Revolutionaries and Radical Muslim Groups Hope Ferguson Lights the Fuse

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It is very concerning when the President of the United States is quoted by Al Sharpton as saying he wants the protesters/rioters in Ferguson to “stay the course” and push for a national movement that is unquestionably directed at law enforcement.

It is even more concerning that revolutionaries who are communists and terrorist-backed groups like CAIR want the same thing.

A Washington-based security watchdog group, the Center for security Policy, warns that radical Muslim groups seek to co-opt the Ferguson protest, according to Fox News.

Extremists from around the country have come to St. Louis to join the Michael Brown protests. They include the same groups that encompassed the Occupy Wall Street movement, that is comprised of communists, socialists, anarchists, anti-Semites, and Palestinian activists.

All have one thing in common, they want a national movement to further their cause and see what they call a “justice movement” arising from the Ferguson demonstration.

The weekend of protests held nationwide named Ferguson October showcased the Palestinian sympathizers who have injected themselves into every protest for which the media gives national recognition.

Muslim groups are increasing their presence in Ferguson and are trying to tie the fatal shooting of Michael Brown with the death of a radical Islamist shot during an FBI raid in 2009.

Efforts like this have paid off before in the cases of Mumia abu Jamal and Bradley Manning aka Chelsey Manning. In both cases, criminals became heroes to the Occupy movement and to many other radical groups throughout the country.

CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations is equating the death of Brown with Detroit mosque leader Imam Luqman Ameen Abdullah, a black Muslim criminal, as a victim of police targeting. In tweets and through other media outlets, Ameen is being called a martyr, victim of an out-of-control law enforcement apparatus that criminalizes Muslims.

Imam Luqman Ameen Abdullah aka Christopher Thomas was the leader of a radical Sunni group and frequently preached anti-government rhetoric. He was accomplished in the use of firearms, martial arts and swords. He told his congregants to resist the FBI and his goal was to establish an Islamic State within the United States.

The FBI tried to arrest him in a Dearborn, Michigan warehouse in 2009 on charges that included conspiracy to sell stolen goods and illegal possession and sale of firearms. The group fired on the FBI and at the end of the day, Ameen was dead.

The group believes that a separate Islamic state in the U.S. would be controlled by Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, formerly known as H. Rap Brown, who is serving a life sentence in a federal prison in Colorado for shooting two police officers in Georgia in 2000. Al-Amin, a veteran of the black power movement, started the the National Ummah movement after he converted in prison.

“This extremist Muslim movement seeks to transform American cities into sovereign Islamic states and they have gained a foothold in metropolitan areas throughout the country. Few groups are more radical, subversive, and dangerous”, according to Dr. Paul Williams writing for Family Security Matters.

These revolutionaries are not tied to radical groups overseas, they are homegrown. At one time, it was believed that about two dozen mosques in the country were part of the movement, perhaps a lot more.

Boisterous and violent protests attract all the revolutionary movements who want to spread their ideology throughout the country to fundamentally change it.

Recently, Al Sharpton said Mr. Obama wants the Ferguson movement to become a national movement. Since police are the targets, one might consider that Mr. Obama also wants an anti-police movement, which is another reason this CAIR effort needs to be watched.

They are both depicting black criminals as victims of law enforcement.

“The reality is that this country, in law enforcement, be it local, state or federal law enforcement, people with guns have always seen black men and black people as threats,” Dawud Walid, executive director of CAIR’s Michigan Chapter, told the some 100 protest organizers on the call, made on the five-year anniversary of Abdullah’s death and which was monitored by CSP

The Muslim groups want to grow their coalition to weaken anti-terrorism laws and to gut counter terrorism operations.

Their goal in the end, and the goal of the communists and socialists at these events is to overthrow the U.S. government. When we hear things like Mr. Obama wants the Ferguson rioters/protesters to “stay the course” and that he wants a national movement to grow out of it, we need to be concerned.

The Muslim groups want to tie Ferguson with Ameen, according to Kyle Shideler, director of CSP’s Threat Information Office, to reduce scrutiny of the American Muslim community in terror-related matters, according to Fox News.

“They’re interested in building coalitions with other organizations in order to effect a legislative change to weaken anti-terrorism laws and weaken the ability of law enforcement to engage in counterterrorism,” said Shideler. “And they’re trying to bring other people into their efforts so it doesn’t look like it is just a Muslim effort.”

They’re on Facebook and they have a Twitter page. They hosted a nationwide conference call yesterday which they advertised on Facebook.

“By hosting the conference call,” Shideler wrote, the campaign is “fulfilling the goal of the Muslim Brotherhood in North America to be positioned as the leadership of a broad coalition seeking to target law enforcement under the camouflage of civil rights.”

The Muslims for Ferguson Facebook page has almost 2,000 likes.

Muslims for Ferguson

Police are braced for violence in Ferguson and many of these 50 or so groups do support violence. They believe it will sustain the momentum.

Unfortunately we have a president who wants them to stay the course and has an operative – Charlatan Al Sharpton – stirring the masses.

The Muslims claim the police are the No.1 source of violence on the streets and condemn their use of SWAT to reduce the impact of the riots.

One of the groups, the Organization of Black Struggle, has called for the targeting of federal buildings.

One Arab-American youth organizer from Chicago, Muhammad Sankari, wants minorities to consider them the “gatekeepers of policing” in the U.S. “Justice” can only be found on the streets, he claims.

The Palestinian Contingent is focusing on militarized police in Ferguson and Palestine. While one might share concerns about an overly-militarized police, it should not be in the case of subduing violent radicals who seek to overthrow the government no matter what their ideology or religion.

CAIR is spreading false stories of conspiracies, persecution, spying, and murders carried out by the FBI to foment violence.

The Muslims for Ferguson say they do not want violence but they are making preparations for the Grand Jury announcement and they hope a national movement will grow out of this.

They hope for an indictment and will continue the protests indefinitely no matter what the outcome.

In the end, what they really want is for Michael Brown or Ameen Abdullah to be their Franz Ferdinands to fundamentally change America. What exactly does Mr. Obama and Mr. Holder want?

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