Kansas City: Terror-linked Muslim group’s dishonest dawah billboard

The message is permitted in Islam under the concept of taqiyya – lying to protect the faith. The Quran contains at least 109 verses that call Muslims to war with nonbelievers for the sake of Islamic rule.

The story via: ‘Muslims condemn all violence’ billboard goes up on I-35 | fox4kc.com

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Drivers on I-35 at Cambridge Circle may notice a new billboard that’s part of a public awareness and outreach campaign to counter hate and fear.

The space was bought by the Islamic Circle of North America, Kansas City Chapter (ICNA-KC) and says: “MUSLIMS CONDEMN ALL VIOLENCE”.
It then invites people to call 1-800-662-ISLAM or http://www.gainpeace.com to learn more about Islam.

Imran Hassan, with the ICNA-KC, told FOX 4 in an email that Islam and Muslims stand against all violence be it the Orlando shooting, the San Bernardino shooting, the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood shooting, the Dallas shooting or the Charleston Church shooting.

We know that is a lie. One only need read the Koran and other Islamic texts, listen to Muslims call for death to gays and Jews and apostates, and watch what Muslims do.

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There is no place in Islam to take the life of any innocent person.

Key word “innocent.” Muslims believe that everyone is born a Muslim and those who leave are apostates and therefore not innocent.

The diversity of humanity into many races and ethnicities is a testament to God’s majesty and wisdom. Therefore, racial superiority and discrimination of any nature are prohibited in Islam.

Islam is not a race nor an ethnicity and this imam is quite careful not to claim that the religion of Islam does not discriminate. It clearly does, calling for the subjugation, conversion or death of all non-Muslims. Not to mention gender inequality.

The Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) said: ‘No Arab has any superiority over a non-Arab nor does a non-Arab have any superiority over an Arab. Nor does a white man have any superiority over a black man or the black man any superiority over a white man. You are all children of Adam and Adam was created from clay,’” said Hassan.

This phrase cannot be sourced and appears to be a fraudulent translation that can only be traced back to 1991. See below.

The billboard on I-35 and Cambridge Circle in Kansas City will be up for 4 weeks from Oct 31st.

The Kansas City chapter of Islamic Circle of North America is one of 25 chapters around the nation, with a mission to promote proper understanding of Islam and Muslims.


ICNA is a terror-linked Muslim organization that wants to spread sharia law in the U.S. One of their top leaders was convicted of war crimes, so we know the “proper understanding of Islam and Muslims” they want to preach.

From previous posts:

The founder of the Islamic billboards wrote about his feelings towards non-Muslims, Christmas and Jesus. via Director of Islamic dawah ads in his own words

…a Muslim can’t enjoin in any aspect of Christmas in the disguise that Jesus is our Prophet too

Indeed Islam came to tear down the pillars of kufr and replace them with the pillars of Islam.

 And that is exactly the purpose of the billboards.

As for Imran Hassan’s quote he attributes to Mohammad but provides no source, it appears to be a Fraudulent Translation of Muhammad’s ‘Last Sermon’ to Make It Egalitarian:

Islamists, in keeping with their insecure habit of finding Muslims at the root of every major innovation, including the airplane and golf, market the Last Sermon to the left as the world’s first Charter on Social Justice. Yet the version they most promote, without sources, effectively dates to 1991.

 

 

New CIA director: ‘Silence of Islamic leaders across US potentially complicit in terror attacks’

Source: Conservative Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo meets with Trump in midst of presidential transition | McClatchy DC

Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo has accepted Donald Trump’s offer as CIA director in his new administration, according to multiple reports.

Pompeo, a three-term Republican from Wichita, met this week with Trump, and given the lawmaker’s background on military and intelligence issues, it seemed likely that CIA director and Army secretary were two possibilities.

He’s a supporter of the National Security Agency’s controversial bulk data collection program and sought to restore the agency’s access to the data it had already collected under the Patriot Act from its inception through late last year.

He’s a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and Harvard Law School. He’s also a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

Pompeo, who grew up in the traditionally Republican enclave of Orange County, California, founded Thayer Aerospace, a company that made parts for commercial and military aircraft. After selling Thayer, he became president of Sentry International, a company that manufactures and sells equipment used in oil fields.

Pompeo has made some controversial statements about Muslims. Weeks after the Boston marathon bombing in 2013, in a speech on the House floor, he not only accused Islamic faith leaders of not doing enough to condemn terrorist attacks, but also suggested they might be encouraging them.

“When the most devastating terrorist attacks on America in the last 20 years come overwhelmingly from people of a single faith, and are performed in the name of that faith, a special obligation falls on those that are the leaders of that faith,” Pompeo said. “Instead of responding, silence has made these Islamic leaders across America potentially complicit in these acts and more importantly still, in those that may well follow.”



What’s controversial about that of McClatchy? And why did you include an incident wholly unrelated to Pompeo with a quote from a known terror-linked, terror-listed, FBI-banned Muslim group in this piece…about Pompeo? While ignoring dozens of Islam-related incidents in Kansas.

Old media – employing brainwashed millenials – simply cannot be trusted to report even the basics without obfuscation and injecting their institutionalized bias.

Question for reader’s: Does Pompeo really believe the core tenets of Islam and Mohammad did not include violence? If so, maybe Guandolo or Spencer can provide some historical clarification in the very near future.

Liberal, Kansas – A Growing Somali Muslim Enclave Known as “Little Somalia”

Another Muslim enclave in the U.S. See our growing list on the lower left sidebar.

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Soon to be the land of “allahs”?

Source: For many Somali refugees, the meat industry offers hope — then takes it away | The Washington Post

LIBERAL, Kansas — First a stream of newcomers started renting ramshackle homes by the train tracks, and then a two-room mosque opened on a nearby street corner, and then an African grocery store took the space of what had once been a used car lot.

And then, one day early last year, a bus pulled up to the Greyhound station and out came the latest arrival to the growing neighborhood known as “Little Somalia.” Mohamed Ahmed, 23, held one suitcase and clutched a plastic bag with migration documents — the evidence of a trek in which he’d fled warring Somalia as a young child, lost his father and spent years living with the remainder of his family under a United Nations tent in the Kenyan desert. His journey to America had been nearly two decades in the making, and now he was coming to its heartland — as were thousands of other Somali refugees — to take a grisly job that few others in his new country wanted to take.

When National Beef opened in Liberal 1970, the local newspaper said managers were already doing “extensive” recruiting, bringing in workers from 1,000 miles away. Some Vietnamese came first. Then came a flood of Hispanics, a change that turned Liberal’s Seward County into one of the most diverse tracts in the country. Taquerias and carnicerias opened in strip malls south of town. The local high school became majority-Hispanic. A second-generation Mexican-American won a spot on the previously all-white city commission.

On a single day in 2006, agents in flak jackets descended on six plants across the Midwest belonging to rival meatpacker Swift, sweeping up 1,300 workers. Less than two years later, in another raid on the country’s largest kosher meat slaughterhouse, in Iowa, it wasn’t just the workers that were arrested; it was the managers. “That scared the hell out of every HR director in the country,” said meat-industry expert Mark Grey, the director of the Iowa Center for Immigrant Leadership and Integration at the University of Northern Iowa.

After the 2006 raids, Swift began busing in Somalis and Burmese to one of their rural Texas plants from a nearby city, Amarillo. Other meat processing companies that hired Somalis offered them small bonuses for referrals. At some plants, refugees from Burma and Sudan also found jobs.

The company, in a statement, said that it did not track data on employees based on “country of origin,” but said that it welcomes “individuals of any nationality who are legally able to work in the United States.” Other meat towns that have attracted Somalis include Lexington, Neb.; Noel, Mo.; Garden City, Kan.; and Fort Morgan, Colo.

The shift has transformed not all of Liberal, but rather just a few neighborhood blocks that most days sat almost silent, other than workers coming and going. A few residents of Liberal felt scared that the “next beheading or terrorist attack will happen right here,” the mayor, Joe Denoyer, said in an interview. But mostly, they viewed the Somalis as a mystery, sealed off from everybody else.

The Somalis didn’t buy homes. They didn’t come to town meetings. They didn’t show up at restaurants. The community was seen en masse only on weekends, filing into a small mosque — “Mosque of Liberal,” was written in pencil at the entrance — where the imam was a 23-year-old, Yusuf Hussen. He also worked on the National Beef packaging line.

Ahmed knew one other friend who had a job lead, and on the 15th day of waiting, he decided to follow it. He packed his bags again and called his mom just before hitting the road. He told her his destination was Aberdeen, S.D., where another company was hiring.

“Don’t worry too much,” he told his mom.

The company was called DemKota Ranch Beef, a packing plant.


This was a very long, dull puff piece on Somali Muslim refugees by the Washington Post. They can’t seem to muster up similar resources to investigate the mosques that recruit these same Muslim refugees.

Thank the meat packing businesses – Swift, National Beef and Demkota Ranch Beef – who have been instrumental in Islamizing the United States. Six other Muslim refugee enclaves listed in the article:

 

 

Kansas: Iraqi grad school student falsified visa application, faked letters from Army generals

Well vetted! Source: Grad student in KU’s journalism program accused of falsifying visa application, faces felony charges | Lights & Sirens / LJWorld.com

In the batch of felony charges filed against a former University of Kansas graduate student in the journalism school, one especially stands out: He’s accused of lying.

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Goran Sabah Ghafour – visa fraud

Goran Sabah Ghafour, 34, faces two felony counts of aggravated identity theft and one felony count of visa fraud, according to a news release from Tom Beall, acting U.S. attorney in the District of Kansas.

As a part of an immigrant visa application for former Iraqi nationals, Ghafour falsely claimed that he worked as a translator for the U.S. Army in Iraq, the release said. Alongside those claims he submitted two letters — later determined to be fake — from a pair of Army brigadier generals.

The two generals neither wrote nor signed the letters, the release said.

Ghafour’s falsified application was submitted while he was working as a teaching assistant in KU’s journalism school, the release said.

Erinn Barcomb-Peterson, a spokeswoman for KU, said Ghafour graduated this May and is no longer a student at the university.

If found guilty of the three charges, Ghafour could face up to 12 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000, the release said.

Ghafour is next scheduled to appear in court for a status conference regarding the charges on Aug. 16.


Why not deportation? No word on his current whereabouts, but his webpage he Can start working in August 2016.

Some choice quotes from Ghafour in this glowing article:

The moment Goran Sabah Ghafour stepped off the plane in America, ideas were already filling his head. He immediately began to observe, interact and question people with the intent to write a book to try to break stereotypes between Middle Eastern and American people.

Ghafour, a graduate student from Kurdistan, Iraq, came to America to study international standards of media with plans of returning to Kurdistan after graduation to teach others what he learned.

The Kurdistan region really needs faculty, especially in the field of media,” Ghafour said. “Media in that part of Iraq is really kind of unprofessional.”


We wonder if lying about being a U.S. Army interpreter and faking letters and signatures from Army generals is really kind of…professional.

Like the Muslim who started a tv station in Buffalo, New York to dispel notions of Muslims being violent only to behead his wife in the very studio, it seems Ghafour has failed on both accounts listed above: breaking stereotypes and being professional.

He’ll fit in well at CNN, AP, Slate, Mother Jones, Reuters, BBC and a slew of other untrustworthy propaganda outlets who will undoubtedly give him a well-paying job.

Kansas: Man Pleads Guilty To Aiding Muslim Bomb Plot at Fort Riley

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Source: UPDATE: Kansas Man Pleads Guilty To Aiding Foiled Bomb Plot At Fort Riley | KMUW

A man accused of conspiring in a foiled plot to bomb a Kansas military base on behalf of the Islamic State group has pleaded guilty to conspiracy. Alexander E. Blair changed his plea to guilty on Monday in a Topeka federal court. Prosecutors say Blair helped 21-year-old John T. Booker in his plot to plant a 1,000-pound bomb at the Fort Riley military base to aid the Islamic State group. Blair admitted in court that he loaned Booker $100 to secure a storage space for the explosives and failed to inform law enforcement of the plot. Booker has already pleaded guilty in the case.

Booker, aka, Mohammed Abdullah Hassan.

Original Story

A court hearing was scheduled on Monday morning for a Topeka man accused of trying to help another man in a plot to bomb Fort Riley.

Today’s court hearing is for 29-year-old Alexander Blair, of Topeka. Prosecutors say he loaned 21-year-old John T. Booker $100 for storage space for explosives and failed to notify authorities. Booker is the man who intended to plant a 1,000-pound bomb at Fort Riley — and prosecutors think Blair knew about the plan and helped him.

John Booker already pleaded guilty and acknowledged the plot. Now, a federal judge will hear a change-of-plea request from Alexander Blair. Blair had pleaded not guilty to the charges earlier, but now, he’s changed his mind.

Court documents say Blair decided to change his plea because he believes the government has collected enough evidence to convict him of conspiracy.


Court document – Case No. 15 ‐ 40031 ‐ DDC.

Congressman catches Islamic Society of Wichita inviting Hamas-linked imam for Good Friday fundraiser

And forces them to cancel. Coincidentally, Muslims are building an Islamic enclave in Wichita.

Source: Islamic Society of Wichita cancels Hamas-linked speaker | Latest News – KWCH12

WICHITA, Kan. – Nearly 10,000 people in Wichita pray to Allah. The Muslim congregation invited Shiekh Monzer Taleb to speak at a fundraiser, but that decision quickly turned controversial.

“It was poor judgement, in my view, on the part of the Islamic Society of Wichita,” said Rep. Mike Pompeo. “I’m glad that they have now changed their minds.”

Congressman Pompeo, a member of the U.S. House Intelligence Committee says Sheikh Taleb pledged his allegiance to a terrorist organization. “Sheikh Taleb has been very clear personally in the things that he has said that he was a part of Hamas,” said Pompeo. “That the destruction of Israel is something that he would like to see happen and he has made no bones about it.”

We asked Hussam Madi, spokesman for the Islamic Society of Wichita, if he had any knowledge of Taleb being linked to Hamas. “We don’t have any knowledge of any connections as of such,” he said.

Madi canceled the event Friday afternoon. “We just took it in best consideration for the safety of our congregation and members,” said Madi. “As well as our next door neighbors, which is the church.”

Madi says they were worried about reports of planned protests outside the mosque by “heavily armed” individuals. “That’s fine, anybody can protest and it’s anybody’s right to say what they want to say,” said Madi. “But I think now we are infringed on to have our event and say what we want to say to our people and congregation on the same token.”

Read Pompeo’s entire statement http://1.usa.gov/1XRIiKY

But Pompeo says the Islamic Society of Wichita’s actions are inconsistent with its words. “We often have Islamic leaders who will say they’re against violence but their acts betray that,” said Pompeo. “They play footsie with, they hang out with, they’re affiliated with folks who are bad actors and that’s what this was.”

Madi says he wishes Congressman Pompeo would have called them directly to have the conversation instead of pushing it out through the media for his “political agenda.”

Eyewitness News called Sheikh Taleb to ask him questions about his background and ties to Hamas, but he has not returned our calls yet.


More on the Hamas speaker via Kansas Congressman Takes Stand Against Hamas Fundraiser

A Muslim Brotherhood-linked Mosque has cancelled its fundraiser with a known Hamas supporter, thanks to Congressional pressure.

Monzer Taleb was an unindicted Co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation Trial, identified by Federal prosecutors as a member of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestine Committee, a covert U.S. MB organization with a responsibility for supporting and financing Hamas. Taleb was identified in a captured Palestine Committee document as a member of organization.As a member of the Al Sakhra Band, Taleb helped to raise funds for Hamas at fundraisers thrown by the Holy Land Foundation (HLF) and the Islamic Association for Palestine. (IAP), two organizations created by the Palestine Committee to support Hamas, according to evidence provided by the federal government.

When not performing musical hits like, “I am from Hamas” (as documented by videotape entered into evidence as Elbarasse Search 32 Video-F) Taleb worked as an employee for InfoCom, a Texas-based computer company that was also convicted the federal government for material support for Hamas. InfoCom’s chief investor was Palestine Committee leader and now Deputy Chairman of Hamas Mousa Abu Marzook.

Monzer Taleb appears to remain active in the fundraising business, raising funds for Helping Hands for Relief and Development (HHRD), a charity accused of having close ties to a Pakistani organization known to have financed Hamas. Taleb is additionally listed as a member of HHRD-Jordan. Taleb also fundraises for the Islamic Association of North Texas (IANT), which runs Dallas Central Mosque, which was closely associated with the Holy Land Foundation, and has long been identified as having ties to Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood.

It’s somewhat surprising that ISW bowed to pressure, given its own MB ties.

Founding member of the ISW, Jihad Qaddour, was the long time treasurer of the Muslim American Society (MAS), a group described by federal prosecutors as the “overt arm” of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States. According to the Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch, Jihad Qaddour’s name also appears in a Muslim Brotherhood document, identified as Elbarasse Search-4, as a member of the group’s Shura Council.

Kansas: Muslim Pleads Guilty in Plot to Explode Car Bomb at Fort Riley

Aka, Mohammed Abdullah Hassan, although the DOJ and most media outlets conveniently omit that detail.

Booker told the FBI informant he “joined the United States Army” and “was going to go in there and kill the American soldier…”

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Source: Kansas Man Pleads Guilty in Plot to Explode Car Bomb at Fort Riley in Manhattan, Kansas | OPA | Department of Justice

John T. Booker Jr., 21, of Topeka, Kansas, pleaded guilty today to attempting to detonate a vehicle bomb on the Fort Riley military base in Manhattan, Kansas.

Booker pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Carlos Murguia of the District of Kansas to one count of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction and one count of attempted destruction of government property by fire or explosion.  Sentencing will be scheduled at a later date.  The parties have stipulated to a sentence of 30 years in federal prison.

In his guilty plea, Booker admitted he intended to kill American soldiers and to assist ISIL’s fight against the United States.  His plan called for constructing a bomb containing 1,000 pounds of ammonium nitrate.  Booker intended to trigger the bomb himself and die in the process, and filmed a video he intended Americans to see after his death.

“You sit in your homes and think this war is just over in Iraq,” he said in the video.  “Today we will bring the Islamic State straight to your doorstep.”

Unbeknownst to Booker, the bomb that he constructed was made with inert materials, and the two men working with him were undercover informants for the FBI.

The FBI began investigating Booker in March 2014 after he posted on his Facebook page that he wanted to commit jihad.  Booker admitted that he tried to enlist in the U.S. Army in order to commit an insider attack against American soldiers like the one at Fort Hood in Texas, but his deadly plans were thwarted when he was denied entry into the Army.  In October 2014, Booker began communicating with an undercover FBI informant.  He told the undercover FBI informant that he dreamed of being a fighter in the Middle East, and proposed capturing and killing an American soldier.

In March 2015, Booker was introduced to another FBI informant who he believed would help him plan an attack.  Booker said he wanted to detonate a suicide bomb because he couldn’t be captured, all the evidence would be destroyed, and he would be guaranteed to hit his target.  On March 10, 2015, Booker made a video filmed at Freedom Park near Marshall Army Airfield at Fort Riley in which he pledged allegiance to Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, the leader of ISIL.  That month, he rented a storage unit in Topeka where the bomb would be assembled.

On April 10, 2015, Booker and the informants drove to an area near Fort Riley that Booker believed to be a little-used utility gate where they could enter Fort Riley undetected.  He was arrested when he made the final connections on the device that he believed would arm the bomb.

 

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