According to one report, the U.S. Treasury Department may be exploring a new cure for America's crisis: Islamic Banking, better known as "Shariah-Compliant Finance (SFC)." The Washington Times states, "At the very least, the U.S. government evidently hopes to emulate
Harvard's success in securing immense amounts of Wahhabi money in
exchange for conforming to the Islamists' agenda."
At the same time, Risk Specialists Companies, Inc. (RSC), a subsidiary of AIG, has just introduced what it is calling the first U.S. "homeowners insurance product that is compliant with key Islamic finance tenets and based on the concept of mutual insurance." Associate Vice President Jim Crain thinks that this introduction of "Shari'ah-compliant" finance "represents an important and emerging growth industry" for AIG. But this is not the type of growth we want or need.
In a video at Act! for America, investment professor Joy Brighton focuses on the newest and fastest-growing financial market in the world and one that brings much to fear: Shariah Islamic finance. Wall Street is focusing on the financial aspect, not realizing that this market exists because of Shariah, also known as "Islamic law."
Many Muslims across the world are warning against SCF, established by Sheiks wishing to impose Islamic law in western nations. After all, the object of Shariah is the supplanting of our government and the Constitution through violent or stealthy means. Sheik Yousuf Al-Qaradawi calls it "Jihad with money," saying that "God has ordered us to fight our enemies with our lives and our money." Furthermore, new evidence shows that Al Qaida financed 9-11 with funds received from Shariah Banking. Anyone listening??