The City of Tulsa filed a legal brief in April that answered the amended lawsuit by Captain Paul Fields wherein the city alleged, in writing, Fields and his counsel have an anti-Islamic agenda! OMG - these are the key buzz words of those on the far-left! Tulsa police captains were ordered to send officers to an event at the Islamic Society of Tulsa (IST) in early March after few, if any, officers volunteered to go. Fields refused the order.
The allegation the City of Tulsa made is shocking considering the extensive documentation there is about the infiltration of the Muslim Brotherhood into our country and how it ties into the Islamic Society of Tulsa. Perhaps, Fields isn't even aware of any of this information. I suspect he isn't. Fields was punished with a two week suspension and reassigned after he felt he could not obey the order nor force the officers under his charge to obey it. To do so would have forced others to attend an event billed as "Law Enforcement Appreciation Day." but the invitation was primarily to teach them about Islam it could be argued. Therefore, the event was positioned to involve Islamic proselytizing, although it was on a voluntary basis. How much the officers would have been encouraged to do any of the suggestions on the invitation is only speculative.
The amended motion Field's attorneies filed states:
"...Prior to being transferred for his refusal to violate his personal religious beliefs, convictions, and conscience, and those of the officers under his charge, Plaintiff was the shift commander for 26 officers and 5 supervisors. As a result of this transfer, Plaintiff was stripped of his command and his stellar reputation as a police officer was irreparably tarnished..."
. The City of Tulsa allegation can be found on page 2 (see link below to read the whole brief):
"...Further, the FAC (first amended complaint) is nothing more than a thinly veiled attempt to promote and advance what appears to be the anti-Islamic agenda and aims of the Thomas More Law Center see, ¶¶ 38-60 of the FAC), to which agenda and aims it appears the named Plaintiff, Paul Fields, subscribes, despite his formerly expressed public claims to the contrary..."
Perhaps it's just me, but, the City of Tulsa's legal counsel doesn't seem to have a good grasp of the difference between Islamism (political Islam and its Islamic supremacy goals) and quiet private worship. How do you - more importantly - how do government officials and judges distinquish the difference? For starters, the Muslim Brotherhood's written plan to destroy America for Islamic supremacy is, without a doubt, Islamism. It clearly wasn't about the private worship of one's religion but about gaining political control within America, incrimentally, so they could eventually enforce sharia as the ruling order - which is always the goal of Islamic supremacists. This plan to sabotage our government was written in 1991 but wasn't discovered until 2004, affording them many, many years to work in secret, covertly. If you are familiar with it you know very well it wasn't the initial plan, either. To help you understand how the Muslim Brotherhood relates to this case, I suggest you thoroughly study the Backgrounder on the Islamic Society of Tulsa.
Nearly 50,000 Americans have already signed an online petition by ACT for America in support of Captain Fields (its so easy to do) which will be presented to City of Tulsa officials. I should point out CAIR, which is an outgrowth of the Muslim Brotherhood infrastructure in America, hates ACT for America and uses the Southern Poverty Law Center's (SPLC) "anti-Muslim (hate) groups" classification of them when it suits their purposes (see liberals often help Islamists). But, you need to know the left-leaning Center for Media and Democray's SourceWatch is quite critical of SPLC for their ever-expanding classification of hate groups which even includes mainstream conservatives:
"...However, this is due to SPLC's ever expanding definition of “hate groups”, which now includes mainstream conservatives and opponents of illegal immigration. Their critics include both liberals and conservatives, who criticize SPLC's smear tactics and obscuring of pressing social issues such as immigration reform; which actually have broad support..."
CAIR Oklahoma, a local chapter of CAIR, is a close partner with the Islamic Society of Tulsa. Their secretary, Sheryl Siddiqui, is the same woman to whom the Tulsa Police Department was communicating by e-mail for the "mosque tours," (I'm just quoting the subject line of some of the internal emails that wnet back and forth about Fields concern with his superiors).
Will a judge consider the Muslim Brotherhood infrastructure in America in the Fields' case as it relates to the Islamic Society of Tulsa or will it simple be ignored, you know the liberal pc way? In 2008, the Islamic Society of Tulsa invited a man to represent them as THEIR Islamic expert in a debate in with a Christian pastor (a former Muslim). This man was the same man named in the very plan to destroy our country I mentioned above who is a known Muslim Brotherhood leader by the name of Jamal Badawi. This case will clealry require a highly skilled and knowledgeable counsel in Islamism who, hopefully, don't get it assigned to a liberal activist judge.
It is really anti-Islamic to call attention to the Muslim Brotherhood infrastructure in America?
City of Tulsa answer
Fields Amended Complaint
Fields memos, IST invitation, etc.:
Posts on the Islamic Society of Tulsa
Posts on CAIR Oklahoma
Post of Fields vs. City of Tulsa