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Egyptian woman’s dire warning to America: ‘Wake up, or be wiped out’

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This is from Liberty UnYielding.

This is the warning that every Conservative has been saying about the Muslim Hoards, for years and we were made fun of and called Islamophobes.

It is not Islamophobia when they are trying to kill you.

An Egyptian woman writing under the pen name Magda Borham has composed a lengthy letter to Western countries, warning them of the immediate danger posed by Islamic invasion via “immigration.”

Having lived in Egypt for more than thirty years, she states, “Nobody else in the world knows Islam and the mentality of Muslims more than those who have suffered by having Islam as a part of their life.

If you listen to the cries of the Copts of Egypt, the Christians of Syria, Iraq, Sudan, Pakistan and all the other Muslim countries you will hear the descriptions of the horrors of Islam.

See and feel the tears of the minorities in every Islamic society. These tears will tell you the true stories of Islam. Hear the blood of the ex-Muslims pounding.  It’s their blood that is shouting out every single second asking the rest of the world to “Wake up!”

She clarifies what few Americans understand: Islam is a totalitarian political ideology that rejects the basic principles of freedom and liberty cherished by Americans and protected by their Constitution. In fact, Islam, she maintains, is the clearest and most present danger to America’s future existence.

She explains the suffering of minorities, like herself, a woman who has lived through Egypt’s transformation into an Islamic country. She writes:

Like so many others I have been burned by this transformation. This transformation has seen me witness and experience Islam turn my home country to ruins and its followers are now threatening to bring the same fate to your own country.

Islam is a supremacist racist political and social ideology wrapped in a thin peel of religious rituals. It seeks domination and supremacy over all other systems and religions. Islam is worse than Nazism and fascism systems combined without any doubt.”

She warns Americans that they will suffer the same fate unless they end the senseless immigration policies that are enabling Muslims to freely invade with the intention of destroying America from within. She points to decades of failed liberal policies that have eroded American values, which she argues Muslims are using against Americans to their own detriment.

Her message is brutal and straightforward:

Muslims use your own democratic laws and values against you and they do it successfully while you keep sleeping as if as in a deep coma. This is why the leftists are the people who are worthy of  the title “useful idiots.” They are in a perpetual state of shame and self-loathing and will be the first victims of Islam once it takes over.

Muslims use them as a stick to beat you with, but even they will never ever be accepted as friends to the Muslims after, and they will definitely be their first victims. Leftists, Liberals, progressives, Antifa, Code Pink etc. are all appeasers of Islam. Appeasing evil is cowardice. They are fooled people who feed crocodiles hoping they will eat them last. They are the enemy within your countries.

Your country is like your house; you expect visitors who come to your house to respect you and respect your rules, not the opposite. Visitors must appreciate your kindness and your generosity for receiving them into your home and not imposing their own rules on you. This is your house, you own it, so you have the obligation to protect it and defend it.

If the visitor doesn’t like your rules, all he has to do is to leave. Nobody obliged him to visit you, and nobody will prevent him from leaving. As he came to your house by his own choice, he can leave your house freely or by force, if required.”

And she notes that Islam is rooted in racism and bigotry. The labels Muslims use against non-Muslims (Islamaphobic, bigot, racist), she says, are actually a reflection of Islamic ideology.

Islam is the only religion/ideology that specifically orders its followers to kill Jews and Christians, an obvious hate crime.

One final thing you must be aware of. Muslims are projectors of themselves. They accuse you of what they truly are. They accuse you of being racist, while they are themselves racist.  Islam is all about racism. They accuse you to be a hater, while they themselves hate unconditionally. Islam is full of hatred incitement and violence. They accuse you of being a bigot, while Muslims act supremacism and are bigotry themselves.

Remember, Muslims love and need to portray themselves ALWAYS as “victims.” This is their greatest weapon against you in the west. Victimhood enables them to act violently and give them the pretext to attack non-muslims around the world. It fuels them more and more with hate.

This hate generates more violence. Additionally to this Victimhood allow them to silence you and stop you from resisting their agenda. This is why the easiest thing for them is to label those who criticize Islam or reveal its reality as “racist” an “islamophobe” or “bigot.”

Toward the end of her lengthy appeal, Borham writes:

Please listen to my voice, my cry. Please see and feel my tears. Listen to my blood pounding with my message. I am a surviving victim of Islam.

She concludes with this:

Here the Muslim leaders of the world announce it clearly in the following video:

Her entire letter can be read at NoCompulsion.com. Her message was originally written in Arabic and translated into English by John Hayward.

Cross-posted at Constitution.com

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7 Ways Liberals Are Just As Bad As The People They Hate Most

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This is from Town Hall.

 

“Words mean nothing to liberals. They say whatever will help advance their cause at the moment, switch talking points in a heartbeat, and then act indignant if anyone uses the exact same argument they were using five minutes ago.” — Ann Coulter

“It isn’t so much that liberals are ignorant. It’s just that they know so many things that aren’t so.”Ronald Reagan

Liberals are the mirror image of everything they claim to hate. Their hypocrisy knows no bounds, their ability to unflinchingly examine their own beliefs is practically non-existent and they are almost incapable of objectively examining the policies they advocate. The more fully people become engulfed by liberalism, the more they embrace political correctness, groupthink, and close-mindedness until their thought process becomes little more than simplistic tribalism.

Liberalism is good, just, and best because it’s liberalism. Conservatism is bad, unjust, and worse because it’s conservatism. End of story.

Seldom do liberals realize that they advocate positions that are just as morally repulsive as the grotesque positions they habitually (and usually incorrectly) attribute to people who disagree with them.

Want some examples?

1) It’s just as bad to accuse people of Islamophobia for being concerned about radical Islam as it is to hate decent, patriotic, peaceful people because they happen to be Muslims. If you can’t acknowledge that there are Muslims who love America and just want to live a good life and there are also Muslims who murder, rape and enslave innocent people because they believe Islam endorses it, then it doesn’t matter which side of the fence you come down on; you don’t have a good grasp on reality.

2) It’s just as bad to support race-based groups like La Raza, MEChA, the New Black Panthers, the Nation of Islam and Al Sharpton’s National Action Network as it is to back the KKK, the Aryan Nation and the American Nazi Party. They may have different levels of societal acceptance, but they’re all race-based groups that are hostile to certain groups of people based on the color of their skin.

3) It’s just as bad to hate men, blame them for everything and accuse them of perpetuating rape culture as it is to hate women and view them as being good for nothing other than having sex, bringing you beer and making you sandwiches. Anyone, male or female, who holds members of the opposite sex in contempt has deep-seated issues that need to be worked through with a psychologist.

4) It’s just as bad to idolize Communists like Mao, Castro, and Che Guevara as it is to idolize Nazis like Adolph Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, and Hermann Goering. They’re both similar ideologies, they both killed tens of millions, and whether an innocent person was sent to his death by a mass murderer like Stalin or a mass murderer like Adolf Eichmann, he’s still dead.

5) It’s just as bad to hate gay Americans for being gay as it is to try to force Christians to unwillingly participate in gay weddings. Just as holding a sign up in front of a gay man’s funeral is an act of hatred, trying to force someone to bake a cake or take pictures at a wedding that goes against his religious beliefs is also an act of hatred.

6) It’s just as bad to support kangaroo courts in colleges that make it easy for men to be falsely accused of rape as it is to be someone who accuses rape victims of having “brought it on themselves” by wearing short skirts. Either way, you’re blaming the victim and making it easier for innocent people to be victimized by the scum of the earth.

7) It’s just as bad to hate children and wish ill on them as it is to run the deficit up into the stratosphere. In fact, the person who detests children may be BETTER than the profligate spender because he may at least avoid them, while those who advocate massive spending increases “for the children” are putting our nation’s children in a financial hole so big that it may swallow their entire future.

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John Esposito: “Nothing negative” about “good fact-based criticism of the Islamic religion”

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This is from Jihad Watch.

It is not Islamophobia when they are really trying to kill you.

 

 

Fresh from addressing the Annual Awards Banquet of the Oklahoma chapter of the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations, Saudi-funded academic John Esposito makes some Pinocchio-like claims in an interview with NewsOK: “‘Islamophobia’ as I define it is not about people who have a kind of good fact-based criticism of the Islamic religion. There’s nothing negative about that. People are entitled to those types of criticisms. ‘Islamophobia’ is when you have an unfounded irrational fear that tends then to lead to bias, discrimination, hate speech and hate crimes.”

This is, quite simply, a false claim. There is no one who opposes jihad terror who is acceptable to John Esposito and his allies. The reporter, of course, doesn’t press him on this, and that’s a shame. It would have been very interesting to have seen Esposito’s answer if she had asked him to give an example of a “good fact-based criticism of the Islamic religion.” I doubt he would have been able to, if he had answered honestly, as he and his ilk smear any and all critics.

Esposito’s claim is an increasingly common one among Islamic supremacists and their enablers. Apparently they’re trying to provide cover for the fact that they actually target and try to destroy every critic of jihad terror. A report on Islamophobia in the U.S. that CAIR produced in conjunction with the Center for Race & Gender at the University of California, Berkeley in 2011 stated:

“It is not appropriate to label all, or even the majority of those, who question Islam and Muslims as Islamophobes. Equally, it is not Islamophobic to denounce crimes committed by individual Muslims or those claiming Islam as a motivation for their actions. ‘A critical study of Islam or Muslims is not Islamophobic,’ former CAIR Research Director Mohamed Nimer wrote in 2007. ‘Likewise, a disapproving analysis of American history and government is not anti-American… One can disagree with Islam or with what some Muslims do without having to be hateful.’”

Here again, these were empty words. Neither this report nor Esposito offered any examples of what it would consider to be acceptable and legitimate criticism of Islam and jihad, and neither have ever done so anywhere else. Nor has any other Leftist or Muslim group. In reality, anyone and everyone who dares to oppose jihad and Islamic supremacism will become a target for a smear campaign. The real agenda of Islamic supremacist groups in the United States and their faithful servants like John Esposito is clearly not to distinguish legitimate resistance to jihad from bigotry and hatred, but to stigmatize all resistance to jihad as bigotry and hatred. This will clear away all obstacles to the advance of that jihad.

“Q&A with Islamic studies scholar John L. Esposito,” by Carla Hinton for NewsOK, April 12:

Q: What do you think about anti-Muslim attitudes in some communities across the country?

A: “Islamophobia“ as I define it is not about people who have a kind of good fact-based criticism of the Islamic religion. There’s nothing negative about that. People are entitled to those types of criticisms. “Islamophobia“ is when you have an unfounded irrational fear that tends then to lead to bias, discrimination, hate speech and hate crimes. It’s an unfounded fear. What do I mean by that? … It means certainly one should be afraid of Muslim extremism. Most Muslims are afraid of Muslim extremism. The primary victims of Muslim extremists are people who live in the Muslim world in terms of numbers of people. That’s legitimate fear. It’s when you wind up brushstroking a religion and the vast majority of its followers and impose upon them a collective guilt for acts committed by extremists who may have grown up in a Muslim community but who, as I like to put it, “hijack their religion.” And we don’t do that with our other mainstream religions. We recognize that religion has its transcendence and its dark side. All religions have people who abuse and engage in violence.

Q: How do people combat “Islamophobia“?

A: First of all you don’t make the victims primarily responsible. For example, one of the great lines that people would give me, particularly for the first eight years after 9/11, people said Muslims don’t speak out against this (Muslim extremists). I have seen websites speaking out against this but you couldn’t get it into major media. More importantly, not every time there is an attack one should be expecting Muslims to jump out front of it, although they do it. Yes communities have to lift themselves up and fight for themselves, but it takes other communities to weigh in, other communities that represent the establishment or that were the groups that were discriminated against (at another time).

John Esposito is the director of Georgetown University’s Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding (ACMCU), a professor of religion and international affairs, and one of the most prominent scholars of Islam and the Middle East in the nation. He has called Muslim Brotherhood Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, who advocates jihad-martyrdom suicide bombings and has praised Hitler’s genocide of the Jews, a champion of a “reformist interpretation of Islam and its relationship to democracy, pluralism and human rights.” Esposito has called the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) “phenomenal organization” and has spoken at CAIR fundraisers in order, he explained, to “show solidarity not only with the Holy Land Fund [that is, the Holy Land Foundation], but also with CAIR.”

The Holy Land Foundation was shut down and prosecuted for funneling money to the jihad terror group Hamas, which once boasted on its website about its murders of civilians in pizza parlors and on buses; the Justice Department named CAIR an unindicted co-conspirator in the case. Esposito himself refuses to condemn Hamas, as the Investigative Project notes: “In a 2000 interview in The United Association for Studies and Research”s (UASR) Middle East Affairs Journal, Esposito refused to condemn Hamas, which at the time was already designated a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) by the U.S. State Department.”

Esposito has also co-edited a bookIslam and Secularism in the Middle East, with Azzam Tamimi. Palestinian political scientist Muhammad Muslih calls Tamimi “a Hamas member.” Tamimi has said: “I admire the Taliban; they are courageous,” and “I support Hamas.” When University of South Florida computer science professor Sami al-Arian was accused of involvement with the leadership of Palestinian Islamic Jihad, which has claimed responsibility for the murders of several civilians, he became a causecélèbre, with his defenders ascribing his prosecution to “Islamophobia.” Esposito rushed to his defense,avowing: “Sami Al-Arian’s a very good friend of mine.” In 2008, Esposito advocated for al-Arian’s release, saying:

Sami Al-Arian is a proud, dedicated and committed American as well as a proud and committed Palestinian. He is an extraordinarily bright, articulate scholar and intellectual-activist, a man of conscience with a strong commitment to peace and social justice.

Al-Arian later pled guilty to “conspiring to provide services to the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), a specially designated terrorist organization, in violation of U.S. law.” Al-Arian also, according toCongressman Frank Wolf (R-VA), has “longstanding connections to associates of al Qaeda.” Wolf quotes a federal affidavit noting that “Sheik Rahman (the ‘Blind Sheik’) visited Al-Arian at his residence in Tampa and spoke at his mosque. Rahman is currently serving a life sentence in U.S. prison for his role in the 1993 World Trade Center attack and additional terror plots.”

Also associated with the Blind Sheik is the man Esposito calls “my old friend Siraj”: the popular Muslim speaker Siraj Wahhaj. Wahhaj was designated a “potential unindicted co-conspirator” in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing for taking the Blind Sheik to speak at mosques in New York and New Jersey in the early 1990s. Wahhaj has warned that the United States will fall unless it “accepts the Islamic agenda.” He has also asserted that “if only Muslims were clever politically, they could take over the United States and replace its constitutional government with a caliphate.”

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Muslim Infidelphobia: Koran = Hate Speech

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Hat Tip To Opus #6 At American Perspective.

 I am called  Islamophobia like that is a bad thing.
 It is not is Islam0phobic because they do want to kill us
 

 
 
 

Rush: Media will ‘circle the wagons’ if Muslim behind Boston bombing

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This is from BizPac Review.

I will say if a Muslim is arrested and charged with the

bombing the media will try to deflect blame.

The media will try to say the Muslim only set the

bombs because Islamophobia.

I will say this about Islam and Muslims.

All I needed to know about Islam and Muslims

I learned on 09/011/2001.

As ideologues on the left continue to speculate that right-wing extremists are behind the Boston Marathon bombing, radio talk show giant Rush Limbaugh predicts the media will “circle the wagon” to protect Islam if the person responsible turns out to be a Muslim.

If you are a Muslim, and it turns out that a Muslim did bomb the Boston Marathon, how do you feel? I daresay that if you are a Muslim, you can be pretty certain…that everybody in the media will circle the wagons, and say, ‘This is not because of Islam.’”

“There was a race in the media to make sure that nobody jumped to the gun and racially profiled,” Limbaugh added. “Nobody thinks this has anything to do with al Qaeda, nothing to do with Saudi Arabia, nothing to do with Muslims.”

…”While at the same time speculating that this has to be come right-wing group.”

BS ALERT: U.S. Muslims Want Free Speech Mitigated When It Comes To Their Religion

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This is from Clash Daily.

Muslims have changed Dearborn to Dearbornistahn.

If you want Sharia laws move to some seventh century Muslim dung hole.

It is called art and free speech to drop a crucifix in urine.

It is called art and free speech to smear elephant dung on the Virgin Mary.

But say something about the pedophile Mohammed and its blasphemy.

On Friday, over 1,000 activists gathered in Dearborn, Michigan, to rally against free speech, protesting an online anti-Islamic video some still claim is the motivation behind protests in the Middle East.

“There is a need for deterrent legal measures against those individuals or groups that want to damage relations between people, spread hate and incite violence,” said organizer Osama Siblani, a publisher for Arab-American News and self-proclaimed “moderate.”

“We firmly reject the actions by those who abuse the universal right of free speech to sow the seeds of hate and discord against the religious beliefs of others,” he added.

Henry Payne wrote at the Detroit News that Siblani “is apparently oblivious to how gutting the First Amendment would affect his own business.”

According to Payne, organizers “seek an international law banning what they define as anti-Mohammed speech that would supersede American law.”

The event comes just days after President Obama told the United Nations General Assembly that the “future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.”

The Detroit Free Press reported that Friday’s rally was “the third protest in metro Detroit over the movie, the biggest one yet.”
“Say No to Hate-Mongering, Say No to Islamophobia,” said a banner at the Ford Performing Arts & Community Center.

Among those speaking at the event were Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Richard Halloran, and civil rights leaders like Donnell White, executive director of the Detroit branch of the NAACP.

United we stand, divided we fall,” White said. “We stand with you as our brothers and sisters.”
“We need to speak out against discrimination against Islam,” Judge Halloran said.

Payne notes that the rally “comes at a time when hate crimes toward Muslims in America have dropped more 50 percent in a decade.”

Another rally is scheduled to take place on Saturday, the Free Press reported.

Related:
‘Innocence of Muslims’ filmmaker arrested, held without bail
Christians stoned by American Muslims in Dearborn as police watch

Rep. John Conyers calls for government policy to counter anti-Muslim attitudes

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FEDs Hunt Anti-Muslim Filmmaker Rather than People Who Killed US Ambassador

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This is from Godfather Politics.

Why isn’t finding these murdering scumbag’s top priority?

Limiting free speech is a Obama administration priority.

This movie is what is causing these goat humpers to riot.

But Obama bragging about killing Osama would not offend anyone.

 

The filmmaker of the anti-Islam film lives in the United States. If this is true, then why is our government tracking down any filmmaker for any reason? Let’s rehearse the First Amendment for our government officials:

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

In addition to protecting “the free exercise of religion,” even if it’s one religion criticizing another religion, the First Amendment also prohibits our national government from interfering with speech and the press.

Every day in America people attack worldviews they don’t agree with. Some do it with factual statements and reasoned argumentation, and others try to make their case with satire and ridicule. The First Amendment was put into place to protect people from tyrants who would use their power to prohibit speech that was critical of the way the governed.

King James I of England detested the Geneva Bible, first published in 1560, because he believed it questioned the divine right of kings. He did a novel thing. He commissioned a group of scholars to produce a new translation. We know it today as the Authorized Version or more popularly known as the King James Version of the Bible.

Sometimes the best way to deal with a critic is to ignore him. If this anti-Muslim film is so bad, the Muslims should have ignored it or produced an answer to it. Like fascists and tyrants of the past, they use terror to force compliance.

Just because you’re able to shut someone up doesn’t mean that you’ve convinced that person that your position is correct.

There is nothing criminal in producing a film critical of Islam. The real criminals are the ones who killed four United States citizens on United States soil. Our embassies are an extension of the United States. If people attack an embassy, they attack the United States.

Not only has our government attacked the filmmaker but the media, who are protected by the First Amendment have also gotten into the act. For example,

“ABC journalist Christiane Amanpour on Wednesday compared the rioting and murder that followed Middle Eastern anger over an anti-Islamic movie to yelling ‘fire in a crowded theater.’ Regarding filmmaker Sam Bacile and the killing of U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens in Libya, Amanpour derided, So, now, one has to, really, try to figure out the extremists in this country and the extremists out there who are using this and whipping up hatred.’”

Crying “fire” in a crowded theater is not about inciting people to violence and rioting. No one’s going to shoot up the place if someone shouts “fire.” It’s the trampling that might take place as people race for the exits. The analogy is false.

Neal Boortz writes, “Perhaps Christiane Amanpour should spend more time worrying about a religion that condones this type of violence, then one American exercising his right to free speech.”

It’s possible that there’s more to this story than meets the eye.

I’ve posted the article “Was the Anti-Muslim Film Actually Produced by Muslims and Blamed on Christians?” on the Political Outcast site.

 

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