Need another reason, other than CEO Rosalind Brewer demanding fewer white male supplier reps, for avoiding the Walmart subsidiary Sam’s Club at all costs?
Here you go:
Sam’s Club recently made a monetary donation to a radical mosque in Florida, and apparently, the company didn’t think anyone would notice. A donation in the amount of $2,500 was made to the local Al-Qassam mosque, named after the militant wing of Hamas.
Didn’t think anyone would notice? They practically begged people to notice.
A man who was in the checkout aisle at his local Sam’s Club noticed the enlarged photocopy of the check, which was pinned to the bulletin board behind the cashier. When he observed the check was payable to the Islamic Community of Tampa, he took his cellphone out and snapped a picture:
As the Investigative Project on Terrorism has reported, the openly jihadist Al-Qassam Mosque was incorporated under the name “Islamic Community of Tampa” by the infamous Sami Al-Arian.
Not only is the mosque named after Izzedin al-Qassam, who is considered to be the father of the modern jihadist movement, but it is led by a man who was imprisoned for his ties to terrorism.
In 2006, Sami Al-Arian, pleaded guilty after being indicted on 17 violations of the Patriot Act for his ties to the Palestinian jihadist terrorist group. His charges included conspiring to make or receive contributions of funds, goods, or services which went to fund Palestinian jihad. To put it more clearly, Al-Arian planned to receive money and then funnel it to Hamas (this would include the funds so graciously donated by Sam’s Club).
Liberals in the business world call this “corporate social responsibility.”