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Shariah Finance Watch Has a List of Shariah Compliant Banks

Posted: 13 Feb 2011 02:29 PM PST
ACCORDING TO Shariah Finance Watch, the following banks are "Shariah Compliant." Is your bank on this list? There are at least two reasons to boycott such banks: First of all, Sharia compliant banks are required to donate two percent of their profits to Muslim "charities," which are often jihad-related groups, because, of course, jihad is an inextricable part of Islamic doctrine. Secondly, the widespread existence of such policies at banks ostensibly legitimizes Sharia law — a backward, misogynistic, intolerant, totalitarian form of law that has no place in the modern world.

Here is the list of Shariah compliant banks:

Alpha Natural ResourcesAsset Acceptance Capital Corporation

Aviva Plc

AXA

Barclays PLC

BNP Paribas Group

Citibank, N.A.

Credit Agricole, S.A.

Deutsche Bank AG

Dow Jones & Company Inc.

Equity Insurance Group Limited

Goldman Sachs Group

HBOS plc

HSBC Holdings plc

INVESCO Perpetual

Julius Baer Group

Maersk Logistics

Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.

Morgan Stanley

NYSE Euronext

Silicon Graphics, Inc.

Singapore Power

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Comment by Albert on February 14, 2011 at 23:17

This is an important step in fighting and stopping the Islamification of Western Civilization. Stop Shariah Finance,

Boycott Halal foods, Stop the building of Mosques and Madrassas. Stop Immigration from Islamic States(except for oppressed minorities such as Christians, Jews, Hindus, and Buddhists). Stop the implementation of Shariah Law. This is a start in safe guarding our culture, our values, our freedoms.  

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