Big Clinton donors revealed: Muslim oil-imperialists out-lobby Jewish doves to curry influence with Clintons

The Huffington Post reports:
The records account for at least $492 million in contributions to the William J. Clinton Foundation. The foundation has raised $492 million from 205,000 donors in the last 11 years, but the former president had not previously made the list of donors public. He agreed to release the names after the nomination of Hillary Clinton to serve as secretary of state because of worries about the impact his business dealings around the world could have on his wife's new job.

Saudi Arabia, Norway and other foreign governments gave at least $46 million, and donors with ties to India delivered millions more. Corporate donors included the Blackwater security firm, at risk of losing its lucrative government contract to protect U.S. diplomats in Iraq, and Web company Yahoo, involved in disputes over surrendering Internet information to Chinese authorities that led to the imprisonment of dissidents there.  
Hollywood's Chaim Saban, an AIPAC supporter and the founder of the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution, gave between $5 million and $10 million to the foundation. Also at the same level was the Wasserman Foundation, founded by the late Universal Studios head Lew Wasserman. The non-profit organization only listed ranges of giving and not specific contribution amounts.

Saudi Arabia, whose donation was in the $10 million-$25 million range, donated more than any Jewish donor. 

An organization called "Friends of Saudi Arabia" (which the Wall Street Journal reports is a group of former diplomats and U.S. businessmen with interests in Saudi Arabia) as well as the "Dubai Foundation," and the governments of Kuwait and Qatar each donated between $1 million and $5 million.  (Source: The Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

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