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Muslims Revolted by CAIR's Partisan Policies


Will Coley:

For 3 days now, libertarian activists and media personalities have been inundating CAIR national with emails, and spamming their Facebook page with links, in an attempt to get them to acknowledge the work being done, trying to carve a space for Muslims OUTSIDE the Democrat party.

For 3 days those emails, and spam have not(technically) been ignored. Internal emails about the video have been sent out….emails that I can only speculate as to their full contents of, but you can assume their contents as NO Cair page has shared the link as of yet. (if you can find one that has plz prove me wrong)

This tells me that CAIR national has no intention of acknowledging work that is outside their accepted parameters. Gatekeepers, to the muslim community is what they are trying to be. So in response it's time for the next phase in our media war. Print and radio media.

A small army of libertarian bloggers are going to ask the question; "Why do major muslim organizations ignore certain activism?"

Is it political partisanship? is it ego? is it fear of losing donations to EFFECTIVE groups fighting the haters? Is it a gatekeeper mentality, is it fear of being REPLACED as the voice of American muslims? Why do national muslim groups worship the DNC? Why do national muslim groups endorse unislamic political positions to please the DNC?

I hope other muslim groups stand up and take notice……if you put a wall in front of me, or M4L, to prevent or slow our progress, I'm coming THROUGH that wall, from now on. No more mr nice guy, no more letting it slide.

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Saladin & Why the Shia are a Problem


Meinhaj Hussain

Sallahudin Ayubi (Saladin), before he marched on Jerusalem and defeated the Crusaders spent 10 years fighting the Shia. How can one understand this, what appears on the surface as blatant sectarianism on the part of a widely celebrated hero of Islam?

The war in Iraq, with the US invasion started with Shiite dissident exiled politicians fabricating evidence of WMDs and nuclear weapons. As soon as Saddam was defeated, Shiite militias, trained and armed by Iran started systematically commiting genocide against Sunni residents. So much so that today, a former sunni-shia mixed city of Baghdad, which had by some acxounts a Sunni majority, harfly has any Sunnis left.

This kind of ganging up and murdering Sunnis has happened in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Iran. Iran, where not only are Sunnis severly oppressed but legally you cannot convert to Sunni Islam.

Where does this attitude come from? An ordinary Shia seems fine enough, "just like us". Yet the problem is that, that ordinary Shia accepts a blind following of their religious leaders. And in the depth of Shia theology, Sunnis can be treated as nonMuslim, this information directly from an honest Shia who actually studied the theology, directly to me (no third party). The reason most people dont hear about it is that the ordinary Shia either dont know or are using a uniquely Shiite concept "taqiya" - lying to protect their religion.

I am not a Sunni, I have always till recently advocated unity. I have serious issues with contemporary Islamic theology - i believe we (everybody) may be worshipping bearded men of their own flavor than Allah. And Allah knows best. I have supported Hizbollah and Iran before. Now I realize how naive I was, now I realize why Salahuddin Ayubi had to defeat the Shia before he could liberate Palestine.

Speaking the truth and standing for what is just is incumbent upon us, no matter how unpopular that truth is... No matter if none of my posts regarding this gets a "like". The irony is I am defending the Sunnis when according to a Sunni scholar, Sheikh Abdul Hakim Murad no less, my testimony would not be acceptable in a Sunni Ottoman court because I am a "fasiq" aka deviant. I dislike to the nth Wahabis also. Yet it seems these various Sunnis and self-aggrandizing groups only "pray" and twiddle their thumbs...
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