Amazon.com’s money to religious fanatics


This November 2016 video says about itself:

French company Lafarge sued for financing ISIS and complicity in war crimes in Syria

Together with eleven complainants who are former Syrian employees, Sherpa and ECCHR represented by maître Marie Dosé and maître Jean-Christophe Ménard, filed suit against cement-manufacturer Lafarge and its subsidiary Lafarge Cement Syria (LCS) for its actions in Syria. By having business relations with the terrorist group ISIS in Syria, this company may have taken part in the financing of the group, being therefore complicit in war crimes and crimes against humanity.

After French corporate money to ISISDutch taxpayers’ money to jihadist terrorism in Syria … now it is the turn of Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world and Amazon.com boss.

From Newsweek in the USA:

Amazon Draws Fire for ‘Wildly Irresponsible’ Scheme Supporting Islamic Extremists

By Ewan Palmer On 10/9/18 at 5:49 AM

Amazon has enabled customers to donate to a hard-line Islamist charity whose founder supports child marriage, female genital mutilation and believes men should be allowed to hit their wives, an investigation by The Times of London has found.

According to the newspaper, the company agreed to host the Muslim Research and Development Fund (MRDF) as part of its charitable scheme Amazon Smile, which launched in the U.K. last November.

The program allows Amazon customers to donate 0.5 percent of the money they have spent on a product using the online store to a charity of their choice.

The Times revealed that MRDF is one of 6,000 charities to have joined the Amazon Smile program despite its founder Haitham al-Haddad’s extremist views.

These include describing homosexuality as a “crime against humanity”, stating that all Western women should wear the niqab and calling Christians and Jews the “enemies of Allah”, as well as warning Muslims not to integrate …

Haddad, originally from Saudi Arabia, has also been described as the “one of the most dangerous men in Britain” …

According to The Times, al-Haddad said “the younger the better” with regard to teenage girls getting married. “It’s not necessarily a problem, biologically, if a girl of 12 or 13 becomes pregnant”, he added.

He also believed “a man should not be questioned why he hit his wife”, and has stated, “Men should toil outside the house. Women should be devoted wives and mothers.”

In the wake of the catastrophic 2011 tsunami in Japan, Haddad said Allah allowed thousands to die to “punish the Japanese for their refusal to submit to him.”

Haddad also declared his support for stoning as a punishment for adultery and mandatory capital punishment for apostasy.

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