The Saudis are buying media all over the Middle East to spread Wahhabism, the strictest form of Islam. A financially-strapped Christian-owned television station in Lebanon reached out for it. Qatar is trying to get back to their Wahhabist roots, and making great strides. How much is Saudi Arabia spending in Qatar? Read the following about Lebanon, and below it find a reminder of how the Qatar Foundation International (QFI) boasts of more than one hundred U.S. schools and organizations [August 2013] connected to the Connect All Schools program, and Connect All Schools is connected to the One World Education program. Our Department of Defense has ‘connected’ to all of them. Obama’s friend, Vartran Gregorian, an Iranian-born naturalized American citizen, is connected to Connect All Schools. Gregorian serves on the board of The Qatar Foundation International. Arizona received a $465,000 grant from QFI, money to create “innovative curricula and teaching materials to be used in any Arabic language classroom… .” Wonderful for our kids to learn a foreign language, right? Young, fertile minds. The hope of America? Common Core’s Pearson Education is promoting the “Flat Classroom.” Translation: “Global Collaboration.” What do you know about The International Baccalaureat (IB)?
[A] secret document reveals that a directive was given on May 8, 2012 to form a committee to exploit Murr TV’s financial troubles by offering a bribe in return for pro-Saudi coverage. The committee had representatives from the Saudi Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Finance, Culture, Media and General Intelligence Agency.
Murr TV’s board chairman requested $20 million from the Saudis. The committee met on May 15, 2012 and decided that only $5 million would be offered.
The network’s website boasts of its “independence,” saying it started in 1991 and began covering news in 1995. The Lebanese government was unhappy with its coverage and shut it down in 2002. It then re-launched in 2009…
Emphasizing that in principle the support to any foreign media should serve the policy of the Kingdom and its interests. The committee doesn’t see anything to prevent the support of MTV within this policy,” the committee is reported as stating. Read the full story at Counter Jihad Report
One World Education. Three words with a real program behind them. Connect All Schools. Three words with a real program behind them. Saudi Arabia Wahhabism. Three words with a real agenda behind them.
A handful of similar programs funded by the Qatar charity exist in other American cities. In 2012, for example, the nonprofit provided $250,000 for a three-year pilot project for Arabic language at P.S. 368 in Harlem, reports DNA info New York.Source
If you click the link ‘reports’ in the line above you’ll see the following:
The classes are voluntary this year, but next year, all second through fifth grade students will be required to take Arabic as part of the curriculum.
The program is the first of its kind in New York City to integrate Arabic into an elementary school curriculum, organizers said.
The classes are a joint program between the Language Project and the Washington, D.C.-based, non-profit Qatar Foundation International.
“This is important because in the near future, Arabic is going to be a global language,” Mamdouh added.
“These kids are like sponges the way they learn the pronunciation and the words.”
What do you know about the The International Baccalaureat? Three words with a real program behind it. Find a U.S. IB program here.
1964, The International Baccalaureate (IB) program was founded in Geneva, Switzerland. Beginning with only high school programs it has now extended to K-12. Switzerland is a socialist-leaning country, if you think not, you’re wrong. A vote of citizens on a guaranteed monthly income, no strings attached, if you breath and you qualify, is pending. At stake is a $2,800 check from the government, each and every month, forever. It’s called “basic income.” According to Business Insider, the “basic income” replaces welfare. Here is one example of how the IB works in American schools today:
Part of the IB admission process requires student essays. Do you think a child with a conservative upbringing, or conservative thought of his/her own can get into the IB program, if she/he puts it down on paper? No, I don’t either.
Good grief, the Saudi’s are buying Christian media in Lebanon, and while the station says they are “independent,” the Saudis have the hammer, and with the hammer comes the spread of Wahhabism.
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