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Islamic blasphemy law enforced against Houston pastor

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.

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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.

http://bigjollypolitics.com/firing-trebor-gordon/

Bridge Building to Nowhere by Stephen Coughlin

BOOK RELEASE: “Bridge-Building” to Nowhere

Houston Man Charged With Supporting ISIS, Helping Friend Travel To Syria To Join Terror Group

by Patrick Poole

Following up on my report earlier today on the 40 terror-related arrests so far this year — nearly double the number for 2013 and 2014 combined — the FBI arrested yesterday another Houston-area man for conspiring to support ISIS.

Asher Abid Khan, a 20-year-old from Spring, Texas, planned to travel to Syria through Turkey to join ISIS, but was lured back home by his family who lied and told him that his mother was dying.

According to the FBI press release:

The criminal complaint alleges Khan and a friend devised a plan to travel to Turkey and on to Syria for the purpose of joining and waging jihad on behalf of ISIL. Khan had allegedly asked a Turkish-based foreign terrorist fighter facilitator that “I wana join ISIS can you help?” He also told someone else that “I wana die as a Shaheed [martyr],” according to the allegations.

Khan’s friend allegedly made it to Syria and ISIL with the assistance of Khan and the foreign terrorist fighter facilitator. Khan had been living in Australia with a relative and made it to Istanbul, Turkey, where he was to meet up with his friend in their quest to join ISIL, according to the complaint. However, Khan’s family sent him false information regarding his mother’s health and he was deceived into returning home to Texas…..

….As I noted in my previous article today, the Islamic terror threat in the American homeland is metastasizing rapidly, due mainly to the recruiting and propaganda efforts of the Islamic State and the sheer number of thousands of foreign fighters pouring into the conflict in Syria.

But with many countries now actively preventing would-be jihadists from traveling to Turkey to link up with the ISIS and other terror groups in Syria, many are now looking for alternative fields of jihad. Reuters reports today on video they obtained of foreign fighters now having joined up with Boko Haram in Nigeria.

And, of course, would-be jihadists frustrated in their attempts to travel abroad are also looking to conduct terror attacks at home with the encouragement of ISIS and other terror groups….

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#Sharia in HOUSTON: Prosecutors say father killed 2 in “honor killings”

By Brian Rogers

Ali Mahwood-Awad Irsan, 57, who is accused of gunning down an Iranian medical student, Gelareh Bagherzadeh in January 2012, appeared in 184th state District court on Thursday, April 30, 2015, in Houston. Photo: Karen Warren, Houston Chronicle / © 2015 Houston Chronicle

…Irsan is accused of gunning down an Iranian medical student, Gelareh Bagherzadeh, as she drove to her parents’ home in January 2012.

He is charged with capital murder because prosecutors believe he also fatally shot his daughter’s husband, 28-year-old Coty Beavers, months later as part of the same scheme.

Irsan was incensed that his adult daughter defied him and married a Christian man, prosecutors said. Bagherzadeh was her best friend and seen as encouraging his daughter.

In court Thursday, Assistant Harris County District Attorney Tammy Thomas said Irsan called his daughter after Bagherzadeh was dead and threatened her.

“He said, ‘I killed that bitch, and you’re next. No one insults my honor as a Muslim and gets away with it,'” Thomas told state District Judge Jan Crocker….

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See also: Prosecutors in “honor killings” case tell judge of hit list against witnesses

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Sharia on Tour

By Ryan Mauro

Siraj-WahhajIf you live near Baltimore, Houston, Atlanta or Rochester and want to see a Sharia-promoting show, you’re in luck. The Islamic Circle of North America andMuslim American Society, two groups linked to the Muslim Brotherhood, have announced four conferences featuring rock stars of the Islamist movement.

ICNA is identified as one of “our organizations and the organizations of our friends” in a once-secret 1991 U.S. Muslim Brotherhood memo. It explicitly states the network’s “work in America is a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within…”

The organization is a derivative of the Jamaat-e-Islami group in Pakistan. One of ICNA’s former leaders, Ashrafuzzaman Khan, was recently sentenced to death in Bangladesh for his involvement in Jamaat-e-Islami’s war crimes. Unsurprisingly, ICNA is upset at the ruling.

The 2010 ICNA handbook advocates a gradualist strategy that culminates in a “united Islamic state, governed by an elected khalifah in accordance with the laws of shari’ah (Islamic law).” The Islamist leaders that the handbook looks to for guidance include the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, the Brotherhood’s current spiritual leader and the founder of Jamaat-e-Islami.

MAS was “founded as the overt arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in America,” according to federal prosecutors in a 2008 case. Last year, a former U.S. Muslim Brotherhood leader testified that “everyone knows that the MAS is the Muslim Brotherhood.”

Both groups have held rallies to protest the overthrow of the Muslim Brotherhood and President Morsi in Egypt.

Houston is the first stop on the ICNA-MAS Sharia tour. From November 29 to December 1, they will be holding their joint South Central Convention at a JW Marriott Hotel. The overall theme is, “Blueprint for a Lasting Legacy.”

One of the speakers is Imam Khalid Griggs, the chairman of the ICNA Council for Social Justice. Former CIA case officer Clare Lopez found out that he used to be involved with the Islamic Party of North America, a group that explicitly preaches “a revolutionary Islam.” Its inspirers include Khomeini, Qutb, Qaddafi and Maududi, the founder of Jamaat-e-Islami.

Another speaker is Sheikh Omar Suleiman. According to his bio, he studied under Sheikh Salah As-Sawy and Dr. Hatem al-Haj. These are two Salafist clerics that lead the very radical Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America. The closest the organization can bring itself to foreswearing violent jihad is tooppose it because “the Islamic community does not possess the strength to engage in offensive jihad at this time [emphasis added].”…

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MUST READ: The Gangs All Here…In Your Schools

(Editor’s note: For a partial list of Islamic gangs in Harris County suburban schools, scroll to the bottom of the post.)

“What goes through a parent’s mind upon hearing these words pertaining to the school their children attend? Parents, students and the community undoubtedly band together, perhaps showing a force at school board meetings, or PTA meetings.  All hell breaks loose at town hall meetings with parents chiding local officials that the outcome of gangs in schools will only end badly and won’t be tolerated. Parents rush to instruct their children on what colors mean, and how to avoid members of these criminal groups, and children turn the other way when approached by those defined as the gang members.  Sounds reasonable.

So why is it now gangs associated with islamists are acceptable? That’s right Islamist gangs, namely the Muslim Student Association (MSA) and Muslim Youth Network of Tennessee  MYNT (formerly Muslim Youth Navigating Tennessee)

The Muslim Student Association and MYNT fall into the criminal category. Both are affiliates of the Muslim Brotherhood, a known terrorist organization. the MSA even being specifically named in the Muslim Brotherhood documents that were used as evidence in this countries largest terrorism financing trial in 2008 (The Holyland Foundation Trial) ( see list in Documents)

The goal of these organizations is to spread the word of Islam through Dawa ( proselytizing of islam) at any cost, using the guise of “culture” to indoctrinate and infiltrate our educational system.

Clever. But what the islamist gangs are doing is no different than the Bloods or Crips.  They draw you in with talk of making you a better person, they give a sense of belonging,  and claim they will always be there for you. They will be your provider and protector.  All very convincing, especially for those that have little or no self esteem.   But they always forget to tell you something. You must abandon your own values and morals to be part of theirs. The very foundation  our children are raised upon, is now  being dismantled, all so they can interject their ideology. Islamists are no different.

MYNT and the MSA have entered high schools across Tennessee. Why isn’t there outrage? Their goal is to steal your child away from all you have given them. A seed is being planted into their minds by islamist gangs, with the hope your child will one day convert to islam. That is the deed, that is the goal.

The Muslim Student Association has recently formed a chapter in the Martin Luther King Magnet School in Nashville, MYNT is engaging youth throughout the state by being active in community  and sporting events.

Parents are closing their eyes to the danger of the islamist gangs, partly because the danger isn’t in the form of guns and drugs.  I can think of no greater danger than  the one that islamists are presenting.  They are after our youth, our society , our values and our way of life. What greater danger is there?

Pictured members of MYNT at a MIST (Muslim Interscholastic Tournament ) event ( all dressed in green and black)

Green is the color of Muhammed, as well as the color of Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood

Black represents the battle flag of Muhammed

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Source: http://dailyrollcall.com/2013/10/15/the-gangs-all-here-in-your-schools/

Area Public High Schools with Islamic Gangs (Klein, Cy-Fair & Fort Bend ISDs):

Klein High (Klein Islamic Thought)

Klein Oak

Cypress Lakes

Cypress Ranch

Cypress Springs

Cypress Woods

Langham Creek

Bush High School

Clements High School

Dulles High School

Kempner High School

Travis High School

Taxpayer-funded charter schools indoctrinate Texas students in militant ideology

…..Several countries have outlawed the establishment of Gulen schools within their borders – – including Russia and Uzbekistan. Even the Netherlands, a nation that embraces pluralism and tolerance, has opted to cut funding to the Gulen schools because of their threat to the social order.

In recent years, Gulen has established over 140 charter schools – – all fully funded by U.S. taxpayers allegedly as a means of indoctrinating American students in his militant ideology.

“Under the pretext of being qualified teachers hundreds of unqualified disciples are brought from Turkey to the United States with an H1B visa to work at these schools,” Mr. Yilmaz says. “These teachers are to return 40% of their salaries to the movement in cash which then funds the movement. This way not only is the funding of the movement illegal but also tax fraud is committed.”

The thirty-four “Gulen-inspired” Harmony Schools throughout the Lone Star State have been established at an annual expense to Texas taxpayers of $68 million. The schools are operated by the Cosmos Foundation, a mysterious non-profit corporation with headquarters in Houston. In an interview with this reporter, Sonar Tarim, the superintendent of the schools and a member of the Cosmos Foundation, said: “We have no ties to Fethullah Gulen or his movement.” While Mr. Tarim admitted that the schools participate in the Turkish Olympiad, an event organized by Gulen, he expressed surprise that all of his schools were constructed by Turkish construction companies that reportedly are affiliated with Gulen and his movement.

Mr. Tarim insisted that very few teachers in Harmony Schools hail from Turkey. Yet the Cosmos Foundation has obtained H-1B visas for more than 1,136 Turks to come to Texas to teach in the Harmony Schools. He maintained that the Harmony Schools are not related in any way to the Bluebonnet Learning Centers, which represent yet another chain Gulen charter schools in Texas. Yet the Bluebonnet Learning Centers were located within the Harmony Schools and information about the centers remained posted on the Harmony website until the conclusion of the interview.

Mr. Tarim said that he and all Harmony teachers are certified by the Texas Board of Educators. Yet Mr. Tarim himself is not certified for his position as a school administrator.  He further said that Turkish nationals are not in control of the Cosmos Foundation and the Harmony Schools. Yet every member of the board of directors for the Cosmos Foundation is a Turkish national, and all members, save one, of the board of directors for the Harmony schools are Turks.

“From 2008 to 2010, the Labor Department certified 1,197 H-1B visa requests from the Cosmos Foundation — more than double the number of visas certified nationwide for Texas-based computer company Dell USA and about 70 percent as many as were certified for tech giant Apple Inc.

…..The visas are intended to attract foreign workers with skills that are in short supply among American workers. Harmony has about 290 employees working on H-1B visas, or 16 percent of its workforce, according to Superintendent Soner Tarim. Most are Turkish, said Tarim, who is also from Turkey.

…At Harmony, Tarim said the charter network finds a shortage of qualified teachers in math, science and English as a second language sometimes prompts them to hire foreign workers. He noted that Harmony’s focus on science and math means particularly high recruiting standards in those areas….Nearly a third of the H-1B certifications received by Cosmos actually were for jobs outside those fields, however. Labor Department data includes visa certifications for legal counsel, accountants, assistant principals, public relations coordinators and teachers of art, English and history.”

This is from a December 2011 article in the San Antonio Express-News.
Yet, in February 2011, the Houston Chronicle reported: “High unemployment rates mean that Harmony has had the pick of displaced scientists-turned-teachers.”
Somebody is not telling the truth. Who else thinks it’s ludicrous that we need Turks in America to teach English and history? Maybe if you want to teach a whitewashed version of Islam in world history and not the truth.
In December 2012, Harmony Schools received a $30 million grant from the US taxpayers. $30 million!

In light of the fact that the Texas Education Agency spent several months in 2011 conducting an audit of roughly $540,000 in “inadequately documented” federal grant funds received by the Cosmos Foundation, can they be trusted with over 50 times as much taxpayer money?

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