Posts Tagged ‘Shariah Finance Watch’


The travels of Twisted Ingrid

September 2, 2010

Don’t know how we missed this one about “Twisted” Ingrid Mattson’s journey to Jeddah.  A little dated now, but still worth a read.  From Shariah Finance Watch on May 6:

ISNA President Ingrid Mattson Attends Saudi Conference of Islamic Development Bank

Ingrid Mattson needs no introduction to many SFW readers. She is the president of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), which was named an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest successful terrorism financing trial in U.S. history. She also has held prominent positions with the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT), which is another unindicted co-conspirator in that same terrorism financing trial (the Holy Land Foundation trial).

ISNA President Ingrid Mattson

Now it appears Ms. Mattson has turned to financial jihad.

The Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Report reports that she attended the meeting in Saudi Arabia of one of the primary financial jihadist organizations in the world, the Islamic Development Bank…

I wonder if she was assigned a temporary mahrem during her trip.


10,000 reasons to say “thank you”

April 27, 2010

As of today, Money Jihad has received just over 10,000 hits since launching in October 2009.  Thanks especially to our top 10 referring sites:

  1. The Religion of Peace
  2. Shariah Finance Watch
  3. Jihad Watch
  4. Susan Loone’s Blog
  5. Atlas Shrugs
  6. Danger Room
  7. Creeping Sharia
  8. WordPress
  9. Google
  10. BlogCatalog

Those are all great resources—please support them.  An honorable mention also goes to Skeptical CPA.  Cheers!


Can blogs blush? Shariah Finance Watch gives us the eye…

December 18, 2009

Everybody likes to be recognized.  I’m no exception.  Money Jihad gets a favorable nod today from the standard-bearer of sharia finance skepticism & analysis–Shariah Finance Watch.  Thanks, SFW!  (And not that they’re fishing for compliments or need any endorsement from us, but it’s worth mentioning that there is no better source on the web today for sharia finance news & comment than SFW.)

Now if I could just get my local public library system to unblock access to their blog on their public computers.  What’s up with that?