In contrast to the Post,

In contrast to the Post, the Washngton Time’s editorial section is, as usual, full of valuable material. For example, here is Frank Gaffney’s fine piece about Saudi Arabia. As Gaffney explains, whatever was the case with the Saudi ambassador’s wife, there is simply too much Saudi money being funneled into the Islamofascist cause. Gaffney cites the following ominous enterprises that benefit from Saudi largesse: prison recruitment programs aimed at transforming American felons into radical Islamists; recruitment of Wahhabist chaplains into the U.S. military; Wahhabi indoctrination efforts on more than 500 college campuses; and the pursuit of a virulently anti-American agenda in U.S. mosques. As Gaffney concludes, “with friends like Saudi Arabia, who needs enemies?”


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