The Chaplain for the Harris County Republican Party was fired from his dhimmi Houston City Councilman’s staff after raising objections to a Muslim being sworn in as a Republican Precinct Chairman during a May 2016 meeting of the party executive committee. Rev. Trevor Gordon stated that a Muslim cannot practice Islam and agree to the foundational principles of the Republican Party, because the party platform and Islamic teachings are in opposition.
Subsequent to Rev. Gordon’s firing, the Harris County Republican Party and the Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson held a “Muslim pep rally” in southwest Houston. This pep rally was actually a celebration of the enforcement of Islamic blasphemy laws—Rev. Gordon was striped of his right to free speech for daring to criticize Islam or Muslims.
Harris Co DA Devon Anderson, front left, on the far right is Harris Co GOP Chair Paul Simpson. Sheriff Ron Hickman, behind the speaker. Speaker is Syed Shahid Ali Sunni.
The Muslim in question, Syed Shahid Ali Sunni, is the founder of an organization called Muslim Council of USA, which engages in “inter-faith dialogue.” According to author Stephen Coughlin, the interfaith dialogue movement has been methodically co-opted as a prime vehicle for pro-shariah Islamic influence operations, and that the true purpose of IFD is to neutralize opposition to the shariah agenda.
MCUSA has partnered with both the Houston chapters of the Islamic Circle of North America and the Islamic Society of North America, both Muslim Brotherhood front groups. Recall the strategic goal of the Muslim Brotherhood in America:
“The process of settlement is a ‘Civilization-Jihadist Process’ with all the word means. The Ikhwan [Muslim Brotherhood] must understand that their work in America is a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and Allah’s religion is made victorious over all other religions.” [W]e must possess a mastery of the art of ‘coalitions’, the art of ‘absorption’ and the principles of ‘cooperation.’”
Until proof surfaces that Syed Shahid Ali Sunni has publicly denounced the sharia agenda and any affiliation with the Muslim Brotherhood in America, Rev. Gordon stands exonerated.
Bridge Building to Nowhere by Stephen Coughlin
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By Caroline Glick
“As it works out, everything that Obama said about the deal with Iran during his press conference was a lie.
Some of his lies became apparent within hours.
For instance, Obama falsely claimed that Israel now “acknowledges this has been a game changer and Iran has abided by the deal and they no longer have the sort of short-term breakout capacity that would allow them to develop nuclear weapons.”
Hours later, the Defense Ministry issued a stinging rebuke of Obama’s claim, parroted more diplomatically by the Prime Minister’s Office.
Obama’s press conference took place the day after The Wall Street Journal reported that in January 2016, the US sent an unmarked plane to the Tehran airport filled with $400 million in cash, on the same day Iran released four US hostages.
Obama angrily rejected allegations that the cash payment was a ransom payment for the hostages’ release. He insisted that the US had made the payment as the first installment of a $1.7b. payment the administration made to settle an Iranian government lawsuit against America.
Obama claimed that the administration agreed to the settlement at the urging of the Justice Department.
He said his administration was able to settle the dispute only due to the nuclear deal which placed US officials in direct contact with their Iranian counterparts for the first time in decades.
Within a day, Obama’s claims were exposed as lies. It turns out that Justice Department lawyers opposed the cash payout to Iran.
One of the hostages released in January told the media that the Iranians refused to allow the hostages to leave Iran until the airplane with the cash landed in the airport.
The Iranians, for their part, contemptuously mocked Obama, and stated openly that the $400m.
was a ransom payment for the hostages.
Two weeks later, Obama’s State Department admitted that the $400m. was a payment for the hostages….”