President Obama’s Kenyan family secretly giving scholarships for students to study Wahhabi Sharia in Saudi Arabia

President Obama’s Kenyan family is raising money under the guise of humanitarian aid to give free scholarships to send students to study Sharia Law at Wahhabist centers in Saudi Arabia. The goal is to create an Islamic majority in Kenya:

President Obama’s grandmother Sarah started the Sarah Obama Benevolent Fund Institute, otherwise known as the Mama Sarah Obama Children Foundation, which raises 90% of its monies primarily from donors in the United States and some from Europe. Those monies are solicited as humanitarian aid and according to the website…

…to make a lasting impact on the lives of the orphans and underprivileged children by improving their housing, their education, their upbringing (which) continued to weigh heavily on Mama Sarah.

That’s what we’re told but when one peruses the foundation’s real activities in Arabic, it reveals a very dark side to the family’s efforts.

Musa Ismail Obama, the president’s cousin—in an exclusive interview with Al-Jazeera TV—explained all the troublesome detail, which does not bode well when translated into English: the bulk of the Sarah Fund as it turns out sends little to widows and orphans while the rest goes towards giving free scholarships to studying Sharia at the most influential Wahhabist centers in Saudi Arabia.

In the shocking interview, Musa was asked about his communications with cousin Barack, the president of the United States. The soft-spoken Musa explained that the President’s preferred method of communications was through one chosen conduit that relays messages back and forth with the family in Kenya by going through Uncle Sayid Hussein Obama. This is the man who was in attendance with Mama Sarah at Barack Obama’s inauguration in 2009.

And there is so much more. Click the photo to read the whole article by Walid Shoebat:



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