Army chaplains to remove ‘conquer’ from 102-year-old motto after hiring an imam

An imam who, like others, falsely equated the motto with the Crusades, because defending civilizations against Muslim jihadists is just plain offensive. via Army chaplains to remove ‘conquer’ from 102-year-old motto because it is offensive to Muslims | DailyTelegraph h/t Islamist Watch

THE Australian Army is removing the motto “In this sign conquer” from the 102-year-old hat badges of army chaplains because it is offensive to Muslims.

The move comes after an imam approved by the Grand Mufti was appointed to join the ­Religious Advisory Committee to the Services in June.

Australian Army chaplains have had the motto on their hat badges since 1913.

A Defence spokeswoman last night denied the motto was being changed because it was associated with the Crusades, when Christian armies fought Muslims in the Holy Land during the Middle Ages.

“The motto of the Australian Army Chaplains is being changed to better reflect the diversity of religion throughout the Australian Army,” she said.

“The new wording on the Australian Army Chaplaincy badge is under consideration and no decision has been made at this time.”

Former army major Bernard Gaynor, whose commission was terminated last year due to his outspoken views, said: “This is political correctness destroying our military heritage.”

Mr Gaynor, who is standing as the Australian Liberty Alliance senate candidate for Queensland, said political correctness in the military was highlighted by the appointment of an imam.

“The government must stop the political correctness. It must dismiss the Defence Imam for his views. And it must put Australia first,” he said.

Military historian Professor Peter Stanley from UNSW Canberra said: “The motto was acceptable 100 years ago but today has crusader connotations.”

Despite the perceived crusader links, he said the motto actually comes from Emperor Constantine’s vision before he won the battle of Milviian Bridge in 312AD and converted to Christianity: “Jewish chaplains already have a separate badge with a Star of David, so Muslim chaplains would not be expected to wear the current badge. They would have one with a crescent.”

The army imam, Sheik Mohamadu Nawas Saleem, has previously called for sharia law to be introduced into Australia. He signed a petition supporting radical Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir, which has argued in favour of honour killings and said Muslim students should not be forced to honour Anzac Day.

Sheik Saleem works about 40 days a year for the Army and is paid $717 for each one: almost $30,000 a year.

Islam eradicates cultures and history.



Ohio: Muslim Arrested for Soliciting the Murder of U.S. Military Members


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 He worked at the Arkon City Hospital. via Ohio Man Arrested for Soliciting the Murder of Members of the U.S. Military | OPA | Department of Justice

An Akron, Ohio, man was arrested today on federal charges that he solicited the murder of members of the U.S. military.

Terrence J. McNeil, 25, appeared in U.S. District Court in the Northern District of Ohio after being charged with one count of solicitation of a crime of violence.

“According to the allegations in the complaint, Terrence McNeil solicited the murder of members of our military by disseminating ISIL’s violent rhetoric, circulating detailed U.S. military personnel information, and explicitly calling for the killing of American service members in their homes and communities,” said Assistant Attorney General Carlin.  “ISIL and its followers continue to use social media in an attempt to incite violence around the world, including in the United States.  The National Security Division’s highest priority is counterterrorism and we will use all of our tools to disrupt threats and acts of violence against our military members and their families.”

“As this nation honors our veterans, we must make clear that we will not tolerate threats of violence against our service members,” said U.S. Attorney Dettelbach.  “This defendant is charged with urging harm to our men and women in uniform and will now answer for those threats.”

“While we aggressively defend First Amendment rights, the individual arrested went far beyond free speech by reposting names and addresses of 100 U.S. service members, all with the intent to have them killed,” said Special Agent in Charge Anthony.  “We will remain vigilant in our efforts to stop those who wish to support these despicable acts.”

According to an affidavit filed in the case:

McNeil professed his support on social media on numerous occasions for the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL), a designated foreign terrorist organization.

On or about Sept. 24, 2015, using a Tumblr account, McNeil reblogged a file with the banner “Islamic State Hacking Division,” followed by “Target: United States Military” and “Leak: Addresses of 100 U.S. Military Personnel.”

The file type is a .gif file, which allows multiple still images to be looped in one file, with a timed delay between each image.  The text of the first file reads “O Brothers in America, know that the jihad against the crusaders is not limited to the lands of the Khilafah, it is a world-wide jihad and their war is not just a war against the Islamic State, it is a war against Islam…Know that it is wajib (translated to “necessary”) for you to kill these kuffar! and now we have made it easy for you by giving you addresses, all you need to do is take the final step, so what are you waiting for? Kill them in their own lands, behead them in their own homes, stab them to death as they walk their streets thinking that they are safe…”

The file then loops several dozen photographs, purportedly of U.S. military personnel, along with their respective name, address and military branch.

The final image looped is a picture of a handgun and a knife with text that reads “…and kill them wherever you find them…”

McNeil Complaint

Just last week, 4 Muslims Arrested in Ohio for Supporting Jihad.

Huffpo and other traitorous rags would have you believe he was arrested merely for posting a gif image on social media. The fifth column runs deep. Here’s a few of the social media posts found online:

Attachment B in the criminal complaint suggests weapon, ammo and tactical gear were seized, among other things.

Colorado, Kansas and South Carolina targeted to house Gitmo terrorists

And when they are freed, they will be freed in your backyards. via Pentagon to release Guantanamo detainee relocation plan, as Obama pressed ahead with closure

The Pentagon is expected to release a plan next week on President Obama’s years-long effort to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center that suggests a Colorado prison dubbed “the Alcatraz of the Rockies” as one suitable site to relocate expected life-long detainees, Obama administration officials say.

However, critics of the promise, including many Republicans, fear transferring detainees to the U.S. mainland as part of an overall closure plan poses too much of a homeland security risk. They also say the president has yet to submit a closure plan and have been critical of the administration recently allowing some known terrorists to return to the Middle East.

The Florence, Colo., prison is among seven U.S. facilities in Colorado, Kansas and South Carolina being considered.

The Pentagon plan represents a last-gasp effort by the administration to convince staunch opponents in Congress that dangerous detainees who can’t be transferred safely to other countries should be housed in a U.S.-based prison.

 The United States opened the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks to get suspected terrorists off the battlefield.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said this week that the administration is trying “very hard” to transfer 53 more detainees, among the 112 remaining, before the end of the year.

The rest are either facing trial by military commission or the government has determined that they are too dangerous to release but are not facing charges.

Any decision to select a U.S. facility would require congressional approval — something U.S. lawmakers say is unlikely. However, Earnest also suggested that Obama has not ruled out the possibility of using an executive order to close the facility.

A Pentagon assessment team reviewed the sites in recent months and detailed their advantages and disadvantages. They include locations, costs for renovations and construction, the ability to house troops and hold military commission hearings, and health care facilities.

Colorado’s Centennial Correctional Facility has advantages that could outweigh its disadvantages, according to officials. But no details were available and no conclusions have been reached. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to discuss the matter publicly.

To approve a transfer, Defense Secretary Ash Carter must conclude that the detainees will not return to terrorism or the battlefield upon release and that there is a host country willing to take them and guarantee they will secure them.

The facilities reviewed by the assessment team were

  • the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks and Midwest Joint Regional Corrections Facility at Leavenworth, Kansas;
  • the Consolidated Naval Brig, Charleston, South Carolina;
  • the Federal Correctional Complex, which includes the medium, maximum and supermax facilities in Florence, Colorado; and
  • the Colorado State Penitentiary II in Canon City, Colorado, also known as the Centennial Correctional Facility.

Colorado Republican Sen. Cory Gardner made clear this week that he opposes any move to relocate detainees to his state.

“I will not sit idly by while the president uses political promises to imperil the people of Colorado by moving enemy combatants from Cuba, Guantanamo Bay, to my state of Colorado,” he said at a Capitol Hill news conference.

He also expressed concerns about the potential impact of such a move on the state’s judicial system and concerns about detainees potentially have to transported from the rural facility to downtown Denver to the federal courthouse for a hearing.

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Six years after Fort Hood attack, killer justifies jihad, victim awaits benefits

Fort Hood Shootings

Soldier of Allah

The U.S. can give millions to girls in Pakistan and billions to Muslims in Syria – including jihadists. But can’t pay a military vet his benefits? Source: Fort Hood victim still waiting for injuries to be called ‘combat-related,’ despite Army pledge

Six years after the Fort Hood massacre killed 13 and injured more than 30 others, at least one of the survivors says he is still fighting to have his gunshot wounds officially classified as “combat-related injuries,” despite a pledge from the Army secretary to provide all possible benefits to the families.

“I hope that this can be fixed. I mean it isn’t even necessarily about the benefits anymore, it’s just, getting this fixed so I can put this behind me,” Shawn Manning told Fox News.

Manning was a staff sergeant when he was shot six times by then Army psychiatrist Nidal Hasan on Nov. 5, 2009. Two bullets remain lodged in his back and leg. Yet he’s still seeking the “combat-related” classification for his injuries from a military physical evaluation board.

“I think part of the pushback is there’s still people that are reluctant to label the shooting as a terrorist attack,” Manning added. “Both within the Department of the Army, Defense Department and the government itself.”

In April, the victims and survivors were awarded the Purple Heart during a moving ceremony at Fort Hood, after congressional legislation expanded the Purple Heart’s criteria to include victims of attacks motivated or inspired by a foreign terrorist organization. As part of its ongoing investigation of the massacre, Fox News found that Manning and other survivors were still being denied combat-related benefits.

Then-Army Secretary John McHugh said at the time: “After making the determination that the victims of the Fort Hood attack are now eligible for the Purple Heart, it seems only right and fair that these Soldiers also receive the benefits it traditionally entails. That’s why I directed an expedited process to make certain that happens.”

Manning has received combat-related special compensation under the Purple Heart medal which amounts to $700 a month and a lump sum for back pay. According to an email provided by Manning, his case is on hold, because a physical evaluation board said it could not reach the same conclusion about his gunshot wounds, affecting long-term medical benefits and his retirement.

“Currently we are waiting on final guidance from Department of the Army that would inform us as to whether his conditions can be determined to meet combat-related criteria,” the Sept. 18 email read. Continue reading

Colorado: Burqa-clad Statue of Liberty t-shirt pulled from Fort Carson kiosk

The shirt sums up what the U.S. military and most U.S. law enforcement has been trying to prevent for the last fourteen years. via T-shirt with burqa-clad Statue of Liberty pulled from mall kiosk h/t Islamist Watch

A T-shirt featuring the Statue of Liberty clad in a black burqa, torch raised in front of a crescent moon, with the words “Don’t let this happen America” was pulled from the shelves of a kiosk located in the mall area of the Fort Carson, Colorado, post exchange Monday after a complaint was lodged with exchange officials.

The shirt, which went on sale Sunday, violated exchange rules regarding the sale of “religious or political material,” Army and Air Force Exchange Service spokesman Chris Ward said. A customer notified an exchange manager Monday, and the item was removed hours later.

The customer was a client of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, an advocacy group that claims 43,000 clients who are or were service members, including 224 at Fort Carson, according to group founder and president Mikey Weinstein. Weinstein has demanded an apology from all involved as well as an Army Inspector General investigation into the matter.

“This is one of the worst things I’ve ever seen,” said Weinstein, an Air Force Academy graduate who founded the group in 2005. “This makes us [the military] look like crusaders. … This is not a small matter, this is a horrendous matter.”

No plans for an investigation or for punishment of the vendor, Merica Apparel, are in the works, Ward said, only to “remove [the shirt] and let them know we’re not going to let that happen again. … Maybe it’s more of an educational opportunity for the vendor.”

The vendor apologized for its role in the incident via a Wednesday afternoon statement provided by Ward to Army Times.

“As soon as it was brought to our attention that a member of the Fort Carson Military Community had an issue with the shirt, it was pulled from our shelves,” according to the statement. “We did not mean to offend anybody with our T-shirt’s [sic]. We would like to apologize to anyone that may have been offended, along with AAFES for bringing discredit [to] their organization as well. We realize that being a Military Community, there are people from all over the world with different cultural backgrounds living and working on Fort Carson.”

Did the atheist version of CAIR, MRFF, act on behalf of a Muslim in this case? Who else would oppose it?

We’ve been documenting for several years that Islam and sharia are steadily creeping in Colorado. In fact, Thousands of soldiers at Fort Carson (CO) get Islamic cultural lessons.


Canada: Maclean’s puts Muslim terrorist who killed American on cover of mag

Source: Cover preview: Canada’s unlikeliest friendship  h/t Dom

Rinelle Harper was left for dead on a Winnipeg riverbank, beaten and sexually assaulted. Omar Khadr was imprisoned in Guantanamo, captured in 2002 by American forces in Afghanistan and charged with war crimes. Amanda Lindhout was kidnapped by Somali criminals, and held hostage for 460 days.

The three Canadians have little in common, beyond the recognition of their names from the news. But they have each suffered immensely—more than most of us can understand.

The breakdown by Ezra Levant at Rebel Media, Maclean’s “grotesque” Omar Khadr cover is “propaganda”:

She became a symbol for racist violence against Aboriginal women — though her alleged attacker was himself Aboriginal.

That girl on the right is Amanda Lindhout. She was a waitress who decided she wanted to be a war reporter in Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia; she was kidnapped by Muslim terrorists and tortured and raped repeatedly.

So you’ve got two innocent women who were brutalized by violence and would never hurt a fly.

And then you’ve got Omar Khadr standing behind them, with a huge grin on his face.

Omar Khadr is a confessed, convicted Al Qaida terrorist. He plead guilty to five charges of war crimes. He murdered Sgt. Christopher Speer, leaving Tabitha Speer a widow, and their two children, Taryn and Tanner, fatherless.

Omar Khadr has never renounced Al Qaida or said that he regrets what he did.

Here’s how Maclean’s describes him, though:

“Omar Khadr was imprisoned in Guantanamo, captured in 2002 by American forces in Afghanistan and charged with war crimes.”

So, no mention of the murder he confessed to or his conviction for war crimes.

Would Maclean’s magazine put a smiling, chatty Paul Bernardo on their cover, and say, “he’s suffered so deeply in prison — all because he was charged with crimes.”

Both are pathological murderers. Why the celebrity treatment?

This isn’t journalism.

This is propaganda.

SIGN OUR PETITION demanding that the government!


Oklahoma: Hamas front group will have float in Tulsa’s Veterans Day Parade

Terror-linked Muslim group CAIR that fought for sharia law in Oklahoma will now have a float in a parade honoring veterans whom they despise. Stealth jihad – or as the Muslim Brotherhood calls it “civilization jihad” – at its finest. WhosFundingCAIRc

via Tulsa’s Veterans Day Parade participant calls Muslim group’s involvement ‘atrocious’ – Tulsa World: Religion

The Oklahoma Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations has a float, and a member of conservative organization Tulsa 912 Project said it is “atrocious” to ask veterans to “march alongside people who represent our enemies in a current war.”

For the first time, Oklahoma Muslims will have a float in the Veterans Day Parade in downtown Tulsa on Nov. 11, and not all parade participants are happy about it.

“It’s something we have been wanting to do for years,” said Adam Soltani, executive director of the Oklahoma Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, based in Oklahoma City.

Soltani said the float is sponsored by CAIR-Oklahoma but will “represent the Oklahoma Muslim community, which is a very diverse community of people from all walks of life, immigrants, indigenous people.”

“We support all veterans, and we support our country, so I don’t see why anyone should have any concerns about CAIR being involved,” he said.

“We are an American Muslim organization, and American Muslims support their government, support their country and definitely support our troops who are working to defend our constitutional rights and our freedoms,” he continued.

Soltani said many U.S. Muslims have served in the armed forces and that two veterans are on the CAIR-Oklahoma board.

Larry Williamson, a member of the Tulsa 912 Project, a conservative organization, said it is “atrocious” to ask veterans to “march alongside people who represent our enemies in a current war.”

“I believe all American entrants who the parade is intended to honor should be made aware as soon as possible that they are being asked to share their honor with the Muslim Brotherhood, sworn enemy of the United States and our ally Israel and an enemy in our current war on the Islamic jihad in which American soldiers are fighting and dying,” he said in a letter to the Tulsa World.

Williamson said he has been told that his Tulsa 912 Project float is scheduled to be in line next to the CAIR float in the parade.

“I’m not a spokesman for Tulsa 912, but I won’t march alongside the Muslim Brotherhood,” he said.

Asked why he uses the term Muslim Brotherhood instead of CAIR, Williamson said the FBI has identified CAIR as an arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in America. CAIR has consistently stated that it has no connections with any terrorist groups.

Patsy Varnell, vice president of the Tulsa Veterans Day Parade Association, confirmed that CAIR-Oklahoma’s application to be in the parade has been accepted.

“The parade is nonreligious,” she said.

“We feel that we are exercising the rights established by the Constitution of freedom of speech, and this group has the right to participate. We do not want any problems, but we have to be fair to everybody,” Varnell said.

Ronda Vuillemont-Smith, president and founder of the Tulsa 912 Project, said the group is not asking that CAIR be removed from the parade but that parade organizers “be honest and open and let people know that they are in.”

“My concern is that the parade committee was trying to keep this information out of the public eye,” she said.

For the lazy, Federal judge confirms CAIR is Hamas.

WASHINGTON – A federal judge has determined that the Justice Department provided “ample evidence” to designate the most prominent Muslim group in America as an unindicted terrorist co-conspirator.

According to a federal court ruling unsealed Friday, the Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations has been involved in “a conspiracy to support Hamas,” a federally designated terrorist group that has murdered at least 17 Americans and injured more than 100 U.S. citizens.

The 20-page order, signed by U.S. District Judge Jorge A. Solis, cites “ample evidence” that CAIR participated in a “criminal conspiracy” led by the Holy Land Foundation, Hamas’s main fundraising arm in the U.S. As a result, the judge refused CAIR’s request to strike its name from documents listing it as an unindicted co-conspirator in the case.

“The four pieces of evidence the government relies on do create at least a prima facie case as to CAIR’s involvement in a conspiracy to support Hamas,” Solis wrote in his July 2009 ruling.

If that’s not enough, read the links on the toolbar under the heading HAMAS-CAIR.

It was also in Oklahoma where a Muslim beheaded an American!!


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