hat tip-Margo I.

Al Maktoum is VP of the UAE, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai and involved in many of the Dubai/Saudi Shariah deals.  Bin Talal controls close to 95% of Kingdom Holding Company, the largest company in Saudi Arabia…also the largest shareholder in Newscorp other than the Murdoch family.  Only 5% of the company’s shares are public, the rest is privately owned by the prince. We know that they both fund CAIR, an un indicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land trial, and identified by the FBI as part of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestine Committee.  CLICK HERE FOR THE ENTIRE LINEUP.
Hamdan Bin Rashid Al-MakhtoumCAIR


To stem the tide of the public relations disaster that was the UAE ports deal, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), on May 21, 2006, announced on its website its decision “to build a property in the United States to serve as an endowment for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).” This proposal, reportedly worth just under $75 million dollars, was endorsed by Bin Rashid Al-Makhtoum, who holds the positions of Deputy Ruler of Dubai, UAE and UAE Minister of Finance and Industry. (Paul Sperry, ‘The CAIR-U.A.E. Connection, FrontPage Magazine, June 20, 2006)
According to CAIR’s Executive Director, Nihad Awad, “The endowment will serve as a source of income and will further allow us to reinvigorate our media campaign projecting Islam and its principles of tolerance, which is based on promotion of peace, co-existence and dialogue among various religions and cultures.” (UAE INTERACT, ‘Hamdan okays setting up endowment in US,’ May 21, 2006)

Dubai holds the deed to CAIR’s current Washington, D.C. location. (Paul Sperry, Infiltration: How Muslim Spies and Subversives have Penetrated Washington, 2005)


Alwaleed Bin TalalCAIR Financier

Bin Talal gifted $500,000 towards CAIR’s library book initiative, called ‘Islamic Culture & Civilization,’ which began in September of 2002. Through this project, Islamic book packages were distributed to public libraries nationwide. (American Libraries Online, ‘Islamic Materials Campaign Funded by Saudi Prince,’ December 9, 2002) The books included: Abdullah Yusuf Ali’s The Meaning of THE HOLY QURAN, a version of the Quran that has been banned by the Los Angeles public school system for having numerous anti-Jewish commentaries, (Doug Smith, Henry Weinstein and Teresa Watanabe, Los Angeles Times, ‘Schools Remove Donated Books,’ February 7, 2002) and Paul Findley’s ‘Silent No More,’ a book that lauds convicted terrorist Abdulrahman Alamoudi and alleged neo-Nazi William Baker. (Americans Against Hate, ‘CAIR OFFERING BOOK TO LIBRARIES PRAISING CONVICTED TERRORIST AND NEO-NAZI,’ July 23, 2005)
In June of 2006, CAIR announced that it was planning a meeting with Bin Talal to finance a five-year $50 million media campaign devised “to create a better understanding of Islam and Muslims in the US.” (Javid Hassan, Arab News – Saudi Arabia, ‘Media Campaign in US to Dispel Islamophobia,’ June 21, 2006)

In April of 2002, Bin Talal donated $27 million during a three-day telethon sponsored by the Saudi government group, the Committee for Support of the al-Aqsa Intifada. The total amount raised, during the telethon, was close to $110 million; Bin Talal had been the single largest donor. According to Israeli intelligence, this money was the main source of funding that went to 36 families of Palestinian terrorists, including eight families of suicide bombers. (Insight Magazine)

In October of 2001, former Mayor of New York, Rudolph Giuliani, refused to accept a check for $10 million from Bin Talal, after Bin-Talal said that the United Stated needed to “re-examine its policies” towards Palestinians in the Middle East, in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. (BBC News, ‘New York rejects Saudi Millions, October 12, 2001)

“The whole issue is that I spoke about their position [on the Middle East conflict] and they didn’t like it because there are Jewish pressures and they were afraid of them.” (statement by Alwaleed Bin Talal, Saudi daily Okaz, on why Mayor Giuliani rejected his $10 million donation, October 13, 2001)



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