Refugees, Immigration and the Agenda to Erase America (video)

Refugees and illegals. The cost that keeps on costing. refugee-welfare-costs

A PDF of the newly released monograph is here:

Kansas: Muslim stepmom of Garland terrorist won’t say attack was “right or wrong”

Hmm. That’s a tough one. If you are Muslim…or a member of the MSM. She’d rather question the First Amendment of the United States Constitution…in favor of the sharia. via Overland Park man is shocked at news of son’s involvement in Garland, Texas, assault | The Kansas City Star.

[Azam] Soofi’s wife, Nadia Azam, who later came to the door, spoke at a frustrated pitch, not at all excusing her stepson’s actions on Sunday, she said, but raising questions about the purpose of the cartoon contest.

“My question is,” she said, “what did they (the event organizers) get out of this? How was this event a productive thing for either now or in the future? How was this productive for the average U.S. citizen? Can you answer that one question? How does it make America a better place? This is what I want to know.”

Two dead jihadis make it a better place. Muslims and those who aid and abet them trying to enforce Islamic sharia blasphemy laws does not.

She said it was not for her to judge whether the event was designed as an expression of free speech or to incite.

“That’s for scholars to debate,” she said. “But when you beef up security so much, you know that what you’re doing is either illegal or immoral.”

“He didn’t have to do it,” she said of Nadir Soofi’s actions. “I’m not defending him. I’m not saying what he did was right or wrong. But how was this event productive? What did it accomplish?”

Why won’t she say it was wrong?

Obama admin may intervene in court ruling & side with Palestinian terrorists over Americans

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via White House mulling intervention in massive judgment against Palestinians in terror case

The Obama administration has signaled it may intervene next week in a civil lawsuit in which 11 American families won a potential billion-dollar judgment from the Palestinian leadership over a series of bombings and shootings that killed or wounded dozens of U.S. citizens, a move that critics say would find the government siding with terrorists over its own citizens.

The families won a $218.5 million judgment in February after a seven-week trial in Manhattan Federal Court in which a jury found the Palestine Liberation Organization and Palestinian Authority were responsible for a string of attacks from 2001 to 2004 that killed 33 and injured hundreds. A 1992 law that requires damages in such cases to be tripled, as well as interest on the award, would push it to as much as $1.1 billion. The judgment, which the Palestinians are appealing, would equal nearly a third of the Palestinian Authority’s annual operating budget.

Their budget is comprised primarily of tax dollars stolen from Americans.

Late last month, the Department of Justice, which had previously not been involved in the 11-year-old case, informed the court it was considering filing a “statement of interest” in the case by Aug. 10, but officials would not elaborate. A source said the Department of Justice was working with the State Department on the matter.

“As the filing states, the United States is considering whether to submit a Statement of Interest in the [Sokolow v. Palestine Liberation Organization] matter,” a DOJ spokeswoman told FoxNews.com. “Any filing would be made on behalf of the United States, not on behalf of any other party.”

The plaintiffs included the estates of four U.S. citizens who were killed and several dozen Americans who were physically or psychologically injured in the attacks as well as their families. Kent Yalowitz, the families’ attorney, has requested that the Palestinian leadership be required to place $30 million per month in escrow while the case is appealed. Yalowitz suspects the U.S. government is considering intervening to help the cash-strapped Palestinian leadership avoid the bond.

“An administration which claims to be fighting terror is planning to weigh in favor of the terrorists,” Yalowitz told FoxNews.com. “If our government actually came in favor of convicted terrorists, it would be a really sorry statement about the way our government treats terror.”

Families of the victims say the jury has spoken, and note the PLO and Palestinian Authority pays stipends to the very terrorists and their families who carried out the attacks.

“The U.S. government and the DOJ should be ashamed that they are even considering telling an American court that the PLO and the PA can afford to pay convicted terrorists, but cannot afford to pay the victims of those very same terrorists,” Alan Bauer, a family member, told Fox News.


 

U.S. taxpayers will pay either way.

 

Brazil: Muslim settlers reshaping culture and economy of cities in Paraná

In other words, they are taking over. via Citizen Warrior: The Muslim Invasion of Brazil.

Someone left the following comment on our article, The Islamic Infiltration of South America:

I’m from Curitiba, South Brazil, and since 2014, thousands of Muslims are landing here. Every single town is receiving buses of Muslim immigrants, and our government is involved. The federal government is increasing federal gun control to the Brazilian people since 2005, and we’re becoming unarmed and surrounded.

Some local news below (in Portuguese):

http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/cotidiano/2015/02/1583619-parana-recebe-nova-onda-de-imigracao-de-muculmanos-em-busca-de-emprego.shtml (Paraná receives new wave of Muslim immigrants)

http://www.gazetadopovo.com.br/vida-e-cidadania/diaspora-acelera-avanco-do-isla-no-pr-eihwijz2m36zp0dr74obd1q32

Diaspora accelerates advancement of Islam in Paraná


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Muslims are strengthened in the state, changing cultural and economic environment of more than 20 cities

The current migration of Muslims from Asia and Africa is reshaping culture and economy of small and medium-sized cities of Parana, historically multifaceted been in the ethnic and cultural composition. There are now 24 Islamic enclaves, a phenomenon driven the past four years by the diaspora coming from 18 countries because of hunger or political persecution. 20 cities in Paraná Muslims are organized or organizing around a mosque, religious temple itself, or a mussala, a kind of chapel.

The continuous arrival spread the holy sites for Muslims Islam in Parana. The number of spaces dedicated to devotion to Allah is a way to measure growth and its level of organization. The state is the second Islamic temples in Brazil after Sao Paulo, open half in the last four years. There are 13 mosques and eight mussalas. The first Paraná mosque, inaugurated in 1968 in Londrina, is the second oldest in the country after São Paulo, 1952. Since then, the number has grown slowly to the rapid expansion from 2010.

No one knows for sure how many Muslims in Brazil. The IBGE 2010 census recorded 35,000 but Islamic organizations speak of 1.5 million. This account does not hit since 1500. Some historians mention the coming of the Muslims Chuhabidin Bin Majid Bin Mussa and sate in the expedition of Pedro Alvares Cabral, though history books ignore the fact. The colonization of the country began sparse migration, with the arrival of Portuguese and Spanish Muslims, or the arrival of black Muslims brought as slaves (resulting in Revolt Malês in 1835 in Bahia). In Paraná, the first Muslims started arriving in the 1920s, attracted by the Lebanese Hussein Ibrahim Omairi. Established first in Ponta Grossa, he saw in Curitiba better opportunities and proceeded to call relatives. The beginning was as a traveling salesman. In 1957, they founded a charitable society as recreational space and support to newcomers. In 1972, they inaugurated the mosque. The Islamic community of Curitiba today has around 5000 members, including immigrants and descendants, according to the religious director of the Muslim Beneficent Society of Paraná, Gamal Omairi. The current Muslim migration to Paraná differs from that started in the 1920s and intensified from the 50s, giving rise to its three major Islamic brotherhoods in Foz do Iguaçu, Londrina and Curitiba. Before, immigrants came Syrians, Lebanese and Palestinians; Muslims today come from Africa, Asia and the Middle East. The before were dedicated to retail trade, now follow the ballast of employment opportunities in the halal slaughter of poultry and cattle. There is behind this phenomenon an economic character that has shaped the expansion of Islam in Brazil.

They arrive fleeing hunger or political persecution in countries like Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Angola, Mozambique, Palestine, Iraq, Jordan, India, Syria, Ghana, Lebanon, Guinea, Senegal, Egypt, Congo, Somalia and the territory of Kashmir. The profile of the new Islamic immigrant stimulates the economy and the culture within Paraná, with the installation of a core albeit a small one where there is halal slaughter. United by common belief and the workplace, the core tends to establish a community.

When you reach a better level of organization, this community often become a congregation meeting in a place of collective prayer, which can be a room, a mussala or mosque. If the organization increases, are given the conditions for the establishment of an association or Muslim charity in the community, points Eonio Cunha, developer of the Brazilian Institute of Islamic Studies. “And for the use of digital tools aimed at the spread of Islam, like Facebook, blogs and Internet sites,” stresses.


If Muslims get organized, Brasil é fodido!

More on Brasil here and this act of dhimmitude we never got to post: Google Executive Arrested as Brazil Bans Anti-Muslim Film.

They Come to America 3 (video)

Is there a mosque on one of our northern borders?

Tennessee: Woman Weds ISIS Militant She Met Online; Celebrates Chattanooga Terror Attack

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via Former Homeschooled Pentecostal Woman Weds ISIS Militant She Met Online; Celebrates Chattanooga Terror Attack. h/t boudica

A Tennessee woman who identified as a Pentecostal Christian during her teenage years has allegedly started a new life in an Islamic State-controlled territory where she married a member of the terror group whom she met online.

Ariel Bradley, 29, of Chattanooga, fled the U.S. and has lived with her IS husband and two children for more than a year, according to BuzzFeed. She also celebrated the recent shooting and killing of five servicemen by a Muslim in her hometown via Twitter shortly after the incident.

“Gifted this morning not only with Eid but w/ the news of the brother puttin fear n the heart of kufar [non-believers] n the city of my birth. Alhamdullilah [thanks be to God],” wrote Bradley before making her Twitter feed private.

She now goes by the name Umm Aminah on Twitter and many of her friends have not heard from her for some time.

via How One Young Woman Went From Fundamentalist Christian To ISIS Bride – BuzzFeed News.

CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee — On July 17, the city of Chattanooga woke to the sober reality that the events of the past 24 hours had not been some sort of nightmare — a young man named Mohammad Abdulazeez had attacked a military recruiting center and military base, killing four Marines and bringing fears of Islamist terrorism to the place known as one of the most “Most Bible-Minded” cities in America.

Halfway around the world, however, one woman saw the news on Twitter and posted her joy: “Gifted this morning not only with Eid but w/ the news of a brother puttin fear n the heart of kufar [non-believers] n the city of my birth. Alhamdullilah [thanks be to God].”

BuzzFeed News has confirmed that this woman, who calls herself “Emarah bint Aljon” or “Umm Aminah,” is Ariel Bradley, a 29-year-old American from the Chattanooga suburb of Hixson — where shooter Abdulazeez also lived — who has been living in ISIS-controlled territory in Syria for more than a year, with her Iraqi-born husband and their two children. The couple’s first child, a daughter, was born in Chattanooga in 2012. Their son was born in Syria late last year.

“May Allah accept [the Chattanooga shooter] as shaheed [a martyr],” she wrote from her recently restored Twitter account @aminah_umm. “in sha Allah [if God wills] this will make the camps of Emaan [believers] and Kuffr [non believers] known within Chattanooga.”

Ariel’s mother, Dianne Bradley, said she did not know the daughter she raised and homeschooled as an evangelical Christian had willingly joined ISIS until BuzzFeed News approached her on the steps of the family home in Hixson. With an anxious scan of the front yard, lip trembling, Dianne Bradley said her daughter told her family last year that she had traveled to the Middle East with her husband, Yasin Mohamad, on “a mission trip” to help her husband’s family. She said she was concerned when she received a photo of her two grandchildren — 2-year-old Aminah, dressed all in black, holding her infant brother, Yaqub — in March and worried that her daughter was involved with extremism, but she told BuzzFeed News the family had not approached the U.S. government about their concerns about the missing 29-year-old and her family.

When first contacted by BuzzFeed News in late May, Ariel responded to emails and various messages posted to her social media platforms to confirm her identity and location. But she declined subsequent requests to be formally interviewed. Ariel’s relatives, who have been in contact with her as recently as June, also declined to sit down for a formal interview.

BuzzFeed News spent weeks in Chattanooga talking to nearly 20 of Ariel’s friends, ex-boyfriends, and former employers, many of whom spoke on the condition they only be identified by their relationship to Ariel because they fear reprisals from ISIS and negative attention from the Chattanooga community. Despite personal concerns and their confusion over Ariel’s situation, most of the friends who spoke with BuzzFeed News emphasized their affection for Ariel. Nearly all — including the Muslim man she fell for in early 2011 before her conversion but who didn’t return her affection — were puzzled by the same question: How did the bubbly, caring, self-described feminist, who lived and partied with them, who got tattoos and dropped acid, become someone who would embrace a radical ideology that calls for the subjugation of women and the destruction of her home country?

“The thing about Ariel that was just so weird was that she had such a clearly segmented life,” said a female friend who dated one of Ariel’s housemates in 2009. “It was like, when I first met her she was a Christian, and then she was a socialist, and then she was an atheist, and then a Muslim. As far as I could tell it was always in relation to whatever guy she was interested in, so if she meets a guy that’s an atheist then she’s an atheist, falls into that for a year. Then the guy leaves and she meets somebody new, and it starts all over again.”

Throughout her time in Syria, Ariel remained active on social media. Using variations of “Umm Aminah” or “Emarah bint Aljon” (a nod to her beloved father) she created different Twitter accounts to tweet about her life in Syria. “Dua’a [prayers] plz.. Being a muslimah,mommy,non Arabic speaker n Sham [Syria] & wife of a mujahid [the word ISIS fighters use to describe themselves] brings heavy trails [sic]. in sha Allah I pass this test,” she posted on Feb. 11, 2015.


 Much more detail at Buzzfeed, including the fact she worked for Palestinian Muslim where she met another Muslim man and began attending mosque on her path to jihad.

What Obama doesn’t want Americans to know on Gitmo closure

via What Obama doesn’t want us to know on Gitmo closure | TheHill. By J.D. Gordon

President Obama’s top counter-terrorism aide, Deputy National Security Advisor Lisa Monaca, said this past weekend at the Aspen Security Conference that the White House is preparing for another push to close Guantanamo, including a plan to move detainees into the U.S. mainland.

While she cited grossly exaggerated costs per detainee, here’s an actual fact that Team Obama isn’t telling us, far more important than just dollars and cents:

If and when the detainees are stateside, judges could release them onto Main Street, USA.

Our courts will have the final say on whether they remain locked up, not the administration. And if other countries won’t take them, they could just walk out of jail. Detainees don’t have to escape from Supermax if judges let them out.

And since nearly half of the current 116 detainees have been held under indefinite detention status, activist judges would line up for jurisdiction.

“Try them or release them,” has been the rallying cry for Al Qaeda’s defense lawyers for over a dozen years. Makes sense, right? Maybe so during peacetime, before mass casualty terrorist attacks like those on 9/11.

But America remains at war. Since there weren’t battlefield detectives collecting evidence from global jihadists in Afghanistan and Pakistan, military or civilian trials might not obtain convictions. Which doesn’t make those men any less dangerous, just less prosecutable.

Obama and his legal advisers know the courts routinely pummeled the Bush administration on detainee cases, including multiple losses at the Supreme Court. They ought to know, since 9 lawyers who represented Al Qaeda were rewarded with senior political posts in the Obama administration.

When I served as a Pentagon spokesman from 2005-2009, our DoD General Counsel’s office, working in tandem with the Justice Department, reminded me of a piñata. But instead of kids bashing away to free candy, it was judges hammering to free detainees.

One case that has direct applications to today’s prospect of Gitmo closure is Al Marri v. Bush.

Ali Al Marri was a Qatari national with a U.S. green card, believed to be an Al Qaeda sleeper cell agent, trained in advanced poisons for use against water reservoirs. Captured in Peoria, Illinois, and then held indefinitely at the Naval Brig in Charleston, South Carolina, Al Marri assembled a team of lawyers who argued that President Bush didn’t have the authority to hold him without trial.

Well, Al Marri won. While terrorism charges didn’t stand up in court, he was convicted of credit card fraud and served a short sentence in a civilian prison. It was like busting Al Capone for tax evasion. Al Marri is now a free man in Qatar.

If Al Marri could beat the federal government in court, dozens of Gitmo terrorists with less evidence against them will too. But what if other countries won’t take them? Then what?

The White House is also misleading about Gitmo’s cost, claiming $3 million per detainee, per year. Yet they don’t mention the primary expense is 2,000 troops guarding them, providing legal services and medical care. That’s the same number deployed to handle the total of 780 detainees, so it’s deliberate overkill. Taken together with 4 catered halal meals a day, Ramadan feasts with roasted meats and imported dates, expensive exercise equipment, Wii-fits, satellite TV, etc. Obama deliberately keeps that cost high to score political talking points.

Shouldn’t Americans ask Obama why he would risk freeing them into our country, when nearly 1/3 are already confirmed or suspected of returning to terrorism?

In my view, he sees Guantanamo as a symbol of the America he’s determined to transform. To him, Gitmo equals U.S. overreach, the “empire” acting through brute force. Above the law, as they say. And that’s not just holding radical Islam-inspired terrorists. That also extends to “occupying” 45-square miles of Cuba against the will of Havana’s leaders.

Obama is desperate to empty Gitmo, let the chips fall where they may, because he wants to return the Naval Base to Cuba. Even though it’s been a strategically important military base for Americans, leased since 1903, complete with a deep water port and airfield, he views it as the left in Latin America does – a sign of Yankee imperialism.

Though the White House says they won’t cave to Raul Castro’s demands for the base, they have zero credibility on the issue. That’s because Ben Rhodes of the National Security Council went behind the backs of Congress and the American people to conduct the normalization of relations agreement last year in secret, in Canada. Rhodes and this same NSC also blamed the Benghazi terrorist attack on a video. Can we trust anything they say?=

Bottom line, closing Gitmo and giving it back to Cuba is all part of Obama’s legacy. He extends olive branches to terrorists and appeases dictators for little to nothing in return, designed to usher in a new, post-U.S. superpower status era. As America gets weaker with $1 trillion in defense cuts, our enemies get stronger. Is that what he meant by hope and change?

Gordon is a retired Navy commander and former Pentagon spokesman who served in the Office of the Secretary of Defense from 2005-2009, during which time he visited Guantanamo Bay Naval Base over 30 times.

 

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