This Is Who We Are Now: DHS Secretary Johnson Addresses Terror-Tied Groups

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The problem with reporting on all the radical insanity coming from this administration is it’s all too fantastic to be believed and the people who report on it are labeled racists, haters and conspiracy theorists.

The problem is the facts will back up much of it when it comes to the radical Islamists influencing our government.

The latest ISNA conference might bring that into light somewhat. ABC7 news advised that the theme for this year’s convention is “Navigating Challenges, Seizing Opportunities.” The group — the Islamic Society of North America — is promoting the teachings of Islam.

Jihad Watch reports that DHS secretary Jeh Johnson addressed ISNA, a group tied to the terrorist groups Hamas and The Muslim Brotherhood.

Ghazala and Khzir Khan were present. Khazir was introduced by the man in charge of our Homeland Security. In his speech, he made clear references to jihad.

“We are of the belief, and I am sure the rest of you are– that ink of the pen of the scholars is more sacred than the blood of the martyr. So congratulations for leading us in this trying time. There comes a time in each group of believers historically when they are tested, and this is the time that the Muslim faith is being tested,” he said.

Blood of the martyr?

This from the man who insisted he wanted to be left alone.

Khan was later photographed with anti-american/anti-US military Linda Sarsour who called them Aunt and Uncle.

Also speaking was Yasir Qadhi, who has taught that Muslims can seize the property of non-Muslims in jihad: “The life and property of a mushrik [one who worships others besides Allah] holds no value in the state of jihad….which means if they don’t say la illaha illa Allah, their lives and property are halal” — that is, permitted to be taken by the Muslims.

Tariq Ramadan spoke. French journalist Caroline Fourest in Brother Tariq notes that Ramadan is “remaining scrupulously faithful to the strategy mapped out by his grandfather [Muslim Brotherhood founder Hasan al-Banna], a strategy of advance stage by stage” toward the imposition of Islamic law in the West. She explains that he invests words like “law” and “democracy” with subtle and carefully crafted new definitions, permitting him to engage in “an apparently inoffensive discourse while remaining faithful to an eminently Islamist message and without having to lie overtly — at least not in his eyes.”

The media is quick to present one side of the story. The Washington Post headlined their story of the event with a deceptive quote from Jeh, “Your story is the quintessential American story.”

If he was addressing regular Muslims who came here for a better life, that would be true, but he was addressing groups tied to radical Islam.

In his speech, he suggested surveillance was discriminator and disrespectful.

He compared the Muslim American struggle for recognition, respect and equal rights to that of other American religious, racial and ethnic communities and referenced his grandfather who grew up in the Jim Crow south [that was the Democrat south].

Grandpa was tied to the radical communist party.

It’s fine that he wants to build bridges, but why through terror-tied organizations?

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“The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) was established in July 1981 by U.S-based members of the Muslim Brotherhood with a background as leaders of the Muslim Students Association (MSA). As author and terrorism expert Steven Emerson puts it, ISNA “grew out of the Muslim Students Association, which also was founded by Brotherhood members.” Indeed, Muslim Brothers would dominate ISNA’s leadership throughout the Society’s early years. Striving “to advance the cause of Islam and serve Muslims in North America so as to enable them to adopt Islam as a complete way of life,” ISNA was highly dependent upon Saudi funding during its early years.” — from Discover the Networks

 

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