Category Archives: Islam’s Soft Jihad

It’s a feature not a bug… NDP under fire for GTA candidate’s Hitler-themed social media post

Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives are calling on NDP Leader Andrea Horwath to part ways with a candidate in the Toronto area who shared an Adolf Hitler meme on social media several years ago.

At a morning news conference, two PC candidates, Todd Smith and Gila Martow, presented what they say is evidence of antisemitism “festering” in the NDP.

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Jihad via the Ballot Box

In his 2008 book titled Willful Blindness: A Memoir of the JihadAndrew C. McCarthy sounded the alarm when he described a “zealous international network of warriors dead certain that history and Allah are on their side.”  Since then, this network has not diminished; it seems to metastasize in every part of the world.

Violent jihad by its nature makes headlines and causes grief and anger.  It also gives resolve to those who would fight back.  Law enforcement will track down the perpetrators and bring them to court or kill them outright.  But a far more dangerous and insidious undermining of America continues unabated.  It seeks to ultimately destroy the foundations of American values.

It is important to see the larger picture of what the Islamic jihadists assiduously work to achieve in this country.  Connecting the dots irrefutably proves their game plan.

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A Ramadan etiquette guide for non-Muslims

There are 7.6 billion people in the world. And a full 24% of them — 1.8 billion — are fasting from sunup to sundown. And they want to kill the infidels.* Every day. For an entire month.

It’s Ramadan, the holiest month of the Muslim calendar. But what if you’re not a Muslim — just a caring, considerate person. Is there anything you should do so you don’t come across as insensitive to your fasting friends in the US?

Short answer: No. Long answer: No.

But you can earn some cool points if you follow these 10 tips.

*I um may have accidentally polluted this CNN article with a grain of the truth.

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Linda Sarsour at ‘Poor People’s March’ Says ‘This Movement Is an Act of Worship’ for Allah

On Sunday, the Poor People’s Campaign began its 40-day cycle of mass meetings on Sundays, “direct action” protests on Mondays, and educational “teach-ins” on Tuesdays, resurrecting a late 1960s protest inspired by Martin Luther King, Jr. 40 years later. Muslim Women’s March co-founder Linda Sarsour said the protests were an “act of worship” to Allah.

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Jihadi Cult Member Files to Run for Congress

In 2016, Gregory “Shoaib” Jones was a delegate for Senator Bernie Sanders at the Democratic National Convention and ran for the Alaska state House in District 8. His deep involvement with MOA was exposed by the Clarion Project at the time, triggering a statewide controversy.

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Iowa: Catholic university opens gender-segregated mini-mosque for Muslim students

“Being able to say that we’re committed to these Muslim students, and to all students—students of all different faiths—is really outstanding,” said Mahoney. “It’s uniquely Ambrosian, and it just sort of shows our commitment to all different faiths.”

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VÄXJÖ, which allows for Muslim prayer calls, forbidden church bells – claimed it was “disturbing”

This week, Växjö’s Muslim Foundation received permission for prayer calls every Friday with speakers and the debate has reached high temperatures. Even in the church of St. Michael’s church in Växjö, discussion has arisen. They were refused when they applied for permission to ring their church bells during worship services 10-15 years ago.

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Minnesota Somalis: You’re old and we are taking over

Yesterday, I had long social media conversations with two Somali Muslim gentlemen from Minneapolis, Minnesota. I asked them about their goals for improving Minnesota and how they feel about being an American. I also asked them about the million dollar upgrade at Cedar Riverside public housing that Mayor Jacob Frey promised its majority Somali residents this week. After I was called a racist, a fascist, a bigot, stupid and old, here’s what else they shared with me. Nearly verbatim. Thoughts?

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Michigan: First-ever Muslim candidate for Governor comes unhinged over question about Sharia

After he berated Colbeck as a racist, and lectured the other Republicans on the panel for not condemning Colbeck as a racist and white supremacist, the normally cool-headed Sayed became visibly angry and showed he is not above expressing some hatred of his own.

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Canada: Muslims (and sharia) take priority over LGBT at Islamized Peel public school

Which identity group occupies the pinnacle of the human rights hierarchy? Is it Islam or the LGBTQ community? Thanks to the Peel District School Board, we now have a definitive answer.

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Trudeau worries that questions about a violent ISIS fighter are divisive

You can’t make this stuff up, Justin Trudeau was asked this week about a Canadian who fought for ISIS and returned to Canada and he dismissed the questions as a divisive political attack.

“Once again we see the Conservatives trying to drum up fear as a way of political attack,” Trudeau said in the House of Commons, later adding, “We saw this approach by the previous government in the last election. It does not work to try to scare and divide Canadians.”

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Radicalism: The Real Shock Was the Reaction of the Americans…

“Soon,” said the letter, “America Will Be Ours”.

“Ours?”

The writer, it became clear, was an extremist Muslim in the U.S. who claimed to be a reputable religious preacher. With each new word, concern grew.

He pointed out, throughout the letter, the “sinful” ways of the West: dancing, drinking, dating…

He expressed disgust that most women did not wear the hijab or participate in prayer five times a day. Then he got straight to the point: “Ours,” he explained, represented Muslims like him.

The sentiment is hardly a new one. A person hears similar proclamations from many Muslim extremists throughout the years. The real shock was not letter but the reaction of many Americans after seeing it.

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