- USA, Saudi Arabia open joint center in Riyadh to make new text “free” of Wahhabi/Salafi extremism
- Efforts will be made to retrieve all millions of extremist textbooks from Saudi all over the world
- USA developed the extremist curriculum to train Mujahideen during proxy war with Russia in Afghanistan
US Secretary of State Tillerson responding to a Senate panel said:
“We opened a joint office in Riyadh to purify religious books of extremism by producing new books to be taught in Saudi Arabia, distributed worldwide, and all textbooks currently being studied and distributed will be recollected. Young imams of Mosques will be prepared under the direct control of White House officials.”
This he said is due to the propagation of terror being currently propagated in Wahhabi/Salafi texts the Saudi Kingdom ships worldwide. The center is named the Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology (GCCEI).
الوزير تيلرسون:فتحنا مكتب مشترك في الرياض؟لتنقيح الفكر الوهابي من التطرف؟وتصحيح المناهج!
اصبح المنهج الديني تحت مراقبة وادارة البيت الابيض!! pic.twitter.com/FfTYU4tfPZ
— ناصر الناصر (@atras10) July 6, 2017
The astonishing revelation follows years of propagation of extremist terror indoctrination from Wahhabi-ruled Saudi Arabia around the world.
However this story has its surprise history. Actually as we have in a report earlier, the USA helped Saudi Arabia prepare and propagate the Wahhabi extremist text. An article from WahingtonPost titled, “From U.S., the ABC’s of Jihad” details how the USA in a program run by the University of Michigan, prepared extremist textbooks for Afghanistan which were used to turn the Mujahideen into deadly killers during the proxy war with Russia.
- See: NewsRescue-Genesis Of Islamic Radicalism: The US Textbook Project That Taught Afghan Children Terror
It is good news that under the Trump administration the USA is reversing decades of damage it has done in partnership with Saudi Arabia which has fueled terrorism in across the world.
From ABCNews: Global center to combat extremism launched in Riyadh
RIYADH: King Salman and US President Donald Trump on Sunday inaugurated the Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology (GCCEI), which aims to promote moderation and counter the spread of extremism.
The center is “the fruit of collaboration between Muslim countries that believe in the importance of combating terrorism,” said Nasir Al-Biqami, secretary-general of the GCCEI in his inaugural speech.
The center — named “Etidal,” or “moderation” — embodies the international cooperation in combating terrorism and enhances constructive dialogue to fight the problem. The selection of the board of directors, consisting of 12 members from different countries and organizations, is intended to reflect its independence.
On the center’s Twitter account, @etidalorg, it was explained that the mission of the new entity is “to expose, combat and refute extremist ideology.” Read full