Standard & Poor’s, one of the most prominent names in the Western financial world has formed an alliance with the world’s most prominent Wahhabi Islamic supremicist organization to establish a new Shariah-compliant investment index.
The new S&P COMCEC 50 Sharia Index has been established in partnership with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), an organization with a human rights record that can only be described as dismal.
The index reflects the performance of companies in the OIC countries from Africa, Asia and the Arab world.
For more information on OIC, readers are encouraged to check with Discover the Networks whose dossier in OIC is excerpted here:
- Other than the United Nations, it is the largest international organization of any kind
- Its ultimate goal is outlawing, everywhere in the world, any and all criticism of Islamic people, practices, legal codes, and governments
- Considers any and all negative portrayals (whether real, perceived or alleged) of Islam as “Islamophobia”
For many years, OIC has been pushing incrementally toward its ultimate goal of outlawing, everywhere in the world, any and all criticism of Islamic people, practices, legal codes, and governments.