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Hate Literature Distributed by Saudi Officials in the U.S.
Saudi officials disseminate hate literature openly in the United States, through such entities as the Institute for Islamic and Arabic Sciences in America (IIASA), in Fairfax, Va. and the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY), in Alexandria, Va. They show that official Saudi representatives in the United States promote belief that Jews are the source of all conflicts in the world, that Shi’a Muslims are part of a Jewish conspiracy, and that Muslims, Jews, and Christians cannot live together.
A new study by the Saudi Institute and the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies notes that, "Saudi officials disseminate hate literature openly in the United States." The Institute of Islamic and Arabic Sciences in America (funded by Riyadh) has published Abdullah Al-Tarekee's piece, "A Muslim's Relations with Non-Muslims -- Enmity or Friendship."
As noted in a recent column, "The Anti-Semitism of the Saudis," by Deroy (cq) Murdock (a senior fellow with the Atlas Economic Research Foundation in Fairfax, Va., whose column is distributed by Scripps Howard News Service), the document states: "The unbelievers, idolaters, and others like them must be hated and despised. We must stay away from them and create barriers between us and them. (The) Qur'an (forbids) taking Jews and Christians as friends, and that applies to every Jew and Christian, with no consideration as to whether they are at war with Islam or not."