"Imagine: asking a Judge to remove himself from a case because he upheld the U.S. Constitution. That's what we've come to."

And jihad is “inner struggle”

Islamic supremacists demands Free Speech Judge’s removal

Pamela Geller:

Here is the sharia response to Judge Paul Engelmayer’s ruling in favor of our First Amendment right to run our pro-Israel ad campaign in New York City. One would think that moderate Muslims like Mr. Hayat Masudi would stand with freedom lovers in opposing jihadi attacks. That’s what we are always told by our immoral betters in the enemedia. Aren’t these the peaceful Muslims who should be vocally denouncing the jihadists who give Islam a bad name? No, instead we get more demands for restrictions on our freedoms, using freedom of speech to kill freedom of speech. I wonder which Hamas group in America wrote this letter for Mr. Masudi.

Instead, Mr. Masudi “respectfully requests by way of this letter that, the Honorable Judge by his own motion, overturn his decision and recuse and/or disqualify himself from further proceeding in this action.” Masudi sent a copy of his letter to my ace lawyers, David Yerushalmi and Robert Muise of the American Freedom Law Center. Evidently he is proud of it.

“Imagine: asking a Judge to remove himself from a case because he upheld the U.S. Constitution. That’s what we’ve come to.”

Read it all:

Here’s a clue:

ACLU’s Muted Response To Film Censorship Tied To Muslims On Its Board

Infiltration across the board:

Islamofascism: Americans might as well be living under Islamic blasphemy laws, yet the nation’s champion of free speech — the ACLU — is AWOL. That’s because it’s now largely run by Muslims.

The ACLU usually stands up strong for First Amendment rights. Not in the case of the Muhammad movie. (IBD)

Related:

Algeria proposes initiative at UN General Assembly to limit free speech, protect Islam’s image

Algeria is proposing an initiative under the auspices of the United Nations that would limit freedom of expression in order to prevent the stigmatizing and denigrating of Islam.  (Sounds like a plan!)

The OIC is onto it; demands ban on offending Prophet Muhammad, equating it with hate speech

… calling for a global ban on offending the Prophet Muhammad, saying it should be equated with hate speech.–More supporters at The Province via Mullah

The protesters chanted, “We are ready to sacrifice our lives for the honour of Prophet Mohammed (pbuh)”.

LAHORE – The students and teachers of Government College University (GCU) have passed a resolution, demanding the Muslim counties to pressurise the United Nations for adopting a legislation that prohibits blasphemy and proposes death sentences for a blasphemer.—More on the Satanic religion and its murderous followers at The Nation

2 thoughts on “"Imagine: asking a Judge to remove himself from a case because he upheld the U.S. Constitution. That's what we've come to."”

  1. Steve Emerson, director of the Investigative Project on Terrorism:

    “The ACLU was founded on the basis that there shouldn’t be any blasphemy laws,” said Emerson, who’s airing a new documentary, “Jihad in America: The Grand Deception.” “Yet in the last 10 years, they’ve appointed (to their boards) members of the Muslim Brotherhood who believe in blasphemy laws.”

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    Islamofascism: Americans might as well be living under Islamic blasphemy laws, yet the nation’s champion of free speech — the ACLU — is AWOL. That’s because it’s now largely run by Muslims.

    The ACLU usually stands up strong for First Amendment rights. Not in the case of the Muhammad movie.

    The ACLU’s executive director failed to release an official statement condemning the outrageous efforts of the White House to deep-six the film, including pressuring YouTube to remove its trailer from the Web.

    Amnesty International, in contrast, asserted that any Muslim hurt over the film “should not be used as a justification to curtail core freedoms or justify potential government repression.”

    Not until The Daily Caller contacted the ACLU did it speak out, and only meekly so. It said it was “concerned” about the White House request to censor the “repellant film.” The ACLU’s strangely muted response contrasts sharply with its militant reaction to post-9/11 measures to crack down on Islamic terrorists.

    “The government has gone to extraordinary lengths to squelch dissent (in the Muslim community) — from censorship and surveillance to detention,” it says on its website, complaining it was “encroaching” on the “free speech rights” of Muslims.

    In a 200-page report on jihad fundraising, “Blocking Faith, Freezing Charity,” the ACLU argued that “federal law enforcement is engaging in practices that intimidate Muslim donors and create a climate of fear that chills American Muslims’ free and full exercise of their religion.”

    In other words, the First Amendment rights of Muslims are more precious than those of the average citizen.

    Where is this bias coming from? Muslims.

    The ACLU now counts at least eight on its national executive staff alone. In fact, a Muslim runs the ACLU’s Center for Democracy, while another heads its National Security Project.

    The irony is not lost on Steve Emerson, director of the Investigative Project on Terrorism.

    “The ACLU was founded on the basis that there shouldn’t be any blasphemy laws,” said Emerson, who’s airing a new documentary, “Jihad in America: The Grand Deception.” “Yet in the last 10 years, they’ve appointed (to their boards) members of the Muslim Brotherhood who believe in blasphemy laws.”

    The top Muslim lawyer in ACLU’s stable is Jameel Jaffer, who successfully sued the U.S. to reveal CIA secrets for interrogating terror suspects.

    This national-security wrecking machine is not even American. He’s Canadian. He also happens to be a Muslim activist closely tied to major Muslim Brotherhood figures and front groups.

    Jaffer, who now heads the ACLU’s Center for Democracy after heading its National Security Project, happens to be pals with Tariq Ramadan, the grandson of the Egyptian founder of the radical Muslim Brotherhood who was denied a visa in 2004 after allegedly raising funds for Hamas terrorists.

    Jaffer successfully sued the U.S. to get Ramadan’s visa restored. After Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lifted the six-year ban in 2009, Jaffer picked Ramadan up from JFK International Airport and escorted him into Manhattan for a celebratory tour that including a meet-and-greet with officials from the Council on American-Islamic Relations, an unindicted co-conspirator in a multimillion-dollar scheme to raise cash for — you guessed it — Hamas terrorists.

    In 2010, Jaffer personally helped CAIR raise $130,000 at a Dearborn, Mich., fundraiser, telling Muslims gathered there that now is the time to “rebuild” after the “abuses” of the Bush administration.

    “Someone has to clean up” after a war, Jaffer explained, “and that someone is you.”

    Jaffer has lobbied the Justice Department to remove CAIR and other Brotherhood and Hamas front groups from its blacklist of groups complicit in a criminal conspiracy to raise money for terrorists.

    He’s also pressured the FBI to purge names of Muslim terrorist suspects from the no-fly list.

    What’s more, Jaffer wants to deny the feds one of its most effective weapons in the war on terror — freezing the assets of terrorist front groups. He’s also sued to kill the government’s drone program, perhaps its most effective weapon of all.

    This is who’s controlling the agenda at the ACLU these days. It was bad enough when the group was run by leftists. Now it’s also run by Islamists.

  2. Muslims are shameless professional victims (or toddlers in big boy bodies, either view is accurate). It’s time to stop being surprised by anything they do and start dealing with everything they do. Either we have free speech or we don’t. Telling us we can’t say something is the same as telling us we can’t think something. That simply cannot happen and we must never self-censor in fear. I will never abide it. I might choose to be deluded, but I won’t allow anything outside my own brain to tell me I must be deluded. Clear your minds, stand resolute, don’t blink, don’t equivocate, don’t stutter, don’t back down, don’t fear, ever.

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