The United States Council on Muslim Organizations(USCMO) is a new political party formed by Muslim Brotherhood groups in America. What makes them dangerous are several factors, the first being their sole purpose is to effect change within our government by pushing Muslim candidates that hold Sharia law more dearly than the U.S Constitution.
The USCMO recently held their first conference in the West, which included leaders of various Islamic establishments from around the globe, but included big players in the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas such as Kifah Mustapha, and Nihad Awad. But for Tennesseans, there was a real surprise.
Daoud Abudiab, the self promoted interfaith guru in Middle Tennessee was right smack in the middle of this conference with the Muslim Brotherhood. Daoud Abudiab, of Franklin TN, in Williamson County, attended a conference filled with Islamic extremists, who have vowed to change America, and espouse one government, one law, and one religion, and that religion isn’t Christianity or Judaism.
Daoud Abudiab, the king of the interfaith movement, proclaiming your god is the same as his, who touts love for all religions as he breaks bread at his “A Seat at the Table” events, was front and center at the Muslim Brotherhood’s political party conference.
Daoud Abudiab’s supporters, like the woman of Williamson Strong, who he has befriended, will undoubtedly come to his side, as will those in the Family of Abraham, and his own members of his Faith and Culture Center. However, a word of caution to those that want to defend Mr. Abudiab. The United States Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO) is the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas. According to the U.S Dept of State, Hamas is a designated Foreign Terrorist Organization, and currently Congress is attempting to pass a bill that will deem the Muslim Brotherhood one as well.
This isn’t about diversity, bigotry, racism, or Islamophobia as his allies will contend. This is about who Mr. Abudiab associates with, and what his true beliefs are. Understanding the goal of the Muslim Brotherhood is paramount to understanding how his role in Interfaith and Dawa are an essential part of the Brotherhoods agenda. Taken from their own words, from a document titled ” Explanatory Memorandum on The General Strategic Goal For the Group in North America,” this list explains the need for Dawa( proselytizing of Islam) and friendships with other religions, as well as the formation of a political party. That Political party is the United States Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO). whose conference Abudiab attended.
This document, along with several others, was admitted into evidence by federal prosecutors in the 2008 trial of the Holy Land Foundation, this countries largest terrorism funding case to date. As Department of Justice Official Jeff Breinholt has stated, the Explanatory Memorandum provides key insight into the nature of the Muslim Brotherhood and it’s activities. Only now are members of the Brotherhood in America distancing themselves from this document, as Congress is pushing for bill ( S.2230) The Muslim Brotherhood Terrorist Designation Act of 2015, which would designate the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization in the United States.
Those staunch supporters and friends of Abudiab will most certainly argue he is a good man who is very religious, a loving family man, and a good American. However, it is his ideology that separates him from the truth. An ideology that allows him to be deceptive by convincing others Islam is peaceful, tolerant and the same as Christianity.
From the Reliance of the Traveler, the classical manual of Islamic Sacred Law (Shari’ah)(p. 746 – 8.2) – “Speaking is a means to achieve objectives. If a praiseworthy aim is attainable through both telling the truth and lying, it is unlawful to accomplish through lying because there is no need for it. When it is possible to achieve such an aim by lying but not by telling the truth, it is permissible to lie if attaining the goal is permissible (N:i.e. when the purpose of lying is to circumvent someone who is preventing one from doing something permissible), and obligatory to lie if the goal is obligatory… it is religiously precautionary in all cases to employ words that give a misleading impression…
Unfortunately, there will be those associated with Abudiab that feel he can do no wrong, and those that will lash out against those of us exposing him. However, the discovery of Abudiab attending a conference of Muslim Brotherhood leaders is troublesome to say the least. For those that will reach for straws for ways to justify it, stop. Stop and think of who you are now associating with. How will you justify continuing a relationship with a man who supports and attends Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas functions. This isn’t my fault, this isn’t hate or Islamophobia, this is a picture of a man who has hidden his agenda, and is now exposed.