by John D. Guandolo
The Muslim World League (MWL) hosted the “Forum on Common Values of Religious Followers” last week in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, which was the first “interfaith event” ever held in the Arabian peninsula.
This event was attended by Christian leaders from the United Kingdom and the United States.
Here are a few facts to lay out before proceeding with this story:
- The Muslim World League (MWL) was established by the Saudi Royal family in 1962, and was the first International Muslim Brotherhood front group ever created. The head of the MWL is appointed by the Saudi King.
- The Muslim World League has been used as a financial mechanism to support Al Qaeda to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars. For those not aware, Al Qaeda was designated a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) on 10/08/1999. See the State Department link HERE.
- One of the Muslim World League’s organizations, the International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO), also funded terrorist activities across the globe, including terrorist operations in the United States, building terrorist training camps in Afghanistan, and the like. A declassified 1996 CIA report details some of this information HERE.
- The Muslim World League (MWL) is a Muslim Brotherhood organization. The stated objective of the International Muslim Brotherhood is the destruction of all “un-Islamic governments” and the implementation of a global Islamic State ruled by “allah’s divine law”/sharia. Oddly enough, this is also the stated goal of Saudi Arabia. All authoritatively published sharia calls for all non-muslims to convert to Islam, submit to sharia and pay a non-muslim poll tax, or be killed.
- Muslim Brotherhood doctrine states the only reason muslims conduct outreach with non-muslims is to subvert them.
- One more critical note: it cannot be forgotten that Saudi leadership directly participated in and supported the 9/11 attacks on the United States. Saudi Ambassador Prince Bandar was directly tied to 9/11 hijackers through payments to their handlers from his bank account, senior Al Qaeda leaders and operatives who had personal numbers of Bandar’s, Saudi intelligence officers running dry runs a year before 9/11 and much more.
Do American Christian leaders really want to praise a government that participated in killing 3000 Americans on September 11, 2001?
With all of this on the table, one must wonder how blind, naive, and stupid American Christian leaders must be to participate in this Muslim World League/Muslim Brotherhood hosted event in Saudi Arabia.
“Lying. Permissible Lying. It is permissible to lie (to non-muslims) if the goal is permissible…and obligatory to lie if the goal is obligatory.” Um dat al Salik, Islamic Sacred Law, Book r 8.0
A few of those Americans who fell into – jumped into – this dangerous pit include:
Sam Brownback, former Kansas Governor and U.S. Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom (2018-2021).
Dr. Walter Kim, President of the National Association of Evangelicals.
Joel C. Rosenberg, political consultant, author, and evangelical.
Bob Roberts Jr (Dallas, Texas), Senior Global Pastor at Northwood Church and founder of several non-profits and “multi-faith” organizations.
Chris Seiple, President Emeritus of the Institute for Global Engagement.
UTT is working to assess the complete list of other key U.S. figures who attended this hostile enemy operation.
Can Muslims be trusted? If not why not?
Rich Higgins and I were having a conversation; he was in D.C., and I was in Oklahoma. He paid me a compliment “Michael, I can count on both hands the number of individuals who understand Islamic terrorism the way you do.” I thought I would share this moment with your listeners.
And you’re one of them. John, I encourage you and your team to keep up the good work.
These events are common and misunderstood. For instance, Mormonism was founded on Islam (The American Muhammad, Joseph Smith, Founder of Mormonism: Unveiling Parallels between Two Self-Proclaimed Prophets – Alvin J. Schmidt). It is plausible that Roberts is continuing in this tradition and being welcomed with open arms; there is benefit to both parties in this respect.