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    Report: Saudi Arabia's largest financier of extremism in Britain

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    Post by Rocky Wed 05 Jul 2017, 6:05 am

    Report: Saudi Arabia's largest financier of extremism in Britain




    The newspaper "The Guardian" British published a report, which reported that "Saudi Arabia comes on top of the list of countries that promote extremism."

    The report notes that "the support received by the extremists in Britain usually comes from Saudi Arabia, and the British government to investigate the coming from the Gulf states financial support sources."

    The report prepared by the government, which asked religious associations in Britain to detect sources of funding they receive.

    The paper says that the results of the report comes at a time when British Prime Minister Theresa May is under pressure to publish a report prepared by the Ministry of the Interior, at the request of the former prime minister, about the sources of funding for extremism in the United Kingdom, noting that critics of the government believe that the reason for not published on time in the spring last year, is linked to his criticism of Saudi Arabia.

    The report cites sources in the government, saying that Mai is still considering whether to be published or not, pointing out that because of the unwillingness of the House of Representatives in parliament, angering a strategic ally in the Gulf, they decided not to publish a report prepared by the Committee on Foreign Affairs on the same subject.

    And it supplied the paper, citing a report, "Henry Jackson" Society, as saying: "Since the sixties of the last century, the Saudi-sponsored effort funded by millions of dollars to spread Wahhabism throughout the entire Islamic world, including Muslim communities in the West."

    He added: "has taken support in Britain, the form of endowments for mosques and educational institutions, which led the role of the host of the advocates of extremists and the distribution of literature extremist, and influenced by the training of British Muslim leaders in Saudi Arabia, in addition to the use of educational courses Saudi Arabia in a number of independent Islamic schools."

    The report continued that "a number of the most dangerous preachers of hate in Britain came from within the mantle of ideological Salafist Wahhabism, and they have links to terrorist financing abroad, through the study in Saudi Arabia, or because they are part of the scholarship programs, or receiving the literature of extremism within Britain."

    The report notes that as part of the investigation into the financing of terrorism, the report calls for the Assembly that the Committee on Counter Terrorism, announced by the government in her speech, addressing the financing of extremism and its source from abroad, as a priority.

    Author of the report quotes a colleague in response to extremism and terrorism at the Henry Jackson Society Center, Tom Wilson, said: "At a time when the longer states of the Gulf and Iran is guilty of promoting extremism, Saudi Arabia comes undoubtedly at the top of the list."

    Wilson adds: "research reveals that some Saudi individuals heavily engaged in the export of the Wahhabi ideology of fanatical Allalabralah, It is ironic that the Saudi accusing Qatar relationship with extremists, when clearly failed to arrange for her home."

    British researcher, he said that "the Saudi leaders recognized the need to limit the financing of extremism, including the establishment of a center to counter extremism this year, especially Wahhabism support level was increasing."

    The newspaper notes that Saudi Arabia is spending since 2007, nearly two billion dollars; to support Wahhabism around the world, the report says that the amount doubled by the year 2015.

    According to the report, the impact of this spending on the back of Britain: In 2007, the number of mosques associated with the Salafi ideology reached 68 mosques, to increase in seven years to 110 mosques.

    Also reports that Islamic charities are funded mosques, where Abu Qatada and Abu Hamza al-Masri and Abdullah al-Faisal and Omar Bakri Mohammed of the most famous preachers who expressed Salafi ideas, pointing out that the report estimates the number of patrons of mosques Salafi by the year 2014 about 44 994 serologically .

    The paper shows that the report indicates that "Trust" Forum received support from Qatar, pointing out that it is linked to a number of mosques that are relevant to stringent, and the number of young people travel to Syria.

    The report reveals that it prevents the financing of mosques in Austria, while in France, the government has temporarily prevented, while the German government imposed some measures in the wake of a security report showing financial support for mosques and funding for the endowment, the government closed down.

    And cites the writer Henry Jackson's report concludes: "It seems that a number of countries to influence policy in Muslim societies, and to promote the version of Islam liberal -ovi sometimes anti-Grb- deliberate and organized, and an increase in the provision in recent years levels of financial support."

    And concludes, "The Guardian" report with reference to the report said: "With this funding comes from people apparently independent institutions, but the research done by German security agencies shows that these institutions are linked to a number of Gulf states."


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