Thursday, June 16, 2011

Georgetown University Receives Thousands Of Dollars From Multinational Islamic Organization

Georgetown's John Esposito
Georgetown University has some explaining to do based on documents obtained exclusively by PJM from a confidential law enforcement source. The documents reveal a scheme to pass $325,000 through the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), which has been identified by the FBI as a front for the Hamas terrorist organization
The money was paid to Georgetown by the 57-nation Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) to promote its “Islamophobia” agenda, which includes its stated international objective of criminalizing any criticism of Islam. 
Even more troubling: evidence that Georgetown is not the only American university to cooperate with CAIR and the OIC in their joint plan to subvert the First Amendment right to free speech. The plot was apparently initiated in 2006 by discussions between the OIC, CAIR, and Georgetown’s Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding (CMCU). An email dated November 20, 2006, sent from OIC permanent observer to the UN Abdul Wahab to Nihad Awad and Hadia Mubarak — a CAIR board member and Georgetown CMCU “senior researcher” — urged them to expedite arrangements. The email also promised that funds would be transferred to Georgetown as soon as the OIC received a letter from John Esposito, director of Georgetown’s CMCU.
Link (here) to the lengthy article and back story at Pajamas Media 
Link (here) to Jihad Watch

1 comment:

TonyD said...

If a particular society wants to criminalize or decriminalize some words or actions they should be allowed to do that. But that is much different from imposing those values on other communities.

The push for criminalization is "in defiance of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights protections of freedom of speech and freedom of religion."

As I said before, it can be difficult to see your own reflection.