Muslim Brotherhood affiliated ICNA* (Islamic Circle of North America) is sponsoring a video contest, deceptively called ‘Defending Religious Freedom. Understanding Sharia.’ In other words, ICNA, like it’s sister group, CAIR, is trying to convince stupid, gullible Americans that Sharia law is totally compatible with the US Constitution.
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 30, 2012
GET DETAILS HERE: videocontest
First Prize $5000
Before submitting the form please read the following:
HOW TO ENTER Entry is a three-part process; your entry is not final until the following three steps have all been taken: First fill out the online submission form above for each submission. Once your video has been uploaded, we will send you an email confirmation. Submit your release forms and mail hard copy to mailing address. We will alternatively accept Submissions via mail. Participants will still have to register on ICNA Media website. Submissions sent via mail must be accompanied by completed Submission Forms and may be sent to: “Defending Shariah Video Contest, ICNA Media, PO Box 1112, Santa Clara CA 95052. DVD’s should be mailed within a week.. All submissions will be required to have a slate at the end.
TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Video must be between 1:00 minutes — 3:00minutes in length (including mandatory end-slate). You can submit up to 3 videos. Poor audio and video quality will not be accepted so please ensure that you have HD quality Must include the “Defending Shariah” end slate at the end of the Submission Submissions must be made in English only. Must be prepared in any one of the formats: WMV, AVI, MOV, MP4 or MPG file Must be HD quality and NTSC format. Must be minimum 720h X 480v. Highly prefer 1280hX720v or 1440hX1080v or 1920hX1080v.
Of course, if your video presents the truth about Sharia, it doesn’t stand a chance. The video below shows just how nervous Muslims are that Americans are learning of the inherent brutality and bigotry that sharia represents and the threat it poses to human rights and real religious freedom as guaranteed by the US Constitution.
In the past couple of years, a group of conservative pundits, analysts and bloggers have identified Shariah, or Islamic religious law, as a growing threat to the United States. These pundits and analysts argue that the steady adoption of Shariah’s tenets is a strategy extremists are using to transform the United States into an Islamic state.
A number of state and national politicians have adopted this interpretation and 13 states are now considering the adoption of legislation forbidding Shariah. A bill in the Tennessee State Senate, for example, would make adherence to Shariah punishable by 15 years in jail. Former Speaker of the House of Representatives and potential presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has called for “a federal law that says Shariah law cannot be recognized by any court in the United States.” There are even several groups that have begun “No Shariah” campaigns.
The main purpose behind their agenda is to generate Islamophobia and the perception that Islam and Muslims shouldn’t be part of the American Society. But what is quite amazing is that the vast majority who argue against Shariah know very little or nothing of what it is, its definition, its scope or even the processes of implementation.
The videos at this link demonstrate real Sharia law in action: muslims-on-a-mission-to-convince-us-that-sharia-islamic-law-is-just-like-american-law
* ICNA’s TRUE GOALS:
The Islamic Circle of North America(ICNA) is preaching a global Caliphate and Islamic Shari’a law over America to its members, according to the 2010 ICNA Member’s Hand Book. This is a very different message than the group’s public outreach efforts, and contradicts claimsthat the organization is a tolerant, mainstream Islamic group.
As the hand book spells out, the organization’s ultimate goal is “the Establishment of Islam” as the sole basis of global society and governance. It also encourages members to deceive people in its proselytizing campaign to help fulfill this goal. This aim is one that ICNA has been actively pursuing as the group has set its sights on America’s constitutional separation of religion and state.
It’s not the first example of radicalism by one of America’s largest Muslim organizations. ICNA’s magazine has featured interviews with terrorist leaders in Pakistan, called on youth to fight abroad in Kashmir, and honored like-minded extremist organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood and South Asia’s Jamaat-e-Islami.
“Establishment of the Religion” extends beyond the individual and family and into the society, state, and world. “These words [Establishment of the Religion] include not only practicing the religion in individual and collective life and propagating its true teaching to others, but also striving to make this Deen [religion] a way of life for all,” the hand book reads.
ICNA’s charter is even more explicit. It calls for the “establishment of the Islamic system of life” in the world, “whether it pertains to beliefs, rituals and morals or to economic, social or political spheres.”
For ICNA, this means being the American branch of a global phenomenon that they refer to as the ‘Islamic Movement.’ The 2010 Hand Book notes, branches of this movement “are active in various parts of the world to achieve the same objectives. It is our obligation as Muslims to engage in the same noble cause here in North America.”
Working in an ‘Islamic Movement’ culminates in an Islamic super-state, the Caliphate, the hand book says. Believers have an obligation to strive to reestablish a collective body of Muslims worldwide, organized into the super-state under the direction of a Caliphate and Islamic law. The group wants “the united Muslim Ummah [community] in a united Islamic state, governed by an elected khalifah in accordance with the laws of shari’ah.”
While these ideas may have been popularized decades before by the Muslim Brotherhood and South Asian radicals in Jamaat-e-Islami, ICNA is emphasizing them today in its education and membership.
The group also realizes that achieving its aim is a slow process and involves several stages. In a section called, “Levels of work by the Islamic Movement,” ICNA lists five stages to attain a global Caliphate. The group advocates spreading its view of Islam to Muslims and non-Muslims alike, starting with the individual and family, and then implementing the “Establishment of the Religion” in the society, state, and global level. READ MORE