The horrific act of violence committed by two Islamic terrorists that pledged allegiance to ISIS was condemned by Muslims across the country with the same cookie cutter narrative as all the other terror attacks.
What’s slightly different this time is the tone of those condemnations, as Muslims express anger and shock, but not that two Muslims committed the act, but that they are targets that will suffer from backlash. Once again, the woe is me facade is dominating the conversation.
In Tennessee, Muslim leaders gathered to call for “unity and action”. Sabina Mohyaddin, a board member of the American Muslim Advisory council (AMAC), claims to be mortified, and assures the public they are solidifying their relationship with law enforcement. So the Muslims are going to allow their mosques to be surveilled, stop bringing the radical speakers to their mosques, and communicate with police when they suspect an issue within the community? Not quite.
Their idea of “working with law enforcement” is asking for more police protection at their mosques. Their other idea of “working with law enforcement” is more sensitivity training so police understand their “religion”.
It would be comical if it were not so serious, but the very “leaders” rushing to be on TV are themselves supporters of Islamic terror organizations. In a statement released by the director of the American Muslim Advisory Council (AMAC) in Tennessee, Paul Galloway reinforces Mohyaddin’s sentments that the violence must be stopped. (https://www.facebook.com/AmericanMuslimAdvisoryCouncil/posts/959129157495117)
Paul Galloway is from one of those Islamic terror organizations, the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR). Galloway was the founder and director of the Houston chapter of CAIR and maintains relationships with known Muslim Brotherhood supporter, Mohammed Elibiary. Elibiary was an advisor in the U.S Dept of Homeland Security until he made several tweets agreeing the Islamic Caliphate should return. Galloway and Elibiary also worked together for Elibiary’s Freedom and Justice Foundation.
Sabina Mohyuddin isn’t quite so naive either. In a presentation in Manchester TN in 2013, she opened her presentation referencing two Muslim Brotherhood organizations, the Fiqh Council of North America (FCNA) and the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), that she believes “help American Muslims stay true to their religious values while being uniquely American.” Yes, Muslim Brotherhood organizations.
Ossama Bahloul, (pictured at podium), the Imam at the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro is truly the poster man for the Muslim Brotherhood. Bahloul came to Murfreesboro from Al Ahzar University in Cairo Egypt. Al Ahzar Universty is the top higher learning institution in Egypt, which promotes the ideology of ISIS. (http://dailyrollcall.com/2015/11/29/the-isis-al-azhar-murfreesboro-imam-connection/)
Yes, Tennessee Muslim leaders want to stop the violence perpetrated by the use of guns. Perhaps Imam Ahmedulhadi Sharif of the Islamic Center of Tennessee missed that memo.
But wait, while Muslims in Tennessee continue the victim narrative, the real truth of how the Islamists feel is revealed by the terror organization CAIR. In a Friday CNN interview, Hussam Ayloush, of the group’s Los Angeles chapter, said “American foreign policy has helped fuel the rage that drives Muslim radicals to kill in the name of their faith.” Ayloush said U.S. support for repressive regimes in the Middle East, including Egypt, “push people over to the edge.” (http://www.foxnews.com/us/2015/12/04/muslim-leader-from-cair-tells-cnn-america-bears-some-blame-for-terror-attacks/)
Ah, finally the truth. Thank you CAIR for admitting Muslims kill in the name of their faith.
Could CAIR send that message to their members and supporters in Tennessee?