Phoenix: 98% of Somali women being treated have undergone genital mutilation (FGM)

via Horrific Taboo: Female Circumcision on the Rise in U.S. – NBC

In Phoenix, Arizona, a staggering 98 percent of Somali women being treated at the Refugee Women’s Health Clinic have been circumcised, founder Dr. Crista Johnson said. She estimates the Somali community is at least 12,000-strong.

Johnson has supported such victims all over the country – from Washington,D.C., to Michigan to California – and says the spike in immigration from such communities has been astonishing in recent years.

“The number has easily quadrupled because of migration patterns,” she added.

Refugee resettlement is not migration. It is importation…for profit.

So with such numbers, why has there only been one successful prosecution in the U.S.?

“People won’t report against their families,” Marie said. Since the mutilation is usually organized by the child’s mother or grandmother and supported by the father, many cases go unreported, case workers say.

“Even if there is protection from the government, it is difficult for a victim to disclose it through fear of retaliation from their family, and fear of losing their family,” she said.

Honor killing.

Still, experts believe the law is a useful deterrent. Johnson says there is a sense of resignation among the families that they must abide by U.S. laws.

“There has to be a huge shift so that we identify this as a form of violence against girls – and not something that’s protected as a cultural and religious tradition,” she said.


Immigration to the U.S. from countries in Africa quadrupled between 1990 and 2011 from 360,000 to 1.6 million according to a recent report released by New York City’s planning department.

Therein lies the problem.

For those who think otherwise, look to Europe where Denmark: 41 percent of all Somali men were convicted of crimes in 2012.

Arizona: Muslim who bombed Social Security office gets 5 years for weapons charge

via Aldosary sentenced to five years for weapons charge – News.

A Coolidge man awaiting prosecution in state court for murder and attempted murder, among other charges, was sentenced Monday to five years in federal prison stemming from his Sept. 20 conviction of being a felon in possession of firearms and of ammunition.

Abdullatif Ali Aldosary, 48, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton on Monday morning in Phoenix. The judge combined his sentences, pointing out that he faced up to 10 years in prison on the three counts. Aldosary has 14 days to appeal his federal sentence.

Additionally, Aldosary was fined $7,500 and ordered to pay a $100 court fee. He was sentenced to three years supervised probation after he’s released from federal prison, ordered to participate in a mental health program and to have no contact with any employees of the Casa Grande Social Security office.

“The court believes the defendant presents an extreme danger to the community,” Bolton said during the sentencing hearing.

Aldosary is accused of setting off a homemade bomb at the Casa Grande Social Security office on Nov. 30, 2012. His federal court convictions stem from materials police found at his home after they arrested him the day of the bombing. Besides ammunition, they found paperwork related to how to make a bomb and other materials that could be used in a bomb. Because of a 2008 conviction in Maricopa County for aggravated harassment, a felony, Aldosary is not allowed to possess weapons or ammunition.

An arraignment for Aldosary is scheduled for March 14 in Pinal County Superior Court. That hearing date has repeatedly been delayed. But, in a press release issued Monday, Pinal County Attorney’s Office spokesman Jim Knupp said his office has ensured that Aldosary will be in Pinal County for a court appearance that day.

Aldosary faces 22 state charges from two separate incidents in November 2012.

He’s charged with first-degree murder in connection with the Nov. 27, 2012, shooting death of Orlando Requena at Arizona Grain in Maricopa. Requena was killed at 2:40 that morning while at work at the grain elevator. Aldosary also is charged with aggravated assault and two counts of misconduct involving weapons from the Nov. 27 incident.

All of the other charges he faces in state court stem from the Nov. 30 bombing in Casa Grande. He’s charged with 14 counts of attempted murder in connection with the 14 people inside the office at the time the bomb exploded. He’s also charged with two counts of criminal damage, one count of arson and one count of depositing explosives, all related to the bombing.

Aldosary was arrested about 90 minutes after the bomb went off at 8:21 a.m. that Friday in downtown Casa Grande.

A witness provided police with a description and a license plate number of a car seen driving away from the office parking lot, which led police to Aldosary’s home in Coolidge. They found him washing his car in his driveway that morning.

The Social Security office was closed until Dec. 13 while repairs were made.

Two federal charges originally filed against Aldosary in 2012 later were dismissed at the request of federal prosecutors. A count of malicious damage to federal property by means of explosives and a count of attempted interference with the work of a government agency were dismissed after the U.S. Attorney’s Office learned that Aldosary had been indicted in Pinal County on a charge of arson of an occupied structure “based on the same conduct which supports” the malicious damage and attempted interference charges.

No motives for Aldosary’s actions in either incident have ever been given by police. They have confirmed that Aldosary worked as a temporary employee at Arizona Grain and said it is possible that Aldosary and Requena knew one another from work.

Aldosary came to the United States legally in 1997 from Iraq. In 2008 his request for a green card was denied because in 1991 he fought with anti-government forces trying to overthrow former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. He sought a green card a second time, which has not been granted.

He has been in federal custody since Nov. 30, 2012.

Was he here legally? Not if he lied on his immigration application and throughout interviews: Arizona Bomber Had Citizenship Rejected by Homeland Security for ‘Terrorism-Related Activity’

Arizona: Muslim group’s website praises Muslim Brotherhood as “a great Islamic movement”

via Islamists In America: Skilled at Hiding Common Roots

By Ryan Mauro

The website of the Muslim American Society’s Arizona chapter praises the Muslim Brotherhood as “a great Islamic movement” even though the group’s stated purpose is to wage jihad in order to institute sharia-based governance. The website also quotes Hassan al-Banna, the founder of the Brotherhood.

In 2008, federal prosecutors said that the Muslim American Society (MAS) “was founded as the overt arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in America.” This was confirmed by Abdurrahman Alamoudi, a convicted terrorist and admitted U.S. Muslim Brotherhood member, who said in 2012, “Everyone knows that MAS is the Muslim Brotherhood.”

The implications of this find are about more than MAS, though.

This MAS chapter shares an address with Masjid Es-Salaam, a mosque in the city of Chandler, Arizonia.   According to the Salatomatic.comwebsite, MAS-AZ isn’t only based out of the mosque — it is actually “operated” by the chapter. This is supported by a photo of a sign on the mosque that identifies it as a “MAS Community & Youth Center.”

The mosque also houses the headquarters of the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ Arizona chapter. The U.S. government identified the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) as a U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entity in 2007 when it designated the organization as an unindicted co-conspirator in a terrorism-financing trial.

Continue reading here.

Arizona: American citizen scolds John McCain for giving US tax dollars to al Qaeda

h/t halalporkshop

This brave citizen also notes “what’s going on in Jordan” as we’ve noted here and here and here.

Arizona: Muslim guilty on weapons charges, Feds drop charges for bombing Social Sec office

Feds drop another workplace violence homeland jihad case and leave it to local authorities. Holder will use the DOJ to aggressively sue local municipalities and force mosques in residential neighborhoods but he runs from actual cases of Islamic jihad plotted against Americans.

via Guilty on weapons charges, murder trial awaits CG bombing suspect –

PHOENIX — A Coolidge man accused of setting off a bomb in the parking lot of the Casa Grande Social Security office last November was found guilty Friday of three weapons and ammunition possession charges.

Abdullatif Ali Aldosary, 48, is scheduled to be sentenced on Dec. 9 in U.S. District Court. Each offense carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

A jury returned the guilty verdicts around 4:15 p.m. Friday after deliberating for about an hour. The findings ended the 2 1⁄2-day trial in U.S. District Court. The short trial caught personnel in the U.S. Attorney’s Office by surprise, spokesman Cosme Lopez said.

Aldosary was convicted of two counts of being a felon in possession of firearms and one count of being a felon in possession of ammunition. When police searched his home last November, they reported finding guns, ammunition and chemicals that could be used to make a bomb. Aldosary’s attorneys sought to have that information excluded from his trial, but the judge agreed only to not let jurors be told of the bomb incident.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office earlier dismissed charges of malicious damage to federal property by means of explosives and attempted interference with the work of a government agency that had been filed against Aldosary after learning that the Pinal County attorney planned to file charges against Aldosary. He has been charged in Pinal County Superior Court with 14 counts of attempted murder, arson, criminal damage and depositing explosives. The attempted murder counts are related to the 14 people inside the building at the time the bomb exploded.

He’s also charged with first-degree murder in Pinal County Superior Court, in connection with the Nov. 27 shooting death of Orlando Requena of Casa Grande. That shooting occurred at Arizona Grain in Maricopa.

Aldosary has not yet entered pleas to any of the Pinal County charges.

On Monday, Pinal County Attorney’s Office spokesman Jim Knupp said after Aldosary is sentenced on the federal charges, Pinal County will file a motion to bring him to Pinal County for his arraignment, so he can enter pleas in Superior Court. Exactly how soon after the Dec. 9 sentencing that will occur isn’t yet known, Knupp said.

Aldosary has been in custody since his Nov. 30 arrest at his home about an hour-and-a-half after the explosion rocked downtown Casa Grande around 8:30 a.m. No one was injured in the blast, but the Social Security building was damaged by a fire the bomb caused.

Because Aldosary was convicted of a felony in 2008, he is prohibited from owning weapons or ammunition.

He was convicted of aggravated harassment in Maricopa County for sending letters to Hunter Contracting, his former employer, and to people who worked for that company. He pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated harassment and spent two months in jail. But, after he violated his probation in 2009, he was sent to prison for another year.

Last September, Aldosary was charged in Casa Grande Municipal Court with one count of assault and one count of disorderly conduct after a scuffle and argument at a Casa Grande health club. Those charges were later dismissed after his arrest on the federal charges.

Aldosary came to the United States from Iraq in 1997. In 2008, his request for a green card was denied because in 1991 he fought with anti-government forces trying to overthrow former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. He sought a green card a second time, which was never granted.

If fighting to overthrow Hussein prevented him from getting a green card – why was he allowed into the country and why wasn’t he deported?

His 2008 arrests weren’t deemed deportable offenses by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, but after his Nov. 30 arrest, that agency flagged him for a potential review of his status in the U.S.

Remember the days when immigrants feared getting caught breaking the law because they might be deported? Immigration reform should restore that level of fear. This jihadi should never have been let in the U.S. and should have been deported long ago. But of course, authorities are clueless as to his motive:

Investigators say a search of Aldosary’s home turned up documents hidden behind a picture that explained how to build a bomb. Aldosary also sought information on how to create explosive material known as RDX, “considered one of the most powerful of the military high explosives,” according to the initial criminal complaint. “RDX is believed to have been used in many bomb plots, including terrorist plots.”

Police have not disclosed a motive for the bombing.

Will they ever figure it out?

Arizona: Muslim convert who fought with Syrian jihad gets $100 fine, released from jail

Obama’s Syrian rebels.

via Eric Harroun pleads guilty, released from jail |

ALEXANDRIA, Va. AP – An Army veteran accused of fighting alongside an al-Qaida-affiliated group of Syrian rebels is out of jail following a secret plea deal.

Thirty-one-year-old Eric Harroun of Phoenix had been charged with providing material support to a terrorist group and faced up to life in prison.
But under a deal entered in federal court in Alexandria, Harroun pleaded guilty to an obscure law regulating munition exports. He was sentenced to time served. The plea agreement itself remains sealed, though court records show it was entered Thursday.

Harroun had been jailed since March.

Prosecutors first accused Harroun of fighting alongside the terrorist group Jabhat al-Nusra, one of many Syrian rebel groups seeking to topple President Bashar Assad. But defense lawyers argued there was confusion about exactly which rebel group Harroun had joined.

How can prosecutors convict this guy for doing exactly what Obama is doing and allowing other U.S. Muslims to do?

The deal? via a Sweet Plea Deal

Last week, 30-year-old Phoenix native Eric Harroun faced a possible sentence of life in prison after the Justice Department accused him of fighting in Syria on behalf of Al-Qaeda.

Amid doubt about those allegations, Harroun suddenly agreed to a plea deal yesterday, and his sentence is quite a bit shorter than life in prison — he’ll be released from jail, be placed on probation for three years, and has to pay a $100 fine.


…authorities in Virginia released an Army veteran accused of fighting alongside the group after a secret plea deal.


Back stories on Harroun including videos here.


Obama allowing U.S. Syrian group to arm rebels, incl al Qaeda

Obama’s Special License to U.S. Muslim Group to Fund Syrian “Rebels” Causes Concern

US Muslims raising money and covertly aiding “rebels” in Syria

NY: US citizen gets 25 years in Taliban weapons sale plot

POURYAN and ORBACH, at different times, agreed to arrange the sale of weapons to the CS for the Taliban’s use against U.S. military forces in Afghanistan…

via US citizen arrested in Romania gets 25-year prison sentence in NY Taliban case | Fox News.

A U.S. citizen convicted of conspiring to provide material support to the Taliban and acquire anti-aircraft missiles has been sentenced in New York to 25 years in prison.

Alwar Pouryan (AH’-wahr per-AHN’) was sentenced Wednesday to the mandatory minimum sentence of 25 years for the anti-aircraft missile count but was spared a life sentence. Pouryan and a co-defendant were convicted last month.

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said in a statement afterward that Pouryan was “an American who was all too willing to do business with the Taliban.” He called the sentence “just and appropriate for an individual who so callously sold out his country.”

Pouryan was arrested in Bucharest, Romania, last February.

Authorities say the men were approached by U.S. government witnesses posing as representatives of the Taliban.

Unclear if he worshiped Allah, but he was arrested with several Muslims not mentioned here. More: Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces Convictions Of Two U.S. Citizens For Conspiring To Aid The Taliban

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara stated: “By agreeing to sell arms to a source they believed represented the Taliban, Alwar Pouryan and Oded Orbach betrayed their country, and all the U.S. citizens they were willing to put in harm’s way. Now they stand convicted and will pay the price for their crimes and their betrayal. Continue reading

Illinois, Maine, Arizona Muslims among Kenyan Mall Massacre killers

According to a post by Jean-Patrick Grumberg at, Muslims from Illinois, Maine, and Arizona were listed by al Shabaab along with the Muslims from Minnesota & Kansas City as being among the Islamic killers that perpetraded the Kenyan Mall Massacre.

We re-arranged the list putting the Muslims that were living in America at the top of the list.

  • Ahmed Mohamed Isse, 22 ans, de Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • Abdifatah Osman Keenadiid. 24 ans de Minneapolis [Minnesota]
  • Gen Mustafe Noorudiin. 27 ans, de Kansas City. MO
  • Abdelkarem Ali Mohamed, 21 ans, d’Illinois
  • Abdishakur Sheikh Hassan 22 ans, du Maine
  • Shafie Die 25 ans, de Tucson Arizona


  • Abdirizak Mouled, 24 ans, d’Ontario Canada
  • Ahmed Nasir Shirdoon, 24 ans, de Londres GB
  • Sayid Nuh, 25 ans, de Kismayu, Somalie
  • Sa’d Daud 23 ans, Damas Syrie
  • Mohammed Bader 25 ans, d’Aleppo Syrie
  • Ismael Guled, 23 ans, Helsinky Finlande
  • Zaki Jama Caraale, 20 ans, d’Hargeisa, Somalie
  • Qasim Said Mussa, 22 ans, Garissa, Kenya
  • Eliko Mamedoff, 27 ans, Dagestan
  • Moulid Ahmed 24 ans, Gävleborgs Län, Sweden

He posted a screen shot from Twitter – the account now suspended – however the names of those living in the U.S. were not in the screen shot.

Please note that the source is al Shabaab and the Islamic principle of striking fear into the hearts of the unbelievers is in play. This has not been confirmed by U.S. authorities as of this posting.

Apparently not much has changed since this 2011 post, Somali-Americans from Minnesota Leave US to Wage Jihad, FBI Unaware.

Video: McCain confronted by Syrian at townhall

…but McCain scoffs at her and will continue not to represent his constituents.

The Syrians McCain knows are terrorists, kidnappers and murderers.

On the eve of 9/11, Obama will commandeer the airwaves to bamboozle America into war with Syria. Contact Your Elected Officials

Arizona State Univ hosting terror-linked Muslim group CAIR conference

They’re talking terror, but the terrorists they via CAIR-AZ Conference Schedule.

CAIR-AZ Conference – “American While Muslim” at Arizona State University

Room Assignments: MU 207 (Gold) MU 220 (Turquoise) and MU 242 (La Paz)

Our volunteers will be there to direct you where to go for each session.

Session #1: Main Hall

10:30-10:40a – Introductory remarks and welcome message

Speaker – Imraan Siddiqi – CAIR-AZ Chairman

10:40-11:15a (main hall) – “What it means to be American While Muslim”

Speaker – Zahra Billoo, Executive Director CAIR-SFBA

Session #2 (main hall) – 11:15a-12:00p - “Inside The Terror Factory” 

Speaker – Trevor Aaronson – Author and Investigative Journalist – al-Jazeera America

This groundbreaking book has uncovered key tactics that have been employed by the FBI under the guise of the “war on terror.”  Trevor’s expose uncovers how the use of informants, agent-provocateurs, and manufactured plots have become commonplace tactics in the national security enterprise.

Session #3 (main hall) - 12:00p – 1:00p “Perseverance in the Face of Islamophobia” 


Remziya Suleyman – Director, ACOTN and Community Leader – Murfreesboro, TN

Hassan Shibly – Executive Director, CAIR-Tampa

Islamophobia has become a well-entrenched, highly funded phenomenon in the U.S.  In states like Tennessee and Florida, this has evolved from just hateful rhetoric into a swath of mosque oppositions, anti-Sharia legislation, court battles and issues with elected officials.  These speakers will touch on the issues they have faced in their communities, and how they were able to face down this negativity and turn it into a an opportunity for community building and positivity.

That’s classic. A session on Islamophobia by a Muslim who claims she never heard of sharia law and has her own publicly aired phobias – mocking gay marriage, Tennesseans and Christians on her Twitter feed.


If inclined, contact ASU via these email forms regarding the notorious group they are allowing on campus:

Office of President Crow –

Office of the Exec VP and Provost –

There’s an abundance of evidence on CAIR including being banned by the FBI, an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terror funding conviction in US history, confirmation by a Federal judge that CAIR is Hamas and much more. And another speaker who teaches Muslims not to work with the FBI.

A few links from our side bar to get you started and share with ASU.

Arizona: Three arrested in state’s largest-ever food stamp fraud op

No word on where this family is from or their immigration status but their passports were confiscated.


via Three arrested in state’s largest-ever food stamp fraud enterprise – Phoenix Crime |

PHOENIX – On Aug. 29, Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne announced the arrests of Kameel Sweiss, 51, Ameer Sweis, 22, and Faday Sweiss, 33, all of whom worked at K&S convenience store at 6116 N. 27th Ave. in Phoenix for illegally conducting an enterprise, fraudulent schemes and artifices, money laundering, unlawful use of food stamps and computer tampering.

Phoenix Police Department SWAT units executed search warrants at the K&S convenience store and the Sweiss’ Peoria home at 8:30 a.m. on Aug. 28.

Evidence seized in the raid included $32,876 in cash, $550,480 in cash held in a private bank vault, bank records, extraneous food stamp cards, business ledgers and three vehicles.

Horne stated, “This business was stealing taxpayer money by allowing a person with a food stamp card to purchase something small, such as bag of chips, and then overcharge that card to make a fraudulent profit. This seizure is the largest in our state’s history with regard to food stamp fraud and should serve as a strong warning to those who continue to engage in these kinds of illegal actions.”

The interagency group, called “Strike Force: Quest,” was a coordinated undercover operation involving the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, Phoenix Police Department, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of the Inspector General and the Arizona Department of Economic Security.

The Arizona Department of Revenue took part in the search of K&S convenience store in an ongoing and separate investigation.

All three defendants made their initial appearance before a judge at 8 p.m. on Wednesday and were each ordered held on $100,000 bond.

Additionally, all three were required to surrender their passports as a condition of release.

The judge added a stipulation that should the defendants post bond, they will be required to wear an ankle monitor.

We may need a new category to track Arab and Muslim, often immigrant, food stamp fraud rings. Big ones. 

Just a few recent examples:

Ohio: Another Muslim food stamp fraud ring busted, netted $780,000

Michigan: Doctor charged in $35M Medicare fraud giving chemo to those who didn’t need it

Ohio: Three Muslims arrested in $2 million food stamp fraud

Indiana: Three Muslims arrested in $4.8M foodstamp fraud

Illinois: Muslim sentenced to prison for $844,000 food stamp fraud

Ohio imam gets just 1 year in $3.8M food stamp fraud

Multi-million dollar Muslim food stamp fraud busts in Illinois, Nevada and Utah

Oregon mosque led by convicted Social Security fraudster

Minnesota: Iraqi Muslim’s food stamp fraud costs taxpayers $3.1M

More Muslims arrested in massive Medicare fraud schemes

Ohio Imam Defrauds Taxpayers of $2 Million

Many more at Refugee Resettlement Watch.

Iraqi Muslim who bombed Arizona Social Security building charged in separate murder

via Casa Grande bombing suspect accused of Maricopa murder | Phoenix.

MARICOPA, Ariz. — An Iraqi man charged with detonating a homemade explosive device outside a Social Security Administration building in Casa Grande faces additional charges related to the murder of a worker at a grain company in Maricopa last year.

Abdullatif Ali Aldosary was indicted on 18 counts stemming from the Nov. 30 bombing. No one was injured in the blast.

He was indicted on 14 counts of attempted murder, one count of arson of an occupied structure, one count of depositing explosives and two counts of criminal damage related to the bombing.

He now faces charges for his alleged involvement in a murder committed three days prior to the explosion, Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles announced Monday morning.

Orlando Requena, 26, of Casa Grande, was found shot to death at Arizona Grain, 38501 W. Cowtown Road, at approximately 2:45 a.m. on Nov. 27. He  was found in the off-load area along with several shell casings from what appeared to be a handgun.

The Grand Jury of Pinal County indicted Aldosary on four counts in connection to Requena’s murder, including first-degree murder, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and two counts of misconduct involving weapons.


The attempted murder charges, according to the indictment, appear to pertain to witnesses and Social Security employees who were in the area at the time of the explosion.

Authorities have declined to provide details about the case, including any motive or whether Aldosary is suspected of working alone or with others. A news conference was planned for Monday.

Aldosary came to the United States legally in 1997 from his home country of Iraq.

In 2008, he pleaded guilty to felony aggravated harassment charges. He was sentenced to two months in jail and three years of probation. But his probation was revoked a year later, and he was ordered to serve a year in prison.

Aldosary had sought help from U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar’s office in 2011 in obtaining permanent residency. Gosar has said he contacted Homeland Security, which responded in a letter that Aldosary’s case had been put on hold “pursuant to the terrorism-related grounds of inadmissibility” under a section of the Immigration and Nationality Act.

Authorities say he was denied a green card in 2008 because he fought with anti-government forces trying to overthrow former Iraq dictator Saddam Hussein in Basra, Iraq, in 1991.

Gosar’s office questioned why the man hadn’t been deported.

Gosar waited a year before questioning anyone. Gosar and DHS both failed to protect the people they have sworn to protect.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said Aldosary’s previous arrests on harassment charges and a probation violation weren’t considered deportable offenses.

Aldosary again requested a green card, but federal immigration officials flagged it for a potential review of his status in the U.S. after his arrest in the bombing case.

Authorities say a search of Aldosary’s home turned up documents hidden behind a picture that explained how to build a bomb. Aldosary also sought information on how to create explosive material known as RDX, “considered one of the most powerful of the military high explosives,” according to the initial criminal complaint. “RDX is believed to have been used in many bomb plots, including terrorist plots.”

Authorities also seized a handgun and rifle at Aldosary’s home, along with hundreds of rounds of ammunition and several gallons of chemicals that could be used to make a bomb, according to court documents.

Tucson schools get grant from Islamic charity tied to Muslim Brotherhood

Infiltrating the schools by hook and crook cash and curriculum. via Tucson schools get grant from charity tied to Brotherhood | The Daily Caller.

Last week, the governing board of the Tucson Unified School District asked the school board to accept a $465,000 curriculum grant from the Qatar Foundation International, a global philanthropic organization with strong ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, the parent organization of the terrorist group Hamas.

The grant money is intended to implement “innovative curricula and teaching materials to be used in any Arabic language classroom,” reports the Arizona Daily Independent.

Two Tucson schools, Safford K-8 Magnet School and Cholla High Magnet School, will be the recipients of the terror-infested cash, according to Tucson News Now.

About 100 students at Cholla High Magnet School are learning Arabic. At Safford K-8 Magnet School, 125 students are learning the language.

Last year’s grant for Arabic language from the Qatar Foundation was $55,000.

A handful of similar programs funded by the Qatar charity exist in other American cities. In 2012, for example, the nonprofit provided $250,000 for a three-year pilot project for Arabic language at P.S. 368 in Harlem, reports DNAinfo New York.

The Qatar Foundation International is the U.S.-based branch of the Qatar Foundation, a generous global philanthropic organization founded in 1995 by Qatar’s ruling emir, Sheikha Hind bint Hamad Al Thani.

Al Thani is also an influential architect of Middle East media mammoth Al Jazeera.

Head of Islamic org seeking global blasphemy law is Arizona State grad

A reader notified us of this via ASU:

Iyad bin Amin Madani ’69 B.S. was elected Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.

More via Iyad bin Amin Madani – Wikipedia


Iyad bin Amin Madani (born April 1946) is a Saudi public figure who served in different cabinet posts. In addition, he is elected as the secretary general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation. He will be the first Saudi official to hold his position.[1]

Madani was born in Mecca in April 1946.[1][2] He holds a bachelor’s degree in production administration, which he obtained from Arizona State University.[1]

Madani was awarded by the Malaysian government the prize, the Darjah Kebesaran Panglima Setia Mahkota (Knight of the Most Distinguished Order of Crown), in March 2009 due to his efforts in reinforcing solidarity of Muslim Ummah…

His appointment was officially announced after the 12th Summit of the OIC in Cairo on 8 February 2013.[3] Madani’s term as secretary general of OIC will be effective in January 2014.[16]

Those Saudi student visas are so beneficial to the United States. More on the infamous OIC: OIC Ramps Up ‘Islamophobia’ Campaign

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has long been on the forefront of the Islamist mission to establish the equivalent of Islamic blasphemy laws in the West.  Now, during its 12th Islamic Summit held in Cairo February 7-8, 2013, the OIC set forth new and creative ways to silence, and ultimately criminalize criticism of Islam.

The OIC is a 57-member state organization that claims to represent 1.5 billion Muslims around the globe.  As the second largest international organization in the world, behind only the UN, and as the largest Islamic organization in the world, it is obviously quite powerful.  Though it is arguably the largest voting block in the UN, most people have never heard of it.

One of the OIC’s primary aims for at least the last fourteen years has been the international criminalization of speech that is critical of any Islam-related topic, including Islamic terrorism, Islamic persecution of religious minorities and human rights violations committed in the name of Islam.

Since 1999, the OIC has set forth UN resolutions that would “combat defamation of religions.”  These resolutions condemned criticism of religion, but in the OIC’s interpretation, it applied only to Islam.  True statements of fact constituted no exception.

The OIC is fastidiously working on the creation of legal instruments to address and combat “Islamophobia.”  Renewing its commitment to mobilize the West to comply with Islamic blasphemy laws, the OIC vowed to push for nation states to enact laws that will criminalize the “denigration of religions” during in its next Istanbul conference, anticipated to take place this June.

At the Summit, OIC members also unanimously elected Iyad Madani to the post of OIC Secretary General.  His term is to commence in 2014 when current Secretary General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu’s term expires.  This is the first time that the OIC will be headed by a Saudi.

Though the current OIC regime is comprised of sticklers for Islamic blasphemy laws and staunch advocates for the obliteration of Israel, it is likely that the OIC will become even more extreme under Madani.

Fresh with U.S. connections.

Florida: Store owner, son arrested – food stamp fraud spreads in AZ, PA too

Muslim and Arab criminals are feasting on Obama’s food stamp programs. via Store owner arrested for using food stamps to stock shelves |

Bassam Abu Diab

Bassam Abu Diab

A convenience store owner in Daytona Beach, Fla.was arrested Monday for running a food stamp scam, using tax dollars to stock his shelves.

Bassam Abu Diab and his son Matthew were buying food stamp cards for 20 to 40 cents on the dollar and using them to shop at Walmart and Save-A-Lot stores for items they sold in their convenience store, police said, according the Daytona Beach News-Journal.

An undercover agent sold EBT cards to Abu Diab, which he used to purchase items at other stores and then paid the agent less than half the value of the cards. Federal, state and local officers raided the Abu Diabs’ 4M Food Mart after a 3-month investigation.

“This guy is running a business on the taxpayers back,” said Daytona Beach Police Chief Michael Chitwood, according to local tv station WFTV Channel 9. “It’s a fraud. He’s unscrupulous and clearly he didn’t learn from the last time we hit the store.”

Detectives said Abu Diab’s register had $88,000 in EBT card transactions, according to WFTV.

This is the second time Abu Diab has faced the same charges, according to WFTV. The Daytona Beach News-Journal said he was accused of running a pawn shop without a license in December.

Taxpayers aren’t just subsidizing of millions of “Americans” who don’t want to work or can’t find work but they are also getting robbed of hundreds of millions as criminals – often immigrant Muslims and Arabs – exploit government largess.

More in Pennsylvania via Refugee Resettlement Watch: (if you think the posts here are worrisome, check out that site)

Two Brentwood men who ran separate small grocery stores in the South Hills were indicted Wednesday for wire fraud and food stamp fraud, documents filed today in U.S. District Court show.

Samson Dweh, 30, ran Mariama African Store in Carrick, according to the indictment naming him. Continue reading


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