Terror-linked CAIR demands NFL clarify Muslim prayer policy, NFL jumps to clarify

The NFL moved as if they were about to be beheaded by ISIS terrorists, issuing a tweet at 8:30AM the morning after the Monday night game. And many dhimmis joined them for the ride.

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via NFL says Chiefs’ Husain Abdullah shouldn’t have been penalized for slide, prayer in end zone | The Kansas City Star.

Husain Abdullah is a devout Muslim. He’s also a safety for the Chiefs, and he made a promise to himself if he ever did find himself in the end zone.

“If I get a pick, I’m going to prostrate before God Allah in the end zone,” Abdullah said.

Early in the fourth quarter, Abdullah dropped deep in a zone coverage, read Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s eyes and broke hard, intercepting his pass.

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Just nights after a devout Muslim beheaded a woman in Oklahoma, and a 2nd devout Muslim was arrested for threatening to behead a woman

His celebration drew a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, but the NFL said Tuesday that Abdullah should not have been penalized.

The league’s rule book prohibits players from celebrating while on the ground, but spokesman Michael Signora wrote in an email Tuesday that “the officiating mechanic in this situation is not to flag a player who goes to the ground as part of religious expression, and as a result, there should have been no penalty on the play.”

There are exceptions made for religious expressions, such as Tim Tebow’s prayer while kneeling. But Abdullah may have drawn the flag by sliding with both knees into the prayer.

“For me, I just got a little too excited,” Abdullah said. “I think it was for the slide.”

The Council on American-Islamic Relations, a civil liberties and advocacy organization, issued a statement early Tuesday asking that the NFL take steps in response to the penalty.

“To prevent the appearance of a double standard, we urge league officials to clarify the policy on prayer and recognize that the official made a mistake in this case,” CAIR spokesman Ibrahim Hooper said.

Game officials didn’t say anything to Abdullah after the play, but Chiefs coach Andy Reid did when Abdullah came to the sideline.

“He said, ‘You can’t slide,’” Abdullah said.

Although Reid isn’t sure that should be the case.

“When you go to Mecca, you should be able to slide wherever you want,” Reid said after the game. “We’ve got two priests in here. They’d probably vouch for me.”

Abdullah has a special place in mind for the football he intercepted from Brady, a future Hall of Famer.

“That’s nice,” Abdullah said. “That’s definitely going up in the house. That’s a ball that’s definitely going up in the game room area, so it was amazing.”

Does Reid know that he, as a non-Muslim, is banned from Mecca?

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Abdullah sat out last season to become a hajji.

A reader also informed us the Abdullah brothers participated in a Muslim Brotherhood MSA event at UMKC.

‘AIG SPONSORS JIHAD TV’ banner to fly before NFL games Sunday, Monday

Almost a reason to briefly watch a bit of some NFL games this week, but no network would dare show the truth. via FFA.

Florida Family Association has hired Aerial Messages, Inc. to fly a banner stating AIG SPONSORS JIHAD TV before the Houston Texans vs. New York Giants game on Sunday, September 21, 2014 from 9 am to 1 pm at MetLife Stadium in New York. The Los Angeles Times reported on August 15, 2013 that “some derisively label the network ‘Jihad TV.’”

Al Jazeera is a news company that is owned by a non-democratic, monarch styled emirate who does not afford citizens freedom of the press, espouses Islamic Sharia law, backs the head of Hamas and supports the Muslim Brotherhood.

American International Group (AIG) is the only Fortune 500 Company to advertise on Al Jazeera America during the past eleven months.  Thousands of concerned consumers have sent emails urging AIG officials to stop supporting Al Jazeera America with advertising dollars.  More people have sent emails of concern to AIG than on average watch Al Jazeera America each week according to a report filed by NewsMax.

Florida Family Association hired Aerial Messages, Inc. to fly a banner stating PROCTER & GAMBLE SPONSORS JIHAD TV before the Green Bay vs. Cincinnati game on September 22, 2013 from 9 am to 1 pm.  P&G’s corporate headquarters is located in Cincinnati.  Just like AIG, Proctor & Gamble continued to advertise on Al Jazeera America after receiving thousands of emails from concerned consumers.  Proctor & Gamble stopped advertising the week after the banner was flown.

If you have not sent your email to AIG please click here.

We know AIG supports and promotes Islamic sharia law too…with American taxpayer dollars.

 

North Dakota: Three Muslims charged with terrorizing soccer players, chased with knife, hammers, shears

A fourth was sent to juvenile detention. via Three men charged with terrorizing. h/t ninjapundit

Three Mandan brothers are in custody at Burleigh County Detention Center after they allegedly chased and threatened three other men following a soccer game Friday night.

Ali Mutleq, 25; Omar Mutleq, 20; and Abedalfattah Mutleq, 18, appeared in South Central District Court Monday on one charge each of Class C felony terrorizing.

According to Bismarck Police Sgt. Mark Buschena, all six men, plus an unnamed 16-year-old boy, were playing a soccer game at Cottonwood Park, 2800 S, 12th St., when one of the brothers allegedly got upset at a foul.

The witnesses — a 25-year-old Bismarck man, a 39-year-old Bismarck man and a 29-year-old Mandan man — told police that the three brothers, and the juvenile, chased after them with a knife, a set of shears and hammers.

Police located the Mutleq brothers, and the juvenile, in a vehicle matching the witnesses’ description. Police arrested the three men and took them to Burleigh County Detention Center. The teen was taken to the Youth Correctional Center in Mandan.

Judge David Reich set bond for each man at $5,000 cash at their Monday hearing.

In Dearborn, we saw a similar terror act where a Muslim killed a soccer referee.

Venice pool tries to integrate Muslims…by banning men

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via Venice pool bans men to integrate Muslims – The Local. h/t Europe News

A sports club in Mestre, a suburb of Venice, is banning men from the pool and offering women-only sessions only as part of an experiment to integrate the Muslim community.

For the next three Sundays, the pool at Polisportiva Bissuola di Mestre will be open only to women and their children between 9am and 10.30am, the Veneto edition of Corriere reported on Thursday.

The move, launched in coordination with the Italian Union of Sports for All (Usip), is “an opportunity to promote integration and raise awareness of women from different backgrounds,” Ugo Di Mauro, the president of the Bissuola sports club, was quoted as saying in Corriere. Their faith prevents many muslim women from using mixed swimming pools.

Their hate faith needs to integrate…rather than discriminate.

If successful, the initiative will be extended, Di Mauro added.

He was inspired to follow in the footsteps of a Turin sports club, which adopted the initiative and saw a 50 percent increase in the number of women using the pool.

“There was real integration, and it was an important opportunity to pave the way towards opening up links and expanding knowledge; we hope the same thing happens here.”

Can anyone explain how banning men from a public pool so Muslim women can swim alone is “real integration”?

More than 1.5 million Muslims live in Italy, according to figures from the Pew Research Centre, making them Italy’s second-largest religious group.

It’s happening across the U.S. too, wherever Muslim populations grow.

Missouri: Brotherhood-founded MSA introduces sharia, women-only swimming at UMKC

Creeping along at universities across the U.S. and Canada. The latest victim, the University of Missiouri at Kansas City (a known Hamas hotspot). The Muslim Brotherhood-founded Muslim Students Association states that the sharia swim event was years in the making.via Ladies-only swim night at Swinney!!. h/t Anon

Salam Ladies. It’s time for a dip in the Swinney Rec Pool- customized for the Muslim Modest woman. Female guards and all included! Come and enjoy yourself ♥ .

Make sure to wear CLEAN clothes. Also, do not wear any cotton type clothing.

Add Missouri to the list:

Buffalo: NCAA wrestling rules don’t apply to bearded Muslim wrestler

via Muslim wrestler goes to the mat for his religious beliefs – City & Region – The Buffalo News. h/t Islamist Watch

Muhamed McBryde has loved wrestling ever since he can remember, but when he had to choose between shaving his beard and competing for the University at Buffalo, the decision was easy.

McBryde sat on the sidelines.

The pre-med student believes shaving the beard would compromise his faith. He is Muslim.

Even though NCAA rules clearly state that all competing wrestlers must be cleanshaven, the 17-year-old junior said he never considered getting rid of his facial hair.

“My religion says you’re supposed to keep a beard,” said McBryde of Buffalo.

His refusal to shave, though, cost him nearly a full season of competition.

McBryde, who was home-schooled and graduated from community college, joined the university wrestling team last summer as a walk-on. He said he missed probably 20 dual matches after head coach John Stutzman informed him last December that he could not compete in tournaments because of the beard.

Stutzman gave McBryde the option of continuing with the team, and he decided to stay. Stutzman was out of town and unavailable to comment for this story, according to UB assistant athletic director for communications Jonathan E. Fuller.

McBryde and his father, Mustafa – with assistance from a national Muslim civil rights group – pressed the university to request a rules waiver from the NCAA.

Their persistence paid off in April, when the NCAA Wrestling Rules Committee granted a waiver, allowing McBryde to compete with a beard during the 2014-15 season, as long as he wears a face mask and chin strap to cover it. The university will have to make an additional request for a waiver for any other seasons in which McBryde competes.

“We were just looking for reasonable accommodations for a practicing Muslim,” said Mustafa McBryde, a former high school and collegiate wrestler. “A lot of Muslims, we just bend to these sorts of things, primarily because we’re not aware of our rights.”

 

FIFA submits again, authorises Muslim head covers during games

via AFP: FIFA authorises wearing of veils, turbans during matches.

Football’s world governing body FIFA on Saturday officially authorised the wearing of head covers for religious purposes during matches.

“It was decided that female players can cover their heads to play,” said FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke at a meeting of the International Football Association Board (IFAB), the sport’s lawmakers, in Zurich.

That will allow female Muslim players who wear a veil in everyday life to cover their heads during matches, and Valcke added that male players will also be authorised to do so following a request from the Sikh community of Canada.

“It was decided that male players can play with head cover too,” he said, although they will not be the same as those worn day to day.

“It will be a basic head cover and the colour should be the same as the team jersey.”

The wearing of head covers had been banned until 2012, with FIFA saying that they posed too great a risk of injury to the head or neck.

However, the IFAB then allowed for them to be tested out over a two-year period following a request from the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), a trial which proved to be successful.

“It’s a worldwide authorisation,” said Valcke, who confirmed that the hosting of the 2016 women’s under-17 World Cup by the Arab kingdom of Jordan played a part in the authorisation being introduced.

“It was a plus for them to have authorisation from the IFAB for women to be able to play (wearing head covers). It was a request from these (muslim) countries that said it would help support women’s football there.”

However, it seems that not all countries will be supporting the IFAB’s decision.

The French Football Federation (FFF) reacted to the announcement by saying they would continue to ban the wearing of head covers out of respect to France’s status as a secular country.

In a statement sent to AFP on Saturday, the FFF said they will maintain “the prohibition of the wearing of all religious or confessional symbols”.

This is due to the “constitutional and legislative principles of secularism that prevail in our country and figure in its statutes.”

We’ve posted on this saga for some time, here. And what appears to have happened as that Jordan threatened/bought/silenced any dissent, as previously reported:

The panel, known as IFAB, asked in March for further medical advice on whether new designs were safe for women players to wear. Headscarves were banned from FIFA competitions for safety reasons in 2007.

Last month, D’Hooghe said his committee’s tests suggested scarves “represented a danger” to players who could sustain head and neck injuries, or overheat.

That drew an angry response from his FIFA executive committee colleague, Prince Ali of Jordan, who has led a year-long campaign seeking respect for Islamic cultural tradition, and creating more opportunities for women to play, by overturning the ban.

Prince Ali said he was “quite shocked,” and produced medical research which challenged FIFA’s position.

On Friday, D’Hooghe said he would no longer object to the designs after “more discussions” in recent weeks.

“There is no risk of strangulation. I was asked for a medical opinion, and the discussions I had were purely medical,” said the Belgian doctor, who did not elaborate on what swayed his opinion.

D’Hooghe told The Associated Press: “The problems I had (with scarves) were medical, and I don’t have those problems anymore.”

Check his bank account for payments from Jordanian officials or maybe NSA can check phone records to see how many death threats came from the same.

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