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For The Children (Yeah! That's the Ticket!)

Well, since the kuffar are so willing to give away money, why shouldn't Muslims take as much as they can, whether they need it or not? Let them pay for Jihad.

UNICEF has signed a “memorandum of understanding” with the International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO), a Saudi charity of massive scope that keeps branches in more than 20 countries and has over 100 offices worldwide.

According to UNICEF, it will be teaming with the charity’s domestic Saudi branch to “promote children’s rights, health, equality and education,” in the oil-rich kingdom — but the organization has been doing more than just charity work.

The U.S. Treasury Department has designated the IIRO’s branches in the Philippines and Indonesia as terrorist entities for funding and supporting terrorist groups that have killed hundreds in East Asia. The Philippine branch was founded by Usama bin Laden’s brother-in-law, Muhammad Jamal Khalifah, and has long had ties to Al Qaeda.

By the way, that "rights, health, equality and education" excludes little girls. They will, instead, be groomed for sex slaves. Just thought you ought to know...

  #DailyFodder


Comments:

#1 Cletus 14-Jun-2008
that video of the little girl dancing was really really [i]really[/i] [i][b]realllly[/i][/b] fucked up
#2 captainfish 14-Jun-2008
I whole-heartedly agree. That should be used as evidence by the UN to arrest someone for trafficking in child-sex-slaves.

(cough, cough) (toe-tapping)

Yeah, that won't happen. That is so sick. A little girl, probably a toddler, being used by men and women to solicit money like that.

That makes me sick to my stomach. And yet, there are people in this country and England who want our nations to be like that, or at the least welcome in that culture with open arms and changed laws.
#3 captainfish 14-Jun-2008
I just looked at the Fox News article. You left off the kicker response from UNICEF...

"But that hasn’t stopped the U.N. from recognizing the Saudi office as a legitimate relief group, nor has it stopped UNICEF — or other U.N. agencies — from working with it in the past.

According to Chris de Bono, UNICEF’s chief of media, “UNICEF does not and will not engage with” the two East Asian branches. Its new partnership is with the main Saudi branch only, and UNICEF will coordinate relief primarily for children living within Saudi Arabia, de Bono said."

Ok, several questions. One, why does OIL RICH Saudi Arabia need monetary relief from the UN? Wouldn't S.A. be one of the last countries that need UN Relief due to all the oil money that is flowing in to that country?

Two, is the UN really that full of idiots that they believe that a simple "MOU" will keep terrorists from money?

Three, is the UN really that stupid and pro-terrorist that they don't think the money given to S.A main branch WILL NOT go to the other branches including those that fully support terrorists??!?!

Four, what natural disaster has befallen S.A that they need UN Relief?
#4 Skul 14-Jun-2008
Captainfish, you make an interesting observation.
"One, why does OIL RICH Saudi Arabia need monetary relief from the UN?"

Makes me wonder about that myself.
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