Texas sharia court judge supports amputations for punishment (VIDEO)

We’ve highlighted the sharia courts in Texas for several years, most recently in Islamic Sharia Tribunal (Court) Confirmed in Texas. But ever emboldened by Hussein Obama, they are now speaking publicly about severing hands and death penalties.

More via Shoebat.com: VIDEO EVIDENCE: ‘Moderate’ Muslim Who Sits on Islamic Tribunal in Dallas Supports Muslim Brotherhood Terrorists…

In a video uploaded to YouTube last April (posted below and in Arabic), a Muslim who has been featured recently in a Dallas Morning News article in his capacity as a moderate Muslim judge, appears to be anything but moderate. In the video, that judge – Taher el-Badawi – makes it clear who he supports – Muslim Brotherhood extremists and terrorists throughout the Middle East. He even referred to fundamentalist scholars at a prominent Egyptian university as not being fundamentalist enough.

El-Badawi is clearly a Muslim fundamentalist in Dallas who is portraying himself as a moderate. Continue reading

Texas: Muslim arrested for bomb threats…on North Austin mosque

via Man arrested following business, mosque bomb threats. h/t Atlas

AUSTIN — A man in his 50s is accused of making bomb threats at a Muslim business and the community center where he was staying Tuesday, according to a Travis County arrest affidavit.

According to the Austin Police Department, 54-year-old Azzam Ahmed Baytie made two bomb threats at a North Austin Muslim Community Center and a Middle Eastern-style food truck near the Arab Cowboy Cafe and Hookah Lounge. The community center is in North Austin, and the cafe is located in West Campus.

Staff at the community center called Austin-Travis County EMS just after 7 a.m. Tuesday. They said the man had some kind of medical issue, possibly psychiatric problems.

According to the arrest affidavit, police found Baytie rolling around the ground in front the community center. Baytie told medics he had taken five Ambilify to harm himself, a drug that treats schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and depression.

On the way to the hospital, police said the man told EMS workers he put bombs at the two locations. Investigators did not find explosive devices at either location.

Officers evacuated about 50 students from the apartment complex behind the cafe in West Campus.

Baytie is charged with terroristic threat, a third-degree felony.

Baytie was previously found guilty of making a terroristic threat and criminal trespassing after a 2008 incident at the same mosque at the North Austin Muslim Community Center. Baytie reportedly told police he had a bomb in his backpack. Authorities scanned the backpack with an X-ray machine and found electronic parts inside, prompting them to destroy the backpack as a precaution.

More, with another misleading media headline, Man charged in bomb threat targeting Muslim community center

Police say Baytie initially told them there was a van at the International Food Market at 10901 North Lamar Blvd. that was going to blow up.

“Baytie then changed the location to the mosque located on North Lamar (which is the North Austin Muslim Community Center) stating it was chloride, ammonia, and C4 in a white, Ford F-150 van at the mosque,” documents say. “He stated the police needed to clear the area all the way to the Texaco station, which is located at 11331 North Lamar Blvd.”

Police say Baytie “committed the offense of terroristic threat and placed the North Austin Muslim Community Center in grave danger by reporting this bomb threat.”

The drive by media and the hate crime hustlers are silent on yet another Muslim crime.

San Antonio: Feds disclose secret deal with Somali Muslim terror supporter, immigration fraudster

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via Feds disclose secret deal with Somali terrorist supporter – San Antonio Express-News. h/t RRW

A Somali man was sentenced in a San Antonio courtroom Thursday to 15 years in federal prison for lying to get into the U.S., as well as a never-before-disclosed admission that he had helped a terrorist group.

Abdinassir Mohamud Ibrahim, 43, previously admitted that he lied his way into the country or left out damaging details — such as his relationship to two people who made international headlines because of their reported ties to terrorist groups.

But the FBI, Border Patrol, acting U.S. Attorney Richard Durbin and a national security official disclosed Thursday that Ibrahim secretly also pleaded guilty in July to sending e-mails in support of al-Shabab and providing money to a friend affiliated with that terrorist group. The charges were made public at his sentencing Thursday, but officials made no mention of his cooperation that led to them keeping the details secret for more than six months.

The affidavit said Ayrow was the former leader of al-Shabab and was killed in a U.S. airstrike in 2008. Aweys was affiliated with al-Shabab and al-Ittihad al-Islami, which the U.S. has placed on a list of specially designated global terrorist groups.

Ibrahim was granted refugee status in the U.S. and resettled in Emporia, Kansas, after coming through Hidalgo in May 2007. But the status was granted based on fraudulent information, the affidavit said.

He claimed he was of the minority Awer clan. He confirmed to FBI agents that he lied when he stated on his immigration forms that he fled Somalia in 1991 because militias killed his mother and that he never returned to Somalia after 1991.

The affidavit said Ibrahim also admitted to agents that he forged a close friendship with a man he knew only as “Hamza,” who joined al-Shabab around the time Ibrahim came to the U.S. Ibrahim sent $100 to Hamza through a U.S.-based hawala — an informal money broker — knowing Hamza was a member of al-Shabab, he acknowledged to agents.

Ibrahim, the affidavit said, knew that he was lying when he answered “no” on an immigration form asking him if he ever provided material assistance to any person or organization involved in sabotage, kidnapping, political assassination, hijacking or other form of terrorist activity.


Typical of late, sloppy reporting that leaves out what or who Ayrow and Awer might be.

A very tiny bit more information from the inJustice Dept website: Somali Citizen Sentenced to 15 Years in Federal Prison for Conspiring to Provide Material Support to Al-Shabaab

Ibrahim admitted that from about May 18, 2010, to about Jan. 31, 2014, he knowingly conspired to provide material support and resources, specifically sending emails enlisting support for al-Shabaab and making a cash payment to a known member of al-Shabaab for the benefit of the organization.  Ibrahim knew at the time that al-Shabaab was designated by the United States as a foreign terrorist organization.

Ibrahim also pleaded guilty to making a false statement in an immigration matter.  According to the information, Ibrahim knowingly lied in his application for naturalization as he had previously lied on his request for refugee status, falsely claiming that he was of a member of the minority Awer clan in Somalia and subject to persecution by the majority Hawiye clan.  However, Ibrahim was actually a member of the Hawiye clan and not subject to persecution.  Ibrahim also admitted he had lied on his naturalization application by having previously lied on his refugee application by falsely claiming that he had not provided material support to a terrorist group, when he had in fact provided material support in the form of cash to an al-Shabaab member.

Update from Refugee Resettlement Watch:

Ibrahim did not come in the usual resettlement process, he entered the country illegally by crossing the border in Texas and asked for and received ASYLUM.

 

Texas is a big state and it’s got very big Muslim problems. Check the rapidly growing archive of posts using the Category drop down at the upper right of the page.

Texas: Border Patrol Catches Middle Eastern Man Sneaking Across Border

via Border Patrol Agents Catch Middle Eastern Man Sneaking into Texas.

MCALLEN, Texas – Border Patrol agents arrested a Middle-Eastern man as he tried to sneak into Texas by illegally crossing the border. The man’s country of origin was not readily available.

The arrest took place earlier this week just south of the border city of Pharr, where an agent took into custody a man from a Middle Eastern country, a border patrol spokesman confirmed to Breitbart Texas. The man was then taken to the Weslaco station for processing and turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for expedited removal, a prepared statement from the agency revealed.

While not common, arrests of people from Middle Eastern and eastern countries have taken place along the Texas border.

Just last December, federal agents arrested Bekir Buluc, a Turkish man described by Pennsylvania’s Pocono Record as a criminal with a history of domestic violence. Despite having been deported numerous times, he keeps trying to get back into America to kidnap his children and raise them as Muslim.

As Breitbart Texas previously reported, last October Border Patrol agents arrested an East African man from Eritrea. The arrest came at around the time when the nation feared a possible Ebola outbreak which created a scare inside the processing station. At the end it was determined that the man posed no health risk.


Just a sampling of related posts on the Texas border:

Maybe they’re coming for the sharia courts now open in Texas.

Texas: FBI Bows Down to Terror-Linked CAIR, Withdraws from “Domestic Jihad & ISIS” Event

Undoubtedly, CAIR would have been highlighted as the most subversive Muslim front group operating in the United States by the former FBI speaker CAIR fears so much. via CAIR: FBI Withdraws from Texas Event /PRNewswire-USNewswire

WASHINGTON, Jan. 31, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today welcomed the withdrawal of an FBI representative from a February event in Texas that was initially sponsored by the anti-Muslim hate group ACT! for America and featured notorious anti-Muslim conspiracy theorist John Guandolo, who claims the CIA director is a secret Muslim agent.

CAIR said the February 13 event, called “Domestic Jihad & ISIS” and hosted by St. Mary’s University’s Center for Terrorism Law in San Antonio, originally featured a keynote address by a representative of the FBI academy in Quantico, Va., along with a presentation by Guandolo on “Understanding Shariah & Jihad.”

Original Brochure: Domestic Jihad & ISIS
http://www.cair.com/images/pdf/CTL_Seminar_Brochure.pdf

Last Wednesday, CAIR called on the FBI to withdraw from the event because of Guandolo’s appearance and the sponsorship by an anti-Muslim hate group.


CAIR has been designated a terrorist group by none other than the Muslim United Arab Emirates (UAE).

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The FBI banned its agents from working with CAIR due to its Hamas terror links.

A growing number of CAIR officials have been convicted and or deported for their terror-related crimes. Just this week another CAIR-linked, convicted terrorist was deported from America.

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CAIR officials have stated they wish to see an America ruled by sharia law, yet the FBI is bowing out of a seminar on domestic jihad because CAIR complained? Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.

After anti-Islamization protest, Dallas County commissioners open meeting with Muslim prayer

Spitting in the faces of the Texans, to kiss the asses of Muslims. Secularism is out. Islam is in. It’s the new state religion. To be protected at all costs. Even in the Islamic Crescent & Lone Star state.

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins (left), Commissioner John Wiley Price (center), of District 3, and Commissioner Dr. Elba Garcia (right), of District 4, listen to a speaker during the Dallas County Commissioners Court in the county administration building in Dallas Tuesday August 5, 2014. (Andy Jacobsohn/The Dallas Morning News)

Dhimmitude. via Dallas County commissioners open meeting with Muslim prayer after incidents in Fort Worth and the Capitol | Dallas Morning News.

The Dallas County Commissioners Court opened its meeting Tuesday with a Muslim prayer to show support for Muslims who were treated hostilely in recent days during events in North Texas and at the state Capitol.

The short invocation was led by two Muslim leaders who experienced that hostility. They read three short verses from the Quran and asked god to “send your blessing on the city of Dallas, our beloved state of Texas and the great country of the United States that we all call home.”

They spoke at the invitation of County Judge Clay Jenkins, who said he wanted to show the Muslim community that it is appreciated.

Appreciated by whom? For what? Jenkins – apparently speaking for himself only – should be specific and offer more than false platitudes.

“It just made me angry and sad that there are people in this community that mistreat people based on their religious faith,” Jenkins said after the prayer.

One speaker, Imam Moujahed Bakhach, received backlash on social media after leading a prayer at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo on Jan. 25. Bakhach was scheduled to return to the stock show on Monday, but said he cancelled the second prayer after reaching a “mutual agreement” with organizers.

“This is a business, and I don’t want [anyone] to lose business because of me,” he said.

The second speaker was Tarik Jaffery, vice president of the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, known as CAIR. CAIR hosted a rally outside the Capitol last week that was interrupted by self-identified Christians who shouted “We don’t want you here!” and “Go home.”

The rally was part of Texas Muslim Capitol Day. It’s an annual event, but this year’s made news because of online remarks made by state Rep. Molly White, R-Belton. White wrote on Facebook that she put an Israeli flag on her reception desk for the day and told her staff “to ask representatives from the Muslim community to renounce Islamic terrorist groups and publicly announce allegiance to America and our laws.”

Jaffery called the incidents in Austin and Fort Worth “offensive.” He said appreciated the county’s response.

“We are an important part of this [community’s] fabric,” he said.

 Important how? Not in a positive way that anyone can tell but certainly more troublesome and attempting to impose Islam on everyone else.

Citizens protest terror front group CAIR’s ‘Muslim Capital Day’ in Texas

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Clearly, as indicated by the symbolic event poster, the Muslim group CAIR – named a terrorist organization by at least one Muslim country – has long-term plans for Texas.  More photos via #‎tmcd2015‬. h/t Dee

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Another group promoting the event was the Islamic Association of North Texas. Reader’s will be familiar with IANT from previous Creeping Sharia posts including:

One Texas lawmaker seemed to be aware of both group’s efforts to Islamize Texas and the U.S. She probably recalls last year’s event during which a Hamas-CAIR leader stated: ‘We [Muslims] are above the law of the land’. The Texas rep. left a Facebook message for CAIR and their entourage:

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Commenters took her to task for leaving an Israeli flag. Will she fold under pressure from an overwhelmingly pro-Muslim, terrorist-defending media who join with terror-named groups like CAIR to push the Islamophobia meme?

If you haven’t noticed, Texas has an extremely large and growing Muslim problem (240 posts here). A future battleground no doubt. One brave Texan isn’t having any part of sharia or Islam, h/t Pat Dollard:

Last year’s event: Speaker at CAIR’s Muslim Capitol Day: “Islam is the solution” for Texas (video)


**UPDATE on February 1, 2015 at 10:56am EST by Ben Barrack**

The day after Texas State Rep. Molly White made national news, she was confronted by a local news team in her district. Unfortunately, White appeared to back down a bit, saying that her message was ‘taken out of context’. Instead of giving the reporter an education on who was really behind the rally in front of the Capitol (CAIR), White seemed to want the controversy to go away:

 

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