Say it loud.Â “I’m Black and I’m proud…Â not to be Muslim“
One of the most bizarre manifestations of African-American pride is its contemporary identification with Islam. The Nation of Islam (Black Muslim movement) plays on the racism against black people by white people hence you hear them use terms like “white devils”, etc.
The Muslim Hadith says Muhammad was a white man, so Black Muslims actually serve Islamic whites, even though they speak against whites.
* The Â Muslim hadith says the following about blacks:
Muslims are told that Africans have hearts “grosser than a donkey”–Ishaq: 243 “I heard the Apostle say: ‘Whoever wants to see Satan should look at Nabtal!’ He was a black man with long flowing hair, inflamed eyes, and dark ruddy cheeks…. Allah sent down concerning him: ‘To those who annoy the Prophet there is a painful punishment.” [Surah 9:61] “Gabriel came to Muhammad and said, ‘If a black man comes to you his heart is more gross than a donkey’s.'”Yet and still Louis Farrakan and his followers will tell usÂ the lie thatÂ Christianity is the white man’s religion.Â Â
Another sad aspect of Black Muslims is that many African-Americans are drawn to Islam out of racial pride, thinking that there is some sort of association with Africa. Muslim evangelicals in the black communities and in prisons often play this up in an attempt to persuade the gullible into rejecting Christianity as the “white man’s religion.”
Orthodox Islam does not want to be identified with the Black Muslim movement in America. It is seen as heretical and is not considered part of Islam.
NC State Senator becomes CAIR’s Board Chairman
This is a canny move for CAIR: choosing an American who does not use an Arabic name will give an emphasis to the “American” aspect of the name “Council on American-Islamic Relations” that had not been present before, and the fact that he is a politician also will strengthen the perception that the group unhesitatingly endorses the American system and the U.S. Constitution, despiteÂ the statement by its cofounder and former Board Chairman, Omar Ahmad, that the Qur’an should be “the highest authority in America,” and the organization’s ties to the Muslim Brotherhood,Â which is dedicatedÂ in its own words to “eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within.”
But all is not well with Shaw:Â Pamela notes, among other things, that Shaw traveled to Saudi Arabia to participate in a Muslims-only conference on Islam and its “enemies” (why doesn’t Buddhism have “enemies”?). The notorious Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi also appeared there — the cleric whoÂ recently describedÂ Jews as “a profligate, cunning arrogant band of people”: “Oh Allah, count their numbers, and kill them, down to the very last one.”
Now, anyone with an ounce of common sense and fair-mindedness knows that to appear at a conference at which someone else also appears, or to appear in a photograph with someone, does not mean that one necessarily agrees with every statement made and position taken by that person. But why isn’t the mainstream media asking Shaw to clarify his own positions? As far as I know, he hasn’t been asked a single, solitary question about this jaunt to Saudi Arabia (and who paid for it), and about what he thinks of Qaradawi’s Jew-hatred and his positions on other matters. Now, why is that?
“Islamic group taps Fayetteville senator,” from theÂ Fayetteville Observer, March 4: Â via Jihad Watch
RALEIGH â€” Sen. Larry Shaw of Fayetteville has been elected chairman of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.Shaw, a Democrat, has served on the organization’s board for three years.
He described the council, known as CAIR, as a civil rights organization. Shaw said he looks forward to partnering with President Obama’s administration to protect civil liberties and help improve America’s international image.
“We just want to work with them to foster better understanding and mutual accommodating,” Shaw said….