Dec 17 2012
The CAIR Goons are going all out promoting the “My Jihad” misinformation campaign and coercing stupid dhimmi leftists (ignorant Americans) to support an idea whose actual meaning is to kill all the unbelievers (non-Muslims).
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The MyJihad campaign was founded by CAIR-Chicago Executive Director Ahmed Rehab as an independent initiative, with initial sponsorship by CAIR-Chicago and with a view for various organizational or individual sponsorships in later stages.
Volunteers working on the campaign include activists and students, but the majority of volunteers have come from a group of working mothers who are disturbed by the prospects of their children growing up in an environment of
gross misinformation TRUTH about Islam that sometimes spills into outright hatred such, as with the recent anti-Islam ad campaigns sponsored by ‘hate’ blogger Pamela Geller. (Geller’s ad below is a direct quote from the quran)
The real JIHAD according to the Quran
“So, when you clash with the unbelieving Infidels in battle, smite their necks until you overpower them, killing and wounding many of them. At length, when you have thoroughly subdued them, bind them firmly, making them captives. Thus are you commanded by Allah to continue carrying out Jihad against the unbelieving infidels until they submit to Islam.”
“Jihad is holy fighting in Allah’s Cause with full force of numbers and weaponry. It is given the utmost importance in Islam and is one of its pillars. By Jihad Islam is established, Allah’s Word is made superior (which means only Allah has the right to be worshiped), and Islam is propagated. Jihad is an obligatory duty in Islam on every Muslim. He who tries to escape from this duty, or does not fulfill this duty, dies as a hypocrite.”
The MyJihad campaign includes putting up public ads on buses and trains, as well as a social media component on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, where users are asked to tweet what their Jihad (struggle) is using the #MyJihad hash tag. Thousands of users have already tweeted and thousands more have liked the Facebook page.
“We have been overwhelmed with the participation of people of other faiths tweeting their struggles,” said campaign volunteer and Naperville mom Angie Emara. “People of different backgrounds are finding a common language, they’re learning to see themselves in one another as they share similar expressions of their daily Jihad.”
And here are some of the new My Jihad signs