Saturday, August 20, 2011

Muslim Brotherhood linked ICNA comdemns Norway attack, blames anti-jihadists

The usual smear tactic from Islam.  Condemn their own ideology through blame of others who point out how dangerous that ideology is.  This time, the Islamic Circle of North America, an arm of the MB in the US comes out with this shallow and misleading condemnation, useless except to show their utter disregard for the truth, and their Islamic supremacist agenda.

We will not go quietly, and we will fight to the end.  No surrender, no compromise.  The ICNA, MB and all other Islamists and jihadists will not succeed in their stated goal of turning the US into a sharia-compliant, Islam-only country.  I pledge my life to that goal.

From the ICNA July 24

ICNA Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Norway

Flowers for the jihad victims

JAMAICA, New York (July 24, 2011) – The Islamic Circle of North America issued a press release today condemning the massacre in Norway and extending condolences to the families of victims.

“The terrorist attacks in Oslo and Utoya have saddened us beyond measure. We pray for Norway, and for the families of the victims. We are deeply sorry for their heartrending loss, and hope they find strength in these difficult times.

As American Muslims and as people of conscience we are appalled that numerous news outlets were quick to blame Muslims for these attacks. The media displayed an obvious lack of responsibility by jumping on the Islamophobia bandwagon and reporting false information about these attacks.

The perpetrator of these attacks was a racist, hateful fascist with a 1500-page manifesto and deliberate plan. He was both xenophobic and Islamophobic and was in contact with numerous European and American anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim personalities. We are horrified that such violence was borne from these views.

The rise of Islamophobia fostered by individuals such as Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller has threatened our communities and prompted such acts of violence. ICNA calls upon the international community and the Obama administration to take action against hate groups and so-called ‘experts on Islam’ who promote this kind of bigotry.”

In other words, we don't like people hearing the truth, so we demand censorship by the White House against those who point out our agenda.   

The Islamic Circle of North America is a leading American Muslim organization dedicated to the betterment of society through the promotion of Islamic values. Since 1968, ICNA has worked to build relations between communities by devoting itself to education, outreach, social services and relief efforts.

1 comment:

A Christian Woman Who Has Lived Under Shariah said...

I get it! Stop people from saying, reading, writing or distributing anything that could be even vaguely construed as critical of Islam/Muslims but let organizations like ICNA have free reign...
Sure, that seems fair enough, free speech for them, a gag in the mouth of anyone who may have a differing opinion.
Once freedom of speech is "regulated", the flow of information and our ability to discern truth is in grave danger. Certainly the Internet would be controlled and websites such as this one would be deemed subversive, racist and dangerous. Magazines, pamphlets, newspapers, etc... would all be subject to governmental regulation.
Would our churches then be forced into "political correctness"? Would sermons preaching the word of Christ or the Torah be seen as too inclusive, discriminatory, or "racist"?
Then would come freedom of assembly. We certainly wouldn't want people to attend meetings of groups that are perceived as dangerous or racist, and so that slippery slope that began with the false allegation of "racism" and "Islamapbobia" becomes the death grip around our liberties.
Not a road we should even begin to ponder.