Demanding religious reciprocity from the Saudis

Thomas Lifson
Apparently it takes an oil exporting nation to do the obvious thing when confronting Saudi-financed Islam. For decades the Saudis have funded the construction and operation of mosques around the world, often of the radical stripe, teaching hatred and worse. Julia Duin of the Washington Times reports:

The Saudis have recently asked permission to build a mosque in Moscow, a city where there are only four mosques and 2 million Muslims. The Russians, however, are saying they want, in return, an Orthodox church in Saudi Arabia

It is all symbolic, of course. The Saudis don't even let Bibles into their sacred territory. But it is long past due for the rest of the world to take the obvious next step and isolate a state far worse than South Africa ever was when it comes to discrimination. Except for all that opil everyone needs, of course.

Hat tip: Islam in Action, Larwyn
Apparently it takes an oil exporting nation to do the obvious thing when confronting Saudi-financed Islam. For decades the Saudis have funded the construction and operation of mosques around the world, often of the radical stripe, teaching hatred and worse. Julia Duin of the Washington Times reports:

The Saudis have recently asked permission to build a mosque in Moscow, a city where there are only four mosques and 2 million Muslims. The Russians, however, are saying they want, in return, an Orthodox church in Saudi Arabia

It is all symbolic, of course. The Saudis don't even let Bibles into their sacred territory. But it is long past due for the rest of the world to take the obvious next step and isolate a state far worse than South Africa ever was when it comes to discrimination. Except for all that opil everyone needs, of course.

Hat tip: Islam in Action, Larwyn