Far Left Muslim sympathizers at Huffington Post wonder: “Is America is becoming more Islamophobic?”

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First of all, there is no such thing as ‘Islamophobia.’ Fear, distrust, and suspicion about Islam, and the supremacist behavior of its followers, not only is entirely rational, it is basic to ensuring the survival of Western culture, freedom, and justice.

In light of that, Americans ARE becoming more anti-Islam, as they witness repeated attempts by Muslims in America to impose sharia law, demanding and getting special accommodation for their religious needs, conspiring, with the help of wealthy Arab donors, to facilitate the teaching of Islam in public schools, not to mention the surge in threats from Muslim terrorists in America and the near daily atrocities committed by Muslim terrorist groups all around the world.

Huffington Post  In August 2010, the cover of Time asked “Is America Islamophobic?” Bobby Ghosh wrote the featured article in response to the intense and at times ugly debate surrounding the proposed “Ground zero Victory Mosque” aka Islamic Center in Lower Manhattan that engulfed the nation that summer.

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Five years later, it’s worth revisiting the question. Is America Islamophobic? Better yet, has America become more Islamophobic in the five years since the Ground Zero Victory Mosque controversy? Much of the evidence points to a sobering answer. The 9/11 Mosque controversy was the beginning of a new phase of anti-Muslim hostility that shows no signs of abating. Consider the following:

  • HATE CRIMES: According to FBI reports, anti-Muslim hate crimes (the majority of which are graffiti on mosques) are five times more common today than before 9/11, and the average number of hate crimes per year since 2010 has been higher than in the three years preceding the Ground Zero Victory Mosque controversy. This data does not even include some of the horrific violence witnessed in the past year, such as the execution-style murders of three Muslims in Chapel Hill, NC.  (Determined by police NOT to have been a bias crime)

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  • MOSQUES: According to data provided by the ACLU and the Pew Center’s Forum on Religion and Public Life, conflicts over mosques, including efforts to prevent the construction of mosques and graffiti attacks on mosques, have increased since the Ground Zero mosque controversy. Between 2005-2007, there were nine such conflicts or episodes, a number that increased to twenty between 2008-2010. From 2010-2012, the number of anti-mosque disputes rose to eighty-nine. That’s a 345% increase from the preceding period and likely due in part to the orchestrated campaign against the Ground Zero Victory Mosque led by the likes of Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer.

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  • SURVEILLANCE AND PROFILING: The FBI/NYPD continue to rely heavily on the use of informants to infiltrate mosques and communities in an effort to see how willing Muslims are to participate in terrorist activity. A recent case involved the arrest of three Brooklyn men for plotting to join ISIS. . Last year, the far left wing Human Rights Watch labeled the FBI use of informants to participate in terrorist plots as “abusive” and bordering on entrapment.

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  • The NYPD’s own surveillance program of Muslim communities was made known to the public in 2011. It too relied on informants as well as “mosque crawlers” and various methods of religious profiling to target potential terrorists. The NYPD disbanded the program in 2014 (under the notorious Muslim-pandering Mayor Bill deBlasio), but it has not formally renounced some of its  surveillance tactics, including the use of informants, the labeling of some mosques as “terrorism enterprises,” and the reliance on a theory of radicalization that links almost any devout Muslim man with being on a path toward radicalization.

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  • PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS: The last presidential race witnessed the most prominent examples of political anti-Islam sentiment to date. At one GOP debate, Newt Gingrich compared Muslim Americans to Nazis, insisting that just as the latter tried to infiltrate the U.S. during World War II, and Muslims are trying to do the same today. On another occasion, Gingrich claimed, “Sharia is a mortal threat to the survival of freedom in the United States.” Herman Cain indicated in an interview that, if elected, he would not appoint a Muslim to his cabinet or as a federal judge. He also echoed Gingrich’s concerns about sharia, insisting that there was a “creeping attempt…to gradually ease Sharia law and the Muslim faith into our government.”

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  • The 2016 presidential race already includes a field with a recent history of anti-Islamic rhetoric. Rick Santorum accused Presidents Bush and Obama of giving “all Muslims a pass for identifying a cancer within their own body.” The disease in question was presumably “Islamic terrorism.”Ted Cruz argued that sharia law in the U.S. is an “enormous problem.”Rand Paul compared the Muslims who wanted to build the Ground Zero Victory Mosque to the KKK. Lindsey Graham suggested that the Charleston shooter’s decision to sit in a bible study for an hour before opening fire reflects “Mideast hate” (a euphemism for “Islamic hate”).Mike Huckabee maintained that Islam “promotes the most murderous mayhem on the planet.” Based on these sentiments, it’s a safe bet that the anti-Islam rhetoric will be amplified for the 2016 race.

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  • ANTI-SHARIA LAWS: The fear that sharia is taking over the U.S., articulated by some of the current presidential contenders, is more deeply rooted in the country. A movement to ban sharia law in the states, orchestrated by an anti-Muslim lawyer named David Yerushalmi, emerged in 2010 in Oklahoma. In the past five years, eight states have voted to ban sharia law, and a majority of states have seen bills introduced proposing such a ban.

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  • ANTI-ISLAM ‘HATE’ RALLIES: The recent “Draw Muhammad” contest in Garland, TX, attracted considerable media attention for the two extremists who tried to open fire at the event. But the event, led by Pamela Geller, also revealed the attraction of hate rallies that engage in Muslim-bashing under the pretense of defending freedom of speech. The Garland event inspired an anti-Islam rally outside a Phoenix mosque almost a month later. That rally, however, upped the ante by encouraging participants to come armed in order to defend their freedom of speech. Similar rallies are planned for later in the summer.

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  • MEDIA: Anti-Islam rhetoric is rampant in all forms of mass media (We wish!). Oscar-contending films from the past several years have featured hoards of angry, violent, anti-American Muslims who are thwarted by white American heroes, from Argo to Zero Dark Thirty to American Sniper. Muslims prone to violence and terrorism are also central to the plotlines of recent award-winning television shows such as Homeland. The image of Muslims in the U.S. news media has also declined since 2010. According to a Media Tenor study, just over 40 percent of network news coverage of Muslims was negative in 2010. By 2013, almost three-quarters of coverage depicted Muslims in a negative light and usually in relation to violence or terrorism.

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Much more could be added to this list, including Representative Peter King’s hearings in 2011 on the radicalization of Muslim Americans, or the media’s ongoing reluctance to apply the word “terrorist” to anyone who is not Muslim. What is clear is that Islamophobia did not fade with the Ground Zero Victory Mosque  defeat.  If anything, it has intensified. Most polls confirm the persistence of this anxiety in the broader population. For example, recent polls from reveal that a majority of Americans have a somewhat or very unfavorable view of Islam.

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Frank Gaffney’s Center for Security Policy compares Islam to the plague

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The Center for Security Policy’s gala last Monday, a black-tie affair at the stately Metropolitan Club of New York, featured a procession of speakers warning darkly about the threat posed by the religion of Islam.

The Intercept  Tommy Waller, a U.S. Marine veteran and the legislative outreach director for the group, said he had fought the enemy on the battlefields of the Middle East, but that he did not truly understand them until he joined the center. The enemy has “existed for 1,400 years” and “at the expense of 270 million lives,” he said.

Doctors study medicine, Waller continued, “but we don’t study something that has brought devastation to nearly the same number of humans as the plague.”

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The Center for Security Policy, billed as a policy shop for national security concerns, has emerged in recent years as the go-to think tank for the truth about Islam. The group hosted two summits for GOP presidential candidates this year, and regularly advises lawmakers. Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz., spoke at the event on Monday.

Frank Gaffney, the founder and president of the center, has claimed that President Obama may be a secret Muslim (he IS a Muslim and it’s no secret)and that Justice Elana Kagan enabled the imposition of Sharia law. Gaffney and the center have whipped up anti-Islamic rage across the country, supporting efforts to block the construction of a mosque in Tennessee and a Muslim community center (Ground Zero Victory Mosque) in New York.

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The gala also featured a fiery speech by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach. Audience members included former Attorney General Michael Mukasey and Fox News host Jeanine Pirro.

At the end of the event, Gaffney said he fiercely opposed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s expected bid for the White House on the ground that Christie had once appointed a Muslim judge who had defended 9/11 terrorists. Gaffney praised Mike Huckabee and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal for expressing a “greater degree of clarity” on the threat of radical Islam and “Muslim Brotherhood fronts” in America. Gaffney said he is still undecided about Jeb Bush.

Must See: Frank Gaffney’s 10-part online course about the MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD IN AMERICA

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“Black dick is expensive,” repeated Somali Muslim savage as he kept raping 12-year-old Swedish girl

e3d4a2bc-7367-4898-82c7-d0dd1319fd64_0This Somali Muslim savage, Guled Mohamud, allegedly 17 years old at at the time of the attack, has been sentenced to just 180 hours of community service. Not surprising in Sweden which is now considered the rape capital of the West, all because of rampant Muslim immigration.

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Swedish Surveyor (h/t David P)  The girl’s mother attested that when she saw her daughter after the rape, she looked as though she had been beaten up and bled profusely from her lower abdomen.

The court concluded that it is beyond reasonable doubt that he raped the girl vaginally, showered her face and head with blows and held a hand over her mouth.

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Nonetheless Mohamud was sentenced to a measly 180 hours of community service with probation because he had “some trouble with anxiety and sleeping” and was allegedly 17 years of age at the time.

One of the many Muslim gang rape attacks against young Swedish girls

Reporting the origin and/or name of the Somali citizen in question would be tantamount to blasphemy for SVT journalist Oscar Söderström. It is therefore unsurprising that he followed in his politically-correct colleagues footsteps by self-censoring and describing the perpetrator as: “a man from Sundsvall”.

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Designated Terrorist Group CAIR’s “Islamophobia” ratings for Republican Presidential Candidates

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In early 2015, CAIR wrote an open letter to GOP nomination hopefuls urging them to engage Muslim voters and reject Islamophobia.(Happily, most paid no attention)


Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush

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In March 2015, Bush appointed Jordan Sekulow as a senior advisor to his Right to Rise Political Action Committee.

The U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations wrote a letter to Bush requesting that he drop Sekulow. In part that letter read, “Sekulow is executive director of the American Center for Law and Justice(ACLJ), an organization that in 2011 published an anti-Muslim pamphlet titled ‘Shari’a Law: Radical Islam’s Threat to the U.S. Constitution,’ which falsely claims that ‘devout Muslims cannot truthfully swear the oath to become citizens of the United States of America.

To date, Bush has not responded to the letter.


Dr. Ben Carson

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Caron’s record to date reveals a lack of familiarity with Islam. During an interview with radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt, Carson opined that violent extremist Sunnis and violent extremist Shias could unite against the United States. A commentator in the conservative National Review noted that this assertion is “one that many foreign policy experts would likely dismiss entirely.”

In 2013, Carson was listed as a confirmed speaker at the David Horowitz Freedom Center’s Restoration Weekend Conference. The David Horowitz Freedom Center is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network. The Southern Poverty Law Center, a group that tracks hate movements in the United States, labels Horowitz “the godfather of the modern anti-Muslim movement.

Carson employed Sharia-scare tactics in a 2014 op-ed writing, “The Islamic State (usually called ISIS) and the other advocates of Shariah law are growing rapidly, along with their zeal to eradicate or convert all “infidels.” Carson appears unaware that Sharia influences the lives of all Muslims, the overwhelming majority of whom reject the interpretations put forth by violent extremist groups like IS.


New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (CAIR favorite)

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In 2011, Islamophobes alleged that Christie’s nomination of a Muslim for a position as a state Superior Court judge would somehow open the floodgates to Sharia, Islamic religious principles, undermining America. Christie rejected the accusers and defended his nominee saying,”This Sharia law business is just crap. It’s just crazy, and I’m tired of dealing with the crazies.”

Of the Muslim nominee, Christie added,“He is an extraordinary American who is an outstanding lawyer and played an integral role in the post-September 11th period in building bridges between the Muslim American community in this state and law enforcement.”

At the height of the Park 51 controversy during the summer of 2010, Christie spoke about the Muslim community in the United States, stating, “We cannot paint all of Islam with that brush. We can’t paint all of Islam with the [9/11 perpetrator] Muhammad Atta brush. We have to bring people together.”

In the wake of revelations that the New York Police Department had gone outside of its jurisdiction to surveil Muslims who were not suspected of any wrongdoing, Christie signed a bill that mandated non-New Jersey law-enforcement to disclose their surveillance and activities in advance of the surveillance. Christie was quoted as saying “…believe we must protect and maintain civil liberties, especially those of the citizens in New Jersey’s Muslim Community.…”


Texas Senator Ted Cruz

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Cruz appointed Kevin Kookogey, the former chair of the Williamson County, Tenn. Republican Party as his 2016 Presidential Campaign’s Tennessee chair.

In 2012, Kookogey oversaw the adoption of a resolution condemning Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam for appointing a Muslim lawyer to the state’s Department of Economic and Community Development. The resolution stated in part: “Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has elevated and/or afforded preferential political status to Sharia adherents in Tennessee, thereby aiding and abetting the advancement of an ideology and doctrine which is wholly incompatible with the Constitution of the United States and the Tennessee Constitution.”

Cruz campaign spokeswoman Catherine Frazier defended Kookogey’s anti-Muslim resolution as “defending American law under the U.S. Constitution” and said she could not see how it “is anti-Muslim.”

CAIR noted that the Cruz campaign was seeking to morph Kookogey’s hate-filled attack on a young Muslim woman appointee to a position in state government into ‘defending American law’ and said, “The Cruz campaign has pointedly avoided explaining why it endorses Kevin Kookogey’s attack on a person because of her religion and how that attack qualifies as defending the Constitution.”

Cruz has displayed a growing comfort with Islamophobic groups. In early 2015, Cruz accepted an invitation to speak at two summits, one in Iowa and one in South Carolina, hosted by Frank Gaffney’s Center for Security Policy, a group that is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network. At one of the conferences, Cruz told audience members that the, “9/11 Hijackers Weren’t Just a Bunch of Ticked-Off Presbyterians.”

Sen. Cruz spoke at the Young America’s Foundation’s “New England Freedom Conference,” in March 2015. Other speakers included Robert Spencer. The Southern Poverty Law Center named Spencer as part of the nation’s “Anti-Muslim Inner Circle.” CAIR lists Spencer’s Jihad Watch blog as part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

In 2013, Cruz was a guest speaker at the David Horowitz Freedom Center’s Restoration Weekend Conference. The David Horowitz Freedom Center is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network. The radical leftist Southern Poverty Law Center, a group that tracks hate movements (excluding all Muslim hate movements) in the United States, labels Horowitz “the godfather of the modern anti-Muslim movement.

About Horowitz, Cruz said “David is profoundly principled and he commits one simple act that has incredible power over and over again. He tells the truth.”

While making a campaign appearance in 2012, Cruz said, “Sharia law is an enormous problem.”


South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham

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June 24, 2015, Graham gave a speech on the U.S. Senate floor discussing the recent white supremacist shooting in Charlston, South Carolina. Graham alleged that the murderer displayed “Mideast hate.“ The Middle East encompasses many different nations and peoples and to assert that a certain type of hate comes from that region of the world is discriminatory.

In 2011, during the U.S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Constitution, Civil and Human Rights hearing on ‘Protecting the Civil Rights of American Muslims‘ Senator Graham stated that “those who have freedom of speech, it’s a gift given to you by a lot of people risking their own lives. So when you say things here at home or you do things here at home that create tension based on religious differences, particularly when it’s the Muslim community involved, your putting our soldiers at risk” and “there are plenty of Muslims who wear our uniform and we need to understand that, again, we’re all in this together.”

During a 2013 interview with Fox News Radio, Graham asserted that the common Islamic phrase “Allahu Akbar” (Arabic for ‘God is Greater’) is a war chant. Muslims all over the world use this phrase multiple times per day, in their calls to prayer and in their peaceful daily lives.

In May, 2015, Graham said at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee New England Leadership Dinner that “Al Qaeda, Al Nusra, Al Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula… Everything that starts with ‘Al’ in the Middle East is bad news.” In Arabic, the word Al means the word “the.” Graham spokesman Kevin Bishop informed the Washington Post that “al-being-bad-news line is a joke that’s part of Graham’s regular stump speech — and one that he’s told for many years.”


Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee

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While criticizing a church that was allowing Muslims to use its facility for prayer in 2011, Huckabee said that according to Islam, “Jesus Christ and all the people that follow him are a bunch of infidels who should be essentially obliterated.” Huckabee went on to compare the church allowing Muslims a space to pray to be like the church allowing pornographic films to be shown.

Huckabee again shared his views of Islam in 2013 saying, “why it is that we tiptoe around a religion that promotes the most murderous mayhem on the planet in their so-called holiest days. … the most likely time to have an uprising of rock throwing and rioting comes on the day of prayer on Friday” and “So the Muslims will go to the mosque, and they will have their day of prayer, and they come out of there like uncorked animals — throwing rocks and burning cars.”

During previous campaigns, Huckabee has employed sharia-scare tactics, using the term as a bogeyman to frighten voters. He has similarly used anti-Islam buzz words to smear President Obama saying, “that I do think he has a different worldview and I think it’s, in part, molded out of a very different experience. Most of us grew up going to Boy Scout meetings and, you know, our communities were filled with Rotary Clubs, not madrassas.”


Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal

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In early 2015, Jindal adopted the discredited and universally mocked claim that Muslims in Europe have set up so-called “no-go zones” “no-go zones” that people of other faiths and police are not allowed to enter.

In a speech in London, Jindal claimed, “non-assimilationist Muslims establish enclaves and carry out as much of Sharia law as they can without regard for the laws of the democratic countries which provided them a new home.” He added that “it is startling to think that any country would allow, even unofficially, for a so-called ‘no-go zone.’”

Jindal then proposed barring “dangerous” Muslims “who want to come to our country but not adopt our values” from entering the U.S. Fox News’ Megyn Kelly challenged Jindal on his proposal to have the government start defining which religious interpretations are acceptable in America. Kelly said, “Members of ISIS may be a different story, but just to say that if you are a radical Islamist or, more specifically, if you believe in Sharia law, then you won’t be allowed into the United States is controversial. Who decides how far into Sharia law you have to be? Who decides who’s a radical Islamist and who’s just an Islamist?”

Jindal attended the South Carolina National Security Action Summit in March 2015. The event was sponsored in part by Frank Gaffney’s Center for Security Policy, a key group in the U.S. Islamophobia network.

In a video provided to promote the Summit, Jindal said: “Muslim leaders need to condemn anyone who commits these acts of violence and clearly state that these people are evil and are enemies of Islam. It’s not enough to simply condemn violence, they must stand up and loudly proclaim that these people are not martyrs who will receive a reward in the afterlife, and rather they are murderers who are going to hell. If they refuse to do that, then they’re part of the problem. There is no middle ground here.”


Kentucky Senator Rand Paul

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During a Fox News interview commenting on being patted down by TSA, Senator Paul said “I don’t think the random pat-downs are making us any safer. I want to know where the Middle Eastern students are that are here visiting our country. Are they in class, are they going to class, if they get on a plane. If you’ve been to Yemen twice in the last six months, I want to know who you are and know more about your travel. But most American citizens need to go through a relatively easy security process that’s not too invasive and doesn’t take away our dignity. Paul’s comments about tracking the movements of Middle Eastern students in America amount to supporting racial profiling.

During a radio interview following terror attacks targeting the offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine in France Paul said, “I think also you got to secure your country. That means maybe that every Muslim immigrant that wishes to come to France shouldn’t have an open door to come.”


Former Texas Governor Rick Perry (CAIR possible favorite)

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In 2005, Governor Perry participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for a Texas mosque. He also worked to create the “Muslim Histories and Cultures” program “which has trained scores of teachers who have taught thousands of Texas students” the basics of Islam.

In 2011, Perry held a Christian prayer rally “using his office’s prestige, letterhead, Web site and other resources to promote it.” Muslim and Jewish groups raised objections to the event.

In 2014, Perry was a keynote speaker at the David Horowitz Freedom Center’s Restoration Weekend Conference. The David Horowitz Freedom Center is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.


Florida Senator Marco Rubio (CAIR favorite)

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Rubio declined to attend a 2011 Tea-Party Convention that featured the Islamophobes Pamela Geller and Bill Warner (Bill French).

Rubio did not “share the feelings” of then U.S. Rep. Michelle Bachmann when she alleged that a number of American Muslims in public service had infiltrated the U.S. government on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood. A number of Republican leaders, including House Speaker Boehner and U.S. Senator John McCain issued more forceful rejections of Bachmann’s witch hunt.

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Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum

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A former Republican Senator from Pennsylvania, Santorum calls Sharia, or Islamic religious principles, “an existential threat” to America. In a “lecture on Islam,” Santorum falsely claimed the Quran, Islam’s revealed text, was written in “Islamic.” Santorum has alleged that equality is a Christian concept not found in other faith traditions.

According to Santorum, the difference between Islam and the West is that “you don’t have any Baptist ministers going on jihad.”

Santorum believes that Islam itself promotes violent behavior and that Americans needs to help Muslims recognize this sickness. During a 2014 convocation speech at Liberty University, he told the audience, “By not correctly identifying these Islamists for who they are, [Presidents Obama and Bush have] given all Muslims a pass for identifying a cancer within their own body. We don’t help them treat that illness when we refuse to identify that their body is sick.”

In a nationally televised debate featuring GOP Presidential nominee contenders in 2012, Santorum defended ethnic and religious profiling. After being asked who, specifically, he would have profiled he answered, “Obviously Muslims would be someone you’d look at, absolutely.”

In January 2012, Santorum implied that equality was solely a Christian concept, drawing responses from Sikh, Hindu and Muslim group. “Where do you think the concept of equality comes from?” Santorum said. “It doesn’t come from Islam. It doesn’t come from the East and Eastern religions. It comes from the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.”

In January, 2012 journalists brought attention to a 2007 speech Santorum gave a lengthy Islamophobic rant at David Horowitz’s “Second Annual Academic Freedom Conference. Santorum asserted that in order to “win” Americans must, “…educate, engage, evangelize and eradicate.”

Santorum added, “Look at Europe. Europe is on the way to losing. The most popular male name in Belgium — Mohammad. It’s the fifth most popular name in France among boys. They are losing because they are not having children, they have no faith, they have nothing to counteract it. They are balkanizing Islam, but that’s exactly what they want. And they’re creating an opportunity for the creation of Eurabia, or Euristan in the future…Europe will not be in this battle with us. Because there will be no Europe left to fight.

Santorum told an audience in March, 2011, “We need to define it and say what it is. And it is evil. Sharia law is incompatible with American jurisprudence and our Constitution.”

In a January, 2007 speech Santorum said, “Until we have the kind of discussion and dialogue with Islam — that democracy and freedom of religion, along with religious pluralism, are essential for the stability of the world and our ability to cohabit in this world,” and, “Unless Islam is willing to make that conscious decision, then we are going to be at war for a long time.” Santorum’s statement implied that Islam at large was somehow incompatible with the ideals of democracy and pluralism and that it is responsible for ongoing U.S. conflicts.


Donald Trump, Entrepreneur

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In April of 2011, Trump gave an interview with The Brody File during which he described his feelings about the Quran and its impact on Muslims and Muslim action in the world. Trump said, “Bill O’Reilly asked me is there a Muslim problem? And I said absolutely, yes. In fact I went a step further. I said I didn’t see Swedish people knocking down the World Trade Center.”

He later added: “I’m certainly not an expert, to put it mildly. But there’s something [in the Quran] that teaches some very negative vibe.”

During the O’Reilly interview Trump also questioned whether President Obama has a U.S. birth certificate and whether or not he was Muslim stating that, “People have birth certificates. He doesn’t have a birth certificate. He may have one but there’s something on that, maybe religion, maybe it says he is a Muslim. I don’t know. Maybe he doesn’t want that. Or he may not have one…”

Trump attended and spoke at the GOP Iowa Summit in May 2015 where he was quoted as saying “Christians can’t come into this country but Muslims can,” said Trump. “What’s that all about?”

Needless to say, CAIR loves, loves, loves Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton

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Ramadan celebrations became a tradition for the White House in the United States in 1996 when then First Lady Hillary Clinton hosted an Eid-al-Fitr celebration.

In April 2011, speaking at the annual U.S. – Islamic World Forum, then Secretary of State Clinton stated “I am proud that this year we are recognizing the contributions of the millions of American Muslims who do so much to make this country strong. As President Obama said in Cairo, ‘Islam has always been a part of America’s story,’ and every day American Muslims are helping write our story.”

Secretary of State Clinton was asked, during a May 6, 2012 interview with Bangladeshi youth in Dhaka, Bangladesh, if the U.S. was anti-Muslim. She responded “Oh, that hurts me. That hurts me so much, honestly. I mean, it’s a painful perception to hear about, and I deeply regret that anyone believes that or propagates it…”

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GERMANY: School warns parents not to allow their daughters to wear short skirts because Muslim illegal aliens are being housed next to the school gym

8524698Emergency accommodation for 200 Syrian Muslim illegals was erected right next to the gym of Wilhelm-Diess-Gymnasium in Bavaria. And the school is worried about Muslims being offended by clothing that normal school girls wear. So worried, in fact, that the headteacher recently sent out a letter to parents to restrict what their daughters wear.

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The Local (h/t Marina S)  “For the Muslim invaders, access to the school gardens and buildings is strictly forbidden. The same goes for the school grounds during the day. The number of teachers on duty during breaks has been increased,” read the letter from headteacher Martin Thalhammer. The letter goes on to give students instructions on how to deal with the situation.

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 “The Syrian citizens are mainly Muslims and speak Arabic. The refugees are marked by their own culture. Because our school is directly next to where they are staying, modest clothing should be adhered to, in order to avoid offending the Muslims. Revealing tops or blouses, short shorts or miniskirts could lead to misunderstandings.” (In other words – rape)

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The letter has not been met favourably by some parents, but a local politician, who did not want to be named, told Die Welt the move was “absolutely necessary”. “When Muslim teenage boys go to open air swimming pools, they are overwhelmed when they see girls in bikinis,” he said. “These boys, who come from a culture where for women it is frowned upon to show naked skin, might follow the girls (and try to rape them).

“It is my duty to look after the children. Therefore I wanted to inform everyone about what is going on at school and what the gym is being used for.” “It was my responsibility to remind everyone that two cultures are coming together here,” he continued. (And it is the duty of the uninvited guests to conform to the ways of the country that took them in…not the other way around)

Is this how German girls are supposed to dress now?

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DEMOCRAT vs REPUBLICAN candidates on the volatile subject of Islam

While ANY Republican candidate would be a much better choice than any Democrat for keeping America safe from the ever-growing threat of Islamization and Islamic terrorism, the following Republicans are rather Democrat-lite on the Islamic problem and probably SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM YOUR WISH LIST:

CARLY FIORINA

RICK PERRY

JEB BUSH

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via Chicago Monitor

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POLL: More than 50% of Muslims in America want to live under barbaric sharia law

timthumb.php_And many of them would even support the use of violence to force imposition of sharia on everyone. So much for the lies and propaganda put out by politicians and the mainstream media and even some in the conservative media, who like to claim that these kind of “radical” views are only held by a “teeny tiny minority” of Muslims.

Center for Security Policy  According to a new nationwide online survey (Below) of 600 Muslims living in the United States, significant minorities embrace supremacist notions that could pose a threat to America’s security and its constitutional form of government.

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The numbers of potential jihadists among the majority of Muslims who appear not to be sympathetic to such notions raise a number of public policy choices that warrant careful consideration and urgent debate, including: the necessity for enhanced surveillance of Muslim communities; refugee resettlement, asylum and other immigration programs that are swelling their numbers and density; and the viability of so-called “countering violent extremism” initiatives that are supposed to stymie radicalization within those communities.

Overall, the survey, which was conducted by The Polling Company for the Center for Security Policy (CSP), suggests that a substantial number of Muslims living in the United States see the country very differently than does the population overall.  The sentiments of the latter were sampled in late May in another CSP-commissioned Polling Company nationwide survey.

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According to the just-released survey of Muslims, a majority (51%) agreed that “Muslims in America should have the choice of being governed according to shariah.”  When that question was put to the broader U.S. population, the overwhelming majority held that shariah should not displace the U.S. Constitution (86% to 2%).

More than half (51%) of U.S. Muslims polled also believe either that they should have the choice of American or shariah courts, or that they should have their own tribunals to apply shariah. Only 39% of those polled said that Muslims in the U.S. should be subject to American courts.

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These notions were powerfully rejected by the broader population according to the Center’s earlier national survey.  It found by a margin of 92%-2% that Muslims should be subject to the same courts as other citizens, rather than have their own courts and tribunals here in the U.S.

Even more troubling, is the fact that nearly a quarter of the Muslims polled believed that, “It is legitimate to use violence to punish those who give offense to Islam by, for example, portraying the prophet Mohammed.”

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By contrast, the broader survey found that a 63% majority of those sampled said that “the freedom to engage in expression that offends Muslims or anybody else is guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution and cannot be restricted.”

Nearly one-fifth of Muslim respondents said that the use of violence in the United States is justified in order to make shariah the law of the land in this country.

Center for Security Policy President, Frank J. Gaffney, Jr., observed:

The findings of the Center for Security Policy’s survey of Muslims in America suggests that we have a serious problem.  The Pew Research Center estimates that the number of Muslims in the United States was 2.75 million in 2011, and growing at a rate of 80-90 thousand a year.  If those estimates are accurate, the United States would have approximately 3 million Muslims today.  That would translate into roughly 300,000 Muslims living in the United States who believe that shariah is “The Muslim God Allah’s law that Muslims must follow and impose worldwide by Jihad.”

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