To Hell in a Hand-basket: with "Advisors" like this…

big-spending-negro8America’s Muslim POTUS  Hussein Obama’s Muslim adviser calls “the Turkish Khomeini” an “inspiration”


                                                                Fethullah Gülen

Gülen, who’s  been featured on this website on several occasions, is Turkey’s Ayatollah Khomeini -in the making. The fact that the enjoys asylum in the U.S. is a stark reminder to the willful blindness displayed in the case of the Ayatollah Khomeini of Iran, who was given asylum in France, before he brought  us the ‘Islamic Revolution’ with the help of the chronically deluded Peanut Carter….

Many believe that Gülen wants to bring Sharia back to Turkey: “Turkey’s National Security Council condemned in 1998 for ‘trying to undermine the country’s secular institutions, concealing his methods behind a democratic and moderate image.’ For this reason he has been living in voluntary exile in the United States since he was sentenced in absentia.”

9240dalia_mogahed                                                                  Dalia Mogahed      

Does Dalia Mogahed not know or care about efforts to bring Sharia to Turkey — or does she find such efforts to be an “inspiration”?

“Gülen movement an inspiration for all, says Obama’s Muslim advisor Mogahed,” from Today’s Zaman, June 14 (thanks to JW):

Dalia Mogahed, appointed by US President Barack Obama and the first Muslim woman to be a member of the White House Advisory Council on Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships, has said the Gülen movement, a faith-based social movement named after Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, is a model and inspiration for all those working for the good of the society….“I think the Gülen movement offers people a model of what is possible if a dedicated group of people work together for the good of the society. I also think that it is an inspiration for other people and Muslims for what they can accomplish,” Mogahed said, commending the movement. She noted that “this initiative has a lot to teach to other people and Muslims, but it needs to broaden its membership profile.” She then elaborated on her advice to the movement. “It has moved beyond Turkey in its very benevolent projects and it serves people from all around the world of all backgrounds, but it is still made up mostly of Turks. That is what I feel is in need of expanding,” she said.

When reminded that some speculate the movement has a hidden agenda, Mogahed told Sunday’s Zaman that she usually does not attach any importance to such allegations put forward without evidence. “And I have not seen any evidence so far,” she said….

Yep. Remember: there is no evidence that “BUSH DID 9/11”- or is there…?