On August 23, 2017, the Reuters reported that Cambodian government of prime minister Hun Sen had ordered the closing of the operation of the US taxpayers’ funded National Democratic Institute (NDI) and removal of all its foreign staff.
Phnom Penh has accused NDI for interfering in country’s political process and operating in the country without registering itself as a foreign lobbying organization.
At a regular news briefing in Washington, US State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert (former Fox News Jew anchor) said recent Cambodian government actions curtailing freedom of the press and civil society were troubling.
The NDI along with its sister Zionist/Jewish NGOs such as Albert Einstein Institute (AEI), National Endowment for Democracy (NED), International Republican Institute (IRI), Freedom House and the International Center for Non-Violent Conflict (ICNC) have a long history in bringing pro-USraeli Color ed Revolutions around the world (here).
The NDI’s chairperson is no other than the Jew war-criminal Madeleine Albright. The other Jew board of directors include Richard C. Blum, chairman Blum Capital Partners, Harriet Babbitt, director CFR, and Israel-First Jew Howard Berman.
Muslims makes the largest religious minority (15%) in Buddhist-majority Cambodia (total population 15.8 million). Majority of them are Cham Muslims who left Vietnam as result of anti-Muslim Buddhist crusade. No Muslim army ever invaded Cambodia. Over 500,000 Cham Muslims were killed by the Khmer Rouge during the 1970s.
The Cham are relatively late converts to Islam, largely adopting Islam after the fall of their kingdom in the late 1400s, even though they had known Islam for the previous 700 years. There has been speculation that this was essentially the Cham way of trying to maintain contact with the Malays, with whom they share racial and linguistic affinities, after they lost control over their destiny. Most are now Muslim, the only exceptions being small groups in Vietnam who follow traditional ways and are known as Cham Kafir (here).