Ayaan Hirsi Ali on the Preaching of Islam and the Left’s Alliance with Islamists (Pt. 1)

Published on May 8, 2017 by The Rubin Report

Ayaan Hirsi Ali (Human Rights Activist) joins Dave Rubin to discuss the challenge of Dawa (the preaching or proselytizing of Islam), the left’s alliance with Islamists, intersectionality, the indoctrination occurring on college campuses, and more. *This episode was filmed on location, not in The Rubin Report studio.

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Sharia Law and Political Islam (Pt. 2)

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Female Genital Mutilation and “Islamophobia” (Pt. 3)

Dr. Jihad’s prescription for a Muslim America

Syrian immigrant Dr. Jihad Qaddour addresses Muslims in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in August 2016.

Ripe for the taking: ‘It starts with an idea … We want to change this society’

WND, by Leo Hohmann, April 27, 2017:

A Muslim resident of Sioux Falls shocked the state of South Dakota and beyond recently when he posted videos to Facebook warning Christians to “be scared, be terrified” as he brandished five guns and 1,200 rounds of ammunition.

Ehab Jaber was questioned by local police and the FBI but allowed to walk free until two weeks later. Only after WND’s report on the videos, followed by several other reports by conservative news sites, did the South Dakota attorney general step in on April 21 and file charges of terroristic threats against Jaber.

Jaber, who was released on a $2,500 bond, embodies the harsh side of Islam. But there is another side.

Ehab Jaber made threatening Facebook videos at a Christian conference in Sioux Falls, S.D., on April 9, 2017, and was arrested 12 days later on April 21.

Islam in America often uses a softer approach that has proven much more effective in spreading the faith, say those who delivered the Christian worldview message in Sioux Falls that Jaber was so eager to disrupt.

In Arabic, the Muslim form of evangelism or “invitation” is called “dawah,” says Shahram Hadian, a former Muslim turned Christian pastor who heads up Truth in Love Ministries near Spokane, Washington.

Americans will embrace Islam

As an example of dawah, Hadian points to a sermon delivered by a visiting preacher in Sioux Falls last August. Dr. Jihad Qaddour came to Sioux Falls to encourage local Muslims to share Islam with Americans. If done the right way, he sees America embracing Islam, not by force but by choice.

Instead of the bloodcurdling rant that flowed from Jaber, Americans heard Qaddour speaking in soft, melodious tones about “love” and “mercy.”

Hadian said dawah is often connected to the first pillar of Islam – inviting people to pray and confess the shahada: “There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger.”

That’s why the planting of Islamic studies into U.S. public schools is so important to those seeking to normalize Islam and Islamic principles in the U.S.

Qaddour, a native of Syria who is actively involved in outreach to Syrian refugees, was a founding member of the Islamic Society of Wichita, Kansas. He received his Ph.D in electrical engineering from Wichita State University in 1990 and is now a tenured professor at Illinois State University.

Dr. Jihad is also a known front man for the Muslim Brotherhood in America, and his organization maintains friendly connections in the U.S. State Department, reports the Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch.

He came to speak about dawah at the Muslims Community Center, the newest of three mosques in Sioux Falls, built a few years ago with donations from an array of entities including Catholic Charities.

Qaddour said “America is the perfect society for dawah” and that Muslims should seek to “change this society” in accordance with the dictates of the Quran.

Like many small- to medium-sized cities in the U.S., Sioux Falls has seen an exploding Muslim population since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, D.C.

Sioux Falls is now home to between 4,000 and 5,000 Muslims, the vast majority of them imported from overseas through the federal government’s refugee resettlement program. The United Nations-selected refugees have been sent to Sioux Falls from Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Eritrea and Syria.

“Now it is 4,000. Next year it will be 8,000 [in Sioux Falls],” Qaddour boasted in making the point that Islam is growing “exponentially” across America.

Watch video of Jihad Qaddour teaching in Sioux Falls last August

“Your Marxists, Catholics, neo-evangelicals and Lutherans are helping bring them here,” observes Brannon Howse, who hosts a nationally syndicated Christian radio show called “Worldview Weekend.”

But others will be added to the ranks when Americans start responding to dawah and converting to Islam in large numbers, Qaddour said. The growth, fueled by immigration and dawah, will be “exponential,” he said.

The number of mosques will grow accordingly.

“Soon we will have one on every corner. This is reality,” Qaddour continued in his address to Sioux Falls Muslims. “First we have to have one idea. We want to change this society. It starts with an idea. Talk about Islam in a nice way. Be truthful, be helpful. ‘I love you for [your] humanity.’ They will come to Islam.

“Our message is mercy to all people,” he continued. “They hear on the news it’s terrorism but, no, we tell them it’s mercy.”

The objective of Islam through dawah outreach is clear, Qaddour said. “Rescue them from the hell fire.”

Hadian, a former Muslim from Iran who defected to Canada and later the U.S., said Qaddour is following the classic Muslim Brotherhood script for takeover of a Western society.

Hadian said the Brotherhood has one strategy for the “lower house,” in Western countries where its presence is still small, and another strategy once Islam becomes more established and is able to push its numbers up to about 10 percent of a country’s population. The preaching in the mosques changes once Islam shifts to the “upper house” and is strong enough to preach a message focused more on intolerance of other faiths.

“We talk about love and mercy and tolerance in the lower house, but we don’t tell them that ‘mercy’ means something else in the upper house, where we kill homosexuals, stone or flog adulterers, kill apostates – this is the way to show them mercy in the upper house,” Hadian said.

“The Muslim Brotherhood has said to name their houses of worship Islamic centers and Islamic community center, not mosques,” he said.

But dawah is how it starts, with talk of mercy, peace and tolerance for everyone.

“Europe is now moving to the upper house. This is where you rape them. It’s no longer sweet and romantic and about love and mercy and great Middle Eastern food,” Hadian said. “This plays well into the multicultural worldview.”

He said it’s exactly what Western liberals want to hear, and so that is what is preached by Muslims skilled in dawah.

How Hamas is winning hearts and minds in Europe

Via conferences and through hierarchies linked to the Muslim Brotherhood, Gaza-based terror group is building global infrastructure to challenge PLO’s standing as Palestinians’ sole legitimate representative

The Times of Israel, by March 14, 2017:

At the end of February, in Istanbul, the Palestinians Abroad Conference convened with the purported goal of promoting global support for the Palestinians. Its actual purpose was to bolster the status of Hamas in the international arena.

Many of the organizers of the conference, which was attended by thousands of Arabs and Palestinians from all over the world, are of Palestinian origin. But to those who closely followed what happened in Istanbul, it became clear that many of the organizers and attendees had something else in common: they are known to have been members — for decades — of Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated networks all over Europe.

This was not the first conference of its kind. Many like it have taken place in recent years. Many of the same faces are present — including current and past members of the Muslim Brotherhood, at a more or less official level, and current and past members of Hamas.

Their shared goal is to promote international legitimacy for Hamas — in Europe, Africa, the Middle East (of course) and even in Latin America — in a bid to challenge the PLO’s international standing as the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people.

Hamas, in this way, is slowly but surely establishing a global infrastructure of supporters who are providing not only encouragement and legitimacy, but also quite a bit of financial assistance.

Tracing the outlines of this infrastructure lends some surprising insights. For example, Britain turns out to be hosting more of this semi-official activity by Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood than any other country in Europe.

Then-Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh (L) and freed Palestinian prisoner Yahya Sinwar, a founder of the terror group’s military wing, wave as supporters celebrate the release of hundreds of inmates in a swap for captured IDF soldier Gilad Shalit, in Khan Yunis, southern Gaza on October 21, 2011. (AFP/Said Khatib)

One almost quintessential example of such activity under innocent-seeming cover is the Global Anti-Aggression Campaign.

“This group was established in 2003 in Saudi Arabia,” said Dr. Ehud Rosen, an expert on political Islam and the Muslim Brotherhood who assisted Steven Merley, another expert, in writing a comprehensive study on the topic. Merley started a website, Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch, which reports on Muslim Brotherhood activity all over the world.

“It was initiated by two former members of al-Qaeda, both from Saudi Arabia, who tried to brand the new organization as ‘non-violent,’” Rosen said. “The organization was rebooted in Qatar in 2005 [following the Saudi government’s objections to hosting it on Saudi soil]. Its founding group from 2005 includes high-ranking Hamas officials, including political leader Khaled Mashaal, alongside representatives of other groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood’s global organization, Salafists and Salafi jihadists.

“The group has held many conferences and issued fatwas against the West, such as against France after it began military action in Mali.”

The Campaign began focusing on Gaza in 2009, during and after Operation Cast Lead, an Israeli military campaign aimed at stopping rocket fire from Gaza into Israel. At a conference held in February 2009, the group decided to turn Gaza into a new front for jihad under the auspices of the “Istanbul Declaration.” The declaration, signed by 90 Muslim clerics from all over the world, including members of Hamas, stated that the Palestinian Authority was not the representative of the Palestinian people, while the “elected government of Hamas,” was in fact the legitimate representative.

The statement attacked the Saudi-sponsored Arab Peace Initiative — a proposal that offers normalization of ties between Arab countries and Israel in exchange for Israel pulling out of territories claimed by Palestinians — calling it nothing less than “a proven betrayal of the Islamic Nation and the Palestinian cause, and a blatant betrayal of the Palestinian people.”

“This [Global Anti-Aggression Campaign] group, like some other Muslim groups throughout Europe, does not call itself the ‘Muslim Brotherhood’ or a supporter of Hamas. These are networks of groups scattered over nearly the entire world. For their part, Muslim Brotherhood leaders claim their movement is active in 80 countries, but since September 11, 2001, and even before, the groups that are identified with [the Brotherhood] have denied any connection,” Rosen said.

“Take another example: FIOE, the Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe,” he said. “Thirty-seven different groups in different countries on the continent operate under that organization, and over the years have created an image for themselves as ‘the legitimate representatives’ — the Islamic mainstream. The group is known as IGD in Germany and UOIF in France. The same thing is going on in Scandinavia and almost everywhere.”

These networks operate according to the long-established model of the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas. In each country there is a network of civil society organizations — in other words, dawa, a word in Arabic meaning proselytizing or preaching of Islam. These organizations are run by well-known figures who head madrasas, or Muslim schools; mosques; charitable organizations that raise money not only for Muslims in Europe but also for Hamas; and even student associations in every well-known university in Europe. Recently, Muslim “human rights” groups have been established that work to strengthen support for the ideology of the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.

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Many prominent figures in these groups, again, operate on British soil. Here are some examples.

Anas Altikriti, a native of Iraq, is the son of a high-ranking Muslim Brotherhood official. His father fled Saddam Hussein’s regime to Britain. He himself was born in Iraq, but has lived in London since he was two years old. He visited the White House two years ago and met with president Barack Obama. Though he supports its policies, he says he is not a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Muhammad Sawalha, of Palestinian origin, is very well known to the Israeli security establishment as one of the founders of Hamas’s military wing in the West Bank. He also lives in London.

Zaher Birawi, a former Hamas operative in the Gaza Strip, was one of the spokesmen of the Mavi Marmara flotilla and has been involved in other flotillas.

Essam Yusuf Mustafa is a former member of Hamas’s political wing, at least according to the US Treasury Department. Mustafa, one of the organizers of the latest conference in Istanbul, is on the board of trustees of another organization, Interpal, which was declared a terrorism-supporting organization by the United States as far back as 2003. Both Birawi and Mustafa live in Britain.

Members of the Palestinian Hamas security forces stage mock raid on IDF post during a graduation ceremony in Gaza City on January 22, 2017. (AFP/Mahmud Hams)

Mustafa was a leader of a group called the Charity Coalition (also known as the Union of Good), which raised money for Hamas in the early 2000s and gained the spiritual support of Yusuf al-Qardawi, the leading Sunni cleric and Muslim Brotherhood member. The Turkish IHH group, which was one of the organizers of the Marmara flotilla, was also part of the Charity Coalition.

There are others, in and out of Britain: Ismail Patel, head of the Friends of Al-Aqsa group; Daud Abdullah, originally from Grenada, a former member of the Muslim Council of Britain, who helps operate a news site which takes a pro-Hamas and pro-Muslim Brotherhood stance; Azzam Tamimi, a Palestinian who is the CEO of the Alhiwar television station, which operates from London and is considered explicitly pro-Hamas (Zaher Birawi hosts a show on the station); Egyptian-born Ibrahim el-Zayat, currently living in Germany, who is considered a key figure in the financial dealings of these networks; and Ibrahim Munir Mustafa, also Egyptian by birth, who chairs the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood movement and lives in London.

Rosen, who has been tracking these names for quite some time, said there is a distinction between members of the official Muslim Brotherhood, such as those who operate in Egypt, and the networks that are thought to be identified with them.

“These are in effect groups that sprang up from former members of the Muslim Brotherhood who fled Egypt in the 1960s and settled in Europe. These groups were founded without any direct orders [from the Brotherhood], without a centralized command structure or a prominent commander,” he explained.

“But there are definite networks here, with major nexuses, such as London or Germany. They cooperate with the official Muslim Brotherhood and with Hamas.

“Hamas’s place in the enormous organization known as the global Muslim Brotherhood is growing right now,” he said. “Hamas is the movement’s own flesh and blood, and it wants to take control of the PLO. This is why its global activity has taken on a new importance. The Palestinian organization is trying to re-invent itself, with a new platform and a supposedly more moderate direction, but they are still the same organization.

“The whole BDS issue benefits from this Islamist infrastructure and receives assistance from organizations that are identified with Hamas or the Muslim Brotherhood,” said Rosen. “And there is persistent talk of Khaled Mashaal, the leader of Hamas’s political wing, replacing Ibrahim Munir as the chair of the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood movement.”

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Nashville Mosque Says Thanks By Preaching About Islam

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Daily Roll Call, by Cathy Hinners, December 5, 2016:

As Muslims across America tell tall tales of “hate”crimes escalating against them because of Donald Trumps election, Islamophiles rush to mosques to embrace and support them. But do they know just who they are hugging? Well they should learn. Just one of the many efforts by Muslims to perform dawa ( the proselytizing of Islam) was at the Islamic Center of Nashville, one of the most radical mosques in the U.S.

This event was to thank the ICN’s neighbors for kind messages left on their sidewalk as chalk art, but thanking wasn’t enough, it was an opportunity to present a course on Islam 101. One of the speakers was the former Imam from the controversial Islamic Center of Murfreesboro, who now is the Iman at the ICN, Ossama Bahloul. Bahloul, a native Egyptian attended Al Ahzar University  the premier university of the Muslim Brotherhood. Al Ahzar also is recognized as the leader in promoting jihad to members of ISIS and Al-Qaida. Jihad, an act of war against non-Muslims, is an obligation under Islamic law, which must be conducted to bring about a totally Islamic world.

Ossama Bahloul finished fourth in his class at Al Ahzar University. His degree is in Dawa, another obligation in Islam, achieved by promoting Islam as the one and only superior religion.

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Al Ahzar University is credited with starting the Islamist movement by training Islamic radicals tied to Muslim Brotherhood and stands for the propagation of Islam and sharia as a complete way of life. Considered the preeminent teaching center of sharia law Al Ahzar authenticated the English translation of “The Reliance of the Traveller, The Classic Manual of Islamic Sacred Law.”

Excerpts from “Reliance of the Traveller” include:

  • “the Objectives of Jihad” 8 – … wars against Jews, Christians, and Zoroastrians if they don’t accept the invitation to Islam or they can pay the non-Muslim poll tax (jizya)
  • “Giving Zakat to Deserving Recipients” 17 (zakat is Islamic charity)- those fighting for Allah [ie, “volunteers for jihad”]
  • “Dealing with a rebellious wife” 12(4)(c) – a husband may hit his wife.

Mohammed Ahmed, former imam at the Islamic Center of Nashville (ICN) told attendees at the June 2011 meeting of the Religion Communicators Council that he supported the Egyptian police forced virginity tests performed on female protesters in Tahrir Square.  The imam explained:  “Why? It’s a very interesting fact that the police giving you a heads up, ‘oh, those people are not virgin’.  That’s mean they are not good people”

The Islamic Center of Nashville is owned by the Muslim Brotherhood, specifically the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), whose name appears on the deed for the ICN. ISNA, is  a co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation trial, which landed several indictments of their leaders in prison for funding Hamas.

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In March  of 1998 the ICN’s newsletter tells Nashville’s Muslims that “[t]he time is right for us to reach beyond the boundaries of the Masjid, to the fullest extent possible, and attempt to establish Islamic principles into the society where our children will be raised. We must attempt to influence the future direction of this society….” (emphasis added)

The same newsletter also solicited money for the Holy Land Foundation.

gallowaypaul-fbAnother activist hailing from the Islamic Center of Nashville is Muslim convert Paul Iesa Galloway. Galloway, originally from Houston TX was the founder and director of Houston’s first chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR). CAIR, whose executive director, Nihad Awad is also an un-indicted co conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation trial. Awad, is a self proclaimed supporter of Hamas. Although Galloway often speaks of his relationship with law enforcement, his obvious ideology is that of CAIR, who adamantly supports not speaking to law enforcement unless      accompanied by an attorney from CAIR.

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Perhaps the Islamophiles embracing the likes of Bahloul and Galloway should be aware they too are supporting the ideology of the Muslim Brotherhood.  By supporting events sponsored by those whose agenda is to dismantle and destroy America and the West, they too must support the oppression of women, gays being thrown off buildings and Sharia law. Recognize anyone in attendance? We do, and maybe its time they are exposed.

Coming up..Who else is part of the Islamic Center of Nashville?

After continued Muslim terror attacks, NYC launches “I am Muslim” media blitz

By Creeping Sharia, September 27, 2016:

Including free classes on Islam. Taxation for Islamization. Submission. Taxpayers are funding the takeover of their own city where thousands of people were killed by Muslim terrorists and where Muslims continue to terrorize and attempt to kill non-Muslims.

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Above is a quick rendition of NYC’s Islamic dawah campaign. We encourage reader’s to make their own versions and hijack the #IamMuslimNYC hashtag on Twitter, Facebook and elsewhere.

We can, and will, make more and could make many more if the NYPD released names and photo’s of all the Muslims it arrests. But they don’t always do so, particularly in faked Muslim hate crimes.

Full story below on the full blown Islamic dawah no doubt orchestrated by the terror-linked Muslim Brotherhood organizations that have infiltrated all levels of New York City politics and law enforcement.


Source: New York City Human Rights Commission i-am-muslim

New York City is one of the most diverse and welcoming cities in the world. With more than 8.4 million residents, people of every faith, race, and ethnicity live and work side by side. Millions of people adhering to some religion or faith call New York City home, including thousands of Muslims with diverse backgrounds. They, like New Yorkers of every faith, contribute to the unique and rich cultural diversity for which New York City is universally known. They deserve to live and work free from discrimination and harassment.

Ongoing Events and Initiatives

Launching a digital ad campaign today led by the Commission on Human Rights to promote respect and understanding of Muslim communities and underscore anti-discrimination protections under the NYC Human Rights Law. The ads will appear on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter with the hashtag #IamMuslimNYC. The ads will direct traffic to NYC.gov/IamMuslimNYC, which will list fresources, events, and calls-to-actions in an effort to support and serve Muslim New Yorkers.

Hosting Community Safety and Fair Treatment Forums with the NYPD, the Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit, NYC Commission on Human Rights, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the Department of Education to discuss public safety concerns on the streets and in our schools, anti-discrimination protections under the law, and information on accessing city services.

• Developing a cultural sensitivity workshop with community leaders and the Islamic Center at NYU called “Understanding Islam” to help City employees and public and private employers across the city better understand the Islamic faith and to dispel common myths. The NYC Commission on Human Rights will launch a pilot workshop in October 2016.

• Increasing public outreach and awareness efforts on religious protections under the NYC Human Rights Law, including issuing a new multilingual fact sheet explaining protections against religious discrimination with a focus on Muslim communities and a new multilingual brochure on religious protections under NYC Human Rights Law with practical examples to identify discrimination in the workplace, housing, and public accommodations.

• Hosted a “Building Inclusive and Progressive Cities” forum with Mayor de Blasio and the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, along with Muslim leaders and community members, to discuss how New York City and other cities can better address Islamophobia and prevent hate crimes and other acts of discrimination.

• Convened Muslim, immigrant, and refugee groups to unite communities facing hate and violence and discuss shared actions the City and communities can take to combat xenophobic rhetoric, including a joint multi-sector action plan to join together and push back.

• Launching a citywide media campaign in late spring 2017 to educate New Yorkers on combatting xenophobia and embracing religious diversity, and create toolkits for government agencies and non-profits to improve cultural competency with faith-based communities.

Commitment of the de Blasio Administration with Muslim and all Faith-Based Communities

• Recognized Eid al Fitr and Eid al Adha as public school holidays for the first time in the 2015-16 school year.

• Hiring a senior advisor specifically focused on working with City agencies to ensure programs and services reach Muslim communities.

• Improving language access across the city. The Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs develops policy and monitors and coordinates with 75 City agencies to ensure effective translation, interpretation, and “plain language” practices amongst City agencies. At the NYC Commission on Human Rights, 26 languages, including Arabic, Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi, Urdu, and Gujarati are now spoken among law enforcement staff.

• Meeting regularly with Muslim community leaders and making mosque visits to discuss public safety concerns, social services, small business services, mental health, access to universal pre-K, and other issues facing communities.

• Furthering the inclusion of immigrant communities though IDNYC, a government-issued identification card that over 900,000 unique cardholders and connects New Yorkers to libraries, museums, hospitals, and many City services.

• Convening roundtables and workshops with Muslim leaders and advocates to discuss religious protections under the NYC Human Rights Law and how to report acts of discrimination.

• Celebrating Muslim traditions and increasing cultural literacy through public events, such as Eid celebrations in every borough and iftars throughout the city, including the largest public iftar in City history, “Iftar in the City,” attended by hundreds of New Yorkers.

Future Actions [i.e., PROMOTING ISLAM aka Dawah]

Spring 2017
NYC Commission on Human Rights launching citywide public information and integrated multiplatform marketing campaign on combating xenophobia and embracing religious diversity in New York City.

Summer/Fall 2017
NYC Commission on Human Rights, in collaboration with other agencies, launching toolkit for government agencies and non-profits to improve cultural competency with faith-based communities.

Join the conversation with hashtag #IamMuslimNYC and follow @NYCCHR on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

Resources

• Download the Fact SheetNYC Human Rights Law Protections for Muslims (and Those Perceived as Such): 10 Things You Should Know” (soon to be available in 9 languages).
• Coming Soon: Download the Brochure “Religious Discrimination Protections under the NYC Human Rights Law” (will be available in 9 languages).
• Download the #IAmMuslimNYC social media ads:

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• Learn more about upcoming free workshops on “Understanding Islam,” targeted at City employees and public and private providers citywide (pilot launching in October).


There are human rights laws specifically for the protection of Muslims? Is New York now governed by sharia law? The so-called Human Rights Commission sounds more like a sharia court. More analysis to follow.

New Yorker’s should be outraged that the city is not only aggressively promoting Islam and protecting those who will continue to attack them, but using their tax dollars to do so.

Clearly, 9/11 was a great victory for Muslims and they will continue to takeover New York City and will be forced to submit to Islam.

Dawah: The Call to Islam is Deceptive, Dangerous and Deadly

ISIS publication “Dabiq” articulates authoritative sharia (Islamic Law) for their actions including “The Call to Islam” which is DAWAH

ISIS publication “Dabiq” articulates authoritative sharia (Islamic Law) for their actions including “The Call to Islam” which is DAWAH

Understanding  the Threat, by John Guandolo,  Aug.29, 2016:

Dawah in Islam is not “proselytizing” to others.  It is the “Call” or “Invitation” to Islam, and is a legal requirement before Muslims wage jihad against non-Muslims.

The Koran speaks of Dawah – the Call to Islam.  “We do not punish until We send a messenger.” (Koran 17:15).  Tafsir Ibn Kathir, which legally defines every verse in the Koran, states this verse means Muslims cannot punish non-Muslims until they “give a warning” to them by inviting them to Islam.  This is Dawah.

The Um Dat al Salik (Reliance of the Traveller), authoritative Islamic Sacred Law approved by the highest authority in Islamic jurisprudence (Al Azhar in Egypt), reveals “Dawah…as a condition for waging jihad against non-Muslims” can be found in Book O, Justice, o9.8, which reads:  “The caliph makes war upon Jews, Christians, and Zoroastrians provided he has first invited them to enter Islam in faith and practice, and if they will not, then invited them to enter the social order of Islam by paying the non-Muslim poll tax (jizya)…and the war continues until they become Muslim or else pay the non-Muslim poll tax in accordance with the word of Allah Most High.”

The “most perfect example of a man” in Islam is Mohammad.  “When the Muslims commence battle, and they have surrounded a city or a fort, they are to invite the inhabitants to accept Islam, due to what is related by Ibn ‘Abbas ‘that the Prophet did not commence combat with a people without first inviting them to Islam.’”  [Al-Hidayah, A Classical Manual of Hanafi Law, “The Rules of Warfare”]

First comes Dawah, then comes Jihad.  Dawah is a legal requirement in Islam before Muslims can wage war on non-Muslims.

In May of 2006, Iranian President Ahmadinejad sent a letter to President Bush and the American people inviting us all to embrace Islam and asked, “Will you not accept this invitation?”

This was a declaration of war.  Do you think leaders at the Pentagon or National Security staffs were or are aware of the Islamic Law controlling this portion of the Law of Jihad for Muslims?

In March 2010, a Muslim wrote emails to the legislatures of five (5) states including Kansas, Texas, and Missouri.  The emails read, in part:  (March 2nd) “We Muslims believe that Islam is the only true religion devised by God Almighty Allah and that God Almighty Allah is the master of the ‘Day of Judgment’ on which every individual is accountable…I humbly invite you to ‘ACCEPT ISLAM FOR YOUR SALVATION.’” (March 20) “All Non-Muslims are obstinately stubborn, arrogant in NOT accepting Islam…”  (March 21) “This is perhaps my last email to Senators, House of Representatives/Delegates/Assembly and Staff Members…I would like you to bear witness that I have delivered you the Message of Islam to the best of my ability…I urge you again and invite you to ‘ACCEPT ISLAM FOR YOUR SALVATION’!”

This was a threat to these State Legislatures and remains in effect today.  The perpetrator, Javid Kamal, was arrested in Texas on immigration related charges.  He was not arrested because officials there understood the reality nor the magnitude of the threat that was being leveled at the state legislature.

It is worth noting the latest ISIS publication of Dabiq offers “A Final Invitation” to Christians and Jews to accept Islam or face war from the Muslims.

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It is also worth noting that ISIS continues to accurately site Islamic Sacred Law – which comes from the Koran and the example of the Prophet Mohammad – for their actions.

ISIS quotes and promotes the same sharia that Muslim leaders in America like those from Hamas (doing business as CAIR)  and the US Council of Muslim Organizations work so diligently to impose on non-Muslims.

The Call to Islam – DAWAH – is the warning before the sword.

How to do Dawah – A Guide

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We Need to Talk About Islam, by Harriet Taylor, August 1, 2016:

Having studied the methods of those operating Dawah stalls, I have compiled a short training manual of Handy Hints for those who wish to ‘Do Dawah’. It also acts as a self-defence manual for those interacting with their friendly neighbourhood High Street Dawah stall.

1. Have large banners proclaiming in massive letters that Islam has nothing whatsoever to do with any violence, with terrorism, with suicide bombings. This will draw people in, especially those anxious to believe that stuff about Islam being a religion of peace.

2. However, your main goal is to convert people. So, have one leaflet about terrorism, but make sure that all your other leaflets and books are just all about Islam. It’s just a bait-and-switch to get them hooked.

3. When a person approaches the stall, quickly establish what religious faith they are, if any. You can use this base from which to argue. For added impact, if they say they are atheist, say you used to be an atheist, if they say they are Christian, say you used to be Christian. Then, if the person is Christian or Jewish, you can say that Moses and Jesus are prophets in Islam, and claim that Islam is just a continuation of their religion, only better. If the person is an atheist or agnostic, simply throw any accusation you like at Christianity, and say that Islam has the perfect solution. They will eagerly believe whatever crap you tell them about how awful Christianity is.

4. If the person knows little about the origins of Islam, explain that Islam is a peaceful religion and that Mohammed only fought the occasional skirmish after being attacked and persecuted viciously by marauding and jealous Jews. You can litter your spiel with references to ‘pagans’ and ‘Jews’ at random, because most people won’t know enough about the history to be able to call you out on that.

5. If the person is ignorant of the Quran and other Islamic texts, you can tell them more or less anything – they came over because they were eager to believe that Islam is a religion of peace, so say that the Quran gives rights for women, that it prohibits the taking of innocent life, that Allah is merciful, that Islam tolerates other religions, and so on and forth.

6. If the person seems to know something of the historical origins of Islam, then any time they bring up a relevant fact, cast scorn upon it. Helpful strategies include, ‘I never heard of that battle’, ‘Mohammed was persecuted by the pagans,’ ‘What year did that battle take place?’ ‘What are your sources for that?’ ‘That’s not in Islamic history you must be reading it somewhere else’. (NB, we’ve found from experience that ‘You must agree the pagans deserved to be punished’ does not work terribly well with contemporary Westerners.) If the person mentions sex slavery, say, ‘but there were no battles prior to Medina so how could there have been sex slaves then?’, distracting your questioner by completely ignoring the obvious point that this implies that there were sex slaves later and does not actually answer the question about sex slaves at all.

7. If the person refers to facts about the life of Mohammed, offer them a booklet you have handy purporting to be a biography of Mohammed. If the person proclaims, ‘That’s not a full biography of Mohammed, it’s really short, what’s been left out?’, then look stunned, and say repeatedly, ‘This is Mohammed’s biography’, pointing to the chapter headings which all refer to how peaceful he was.

8. If the person seems to have read the Quran, tell them that ‘I never heard of that in the Quran, what chapter and verse is that?’, or ask, ‘What translation of the Quran do you use?’, recoil at their reply and snort, ‘That is a terrible translation, full of errors.’

9. If the person mentions abrogation, deny there is such a doctrine. If they do not mention abrogation, then claim that any awkward verses they mention are abrogated.

10. If, worse still, they have read more about Islam, and mention the hadith, reel backwards in surprise and (a) either deny that what they claim is in the hadith is really there, asking them for the precise reference; or (b) deny that the hadith is reliable; or (c) brazen it out and say, ‘yes, of course you go to hell for splashing urine on your clothes, Allah demands basic cleanliness’.

11. If a woman complains that Mohammed said that most of the inhabitants of hell are women, reply, ‘Yes, and do you know why they are there?’ If she correctly replies, ‘because they were disobedient’, just nod gravely and look at her meaningfully. She should get the message.

12. This strategy is multi-purpose for Christians, Jews, and atheists. Explain how the Bible’s prophets behaved appallingly, so how can they be examples to follow, unlike Mohammed who was perfect. Use the example of King David, who behaved atrociously. In an emergency situation where a know-it-all type replies that, ‘Actually, David isn’t held up by Jews and Christians as perfect, in fact, the story of the prophet Nathan shows the reverse: that David’s adultery with Bathsheba was an example NOT to follow’, then either a) cast doubt on their account or b) wave it to one side and insist that Jews and Christians consider David perfect, since he was a prophet. Be vague about whether you think David really was perfect and the Biblical story about his improper conduct is false, or whether you think David really was imperfect and Jews and Christians are wrong to aspire to emulate his conduct. After all, you never heard the story of Nathan before so you are getting confused. Don’t let them see your confusion.

13. Insist that the Bible has to be interpreted literally as absolutely true, so that all episodes of violence are problematic, whereas any tricky passages in the Quran are to be interpreted carefully and in a modern context, and none are actually violent. If the person points out that the Quran is meant to be eternal and for all time, so how can it be interpreted for the modern day, just wave your hand sneeringly and make out like they are dim.

14. You may find Christians and Jews trying to say ‘No, Abraham did not take Ishmael out to the mountain to sacrifice, he took Isaac’. Raise your eyebrows in complete surprise, and say that this is because the Bible is full of error. (Your surprise may be either feigned or real, depending on how ignorant you actually are about the Bible.) Don’t pause to consider how a few moments ago you were insisting that the Bible passages referring to violence be taken as literal truth, in case the person spots the inconsistency.

15. If the person asks about connections with Islam and violence, then deny that there has ever been any link with violence and claim that ISIS and Al Quaeda are abominations. If the person says, ‘But how come there are so many terror groups who “misunderstand Islam”, what about Boko Haram, Al Nusra Front, Al Shabab, the Taliban, Hezbollah, etc, etc,’, just shake your head and start talking about violence in the Bible. If need be, in extreme cases, mention the Crusades.

16. If the person goes on to ask how come Mohammed himself committed so many acts of violence, including having people murdered and tortured, shout loudly and insistently that they are insulting your prophet who did no such actions.

17. Lastly, if the person is still arguing with you, just carry on winding them up until they get exasperated. Then you can literally turn your back on them, and say that you refuse to talk to them if they are ‘going to be like that’.

Your training is complete.