Contrary to what you may imagine from these screenshots from the featured video, the ladies of small-town Michigan aren't the only gullible folk. Be sure to see the entire video for the proof. But first, the background.
In a recent post on his blog, Leo Hohmann, described as "a veteran journalist and author of the 2017 book Stealth Invasion: Muslim Conquest through Immigration and Resettlement Jihad," writes, inter alia:
' .... To offset the friction caused by the aggressive Islamization put forth by CAIR, the Muslim Brotherhood uses other groups to present a more friendly face. For this, the Brotherhood uses groups like ISNA [Islamic Society of North America], ICNA [Islamic Circle of North America] and MAS [Muslim American Society].
That's why the city of Center Line [in Michigan has hosted, on Saturday,10 February] a Know Your Muslim Neighbor event at its public library ... compliments of MAS.
The problem, says Philip Haney, an expert on Sharia and retired Homeland Security officer who worked in counter-terrorism for more than a decade, is that the MAS partner ICNA was named in the Explanatory Memorandum published in 1991 by the Muslim Brotherhood. This is the document that explains the Brotherhood’s strategy to infiltrate and dominate the U.S. from within. All of its outreach efforts are part of this seditious plan and fall under the umbrella of what the Brotherhood calls “civilization jihad.” [Emphasis added, here and below]
“These MAS-sponsored Know Your Muslim Neighbor events have been going on in cities throughout Michigan and the U.S. for years,” Haney said.
The video below shows snippets of how they unfold. The events focus on half-truths and inconsequential facts, like that great Middle-Eastern food and those stylish head-scarves donned by the women....
But there’s more than meets the eye going on at these meetings, says Haney....
The MAS works closely with the Islamic Circle of North America or ICNA.
“Dawah is their specialty,” Haney said.
Dawah is an Arabic word meaning “proselytization.”
“People who do dawah are called Dawiya, which means missionary or what we call outreach in the secular arena,” Haney explained....
Dawah is a form of peaceful, civilizational jihad, used to establish Islam in the minds of a people not familiar with it. The ultimate goal is to elevate Islam to the point where it becomes the dominant religion in the community and anyone who resists will find themselves marginalized and considered “less than.” This is the hallmark of Sharia.
“In their campaigns three to five years ago they emphatically denied they had any intention of implementing Sharia law in America,” Haney said. “But then when it became obvious that wasn’t true, with people like Linda Sarsour talking openly about Sharia, they switched it up to say it’s being practiced but it’s compatible with the Constitution so it’s OK, don’t worry about it. And if you think it’s a threat you are an Islamophobe, you’re an extremist.
“It all ties in. It always will until it all finally gets resolved,” Haney said.
See the entire post here
Haney believes a time is coming when America will have to make a choice. It’s the same choice that has already been made in the UK, Germany and Sweden — to either confront this ideology of Sharia or allow it to dominate and control what non-Muslims are allowed to say or write in public. Those countries have all enacted hate-speech laws that effectively serve as Islamic blasphemy laws, punishing anyone who speaks out critically of the new dominant faith – Islam.....'
And this disturbing revelation
Articles about American anti-Semitism:ReplyDelete
Why Muslims Hate Jews:
Forgotten Oppression against Jews:
New York Times Erases Israel from Map:
How to Convict the New York Times
of Unfair Bias Against Israel:
Why Israel’s 1967 Borders are Undefendable:
Ancient Roman historians connected Jews with the Land of Israel:
Mr. Patrick Condell has no Jewish ancestorsReplyDelete
and no religion that might cause him to favor Jews.
Please read these short pro-Israel articles that
expose the Palestinians by Mr. Patrick Condell: