatred, discrimination, fanatism (wahabism) and Islamic Sharia.

1- These institutions had a clear role in terrorism financing and expanding islamic wahabism ideologoes all over the world, in the Middle East, Asia and even in the West. The connections between Islamic banks and Islamic Charitable organizations and terrorism are evidenced in the 9/11 attacks and the islamic attacks/jihad against tourists, christians and churches in Egypt and in many other countries.

You can check some cases among many other cases of Al-Taqwa Bank and Al-Rajhi Bank in wikipedia:(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Taqwa_Bank, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Rajhi_Bank).

Islamic organizations are continuing to grow through establishing Islamic currency (Islamic Dinar), Islamic mutual funds, Islamic capital market and islamic banks. They are expanding and growing even in the west, especially in UK and USA.

2- The Islamic Development Bank bylaws is mentioning clearly, the organization's determination to propage the application of Islamic Sharia principles all over the world, and they have done very good job already in the Middle East and Asia, with many countries shifting towards wahabism Islam; thanks to oil moneys.

3- These Islamic institutions are applying discriminatory practices that should be condemned and rejected by human rights organizations.

- For example, Faisal Islamic Bank of Egypt has obliged the Christians to sell their shares in the bank in the last 2 years and do not allow any non muslims to buy the bank's shares.

- All Islamic companies and many islamic banks in Egypt and elsewhere are openely and discriminatory do not recruit any christians or non-muslims in their companies. I had a friend, engineer, who applied for a job in one of these Islamic companies and in the interview he was asked about his religion and then he was asked to leave the room as he is not muslim.

- Islamic charitable organizations mention in their bylaws and even in their arabic websites that they are helping only muslims and the beneficiaries of their charity is for muslims only.

However, Western organizations are not discriminating by religion and usualy end up by helping also the muslims, and the christians in the Middle East are left helplessly to their fate.

- There are fatwas request from muslims to deal only with Islamic banks and islamic companies. This month, I watched new fatwas in TV ordering muslims in Egypt to go only to muslim doctors/physicians and generally not to buy and sell from Egyptian christians.

This is how Islam is conquering, intimidating and persecuting in a new soft way the non-muslims.

The islamization is working through the acquisition of companies and banks in other countries and in the West, investing in specific industries, ask international organizations like UN, World Bank to act compatible to Islamic way.


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