Friday, August 29, 2014

Governor and Former President to Speak At Islamic Society of North America Deem

Why is Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R) speaking at Islamic Society of North America national conference today in Detroit? This group is tied to the Muslim Brotherhood and is one of the groups listed by the Brotherhood to over throw our government from with in. One of the goals of this group is to bring Sharia Law into this country and too make Islam the dominate religion in this country.

A 1991 U.S. Muslim Brotherhood memo explicitly identifies ISNA and its various components among its fronts. The memo states the Brotherhood network’s “work in America is a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within.” Another Brotherhood document from 1988 states ISNA is part of its “apparatus.”.

ISNA’s religious leadership is mostly extremist. For example, Imam Muhammad Qatanani sits on ISNA’s fiqh (or sharia) council. Qatanani’s deportation is sought by the Department of Homeland Security because of his links to Hamas.

Sayyid Syeed, former ISNA Secretary-General and current national director of its Office of Interfaith and Community Alliances, was videotaped in 2006 declaring, “Our job is to change the constitution of America.”

By giving this organization a platform you make them look legit. 

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R)
Why won't anyone from this organization speak to the media? Frank Beckman of WJR 760am in Detroit asked why no one from the orignization spoke with him on his show. This is the first time a national convention has come to town and not one representative has wanted to speak on his show which has one of the largest morning audiences in the Detroit market. In fact many true moderate Muslims are backing away from the Islamic Society of North America. Former president  Jimmy Carter (D) will also be speaking at this event today. 

Political leaders that embrace ISNA are given the impression that it is the leader of the Muslim-American community. However, a 2011 Gallup poll found that only 4% of Muslim-American males and 7% of females see ISNA as the group that “most represents their interests.”

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