Speaking of Sharia law, in Kansas a Muslim woman, Hala Hamdeh, is arguing in court that her sharia marriage agreement with Hussein Hamdeh, a Wichita State University physics professor, deprives her of her community property rights which she is seeking legally. It's noteworthy to mention Kansas recently passed a law similar to Oklahoma's amendment. This case should be interesting to follow and has been ongoing, apparently, since 2010.
Anyway back to Holzbauer Frazier - who went on to imply this kind of so-called extreme rhetoric caused others up to take violent action like eight vandalism acts that took place across the country recently such as paint balls on a Oklahoma City mosque front door and pig legs tossed near a mosque. The most serious of these incidents was a fire at a mosque in Joplin, Missouri but the cause of the fire, at this point, is undetermined authorities say.
Did I read Holzbauer Frazier's words right? Expressing a concern about radical Islamists or safeguarding our laws from foreign influence is extreme??? Really? She also said "Applauding suspicion of an entire people group while feigning surprise when violence against that very same group surges is at best disingenuous, and at worst dangerous." Did any of those public officials she mentioned say their concerns were about ALL Muslims? Did they? They sure seemed specific about their concerns to me. Their were concerned about Islamic supremacists, such as the Muslim Brotherhood and radicals like Hamas and those who want the right to use sharia law in the U.S. For clarification, which I always like to mention, sharia law or Islamic jurisprudence is not the same thing as sharia guidance.
To say legitimate concerns is extreme rhetoric is absurd and an insult to common sense. To claim these concerns cause others to act violently is disturbing.
Are you aware the Muslim Brotherhood has an American based in New York who is an editor for their official english website Ikhwanweb? He tweets under an alias @HazemMalky out of worries about the U.S. government and, as the Muslim Brotherhood stated it, the Zionist elements here (Ikhwanweb: 2nd to last paragraph). This Muslim Brotherhood operative is trained as a medical doctor and is likely working in the medical field in the New York City area. So, if I call attention to this am I using extreme rhetoric?
Recently, a Islamic supremacist group Hizb ut Tahrir America, who came out of the shadows after Obama was elected president, planned a caliphate conference in Chicago this July. CAIR Chicago tweeted those who critized this conference and caused it to be cancelled were Islamophobic. Think about this - if you criticize Hizb ut Tahrir's Islamic supremacist goal to end our constitution - our form of government and our way of life and impose sharia law on us - CAIR says is Islamophobic!
Here's the link to their tweet which tagged this disturbing caliphate conference Islamophobic. Notice CAIR didn't tweet it was a caliphate conference even though this is exactly what it was titled. Here's an article in The Blaze about the conference you can review. CAIR calls nearly any legitimate concern about Islamic supremacy and radical Islamists Islamophobic, bigotry, anti-Islam or anti-Muslim. It's part of their strategy and they probably were the ones who came up with the word Islamophobic, in the first place. Whenever they bully others with name-calling, it's a big clue you should study the issue or concern they are trying to stiffle a little more deeper.
In Dearborn, Michigan, the city that has the largest population of Muslims, a Christian pastor was actually arrested for preaching the Bible in public! He did later sue the city and he did win but THIS HAPPENED IN AMERICA - NOT Afghanistan. And, it reaks of Islamic supremacy. Am I anti-Muslim because I write about this arrest?
Why I find Jillian Holzbauer Frazier an unlikely choice for the role as the first communication director for CAIR Oklahoma - a group whose primary mission is to promote Islam - is the fact she is Jewish. We know this from an article from January 2009 about an anti-Israel protest where she was interviewed:
At least one Jewish member participated in Monday’s demonstration.
Jillian Holzbauer of Stillwater carried a sign saying, "This Jew supports peace in Palestine.”
Holzbauer, a student at Oklahoma State University, said she spent the past three summers in the West Bank working with Holy Land Trust, a Palestinian nonprofit group...
The Holy Land Trust (@holylandtrust) in Palestine? This is a group that seems not to understand why Israel has been forced to protect itself from Hamas, whose stated mission is to destroy it for Islam and who carried out countless violent attacks against Israel - killing hundreds of Israelis. This protest was also when CAIR's first director, Razi Hashmi, stood up for Hamas as reported in the same article:
America should take immediate steps to end Israel’s "illegal and immoral” offensive against the Gaza Strip’s Hamas rulers, the executive director of the Oklahoma City chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said Monday.
The protest was disturbing as the picture below shows and was organized by CAIR Oklahoma. Israel is the homeland created by the U.N. for the Jewish people following the Holacuast and centuries of caliphate domination in the region. The Islamists of the world have NEVER ONCE accepted Israel. Furthermore, CAIR Oklahoma didn't have a problem with signs that said Israel was the real terrorist at this protest. In this regard, I see CAIR as two-faced hypocrites.
In a May sermon, CAIR's Michigan director Dawud Walid asked in English "Who are those who incurred the wrath of Allah?"- then he said "They are the Jews - They are the Jews" twice in Arabic - implying they are the scourge of the earth.
During Ramadan this year, Walid called it silly that Israel police stopped an Iftar dinner funded by the terrorist organization - Hamas! Remember, their written mission is to destroy Israel for Islam. The Muslim Brotherhood supports Hamas.
The bottom line is CAIR, an organization started by leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood's Islamic Association of Palestine (later shut down by the U.S. government), needs to stop with their daily bullying name-calling Alinsky-type tactic and start answering questions. One of those IAP leaders is CAIR's national executive director, Nihad Awad, so its not removed from its IAP founding members. As a point of reference - it's worth mentioning that the Muslim Brotherhood was started by one man in Egypt in the early 1920s and today, less than 100 years later, it now controls Egypt.