The troubling past and frightening future of jihad

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Youssef is worthy of your full attention. Militant Islam is coming for you.. you will be forced under the sword to submit- History is clear… followers of this ideology have murdered, raped, pillaged, burned, and enslaved wherever they go. And now, our government is embracing this ideology through the infiltration of our political “class”.. the same stealth Jihad used over and over in country after country. It’s time to work to oust all those politicians who embrace, encourage, or tolerate any element of Sharia.

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Is it racist to criticize Islam?

April 28, 2011

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“Is it racist to criticize Islam?”


America’s rich heritage of free speech and public debate is one of the hallmarks of our country’s greatness.

But when it comes to the topic of Islam, rather than engaging in honest debate about such aspects as jihad, sharia law, treatment of “infidels,” or treatment of women, what we frequently see instead is a barrage of personal attacks intended to muzzle any and all debate.

One of the more vile is the false accusation of “racism.” “Citizen Warrior” has posted a powerful rebuttal of this accusation (see below) which we encourage you to read and forward to everyone you know.


Is it Racist to Criticize Islam?

http://www.citizenwarrior.com/2010/09/is-it-racist-to-criticize-islam.html

 


Is Ayaan Hirsi Ali a racist? She was born in Somalia, from which she escaped to avoid an arranged marriage, and she eventually became a member of Parliament in the Netherlands.

She helped produce a film with Theo Van Gogh which criticized Islam’s treatment of women. Van Gogh was shot to death by a Muslim in retaliation, and a note was pinned to his chest with a knife — a note that threatened Ayaan Hirsi Ali.

She made her way to the United States, and has since written two books critical of Islam: Infidel and Nomad: From Islam to America: A Personal Journey Through the Clash of Civilizations.


Is Wafa Sultan a racist? She was born and raised in Syria, and was trained as a psychiatrist.

On February 21, 2006, she took part in an Al Jazeera discussion program, arguing with the hosts about Samuel P. Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations theory. A six-minute composite video of her response was widely circulated on blogs and through email. The New York Times estimated it was seen at least one million times. In the video she criticized Muslims for treating non-Muslims differently, and for not recognizing the accomplishments of Jews and other non-Muslims. The video was the most-discussed video of all time with over 260,000 comments on YouTube.


Is Brigitte Gabriel a racist? She’s an Arab, born in Lebanon. Gabriel watched her country become an Islamic state. Lebanon was a Christian country and “the jewel of the Middle East” when she was young. But the Muslims in Lebanon, supported by Syria and Iran, slowly became more militant until they turned the country into a war zone.

She made her way to America only to find, to her horror, the Muslim Brotherhood here in her newly adopted country, going down the same road. She decided to warn her fellow Americans about the dire results you can expect from appeasing orthodox Muslims, so she founded ACT! for America, a grassroots organization dedicated to educating the public about Islam’s prime directive.

Gabriel is the author of two books, They Must Be Stopped: Why We Must Defeat Radical Islam and How We Can Do It, and Because They Hate: A Survivor of Islamic Terror Warns America.


Is Ibn Warraq a racist? Warraq was born in India to Muslim parents who migrated to Pakistan after the partitioning of British Indian Empire.

Warraq founded the Institute for the Secularisation of Islamic Society. He is a senior research fellow at the Center for Inquiry, focusing on Quranic criticism.

Warraq is the author of seven books, including Why I Am Not a Muslim and Leaving Islam. He has spoken at the United Nations “Victims of Jihad” conference organized by the International Humanist and Ethical Union alongside speakers such as Bat Ye’or, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and Simon Deng.


Is Tapan Ghosh a racist? The president of Hindu Samhati, he speaks all over India and the United States about the ongoing Islamic invasion of West Bengal.

In an article about him, a correspondent wrote, “A life of 25 years of relentless service has strengthened the resolve of Tapan Ghosh to unite Hindu masses to fight against injustice and the oppressive attitude of the authorities in the face of ever-increasing Islamist aggression.”

Ghosh said, “As someone who has suffered enormously from the Islamist onslaught in eastern India, both after the partition of India as well as the partition of erstwhile Pakistan to form Bangladesh, Islamic terrorism has deeply affected my life and the life of millions in the Indian subcontinent. The horrific events of 1971 where nearly 3 million Bengalis, mostly Hindus were exterminated by the Pakistani military regime left an everlasting impression on me. Since then, I have worked relentlessly for the service and upliftment of people reeling under the scourge of radical Islam.”

Is Seyran Ates a racist? Born in Turkey of Kurdish parents, and now working as a lawyer in Germany, Atest is highly critical of an immigrant Muslim society that is often more orthodox than its counterpart in Turkey, and her criticisms have put her at risk.

Her book, “Islam Needs a Sexual Revolution,” was scheduled for publication in Germany in 2009. In an interview in January 2008 on National Public Radio, Ates stated that she was in hiding and would not be working on Muslim women’s behalf publicly (including in court) due to the threats against her.

Ates is the author of the article, Human Rights Before Religion: Have we forgotten to protect women in our bid to accommodate practices carried out in the name of Islam?

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The Islamic Demolition of the Statue of Liberty

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Anyone have any questions? This murderous, evil ideology embraced by Muslim extremists intends to destroy your freedom, your liberty, and take your life if you should dare resist. Are you a coward, or is their a remnant of the courage, strength, and resolution that defined our forefathers?

» Will Rep. King Expose Rep. Ellison’s Pro-Terrorist Record?

The Washington Post on Tuesday published two columns on Rep. Peter King’s potentially explosive radical Islam hearings scheduled for Thursday. One column by Eugene Robinson carried the print edition headline, “Aiding the Jihadists,” and charged that the hearings would be exploited to benefit radical Islam. The column below that by Richard Cohen carried the headline, “Fuel for the Bigots,” and charged that the hearing would benefit irrational opponents of radical Islam. So King can’t win, according to the Post, no matter what he does.

But King could turn the tide on Thursday because the first witness is none other than the first Muslim member of Congress, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), who is the co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. Ellison’s purpose is to defend his Muslim constituents, but King’s investigators must know that Ellison has a lot to answer for, and that his anti-terrorist credentials are suspect.

As we have pointed out: “In addition to being the first Muslim member of Congress, which is usually mentioned by the media, Ellison was an official of the National Lawyers Guild (NLG), cited as a Communist Party front organization by the House Committee on Un-American Activities. It remains the U.S. affiliate of the International Association of Democratic Lawyers, the old Soviet front. In that capacity, Ellison had been a vocal supporter—and attended a fundraiser for—Sara Jane Olson, a member of the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA), an off-shoot of the Weather Underground that is probably best known for kidnapping Patricia Hearst.

“An Ellison speech on behalf of Olson, in which he called the terrorist a freedom fighter, has been eliminated from most websites, including one devoted to her legal defense, but a Minneapolis blogger who followed the case saved and posted it. One notices the lavish praise that Ellison bestows not only on Olson, also known as Kathleen Ann Soliah, but to Bernardine Dohrn, the former leader of the communist terrorist Weather Underground. Ellison also praised cop-killers Mumia Abu-Jamal, on death row in Pennsylvania, and Joanne Chesimard (aka Assata Shakur), who escaped the U.S. and is now living under the protection of the Castro dictatorship.”

This notorious record suggests that if Ellison had trouble recognizing the nature of terrorism when the radical left carried it out on American soil, he may have a similar blind spot when it comes to members of his own religious group.

King may decide not to go into any of this. But that could be a big mistake. Ellison wants to confront King over these hearings, and King has every right to respond and highlight Ellison’s record. It is a record that the major media have decided to largely ignore.

In advance of the hearings, of course, the media have been trying to put King on the defensive.

The Washington Post, for example, has published two items in support of the hearings. But what follows are some of the articles, blogs, and columns carried by the Post in its print edition and/or on-line over the last couple months which have been critical in advance of what King is doing:

  • “Hearings on Muslims Trigger Panic” by William Wan. January 24, 2011.
  • February 16, 2011, “Does public support Pete King’s hearings into Muslims? Yes and No,” by Greg Sargent. February 16, 2011.
  • “Anxiety on all sides of upcoming House hearings on radicalization of U.S. Muslims,” by Michelle Boorstein. February 27, 2011.
  • “White House praises Muslims ahead of House hearing,” By Eileen Sullivan and Lolita C. Baldor, The Associated Press. March 6, 2011.
  • “Congressman King defends himself against criticism over hearings on radical Islam,” by Emil Kolawole. March 6, 2011.
  • “Pete King admission undermines his own case for anti-Muslim hearings” by Adam Serwer. March 7, 2011.
  • “The limited scope of Peter King’s ‘radical’ hearings” by Jonathan Capehart. March 7, 2011.
  • “Peter King vs. the American public” by Robert P. Jones CEO, Public Religion Research Institute. March 8, 2011.
  • “Japanese Americans decry Rep. King’s Muslim hearings as ‘sinister,’” by David Nakamura. March 8, 2011.
  • “Rep. King’s hearing is the wrong answer to the wrong question” by Welton Gaddy. March 8, 2011.
  • “President Washington or Congressman King?; ‘To bigotry, no sanction,’” by Arthur Waskow. March 8, 2011.
  • “Singling out one faith affects them all” by J. Brent Walker. March 8, 2011.
  • “Rep. Eric Cantor defends Rep. Peter King’s hearings on radical Islam” by Felicia Sonmez. March 8, 2011.

This is the same paper, incidentally, that carried a small item about radio host Fred Grandy leaving WMAL that made no mention of the role of radical Islam in his departure.

Here is how the Post reported it: Fred Grandy—the ‘Love Boat’ star turned Iowa congressman turned morning drive-time talk-radio star—is leaving his gig as star of WMAL’s ‘The Grandy Group.’ Grandy’s ratings have lagged behind the station’s other conservative hosts, and he has clashed with management for months over how to boost them.”

The Post attempted to blame his departure on ratings when the criticism that he and his wife had been making of radical Islam was the critical factor.

The omission can clearly be explained by the bias of the paper, as reflected in the large number of critical articles and columns about the King hearings.

One can only surmise that the hostile reaction to the hearings is based, at least in part, on the fear that the investigation of radical Islam will inevitably lead to questions about Ellison himself.

It turns out that Ellison may be the embodiment of one of Glenn Beck’s so-called “conspiracy theories”—that the radical left and revolutionary Islam are working hand-in-glove against America.

Cliff Kincaid is the Director of the AIM Center for Investigative Journalism, and can be contacted at cliff.kincaid@aim.org.

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Finally… this hearing is WAY past due. CAIR exposed once again for who and what they are. And Ellison? Let’s see who he pals around with.. Very illuminating.  More information related to this issue..

 

update 3/9/11 3:19pm

Rep. King Gets Threatening Phone Calls Before Islam Hearings

By Dan Weil

In a chilling development before his hearings Thursday on Islam in America, Rep. Pete King, R-N.Y., has received numerous threatening phone calls, some from overseas. The calls have spurred increased police protection for the chairman of the Homeland Security Committee, The Hill reports.

king, telephone, threatsKing says he feels perfectly safe and will go ahead with the hearing. “There were some threats from overseas and a number of other remarks,” he told The Hill. “Whatever threat analysis police have done, they believe I warrant security. I don’t ask for it, and I certainly don’t turn away any security that police think I should have. I leave it up to them.”

While some in Washington have said the hearing itself may motivate terrorists, King says it’s important anyway to inform the public and encourage Muslim Americans to fight terrorism.

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