Iranian ex-Muslim: Halt Muslim Refugee Resettlement to US, Limit Legal Immigration from Muslim Countries

More people are speaking up. Will it be enough? Will future generations thank us or question how we let this happen to them?

Shahram Hadian, a former Muslim, says that Idaho’s refugee programs should be halted, and that legal immigration from Islamic countries be limited. He voices his message on the Nate Shelman show.

More via Anti-Islam Pastor Calls Refugee Program a National-Security Threat.

A pastor from Washington state who is best known for preaching against Islam, said Monday night that immigration from Muslim countries should “immediately be limited and heavily scrutinized,” and that refugee resettlement should be ended.

“This is a direct national-security threat,” Shahram Hadian told the crowd at the Canyon View Baptist Church. “You don’t think that ISIS is going to embed? It’s already happened with the Somalis.”

The refugee program that the College of Southern Idaho has run since 1984 became a lightning rod of controversy in the area in April, after news broke that Syrians would be among the 300 refugees expected to be resettled in Twin Falls this October.


None of the lay media bothered to include information on the “anti-Islam pastor” that is readily available online. For example, he’s on Youtube and his TIL Project, LLC – “Truth In Love” is on Facebook:

While in Idaho, Shahram received a lot of scrutiny in the media for saying in his presentations that the ideology of Islam is evil and demonic. He backed up this claim by opening and reading “evidence” directly from the Quran, the Sunna and The Reliance of the Traveler (Islamic law book), all credible Islamic sources. While a guest on the Nate Shelman radio show on KBOI in Boise, discussing Islamic refugee resettlement, Nate asked Shahram to explain his position.

At minute 18 Shahram answers the question, “Did you really say that Islam is demonic?”

Listen in to hear the answer.

The true agenda of Islamic immigration is being hidden from the local and state governments. Large groups of refugees are being dumped into 190+ targeted conservative communities without a proper vetting structure and without the sufficient notification or input from these communities. Shahram believes we need to LIMIT immigration (with greater scrutiny) from Muslim countries (particularly those who are known sponsors of terrorism). He also believes that the Refugee Resettlement Program must be halted in order to bring greater oversight and accountability to the broken refugee system. (Photo: Syrian refugees at a protest rally)

Want to know more about the Idaho refugee plans?
  • You can read a WND article on the Idaho refugee plans here
  • Listen to our Fortress of Faith broadcast discussing the Hidden Agenda of Islamic Immigration here
  • Listen to Shahram’s interview on the Kevin Miller KIDO radio show here

Most, if not all, will be Muslims and they will all be living off taxpayers – many of them until the day they die.

Authorities ignore US mosques at center of Muslim terror attacks

Video below. via Authorities ignore US mosques at center of Islamic terror attacks | New York Post.

Property records show the mosque attended by the terrorist who killed US soldiers at a base in Chattanooga, Tenn., is affiliated with the same Islamic group as the mosques patronized by the Boston marathon bombers and the 9/11 hijackers who attacked the Pentagon.

Yet federal investigators have dismissed any possibility that the Tennessee mosque was a source of radicalization or support for the terrorist, Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez.

The trustee of the Islamic Society of Greater Chattanooga, like the Boston and Virginia mosques attended by other terrorists, is the North American Islamic Trust.

In 2007, the Justice Department designated NAIT as an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorist financing case in America history, US v. Holy Land Land Foundation, which resulted in convictions and imprisonment of several US-based Hamas terrorist leaders. Current NAIT chairman Gaddoor Saidi also appears on the government’s co-conspirator list.

Court records detail money flowing through NAIT financial accounts to Hamas. In the same exhibits from the trial, the Justice Department lists NAIT and Saidi among “members of the US Muslim Brotherhood,” alongside NAIT’s parent the Islamic Society of North America — from which the Islamic Society of Greater Chattanooga derives its name.

While NAIT maintains its innocence, its repeated appeals to the government to expunge its name from the co-conspirators list have failed. A federal judge ruled there is “ample evidence” tying NAIT to Hamas and the Brotherhood.

The Muslim Brotherhood is a worldwide jihadist movement whose credo is “Jihad is our way, and death for the glory of Allah is our greatest ambition.”

The ethnic-Palestinian Abdulazeez expressed similar ambitions in his Internet writings, in which he dreamed of fighting and dying in “jihad for the sake of Allah.”

In 2009, when Islamic Society leaders were raising money from Chattanooga Muslims for construction of their new mosque, they invoked the names of major Muslim Brotherhood figures — including the group’s spiritual leader Yusuf al-Qaradawi, who once issued a fatwa calling on Muslims to kill US soldiers in Iraq.

Qaradawi’s name shows up in a mosque PowerPoint presentation exhorting Muslim faithful to donate “in the cause of Allah.”

Abdulazeez and his family were longtime members of the Islamic Society, which forces women to pray separately from men and wear head coverings.

Contradicting recent claims they had “minimal interactions” with the 24-year-old jihadist, Facebook postings show mosque leaders once held a well-attended graduation celebration for him.

Friends say Abdulazeez regularly prayed at the Islamic Society in the months leading up to his attack on two US military sites.

The current mosque leadership is directly connected to NAIT.

The Islamic Society of Greater Chattanooga grew out of a small mosque founded by NAIT in 1997, the original deed reveals.

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Mosques and Massacres

“Western leaders need to start paying attention.”

via Mosques and Massacres – Crisis Magazine.

On June 26, Saif Rezgui walked on to a beach in Tunisia and opened fire on German, British, and Irish sunbathers in front of the Imperial Marhaba resort hotel, killing 39 and wounding dozens more. If various world leaders are to be believed, the massacre had nothing to do with Islam. In response to the attack which left thirty British citizens dead, Prime Minister David Cameron said the terrorism “is not in the name of Islam. Islam is a religion of peace.” A day later, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott assured the world that “what’s being done by Daesh [the Islamic State] has nothing to do with God, it has nothing to do with religion.”

There was one notable exception to the usual nothing-to-do-with-Islam mantra. Immediately after the attack, Tunisia’s prime minister, Habib Essid, ordered the closing of 80 mosques.

Of course, the leader of a 98 percent Muslim country can’t be expected to understand Islam nearly as well as the leaders of Britain and Australia. Nevertheless, Essid’s action provides food for thought. Mosques, after all, do have something to do with Islam. “Some mosques continue to spread their propaganda and their venom to promote terrorism,” Essid reportedly said. “No mosque that does not conform to the law will be tolerated.”

According to a Reuters report, Rezgui was “a dedicated student from a stable family who enjoyed partying and practiced break dancing.” Until, that is, “he appeared to have come into contact with extremist preachers about six months ago.”

Where do you meet extremist preachers? In extremist mosques, of course—the same sort of places attended by the two terrorists who two months previously had killed 21 foreign tourists at the Bardo Museum in Tunis. According to Reuters, “the two Bardo gunmen were also radicalized in their local mosques by hardliners.”

Another indication that the beach massacre might have had something to do with Islam is that Rezgui only targeted foreigners. As he pursued the tourists, he shouted to Tunisians to “get out of the way.” Might that have had something to do with the fact that the Tunisians were likely to be Muslims and the tourists were likely not? One other confirmation of the religious motivation for the attack came from the Islamic State. A spokesman for IS praised the attack as an operation against a “bordello”—a reference to the immodest dress of the beachgoers. Apparently, cartoons of Muhammad are not the only thing that hardline Muslims consider as provocation sufficient to warrant murder.

Not all mosques are centers of extremist radicalization. On the other hand, it’s likely that the average Westerner grossly underestimates the percentage of radical mosques. Fr. Samir Khalil Samir, an Egyptian Jesuit who is also an expert on Islam, writes:

In many Muslim countries … the mosques are monitored by the police on Friday. There is a simple reason for this: many political decisions start from the mosque during the Friday khutba [sermon]. Historians of Islam know that many riots and revolutions were launched from the mosques and that jihad is often proclaimed during the khutba.

Not coincidentally, many of the Arab Spring demonstrations in 2011 were set in motion from mosques following Friday prayers. And again, it’s probably no coincidence that Rezgui scheduled his massacre for a Friday during the holy month of Ramadan.

It’s tempting to think that the mosque-mayhem connection is something that’s peculiar to Arab societies, but four separate studies of American mosques revealed that about eighty percent of them provide extremist literature and occasionally feature extremist preachers. While this doesn’t mean that every American mosque is a hotbed of terrorism, it does suggest cause for concern. For example, two very prominent American mosques which have long been thought to be of the moderate mainstream kind are now known to be connected with numerous terrorists, some of them of the high-profile variety. Major Nidal Hasan, the Fort Hood jihadist, was mentored at the Dar Al-Hijra Mosque in Falls Church, Virginia. So were three of the 9/11 hijackers. And the person who was mentoring them was Anwar Al-Awlaki, who later became one of the chiefs of operations for Al-Qaeda in Yemen. Meanwhile, the Islamic Society of Boston has two mosques (one in Boston and one in Cambridge) which were attended by the Tsarnaev brothers and nearly a dozen other known terrorists, including the founder of Boston’s Islamic society, Abduraham Alamoudi, who is currently serving a twenty-three-year prison term for terror-related activities.

Christians assume that mosques, like churches, are simply places of prayer. Many of them are, but many mosques are also places of recruitment and radicalization—staging areas for jihad. Subsequent to the beach massacre, weapons caches were found in forty Tunisian mosques. As a popular Muslim poem puts it, “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets, and the faithful our soldiers.”

Not all Muslims think of mosques in this way, but as Prime Minister Essid understands, a not insignificant number do. He is not alone in this assessment. As Fr. Samir notes, Muslim governments have historically kept a close eye on mosque activities. Muslim leaders may give lip service to the notion that violence has nothing to do with Islam, but their actions tell a different story. Western leaders need to start paying attention.

Georgia: Muslims report man exercising Constitutional rights to FBI

First and second amendments have nothing on sharia blasphemy law. As noted earlier in, the Islamo-pandering FBI is encouraging reporting breaches of the sharia. You will be left defenseless. via Muslim Community To Rifle Man with Muslim Message: Come To Islamic Center To Learn | WJBF-TV.

Martinez, GA – The Muslim community is responding to negative messages displayed by a local man armed outside of the military recruitment center in Augusta.

With the recent conviction of a local man for wanting to join ISIS to another local man and his very public statements about radical Islam, people in Augusta’s Muslim community want to be treated fairly. The Imam for the Islamic Society of Augusta told News Channel 6 while many people point to radicals, that is not at all what the Islamic faith represents.

“Are we going back to the Wild West again?”

A question that should have been asked of Mohammad Daoudi is, “Are we adopting Islamic sharia blasphemy laws in America?” It sure seems that way.

That’s Mohammad Jamal Daoudi’s response to this man.

News Channel 6 told you about Jim Stachowiak first on Monday.  He has made a promise to stand on Wrightsboro Road, near Augusta Mall, armed with his rifle and what some perceive as a negative message toward Muslims to protect military recruitment centers in the local shopping mall.  This act comes after a man claiming he was Muslim killed Marines in Chattanooga, TN.

Does so-called journalist Renetta DuBose have any reason to doubt that Palestinian-born Mohammad Youssuf Saeed Al-Hajjaj – born to Muslim parents, whose Muslim friends say he attended mosque was not a Muslim? A close friend stated he QUOTED THIS FROM THE KORAN before the attack, via Reuters: Tennessee suspect texted friend link to Koranic verse before attack

“Whosoever shows enmity to a friend of Mine, then I have declared war against him.”

Does it get any more Muslim than quoting directly from the Holy Koran? And how ’bout that quote Ms. DuBose. Peaceful? Back to the article.

“He has a history of anti-Muslim slogans, bashing Muslims and Muslim faith and sometimes teasing the Muslim community by coming with his car [to the center] that already has a print against Islam,” he stated.

The Koran is full of anti-non-Muslim slogans and commands for Muslims. Should it be banned?

Mohammad Daoudi, the Imam for the Islamic center in Martinez, said they have reported Stachowiak to the FBI, putting him on watch.

“What you learn from the media is not correct,” he said.  “What you learn from the Internet is not correct because the media is one person’s opinion.  The Internet is an anonymous person who is providing the information. This is a real Islamic Center.  I’m the resource of the Islamic Center.  I’m the Imam.  Come and ask.”

Ask him if Muslims are permitted to lie to protect Islam.

The primary Quranic verse sanctioning deception with respect to non-Muslims states: “Let believers not take for friends and allies infidels instead of believers. Whoever does this shall have no relationship left with Allah – unless you but guard yourselves against them, taking precautions.” (Quran 3:28; see also 2:173; 2:185; 4:29; 22:78; 40:28.)

Al-Tabari’s (838-923 AD) Tafsir, or Quranic exegeses, is essentially a standard reference in the entire Muslim world. Regarding 3:28, he wrote: “If you [Muslims] are under their [infidels’] authority, fearing for yourselves, behave loyally to them, with your tongue, while harbouring inner animosity for them… Allah has forbidden believers from being friendly or on intimate terms with the infidels in place of believers – except when infidels are above them [in authority]. In such a scenario, let them act friendly towards them.”

Regarding 3:28, the Islamic scholar Ibn Kathir (1301-1373) wrote: “Whoever at any time or place fears their [infidels’] evil, may protect himself through outward show.”

As proof of this, he quotes Muhammad’s companions. Abu Darda said: “Let us smile to the face of some people while our hearts curse them.” Al-Hassan said: “Doing taqiyya is acceptable till the day of judgment [in perpetuity].”

So if you do go, take your Go-Pro and send us the video. We’ll post it for all to see. Here are Questions to Ask Every Muslim. Record it all.

Renetta DuBose went to the mosque and apparently failed to ask the imam – or publish her findings – about taqiyya or any other aspect of the Islamic ideology that is wreaking havoc not only in Georgia but worldwide. Why didn’t she ask him about wife beating, honor killings or marrying six-year old girls as Mohammad did? Why didn’t she ask him about Muhammad’s well-documented history of waging jihad, killing, rape and plunder? Is she not interested in Islam’s role in enslaving black Africans – that continues to this day? Is that not savage?

Maybe she’ll do a follow up piece on that one day soon. Ask her at facebook twitter mail.

 

South Carolina: As jihad threat in America skyrockets, FBI urges Muslims to report…Americans

…in Holy Islamville. via Lawmen address York County Muslims’ concerns | The State.

The FBI and the York County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday reassured residents and worshipers of Holy Islamville of their protections under the law, and discussed ways to bridge the gaps between the Muslim community and non-Muslims.

Much of the discussion dealt with concerns raised after the murders of nine parishioners at a historically black church in Charleston last month, allegedly at the hands of a white supremacist.

No discussions after a Muslim slaughtered four U.S. Marines and one sailor while attempting to kill dozens more.

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Sayeed Shakir, mayor of Islamville, said Tuesday’s discussion was part of a working relationship their community has with the FBI to help foster relationships and outreach with the larger York County community.

Special Agent Devon Mahoney explained that the FBI only gets involved in cases involving a violation of federal law. As an example, he cited the designation of the Charleston church shooting as a hate crime.

“That type of crime is an FBI crime,” he said. “If you’re out at the store or out in Rock Hill and someone assaults you because of your religion, that would be something the FBI would be concerned with, and we would get involved.”

Several people in attendance Tuesday said they’ve noticed instances of hostility toward Muslims increasing.

Hostility such as attacking multiple military installations? Such as plotting jihad on a Key West beach and beheading Christians in America? Or such as plotting jihad and sniper attacks in Miami? That’s just in the last month. And back in April a Muslim Teen Plotted to Kill American Soldiers, Jailed on Gun Charges.

“Recently now, it’s heightened,” one woman said. “It’s all the time now, we go out and about and somebody is going to either say something, give us the finger, yell something out the window or even corner you in Wal-Mart and give you that, ‘Yeah, just try it’ look.”

Detective Bob Hamilton of the York County Sheriff’s Office said they want people to report all incidents, even those that don’t seem major. Information such as tag numbers or descriptions of the person or vehicle can help investigators.

Will the York County Sheriff’s Office investigate Muslims too? Or just fake reports by Muslims? Just as Clinton and Obama want U.S. military members in the states to be defenseless, so to does the FBI want American citizens to be defenseless against the onslaught of Islam.

“That gives me an idea of who may be a problem later,” Hamilton said. “And if something does come up that is major, I go back in my file and see who was causing problems initially and then go out and talk with them.”

Mahoney said people who commit crimes usually go through a progression before their activity becomes criminal. That’s why, he said, it’s important to report even the small things.

“Someone just doesn’t wake up one morning and commit a crime,” he said. “Usually something happens and it gets worse and worse, and it builds up to them actually doing something bad. If you have a car that comes by once and we don’t know about it, then it comes by twice and we don’t know about it, then three times and we don’t know about it – if we knew about that first time, Bob and I can do some investigation and look at this person’s background. This is someone who maybe has a criminal history of violence.”

Taiste said the FBI and local law enforcement have enjoyed good relationships with the residents of Holy Islamville, and she hopes that relationship will serve as an example to other communities.

“We’re all still people, and we need to respect each other for our beliefs, our culture and yet learn,” she said. “We’re hoping to build this relationship with this community, as well as work with each other to broaden it and involve other communities.”

Jacqueline Shakir said people too often align all Muslims with the extremists seen in news reports who carry out violent acts – purportedly in the name of Islam.

Just as Muhammad did. All for Islam. Is Shakir willing to call Muhammad a liar?

“Other people who say they are Muslim, they’re just murdering things,” she said. “They look at us like it’s us. After today, doors are opened for us to hopefully resolve some of these issues.”

If the Muslims of Holy Islamville think that threatening Americans who look at them funny with FBI harassment and arrests, they clearly won’t win any friends. The reality is, they don’t want any. They want Islam and sharia. Just like Muhammad did.

 More on South Carolina:

South Carolina Muslim supports Islamic State

S. Carolina Mosque Leader Charged in Cigarette Smuggling Ring

South Carolina imam arrested on felony fraud charge

Indiana Grandma, Now an ISIS Supporter Living and Inciting Violence in Germany

 via Indiana Grandma Now ISIS Supporter ‘Jihad Kathie,’ Living and Inciting Violence in Germany | PJ Tatler.

by Patrick Poole

A 50-year-old grandmother from Indianapolis who was profiled by Fox News in 2010 is back in the news in Germany, where she now lives, for the open support she and her jihadist husband are showing for the Islamic State.

Kathie Smith, who four years ago pleaded that she was a patriotic American just exercising her free speech, has now dropped that pretense. She publicly praises ISIS, the Taliban, and senior Al-Qaeda operatives. Refugees now living in Germany from areas victimized by ISIS were disturbed last summer when Smith and her husband flew the ISIS flag outside their home in Saarbrücken.

Smith first appeared in the media in a December 2010 article by investigative reporter Jana Winter at Fox News after Smith posted a video which included pictures of her and her German husband holding weapons interspersed with pictures of German terrorists. Wrote Winter:

A 46-year-old, blue-eyed grandmother and U.S. citizen from Indiana is under investigation for her possible ties to suspected and convicted international terrorists, FoxNews.com has learned.

Muslim-convert Kathie Smith, 46, of Indianapolis, married a suspected German jihadist tied to the Islamic Jihad Union last year and has been flying back and forth between the U.S. and Germany as recently as two weeks ago.

A pro-jihadist video featuring Smith and her husband is being investigated by the Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center, a threat and counterterror intelligence analysis clearinghouse staffed by law enforcement officials from local and federal agencies, including the FBI and Department of Homeland Security.

“Certainly, it’s being looked at evaluated by Indiana State Police, which runs Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center, ” Indiana Department of Homeland Security spokeswoman Emily Norcross told FoxNews.com, adding that the video would be passed along to appropriate law enforcement for further investigation […]

In the nearly six-minute video, under investigation, the Indiana grandmother and her husband, known online as Salahudin Ibn Ja’far, 28, appear posing and hugging and holding weapons interspersed with photos of known and suspected terrorists and assorted jihadist propaganda, like an Awlaki sermon album cover.  There are photos of German Taliban Mujahideen and Daniel Martin Schneider, Eric Breininger and Houssain Al-Malla, members of the Saarland cell of Islamic Jihad Union charged with plotting failed terror attacks against U.S. targets in Germany, including Ramstein Air Force Base.

Predictably, “Jihad Kathie” denied any terrorist ties. She painted herself as an America-loving victim just exercising her First Amendment rights when questioned by the local media:

But she also exercised her First Amendment rights by pulling her incriminating YouTube video.

Her cause was picked up by Ryan J. Reilly at Talking Points Memo. He derided Winter’s article, claiming that Fox had “flubbed” the story.

But national terror experts interviewed by local media confirmed the Fox report, saying that “Jihad Kathie” had been on the terror radar for years. Reilly had buried this information halfway down his article. (Reilly, now the Justice reporter at the Huffington Post, made news last summer during the Ferguson riots when he infamously mistook foam earplugs for rubber bullets.)

Now, four-and-a-half years later, there’s no question where this Indiana grandmother’s loyalties lie. The taken name of her husband, Salahudin ibn Ja’far (his real name is Michel Al Rubai), came up in the investigation of 2010 Stockholm suicide bomber Taimour al-Abdaly and also in the 2011 killing of two U.S. Air Force personnel at the Frankfurt airport by Arid Uka. Terror researcher Aaron Weisburd has documented that Salahudin was connected with both Al-Abdaly and Uka. Salahudin also publicly praised Uka for killing the two U.S. airmen.

In May 2011, the jihadist couple was interviewed by Der Spiegel for a segment on Islamist networks in Germany which featured Weisburd’s research on their direct ties to a number of known terrorists. (The interview begins around the 2:00-minute mark): Continue reading

Florida: Appeals court unanimously affirms jury conviction of Miami terror imam

Your daily Florida jihad article, via Terrorism conviction of Miami imam upheld | Miami Herald.

A three-judge panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously affirmed the jury’s conviction of Hafiz Khan, 80, on four terrorism support-related charges in 2013. He was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Robert Scola, who called the evidence “overwhelmingly clear.”

The case against Khan, an imam at a Miami mosque before his 2011 arrest, was built on hundreds of FBI recordings of both telephone calls and Khan’s face-to-face conversations with an undercover informant. In the calls, Khan discussed details of numerous wire transfers to Pakistan over a three-year period that totaled about $50,000.

Khan also was overheard praising deadly attacks by the Taliban in both Pakistan and Afghanistan, including a 2009 bombing at a CIA base in Khost, Afghanistan. In another call, Khan was heard wishing for the deaths of 50,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan.

In his appeal, Khan’s lawyers claimed the judge erred three times at trial, including allowing a U.S. government translator to add certain words to translations of intercepted phone calls and permitting an FBI agent to testify as an expert witness. Khan also claimed Scola abused his discretion when he denied a trial continuance after an Internet connection supporting a live video feed of defense witnesses from Pakistan failed.

The Atlanta-based 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which noted that the 29-day trial in Miami was “challenging,” rejected the defense claims.


The “Santa” imam was sentenced to 25 years in prison for sending money to finance the Taliban.

 

 

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