| Saudis funding 20% of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign
| Monday, July 25, 2016
|The U.S. imam Warith Deen Mohammed said in 1999:
“In Saudi Arabia it’s the Wahabi school of thought…and they say, ‘We’re
gonna give you our money, then we want you to…prefer our school of
thought.’ That’s in there whether they say it or not. So there is a
problem receiving gifts that seem to have no attachment, no strings
attached.” “Muslims are peaceful and tolerant people and have nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism.” — Hillary Clinton
“The Clinton Foundation…disclosed in 2008 that it had accepted up to
US$25 million from the Saudi Kingdom in the same year. Other foreign
governments who have donated money to the Clintons include…Kuwait,
Qatar, Brunei, Oman…” Hillary Clinton is bought and paid for. “Saudis Fund 20% of Clinton Presidential Campaign: Top Prince,” teleSUR, June 13, 2016:
…Saudi Arabia has paid more than 20 percent of the cost
of Hillary Clinton’s campaign for presidential elections, Saudi Deputy
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was quoted as saying Sunday in a news
report by the Jordanian Petra News Agency. According to the Middle East Eye news website, the report was later
deleted from the agency’s website.
However, a snapshot of the original
Arabic version was later republished by the Washington-based Institute
for Gulf Affairs. “Saudi Arabia has always sponsored both Republican and Democratic
Parties of America and… the kingdom also provides with full enthusiasm
20 percent of the cost of Hillary Clinton’s campaign in the U.S.
presidential elections despite the fact that some influential forces
within the country don’t have a positive look toward supporting the
candidate because she is a woman,” the agency’s report quoted Prince
Mohammed as saying….
The Clinton Foundation, which is chaired by both Hillary and her
husband Bill Clinton, disclosed in 2008 that it had accepted up to US$25
million from the Saudi Kingdom in the same year.
Other foreign governments who have donated money to the Clintons
include Norway, Kuwait, Qatar, Brunei, Oman, Italy and Jamaica, which
together donated around US$20 million….
|posted by D.Swami Gwekanandam @ 12:37 PM