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Qatar Gives $100,000 to Texas School to Push Arabic Language and Islam

A Texas public school is accepting funding from one of the most infamous and pernicious sponsorsof Islamic jihad terror: Qatar.

Qatar is arguably the preeminent sponsor of terror in the world today. It is a benefactor of the genocidal armies of ISIS, al Qaeda, and Boko Haram; it is involved in Taliban narcotics trafficking through a relationship with the Pakistani National Logistics Cell; and profits from operating a virtual slave state. Qatar is involved in terror operations from Nigeria to Gaza to Syria to Iraq.

How is it legal for a public school to accept funds to push Islam from a terror-supporting Muslim country?

Here is further proof of how the West mischaracterizes and willfully misunderstands Islam. As Mark Steyn pointed out in an interview with me a few years back, on the face of it, yes, Arabic is a language. In a sense there would be no difference between opening a foreign language school — a Spanish language school or a french language school — but in fact Arabic is more than a language. It is explicated the language of Islam, so in that sense it is part of the Islamic religious imperial project. Islam and jihad advances through the Arabic language. And you go all kinds of places that aren’t in the Arab world now, like Pakistan, Indonesia, Central Asia, the Balkans, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Canada and the United States, and you will here those Imams preaching in Arabic. Arabic is not just another language like French or Italian, it is the spearhead of an ideological project that is deeply opposed to the United States.

“Qatar Gives $100,000 to Texas School to Push Arabic Language and Culture,” By Merrill Hope, Breitbart, June 2, 2016:

The Qatar Foundation International (QFI) granted $100,000 to a Texas school district to promote Arabic language and culture classes that begin next school year. This marks the third school district in Texas to accept funds from the Qatari non-profit’s global gift-giving arm.

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