BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA publicly praises a radical Muslim Brotherhood front group in America – ISNA


Obama is proud to be a partner with the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), a leading  domestic proxy of  the Muslim Brotherhood, founders of al-Qaeda. Muslim Brotherhood leaders were just deposed by Egyptians expressly because of their adherence to the policies of terrorism and Islamic fascism.

h/t Martin



40 comments on “BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA publicly praises a radical Muslim Brotherhood front group in America – ISNA

  1. Really, BNI moderator? Did you depress the delete comment button by mistake? You think that the King and Queen are stepping down in 2016? Your readers, as in the Dirty Harry movie, “I (They) gots to know”.

    • YES, BROTHER Obama is right……… the time his term is through he would have screwed America socially , politically and economically so bad …they will be having sharia law one way or other and Americans will be too busy to bother .about they try to survive the mess,

      • Sorry to “pop your bubble”, but the maniac in office will not go away after his second term has expired. There will be no expired second term. The maniac in office will bypass Congress, as usual, and by Executive Order, delete that “pesky” U.S. Constitutional Ammendment that limits the President of the United States of America to just two, four year terms. Or, by Martial Law, via a major “false flag”, or a purposely planned, across the country economic collapse. Do you really believe that the Royal King and Queen are going to vollentarily “step down” and pass that kind of position to somebody else in 2016? Are you kidding? These two maniacs, and their czars and radical islamists are “dug in” to stay, and expand. And, millions of us know this.

  2. When I see him proudly speak Arabic in that video I want to XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. I agree with Mikey that this country is over. My reason for believing that is the number of so called Americans that love that piece of shit no matter what he does. Then there are the millions of other Americans that don’t care one way or the other, apathetic, more interested in Football scores and TV shows.

  3. Watching the video of obama sucking up to the muslim scum made me sick and sad. We have to get it right during the next election and we need a real leader like Allan West. By the time obama is gone in 2016 we may have lost America to muslim immigration combined with the stealth jihad and the muslim birth rate future take over of our country. Is it too late to save America? Not if we act now to stop all muslim immigration, deport all illegal muslims and deport all crimnal muslims. We need to have laws to ban covered head bags, the building of mosques, schools islamic teachings and so on.

    • I’m pretty sure all of the alphabet government agencies have been infiltrated by radical islam’s sick and insane ideologies. This country of ours is over. It is just a matter of time before the sharia insanity is “woven into” communities across this country. Who the patriots are and who the slaves and traitors and oath breakers are will be clearly known – in the near future.

  4. Where is the bucket I want to be sick! Well I am glad to see that its not just our English politicians who suck up to the muslims then. I wonder was that broadcast over the national airways for ALL good Americans to see ?

  5. bo says islam has always been part of American history and contributed to it! Maybe he should get his head out of his butt and study history a bit!

    Fighting Islam’s Fierce Moro Warriors – America s first war with suicidal Islamic warriors
    Military History Magazine ^ | April, 2002 | Fighting Islam’s Fierce Moro Warriors – Page 1

    Posted on mercredi 27 mars 2002 19:27:09 by mutchdutch

    America’s first jungle war remains largely unknown, except in the Philippines where it began in 1900. Even those rare Americans who have heard of the U.S. jungle war against the Moros often connect it erroneously with the Philippine Insurrection. But with world attention now riveted upon Islamic jihad, we can expect to learn more about the volatile Islamic Moros, especially since they openly supported Afghanistan’s Taliban government and are an ongoing problem for the Philippine government.

    Mutual revulsion between the Islamic Moros of the southern Philippines and the Western world goes back a long way. For more than two centuries before their defeat by U.S. forces at the end of the 1800s, Spain attempted unsuccessfully to subjugate the diminutive but fanatical Muslim Moros, who average slightly over 5 feet in height. Spanish soldiers had been captured by the Moros, dragged into the jungle and tortured for hours on end, finally dying in utter agony over a slow fire after being emasculated. Add to that the Moro practices of polygamy, slavery and rape of infidels, and it is easy to see why the American forces in 1898 saw Moros as horror and depravity incarnate.

    Called Moros by the Spanish because they reminded Europeans of Muslim, Moroccan Moors, the Moro tribes occupied—and still occupy—Mindanao, the second largest Philippine island, which is about the size of Indiana. An irregularly shaped, bay-indented splotch of land, Mindanao is a tropical mix of jungle, small mountains and valleys, with Lake Lanao located in the north central area.

    The Moros grew rice, corn, pineapples and coffee, engaged in logging and also mined coal, iron, gold and zinc in small quantities. They were likewise accomplished seafarers, to whom piracy and slavery seemed natural rights, and their small, speedy ships were remarkably elusive. Ruled by local datus whose arbitrary decisions were law, Moro tribes were rivals who often engaged in internecine warfare. The Spaniards had never been able to pacify, much less govern, those keen warriors, not even on the much smaller islands of the Sulu Archipelago that stretches from Zamboanga in a southwesterly direction to Borneo, and includes the major islets of Basilan, Jolo and Tawitawi.

    At the end of the 19th century, the Moros numbered about 265,000 while their Christian neighbors on Mindanao counted only 65,000. Each group had a very low opinion of the other. Spaniards and Filipino Christians saw the Moros as cruel, cunning and treacherous raiders and slavers, whereas the Moros viewed the Christians primarily as land-thieves, bullies and cowards, who were changing their way of life, one they had held for centuries before the arrival of the Spaniards. Right or wrong, and knowing the Spaniards somewhat better than they knew the Moros, the Americans adopted the Spaniards’ point of view. The Moros believed that the newcomers merely supplanted one group of enemies with another. The sultan of Sulu asked: “Why did you come here? For land? You have plenty at home. For money? You are rich; I am poor. Why are you here?”

    The Moros were proving to be reluctant “new Americans” indeed. President William McKinley thought he had explained the American position in the Philippines to the whole world when he declared, “The Philippines are not ours to exploit, but to develop, civilize, educate and train for self-government.” And to that cause the Americans in Mindanao, meaning to preserve the Moro way of life, intended to suppress piracy, eliminate the slave trade, prevent intertribal war and bring the “natives” into the modern world. But piracy, slavery and fighting were as much a part of the Moro way of life as was Islam. Thus, when the Americans began to blaze trails, take a census, impose a head tax and customs duties, and set up schools and the like, the Moros saw those well-meant but abrupt changes as threatening to their religion and their social fabric. The invaders never interfered with Islamic customs. Yet as they installed telegraph lines and introduced health programs and medicine, the Moros reacted with increased fear that their children would learn English and subtly become Christianized.

    The Americans first encountered the Moros when 800 U.S. Marines landed on the small island of Jolo in May 1899. Another force quietly moved into Zamboanga in November, and by April 1900, Americans occupied the coastal towns of Cotabato and Davao in the south, Cagayan, Iligan and Misamis in the north, and Dapitan in the northwest. Those intrusions, though bloodless, nevertheless alarmed and irritated the Moros, if only because the Americans appeared to be stronger and far better organized than their Spanish predecessors. And so separate bands from the Maranaos tribe of Moros suddenly pounced on three different American camps in the north, only to be sharply repelled by the alert Americans. At Cagayan, the Moros’ loss was 50 killed compared to only four Americans; at Agusan it was 38 to none and at Misamis 57 to seven. The sultan of Sulu warned against further attacks on the newcomers. “Americans,” he said, “were like a match box. If you strike one they all go off!”

    Until the spring of 1902, the Americans were not seriously involved except by the sudden, frightening attacks of individual amoks and juramentado. An amok was a Moro who, for a variety of personal reasons, went berserk and tried to kill as many of the enemy as possible before meeting his own, expected death. Juramentados were perhaps even deadlier, since they were religiously motivated, swore a formal oath before the proper Muslim authority to attack anybody considered to be a foe of Islam, and always struck when and where least expected. Although certain of their own extinction, those fanatics were secure in their belief that they would be whisked to the Muslim paradise for their valorous self-sacrifice, where, among other glories, they would be serviced by 16 virgins. Both amoks and juramentados attacked with the Malay kris, a wavy-edged sword, in length halfway between a long dagger and a saber and easily disguised under their clothes. In addition, they were deadly with a blowgun and poison darts, and were quite good with their muzzleloading rifles. Thus the Americans never knew when or where—from a jungle ambush, a quiet street, in a marketplace—those zealots would strike. When they did, however, such were their frenzied charges that they usually scored devastatingly, since nearly all of them found at least one target on their way to glorious death. A juramentado at Zamboango, though hit in seven different places by revolver shots, nevertheless reached an American officer and sliced off one of his legs.

    Into that slowly boiling pot, in the spring of 1902, the U.S. military command sent 40-year-old Captain John Pershing, a West Point veteran of Indian fighting in the United States. He believed that the Moros were savages who respected nothing but force. At the beginning of May his troopers built a base on elevated land that contained an excellent spring less than a mile from the village of Bayan at the southern end of Lake Lanao—Camp Vicars. But the Maranaos took to sniping and cutting telegraph wires, so Pershing attacked Bayan on May 3. Every Moro settlement of any size was defended by a cota, a fort made of bamboo and mud 75 to 100 feet square, with walls 12 to 21 inches thick. Cotas were usually surrounded by trenches 5 to 30 feet deep, in front of which the Moros often planted loosely covered sharpened stakes to further inhibit attackers. Cotas were also defended by lantakas, small, artistically made brass cannons.

    At Bayan, the Americans set the pattern for all ensuing clashes with the Moros—a light artillery bombardment, which was typically both deadly and decisive, followed by a charge through what was left of the enemies’ defenses. The results were predictable: The Americans won overwhelmingly on every occasion. They were armed with breechloading, bolt-action Krag-Jorgensen rifles, and the troopers joked coarsely that the way to handle the Moros was to “civilize ’em with the Krag.” In the fighting at Bayan, Pershing’s men overran three strong cotas, killing more than two-thirds of their 600 defenders while losing a mere 10 soldiers killed and 41 wounded.

    The Americans never ceased to wonder why the Moros did not take to the dense jungle where, with their amoks and juramentados, they could strike far more effectively from ambush. For their part, the Moros could not understand why the Americans did not destroy every cota in the area. On the contrary, Pershing ordered his men to mix with the locals in a sincere attempt to establish friendly relations. He played chess with Moro leaders and invited 700 Maranaos to the Fourth of July festivities at Camp Vicars. But even before that, the captain realized he was up against a largely intransigent population.

    On what was meant to be a friendly exploratory expedition up the west side of Lake Lanao in April 1903, the Americans were harassed near Bacolod. They had no recourse but to attack the cota there, with the usual one-sided results—120 Maranaos killed for the loss of only one American. The same thing happened the next month, when Pershing probed the jungle on the eastern side of the lake. The Americans bombed 50 small cotas, killing more than 200 Moros while suffering but two casualties.

    At that point, then-President Theodore Roosevelt was so impressed with Pershing that, to the dismay of more than 800 senior officers, he promoted him to the rank of brigadier general and brought him home.

    Pershing’s successor was Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood, a Harvard graduate and a surgeon who had distinguished himself as one of Roosevelt’s famed Rough Riders during the Spanish-American War, and had afterward served as governor general of Cuba. In August 1903, as the commanding officer of the Philippines’ Mindanao Department, Wood at once proved himself to be as aggressive as Pershing. Wood thought the Moros were an excessively brave but depraved race of pirates, bandits and outlaws. They were “stupid fighters, utterly unable to stand up in the open….Their strong point was attempted ambush…though brave, they die foolishly….They should attack at night en masse where their dexterity with swords and spears would count most.” The only way to handle Moros was to be just and firm: “Every concession to them is a mistake.”

    Wood was immediately wildly popular with his men because he fought alongside them in more than 100 engagements. He endured tropical heat, debilitating humidity, tangled jungle and attacks by millions of mosquitoes, day and night, which many Americans found more maddening and harder to endure than the Moros.

    The most obdurate of the latter were still the Maranaos. Although Pershing had punished them severely, it took Wood two major expeditions into the Taraca Valley in the Lake Lanao region in the autumn of 1903 and the spring of 1904 to subdue them in a series of firefights. Next, he had to combat an uprising led by one Panglima Hassan down on Jolo island. It took him six months before he could track down and kill that Moro and the remnants of his band in the crater of Bud (Mount) Bagsak, near Jolo City. Another enemy was Dato Ali, a Maguindanao chief from a Moro tribe in the south of Mindanao, who had the largest cota ever built, accommodating 5,000 Moros. Again, there were no big battles. A series of little clashes took place from March 1904 until October 1905, when the Americans finally cornered and killed the chief.

    One of the bloodiest battles of the whole Moro experience occurred near Jolo City in March 1906, when the Moros there made a determined stand in the crater of another extinct volcano, Bud Dajo. In what came to be known as the “Battle of the Clouds” because it was fought largely at an elevation of 2,000 feet, the Americans launched a heavy bombardment followed by an assault over fallen trees and around huge boulders. Their casualties—21 killed and 73 wounded—were slight against the more than 600 Moros, some of them women dressed as men. The terrible fight aroused widespread criticism when word of it reached the United States. Many Americans thought matters could have been handled peacefully, and that in any case the Army’s onslaught was unnecessarily murderous.

    Perhaps because of Bud Dajo, Wood was recalled in December 1909, but not before he had disposed of a troublesome bandit named Jikiri on an islet near Jolo. Pershing returned to take command. Within days of his return, as many as 1,000 Moros again took to Bud Dajo, daring the Americans to come and get them. They did, but more cautiously. In less than week, Moro supplies ran out. Many of the Moros slipped away into the jungle while the rest quietly surrendered. After that, there were only sporadic amok and juramentado attacks until June 1913, when the Moros challenged their enemies at Bud Bagsak in what would be the ultimate battle of the American experience in Moro territory. Although the 6,000 to 10,000 Moros engaged were the greatest concentration the Americans ever faced in the Philippines, the results were as one-sided as ever. Only 14 Americans were killed and 11 wounded, while the Moros lost as least 500 killed, and nobody ever knew how many were otherwise hurt. The Americans were never again challenged militarily in Mindanao or the archipelago.

    While some Moros came to believe the Americans were interested in their problems, others felt betrayed. Although they now had greatly improved health, education, transportation and other services, they had lost their hold on the Philippines and come under the rule of the Christian Filipinos, whom the Muslims hated. The Moros never accepted rule from Manila, and fight it furiously today. And they are better equipped to fight for a homeland of their own in Mindanao and Sulu than ever. Powerfully armed and trained by wealthier Muslim brothers, they clamorously demand self-rule.

    At the opening of the 21st century, 300 years after the Spanish assaults and 100 years after the American efforts, the Moros are as resistant as ever, in the form of the Mindanao-based Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), formed in 1977. The MILF fields about 2,900 troops in its fight for a fundamentalist Islamic state. Its leader, Sheik Salamat Hashim, in an interview in Nida’ul Islam (Call of Islam magazine) states his now too-familiar objectives: “To make supreme the Word of Allah and implement Shari’ah [Islamic law].” His promise to those who would support him in ridding the world of Christian, Jewish and other infidel oppressors echoes down from that chain of conflicts that began with the Crusades: “Allah will surely compensate and reward you here in this world and in the Hereafter.”

    One can only marvel today at the staying power of the Moros’ ferocious dedication. Then, too, perhaps it is no great wonder—given that it had 300 years to take deep root even before Ferdinand Magellan forced Christianity upon the Philippines. Whatever the case, many Moros remain reluctant citizens of this swiftly changing world.

    This article was written by David S. Woolman and originally published in Military History Magazine in April 2002. David S. Woolman is a Manila-based writer in the Philippines.

  6. Didn’t you know that Muslims were in America before Columbus?

    Apparently they annoyed the local indians so much with the wailing mosques, the whining about islamophobia and CAIR’s constant complaints that they were told to shut up.

    Of course, being muslims they didn’t, citing freedom of speech and religious rights.

    Unfortunately the Declaration of Independence and the First Amendment was a few hundred years into the future so Pocahontas’s father and brothers just buried them all up to the necks and the ants did the rest.

  7. right from the source of the inner circle leader wait till Egypt cleans up their internal lawlessness from the M B then they will point their fingers not four but one middle finger directly at who backed this dictatorship as BNi put forth who is now put his sites on Syria , Guess Who

    • have you seen any christian banners fighting on the side of the muslim rebels ! no there close to two million sticking close to Bashar al-Assad tell me we should listen to obama.

  8. contributes to the history and fabric of your country ? This man is seriously deranged !
    How many muslims are there in NASA or JPL ?
    I know the Campuses of your Universities are rife with muslims (as are ours ) but how many actually teach something other than the Koran ?
    how many muslim physicists are there ?
    How many biologists, historians, geologists, mathematicians, etc etc etc
    There must be some muslim chemists cos they’re so good at making I E D’s.
    How many muslims actually contribute to the United States ?
    I suspect that as many as contribute to the United Kingdom .
    NONE !!!!!!!!

    • Since the beginnings of Islam, I would love to see a listing of their POSITIVE contributions to the world and compare that to a listing of Christians or Jews for the same period. I’ll bet the Muslim list would be minute compared to either of the other religions. Muslims seem to spend so much of their time trying to force others to join their religion that they have no desire or energy to go out and change things for the good.

      Obama does not have to worry about what he does anymore. We have shown him that we are cowards and would rather let him do as he wishes instead of standing up to him. And when anyone does get up the courage, he bullies, mocks and ignores, depending on his mental attitude at any given moment.

      Remember that famous little shout out when he was talking about his health plan and someone in the gallery shouted out: YOU LIE. Nancy Pelosi looked like she had been slapped and that alone made my day cause there is no one I would rather bitch slap, AFTER Obama.

      • Positive contribution(s)? Hmmmm. Slicing and dicing professionals? Your local grocery butchers? Hard to tell with all the bloody messes that they enjoy making.

  9. This insane and dangerous propaganda has to stop. Who is going to stop this maniac before it is too late? When we shop at some local malls, there are more head coverings that I see than the previous year. Each passing months, these radical islamists increase in the population. How can any American not understand how dangerous these “subhumans” are? Just sickening.

  10. Has anyone checked his administration? There are several muslim bro connected.I have an attachment showing each individual,but not sure how to add to my post.Then of course Huma,Hillary’s confidant.

    • Several……Several????? Recently I was asked to do a presentation on the Infiltration of our government by individuals who had strong connections to radical Islamic organizations or activities. As I started to make notes, I quickly realized I was going to fill a complete page with examples. Well, after it was all done I ended up with ELEVEN pages and I’m not sure I got them all!

  11. It’s about time he openly admitted that HE, not WE, are “partners” with them.
    Thank you, Mr. O’Shitbag”, for your honesty.

  12. The only reason Islam is a part of our history is it was their attacking our flagged ships that led to the establishment of the US Marines. Who promptly went and kicked their miserable asses.

    • One good thing came out of it, “The birth of the Colt 45 cal.”

      A Legend of the Philippines – The Colt 45

      During its campaign against the (moslem) Moros, 1899 –1935, the U.S. Army adopted the Colt .45 Model 1911 semiautomatic pistol after American soldiers found that the .38 caliber New Army Long Colt and Smith and Wesson revolvers they had previously used were unable to stop the fierce (moslem) Moro warriors of the Southern Philippines. Eyewitness accounts describe Moros continuing to kill American soldiers with their barongs and kris after receiving multiple rounds from the .38 pistols and .30 caliber Krag rifles. Realizing the Moro was tougher than any opponent previously encountered, the Army requested guns with more “knocking power” to physically shock and immobilize their opponents.
      In 1904, Brigadier General William Crozier, Chief of Army Ordnance, requested a study to determine what caliber would be best to serve this need in a new service handgun. The research led to the recommendation of a cartridge with a caliber of no less than .45.
      In selecting a new model for the gun itself, designs from several manufacturers were examined. The choices were narrowed down to two candidates including the Colt. On March 15, 1911, an endurance test was held having each gun fire 6000 rounds. Afterwards, the pistols were then tested using deformed cartridges, which had been rusted in acid and submerged in sand and mud. By the end of the test, the competing design suffered over 37 incidents of malfunction or breakage, but the Colt never failed even once.
      Thereafter, the Colt design known as the United States Pistol, Caliber .45, Model 1911 became an icon of Philippine and American history as it was adopted on March 29, 1911 and served the U.S. Armed Forces for decades.

    • Well, that is technically true. From Thomas Jefferson having to put the Barbary Pirates in their place. To tracking down Bin Ladin. They just haven’t added anything positive to our Country as Barry likes to imply.

      • Shrugger, you took the words off my keyboard! Thanks to the muslims, we have the US Marines. And down through the years since, western leaders have recognized the evil that islam is, and have prepared their nations to defend against it.

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