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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: ODAY ABOUSHI: PRO FOOTBALL PLAYER, PRO-TERROR, ANTI-ISRAEL

By Joe Kaufman

NFL football player Oday Aboushi will be arriving in South Florida this weekend to play against the Miami Dolphins, this time in the uniform of the Houston Texans, as the team he previously played for, the New York Jets, waived him in the offseason. And while the team he plays for may have changed, his actions as an anti-Israel Muslim extremist remain fully intact.

Normally, Sunday is game time for National Football League (NFL) players, but since the Texans’ Week 5 game against the Indianapolis Colts was played on Thursday, October 8th, the upcoming Sunday was an open date. Oday Aboushi, Offensive Lineman for the Texans, used the opening to take to Twitter. What he tweeted would soon become a matter of huge controversy.

On Sunday, October 11th, Aboushi retweeted a tweet that was made the same day by a personal friend of his, Linda Sarsour, the Executive Director of the Arab-American Association of New York. It was a photo of aPalestinian toddler holding a good-sized rock in each hand, walking towards Israeli soldiers. The message Sarsour wrote above the picture, which Aboushi also tweeted, was “The definition of courage. Palestine.”

Sarsour’s post drew the ire of Democrat Councilman of Queens, New York, Rory Lancman. Lancman answered Sarsour’s tweet with one of his own, writing “No, the definition of barbarism.” He then sent a message addressed directly to Sarsour, stating “You must be especially proud of the 13-yr-old Palestinian who stabbed the 13-yr-old Israeli. Barbarism,” and Lancman added a link to the story….

This is the third year of Oday Aboushi’s football career, and the NFL and Houston Texans must decide if they are going to continue to ignore his radical off-the-field behavior beyond suspending him one game for smoking marijuana. His actions are unbecoming of and antithetical to the values of the NFL, and if the NFL refuses to address this issue, it can only be viewed as a tacit endorsement of bigotry, terror and violence.

If you wish to discuss this information, you can contact Brian McCarthy (NFL Press Contact) by calling 212-450-2069 or e-mailing brian.mccarthy@nfl.com and/or Kevin Cooper (Houston Texans Communications Director) by calling 832-667-2035 or e-mailing kevin.cooper@houstontexans.com. Please be respectful with any and all communications with these individuals and the organizations they represent.

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Clear Channel, Intimidated by Terror, Forbids Criticism of Muhammad on Their Billboards

They allowed an ad — from a terror-tied group — that falsely praised Muhammad on “women’s rights.” Then they refused our ad, which countered with the truth.

by Robert Spencer

….After the jihad attack at the Muhammad cartoon contest that Pamela Geller and I hosted in Garland, Texas, last month, we got a taste of those “old-fashioned techniques of peer pressure and shaming.”

Many people — on both the left and the right — criticized us for gratuitously offending Muslims. Luminaries such as Bill O’Reilly and Laura Ingraham acknowledged the point of our event — to stand for the freedom of speech against violent intimidation — but insisted that just because we could do something didn’t mean that we should do it.

They maintained that demonstrating respect to Muslim sensibilities would in the long run do more to fight jihad terror than defiance in the face of threats and murder.

Events have moved quickly. Now, just weeks later, we have moved from “you can do it, but you shouldn’t” to “you can’t do it” — at least on public billboard space.

If you dare to cross into political incorrectness, you’ll be subjected to “peer pressure and shaming.” As I wrote recently,Muhammad is now the man we all must love, and the billboard giant Clear Channel has now shown what that means.

Clear Channel ran billboards in Atlanta from the Muslim Brotherhood-linked Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), stating:

Muhammad — peace be upon him — believed in peace, social justice, women’s rights.

When Geller and I tried to counter this ridiculous deception with the truth, Clear Channel was not so accommodating.

Our initial ad read:

Muhammad believed in war, denial of rights to women, denial of rights to non-Muslims, deceit of unbelievers.

All of these assertions are readily verifiable from core Islamic texts. But Clear Channel nixed this ad, so we developed a new one featuring quotations attributed to Muhammad himself in the Hadith:

I have been made victorious through terror; I have seen that the majority of the dwellers of Hell-fire were you (women); I have been commanded to fight against people.

That one got a thumbs-down from Clear Channel as well, even though we readily complied with their request to show the Islamic sources from which these quotes came.

Clear Channel’s Jack Jessen told Pamela Geller that he rejected our ad because:

[It had a] negative connotation to it.

But Clear Channel has no problem with negative ads in general. It readily ran atheist ads criticizing belief in God, and has had no qualms about running Palestinian anti-Israel hate propaganda:

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2014: Top Highlights in the Fight Against Islamic Extremism

by Ryan Mauro

The year 2014 will be remembered for the war against the Islamic State, the interim nuclear deal with Iran, Hamas’ brutal kidnapping and murder of Israeli teens and other harrowing developments.

However, the year also saw fight against Islamic extremism. Here are the top 19 moments in 2014 where Islamic extremism was bruised:

Read the rest at http://www.clarionproject.org/analysis/2014-top-highlights-fight-against-islamic-extremism

 

Muslim Congressman Andre Carson Pals Around with Al-Qaeda & Taliban

by Patrick Poole

Congressman Andre Carson found himself in strange company Saturday evening when he was scheduled to be featured on a panel with a known Al-Qaeda webmaster and Taliban fundraiser, Mazen Mokhtar, during the just-concluded 2014 Muslim American Society/Islamic Circle of North America (MAS/ICNA) 2014 convention held in Chicago.

The panel was titled “Ferguson is our issue: We Can’t Breath.”

One attendee tweeted that the joint Carson/Mokhtar panel was the “most important session” of the convention:

https://twitter.com/nytojannah/status/549008937169997824

Mokhtar is presumably well-known to Carson, one of two sitting Muslim members of Congress, since Mokhtar is well-known to the FBI.

In 2004, Mokhtar was named in a federal affidavit in the case of a UK-based Al-Qaeda website that raised money for the Taliban and other terrorist organizations.

According to the Washington Post:

Meanwhile, a New Jersey man is under investigation for having helped a British computer specialist, also arrested in London this week, allegedly solicit funds for a terrorist group by creating and operating an exact replica of the British man’s Web site.

Mazen Mokhtar, an Egyptian-born imam and political activist, operated a Web site identified in an affidavit unsealed Friday by the U.S. attorney’s office in Connecticut. The Web site solicited funds for the Taliban and Chechen mujaheddin, according to the affidavit. It is an exact replica of Web sites operated by Babar Ahmad, who was arrested in England on a U.S. extradition warrant this week.

The affidavit said the New Jersey home of the mirror Web site operator, identified on a Web site as Mokhtar, was searched in the recent past and that copies of Azzam Publications sites, operated by Ahmad, were found on Mokhtar’s computer’s hard drive and files.

Officials at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office, which is leading the investigation, declined yesterday to comment on Mokhtar or the New Jersey investigation.

A CNN report (now removed from their website) added:

Federal officials are investigating a man accused of running Web sites that are exact replicas of those used to solicit funds for the Taliban and Chechen mujahedeen, according to a criminal complaint filed Friday by the U.S. attorney’s office in New Haven, Connecticut.

Law enforcement sources identified the man as Mazen Mokhtar, 36, of New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Those sources said Mokhtar is the “specific individual who resides in the United States” referred to in the affidavit as working with Babar Ahmad to solicit funds for the “blocked organizations … in an effort to support their goals.”

Predictably, when Mokhtar’s name surfaced in the investigation, the Muslim community rallied around him and the media began pushing the “moderate Islamic cleric” narrative.

In fact, the accusations by federal law enforcement authorities have barely made a dent in Mokhtar’s rise to prominence in the Islamic community.

Mokhtar currently serves as the executive director of the national MAS. A 2004 Chicago Tribune investigative report, published just a month after Mokhtar was named in the federal affidavit, noted that MAS was founded by Muslim Brotherhood members to conceal their ties to the Egyptian Islamic group.

In 2007, federal prosecutors described the group in a federal court filing saying that MAS was “founded as the overt arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States”:

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Congressman Carson is not without his own controversy. While speaking to a 2012 ICNA convention, Carson told attendees that American schools will never be innovative until they become modeled after the Islamic education system.

Carson’s fellow Muslim congressman, Keith Ellison, is not without his own controversy. In 2012, I noted here at PJ Media Ellison’s long entanglement with Muslim Brotherhood front groups and Islamic organizations identified in federal court as fronts for foreign terrorist organizations, with even his hajj trip to Mecca being paid for by MAS to the tune of $13,500.

Source: http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2014/12/27/muslim-congressmans-ferguson-panel-at-chicago-islamic-convention-features-al-qaeda-webmaster-taliban-fundraiser/

 

‘Mainstream’ Muslim Org. Puts Out Jihadi Educational Guide

BY RYAN MAURO

An educational guide produced by the Chicago chapter of the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) demolishes the group’s pretenses that it’s moderate. The book, produced for ICNA members, tells Muslims to wage jihad to conquer the West and establish shariaand repeatedly references the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood as a source.

ICNA’s annual convention is one of the largest Muslim-American events year. The group is part of a newly formed Islamist coalitionthat hopes to unite Muslims into a single voting bloc. Its “moderate” presentation is so effective that it has formed partnerships withchurches. ICNA’s own internal documents conflict with its contrived image.

The training guide produced by the Tarbiyah Department of ICNA’s Chicago chapter was provided to the Clarion Project by former FBI Special Agent John Guandolo.

The book repeatedly references Hassan al-Banna, the extremist founder of the Muslim Brotherhood and Sayyid Qutb, a Brotherhood cleric whose teachings inspired Osama Bin Lden.

That makes sense since ICNA was named in a 1991 U.S. Muslim Brotherhood memo as one of “our organizations and the organizations of our friends.” The stated goal of the Brotherhood network in the U.S. was to wage “a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within…”

Here are just some of the shocking quotes from the book:

 

On Jihad

Jihad is presented to the West as primarily an internal struggle. The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) – another U.S. Muslim Brotherhood organization – recently waged a public relations campaign called “My Jihad,” in which jihad was described as “struggle against barriers and odds in search of a better place.” Examples included “building friendships across the aisle,” and “always pursue new ideas and conquer new challenges.”

However, ICNA’s guide teaches that jihad is the fight against forces that “oppose the Islamic Call” and the waging of war so that only the “evil sovereignty of beings other than Allah is wiped out.” (p. 117)

 

On Defeating the West

ICNA’s guide quotes Muslim Brotherhood founder Hasan Al-Banna, who summarized the Islamic movement’s general task of universal outreach as “standing against the flood of civilization.” Al-Banna further says that Western secularism “delayed [the Muslim world’s] advancement for centuries” and that Muslims must “pursue this evil force to its own lands, invade its Western heartland.”

According to ICNA, quoting al-Banna again, the “struggle” must be continued  “until … the teachings of Islam spread throughout the world. Only then will Muslims achieve their fundamental goal, and there will be no more ‘persecution’ and all religion will be exclusively for Allah.” (p. 192)…

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Islamic Circle of North America Guide Urges Jihad, Hating America

by Daniel Greenfield

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No matter how many smiling spokesmen the media parades in the papers, on radio and on television, the Islamic Circle of North America is still exactly what it always was.

An educational guide produced by the Chicago chapter of the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) demolishes the group’s pretenses that it’s moderate. The book, produced for ICNA members, tells Muslims to wage jihad to conquer the West and establish sharia and repeatedly references the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood as a source.

ICNA’s guide teaches that jihad is the fight against forces that “oppose the Islamic Call” and the waging of war so that only the “evil sovereignty of beings other than Allah is wiped out.” (p. 117)

ICNA’s guide quotes Muslim Brotherhood founder Hasan Al-Banna, who summarized the Islamic movement’s general task of universal outreach as “standing against the flood of civilization.”

ICNA’s training guide says a Muslim must work towards “reinstating the Islamic caliphate system to the leadership anew as required by Shari’ah…” (p.202)

ICNA directs Muslim to “contribute to the revival of the neglected faridas [enjoined duties] of enforcing the Shari’ah [Islamic Law] sent down by Allah.” (p. 202) In addition, Muslims are who are in a “position” to implement sharia law “must do so, while those unable to do so must speak out against the rule of Kufr [infidel] and call for the implementation of Shari’ah. If even this becomes impossible, un-Islamic government must be sincerely hated and despised for the pleasure of Allah and the upholding of Tawheed.” (p.144)

Once again, ICNA is exactly what its critics said it were. Just don’t expect anyone in politics or the press to acknowledge that.

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