Designated as a terrorist organization by several Arab nations and banned in Egypt, where it was founded, the Muslim Brotherhood has been allowed to become a political party in Obama’s ‘Islamically-transformed’ America

The Muslim Brotherhood not only is the parent company of CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations), it is the founder of al-Qaeda.

Sign seen in Egypt when 30 million Egyptians came out to demand the ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi of the now banned Muslim Brotherhood

Sign seen in Egypt when 30 million Egyptians came out to demand the ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi of the now banned Muslim Brotherhood

SUFTT  On March 12 it was announced that the radical Muslim Brotherhood has built the framework for a political party in America that seeks to turn Muslims into an Islamist voting bloc.

Muslim voters have the potential to be swing voters in 2016,” said Nihad Awad, executive director of CAIR, in launching the benign-sounding U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations, whose membership reads like a Who’s Who of Brotherhood front groups. “We are aiming to bring more participation from the Muslim community.”

Capture1CAIR is linked in federal criminal court documents to the terrorist group Hamas, the Brotherhood’s Palestinian branch. CAIR’s chief Awad, who announced the USCMO at the National Press Club, is so radioactive, the FBI refuses to do outreach with him and his so-called Muslim-rights group because of the close connection between its executives and Hamas.”

Nihad Awad, 3rd from left

Nihad Awad, 3rd from left

USCMO also aims to elect Islamists in Washington, with the ultimate objective of “institutionalizing policies” favorable to radical Islamofascists — that is, Shariah law.

This development bears careful monitoring in light of the U.S. Brotherhood’s recently exposed goal to wage a “civilization jihad” against America that explicitly calls for infiltrating the U.S. political system and “destroying (it) from within.”


Inquisitr (h/t Mike F)  According to the Center for Security Policy, the U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO) has begun building the framework for a political party. USCMO’s party will also be the first political party in the U.S. to be openly connected to the Muslim Brotherhood.


From what is reported by sources, this party arose right after Sabri Samirah, a Jordanian Brotherhood member, was allowed into the U.S. by President Barack Obama back in 2014 following an 11-year ban. He immediately galvanized Muslims to form the party, which is now recognized as the UMMA, an offset of the United Muslim Americans Association (UMAA).


To help promote the UMMA, the political party has taken to social media — especially Facebook and Twitter — to spread the word. One of their Facebook pages describes UMMA as a registered, non-profit, nonpartisan, grassroots organization dedicated to promoting the public and political empowerment of the American Muslim community as well as serve its interests. They also endorse candidates in which the percentage split is 85 percent Democrat and 15 percent Republican.


The new political party is receiving a lot of backlash, especially with the incidents pertaining to Muslims in France. Therefore, there are news sites — especially those of a Conservative nature — calling out certain issues. According to sites like Independent Sentinel and Conservative Tribune, they iterate the fact that the Muslim Brotherhood are recognized as terrorist organizations in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and the UAE.

They also report that the ultimate aim of UMMA is to elect Islamists into Washington D.C. who will institute policies favorable to Sharia Law.


At this moment, the UMMA is gaining speed and has even assisted in turning the political tide. For example, the UMMA and its political leaders endorsed two Republican candidates for governor and lieutenant governor of Illinois, Bruce Rauner and Evelyn Sanguinetti. The former won his bid. Such involvement from UMMA will increase, especially when the U.S. gets closer to 2016 election season. 













Oh, NOES! Muslims are feeling threatened because of a film again

Muslims in America are whining that Academy Award nominated film, “American Sniper” is inspiring threats to Arabs and Muslims. (Yeah, it’s not because of  Islamic terrorism and beheadings, its a film’s fault)


Detroit Free Press  As “American Sniper” continues to ignite political debate, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee is worried about “serious threats” being made to Arabs and Muslims.

The film is based on the book about real life sniper Chris Kyle. And in the book Kyle writes of killing 60 Iraqi “savages” during his four deployments. “Savage, despicable evil. That’s what we were fighting in Iraq,” Kyle writes.


The ADC says it has collected “hundreds of violent messages targeting Arabs and Muslims from moviegoers of the film.” The group has sent letters to the film’s star, Bradly Cooper, and director Clint Eastwood asking “to help reduce the hateful rhetoric.”

ADC president Samer Khalaf writes that he hopes the film will take a stance and issue a statement against the “hate and bigotry.” The ADC says it is also working with the FBI and local law enforcement to look into the threats.



So far, no comment from the “American Sniper” film team.


Muslim students upset at the vitriolic backlash against Duke University’s decision to blast the Muslim Call to Prayer from amplifiers every Friday


It was a national and international backlash so angry and so widespread that Duke was forced to quickly rescind its idiotic decision…or lose a large percentage of its most generous donations, no doubt.

Duke Chronicle  Last week, Duke decided to broadcast the weekly Muslim call-to-prayer—known as the adhan—from the Chapel bell tower—but reversed its decision after security threats and backlash from some conservative leaders and donors. The call to prayer was instead held on the Chapel quadrangle on Friday.


“When the initiative was presented to MSA (Terror-linked Muslim Brotherhood front group MSA – Muslim Students Association), I thought it was amazing,” senior Safaa al-Saeedi, a member of MSA’s executive board, said. “It embodied to me what it means for religions to coexist—to have the message of one to be delivered through the embodiment of the other.” (Something that would  never ever happen in the Muslim world where churches are being burned down and Christians slaughtered on a daily basis)

Initially, members of MSA were excited about the adhan, but many realized that they would likely face backlash. “There were mixed feelings because some of us were worried about what would happen,” said freshman Noor Tasnim, a member of MSA. “We knew there would be opposition, but some people were really excited. Never did we expect for it to blow up to the point that it was international news.”


And on social media, there were some ‘racist’ (What ‘race’ is Islam?) and derogatory comments.  “I look at people and wonder which one of you said that comment,” al-Saeedi said. “You all have these smiles on your faces, but which one of you is harboring this intolerance?” (Tolerating the most intolerable so-called religion on earth is national suicidal)

As a native of Yemen, al-Saeedi had never faced an experience like this before. “Now, I walk around campus more conscious of my Muslim identity than ever,” al-Saeedi said. “The campus feels different to me now.” (Good, go back to Yemen)

Following the reversal of the decision, Duke Student Government President Lavanya Sunder, a junior, issued a public statement in which she addressed the “unprecedented amount of hate messages and threats” that the University received following the initial announcement.  


“I was certainly disappointed by the reaction of people outside of the Duke community who spoke against Duke for its initial decision to broadcast the adhan from the Chapel,” Sunder wrote in an email to The Chronicle Wednesday. “I certainly wasn’t expecting the level of hate and anger that Duke received after announcing the initial decision.”

“Like the rest of the world, we are facing a challenge in knowing how to respond to the presence of multiple ethnic and religious communities in spaces where one tradition [has or had] been historically dominant. These are issues that the whole global community is debating, so it shouldn’t surprise us that we at Duke debate them too,” Safi wrote in an email Wednesday.


“We are today simultaneously an international university of students and scholars from all over the world, and a university with a proud Methodist tradition. Those two realities, and they are both realities, need not clash, but do call for some measure of grace in negotiating.”

“I can’t think of another university that has allocated as many resources to supporting Muslim Life as Duke has over the last decade. It reminds us that universities are part of the larger fabric of American life, and susceptible to all the tensions and dramas that affect all of us. And that the march towards progress and inclusion is never smooth, never easy and never linear, but one that has to be perpetually pursued,” he wrote. 







Designated terrorist group CAIR thinks basketball fans chanting “USA” is a “racial” slur against Muslims

Fans at basketball games are sometimes rowdy. But it seems when a Tokay High School Pakistani Muslim player touched the ball or shot free throws, St. Mary’s students were led in chants of “USA, USA, USA.” Muslims and some leftists felt that was “racist.” (Really? What “race” is Islam?)

FOX40  NEW JERSEY – Some felt that was over the line. The player is senior Kashif Afzal, a Muslim. Most thought the chants of ‘USA USA’ were an expression of patriotism, until they figured out that it was directed at the Pakistani import Afzal when he shot free throws.

After the game he tweeted “St. Mary’s fans when I was at the line USA, USA, USA. That’s the coldest thing I’ve ever witnessed and has happen to me.” (Yes, how dare these filthy kuffar insult my Islamic heritage?)

Reportedly around 200 students in the visiting school bleacher section joined in. On the face of it, the chants didn’t seem objectionable except for the fact that they were targeted at the Muslim player. “I honestly don’t think you could say it was meant to be patriotic; for that person it was a little more meaningful, a little more hurtful,” Eric Sandstrom, principal, said.

(Because chanting USA is an insult to all Muslim supremacists whose only loyalty is to Islam, never the USA, Allah forbid)


Despite the State of the Union address being a virtual cheer fest, when Obama mentioned “Muslims,” the silence from both sides was deafening

imagesAt the State of the Union address, nearly every sentence is met with applause, either from one side or the other, and sometimes both. But last night, there was one moment in which the audience met a sentence obviously intended to be an applause line with profound silence instead.


RHRealityCheck  In the middle of an applause-sandwich, when the president referred to this country’s commitment to “reject[ing] offensive stereotypes of Muslims,” the room fell silent. The discomfort was palpable. It wasn’t that applause was tepid; there was no applause at all. For every member of that audience—consisting of all members of Congress, the justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, and many other honored guests—the notion of rejecting offensive stereotypes for Muslims didn’t garner a single clap.


Here’s the section:

As Americans, we respect human dignity, even when we’re threatened, which is why I’ve prohibited torture, [applause] and worked to make sure our use of new technology like drones is properly constrained [applause]. It’s why we speak out against the deplorable anti-Semitism that has resurfaced in certain parts of the world [applause]. It’s why we continue to reject offensive stereotypes of Muslimsthe vast majority of whom share our commitment to peace [DEAD SILENCE]. That’s why we defend free speech, and advocate for political prisoners, and condemn the persecution of women, or religious minorities, or people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender [applause]. We do these things not only because they’re right, but because they make us safer [applause].


TEXAS: Americans Against Islamization to Muslims: “You are NOT Americans, don’t fly our flag”

Angry Americans expressed their outrage at the radical Islamic ‘Stand up for the Prophet Mohammed/anti-‘Islamophobia’ conference held at a public facility in Garland, Texas yesterday. The thousands of protesters who were there are American patriots, so, of course, there was no violence.








DUKE University might have cancelled its idiotic plan to blast the Muslim Call to Prayer on campus every Friday but apparently UCLA is still doing it

This video in which the Muslim Call to Prayer can be heard all over the UCLA campus on Friday, was taken in front of the student activities center near the athletic field off Sunset Boulevard.

Guess it’s time for the big UCLA donors to threaten them.

h/t jim hoft







Designated Terrorist Group CAIR is worried about Texas gun laws and the anti-American Islamic ‘Stand with the Prophet’ meeting in Texas this weekend

ABC  The town of Garland, Texas is preparing for an influx of hundreds of protesters, who are expected to gather later this afternoon to protest an Islamic event.

The protesters are objecting to an event held by the Chicago-based Islamic organization called Sound Vision. Around 500 people are expected to attend the event called Stand with the Prophet Against Terror and Hate, according to ABC News affiliate WFAA-TV in Dallas. The event is being held in a building rented from the Garland school district.

Police have been monitoring social media and expect anywhere between 100 to 1,000 people to show up, according to a spokesman for the Garland Police Department.

Alia Salem, the executive director for CAIR the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Texas, said they have asked for more police protection after threats were made on social media sites.



Meet the radical Islamic professor at the center of the Muslim Call to Prayer uproar at Duke University

1511113_855361601193354_4557398532867091117_nIt all started when a University alumnus made a $3 million dollar donation to fund the position of Director of Islamic Studies at Duke University. Bettye Martin Musham, who gifted the Islamic Studies Center with the vast sum of money, said that she was convinced that it was the right thing to do after hearing a lecture on the meaning of jihad. Musham said that she and her husband would later become “hooked with the importance of Islam.”

After widespread condemnation by Christian leaders and university donors, Duke quickly reversed its ill-advised decision to blast the Muslim Call to Prayer from the loudspeakers of the university Cathedral every Friday afternoon.

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Breitbart  Dr. Omid Safi was appointed to run Islamic Studies at Duke University in July of 2014. He has been the point of contact for several media outlets, including the New York TimesWashington Post, and Huffington Post, in response to Duke University reversing its decision to broadcast Muslim prayers from Duke Chapel.

Following Duke’s retraction of allowing for Islamic prayer to be amplified from the school’s chapel, Safi took to Twitter to express his discontent. “Saddened that external threats on our community detracts us from celebrating Muslims & Christians living together, honoring each other,” Safi tweeted.


Why Safi did not include Jews in his tweet remains unknown–especially considering the fact that Duke has a well-populated Jewish presence on campus. However, Safi’s past statements may shed light onto why he chose to forgo mentioning the religion.

The Duke Islamic leader has time and time again expressed radical ideals through his social media accounts, news articles, and television appearances. Dr. Safi has frequently described the worldwide Muslim community as one that is “oppressed” and “marginalized,” and excused the perpetrators of the Charlie Hebdo massacre as victims of political grievances. He also excused Palestinian terror group Hamas of any wrongdoing, but has in the recent past described Israel as a “terror state” and decried the Israeli Prime Minister and U.S. President Barack Obama as war criminals.


After the Charlie Hebdo massacre, which was carried out by Muslim radicals, Safi wrote in a column on the tragedy that people should not jump to conclusion and make a moral judgement on either the victims or the jihadist perpetrators.

He wrote: “I try to resist the urge to turn the victims into saintly beings, or the shooters into embodiments of evil.” Although the shooters yelled that they were “avenging the Prophet Muhammad,”  Safi implored readers, “In this case, as much as in the case of the 9/11 hijackers, it might be good to look more at the political grievances of the shooters than into the inspiration of some idealized model of Islam.”

“I question what it means when satire… is directed at marginalized and oppressed communities the way that Muslims in France unquestionably are today,” Safi said in a recent Al Jazeera appearance. He was then twice asked why other religious communities do not react as harshly to their religious leaders when mocked. On both occasions, he “took issue” with the premise of the question and refused to give an answer.


Dr. Safi’s faulty scholarship has been well documented. He has in the past written articles about a supposed Zionist massacre of an Arab village, while using a misleading photograph in the piece that in reality showed Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Religion News Service eventually took down the article after they found that his piece did not meet its “editorial standards.” The Brandeis Center said in a statement at the time: “This misuse of this Holocaust image illustrates the concept of ‘Holocaust inversion,’ which is used to describe the practice of Jews, Zionists, or Israelis of behaving like Nazis or having culpability for Holocaust-like crimes.”

Several of Dr. Safi’s Facebook posts have revealed him as an anti-Israel radical and an apologist for the Palestinian Hamas terror group. He has in the recent past described Israel as a terror state and has also pleaded with his followers to support the anti-Israel and anti-Semitic BDS (Boycott, Divest, and Sanctions) movement.


In a September post, Safi angrily described Henry Kissinger as someone who needs a “refresher course” in world history. Safi said that Kissinger describing Iran as a bigger threat than ISIS was “fear-mongering” and “war-mongering.”

In a July 12 post, Safi equated the Israel Defense Forces with al Qaeda and the Taliban. “Let’s call it what it is: State sponsored terrorism. State sponsored murder,” he wrote of the Israeli government.

On July 23, Safi invoked Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (who was a strong supporter of the State of Israel) in order to demonize the Jewish State.

On August 2, he wrote that Senator John McCain was a “morally bankrupt vomitous excuse for a politician” after the Senator pledged to fund Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system.

In an August 6 post, he accused both Benjamin Netanyahu and Barack Obama of being “guilty of war crimes.” A day later, he wrote that Palestinian “resistance… should inspire all committed to peace and justice.”

After Israel’s war with Hamas, Safi on several occasions equated the Ferguson riots with the Palestinians in Gaza. “Struggle continues here, there, everywhere,” he wrote on Facebook.


Not once in Safi’s several Facebook rants did he condemn the Hamas terror group that rules the Gaza Strip and initiated the 50-day war with Israel. Not once did he prove that Israel had ever purposely targeted a civilian during its war with Hamas. Not once did he condemn Hamas for its various wrongdoings, such as using UN facilities for rocket storage, using human shields as cover to launch attacks, planning the mass slaughter of a Jewish community, or executing civilians that protested their rule.

Duke employs as its Islamic Studies Center director a man who has in his recent past called world leaders “war criminals,” supported anti-Semitic hate groups, and excused Islamic terrorism as a means of “resistance.” He remains, however, the undeterred leader of the Islamic Studies program at a school with 15,000 of America’s brightest students.






OREGON: Muslim man threatens to blow up a deli “in the name of Allah”

A 19-year-old MUSLIM is accused of threatening workers repeatedly at a Northeast Portland deli when he wasn’t able to buy a single cigarette, saying he would blow up the store “in the name of Allah.” Abdalah Mohamed also is accused of making threats to Jews and Israel. 


Oregon Live  (h/t The Opinionator) Mohamed was arraigned Monday afternoon on two counts of second-degree intimidation. He entered not guilty pleas to each count. He was booked into the downtown Portland jail on the warrant Friday. Court records indicate he’s lived in Northeast Portland for about six years and is originally from Kenya. He came to the U.S. in the year 2000.

According to Multnomah County Deputy District Attorney Richard Freud, Mohamed entered Ira’s Deli at 7215 N.E. Prescott St. on the morning of July 14 and asked to buy a cigarette.


Shaheen Brodle, who was working behind the counter, told the teen that the deli didn’t sell cigarettes individually and that he’d have to buy a pack if he wanted any cigarettes, Freud wrote. Mohamed demanded to speak to the owner, identified in the warrant as Iraj Rafai. Rafai came to talk to Mohamed and reiterated what Brodle had told Mohamed, the affidavit said.

That’s when Mohamed started shouting threats laced with profanity and demeaning comments about Jews and Israel, Freud wrote. According to the affidavit, Mohamed screamed, “I will blow up your store” and “I’m going to send my guys to shoot up your store.” Mohamed also referred to the owner as a “Jew” and an “Israeli.”

“You Israeli … I’ll blow up your store in the name of Allah!” Mohamed is accused of yelling, Freud wrote in the affidavit. “We take care of people like you.”

Mohamed left the store, continuing to yell at Rafai and spit on the ground toward Rafai, the affidavit said. While police were investigating and interviewing witnesses at the deli, Mohamed is accused of calling the store and leaving another derogatory message, the affidavit said.




TEXAS BNIers: Support AFDI counter-demo against radical Islamic ‘Stand with the Prophet’ conference in Texas

AFDI to hold “Stand With Free Speech” demo outside anti-free speech “Stand With the Prophet” conference.


In the wake of the jihad slaughter of journalists and cartoonists at the French weekly Charlie Hebdo screaming, “We have avenged the prophet!”, Islamic supremacists and terror-tied imams from across America will gather in Texas this weekend to hold the annual Stand With the Prophet in Honor and Respect conference, a weekend forum that is being billed as a “movement to defend Prophet Muhammad, his person, and his message,” according to event information. radical-islamic-leaders-to-hold-stand-with-the-prophet-rally-in-texas-this-weekend

The Stand With the Prophet in Honor and Respect conference declares that it is trying to start a “movement to defend Prophet Muhammad, his person, and his message.” This theme is strikingly similar to the motive of the Charlie Hebdo jihad killers: after they had murdered twelve people in the Charlie Hebdo offices, one of the gunmen shouted, “We have avenged the Prophet Muhammad.”

This kind of hate-filled rhetoric fuels the violence and murder of freedom loving people.

We will protest this supremacism and stand in defense of free speech. Je suis Charlie!

This Saturday, January 17 at 3:00pm in CST, 4999 Naaman Forest Blvd., Garland, TX 75040



Bring lots of American flags and free speech and Je Suis Charlie!  signs.

The human rights advocacy group the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) today announced that it will be holding a demonstration in defense of the freedom of speech on Saturday, January 17 in Garland, Texas, outside a conference on “Islamophobia” that seeks to stifle opposition to jihad terror and restrict the freedom of speech, working to further the same Islamic law that led to the Charlie Hebdo jihad massacre.

The Stand With the Prophet in Honor and Respect conference declares that it is trying to start a “movement to defend Prophet Muhammad, his person, and his message.” This theme is strikingly similar to the motive of the Charlie Hebdo jihad killers: after they had murdered twelve people in the Charlie Hebdo offices, one of the gunmen shouted, “We have avenged the Prophet Muhammad.”


The Stand With the Prophet event will feature John Esposito, a professor at Georgetown University and head of the Saudi-funded Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown; and Siraj Wahhaj, an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and close friend of the mastermind of that bombing, the “Blind Sheikh” Omar Abdel Rahman. Wahhaj has said: “said in 1992, “If only Muslims were clever politically, they could take over the United States and replace its constitutional government with a caliphate.”

AFDI President Pamela Geller said in a statement: “Saturday’s Stand With the Prophet event seeks to combat ‘Islamophobes in America’ – in line with Islamic supremacist groups’ longstanding objective of defaming, smearing and marginalizing anyone who opposes the jihad agenda. They say they want to defend Muhammad – which means to silence those who notice that defenders of Muhammad just murdered sixteen people in Paris, and tens of thousands worldwide since 9/11.”

“Our AFDI rally,” Geller added, “will stand for the freedom of speech against all attempts, violent and stealthy, to impose Islamic blasphemy laws on Americans and stifle criticism of Muhammad and Islam. As Muhammad’s followers kill more and more people, we need critics of him more than ever – and free people need to stand up against these underhanded attempts to stifle all criticism of Islam, including honest investigations of how jihadists use Islamic texts and teachings to justify Jew-hatred, violence, supremacism and oppression.”




Sharia-compliant DUKE UNIVERISTY spits in the face of every non-Muslim student on its campus

MSAStarting this Friday, Duke University plans to have a regular Muslim call to prayer on campus by a member of the Muslim Brotherhood front group MSA (Muslim Students Association). Most students support religious diversity, but critics are concerned by the Islamic terrorism it symbolizes.

CS Monitor (h/t burqasrugly)  As of Friday, residents of Durham, N.C., near the Duke University Chapel bell tower will now hear the tones of a male Muslim Students Association MSA (MSA is part of the designated terrorist group, Muslim Brotherhood, which is banned in Egypt and the UAE) member chanting the Muslim “adhan” or “call to prayer” at 1 p.m. each week.


“On campus among students and faculty the response has been overwhelmingly positive,“ says Duke spokesman Keith Lawrence in a phone interview.   “Those responding from the outside, particularly on social media like Twitter, have been mixed with some negativity that has begun to feed off of itself,” Mr. Lawrence adds.  

The ear-shattering chant, which announces the start of the group’s jummah prayer service, which takes place in the chapel basement each Friday at 1 p.m., lasts about three minutes and will be moderately amplified, according to a Duke University press release.

Somebody, please destroy the Duke loud speakers. Even dogs can’t stand the mind-numbingly offensive sound of Muslim Call to Prayer.