Shortcomings in enforcement allow Saudi individuals and charities to aid Jihadists
Shortcomings in enforcement are allowing Saudi individuals and charitable organizations to steer financial support to Jihadist terrorists according to a GAO report.
SFW has acquired a copy of the GAO report and will file a complete profile soon. However, according to the article linked below, though Saudi individuals and charities are acknowledged to support Jihadist terrorists, the GAO insists that there is no evidence that the Saudi government supports terrorist organizations.
This is puzzling, given the fact that many of the individuals who support Jihad in Saudi Arabia are princes, members of the royal family and some of the biggest donors to the charities which fund Jihad cited in the article below are also members of the royal family. (The royal family in Saudi Arabia numbers some 30,000 and there are very many Saudi princes who derive their entire income from generous allowances from the regime.)