posted by Christopher Holton The financial jihadists have been pushing Shariah finance in Africa for some time, as we have archived here on SFW for years. Now they are reaching into Uganda and the method they are using is from the pulpit. This shows that Shariah finance is in fact a dawa method. Also note […]
by Christopher W. Holton For several years now, Africa has been a focal point of financial Jihadists and violent Jihadists alike. The violent Jihadists–Boko Haram, Al Shabaab and Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb–have wreaked havoc from one end of the dark continent to the other. The financial Jihadists’ quest has been just as relentless, […]
Within a few months Uganda’s Parliament will amend some clauses to the Financial Institutions Act 2004 to allow Islamic banking. This is banking according to Islamic principles. Supporters think this kind of banking will provide an alternative to what they consider to be high interest rates charged by commercial banking institutions. It is very important […]
The next country in the financial jihadists’ sites appears to be Uganda. Olive Kigongo, the President of the Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UNCCI), has announced Uganda will host a seminar on Islamic Banking soon. “The difference between Islamic banking and the one more conventional banking we are used to, is that no interest […]
Over at Money Jihad blog, they came across a direct solicitation from an Ugandan Islamic Charity asking for money to “fight Christians…” http://moneyjihad.wordpress.com/2011/06/20/muslim-charity-asks-us-for-money-to-help-to-fight-christians/
Bank of Uganda, the republic’s central bank, has sent delegates to Indonesia to learn more about Shariah-Compliant Finance. Bank of Uganda is expecting the first shariah bank in the “pearl of Africa” to open in early 2012 after Uganda’s parliament passes a law permitting the establishment of Islamic banks. This is clearly a form of […]
Yet another nation slips deeper into the Shariah morass by way of the financial Trojan Horse… http://allafrica.com/stories/200911090557.html?
www.refugeesinternational.org The Monitor (Kampala) 10 October 2008 Posted to the web 10 October 2008 Grace Matsiko Kampala Four Ugandan women are among people arrested in Juba, South Sudan for alleged indecent dressing. “I was going to buy sauce at the market in Konyokonyo and three policemen stopped me and ordered me to get into […]