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When will the Saudi Wahhabi clerics be held accountable for the terrorism around the WORLD—Saudi mea culpa – Washington Times——————-The Saudi clergy has sent Wahhabi clerics as missionaries all over the world to build mosques and set up madrassas (Koranic schools that teach only religion, to the exclusion of all other disciplines). There are about 2,000 mosques in the United States, most of them started by Wahhabi clerics.

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The Saudi clergy has sent Wahhabi clerics as missionaries all over the world to build mosques and set up madrassas (Koranic schools that teach only religion, to the exclusion of all other disciplines). There are about 2,000 mosques in the United States, most of them started by Wahhabi clerics.

In 1979, scores of Muslim terrorists seized the Grand Mosque in Mecca and kept Saudi security forces at bay for two weeks. Non-Muslims are not allowed anywhere near Mecca or Medina, so Saudi authorities deny to this day that French specialists were called in with sophisticated methods to subdue the Wahhabi rebellion. The Wahhabi revolutionaries had sought refuge in the catacombs. The French specialists advised them to flood them and then stick high voltage cables in the water.

The University for the Education of Truth, a leading madrassa in Khattak near Peshawar, graduated nine out of Taliban’s top 10 leaders. With a student body of 2,500, the institution is fully funded by the Saudi clergy and wealthy Saudis. Its president, Sami ul-Haq, is now a prominent member of the MMA — a coalition of six political-religious parties that governs the Northwest Frontier Province, shares power in Baluschistan and holds 20 percent of the seats in the National Assembly in Islamabad. Mr. Sami is a close friend of Osama Bin Laden.

U.S. aid to Pakistan includes some $100 million over five years to reform the madrassas and revise the curriculum to include other disciplines besides religion. A small number of these schools have gone along with reform; the overwhelming majority of religious teachers have told the authorities to butt out. Saudi Wahhabi money is still outspending U.S. aid to education reform by 10 to 1.



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Saudi mea culpa – Washington Times.

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