‘Moderate’ Muslims protest O’Reilly
For the hate crime of telling the truth (that 9/11 was committed by Muslims), allegedly “moderate” Muslims (the ones whoÂ don’t follow the infidel-slaughteringÂ teachings of the Koran),Â staged a quaint little protest outside Fox News studios in New York, pretending to have been personally equated with the 9/11 terrorists by Bill O’Reilly having stated a plain fact. Â (Robert Moon from the Conservative Examiner has the story>>>)
Hamas Front CAIR Defends Accused Imam
Muslim leader led ‘jihad’ rally, testified for convicted terrorist
The Council on American-Islamic Relations is condemning the federal government’s arrest on immigration fraud charges of a prominent imam who once led an anti-Israel “jihad” rally calling for “Zionist blood” that featured Hezbollah flags and also vouched for a Muslim leader later convicted of terrorism.
Imam Ibrahim Dremali â€“ former imam of the Islamic Center of Boca Raton and the Islamic Center ofÂ Des Moines, Iowa â€“ was arrested Oct. 6 with his wife, Safaa Rashad Eissa, at their Arlington, Texas, home,according to the Iowa Independent
CAIR’s Iowa chapterÂ posted a statement on Facebook urging supporters to call the office of Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, to help stop the couple’s ordered appearance Wednesday inÂ Des MoinesÂ and “have the charges dropped.”
“These ludicrous charges are absolutely the by-product of a vindictive grudge against Imam Dremali and Safah, and will surely find no basis in fact,” the CAIR statement said.
Texas: Imam who donated to terror-tied Islamic charity arrested for marriage fraud (Well, they got Capone on tax evasion. “Arlington imam, wife accused of marriage fraud,” by Jason Trahan for The Dallas Morning News
According to the CAIR message, Dremali is suffering from cancer and no longer ableÂ to travel the few blocks from his Texas home to services at the local mosque. (WND)
The couple was arrested by federal agents acting on a warrant issued by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa. Agents with ICE, Office of Homeland Security Investigations, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Arlington Police Department participated in the arrest, according to an ICE spokesman for the region.
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Mohamed ElibiaryÂ was one of the speakers at a December 2004 conference in Dallas entitled “A Tribute to the Great Islamic Visionary,” Ayatollah Khomeini. When Rod Dreher of the Dallas Morning News called him on this,Â he threatened Dreher, telling him: “Expect someone to put a banana in your exhaust pipe.”
When Mohamed Elibiary was appointed earlier this year to the Department of Homeland Security’s newly-formed Countering Violent Extremism Working Group, it was done quietly and without fanfare. It’s hard to believe that this silence was accidental, considering Elibiary’s appearance at a conference honoring Ayatollah Khomeini.
None of that has stopped Mohamed Elibiary from promoting himself as a “de-radicalization” expert courted not only by Janet Napolitano and the Department of Homeland Security, but testifying before Congress earlier this year, giving briefings to the Congressional Research Service, and beingÂ hailed by the establishment media. Â (Patrick S. Poole/Big Peace)
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Z.J. HafeezÂ tries to hide the fact that he’s a Muslim when he’s talking to an American audience.
Hafeez should be tarred and feathered and shipped back to pakistan where he belongs. How dare this bloody infil-traitor presume that he is qualified to run for office. How dare he. These bastards think that if obama could make it on manipulation, lies and deception, it was also okay for them to give it a go.
“Disrespect for the Holy Koran is not now, nor has it ever been, nor will it ever be, tolerated by the United States. Disrespect for the Holy Koran is abhorrent to us all,” Â Rice said in a statement she delivered before testifying in Congress May 12. Â (The two will get along swimmingly…)
Infiltration, story continues:
Dremali and Eissa appeared before a federal U.S. Magistrate in Texas and were released on their own recognizance, the Iowa Independent said. Dremali was ordered to surrender his passport and limit travel to the presiding court districts.
Dremali founded the Islamic Center of Boca Raton before becoming an imam in Des Moines.Â The Investigative Project on Terrorism, or IPT, reported that when Dremali was in Florida his mosque co-sponsored a rally in 2000 that featured Hezbollah flags and chants of “with jihad we’ll claim our land. Zionist blood will wet the sand.”
According to Islam Online, during the rally Dremali “urged the crowd not to be sad for those who were martyred and not to be afraid to die for what they believe in.”
The crowd then joined in a mock funeral procession chanting, “Haya ‘ala al-jihad,” or “Live for the jihad.”
The imam also testified on behalf of a Muslim leader, Adham Amin Hassoun, who was later indicted for “actively recruiting mujahideen fighters and raising funds for violent jihad” and “conspiracy to murder, kidnap, and maim persons in a foreign country.”
Hassoun’s ultimate aim, the indictment said, was to establish “Islamic states under Shariah,” or Islamic law.
At a 2002 bond hearing, the IPT reported, Dremali attested to Hassoun’s “peaceful and generous” character. Hassoun was convicted in 2007, along with “dirty-bomber” Jose Padilla, and later sentenced to life in prison.
Dremali began serving as imam of the Islamic Center of Des Moines in March 2005. He left Des Moines in 2008 to pursue a teaching position in Texas, the Iowa Independent said.
In its Facebook message, CAIR argued Dremali “has been a vital source of interfaith relations and outreach in the Muslim community throughout the U.S., and has worked tirelessly against terrorism, extremism, and Islamophobia, building a solid foundation of friendship, caring and cooperation between the major U.S. religious groups, politicians and civic communities.”
CAIR said Dremali is “only one of a small handful of people who hold Ph.D.s in the U.S. in Islamic Jurisprudence, and is therefore a vital resource for the U.S. in interfaith, national and international relations.”
CAIR, a self-described civil rights group that has more than a dozen former and current leaders withÂ known associations with violent jihad â€“ isÂ trying to keep alive a lawsuit against WND and two investigators behind the best-selling exposeÂ “Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld That’s Conspiring to Islamize America”
CAIR’s origin as a front group for the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas is documented in “Muslim Mafia.” CAIR and some of its leaders wereÂ confirmed by the Justice Department as unindicted co-conspirators in the trial of the Texas-based Holy Land Foundation, which was convicted of helping fund Hamas.
In its statement about Dremali, CAIR complained that while media and others accuse “moderate Muslims” of not speaking out, the imam “did speak out” and “this “heinous treatment is despite his activism.”
“Imam Dremali’s arrest and persecution teaches a negative lesson for moderate Muslims that will keep them from speaking out against extremists or acts of terror committed in the name of Islam,” CAIR said.
Dremali graduated from Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt â€“ regarded as the preeminent institution of the majority Sunni stream of Islam â€“ according to the Dremali Foundation website.