As you can see by the CAIR link below, they declined to post the name of this website so as “not to drive more traffic here.” What they really don’t want people to see at BNI are the stories/videos outing Islamberg as an area that has been identified as one of several Islamic terrorist training camp compounds around America.
CAIR today released comments posted on a well-known anti-Muslim hate site applauding the man who pleaded guilty to planning a terror attack on New York Muslim as a “true patriot” who had the “right idea” and should be given an “medal.” The comments were posted following an article about the planned terror attack. [NOTE: CAIR is not naming the hate site so as not to drive traffic there.]
SEE ORIGINAL POST HERE: tennessee-man-pleads-guilty-to-plotting-annihilation-of-islamberg-an-upstate-new-york-all-muslim-village-identified-as-a-terrorist-training-camp
These are the words of Sheik Gilani, founder of multiple jihadist training camps in the U.S.
The below videos are about Islamberg and other terror training centers in the U.S. and it founder, Sheik Gilani. See other links below for more.
Graffiti that more than likely was placed there by Muslims themselves, as they have been caught doing many times, to gain sympathy from the community.
KCBD Students and staff at Texas Tech are uniting as police continue their investigation into who spray-painted the words “no Muslim” on a large reproduction of the school seal in front of the Texas Tech Health Science Center.
On Friday, two days after the words were first discovered, more than a hundred students and staff rallied together, including first year medical student Ahsan Niazi. “We are a community and we have to look out for each other,” Niazi says. “That talk just isn’t tolerated.” But Niazi says this isn’t an isolated incident and he says he knows the hateful rhetoric wasn’t just words, it marks deep into the culture.
Designated terrorist group CAIR demands massive media coverage of such non-stories and the sharia-compliant media is only too happy to comply, whereas they would ignore it if the graffiti said ‘No Christians’ or ‘No Jews.’
And instead of attacking Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR for it’s affiliations with terrorist groups, the commissioner is groveling and apologizing.
The Facebook post that has the commissioner under fire:
Nearly 50 mosques, Muslim organizations and student groups have signed a statement that highlights concerns with a federal pilot program to combat radicalization and terror recruitment in Minnesota.
FOX News & SC Times About 40 Muslim groups in Minnesota are voicing concern about a federal program designed to fight terror recruiting, according to a statement sent out Friday by the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
The statement, which contains the names of several mosques, student groups and other Muslim organizations, asks the Department of Justice to discontinue the program, saying it unfairly singles out members of the state’s large Somali community for their nationality and religion.
“While we support the right of all Americans to live in democratic communities free of violence, we cannot in good conscience condone or help refine programs that are fundamentally discriminatory and are likely to further subject our community members to additional civil rights abuses,” said the statement released by the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
The pilot program in Minnesota is focused on the state’s Somali community, which has seen more than two dozen youth leave in recent years to join the terror group al-Shabab in Somalia or militants in Syria. Community members who have long sought help in stopping recruiting initially embraced the pilot program as an opportunity.
The statement lists 44 Muslim organizations as undersigned supporters. “It is our recommendation that the government stop investing in programs that will only stigmatize, divide and marginalize MUSLIM communities further,” the statement said.
The groups instead suggest the following framework to combat extremism:
Support for a Minnesota Muslim community-based task force, which is currently under development to serve as an outreach resource for law enforcement agencies. (“Outreach” is code for allow us to brainwash law enforcement with the myth that Islam is a religion of peace and terrorism is anti-Islam)
Funds for anti-radicalization programs should be separated from federal counter-terrorism and law enforcement agencies. Instead, funding should come from foundations, community organizations and state and local government. (That way, we can keep funding our terrorist pals overseas)
The Department of Justice should protect groups and individuals who intervene with those they believe are vulnerable to recruitment into extremist groups. Those who intervene should not be penalized with prosecution, watch-listing or surveillance because of their association with a potential violent extremist. (Surveillance of Muslims and mosques should be banned)
The statement also calls on Congress to investigate the federal government’s “overbroad surveillance of mosques and American Muslims, absent evidence of criminal activity.” (Just because mosques are breeding grounds for terrorists, the government should not be spying on them)
Members of Minnesota’s Somali community rallied at the Capitol on Monday in support of the families of the men accused of trying to join the Islamic State in Syria. Some wore shirts that said, “Free our boys” and chanted, “We’re not ISIS! We’re not terrorists!” (Even though our sons are)
Instead of counter-terrorism activities, CAIR wants the government to focus on:
– Youth and after school programs for MUSLIMS
– Job fairs and job training programs for MUSLIMS
– Eliminate ethnic profiling at the airport of MUSLIMS
– Get more Somali MUSLIMS into law enforcement careers (AKA fox guarding henhouse)
– Increase engagement between MUSLIM religious leaders and MUSLIM youth (one of the best ways to recruit future terrorists)
Organizations listed on CAIR letter of concern
Read a complete copy of the letter at http://bit.ly/1I3DfD9
Council on American Islamic Relations CAIR MN
Global Somali Diaspora
Muslim Youth and Family Services
Islamic Relief & Social Services
African Family and Education Center
Abubakar As-Sidique Islamic Center
Tawfiq Islamic Center
Islamic Center of Twin Ports “ICTP”
Brooklyn Park Islamic Center
Building Blocks of Islam
ICM-Muslim Youth of Minnesota
Al Farooq Youth & Family Center
Islamic Center of Owatonna (Masjid Al Rahma)
Burnsville Mosque (Al Salaam)
Roshester Islamic Center
Irshad Islamic Center Eden Prairie
Masjid Al-Huda (ICCC)
Masjid Al Tawba/Eden Prairie Islamic Center (ICCC)
Ummatul Islam Center
Masjid As-Sunnah (St Paul)
Minnesota Dawah Institute
Al Farooq Youth & Family Center
Dar-Alqalam Islamic Center
Abubakar As-Sidique Islamic Center-Faribault MN
Masjid Ni’mat ul-Islaam
Muslim student association SCSU
Mankato Islamic center
Islamic Center of Minnesota
Al-Madinah Cultural Center
University of Minnesota Muslim Student Association
University of St Thomas Muslim Student Association
MCTC- Muslim Student Association
Engage Minnesota Muslims
Global Deaf Muslim the Minnesota chapter