Islamic propaganda- Wahhabi hate-filled reading materials

Wahhabi hate-filled reading materials.


Wahhabi hate-filled, poisonous reading materials have been found in abundance in mosques around the world, in Saudi textbooks, in Wahhabi publications, and even in pamphlets distributed by the Saudi embassies.

1. The 9-11 Commission Report.

According to the 9-11 Commission Report, the current threat that the United States faces is not simply “terrorism, some generic evil,” but rather “Islamist terrorism” inspired by “a long tradition of extreme intolerance within one stream of Islam” that flows through the founders of Wahhabism, the Muslim Brotherhood and prominent thinkers schooled in the Salafi tradition. Moreover, a recent Freedom House report contends that the “spread of Islamic extremism, typically Wahhabism, is the most serious ideological challenge of our times,” evidenced by ample amount of hate-filled, poisonous reading materials systematically funded, incorporated, produced, and distributed by Wahhabi leaders and Saudi government.


From Wahhabism to Daesh.

2. Freedom House Report.

Freedom House report on Saudi literature in the United States, conducted in 2003 in which 200 different titles of literature either on bookshelves or in libraries in American mosques were collected across U.S. Here are the results …

Travelers in the United States were advised in the pamphlets with the cover “Greetings from the Cultural Attaché of the Saudi Embassy”, distributed by Saudi embassy in Washington, D.C., to “be dissociated from the infidels; hate them for their religion; leave them; never rely on them for support; do not admire them; and always oppose them in every way according to Islamic law. Whoever helps unbelievers against Muslims, regardless of what type of support he lends to them, he is an unbeliever himself.”

There was much more than various hateful sentiments, as a consistent pattern emerged to clearly show an ideology that divided the world into Islamic world and non-Islamic world, or the world of infidels. It instructed readers that once they crossed the border into infidels’ lands, they would effectively live behind enemy lines. They must only be passing through, and they could not stay permanently there without a mission, which was either to convert the infidels, or to conquer them, by acquiring money, skill, materiels, to engage in jihads with terrorism training, on the use of different types of weapons and ammo. It also instructed that Muslim travelers must not have close relationships with infidels, nor even with any Muslim who was not of the Wahhabi type.

3. “Radical Islam’s Rules: The Worldwide Spread of Extreme Shari’a Law”.

The book “Radical Islam’s Rules: The Worldwide Spread of Extreme Shari’a Law” illustrated that the effects of Shariah Law were far reaching and more serious than just the Islamic capital punishments; they were sinister and insidious, as parts of a visible attempt to push the status of women, the criminal code, religious freedom, the judicial system, educational systems, and, so far to a lesser degree, the economy, into a 7th-century model, with a complete lack of due process stemming from vague and haphazard law and extra-judicial enforcement; cruel and unusual punishments (such as amputation, removal of eyes, stoning and crucifixion); the denial of equal rights under law to women, especially so in questions of marriage, divorce, inheritance, education and employment, but also because commonly the testimony of a woman is given less weight in court, either half that of a man, or occasionally a quarter (in cases of rape, there is a major problem in punishing the perpetrator because several female witnesses would be needed to counter the word of one man); and the denial of equal rights under law to non-Muslims, making them second-class citizens, or worse. For example, there is no penalty for killing a Baha’i in Iran because they have no legal status.

Nevertheless, the greatest danger that these laws posed was the destruction of the democratic principles, with the state enforcement of blasphemy or apostasy laws that can carry the death penalty, either against Muslims who were not part of the dominant group or who dissented from the state-imposed version of Islam, or who criticized the government’s policies. Such laws were often found to be applied only to non-Muslims.

Because there is essentially NO separation of religion and state in Wahhabism, all criticisms of the state become religious criticisms, and therefore, someone who criticizes a state policy or state laws can be charged with subversion of Islam. The accused of apostasy may face the death penalty, as the case in Nigeria, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Afghanistan. Indeed, critics of government policies are charged with apostasy or blasphemy for challenging Islam, as debate, challenge, and questions themselves often become a capital offense.

Saudi Arabia’s support of, and funding for, Wahhabism were found to produce a radicalizing effect in countries across the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, America, and Australia. These effects are extremely destructive and antithetical to democracy as well as to the stated U.S. goals of the promotion of democracy around the world.

4. CMIP survey of Saudi Arabian Wahhabi textbooks.

In 2002, the Center for Monitoring the Impact of Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education (CMIP) undertook a survey of Saudi Arabian Wahhabi textbooks, in 93 of which, taught in grades 1-10, mostly from the years 1999-2002, Islam was presented as the only true religion while all other religions were presented as false. “Islam is the only religion leading its followers to Paradise, whereas all other religions destroy their believers in Hell. The Muslims are, consequently, superior to followers of all other religions, in both this world and the next.” In addition, Christians and Jews in particular were denounced as infidels, with Jews especially being presented as enemies of Islam and of Muslims. “Muslims may not befriend them, nor emulate them in any way, lest that lead to love and friendship which is forbidden.”

The textbooks also made clear that the West was the source of all misfortunes of the Muslim world, spreading “its cultural and intellectual influence in various fields including the spread of Western practices and habits, from Western democracy to Western influence in the fields of literature, art, music, the media, fashion, education and research, including Christian missionary work, Western humanitarian and medical aid, and even Western-invented computer games.”

“the Jews are a wicked nation, characterized by bribery, slyness, deception, betrayal, aggressiveness and haughtiness.” As such, they have been “a harmful element in world history,” and are responsible, inter alia, for “the French and Bolshevik revolutions and for the outbreak of World War I.”

5. Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, a rather well-known antisemitic hoax describing a Jewish plan for global domination, was relied on as an integral part of Wahhabi propaganda, even gave a historical context to the lies, indicating that “perdition is the desired fate for Jews.” Zionism was presented as an evil movement. Accordingly, “Zionism strives towards world domination or, at least, towards territorial expansion in the Fertile Crescent and Arabia. It uses evil means to direct world history, including some non-Jewish auxiliary organizations like the Freemasons and the Lions and Rotary clubs.”

6. Israel was never recognized.

In Wahhabi textbooks, Israel was never recognized as a sovereign state and its name did not appear on any map. Instead, all maps bore the name Palestine. Israeli regions such as the Negev and cities such as Haifa and Acre were presented as Palestinian. Palestine was presented as a Muslim country occupied by foreigners who defiled its Muslim holy places, especially the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. The occupation of Palestine was portrayed as the most crucial problem of the Arabs and the Muslims, “who should all join forces for the total liberation of Palestine and its purification” from the Zionists.

7. War, jihad, and martyrdom against non-Muslims are celebrated.

The Saudi textbooks, even grammar books, were full of phrases celebrating war, jihad, and martyrdom against all non-Muslims, not just Jews and Christians, consistent with the content of the Koran (Quran) and the Sunnah.

8. Democracy demonized, Shariah Law glorified.

Just as the reading materials issued by the Saudi embassy and all the Wahhabi publications worldwide, the Saudi textbooks rejected Western democracy, and praised lives under Shariah Law. About 30,000 Muslim children attended Saudi-funded Wahhabi day schools, or madrassa, in America. Intolerance and outright rejection of American values and democratic ideals, the hallmark of classical Wahabbism, were often taught.

9. “Muslims will fight and kill Jews”.

Susan Katz Keating, from FrontPage Magazine, noted that the Saudi-Wahhabi worldview was generously infused into these madrassa where Muslim children learned classical Wahhabi philosophy, just as confirmed by the CMIP study, that on Judgement Day, “Muslims will fight and kill Jews. The cowardly Jews will seek refuge behind trees. Much like the trees in the forest scene from the Wizard of Oz, these trees will become animated and aggressive. They will call out to the righteous: ‘Oh Muslim, Oh servant of God, here is a Jew hiding behind me. Come here and kill him,'” and “it is better to shun and even to dislike Christians, Jews and Shiite Muslims,” that it was acceptable to hurt or steal from non-Muslims, and that Muslims were obliged to see all infidels as enemies. 

10. Kitab at-tawhid (“Book of Unity”, aka “The Rule Book”).

Some of the rules found inside the Wahhabi rule book:

a. Shrines shall be forbidden

b. Every Muslim woman should wear purdah or be subject to severe punishment

c. Men have to compulsorily grow beards

d. Women should not be allowed to work. Exception can be made only if the family is in need

e. Men and women should not mingle together in public

f. No weeping loudly at funerals

g. Abide by the Shariah Law; every offense committed shall be punishable under this law

h. All men should wear trousers which are above their ankles

i. No laughing loudly or listening to music; no dancing or watching television.

11. Conclusion.

Wahhabism is the strictest, most radical, most intolerant form of the Islamic death cult, as if the cult itself isn’t bad enough already, and it actually formed the basis for many of the commonly known strict practices of the cult, such as the segregation of the sexes, the prohibition of the sale and consumption of alcohol, a ban on women driving, and numerous other social restrictions. The puritanical and iconoclastic philosophies reflected in this sect historically have resulted in conflict with other Muslim groups. Wahhabism opposes most popular religious practices such as saint veneration, and the celebration of Mohammed’s birthday. In 2005, the U.S. State Department again designated Saudi Arabia as a “Country of Particular Concern” under the International Religious Freedom Act “for particularly severe violations of religious freedom.” According to the State Department’s 2005 International Religious Freedom Report on Saudi Arabia, as members of the Shi’a Muslim minority continue “to face political and economic discrimination,” and non-Muslim groups are not granted freedom of worship, whether public or private.


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