Oh no, Â the Obaminator is not a Muslim. What are you, some kind of Islamophobe?
Obama Calls “Islam Part of American Culture” at White House Ramadan Dinner (this PoS wouldn’t know what culture is if it came to bite him in the dick…)
- You all know that I prefer Saint Alphonzo’s pancake breakfast….
US under Islam:
Leader of Muslim Brotherhood-linked group, unindicted co-conspirator in Hamas jihad terror funding case, attends Obama’s Ramadan dinner
At the very end of the Guest list for Obama’s White House Ramadan dinner (LA Times, September 1, with thanks to Trazar) comes up again the name “Dr. Ingrid Mattson, president, Islamic Society of North America.”
Federal prosecutors last summerÂ rejected claims that ISNA was unfairly named an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation Hamas terror funding case.
ISNA has admitted ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas. The Muslim Brotherhood is waging, in its own words, “a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and Allah’s religion is made victorious over all other religions.”
- Obama Leads – Iraqis Bleed: 1741 Iraqis Injured, 456 Killed In August
- Gaza: Jihadi Work Accident Kills Two Hamas wankers….
From Jihad Watch:
And the head of ISNA was at the White House Ramadan dinner. Give me head till I’m dead…
- Historically, Obama’s fall is fast
- Afghan suicide attack kills 22
- Gaddafi throws party fit for a king: “the solution to the problem of democracy” received much play…
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- Eric Holder’s Hidden Agenda — By: Andrew C. McCarthy
- Britain’s Disgrace — By: The Editors
- Obamacare: The Only Exit Strategy — By: Charles Krauthammer
But is Rifqa Bary free to practiceÂ her religion, Mr. President?
Tonight at the Iftar Dinner in the State Dining Room at the White House, Hussein Obama said this:
So on this occasion, we celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan, and we also celebrate how much Muslims have enriched America and its culture — in ways both large and small. And with us here tonight, we see just a small sample of those contributions. Let me share a few stories with you briefly.
Elsheba Khan’s son, Kareem, made the ultimate sacrifice for his country when he lost his life in Iraq. Kareem joined the military as soon as he finished high school. He would go on to win the Purple Heart and Bronze Star, along with the admiration of his fellow soldiers. In describing her son, Elsheba said, “He always wanted to help any way that he could.” Tonight, he’s buried alongside thousands of heroes in Arlington National Cemetery. A crescent is carved into his grave, just as others bear the Christian cross or the Jewish star. These brave Americans are joined in death as they were in life — by a common commitment to their country, and the values that we hold dear.
One of those values is the freedom to practice your religion — a right that is enshrined in the First Amendment of the Constitution. Nashala Hearn, who joins us from Muskogee, Oklahoma, took a stand for that right at an early age. When her school district told her that she couldn’t wear the hijab, she protested that it was a part of her religion. The Department of Justice stood behind her, and she won her right to practice her faith. She even traveled to Washington to testify before Congress. Her words spoke to a tolerance that is far greater than mistrust — when she first wore her headscarf to school, she said, “I received compliments from the other kids.”
It would have been a really memorable Iftar if Barack Obama had brought out Rifqa Bary after Nashala Hearn, and had made a strong appeal to the assembled Muslim dignitaries to respect the freedom of conscience and discard the traditional Islamic death penalty for apostasy.
Indeed, that would have been an Iftar that would have lived forever in the memories of those who value human rights.
Thuggish Hamas-linked CAIR tries to use Muslim victimhood incidents to shut down Internet and talk radio resistance to jihad
The Council on American-Islamic Relations, which the Baltimore Sun never gets around to telling you is an unindicted co-conspirator in a Hamas funding case, has claimed that “anti-Muslim hate crimes” have risen sharply in the U.S. since 9/11. In fact, the rate of such crimes has actuallyÂ dropped. They know well that victimhood is big business: insofar as they can claim protected victim status for Muslims in the U.S., they can deflect unwanted scrutiny and any critical examination of how jihadists use Islamic texts and teachings to justify violence and supremacism.
That’s most likely whyÂ CAIR and others have not hesitated to stoop even to fabricating “hate crimes.” TheyÂ want andÂ need hate crimes against Muslims, because they can use them for political points and as weapons to intimidate people into remaining silent about the jihad threat.
And that is what is happening here. The behavior of the non-Muslims in these two incidents, if reported accurately here, is wrong, inexcusable and unjustifiable by any standard. It is likewise inexcusable and unjustifiable to claim, as CAIR’s Honest Ibe Hooper does here, that these jerks were fired up by the Internet or talk radio, and not by the many, many acts of violence and hatred committed by Muslims in the name of Islam around the world every day. Not that one act of violence and hate justifies another, but if Hooper really wants to see these incidents stop (and as I explained above, he actually needs them), he would address the roots of jihad violence within Islamic communities, and not try to get non-Muslim anti-jihad outlets shut down.
His statement here, meanwhile, is of a piece with the Organization of the Islamic Conference’sÂ jihad against free speech. Nor is it the first time CAIR hasÂ revealed itself to be an enemy of free speech.
Abominable Obamessiah suck-up to Moslem criminals:
Tonight’s iftar is a ritual that is also being carried out this Ramadan at kitchen tables and mosques in all 50 states. Islam, as we know, is part of America. And like the broader American citizenry, the American Muslim community is one of extraordinary dynamism and diversity â€” with families that stretch back generations and more recent immigrants; with Muslims of countless races and ethnicities, and with roots in every corner of the world.
Indeed, the contribution of Muslims to the United States are too long to catalog because Muslims are so interwoven into the fabric of our communities and our country. American Muslims are successful in business and entertainment; in the arts and athletics; in science and in medicine. Above all, they are successful parents, good neighbors, and active citizens.
Makes you wanna puke!
Together, we have a responsibility to foster engagement grounded in mutual interest and mutual respect. And that’s one of my fundamental commitments as President, both at home and abroad. That is central to the new beginning that I’ve sought between the United States and Muslims around the world. And that is a commitment that we can renew once again during this holy season.
So tonight, we celebrate a great religion, and its commitment to justice and progress. We honor the contributions of America’s Muslims, and the positive example that so many of them set through their own lives. And we rededicate ourselves to the work of building a better and more hopeful world.
Read further… Gates of Vienna