Princeton: Brotherhood-founded group gets sharia food in dining halls

via Halal food now available in dining halls – The Daily Princetonian. h/t Islamist Watch.

Halal food is now available on a rotational basis in the residential college dining halls. So far, halal food has been offered two or three times a week in one dining hall each day, although a fixed schedule has not been drawn up yet.

The addition to the menu is a result of the work of the Undergraduate Student Government Dining Policy Initiative, which has been working with the campus Muslim chaplain Imam Sohaib Sultan and the Muslim Students Association since last semester to make halal food more accessible on campus.

The MSA was founded by the Muslim Brotherhood.

Class of 2015 Senator Nihar Madhavan, who led the Dining Policy Initiative, said one of the goals of his project is to ensure that the dining options are meeting the needs of students on campus. Therefore, when President of MSA Sarah Qari ’16 expressed her concerns about the scarcity of halal options, USG started looking for ways to resolve the problem. Qari said that the goal is to make halal food available all days a week.

Qari and Sultan met with Dining Services several times once the initiative began to discuss ways to address the dietary needs of Muslims, Sultan said. He added that Dining Services was “absolutely incredible in terms of wanting to accommodate this request.”

Muslim students were also able to voice their opinions directly when representatives from Dining Services attended the MSA’s Friday prayers.

During their meetings, Qari and Sultan were able to clarify what it meant for food to be halal.

“One of the things that emerged after a while was that for a long time Dining Services thought that when we were asking for halal food, we were expecting certain ethnic foods. They were like, ‘We don’t know how to make that food,’” Sultan said. “But once we clarified to them that it can be whatever food you already make, just with halal meat, the process became so much easier. That was our opening.”

Executive Director of Campus Dining Smith Haneef declined to be interviewed.

Very telling. And that is how sharia creeps…into the smallest of openings.

Soon, like Whole Foods, all the meat will be halal albeit unmarked so no one will know. Except Haneef and the MSA.

 No surprise at Princeton where they are rewriting American history to ensure it too is halal.

New Jersey: 3rd burka bank robbery in last month

via Camden County Police Searching For Burqa-wearing Serial Bank Robber « CBS Philly.

AUDUBON, NJ (CBS) – The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office is reaching out to the public for help capturing a suspected serial bank robber who wears a burqa.

Authorities say they’re looking for a man who passed a note to a clerk demanding cash at the Beneficial Bank on the 100 block of South White Horse Pike around 2 p.m. Wednesday.

The suspect fled with an undisclosed amount of money, and police say he may be responsible for two other robberies at area banks.

The first happened on Sept. 17 at the Susquehanna Bank on Market Street in Camden. The second happened on Sept. 25th at the Audubon Savings Bank on South White Horse Pike in Audubon.

Police say that in all three robberies, the man was dressed in a black burqa. He’s described as a light skinned male, and in the September robberies, he fled on a BMX bike.

Anyone with information is asked to call police.

The fruits of diversity, immigration and political cowardice.

New Jersey: Second burqa bank robbery this month

Time to ban the burqa yet? Known among thieves and criminals as “the perfect disguise.” via Bank robber in burqa strikes in Audubon. h/t Islamist Watch

For the second time this month, a bike-riding man in a burqa has held up an area bank.

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A robber struck around 10 a.m. Thursday at Audubon Savings Bank on the 500 block of the White Horse Pike in Audubon. Authorities said the man, wearing gray pants and white sneaker beneath a burqa, fled with an undisclosed amount of money on a blue BMX style bike.

A similar bank heist was committed Sept. 17 at a Susquehanna Bank office in Camden. The man similarly wore a black burqa and fled from the Market Street bank on a silver BMX bike.

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Authorities could not confirm the robberies were related.

Anyone with information should contact Det. Paul Audino of the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office at (856) 225-8449 or Det. David Bauer of the Audubon Police Department at (856) 547-0715.

Burka bank robberies were virtually unheard of until the Muslim population explosion. No pun intended. It’s just another way Muslims are adding to the fabric of America – disguises for bank robbers.

New Jersey: Muslim Subway owner kicks out disabled U.S. veteran with service dog

Just like Muslims who drive cars for Uber. via Veteran thrown out of Subway Restaurant in Paterson, New Jersey because of service dog | 7online.com. h/t Atlas Shrugs

PATERSON, N.J. (WABC) — A disabled veteran was thrown out of a fast food restaurant because of his service dog.

The incident itself is troubling enough, but you won’t believe what happened after the Eyewitness News investigators arrived at the restaurant to demand answers.

It’s one of the most bizarre exchanges Eyewitness News has ever had on a story. Federal law is very clear: Dogs are recognized as service animals and all businesses open to the public, including restaurants, must allow them in.

But a U.S. Army veteran says a Subway restaurant in Paterson, New Jersey, blatantly ignored the law, and now, he’s determined to send them a message in court.

Richard Hunter’s troubled life turned around in July when the U.S. Army veteran received a service dog from the non-profit group Dogs4Warriors. The 50-year-old suffers from severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

“He realizes I’m having anxiety before I do,” Richard Hunter said.

So, it was a big deal when Hunter finally took his son and a coworker to lunch a few weeks ago at a Subway restaurant in Paterson, New Jersey.

“This was huge to go out with my son for the first time in over ten years,” Hunter said.

The sign on the door seemingly said it all: “Service animals are welcome,” but Hunter claims the manager, later identified as Mitul Ahmed, said something very different.

“I may have been holding the door when he first said something. He said, ‘The dog is not allowed in here. Get the dog out of here,'” Hunter said.

“He was clearly identified as a service animal,” Eyewitness News Investigative Reporter Sarah Wallace said.

“He was wearing what he has on right now,” Hunter said. “I said he was a service animal.”

“He didn’t care,” Wallace said.

“That’s exactly what he said, ‘I don’t care,'” Hunter said.

Hunter called the cops who said they couldn’t do anything. He then called the owner.

“The owner told me straight up: ‘I can refuse service to anyone I want,'” Hunter said.

That’s when Hunter reached out to disability rights attorney Robert Tandy.

“No food establishment can refuse entry to a service animal,” Tandy said.

“Plain and simple,” Wallace said.

“Simple as that,” Tandy said.

When Eyewitness News found the manager, Mitul Ahmed, behind the counter he denied everything.

“You’re not Mitul Ahmed,” Wallace said.

“No, he’s not here,” Ahmed said.

Oh, and that sign on the door, suddenly changed. The line about service animals welcome was removed.

The owner’s son arrived, with a foot-long list of excuses.

“If he’s not going to say he made a mistake, that’s fine too, because I’m going to be the better person, you know, we both messed up, all right, we messed up more,” said Zaphir Pathan, the Subway owner’s son.

“How did he mess up by having a service dog and wanting to go into the store, I don’t understand that?” Wallace said.

“You’re completely twisting the situation, that’s funny,” Pathan said.

“If I go into that Subway with a service dog, will I be allowed in?” Wallace asked.

“You can go in right now because now we know,” he said.

Now, Guess what? Ahmed is still working and still in denial.

“You weren’t here,” Wallace said.

“No,” Ahmed said.

“So, you’re ok having him work for you when he lied?” Wallace asked.

“Who doesn’t lie when they don’t want their case thrown under the water?” Pathan said.

“OK, my goodness,” Wallace said.

“I was just looking for an apology. I was just looking for an apology that you’re wrong,” Hunter said. “Now, I’m afraid to go out. I’m having anxiety even to go to the corner store now.”

WATCH THE ENTIRE CONFRONTATION:


The Muslim/Hamas enclave of Paterstine, New Jersey – also known by locals as Little Rammallah, where the flag of Palestine flies over city hall.

Contact Subway and let them know how yo feel: http://www.subway.com/ContactUs/frmCustomerService.aspx

NJ Muslim says clueless of ISIS and Islamic flag of jihad

Taqiyya or ignorance? Both run rampant in Islam. via NJ man says ISIS flag flown on porch a misunderstanding | Fox News.

A 44-year-old Muslim convert says it was news to him that the flag he hung outside his house is the same banner waved by the murderous jihadist group known as Islamic State.

Neighbors and passersby who took to Twitter were alarmed at the black flag emblazoned with the Arabic words “The only god is Allah” flying from above the porch of Mark Dunaway, in Garwood, N.J. The chilling banner flew next to a red flag of Islam, but Dunaway said he never intended to show support for the terrorist group infamous for beheading Christians.

“I hang it every Friday and every Ramadan which ended not too long ago and I keep it up a little longer than I normally do,” Dunaway told FoxNews.com. “I guess some people saw it and got offended so I took it down. I do not support any militant group or anything like that.”

The flag flap in the small town 20 miles west of New York blew up on Tuesday with a tweeted photo of Dunaway’s home with the ISIS flag displayed along with what appeared to be a Turkish flag but which Dunaway insisted was a “flag of Islam.”

The tweet was sent out by Marc Leibowitz, an investment manager with Oppenheimer and a former Israeli paratrooper. The photo drew nearly 500 comments and prompted a visit by local police officers.

Garwood Police Chief Bruce Underhill denied that the police “ordered” the flag to be removed, but said residents at the suburban home “voluntarily” agreed to remove the flag.

Dunaway, who converted to Islam more than 10 years ago, said the flag was given to him by a friend years ago and that he was unaware that it was used by the Islamic State, the jihadist group that claims to have established a “caliphate” state of strict Sharia law in Iraq and Syria. The group has drawn international condemnation for its unspeakable brutality and intolerance of non-Muslims.

Who was the friend?

“This is nuts to me,” Dunaway said to FoxNews.com. “It was not my intention to offend anybody. This is not new. I’ve been doing this for ten years.

Dunaway said he had never even heard of Islamic State until this week.

“I try not to watch that stuff,” Dunaway said. “I try not to get involved. I had no idea. This is just some that is part of my regular routine that I hang up.”

The flag is known as a “Black Standard” and represents the black banner carried by Muhammed and is one of many variants believed to have been used for nearly 1,000 years. The particular black standard used with the Shahada, or the Islamic Creed, placed above the historical seal of Muhammed.

The flag has been seen in use since 2001 and is dubbed “The Black Flag of Jihad and has been used by Al Qaeda, al-Shabaab, the Islamic Courts Union and Hizbul islam.

After taking the offending flag down, Dunaway replaced it with one bearing the logo of the NFL’s San Diego Chargers flag and kept up the other flag. He says that he often rotates the flags mostly of sports teams that he follows.

Neighbors say that they started noticing the particular flag three months ago but never confronted him about it as he mostly kept to himself and did not seem approachable.

“Everyone is cautious,” said one neighbor who declined to give her name.

Dunaway still has the flag and displayed it in front of his home on Wednesday afternoon for FoxNews.com when asked by a reporter. He said that he was surprised by the messages he saw on online.

“I saw all the comments on Twitter and how one of them said they wanted to cut my head off,” he said. “I said to myself, ‘Is this a joke?’”

He also said that he will not display the flag as long as the Islamic State is in the news and continues their terror offensive across Iraq, but that he hopes to let the flag fly again…in due time.

“I hope they [the Islamic State] goes away real soon,” he said. “I hope I can display my flag again with no problem.”

The infamous terror-linked CAIR defends the flag:

Ibrahim Hooper, a spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, told ABC News the flag is different from the ISIS flag and its message is something most Muslims are familiar with.

“The flag is a profession of Muslim faith,” Hooper said.

“Every Muslim in America has this phrase somewhere in their home,” Hopper added. “This man just chose to put it on a flag.”

And every American who professes the Muslim faith and belief that Mohammed is the greatest example should be suspect. After all, Muhammad was The First Islamic Radical.

New Jersey Muslim hangs ISIS flag outside his home

And he’d love to fly it again. via New Jersey man hangs flag associated with ISIS outside his home, sparking concern | New York’s PIX11 / WPIX-TV. (video at link)

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GARWOOD, NJ (PIX11) — A New Jersey man has raised a flag that is causing concern among his neighbors.

 The man recently hung what some neighbors called an ISIS flag outside his home in Garwood. When a picture was posted onto Twitter, neighbors on Winslow Place called the police.

 The flag, which is used by an Islamic extremist group responsible for violence in Iraq, has since been removed from display. Even so, neighbors still wonder why the flag was there to begin with.

 PIX11 has confirmed the flag was on display at the home for at least three weeks.

 The man told NJ.com that he has flown the flag outside his home during Ramadan and on Fridays for about 10 years. It has never been a problem, he said, until a photo of it was posted on Twitter on Tuesday.

 

 

“I understand now that people turn on CNN and see the flag associated with jihad, but that’s not the intention of that flag at all,” he told the website. The man explained that the writing on the flag reads, “There is only one god, Allah, and the prophet Muhammad is his messenger.”

 “It’s not meant to be a symbol of hate. Islam is all about unity and peace. I am not a part of any group like that, and I’m not anti-American. I love my country, but I am a Muslim,” he said.

Retired Jersey City police officer Ed Bergin, who lives doors away from the home said, “I just hope the authorities handle it from here.”

“For a man to fly a flag like that, authorities have to get involved in it,” Bergin said.

The man says he’s hesitant to fly the flag now because of all the controversy.

“I would love to fly it again on Friday. I hope this situation goes away,” he said.


Remember, they’re here and non-Muslims are their targets:

 

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New Jersey: Muslim Suspect Arrested In Seattle Double Murder of Gays

via Suspect In Seattle Double Murder Arrested In West Orange, N.J. « CBS New York.

WEST ORANGE, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A suspect in a double homicide in Seattle was behind bars in New Jersey Saturday morning.

Ali Mohammad Brown, 29, was arrested Friday in West Orange, New Jersey, in the 200 block of Mount Pleasant Avenue in West Orange, police said.

Brown is originally from East Orange.

He was booked by the Essex County Prosecutor’s Homicide Task Force in connection with two open murder warrants dating from June 1 in Seattle, and a warrant in a carjacking in Point Pleasant on June 29.

In Seattle, Brown accused of murdering two men – Ahmed Said, 28, and Dwone Anderson-Young, 23 – whom authorities believe Brown found on a personal mobile app.

CBS affiliate KIRO-TV, Seattle, reported that the victims were both gay, and the case was being investigated as a possible hate crime.

The victims had been with friends at a Seattle gay nightclub, when Said said he was going to meet a “friend” outside the club, the station reported. But the group that was with Said said the “friend” looked “unfriendly and out of place,” and one person in Said’s group said he was “creeped out” by the man who has since been identified as Brown, the station reported.

Authorities said Said’s 2001 Mitsubishi Gallant was found abandoned in South Seattle with what KIRO called “an exorbitant amount of blood.” Brown’s palm print and several spent 9mm shell casings that matched those at the crime scene were found in the vehicle, the station reported.

A second man has also been taken into custody in the Seattle murders, but has not been charged, KIRO reported.

Brown also had been wanted in connection with armed robbery and carjacking that took place at a Point Pleasant coffee shop, WCBS 880′s Ginny Kosola reported.

Brown was to be housed at the Essex County Correctional Center and will later be turned over to the U.S. Marshals Service, police said.

 As noted in a prior post, Seattle Muslim using Grindr app to target, murder gays:

sources tell Q13 FOX News that Brown underwent jihadist training in California in April and they believe the two men were attacked simply because their sexual orientation offended what police say are Brown’s radical Muslim beliefs.

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