While I was doing some research, I ran across a youtube video that jumped out like a neon sign. It was taken at an Islamic conference in a large room with several hundred people. The speaker was talking about the non-Muslim perception of radical Muslims and in a short 3:22 second video he cleared up any question one may have about the difference between a moderate Muslim and a radical Muslim. In his arrogant presentation, he asked this convention of ‘moderate Muslims” specific questions about their core beliefs and had the audience respond to those questions by raising their hands. One important question he raised was: How many of you agree that the punishments described in the Koran and the Sunnah, whether it is death, whether it is stoning for adultery, whatever it is, if it is from Allah and his messenger, that is the best punishment ever possible for humankind, and that is what we should apply in the world? Well, who agrees with that? Nearly every hand went up.
This video exposed what Muslims think worldwide. It got me curious, so I started investigating. I wanted to know the difference in a moderate Muslim and a radical Muslim. What I found was a devious plot put in place by the Muslim Brotherhood in 1982 to take over the world through any means necessary. Hence, the concept of the “moderate Muslim” was born. In a document called “The Project” a plan was laid out for a terrorist “secret apparatus” that eventually would culminate in the creation of Hamas in December 1987 and the unveiling of the Hamas charter in August 1988. It was a 14-page plan written in Arabic and dated December 1, 1982 that outlined a 12-point strategy to “establish an Islamic government on earth.”
Through subterfuge, lies, deception, and murder the Muslim Brotherhood has carefully implemented this evil plan into the fabric of every nation in the west. Consequently, there is no free nation on earth who is not fighting their jihad against them. The Muslim Brotherhood is entrenched in America to the point that they are influencing, if not actually writing our laws, in the process of bringing about what they call “political jihad.”
The immigration bill from the Gang of Eight is an example of Muslims effecting law in America. The National Review exposes their participation in an article dated May 5, 2013.
The current bill added the words “legal and advocacy” to this section. Thus, it now reads “nonprofit organizations including those with legal and advocacy experience working with immigrant communities.” Apparently the senators wanted to make sure that leftist and Islamist advocacy organizations (CASA, La Raza, MALDEF, and CAIR and other Islamist groups) would not simply be grant recipients themselves, but would also be entrenched on the “New Immigrant Councils” that will help guide strategy, funding, and implementation at the local level.
At CAIR’s website we see that:
CAIR’s government affairs department represents the interests of the American Muslim community before the U.S. Congress, the White House, and federal agencies. The department is responsible for actively monitoring legislation and government activities that affects Muslims and responding on behalf of the American Muslim community. To ensure that the Muslim community is being represented, we provide a Muslim perspective to policy makers and answer questions from government officials about issues related to Islam and Muslims. The department also promotes legislative action alerts, distributes legislative fact sheets, submits testimony to Congress and sponsors a number of activities designed to bring Muslim concerns to the government.
The department builds networks and coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding to support domestic policies that promote civil rights, diversity and freedom of religion and oppose policies that limit civil rights, permit racial, ethnic or religious profiling, infringe on due process, or that prevent Muslims and others from participating fully in American civic life.
The department also works to increase Muslim participation in the political arena, and works with CAIR chapters regularly sponsor voter registration and get out the vote drives, candidate forums, and campaign volunteer opportunities across the country.