CONGRATULATIONS! Victory for Florida as State Senate passes ‘anti-Islam’ textbook bill!

The bill was inspired by the hard work of outraged parents who objected to history textbooks in Florida schools that contained overly extensive chapters about Islam but virtually nothing about all the other religions combined. Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR fought against this bill every step of the way.

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OCALA Florida’s school districts will be required to review and select textbooks under a bill passed by the Florida Senate.

The Senate on Friday voted 21-19 for the bill which was pushed in response to a backlash over national education standards called Common Core. The bill was also inspired by complaints over a high school world history textbook that some said gave too much attention to Islam.


School boards currently select textbooks from a list drawn up by the Florida Department of Education. Sen. Alan Hays, R-Umatilla, said the legislation was needed so that school board members will be accountable to parents and voters.

Opponents complained it would cost districts money to review textbooks. Sen. Geraldine Thompson, D-Orlando, said she was worried the bill would lead to censorship.




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NEW YORK CITY: NYPD hunts for a man who allegedly threatened to kill a Muslim in full supremacist attire

The NYPD’s Hate Crime Task Force is hunting for a middle-aged white man who allegedly called a Muslim woman a “terrorist” and threatened to kill her aboard a crowded city bus in Queens.


NY Post  The 5-foot-7 suspect became angry at Aya Mohammad when her (head?) bag brushed up against him as they were riding on the Q88 bus at Kissena Boulevard and Horace Harding Expressway in Kew Gardens Hills during the Monday morning rush sources said (sources, what sources?). He allegedly started hurling profanities at Mohammad, screaming, “Fuck you! Fuck your people! You Muslim! You’re a terrorist,” according to sources (sources, what sources?).

Mohammad, who was clad in traditional Muslim garb, allegedly tried to calm him down by pointing out that it was a bumpy ride and the bus was crowded. But the thug only became more aggressive, allegedly pushing the woman and spitting on her, sources said (sources? what sources?). Fed up, Mohammad fired back, calling the hate monger a “piece of shit,” sources said (sources, what sources?). But that only prompted him to clench his fist and allegedly sneer, “I’m not scared to hit you with my fist. I will kill you,” sources said (sources, what sources? CAIR?).

Where are the witnesses? It’s her word against his.


CONNECTICUT ARREST of Muslim man planning to fly drone-like devices packed with explosives into schools and Federal buildings

alleged+drone+plotterA Moroccan Muslim illegal alien, El Mehdi Semlali Fahti (photo right), was detained without bail in Connecticut after FBI agents discovered his plot to fly bombs on drone-like devices made out of radio-controlled model airplanes into a school and a federal building, according to.

CT Post  27-year-old El Mehdi Semlali Fahti,Moroccan Muslim national who allegedly plotted to turn a radio-controlled model airplane into a drone-like flying bomb and crash it into a school and a Connecticut federal building was arrested Monday by FBI agents.  (He must have gotten the idea from one  of his Muslim brothers, see below)

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Wires and tools were found in the High Ridge Drive apartment where El Mehdi Semlali Fahti, 27, had been living since January with an individual he met while incarcerated in Virginia, according to the FBI.

Fahti told an undercover agent in five recorded conversations that he studied the bomb attack operation for months, and had made a chemical bomb while in high school in Morocco, court documents charge. The recordings additionally claim he could obtain whatever else he needed for his plans in “Southern California on the border.” 

He said funding would come from “secret accounts” comprised of money-laundered cash and drug dealing profits, the FBI said. Fahti does not yet face federal terrorism charges at this time; those could come later when Assistant U.S. Attorney Krishna Patel takes the evidence to a federal grand jury while seeking an indictment.

Fahti is accused of making a false statement, falsely swearing under oath and falsifying declarations to a federal Immigration judge. Those actions allowed him to stay in the U.S. for seven years after his student visa expired and he flunked out of Virginia International University. He was incarcerated in California on a theft charge. He only moved to Bridgeport recently.

In one recording, Fahti says “the more he thinks about the case, he laughs because he cannot believe the judge believed him” in allowing him to seek refuge in the U.S. for political reasons.



ACT! for America: Relentlessly working to get anti-sharia legislation passed all around the country


And not just anti-sharia law bills, state initiatives are being introduced that put a stop to all kinds of creeping Islamization, part of the stealth war being waged against the U.S. by Muslim Brotherhood front groups like CAIR, ICNA, ISNA, MSA, and more. 

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ACT! for America is building up legislative firewalls to protect our nation – state by state. Here is what your support has helped us accomplish as we continue to educate state legislators across the country:

ALAC_logo American Laws for American Courts (protects US citizens from foreign law that specifically bars citizens from their Constitutional rights) – wins in 7 states, Louisiana, Tennessee, Arizona, Oklahoma, Kansas and North Carolina. A form of ALAC also passed in Washington State.

pur931f3e08c8628840 Free Speech Defense Act (gives authors and other individuals free speech protection from foreign libel suits seeking to extradite US individuals to foreign nations for legal action) – wins in 9 states, Oklahoma, New York, South Dakota, Utah, Tennessee, Louisiana, Florida, California and Illinois.

0 Andy’s Law (anti-material support for terror) – wins in 3 states, Arkansas, Tennessee and Louisiana.

Mutilation_logo-vi Anti-Female Genital Mutilation Legislation (female circumcision ban) – wins in 2 states, Kansas and Louisiana, pending in Washington.

refugee-resetlement-1 Refugee Resettlement Legislation (gives local municipalities control in refusing legal -Muslim- refugee resettlement into their communities) – win in Tennessee.


DEMOCRAT DHIMMI outrage at FOX News for “smearing” notorious Virginia terrorist mosque and the Virginia State Legislature that honored it

955_largeAlfonso Lopez, an appointee in the corrupt Obama Regime and a democrat candidate for Congress, is asking people to sign a petition against FOX News for exposing the un-American decision by the Virginia State Legislature to honor the Dar al-Hijrah mosque for “outstanding community service.” Service which has brought the Falls Church community such notorious terrorists as Fort Hood’s Major Nidal Hasan, Anwar al-Awlaki who was the al-Qaeda-linked imam for this mosque from 2001-2002, and two of the 9/11 hijackers, not to mention several terrorists currently held at Gitmo.


IPT  Apparently it was Lopez who introduced a resolution to recognize the 30th Anniversary of Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center in Falls Church, which the obviously ignorant lawmakers passed.

Criticism of extremist rhetoric and the numerous terror plots that have emanated from Falls Church, Va.’s Dar al-Hijrah Islamic center equals “ignorantly painting all Muslims with the same brush” and “dividing the country using fear and hate,” a Virginia state legislator said. Alfonso Lopez, a Democratic candidate for Congress, slammed Fox News host Eric Bolling for denouncing Lopez’s resolution honoring the 30th anniversary of the controversial Virginia mosque.

Bolling criticized the resolution because of Dar al-Hijrah’s ties to American-born al-Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki and convicted Fort. Hood shooter Nidal Hassan during a March 19 broadcast.


“For Fox News to smear an important community institution by ignorantly painting all Muslims with the same brush is reprehensible,” Lopez wrote on his Facebook page and in a post on the Daily Kos. “At its core, this is a rightwing media attack on the faith and religious freedom of hard-working patriotic Americans.”

Lopez created a petition attacking the “right-wing smears of the Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center” in response to the criticisms from Fox and others. He did not respond to a request for comment from the Investigative Project on Terrorism.


The resolution, which passed the Virginia General Assembly March 3, praised the mosque for “promot[ing] cooperation, tolerance and mutual understanding among different faiths.” Dar al-Hijrah may engage in inter-faith outreach but it also has a history of radical preaching, and attracting radical jihadists who prayed there. Lopez also downplayed the mosque’s established connections with terrorism and extremist rhetoric by playing up the charitable activities and interfaith activities it engages in under the rubric of dawah (Muslim evangelism).

U.S. Department of Homeland Security reports obtained by the IPT have noted that the mosque “has been under numerous investigations for financing and [providing] aid and comfort to bad organizations and members” and have called it a “front for Hamas operatives in U.S.”


Among those bad members, Awlaki served as an imam at Dar al-Hijrah before leaving the United States. Two 9/11 hijackers attended services there, as did Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan and terrorist financier Abdurrahman AlamoudiThe Washington Post noted in 2011 that “almost no other mosque in the country has been linked to so many cases of alleged terrorism.”

If you feel like signing anything, send an email to FOX News for putting the spotlight on this travesty.

Shaker Elsayed, who is the imam of Dar Al-Hijrah mosque and Islamic Center, addresses Ethiopian Muslims living in the United States at T.C. Williams High School. In his speech he implores Ethiopian Muslims living in America to arm themselves for jihad.


Elsyaed has had questionable ties with terrorists.  Shaker Elsayed (born in Cairo, Egypt, in 1951) is a dual citizen of Egypt and the US, and has been the Imam of the Dar Al-Hijrah mosque in Falls Church, Virginia, since June 1, 2005. Elsayed also served as an unofficial spokesman for the family of Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, who was convicted of plotting to assassinate President Bush. Abu Ali worshipped at Dar al-Hijrah.

THE DAILY CALLER The controversial imam of a prominent mosque in Arlington, Va., has urged immigrant Muslims in the United States to wage war for Islam. ‘The enemies of Allah are lining up. The question for us is, are we lining [up] or are we afraid because they may call us terrorists?’ Shaker Elsayed told a crowd of Ethiopian Muslims during a lecture at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va.

‘Let me give you the good news: they are already calling us terrorists anyway. Whether you sitting at home, watching TV, drinking coffee, sleeping or playing with your kids, you are a terrorist because you are a Muslim. ‘Muslim men when it is a price to pay, they are first in line. … They are the first in the community-service line. They are the first in jihad line,’ he declared to applause.


DEARBORNISTAN: Muslim parents outraged over school flyers promoting Easter Egg Hunt

cadburistanBut, but but….don’t they know that Cadbury chocolate maker now has sharia-compliant, halal-certified Easter eggs?


Detroit Free Press  Muslim parents are concerned about public schools in Dearborn handing out flyers to all students advertising an Easter egg hunt, saying it violates the principle of church and state separation.

A flyer headlined “Eggstravaganza!” was given to students this week at three elementary schools in the Dearborn Public Schools district, which has a substantial number of Muslim students. The flyer described an April 12 event at Cherry Hill Presbyterian Church in Dearborn featuring an egg hunt, relay race, and egg toss. It asked students to RSVP “to secure your free spot” and included images of eggs and a bunny.


“It really bothered my two kids,” said parent Majed Moughni, who is Muslim and has two children, ages 7 and 9, in Dearborn elementary schools. “My son was like, ‘Dad, I really don’t feel comfortable getting these flyers, telling me to go to church. I thought churches are not supposed to mix with schools.’”

Moughni said he’s concerned about “using school teachers paid by public funds … to pass out these flyers that are being distributed by a church. I think that’s a serious violation of separation of church and state.”

David Mustonen, spokesman for Dearborn Public Schools, did not respond Thursday to several requests by the Free Press for comment. The pastor of Cherry Hill Presbyterian Church defended the flyer, saying it was approved for distribution by Dearborn Public Schools and is not promoting a religious event.

Halal-Certified Easter Eggs

Halal-Certified Easter Eggs

“It’s designed to be an opportunity to invite the community to come for a day of activity,” said Pastor Neeta Nichols of Cherry Hill. “There is not a religious component to this event.”

“Part of our ministry in Dearborn is to invite the community to let them know we’re here,” she added. “We’re offering various kinds of programming, fun opportunities, so what we can be engaged with the community.” But Moughni and others are worried that churches are trying to convert their youth through the Dearborn schools. Moughni said his children received flyers for Halloween events at another church last year.

And in recent years, other Muslim parents have complained about what they say are attempts to convert their children. The Conquerors, a Grandville-based group of Christian athletes who display feats of strength to spread the message of Jesus, have performed in Dearborn schools, drawing some concern. In 2009, there was controversy over an assistant wrestling coach who some parents said was trying to convert Muslim wrestlers, which the coach denied.

Converting little Muslim kids with Halal bunnies

Converting little Muslim kids with Halal bunnies

Moughni said he greatly respects Christianity, but believes that schools should not promote events related to religious holidays. He said he would oppose flyers that promoted events at mosques as well.

Part of the debate centers around whether Easter is entirely a religious holiday, or one that combines Christian and Western cultural traditions such as the Easter bunny and eggs. Greg Lipper, senior litigation counsel at Americans United for Separation of Church and State, said he has some concerns about the flyer since the event is being held at a church.

“It would be one thing if this were an Easter egg hunt in an otherwise secular setting,” say, the White House Easter egg hunt, he said. “But this invitation was for an Easter egg hunt at a Christian church — and so the event has much clearer religious connotations. Context matters.”


Lipper added that the legality of flyer distribution in schools depends on whether the district is favoring some institutions over others. Schools can’t favor one religion, he said.

“The younger the children, the greater the concern,” Lipper said. “Children are more impressionable than adults, and elementary schoolchildren are more impressionable than any other students. And so the school district has to be especially careful about appearing to endorse … a particular religion.”





ATTENTION all homegrown jihadists!

Now there’s a Muslim Legal Fund helping budding jihadists in America avoid FBI informants.




Thanks to Barack Hussein Obama, the most effective methods of counter-terrorism training have been scrapped. I guess informants are all they have left.

On a happier note, ‘No NSA reform can fix the Muslim surveillance complex in America, because Muslims likely make up the bulk of US domestic spy targets.’


Better oversight of the sprawling American national security apparatus may finally be coming: President Obama and the House Intelligence Committee unveiled plans this week to reduce bulk collection of telephone records. But for those living in so-called “suspect communities” like Muslim Americans, the days of living on the receiving end of excessive spying won’t end there. READ MORE


OHIO: Far Left-leaning Rev. Deborah Lindsay of First Community Church in Marble Cliff needs to be fired for preaching that Islam is just like Christianity


The Rev. Deborah Lindsay preaches on the similarities between Christians’ observance of Lent and Muslims’ understanding of jihad as part of an interfaith effort between the two religions. (Did she miss what the quran says about jihad and unbelievers?)

Columbus Dispatch  The Rev. Deborah Lindsay’s office isn’t exactly typical for a Christian minister. Along with crosses on the wall, bookshelves hold Christian texts alongside Muslim scriptures. A dish on a table holds Muslim prayer beads. Behind her door hang clergy stoles, including one patterned with a colorful design adapted from a Muslim prayer rug.


The room at First Community Church in Marble Cliff represents what Lindsay has spent the past four years working to achieve. Just as she has found that Christianity can blend with Islam in her office, she has shown that Christians can sit beside Muslims in the community.

Lindsay is wrapping up a Muslim-Christian bridge-building project that pairs members of her church with members of the Noor Islamic Cultural Center in Hilliard. It’s part of her work toward a doctor of ministry degree in multi-faith studies at New York Theological Seminary.

“The thing that surprised me the most is that people in the congregation were surprised that we share common values with Muslims — the importance of loving your neighbor, compassion, taking care of people who need to be taken care of,” (but only if they are Muslims) she said. “Those are values that are deeply embedded in Christianity and deeply embedded in Islam, and people didn’t know that.”


Along with events at Noor, Lindsay has preached on a Lenten topic that might not have been so warmly welcomed at a less-progressive congregation. The pre-Easter season of sacrifice and repentance, she said, has a great deal in common with the Muslim concept of jihad.

“When we think jihad, we think holy war. And that may be what it means to fanatics and terrorists, but what the vast majority of Muslims understand jihad to be is ‘struggling in the way of God,’  ” she wrote for a 2013 sermon. “The way of God being goodness, justice, mercy and compassion. It is a personal, spiritual endeavor.” For Muslims, Lindsay said, jihad might mean marching on despite the loss of a child, building bridges through friendship or trying not to take simple things for granted. (Who brainwashed this woman with Islamic taqiyya?)


Although she acknowledged that the concept might be a stretch for many, she said she seeks to push people out of their comfort zones so they see one another not as categories or stereotypes, but as people of faith who share the same God. During the events at Noor, participants from both religions wrote their deepest values on slips of paper and the group was asked to try to determine which values were Muslim and which were Christian. No one could tell the difference.

“This is a great way of bringing communities together and erasing taboos and misunderstandings,” said Imran Malik, chairman of the board that oversees Noor. He said the events led to friendships, evidenced by connections on Facebook and Twitter. Interfaith understanding is growing in central Ohio, he added, especially as work in the area reaches Columbus’ suburbs.


Such activities are fruitful and should be encouraged, said Nimet Alpay, who has worked on a number of interfaith initiatives with the Turkish American Society of Ohio and as an executive member of Niagara Foundation.

“When we get over the minor differences we have and not prejudge the others by what we hear from media or from other sources, we see that we do have the same shared values and we can work hand in hand to better our communities for all of us to live in harmony,” Alpay said.

Lindsay started on her path in August 2001, when she was angered by threats from the Rev. Terry Jones in Florida to burn copies of the Quran on Sept. 11.  She said she had intended to pursue a doctorate in pastoral care and counseling, but a friend suggested she change course. “That’s what we need you to do,” the friend said. “The world needs that more.” (No, it doesn’t, you fool. You are a useful idiot for Muslim dawa – spreading Islam to unbelievers)


CAIR’s Muslim bagheaded shill posing as a ‘journalist’ whines about being dissed by Tennessee mosque cemetery opponents

Trying to pass herself off as a journalist at the Murfreesboro Muslim cemetery battle, University of Maryland student interloper, Noor Tagouri, didn’t like how she was treated by the opponents of the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro’s plan to open a cemetery.

The board of zoning appeals approved the cemetery in January, but opponents were seeking an injunction, hoping to stop the cemetery from moving forward because of traffic and environmental concerns. Muslims do NOT use caskets to bury their dead, but wrap them up in shrouds and dump the bodies in the ground.


‘Jesus is a Muslim’ and ‘Mohammed is in the Bible’ billboards are infuriating Christians and Jews all over Ohio

A group of Islam proselytizing billboards, using blatant lies by a supremacist Muslim group called ‘Ask a Muslim,’ not only are visually polluting Central Ohio, they have so offended one local minister that he says he’s taking his protest to the streets this weekend.

Whatever happened to ‘Truth in Advertising’ laws?


ABC  Dave Daubenmire, of Pass the Salt Ministries, says he plans to organize a rally. Daubenmire says he and others in his ministry were shocked to see billboards bearing “Jesus Is Muslim” and “Mohammed is in the Bible” messages.

Kenneth Tour, who practices the Islamic faith, says the signs are paid for by “Ask A” and are meant to strike up a conversation about religion and faith. Tour says he became a Muslim about five years ago. He says he believes the billboards are a good way to spark interest in his religion. 

And in Georgia:


GOOD NEWS! Anti-sharia bill ‘SB 386′ passes 2nd phase of the legislative process in Florida

Florida Senate Judiciary Committee votes 6 to 3 in favor of approving the American Laws for American Courts bill which would prohibit Sharia and other foreign laws from being recognized by Florida courts.

As soon as it gets to the third round, I will be asking your help again in emailing those who will vote. Thank you for your cooperation in the first two rounds.


Florida Family Assoc  The Florida Senate Judiciary Committee approved American Laws for American Courts legislation which would prohibit Sharia and other foreign laws during the committee’s March 25, 2014 meeting.

The committee voted 6 to 3 in favor of SB 386 titled Application of Foreign Law in Certain Cases during their Tuesday, March 25, 2014 9:00 am – 11 am meeting: 

Senator Tom Lee (R)                    YES
Vice Chair:
Senator Darren Soto (D)               NO 
Senator Rob Bradley (R)             YES
Senator Andy Gardiner (R)         YES
Senator Arthenia L. Joyner (D)    NO
Senator Jack Latvala (R)             YES
Senator Garrett Richter (R)         YES
Senator Jeremy Ring (D)               NO

Senator John Thrasher (R)          YES

To view the video of the meeting click here.  The official committee vote history was not available at the time this article was prepared.  However, when it is available it will be posted here.

This legislation, commonly known as “American Laws for American Courts”, would prohibit Florida courts from considering certain provisions of foreign laws, including Islamic Sharia law, if such provisions are inconsistent with the Florida and United States of America Constitutions.

If Florida courts accept provisions of Islamic Sharia law or other foreign laws or legal codes which are inconsistent with American laws it will undermine public policies enacted by our representative form of government and change our value system.

The next Senate committee to review SB 386 is the Committee on Governmental Oversight and Accountability.  The Florida House companion bill HB 903 was approved by the Florida House Civil Justice Subcommittee on March 18, 2014.  HB 903 is waiting to be scheduled in the House Judiciary Committee.  Florida Family Association will send out email alerts as soon as this legislation is scheduled by another committee in either chambers.







TENNESSEE: Fireworks erupt at court hearing between supporters and opponents of proposed Murfreesboro mosque cemetery

The battle over a cemetery being planned at a Murfreesboro mosque didn’t end when Monday’s hearing did. Afterwards, a heated confrontation erupted in a courthouse hallway.


WSMV  The board of zoning appeals approved the cemetery in January, but opponents were seeking an injunction Monday, hoping to stop the cemetery at the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro from moving forward because of traffic and environmental concerns. Muslims do not use caskets to bury their dead, but wrap them up in shrouds and dump them in the ground.






FLORIDA: Muslim Brotherhood/CAIR Capitol Day in Tallahassee


Ahmed Bedier, former executive director of CAIR, and now an advocate for Muslim special rights, compares Jesus to the Taliban.


Bedier described Imam Azhar Subedar as a person that if you saw him “walking down the halls of the Capitol he was like gliding. People were not sure if they saw Jesus or someone from the Taliban.” 

If this offensive comment was said by anyone else CAIR would have filed an anti-Muslim hate speech story in record time. Ironically, CAIR-FL Directors Hassan Shibly and Nezar Hamze were standing next to Ahmed Bedier and said nothing. This example exposes CAIR’s selective use of “anti-Islamic” comments as a problem only when a non-Muslim says something offensive. Ahmed Bedier’s offensive comments are legendary so nobody was surprised what came out of his mouth in a public setting.

Read more about Ahmed Bedier’s al-Qaeda family links HERE