OIC of the lying bigots
OIC Sec-Gen: Ihsanoglu: Oh come on,
our pledges are worth their weight in camel dung
The oil rich OIC only manages 157 million in ”pledges” while the United States has already thrown over 200 million in money (that it doesn’t have) at the catastrophe. The lying OIC is not only anti-Semitic, it’s made up from a bunch of skinflinting infidelophobes, who can’t even cough up the needed change to help out their fellow Muslims.
Wake up call to all Muslims and those who are contemplating on joining the ROP, the international Islamic community, or ummah, could care less in helping your state of being, they’re there for the jihad, but helping with everyday living,…they’ll take a powder instead. KGS
(CNSNews.com) – The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) says Muslim countries, organizations and individuals have pledged nearly $1 billion in response to the Pakistan flood emergency, and Pakistan’s prime minister says Saudi Arabia has overtaken the U.S. in responding to the crisis.
But figures made available by the United Nations call both claims into question.
With the exception of Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Kuwait, none of the OIC’s 56 member states have contributed – or pledged – donations reaching the double-digit millions.
Fifteen OIC member governments have together given or pledged a total of $157.2 million, according to the U.N. Financial Tracking Service figures dated August 27.
Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani’s remark about Saudi Arabia having outdone the U.S. – a comment made alongside a visiting Saudi prince – also appears to be inaccurate.
The State Department says the U.S. is now providing $200 million — $150 million to support immediate relief efforts and $50 million to help impacted communities recover. That is in addition to “significant in kind and technical assistance.” It also does not include “generous contributions” by American businesses and private citizens.
The U.N. puts the U.S. figure at $155.9 million plus a further $50 million pledged. It says Saudi contributions are $74.4 million, plus a further $40 million pledged.