By Cheri Nocita Berens, March 13, 2016:
According to Muslims on Twitter, the Chicago University’s Muslim Student Association organized the massive group “protest” at the Trump Rally in Chicago. Move On, who took credit, is a front group.
Both the Muslim Student Association and CAIR are Muslim Brotherhood groups. I’ve already reported that CAIR has been organizing events for Black Lives Matter, so it was no real surprise to me to see that Muslims were saying that Chicago University’s Muslim Student Association organized the protest at Trump’s rally. What did surprise me was the media putting the blame on Trump when so many other factors were involved.
Trump has always had extremely large rallies, and after the rallies his supporters disperse peacefully, orderly, and cause no disruptions. But the “protesters” who shut down Trump’s Chicago rally behaved differently. They went into the streets and purposefully blocked traffic. They assaulted police officers who tried to help get the traffic flowing. When ambulances arrived to help the injured, the protesters stopped ambulances and would not allow them to get close enough to give medical help.
A Chicago pastor tried to take the stage right after the rally was cancelled and he became violent and punched a Trump supporter (video attached). I did some research on this “pastor”. He has participated in the “Interfaith” scam, an organization created by the Muslim Brotherhood. The pastor, Jedidiah Brown, has also participated in Muslim events, “Denouncing Islamophobia” and “Anti-Muslim hate”, both CAIR sponsored events.
Muslims on Twitter have said the protest was organized by the Muslim Student Association at Chicago University. The Muslim Student Association (MSA) has branches at every Illinois university, including small city colleges. All MSA groups are taught activism—it is a standard procedure for all MSA groups throughout America. It would be quite easy to organize the various “groups” that participated in the “protest” at the Trump rally because MSA already includes these groups in other events whenever they need a large crowd.
I also looked up the group that took credit for the protest, Move On. The first thing I noticed on their website was an “I Stand by My Muslim Neighbor” advertisement.
Since Trump first announced that he is running for president and declared his stance on temporarily halting Muslim immigration until the U.S. created a better vetting system and that he approved monitoring mosques, Muslims have declared their hatred of Trump daily on social media. One of the main campaigns of CAIR is to stop “vetting” Muslim immigrants and to end any form of monitoring mosques, even if there is suspicious activity. Thanks to CAIR, police and other law enforcement are almost totally unable to investigate anything suspicious if a Muslim is involved.
Following Muslims on social media has made it clear to me that we are fighting something very big. It’s been hidden for decades, but now it’s quickly becoming apparent. Sadly, each decade that these groups organized and functioned unnoticed, they were able to create more mechanisms that penetrated into our society and our government. And they are extremely well organized and united under the same goals.
I believe the Muslim Student Associations, and possibly CAIR, had something to do with the organization factor of the protest at the Chicago Trump rally. Especially since they repeatedly organize and post events for Black Lives Matter and are heavily involved in the Hispanic community and other groups who were seen at the protest.
Whether you love or hate Trump, we need to be grateful that he’s bringing light to some very dark powers that have infiltrated our government and our society.
For more information of how deeply ingrained CAIR and the Muslim Student Association is throughout America, here’s some additional information:
The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood entered the United States in 1962. Their first goal was to gather and unify Muslim populations in America by creating an organizational superstructure designed to take control of mosques and Muslim social and professional activities in the United States. Muslim Brotherhood members provided training, educational materials, construction projects, mosque building, social welfare services and legal and political representation.
The very first thing the Muslim Brotherhood did in 1962 was create their principal subversive organization, the Muslim Student Association (MSA). MSA then spun off more elements of the superstructure including: North American Islamic Trust (NAIT), the Muslim American Society (MAS), and the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).
The Muslim Students Association (MSA), together with Muslim American Society (MAS), also created many other branch organizations within the Muslim Brotherhood superstructure:
The Islamic Medical Association
The Islamic Media Association
Association of Muslim Scientists and Engineers
Association of Muslim Social Scientists
Muslim American Society
Muslim Arab Youth Association
The Islamic Circle of North America
Together, these organizations work within the Muslim Brotherhood and Muslim Student Association system.
From 1962 on, the Muslim Student Association (MSA) has been placing Muslim Brotherhood Youth members inside universities throughout America. MSA establishes and maintains Islamic groups at universities to this day. They coordinate and support other MSA groups at universities throughout America and unify these groups to achieve their goals.
The MSA created the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) for students who have graduated from university so that former students can continue working towards the primary goals of the Muslim Brotherhood. Former students are then filtered into groups to continue the goals, but are well concealed under professional façades, such as: The Islamic Medical Association, Islamic Media Association, Association of Muslim Scientists and Engineers, and The Association of Muslim Social Scientists. All of these groups are part of the superstructure of the Muslim Brotherhood.
MSA created the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) for Muslim university students to enable them to continue mobilizing and increasing Muslim political activity in America via their chosen professions after graduation. Through these various “professional” organizations, the Muslim Brotherhood co-opts politicians and academics via large monetary gifts, contributions and endowments.
Another major goal of MSA is to establish an Islamic identity, and to retain an Islamic identity, throughout the college years; and, to promote an Islamic lifestyle on American university campuses. The overall goal of these Muslim groups is to integrate Islam and Islamic culture into American life, starting with university students. The Muslim Brotherhood specialized in indoctrinating young Muslim intellectuals on college campuses to further promote Muslim activism.
Since 1963, MSA has been involved in publishing Islamic publications. Books about Islam are heavily distributed on campuses, but also in mosques throughout America. Many of the publications used on American campuses are meant to create interest in Islam and conversion to Islam. Most of these publications offer a severe form of Sunni Islam (Wahabbi/Salafi).
By the 1970’s “legal” councils formed on American campuses where Islamic Law could be attained on religious and social issues (instead of American laws); thus promoting a resistance to assimilating into the American culture and instead to purposefully perpetuate Islamic Laws instead of American laws and to create a separate and distinct Islamic society within America.
By the 1990’s the Muslim Student Association (MSA) was firmly established in our top universities: MIT, Harvard and many others. MSA groups in the California State University system began to be extremely active in political issues (there are 23 Cal-State Universities).
MSA created the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT) in 1973. This organization was backed by the Muslim Brotherhood and was the predecessor of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA). NAIT was a Saudi-funded organization based in Indiana that owns Islamic properties and promoted waaf (Islamic endowments) in America. It is the financial arm of the Muslim Students Association. NAIT financed holds titles to thousands of mosques and Islamic schools.
NAIT also publishes and distributes Islamic literature, provides legal advice to Muslim organizations, and facilitates and coordinates Islamic community projects. NAIT facilitates the establishment of mosques and Islamic schools by extending interest-free loans to accelerate the growth of Muslim communities.
The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) is a Muslim umbrella group created by the Muslim Student Association (MSA). It has been described as the largest Muslim organization in North America. ISNA traces its origins to a meeting of several Muslim student organizations in 1963, all established by the Muslim Brotherhood. In 1983, ISNA built a $21 million dollar headquarters (about 50 million dollars today) in suburban Indianapolis using funds raised from Saudi Arabian and other Gulf countries.
ISNA provides various free services for Muslim immigrants and Muslim communities throughout America. ISNA has accelerated mosque building throughout America, even where mosques are not needed. This is done to bring Muslims to every region of America and is an important step because Islamic doctrine is taught in mosques and the Muslim Brotherhood ideology of Islamic supremacy and the end goal of bringing Islamic Law to America can be enforced.
In 2007 it was uncovered that three of these major organizations within the Muslim Brotherhood’s superstructure were affiliated with terrorism. The US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit held that the government had produced ample evidence to establish the associations of CAIR, ISNA, and NAIT with Hamas and terrorism. Hamas is the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood.
During the 1980’s, several of MSA’s most active members followed the teachings of Abdullah Azzam, a Muslim Brotherhood member who was Osama bin Laden’s mentor and a founding member of al-Qaeda.
Starting in the 1980’s MSA and its offshoot groups began heavily utilizing mass media. This mass media implementation is in even greater use today.
In 1988 the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) was created as an “Islamist Law-fare operation”. It masquerades as a civil rights organization to create a public and political “Muslim presence” designed to support all of the various Muslim Brotherhood group’s subversive organizations. CAIR works hand in hand with all Muslim Student Associations.
During the 1990’s there was an emergence of a radicalized, increasingly violent Muslim population in the United States comprised of both immigrants and U.S. born citizens. Their influence, often hostile and confrontational, is now beginning to be felt in a variety of ways including, but not limited to:
* Confrontational political actions.
* Workplace disruptions based on false claims of religious persecution or racism.
* Demands for changes to school calendars to recognize Muslim holidays; and prayer rooms integrated into schools and universities.
* Demands for zoning exemptions to build mega mosques which are designed to intimidate local communities by physically dwarfing traditional churches and synagogues, and thereby ostracizing the native community and often forcing them to re-locate due to various problems, including escalated violence.
* Use of headscarves became more public and often confrontational. The headscarf began to be used more and more often to place Muslims in the forefront, but also used to impart special “religious” rights and supremacy.
* The Somali branch of the Muslim Brotherhood entered America to train and radicalize Muslims in America.
* The Pakistani branch of the Muslim Brotherhood entered America and created jihadi camps in at least 22 locations.