As Muslims in Algeria took Americans hostage and killed them, Muslims in the U.S. could care less and will be busy celebrating one of their own, Barack Hussein Obama. On their website they superimposed a minaret over the White House for the big event. It’s over an American flag in the Facebook flyer.
The event is sponsored by unindicted co-conspirators to the largest terror financing conviction in U.S. history, Muslim Brotherhood-linked CAIR and ISNA, to name a few. Former Nation of Islam brother and now Muslim Congressman Keith Hakim X. Ellison and Sheila Jackson Lee are honorary co-chairs.
We’ve been hearing Muslims say for years that the black flag of jihad will be flown over the White House too.
We also have a DC imam entrusted by the Obama administration on video stating he envisions an Islamic North America by 2050.
According to this Muslim inaugural group, 20% of DC is already Muslim:
Muslim Democratic Caucus of DC
The Muslim Democratic Caucus of the District of Columbia was formed in 2008, during the historic election of President Barack Obama. As an organization, it represents the estimated 20% of DC residents who are Muslim or live in a household with a Muslim. During the 2012 elections, the Muslim Democratic Caucus endorsed winning Democratic candidates, raised funds and recruited dozens of volunteers for its endorsed candidates, and mobilized hundreds of votes from our community. According to Islamic tenants, Muslims participating in democratic elections are obligated to vote as a bloc based upon a consensus of the Muslim community.
Another Muslim inaugural event on Monday boasts a who’s who of terror-linked, terror and sharia supporting, Muslim Brotherhood connected Muslims and their cohorts in government. There’s pictures of past events too, including this one from the 2009 event:
Update: The White House has no problem participating with those who plan to implement sharia in the U.S.:
Gala Update: We’re pleased to announce the White House has confirmed its participation in Sunday’s Gala. posted yesterday at 8:58am facebook
Just how did less than 1% of the U.S. population get so much influence?
This isn’t the first time the rapper, born Wasalu Muhammad Jaco, has been vocal about his dislike for the president.