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IS WALMART FUNDING RADICAL ISLAMIC SCHOOLS IN USA?

STEELANGEL 凸 Metal Up 凸 2010/08/22 17:39:24
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NEW CORPORATE SPONSOR FOR UNIVERSAL CALIPHATE?

MILLIONS FOR GULEN’S MADRASSAHS!!

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Paul L. Williams, Ph.D.

The Walton Family Foundation is shelling out millions to fund
charter schools with alleged ties to militant Islam throughout the
country.

At the schools, which have been “inspired” by Imam Fethullah Gulen,
students are immersed in Turkish customs, rituals, and language. They
take part in so-called “Turkish Olympics” and are encouraged to make
annual pilgrimages to Istanbul and Ankara. The schools allegedly foster
the dream of the restoration of the Ottoman Empire and dismiss all
accounts of the Armenian Christian holocaust as fanciful myths.

According to Stephen Schwartz of the Center for Islamic Pluralism,
the students at the Gulen schools are also stepped in the tenets of
militant Islam so they may be of serve a role in the re-establishment
of the Ottoman Empire and the extension of shariah (Islamic law)
throughout Europe and the United States.

Many of the teachers at these schools are Turkish émigrés with
questionable credentials. Some possess H-1B non immigrant visas which
should only be granted to individuals who possess “highly specialized
knowledge in a field of human endeavor.” The female faculty members
appear in their classrooms wearing hijabs and traditional Islamic
attire.

Rachel Sharon-Krespin writes: “His (Gulen’s) followers target youth
in the eighth through twelfth grades, mentor and indoctrinate them in
the ışıkevi, educate them in the Fethullah schools, and prepare them
for future careers in legal, political, and educational professions in
order to create the ruling classes of the future Islamist, Turkish
state.”

Even more telling is a comment from Nurettin Veren, Gulen’s right
hand man for 35 years, who says: “These schools are like shop windows.
Recruitment and Islamization are carried out through night classes.

The Walton Family derived its vast fortune – - estimated at $89.5 – - from Sam and Bud Walton, the founders of Wal-Mart.

In California, the Walton Family Foundation has donated
approximately $1 million to the Magnolia Science Academies that have
been “inspired” by Gulen and his movement.

Similarly, the Waltons have provided sizeable checks to similar
Gulen charter schools, including the Indiana Math and Science
Foundation which received $230,000 in 2007.

During the same year, the Waltons gave the same amount to Noble
Academy Charter School in Ohio, the Abramson Science and Technology
Charter School in Louisiana, and the Noble Academy Charter School in
Ohio – - all of which uphold Gulen’s teachings and ideology.

Another Gulen-inspired institution – - the Lisa Academy Charter School in Arkansas – - was granted $154,244.

The above figures are the tip of the iceberg since the allocations
of the Walton Family Foundation to the Gulen schools in 2009 have not
been disclosed.

The Gulen-inspired schools have also received more than $10 million
from Bill Gates of Microsoft fame, and nearly $1 billion in federal and
state funds.

Fethullah Gulen has been labeled “the most dangerous Islamist on planet earth.”

In 1998, he fled his native Turkey to escape arrest on government
charges that he sought to overthrow the secular Ataturk government.

With his vast fortune – - estimated by the U.S. Justice Department
to exceed $25 billion – - Gulen found refuge in Pennsylvania, where he
established a mountain fortress on 45 acres of land in the rural
community of Saylorsburg.

From Saylorsburg, Gulen worked to transform the secular government
of Turkey into an Islamic Republic under the Justice and Democratic
Party (Adalet ve Kalkinma, AKP)- – a party under the Gulen’s control.

Transmitted by Dr. Williams’ Blackberry while on a secret assignment.

May the Lord keep Paul Williams safe.

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  • ۩Osiris۩ Loves Isis forever 2010/08/24 06:05:28
  • ♥Isis♥ 2010/08/24 05:59:14 (edited)
    ♥Isis♥
    +3
    I hope not...why don't they help pay off the National Dept. Sam would roll over.
  • dwdraw2 2010/08/24 04:47:35
    dwdraw2
    +1
    Our government should be closing down these schools that are being taught anti-American concepts. Also, criminal charges should be charged to whoever funds these schools to under-mine our country. It goes to show how scummy our politicians have got.
  • SonaVig... dwdraw2 2010/08/24 09:16:40
    SonaVigiliante
    How about an American Charter Academy where the students learn about American literature, folklore, folk songs, folk dancing and they have American Olympiads instead of the anti-American Turkish Olympiads?
  • dwdraw2 SonaVig... 2010/08/24 14:56:21
    dwdraw2
    +1
    My statement was "closing down the schools that are teaching anti-American concepts."
  • SonaVig... dwdraw2 2010/08/24 22:50:35
    SonaVigiliante
    +1
    INTERNAL INVESTIGATION OPENED IN TURKEY ON FETHULLAH GULEN AND HIS SYNDICATED ORGANIZED CRIME:
    Turkey to investigate Islamists coup claims
    http://www.google.com/hostedn...
    lets hope Baba Gulen is charged in absente' in Turkey. Keep up the pressure on this con-artist.
    (AFP) – 7 hours ago

    ANKARA — A Turkish prosecutor opened an inquiry Tuesday into claims that followers of a major Islamic movement in the police fabricated and doctored evidence in probes into alleged coup plots, Anatolia news agency said.

    One of Turkey's most respected police chiefs dropped the bombshell claims last week in a book which became an instant bestseller in a country where hundreds of people have been charged over coup conspiracies since 2007.

    The book says followers of influential Muslim preacher Fethullah Gulen in key posts in the police and judiciary have manipulated probes into a series of alleged plots by military and civilian figures to discredit and topple the Islamist-rooted Justice and Development Party (AKP).

    An Ankara prosecutor responsible for organised crime launched a preliminary inquiry into the allegations after the government, which is backed by the Gulen movement, came under mounting pressure to act, Anatolia said.

    "Why is a probe not launched into the allegations in the...

























    INTERNAL INVESTIGATION OPENED IN TURKEY ON FETHULLAH GULEN AND HIS SYNDICATED ORGANIZED CRIME:
    Turkey to investigate Islamists coup claims
    http://www.google.com/hostedn...
    lets hope Baba Gulen is charged in absente' in Turkey. Keep up the pressure on this con-artist.
    (AFP) – 7 hours ago

    ANKARA — A Turkish prosecutor opened an inquiry Tuesday into claims that followers of a major Islamic movement in the police fabricated and doctored evidence in probes into alleged coup plots, Anatolia news agency said.

    One of Turkey's most respected police chiefs dropped the bombshell claims last week in a book which became an instant bestseller in a country where hundreds of people have been charged over coup conspiracies since 2007.

    The book says followers of influential Muslim preacher Fethullah Gulen in key posts in the police and judiciary have manipulated probes into a series of alleged plots by military and civilian figures to discredit and topple the Islamist-rooted Justice and Development Party (AKP).

    An Ankara prosecutor responsible for organised crime launched a preliminary inquiry into the allegations after the government, which is backed by the Gulen movement, came under mounting pressure to act, Anatolia said.

    "Why is a probe not launched into the allegations in the book? Isn't there a brave prosecutor in this country?" Kemal Anadol from the main opposition Republican People's Party told a news conference earlier.

    The government launched an investigation into the author, Hanefi Avci, immediately after the book was released, but stayed mum on the allegations. Gulen, based in the United States since 1999, denied the charges.

    In a television interview late Monday, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan slammed the book as "unfortunate" but would not comment on the allegations.

    In one of the probes, 196 suspects, including senior army figures, have been charged over an alleged 2003 coup plot involving plans to bomb mosques and provoke tensions with neighbouring Greece to spark political unrest and shape public opinion in favour of a military coup, before seizing power.

    Avci alleges that Gulen followers in the army have smuggled out military documents, which were subsequently leaked to the media after being "doctored and mixed up to distort events" to pave the way for judicial action and sideline secularist forces.

    "In my opinion... (Gulenist) policemen and prosecutors make plans together and documents are then leaked to the media in line with their recommendation," he wrote.

    Avci also alluded that ammunition dug up as part of the investigations might have been planted by the police itself.

    The opposition has long raised similar charges, but it is the first time that a senior official -- respected also by AKP supporters -- has openly accused the Gulen community.

    The wealthy movement, estimated to number up to six million, has won much praise for establishing hundreds of high-quality schools -- both at home and abroad -- to raise devout Muslims reconciled with science and modern life.

    Gulen preaches moderate Islam, promotes inter-faith dialogue and denies having political ambitions.

    But Turkey's secularists insist the community is a sly movement infiltrating the state in a bid to Islamise secular Turkey, charges of which Gulen was acquitted in a 2006 case.

    The coup probes are already under fire: critics say they have degenerated into a campaign to disable the secularist army and bully the opposition.

    Journalists and academics are among dozens of suspects awaiting trial in jail.

    The probes have progressed amid extensive wiretappings, with prosecutors relying heavily on anonymous letters and secret witnesses
    (more)
  • dwdraw2 SonaVig... 2010/08/24 22:56:59
    dwdraw2
    +1
    Interesting info!
  • jovi 2010/08/23 19:07:10
    jovi
    +4
    It`s time to boycott Walmart.
  • SonaVig... jovi 2010/08/23 19:40:49
  • jovi SonaVig... 2010/08/24 14:51:06
    jovi
    What is that supposed to mean?
  • dwdraw2 jovi 2010/08/24 04:41:01
    dwdraw2
    +1
    Boycotting won't work. too many low wage earners are dependent on them. What would work is forcing them to provide a prayer place or time equal to the Muslims with all religions-especially Christians.
  • jovi dwdraw2 2010/08/24 14:53:15
    jovi
    +4
    No,the government shouldn`t be allowing these schools to even exist in America let alone let Walmart fund it!!
  • Arizona1950 2010/08/23 15:27:34
    Arizona1950
    +2
    I really don't know; but I do know this ...

    20 July 2009: “CAIR Good News Alert #583″ announced that the management of the Wal-Mart store in St. Paul, Minnesota has recognized “a Muslim employee’s right to pray in the workplace.” The store management has agreed to accommodate any Muslim employee who feels the need to pray to Allah while at work.

    The management decision was due to pressure exerted by the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MN). In 2007, the Council on Islamic Relations was named as an “unindicted co-conspirator” by federal prosecutors due to their funding the terrorist group Hamas. The Islamic Society of North America and the North American Islamic Trust were also designated as “unindicted co-conspirators” along with CAIR.

    I think it time the Christians started demanding the same rights. A right to pray openly which the Islamic religion is given and the Christian religion denied.

    Believe me, once it is allowed in our schools ... we bring prayer back to our schools and everyone will bow their heads and quietly pray in unison to their God. :-)
  • STEELAN... Arizona... 2010/08/23 16:26:38 (edited)
    STEELANGEL 凸 Metal Up 凸
    +3
    I wonder if W~M makes them clock out to pray? lol..
    You ever wonder What Muslims Recite and Chant in Five-Time Daily Prayers?
  • Arizona... STEELAN... 2010/08/23 16:54:39
    Arizona1950
    +1
    The middle east are among the least educated in the world and the majority of their peoples live in poverty. They are taught that the western world and especially Christians are the cause of their plight.
  • dwdraw2 Arizona... 2010/08/24 04:37:55
    dwdraw2
    +3
    Yes! Your right. It's just getting enough Christians to demand it. Maybe using their own legal force against them-ACLU. That would be a low hit.
  • Arizona... dwdraw2 2010/08/24 04:48:36
    Arizona1950
    +2
    It is time that the silent majority of Christians started speaking up.
  • dwdraw2 Arizona... 2010/08/24 04:52:22
    dwdraw2
    +2
    What's it going to take to get them to respond?
  • Arizona... dwdraw2 2010/08/24 05:03:31
    Arizona1950
    +1
    Your guess is as good as mine. I don't have anyone in the public school system at this time; but those that do who are trying to instill strong Constitutional and good Christian values in their children should be taking a hard look at this.
  • dwdraw2 Arizona... 2010/08/24 05:08:17
    dwdraw2
    +2
    As long as the Christians don't stand-up, the Muslims will walk through this nation without a hint of resistance-as far as religious rights are concerned.
  • Arizona... dwdraw2 2010/08/24 05:11:21
    Arizona1950
    +3
    There I think you may be wrong. Patriots whether Christian or not will not allow out Constitution to be taken down without a fight. This is why Obama will be a one-term president and why many in Congress will be facing pink slips come November.
  • dwdraw2 Arizona... 2010/08/24 05:19:41 (edited)
    dwdraw2
    +3
    I agree in part! But this isn't about the Constitution. It's about one chain store maybe more, giving religious rights to a religious sect. Until someone demands the same, then is denied, then it becomes a Constitutional issue. I don't see any Christians demanding this "yet." That's why I see this spreading. We need a challenger but don't have anyone so-far to challenge this?
  • Arizona... dwdraw2 2010/08/24 12:58:45
    Arizona1950
    +2
    It starts with a small seed ... The only difference I can see is the thought of losing his/her job over this never crossed the mind of the Muslim, while the Christian knows all too well that this could happen in a heartbeat. Sad but that's the reality of this world.
  • Phillip 2010/08/23 01:34:16
    Phillip
    +1
    Let the local store manager know why you are boycotting
  • STEELAN... Phillip 2010/08/23 02:15:01
    STEELANGEL 凸 Metal Up 凸
    +4
    We should launch a printing and distribution campaign and do just that!
  • SonaVigiliante 2010/08/22 23:38:47
    SonaVigiliante
    +1
    These charter schools are managed by Gulen followers who are uncredentialed teachers in the USA under HB-1 Visas that are paid for by public funds and private donations such as the Walton Family Foundation and Bill Gates Foundation. These schools are spending a large disproportionate amount of money on non-educational unallowable items: extra curricular activities, marketing, consultation fees, etc., They have 6 Turkish Olympiads in the USA and then fly American Children to Turkey for a huge show there. Meanwhile the schools have old lab equipment and outdated textbooks. Here is a website I found that lists some of the other donations these schools are receiving, while also recieving public funding as they are a charter schools which is part of the public schools system (only outsourced and managed by private organizations)
    Looks like these Foundations, need to do their due diligence and investigate where their funds are really going.
    http://www.charterschoolwatch...
  • nettie 2010/08/22 23:04:37
    nettie
    +3
    this is actually a crime in this country to fund terrorists groups.... TIME TO ARREST THEM....


    I shall refuse to shop and WALLIE WORLD FROM THIS DAY FORWARD. I have not shopped there for well over a year.... so this will be no big deal for me

    FOLKS START TO SHOP AT LOCALLY OWNED SMALL BUSINESSES FOR EVERYTHING
  • SonaVig... nettie 2010/08/23 19:41:47
  • trainfan 2010/08/22 22:05:51
    trainfan
    +5
    I boycotted Wal-Mart 7 years ago. Have never been back in one!
  • enlightened one 2010/08/22 21:08:40
    enlightened one
    +3
    Sometimes when I hear that rich people donate to certain foundations they are ill advised by their accountants that this would be such a credit tax deduction. Then they are stuck in too deep when the actual recipients are found out. I am not supporting the Walmart position but this is how things like this happen. Talk about creeping Sharia.
  • Dinkiedow enlight... 2010/08/22 22:07:17
    Dinkiedow
    +4
    Bill & Melinda Gates are not ill advised.They are One worlds #1 sponsor!
  • enlight... Dinkiedow 2010/08/22 22:38:21
    enlightened one
    +2
    I have read in Daniel Estulin's THE TRUE STORY OF THE BILDERBURG GROUP the North American Union version that Bill and Melinda Gates are CFR members who believe heavily in the eugenics program and actually are part of the ever looming elite who want one world government. The sanctions and oppression will not touch this couple. Just all of us. And all of the earth. You are right - these two have a large benefit for the reduction of population on the planet. They are not only ugly people, they are evil.
  • Dinkiedow enlight... 2010/08/23 01:56:28
    Dinkiedow
    +1
    You are right.This group the Good Club are pulling their monies and buying everything in sight.Soros,Buffett,Turner,Ro... Oprah Winfrey has Joined in.Watch the companies they control almost 100 major.That's not to count Bill Gates Sr and the Third! Really Scary!
  • satel82 2010/08/22 20:37:54 (edited)
    satel82
    +2
    This is the teachings fof Imam Fethulla Gulen. It's actually the guys entire website.

    http://en.fgulen.com/the-stat...

    American sociology professor Helen Rose Ebaugh, who has written a book analyzing the Gülen movement, has said those criticizing the movement have no documents to back up their criticisms.

    Find this here.. http://en.fgulen.com/press-ro...

    Not saying it's true, just presenting the other side.
  • SonaVig... satel82 2010/08/22 23:44:17
    SonaVigiliante
    +2
    Fethullah Gulen's estimated worth is $25 billion, this was acquired through education, media and politics. Gulen's empire OWNS publications such as the information above to control the information about him as sweet honey and full of biased information. Gulen owns: Zaman, Fountain Publications, and ERBU TV, in his native Turkey 80% of the publications are controlled by Gulen.. No surprise that Gulen fled his native Turkey 10 years ago under charges of attempting to overthrow a secular government. Gulen lives in the USA on 45 acres as a prisoner in his own fortress. Pull up the lawsuit Gulen vs. US Homeland discovery and learn why the US government attempted to deny his green card and how Gulen barely has a 5th grade education. Gulen is called the most dangerous Islamic Imman in the world for a reason. Some day even the FBI and CIA will grow tired of him.
  • satel82 SonaVig... 2010/08/23 00:14:06 (edited)
    satel82
    +1
    Sorry, had to put in my source;

    http://www.campus-watch.org/a...

    What makes Gulen particularly dangerous is his strategic and tactical means to achieving this goal. He oversees a worldwide network of businesses, schools, foundations and media outlets, with an estimated budget of 25 billion dollars. Here's what Gulen had to say in a sermon in 1999 aired on Turkish television:

    You must move in the arteries of the system without anyone noticing your existence until you reach all the power centers … until the conditions are ripe, they [the followers] must continue like this. If they do something prematurely, the world will crush our heads, and Muslims will suffer everywhere, like in the tragedies in Algeria, like in 1982 [in] Syria … like in the yearly disasters and tragedies in Egypt. The time is not yet right. You must wait for the time when you are complete and conditions are ripe, until we can shoulder the entire world and carry it … You must wait until such time as you have gotten all the state power, until you have brought to your side all the power of the constitutional institutions in Turkey … Until that time, any step taken would be too early—like breaking an egg without waiting the full forty days for it to hatch. It would be like killing the chick inside. The work t...
    Sorry, had to put in my source;

    http://www.campus-watch.org/a...

    What makes Gulen particularly dangerous is his strategic and tactical means to achieving this goal. He oversees a worldwide network of businesses, schools, foundations and media outlets, with an estimated budget of 25 billion dollars. Here's what Gulen had to say in a sermon in 1999 aired on Turkish television:

    You must move in the arteries of the system without anyone noticing your existence until you reach all the power centers … until the conditions are ripe, they [the followers] must continue like this. If they do something prematurely, the world will crush our heads, and Muslims will suffer everywhere, like in the tragedies in Algeria, like in 1982 [in] Syria … like in the yearly disasters and tragedies in Egypt. The time is not yet right. You must wait for the time when you are complete and conditions are ripe, until we can shoulder the entire world and carry it … You must wait until such time as you have gotten all the state power, until you have brought to your side all the power of the constitutional institutions in Turkey … Until that time, any step taken would be too early—like breaking an egg without waiting the full forty days for it to hatch. It would be like killing the chick inside. The work to be done is [in] confronting the world. Now, I have expressed my feelings and thoughts to you all—in confidence … trusting your loyalty and secrecy. I know that when you leave here—[just] as you discard your empty juice boxes, you must discard the thoughts and the feelings that I expressed here.
    Simply put, he is brilliantly and patiently employing taqiyya on a global scale, because this strategic approach is not confined to Turkey.
    (more)
  • STEELAN... satel82 2010/08/23 00:22:53
  • SonaVig... satel82 2010/08/23 19:42:43
  • Edward 2010/08/22 20:33:12 (edited)
    Edward
    +3
    if they are a boycott is drawing near
  • Captain Kirk~POTL 2010/08/22 20:31:13 (edited)
    Captain Kirk~POTL
    +6
    Great post!! It definitely looks like it`s time to boycott wally world!!

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