Video: ‘Muslims for Trump’ Prayer & Speech at RNC

Tarar knew his audience and only invoked Islam one time.

Unfortunately, he did quote his prophet Mohammed – who was a murderer, a rapist, and would be, today, considered a terrorist, pedophile and child rapist in most non-Muslim countries.

The longer quote from the hadiths, with Tarar’s in red font below:

On the authority of Abu ‘Abdullah al-Nu’man bin Bashir (ra) who said: I heard the Messenger of Allah(sas) say:

“The halal is clear and the haram is clear, and between them are matters unclear that are unknown to most people. Whoever is wary of these unclear matters has absolved his religion and honor. And whoever indulges in them has indulged in the haram. It is like a shepherd who herds his sheep too close to preserved sanctuary, and they will eventually graze in it. Every king has a sanctuary, and the sanctuary of Allah is what He has made haram. There lies within the body a piece of flesh. If it is sound, the whole body is sound; and if it is corrupted, the whole body is corrupted. Verily this piece is the heart.”

[Bukhari & Muslim]

Presumably,  the “leader” and “forefathers” Tarar referenced after quoting the hadith were the founding fathers of the U.S. and the United States Constitution, not Mohammed, the Koran and other doctrines of sharia. Right?

Now, which terror-linked, jihad-espousing Muslim and Muslim groups will the Democrats roll out at the DNC this year?

Syrian “Refugees” Taken in by Extremist Groups in Canada and US

Source: Syrian “Refugees” Taken in by Extremist Groups in Canada? | TSEC Network

Newly arrived Syrian refugees are already being embraced by extremist groups in Canada. The Government of Canada appears to be doing little to nothing to steer such individuals away from extremist groups or guide them towards the path of integration.

The Muslim Association of Canada, which claims on its own website to be followers of Hassan al Banna and the Muslim Brotherhood, is already involved. The Muslim Brotherhood, founded in Egypt in 1928, is an Islamist group that believes their form of Islam should dominate all Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Their aim is a global caliphate that will dominate all others.

Note the following from a fund raising website:

The Muslim Association of Canada, a partner is (sic) Save A Family From Syria is sponsoring Syrian Refugees to settle in Toronto. The more money we raise, the more refugees we can sponsor. Please give generously. 100% of all the money we receive goes to the families.[1]

Not only is the Muslim Association of Canada involved, it is the Masjid Toronto that is specifically identified.  This is made clear in the following:

The First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto has partnered with the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) and specifically their Masjid Toronto to work together to bring families to Toronto and settle them into a new life here in Canada.

A long time leader at the mosque, Dr El-tantawy Attia was asked about teachings at the Dundas Street mosque in Toronto. His views were:

Here, we follow the teachings of the Muslim Brotherhood.”[2]

Al Jazeera, a Qatar based newspaper with open Muslim Brotherhood leanings did a “fluff” piece on the role of the Muslim Association of Canada and their sponsorship of refugee families.[3] It highlighted the fundraising as well as noting that it was the MAC drew up a shortlist of sponsorship candidates.

In Vancouver, Syrian refugees are being met by the Muslim Association of Canada. Rather ironically, after the arrival of the Syrian refugees, the MAC in Vancouver ran an event on “Islam vs. Terrorism: Debunking ISIS and al Qaida.” The speaker was Dr. Jamal Badawi.[4] Dr. Badawi was identified by the Muslim Brotherhood of North America has being on its board of directors (Shura Council). He was also identified in the 1991 General Memorandum as being a key figure in the future of the Muslim Brotherhood movement in North America.[5]

Who Did the Selection?

The number of Syrians arriving in Canada who are from refugee camps is apparently around 10%. Although Canadians thought they were ‘rescuing’ refugees, it turns out that about 90% of them were already living in homes or apartments.[6]

The question then arises: Who did the selection and made up the list of names of those to be interviewed for travel to Canada? This is not clear from either the Government of Canada or the UN. It is worth noting, however, that the head of the Political Bureau of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood is Hassan Hachimi. Mr. Hachimi, a Toronto based architect,[7] left Canada to become the head of the political bureau of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood[8], according to a statement by the Muslim Brotherhood.[9] Here in Canada, he was on the board of directors of the Muslim Association of Canada[10] and also on the board of directors for the Muslim World League (Canada).[11]

Reader Dee sent us this recently too, the The Muslim Brotherhood-founded Muslim Student Association (MSA) and a at least one mosque have been welcoming Syrian Muslims in the US.


Remember the MSA Pledge of Allegiance?


Ohio: Hotel Clerk Saw Something, Said Something, Got Fired, May Be Arrested (Updated)

… for Reporting Suspicious Muslim Who Refused to Leave Hotel

Source: Hotel Clerk in Trouble After Calling 911 on Muslim Man Asking Odd Questions About Room Near RNC | PJ Media

Three weeks before the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, a Muslim man in traditional attire asked multiple questions about booking a hotel for a month and refused to leave the hotel despite learning that it was booked for the time he wanted. A hotel clerk, disturbed by his actions, asked her family to call 911. The police responded immediately, because the clerk’s sister said the man had mentioned the Islamic State (ISIS).

The clerk was fired in less than a week, and now the police may charge her, thus setting a dangerous precedent that if you point out a potential threat, you yourself will land in jail. This is not to say that the man himself was a threat, but the circumstances were suspicious and the hotel clerk has arguably been mistreated in this case, with a chilling effect on the idea that “if you see something, say something.”

The Lorain County Prosecutor’s Office in Avon, Ohio, will determine whether charges will be filed against the former hotel clerk who told her family members to call 911 to report that a Muslim man was acting suspiciously in the lobby, local news reported. The call was made last Wednesday. As of Tuesday morning, the clerk was no longer employed by Fairfield Inn & Suites at Colorado Avenue.

Here is a video of the clerk explaining her call to the police.

Here is a brief portion of the call:

Clerk: He wanted somewhere in Avon or Elyria. He wanted a month’s stay. He was leaving July 13 to the 14 around there and I tried to help him as much as possible. Everywhere said they are booked and couldn’t help him, I told him. And then he wanted to sit in our lobby. He didn’t want to leave.Officer: So you said you guys were booked?

Clerk: I said we’re booked. Everywhere he called is booked too. It’s summer. People are traveling. He had two phones. He was searching the Internet on one phone, making calls on a disposible phone. That’s really all I know. It just freaks me out because of everything going on.

Officer: He didn’t say anything else?

Clerk: No, it’s just…

Officer: Because the call we got is that someone said he was pledging his allegiance to ISIS.

Clerk: No, no, no, no, he…

Officer: Who would have said that? Who made the call?

Clerk: I told my sister–it’s my sister–her name is [redacted], she called. I said he’s dressed in a weird outfit, he has a disposable phone. I said I don’t know what to do because of everything going on…going on with ISIS. I said call the police, because we couldn’t because he kept coming up here.

While the police ordered their fellow officers to stand down, the Muslim man had already been placed in handcuffs. Identified as Ahmed Al Menhali of the United Arab Emirates, the man collapsed while in custody and was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

Police apologized to Al Menhali after the incident. “No one from the police department (wanted) to disrespect you,” Police Chief Richard Bosley said. “It is a very regrettable circumstance that occurred for you. You should not have been put in that situation like you were.”

“There were some false accusations made against you,” said the mayor, Bryan Jensen. He then explained that a county prosecutor could take further action, such as asking a grand jury to consider criminal charges against the former clerk.

“This is the process we follow in such situations,” Jansen added. “The police investigate. The prosecutor considers everything the police have collected and decides whether to pursue charges with a grand jury.”

“If you see something, say something is great,” Bosley said. “But it has to be based on facts, not assumptions. What someone reports to the police has a dramatic impact on how police respond. You can put onlookers and our own officers in unnceseccary danger if you report untrue information.”

The clerk was frazzled, and she may have unfairly profiled the man. She should probably have waited for more evidence. But if a hotel clerk can end up in jail for reporting what she thinks is suspicious behavior, how can we stop future attacks?

Multiple people had contacted the FBI to warn them about Omar Mateen before the tragic attack on the Pulse nightclub in Orlando last month. An old friend of his, who attended the same mosque and learned that Mateen was listening to sermons of the terrorist Anwar Al-Awlaki, called the FBI to warn them. Mateen was a known quantity to the FBI, but they never prosecuted him.

Worse, neighbors of the San Bernardino shooter, Syed Rizwan Farook, told ABC that they noticed “suspicious activity” at his home before the shooting, but did not report it — for fear of being labeled racist.

One neighbor recalled police being called to the Farook household, “maybe for a domestic violence dispute.” Another, Aaron Elswick, a neighbor of Farook’s mother, said another neighbor told him “they had I guess been receiving packages — quite a few packages within a short amount of time, and they were actually doing a lot of work out in the garage.”

“She was kind of suspicious and wanted to report it,” Elswick recalled, “but she said she didn’t want to profile.”

If this hotel clerk not only gets fired but ends up in jail for reporting suspicious behavior, how many more people will be dissuaded from saying something when they see something?

The Republican National Convention will take place between July 18 and July 21 in nearby Cleveland, Ohio. If the man was truly engaged in suspicious behavior this close to the Republican convention, it would make sense to have heightened scrutiny surrounding him. In this case, the 911 call seems misplaced, but if this woman faces trial, it may chill those who observe true threats and discourage them from reporting suspicious activity.

Update: Compare and contrast with the story above. A reader sent this in. In December, 2015: Three hobo’s asked Toledo Muslim Community Center to use restroom, Muslims report & police detain them

Toledo police say that three people who were knocking on the door of the Toledo Muslim Community Center today were people seen earlier in the area asking for money near the I-475 highway who needed to use the center’s restroom.

Sylvania Township Police detained the three at the corner of Springmill Drive and Corey Road, shortly after Toledo police were called to the scene, Lieutenant Heffernan said. Those three were questioned and released without being arrested, he said.

The center was on lockdown during a sweep by police. No one was injured.

Law enforcement officers question a woman and two men after Muslims report them

Law enforcement officers question a woman and two men after Muslims report them

Post-script: Recall that in Idaho, Obama’s henchwoman threatened to prosecute those who exposed the rape of a 5-year old by Muslim refugees. And Obama’s BLM godmother Loretta Lynch(mob) threatened to arrest Americans who spoke out against sharia law and Islam. Then there was Obama’s U.S. attorney in Tennessee who threatened to arrest citizens who spoke out against a terror-linked mosque and Islam. Do you see a trend?

Ohio: Muslim pleads guilty to jihad plot on U.S. military official, local police station

Munir Abdulkader

Munir Abdulkader (Butler County Jail)

Source: Suspect pleads guilty to ISIS-supported plot targeting US military, police | Fox News

The government says an Ohio man has pleaded guilty to plotting attacks against a U.S. military official and a local police station.

Documents unsealed Thursday say Munir Abdulkader of West Chester in southwestern Ohio was arrested in May 2015 and pleaded guilty in March.

Charging documents say Abdulkader pleaded guilty to attempting to kill officers and employees of the United States, material support of a foreign terrorist organization and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a violent crime.

Sentencing was set for October. A message was left with Abdulkader’s attorney seeking comment on the guilty plea.

Investigators say Abdulkader communicated with a member of the Islamic State and plotted to abduct and kill a military employee and attack a police station that was not identified.

From the DOJ presser:  Defendant was Directed to Launch Attacks by Deceased ISIL Recruiter Junaid Hussain

According to the statement of facts admitted by Adbulkader as part of his guilty plea, beginning in at least July 2014 and continuing into 2015, Abdulkader expressed his support for ISIL on Twitter.  From approximately March 2015 to mid-April 2015, Abdulkader began speaking with a confidential human source (CHS) about his desire and intention to travel to Syria in order to join ISIL, and then began making plans and preparations to travel overseas.  He secured a passport, saved money for the trip and researched the necessary logistical details.  However, in approximately late April 2015, Abdulkader expressed concerns about his ability to travel and postponed his original departure date of approximately May 2, 2015.

In May 2015, Abdulkader was in communication with one or more individuals located overseas who he understood were members of ISIL.  One of the individuals was a member of ISIL identified as Junaid Hussein.  Through these communications, Hussein directed and encouraged Abdulkader to plan and execute a violent attack within the United States.  Abdulkader communicated with Hussein and the CHS about a plan to kill an identified military employee on account of his position with the U.S. government.  The plan included abducting the employee at the employee’s home and filming the execution.  After killing the employee, Abdulkader planned to perpetrate a violent attack on a police station in the Southern District of Ohio using firearms and Molotov cocktails.

In preparation for the attacks, Abdulkader asked the CHS to purchase a vest for holding ammunition.  On or about May 18, 2015, Abdulkader conducted surveillance on a police station in the Southern District of Ohio.  On or about May 20, 2015, Abdulkader went to a shooting range, learned how to operate certain firearms and practiced shooting the firearms.  Abdulkader also negotiated the purchase of a firearm, an AK-47 assault rifle.  On May 21, 2015, in a controlled purchase, Abdulkader bought the AK-47 assault rifle and was subsequently arrested.

Abdulkader was charged by complaint on May 22, 2015.  An information was filed against Abdulkader on March 2, 2016, and he pleaded guilty to the three charges in the information on March 24, 2016, before U.S. District Judge Michael R. Barrett of the Southern District of Ohio.

Attempted murder of government employees and officials carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.  Material support of a foreign terrorist organization carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.  Possession of a firearm in furtherance of an attempted crime of violence carries a mandatory sentence of five years in prison.

Curious timing – with the FBI, Loretta Lynch and Hillary Clinton all under fire – for the feds to release a fury of terrorism related charges.

Ohio: Jailed Muslim Terrorist and Wife Caught Plotting Judge’s Assassination

For reasons not mentioned, the wife has not been charged. Source: Terrorism Suspect Accused of Trying to Arrange Killing of Judge – NBC News

A man jailed in Ohio on terrorism-related charges tried to orchestrate the murder of the judge overseeing his case, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.

A Toledo grand jury indicted Yahya Farooq Mohammad, 37, on three charges relating to the intercepted plot to hire someone to kill U.S. District Judge Jack Zouhary, who is overseeing the terrorism case against him, prosecutors said.

Mohammad, of the United Arab Emirates, was one of four people arrested in 2015 and charged with plotting to travel to Yemen and provide thousands of dollars to former al Qaeda propagandist Anwar Al-Awlaki years earlier.

Mohammad allegedly told an inmate at the Lucas County Corrections Center in March that he wanted to hire someone to kill the judge, and that inmate went to the FBI, who got them in touch with an undercover FBI employee.

Mohammad offered $15,000 to the undercover employee to kill Zouhary, and he allegedly said, “The sooner would be good, you know.”

“According to the charges in the indictment, this defendant not only attempted to have a federal judge murdered, but he did so to obstruct justice in a terrorism case against him,” Barbara L. McQuade, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan, said in a statement.

“This prosecution seeks to hold the defendant accountable for attempting to victimize the judge and for trying to undermine our criminal justice system,” McQuade said.

Mohammad’s attorney, Tom Durkin, criticized the prosecutor’s comments as inappropriate and said he and his client will fight the charges.

“We intend to vigorously contest these highly orchestrated and preposterous charges in court, rather than in the media, as Ms. McQuade has so prejudicially chosen,” Durkin said.

“In doing so, we are quite confident that the public will soon come to learn that any undermining of our criminal justice system and the rule of law lies instead at the feet of the government and its informants,” he said.

Mohammad allegedly arranged for the money to be paid through his wife in Chicago, according to the indictment. She gave the undercover employee an envelope containing a $1,000 cash down payment in April, according to the indictment.

The undercover employee on May 16 showed the wife a photo of what was purported to be the judge’s dead body and informed her that “the photograph was the matter that he was to conduct for her husband,” the indictment reads.

She allegedly told the undercover agent that she would have to contact her husband and then would contact the undercover employee, according to the indictment. Mohammad’s wife was named only by her initials in the indictment. She has not been charged.

Mohammad was indicted Wednesday on charges of attempted first-degree murder of a federal officer, solicitation to commit a crime of violence and use of interstate commerce facilities in commission of murder for hire, the Justice Department said. The charges carry a maximum of 30 years in prison combined.

Another Muslim terrorist arrested with Mohammad was released on bond by a clueless judge last year.

Michael Tobin, spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, said Asif Salim and Yahya Mohammad, both residents of the United Arab Emirates, were arrested overseas and flown to Virginia. Ibrahim Mohammad was arrested in Texas.

Judge James Knepp, U.S. District magistrate, ordered that Mr. Salim surrender his passport and be released to the of his mother, Shakila Salim, and his wife of nearly 15 years, Mehreen Sultan. Ms. Sultan, a citizen of Pakistan, also surrendered her passport and the passports of the couple’s three children.


Ohio: Moroccan Immigrant Arrested for Attempted Murder After Shooting Sheriff’s Deputy w AK47

via: Muhammad from Morocco Faces Attempted Murder Charges After Shooting Sheriff’s Deputy (Gateway Pundit)

Mohammed Abdou Laghaoui (

Laghaoui is being held at the Warren County Jail on two counts of felonious assault, one count of attempted aggravated murder and one count of attempted murder after shooting a sheriff’s deputy.

ABC News reported:

A man accused in a shooting at an apartment complex that left a sheriff’s deputy and the suspect’s father wounded is facing preliminary charges that include attempted murder, authorities in southwest Ohio said Friday.

Mohammed Abdou Laghaoui, 19, was taken custody at about 4:30 a.m. after he returned to the complex in Deerfield Township, where the shooting took place, said Warren County Sheriff Larry Sims. The town is about 25 miles northeast of Cincinnati.

Laghaoui initially had fled the scene, leading to a seven-hour manhunt with helicopters and K-9 units.

Sims identified the injured officer as Deputy Katie Barnes, who had been on the job for seven-and-half years starting as a corrections officer.

Barnes was responding to a domestic situation at the apartment complex Thursday night when she was shot in the lower abdomen, Sims said at a news conference. She was treated and released from a hospital Friday morning.

Barnes is expected to recover, Sims said. The suspect’s father was shot in the hand. Sims did not know the latest on the man’s condition, but thought he may need surgery.

Sims said Laghaoui fired an assault rifle that has yet to be recovered. He’s being held at the Warren County Jail on preliminary charges of attempted murder, attempted aggravated murder and felonious assault. A court appearance was planned for Monday.

 More via Mohammed Abdou Laghaoui, accused of shooting Deputy Katie Barnes, kept low profile

Laghaoui threatened to kill his father and brother Thursday night at their apartment, his brother said in a 911 call. Laghaoui punched his father in the face and left. When he came back, he had an AK-47 assault rifle, the sheriff’s office said.

His father and brother wouldn’t let him in, so he shot through the door, striking his father in the hand. Then he fired several times at Deputy Katie Barnes, who had responded to the emergency call. One bullet struck her gun belt and grazed her lower abdomen.

Laghaoui fled and was arrested at the apartment when he returned about 4:30 a.m. Friday, according to the sheriff”s office. He told authorities he threw the gun in Landen Lake next to the apartment complex. Authorities were searching the lake Friday for the gun.

Muhammad Laghaoui lived in Morocco before he came to the US for junior high school.

15 Muslims Who Left the United States to Join ISIS

Source: NBC NewsThe Americans: 15 Who Left the United States to Join ISIS

American law enforcement officials estimate that roughly 250 Americans have tried to join IS. Most of them never left the United States, raising fears of more homegrown attacks like the one in December in San Bernardino, California. Assistant Attorney General John Carlin, the Justice Department’s top national security officer, told NBC News that his agency has open investigations in all 50 states.

But a few dozen of those American recruits have made the trip to ISIS’s heartland in Syria and Iraq.

In March, NBC News was given a thumb drive by a man claiming to be an ISIS defector. The drive contained the names and snippets of biographical information of more than 4,000 ISIS foreign fighters who entered Syria in 2013 and 2014. The documents, effectively ISIS personnel files, have been verified by West Point’s Combating Terrorism Center and other counterterrorism specialists.

Through the documents, NBC News has identified at least 15 American citizens or residents who have joined ISIS overseas. They fit no particular pattern. Some are from poor Muslim immigrant families. Others had what can be described as privileged backgrounds. Three have Somali backgrounds. One was a Latino convert to Islam. They lived in small towns and cities in New York, Texas, California and places in between.

[No particular pattern…except they are ALL MUSLIM]

Rasel Raihan

Rasel Raihan NBC News

Raihan enlisted with ISIS in July 2014 after traveling to Syria with his his older sister, Zakia Nasrin, and her husband, Jaffrey Khan. Raihan’s family is from Bangladesh; they moved to Ohio, in 2000, when he was about 5. He played fantasy computer games with friends, and earned excellent grades, and looked up to Nasrin, an academic over-achiever. But in 2013, between his junior and senior year in high school, Raihan fell into a deep depression, his friends told NBC News. He saw a psychiatrist but sought help from his sister, who’d become a devout Muslim. Raihan told friends he embraced Islam, too, and proclaimed himself cured.

When he turned 18, Raihan moved in with Nasrin and Khan, and together they moved from Ohio in May 2014. Two months later, according to the ISIS documents, he entered Syria at Tel Abyad with Khan. Raihan, who took the battle name Abu Abduallah al-Amriki, was killed in Syria, according to family and a senior U.S. intelligence source.

Zakia Nasrin

Zakia Nasrin NBC News

Nasrin doesn’t appear in the ISIS documents, but NBC News pieced together how she joined her younger brother, Rasel Raihan, and her husband, Jaffrey Khan, in Syria. Nasrin dreamed of becoming a doctor and graduated high school with a 4.0 average. Then she dropped out of sight, friends told NBC News.

It turned out that she’d moved to California to marry Khan, whom she’d met online, according to relatives. She became a devout Muslim, covering her face and staying away from other men, relatives said. The couple returned to Ohio, and she continued on to Ohio State. Then, in May 2014, she and her husband, along with her younger brother, left. In July, the two men entered Syria, according to the ISIS documents. Nasrin ended up working with Khan at a hospital in ISIS-controlled Raqqa, Khan’s father told NBC News. Now 24, she is the mother of a 10-month-old girl, relatives said.

Jaffrey Khan

Jaffrey Khan NBC News

Khan grew up in Northern California, a son of divorced Pakistani immigrants. From an early age, he struggled emotionally, attending several schools and often getting into trouble. A school acquaintance described Khan as “slightly disturbed.” He showed no interest in religion until making a sudden conversion, then became devout, a cousin said. He grew his beard and began researching conflicts in the Muslim world, growing “hateful” of America, the cousin said. And, according to relatives, he went online to find a wife and met Zakia Nasrin.

An acquaintance, fearing Khan was getting involved with jihadists, contacted the FBI, but what came of that tip is unclear. The couple also traveled to Kenya, prompting interest from the FBI, Nasrin’s younger brother, Rasel Raihan, would later tell a friend.

Months after Raihan moved in with the couple in Ohio, the three of them left the U.S. for Syria. The last their families heard, Khan, 24, and his wife were working in a hospital in ISIS-held Raqqa and had an infant daughter.

Alberto Renteria

Alberto Renteira is from Gilroy, California.

Renteria, who is of Mexican descent, grew up in Gilroy, California, where he attended two local high schools before getting a computer job in San Jose, his family told NBC News.

He was raised Catholic, but at some point, he stopped going to church and adopted Islam, relatives told NBC News. He began wearing robes on Fridays and attending services at the South Valley Islamic Center. The imam there said he was “very quiet” and never socialized. Then, two or three years ago, he stopped showing up. Continue reading


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