While its long past time that Congress Investigated the Islamic 5th Column Invading America, WHY DOES REPRESENTATIVE KING LIMIT HIS INVESTIGATION ONLY TO THE ISLAMIC CONVERSION OF THE YOUTH OF AMERICA TO JIHAD? ? ?
This alone IS Stirring Up the Islamic 5th Column in America and their fellow
Anti-Americans the Progressive/Marxists. Their Rabid Attacks, on this minor part of their efforts to create a World Wide Caliphate, demonstrates their fear this will lead to a Complete Exposure of their Major Goal, an "ISLAMIC AMERICA".
Do not for a second doubt that this is the Goal of All Islamists in America and World Wide - All Mosques, the leaders of the Islamic Community, all support a World Wide Caliphate, Ruling all Nations and Peoples under Shari Law. IF THIS IS NOT THE CASE WHY IS IT THAT A LARGE PART OF AMERICAN ISLAMIST'S DONATIONS TO THEIR MOSQUES GO TO ALL ISLAM'S BROTHERHOOD OF TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS? ? ?
All America needs to wake up to this Threat to Our Free America that is supported by the Progressive/Marxists as well, because the Goals their The Same - the Control of All Things and All Peoples - If we continue to ignore this Islamic Invasion of America, aided by its allies Hussain Obama, who has cunningly combined Islam and Marxism, together with the Progressive/Marxists in Congress we will have no one to blame but ourselves for their Enslavement of America.
Source and complete article: hometown.com
It's Not Just al-Qaeda
The New York Times reported that Qaradawi told his listeners: "Don't fight history ... The Arab world has changed." The Times added that he "struck themes of democracy and pluralism, long hallmarks of his writing and preaching. . Scholars who have studied his work say Sheikh Qaradawi has long argued that Islamic law supports the idea of a pluralistic, multiparty, civil democracy."
Among those scholars is John Esposito, University Professor and professor of religion and international affairs at Georgetown University, who has called Qaradawi a "reformist." Imam Feisal Rauf, the well-known proponent of the Ground Zero mosque project, concurs, adding that Qaradawi is "the most well-known legal authority in the whole Muslim world today."
Among the facts that the Times, Esposito and Rauf gloss over: Qaradawi has said he favors the "spread of Islam until it conquers the entire world and includes both the East and West [marking] the beginning of the return of the Islamic Caliphate." He has issued a fatwa saying that the "abduction and killing of Americans in Iraq is a [religious] obligation." He has praised Imad Mugniyah, the terrorist mastermind behind the 1983 suicide bombings in Beirut, in which 241 U.S. Marines were killed -- more than on any other single day since the Battle of Iwo Jima. He has justified "martyrdom operations," saying it is incorrect to view them as a form of suicide prohibited by Islamic law. He has extolled Hitler, saying the Führer "managed to put [Jews] in their place. This was divine punishment for them. Allah willing, the next time will be at the hands of the believers [Muslims]."
Are these really the views of a moderate - the spiritual guide and "legal authority" of an organization that "eschews violence"?
To be fair, the Muslim Brotherhood's Egyptian branch did renounce violence in Egypt. But, as Joscelyn points out, that decision was clearly a "survival tactic" at a time when Egyptian authorities were responding to violence by imprisoning and/or executing the Brotherhood's leaders.
What about Clapper's contention that the Brotherhood "has decried al-Qaeda as a perversion of Islam"? Joscelyn found no evidence to support that contention. Members of the Brotherhood have criticized al-Qaeda for killing innocent civilians. But they include only Muslims in that category. Neither an American setting up a health clinic in Afghanistan nor an Israel child in a playground would be viewed as an "innocent civilian."
What's more, in 2008, Muhammad Mahdi 'Akef, then the "supreme guide" of the Brotherhood, stated in an interview that he considered Osama bin Laden "a jihad fighter." He meant it as a compliment.
Joscelyn also found "little to no daylight between what the MB and al-Qaeda want in the long-term: to resurrect an Islamic caliphate ruled by Sharia law." No doubt there are differences of opinion within the organization about the best means toward these ends. But does that really qualify the organization as "heterogeneous"?
By now you may be wondering: How does America's top intelligence official get so much so wrong? Another of my FDD colleagues, Reuel Marc Gerecht, a former CIA operative, recently remarked that "group think" is an "unavoidable, and usually undetectable, affliction for intelligence analysts who want to prosper professionally."
And it is an affliction generally acquired early. Most intelligence analysts are recruited from American universities, more than a few of which have accepted large donations from Middle Eastern oil billionaires. For example, Georgetown, whose leading authority on Islam I cited above, has accepted $20 million. Harvard also has raked in tens of millions to establish programs of "Islamic studies." Harvard now boasts the Prince Alwaweed Bin Talal Professor in Contemporary Islamic Thought and Life, the King Fahd Chair for Islamic Shariah Studies, the H.E. Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Yamani Islamic Legal Studies Fund, and the Bakr M. Binladin Visiting Scholars Fund (set up in 1994 by Osama Bin Laden's brother).
Is it possible that the dollars contributed are intended less as gifts than as investments - investments that are paying off by saddling America with too many academics and intelligence analysts who are both misinformed and misleading? Imagine if Chairman King were to hold a hearing at which such questions were asked. The cries of "McCarthyite witch hunts" would reverberate for days through the concrete canyons of Manhattan.