MINNESOTASTAN: BOYCOTT HARDWARE HANK for caving to designated terrorist group CAIR’s anti-first amendment harassment

HARDWARE HANK fires Minnesotata Republican County Chairman for telling the truth about Islam.

Hardware Hank

FOX News  Ortonville (KMSP) – According to the Minnesota Republican Party’s website, Jack Whitley remains the Big Stone County chairman despite widely decried anti-Muslim posts he recently published on his Facebook page.





But while the party hasn’t cut ties with him, his employer has. In a Facebook post of their own, the Ortonville Hardware Hank announced that Whitley has been fired.

“While we support every American’s right to free speech (obviously, you DON’T), we certainly cannot condone the inflammatory remarks against Muslims and others,” store owners Bob and Sue Kulbeik wrote. “[I]t is clear that this person has brought shame to us personally, to our business, our community, our county and the Republican Party… We will not tolerate this type of bigotry within our business family.” (Truth is not bigotry, unless you are a muslim apologist)

It is with regret and shock that we feel we must address the comments that one of our employees made last week. While we support every American’s right to free speech, we certainly cannot condone the inflammatory remarks against Muslims and others. This is NOT a view we share and we are saddened to know that this has become such a horrible reflection on Big Stone County, our community, and our business.

We have already felt the ramifications of this individuals actions and it’s been suggested both locally and statewide on the MPR website that our business should be boycotted as long as he works there. (Wait’ll you see how big the boycott is going to be because of this firing!)

Peace to all,

Bob and Sue Kulbeik (water carriers for Hamas-linked CAIR)




MINNESOTASTAN: Republican party official doubles down on his anti-Islam views, while Republican party leader kisses CAIR ass

A Minnesota Republican Party official, Jack Whitley, issued a “call to arms” against Muslims Thursday, calling them “terrorists” and “parasites” and suggesting that someone should “frag ‘em.”


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Star Tribune  Jack Whitley, chairman of the Big Stone County Republican Party, has no apology for a series of inflammatory posts on his personal Facebook page — remarks state GOP officials have condemned as “outrageous.”

“Muslims are terrorists. They don’t belong in this country,” Whitley told the Star Tribune Thursday. “Their attitude and their agenda don’t belong in this country. They cause terror and discontent, total chaos everywhere they are.”


The Minnesota Republican Party rejected Whitley’s statements:

“I condemn the outrageous comments posted on Mr. Whitley’s Facebook page,” Minnesota Republican Party Chairman Keith Downey said in a statement Thursday. “They could not be further from the Republican Party’s beliefs, nor more contrary to the efforts we have undertaken to include Muslim Americans, and every American, in our Party.  We recently moved our office into the heart of Minneapolis, were proud to endorse our first Somali-American candidate for the state legislature, and have worked hard to welcome the fine Americans from these communities into our Party.”

“I have no desire to hold hands and play pattycake with these people,” he told the Star Tribune. “It’s pointless. They don’t understand peace…They understand one thing, and that’s aggressive force.” That, he said, includes any American Muslims who do not “stand up and deal with the aggression and terrorist activities within their own ideology.”

This post, first spotted by the Bluestem Prairie blog, brought protests from the Muslim Brotherhood front group and designated terrorist organization, CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations).


“It’s very disturbing to see a Republican Party leader engage in outright bigotry and hate,” CAIR-Minnesota executive director Lori Saroya said in a statement. “These broad-brush smears of the entire Muslim community remind us of similar smears against Catholics, Jews and others in the past.”

Whitley, for his part, sees no reason to apologize. In a fresh blog post this morning, he wrote:


Sadly, his Facebook page has now been taken down.

When asked whether his feelings about Muslims extended to peaceful Muslim-American men, women and children – including Minneapolis’s Muslim-American congressman, Keith Ellison, “I don’t really see much of Islam being peaceful at all,” he said. “Don’t come into this country, infiltrating this country with your terrorist activities and terrorist agendas and call it a ‘holy war.”

If statements like “frag ‘em” — a reference to detonating a fragmentation grenade — creates an atmosphere of violence against Muslim-Americans, Whitley said followers of the religion bring it upon themselves if they fail to reject Islamic extremists.

“You have the right to follow any path of religion you choose, as long as it does not violate other people’s peace,” he said. “Your association with those in your religion who have those terrorist activities, and your unwillingness to call them on the carpet for it? No, you no longer have the right to practice that religion if it infringes on the peace and the tranquility of this nation and the people around you. That nullifies your constitutional right to practice your freedom of religion.”



CAIR didn’t manage to stop this one, but we know they must have tried

Somali-born, ex-Muslim activist against Islam, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, to be honored by the Sheldon Adelson Educational Campus.

Review Journal  Somali-born human rights activist, politician and author Ayaan Hirsi Ali will be honored today at the 11th annual In Pursuit of Excellence Gala.

Hirsi Ali, who has written three books including a memoir and an auto­biography, will be recognized by the Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson Educational Campus for her support of women’s rights and universal access to education. She will receive the school’s highest recognition, the In Pursuit of Excellence Award.

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Hirsi Ali, 45, was raised in a conservative Muslim family and survived civil war, female mutilation and brutal beatings before she fled to the Netherlands in 1992 to escape an arranged marriage. She convinced the government there that she was in need of political asylum and was granted refugee status.


A woman who grew up as a devout believer in the tradition and teachings of Islam, Hirsi Ali after the 9/11 attacks came to believe the Quran preached brutality, bigotry and the oppression of women.

Hirsi Ali won election to the Dutch Parliament in 2003, was named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time Magazine in 2005 and received the Moral Courage Award from the American-Jewish Committee in 2006.


In 2004, Hirsi Ali joined a Dutch director in creating Submission, a contro­versial film about Muslim women in forced marriages who were beaten by their husbands. The director, Theo van Gogh, was shot and killed by an angry, radical Muslim man, and a letter threatening Hirsi Ali’s life was found stabbed to van Gogh’s chest.

Amid the controversy, reporters discovered Hirsi Ali had lied to government officials and was granted citizenship based on a false name and birth date. She resigned from the Dutch parliament and was stripped of her Dutch citizenship in 2006. She was offered a job with the American Enterprise Institute and moved to the United States.


The AHA Foundation, Hirsi Ali’s namesake, fights for the rights of Muslim women and girls in the United States who have been religiously and culturally oppressed. The foundation focuses on honor violence, forced marriage and female genital mutilation, which are common in some Muslim countries.

Today’s gala, which will be hosted by Sheldon Adelson, will be at 6 p.m. at The Venetian resort. All proceeds from the event will go toward the educational campus’ scholarship program that fulfills the school’s mission to never turn away a student because of financial hardship.


Hirsi Ali was also honored at the Women’s Forum Women of Valor dinner, where she received an award for courage


NEVER HIRE A MUSLIM Reason #129: It’s the only way to ensure you won’t be sued by a Muslim employee


imagesOHIO: DHL Global Mail has reached an agreement with the relentless Somali Muslim troublemakers who say they were fired from the company’s Hebron facility in 2013 because they took a break for evening prayer, not to mention other times during the day.

USA Today  The Muslim Litigation Jihadists of the Cincinnati chapter of Hamas-linked CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) on Thursday announced the settlement with DHL over religious accommodation complaints brought by 23 Muslim workers in Oct 2013.


Booker Washington, staff litigation jihadist for CAIR-Cincinnati, said the agreement “brings the case to a satisfactory close and recognizes the needs and rights of all parties.” (Yes, it does. No Muslim will ever be hired by DHL again) CAIR-Cincinnati officials said they could not reveal details of the settlement or answer whether workers had regained their jobs or received a financial settlement.


Muslim workers who sorted mail DHL said management reversed a policy that had allowed flexible break time for workers to say required evening prayers. Fired workers, three of them full-time employees of DHL and the others part-time who help through two temporary service agencies, said they had been allowed to pray by previous supervisors. The prayers took about five minutes, workers said.


The workers filed complaints with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that alleged DHL Global Mail fired the group for exercising their legally protected religious rights.

CAIR is America’s largest Muslim advocacy organization which is listed by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as one of the world’s leading Islamic terrorist groups.



WASHINGTON STATE: Bosnian Muslim cemetery headstones vandalized

CAIR demands an FBI ‘hate crime’ investigation but police say there is not enough evidence for that. CAIR never cares about evidence, they will get their way after making a big enough stink, as always.

The Christian section of the cemetery was untouched. Only headstones bearing the Islamic star and crescent and Arabic inscriptions were vandalized.


FORT LAUDERDALE: Americans protest CAIR terrorist fundraiser

CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) was recently named to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) list of terrorist organizations. But they are allowed to operate freely in the United States and raise money for their favorite terrorist organizations like Hamas.

Breitbart  (h/t Judi) November 15 was not a good day for CAIR. First, the excitement that Muslim CAIR officials had about their annual south Florida fundraising Banquet was completely devastated by the announcement from a Muslim country, United Arab Emirates, that CAIR and the Muslim American Society (MAS), along with the Islamic State (ISIS), Al Qaeda, Boko Haram, and others, have been designated as the top Islamic terrorist organizations in the world. Second, a group of patriotic Americans gathered outside their annual HAMAS fundraising event at the Marriott Renaissance Hotel in Fort Lauderdale. True to form, CAIR sent out two from its goon squad of lawyers.










Oh, NOES! ‘Star of David’ graffiti found on Santa Cruz mosque…CAIR demands FBI hate crime investigation

Black graffiti of the Star of David was found on the front door of a mosque in Live Oak and Santa Cruz County sheriff’s deputies are investigating it as a hate crime. Spray paint of the star, which is a Jewish symbol, and above it the number “26” were written on a white front door of the Islamic Center of Santa Cruz.

Any BNI readers know what the ’26’ represents?


Santa Cruz Sentinel  “Night vision” surveillance images show what appears to be a woman in a hooded sweatshirt spraying paint. The letters “SC” appeared on the left torso of her sweatshirt (Gee, that must stand for Santa Cruz). Deputies said they were unsure of her height, weight and other features.  “She had something covering the bottom half of her face.” (I bet she did – a niqab?)

Zahra Billoo, the CAIR’s executive director, said she said she had no idea what the number signifies, but speculated that the Star of David might be a reference to the ongoing violence in Israel and Gaza. Billoo said she was “surprised” and “horrified” by the act.

Executive Director of CAIR’s chapter in San Francisco, Zahra Billoo, a Pakistani Muslim-American, describes herself as an anarchist Muslim

Executive Director of CAIR’s chapter in San Francisco, Zahra Billoo, a Pakistani Muslim, describes herself as an “anarchist Muslim,” meaning she wants to replace Western man-made laws with sharia law

“So often, Islamophobia is something that many Muslims think of as happening in other places,” Billoo said. “It’s not as common to have these things happen in California and especially not in the Bay Area.” (That’s for sure, California is a breeding ground for leftist apologists for Islam)

With the rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, often known as ISIS, Billoo said she has noticed an increase in complaints of derogatory comments targeting individual Muslims in the area.


MINNESOTASTAN: CAIR demands apology from Republican leader over anti-Muslim remarks on Facebook

You know CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations), that Washington DC-based, Hamas-linked Muslim Brotherhood front group just listed as a terrorist organization by the United Arab Emirates.

CAIR called on state and national Republican Party leaders to repudiate comments by Big Stone County GOP Chair Jack Whitley, who called Muslims “parasites.” In a Facebook status posted on his page on November 19, Whitley wrote:

I am opposed to waterboarding muslim terrorists, but probably not why you think. I am opposed to waterboarding muslim terrorists because it is a waste of resources. They are muslims, they are terrorist, we know where they are from, we know where their buddies are, we know where their mosques are, we know millions of these parasites travel to Mecca every year …FRAG ‘EM! Simplicity. I love when it all comes together!”

Sadly, the Republican party in Minnesota claims to be outraged over Whitley’s remarks. Pussies.


HOUSTON Teacher fights back against CAIR witch hunt that is trying to get her fired for her anti-Islam remarks

The war of words between community activist Quanell X, CAIR, and an elementary school teacher is escalating after he accused of her of making racist and anti-Muslim remarks on a political internet show, “Tommy’s Garage.” Angela Box, third-grade teacher at Daily Elementary School, fired back.

Click2Houston  She displayed a press release sent out by the activist accusing her of using an expletive and racist remark to describe President Obama. Box said she never used the term.  “This is a lie. I demand that Quanell X apologize to me for his lies,” said Box. “This false and malicious quote has damaged my reputation and caused significant harm to me on a personal and a professional level.”

Quanell X told Local 2 that he never said that she used the term instead he tells Local 2 that he quoted Box as saying “f****** president.” Tom Adkins, the host of “Tommy’s Garage,” offered $1,000 to Quanell X to prove that Box made the statement.  “If he does not accept this challenge, I reserve the right to call Quanell X a liar forever.  In fact, I’ll call him ‘Quanell Liar’ every time I refer to him for the rest of his life,” said Adkins. 






“I am not a terrorist,” says smarmy CAIR SpokesIslamist Nezar Hamze in reaction to CAIR being named to the UAE list of terrorist organizations

Hamze is the Islamist who tangled with Allen West and lost. Watch Ryan Mauro, National Security Analyst for Clarion Project, chew him up and spit him out.







Hey fellas, don’t you wish you had this teacher in elementary school? Or high school? Or college?

CAIR-Houston is demanding that the Houston Independent School District launch an independent investigation of whether an elementary school teacher’s ‘private’ anti-Muslim views are negatively impacting her students. 


If, in fact, she does voice her opinions about Islam in the classroom, and CAIR has no evidence of that, she should get a raise.

In a letter sent today to Superintendent Terry Grier, CAIR-Houston Executive Director wrote in part:  “We are writing regarding the hateful, bigoted and profane comments made by Angela Box, an elementary school teacher in the Houston Independent School District, on the public access TV program ‘Tommy’s Garage.’

“While the Houston office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (pretends to) unequivocally respect the First Amendment right to free speech, we  are appalled by Ms. Box’ comments and would like her to be fired for exercising her first amendment rights outside the classroom.


CAIR gets U.S. State Department to ask the UAE why it put CAIR on its list of terrorist organizations


As if everyone didn’t already know. No, what CAIR wants our State Department to do is get them OFF the UAE terrorist list.

CNS News  A State Department spokesman said the Obama Regime was seeking clarity from the United Arab Emirates over its decision to list two American Muslim groups, CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) and MAS (Muslim American Society), both Muslim Brotherhood front groups, as terrorist organizations.


Spokesman Jeff Rathke seemed unaware that one of the two groups, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), has long been engaged in outreach programs with the U.S. government, not to mention terror funding activities with Hamas.

The State Department article described CAIR as an “advocacy group that seeks to promote a positive image of Islam and Muslims in America and present an Islamic perspective on issues of importance to the American public.”


Both CAIR and MAS have known controversy: MAS was founded by Muslim Brotherhood members in the 1990s, while CAIR was named by the Justice Department in 2007 as “unindicted co-conspirators” in its case against the Holy Land Foundation in Texas, subsequently found guilty of raising money for Hamas.


Egypt’s foreign ministry welcomed the UAE’s decision to put the Muslim Brotherhood on the terror list. The veteran Islamist organization won presidential elections and ruled Egypt for a year until toppled by the military in July 2013. The UAE move follows earlier ones by Egypt and Saudi Arabia to outlaw it a terrorist organization.

Another group placed on the UAE list was the International Union of Muslim Scholars, a Qatar-based organization headed by Yusuf al-Qaradawi, an Egyptian-born cleric viewed as the Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual leader. 


The U.S. government has barred Qaradawi from entering the country, and the U.S. Treasury Department in 2008 added the Union of Good, a coalition of charities led by Qaradawi, to a list of organizations sanctioned for links to terrorism.


The department said at the time some of the funds raised were going to Hamas in the West Bank and Gaza, and that some had “compensated Hamas terrorists by providing payments to the families of suicide bombers.”


In a Wall Street Journal op-ed last September, UAE Ambassador to the U.S. Yousef al-Otaiba said the fight against terrorism must go beyond ISIS and “confront dangerous Islamist extremists of all stripes across the region.”





YA THINK? Al-Jazeera says the UAE’s designation of CAIR and the Muslim American Society as “terrorist organizations” will fuel even more hatred for Muslims in America

We should be asking why they didn’t designate al-Jazeera a terrorist organization because of its ties to the Muslim Brotherhood in Qatar?


Al-Jazeera  The United Arab Emirates designated two Muslim-American civil rights groups – the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Muslim American Society – among the 83 institutions included in its new terrorist group list. The designations were announced on the state’s official news agency on November 15, marking a nefarious precedent where a government of a Muslim-majority state has designated a Muslim-American institution as a “terrorist organization”.

While the classification of both organizations as terrorist groups is alarming, the allegation against CAIR is particularly concerning.


The Hamas-linked Muslim advocacy organization based out of Washington, DC, which encompasses 28 chapters across the United States, has stood as a vital and vocal opponent of state-sponsored discrimination against Muslim-Americans.

In addition, CAIR – principally through its chapters – has carried forward unapologetic initiatives aimed at eroding Islamophobia and defending Muslim-American individuals and institutions during the post-9/11 era. (In other words they have been using litigation jihad to try and shut down American’s right to free speech)

Regional politics, not CAIR’s work stateside, moved the UAE to designate the Muslim rights organization a terrorist group. More specifically, hearsay tying CAIR with the Muslim Brotherhood, a political nemesis of the UAE, is believed to be the principal catalyst behind the designation. (It isn’t hearsay, see below)


Although distant geopolitical concerns are behind the UAE designating CAIR as a terrorist organisation, what impact will the classification have on the advocacy group, its civil rights mission, and collaterally, Muslim-Americans at large? The ramifications are not only acute, but also extensive.      

Centuries old stereotypes, still embedded in the American imagination, conflate Muslims – regardless of their nationality or locale – as one and the same. Therefore, Muslim Americans – the overwhelming majority of whom have no connection to the UAE – are consistently lumped up with the prevailing stereotypes attributed to the people of the oil-rich state: endless wealth, modern slavery, and conspicuous expression of religious conservativism cloaking commercial insatiability.


The recent designation of CAIR as a terrorist organization not only provides further evidence that Muslims are anything but a monolith, but also manifests a widening political and interests’ gulf between Muslims in the UAE and Muslim-Americans.  

Since 9/11, the UAE has expressed only passing concern for the civil liberties crackdown experienced by Muslim-Americans. This apathy may be a surprise to everyone in the US aside from Muslim-Americans, who can point to the dehumanization of Muslim migrant workers within the Gulf region to highlight how religious affinity is seldom a source of apathy.    


With heightening state and societal animosity toward Islam in the US, particularly with the recent emergence of ISIS, the UAE’s designation of CAIR as “terrorists” shifts their state stance from apathy toward full-fledged assault. The designation has two considerable effects: first, it endorses specific allegations from right-wing US groups that CAIR colludes with terrorist networks; and second, functions as testimony, from a native state informant, deepening the stereotype that critical Muslim-American civil rights organizations are subversive and anti-American. (They ARE!)

CAIR is not designated a terrorist group within the US (Only because there is a Muslim in the White House who allegedly is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood himself).


However, the organization and its leadership have fended off allegations of direct or indirect links with state-designated terrorist groups for many years. The allegations, although legally tenuous, curried public perception that CAIR itself had terrorist affiliations (It DOES, with Hamas, according to the FBI). This led to increased government surveillance of its Executive Director, Nihad Awad, FBI probing of CAIR chapters and community outreach work, monitoring of Muslim-Americans seeking their counsel, and intensified allegations from right-wing political leaders and media pundits. 


By classifying CAIR as a terrorist organization, among the likes of ISIS, al-Qaeda, and Boko Haram, the move will embolden Islamophobic elements to pronounce their hateful rhetoric, and expedite draconian policies against Muslim-Americans. (Excellent!)


Furthermore, the UAE designation will further complicate CAIR’s ability to carry forward advocacy work protecting Muslim-Americans. (Even better!) Instead of marshaling manpower and resources to handling alleged anti-Muslim hate crimes cases, public workshops, and other direly needed initiatives, the designation will compel the organization and its staff to respond to its placement on the terrorist list, and collaterally, deal with the barrage of political and private hate that is sure to follow. (Best of all!)


Without question, the designation not only undermines the interests of CAIR, but also the nearly 8 million Muslims (LIARS. There are 2.6 million Muslim-Americans, not 8 million, thank God) that benefit from its work. Among the most marginalised and maligned communities (Gee, I wonder why that is?) in the US, the Muslim-American plight is compounded by a dearth of effective and unapologetic advocacy groups. (Dearth? There are already too many Muslim Brotherhood front groups as well as left wing allies like the ACLU and SPLC in the US)


Therefore, formal condemnation of their most prominent defender will trickle down to hold them vicariously liable of “terrorism”, a perspective already widely held in the US.





Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR, having just been designated as a terrorist organization by the UAE, says the beheading of American Peter Kassig by the Islamic State is “un-Islamic”

Hamas-linked CAIR condemns the barbaric beheading of American aid worker, Peter Kassig, and actually does it with a straight face.

UAE Cabinet includes CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) in its list of designated terrorist organizations


AP  In a statement, CAIR said: “Just as we have denounced previous killings of innocent civilians by the ISIS terrorist group, we condemn the barbaric murder of Peter Kassig and once again repudiate the anti-Islamic ideology that produces such brutality. We also offer our sincere condolences to Mr. Kassig’s family and loved ones.”


CAIR recently joined a number of national and local Muslim scholars and leaders in Washington, D.C., to release a first-of-its-kind open letter signed by more than 120 international scholars of Islam and Muslim leaders refuting the ideology of the terrorist group ISIS and urging its supporters to repent and “return to the religion of mercy.”

CAIR: U.S., World Muslim Leaders’ Open Letter Refutes ISIS’s Ideology, Urges Supporters to ‘Repent,’ ‘Return to the Religion of Mercy’ CAIR says it repudiates “the anti-Islamic ideology that produces such brutality.”