Thursday, November 30, 2017

UTT Throwback Thursday: MPAC's Key Role in Defining the Language in This War

UTT Throwback Thursday
MPAC's Key Role in Defining the Language in This War

Even before the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) went to the White House under President Obama to purge training documents, the MB's Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) made great strides to eliminate language from the U.S. National Security discussion that specifically identifies the enemy.

100% of our Islamic enemy states they are muslims waging jihad to establish an Islamic State (caliphate) under sharia (Islamic law).

The 9/11 Commission Report was issued in 2004 and in it the word JIHAD was used 126 times, the word MUSLIM 145 times, and the word ISLAM 322 times.

The Muslim Brotherhood in the form of the Muslim Public Affairs Council wrote a letter to the Chairman of the 9/11 Commission which said, in part:

"Terminology is important in defining our goals as well as removing roadblocks into hearts and minds.  The 9/11 Commission identifies Islamist terrorism as the threat.  The Muslim Public Affairs Council recommends that the U.S. government find other terminology."

Following  this, MPAC along with other MB/jihadi organizations and supine government official worked to remove all language from U.S. government documents and agencies which actually defines the enemy using the very language the enemy uses to define itself.

You cannot target and defeat an enemy you cannot define.  You cannot define an enemy if you cannot use the very language that defines him.

This is exactly the enemy's intent.  Today inside the U.S. government, federal agencies cannot even use the language necessary to factually define the enemy, and they have silenced all truthful discussion about the threat.  This will lead us to defeat.

Exactly what the enemy intends.

The remedy: speak truthfully and boldly about the enemy using clearly defined language.

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Eye on Iran: Turkish Gold Trader Details Money Laundering Scheme for Iran

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A Turkish-Iranian gold trader described in a U.S. court on Wednesday how he ran a sprawling international money laundering scheme aimed at helping Iran get around U.S. sanctions and spend its oil and gas revenues abroad.

One American prisoner has lost six teeth from malnutrition. Another tried to kill himself. A third, a Briton, is traumatized by the possibility her sentence could be doubled. They are among the foreign nationals incarcerated in Iran on spying or sedition charges, a continuing source of tension in that country's relations with Western nations, particularly the United States and Britain. Many are Iranians with dual citizenship. Now, the prisoner issue is heating up as President Trump threatens to derail the nuclear agreement with Iran and possibly revive onerous American sanctions. Nearly two years after a group of American captives in Iran was freed when the nuclear accord took effect - in return for the release of a group of Iranians held in the United States - there is speculation that another prisoner exchange may be sought.

The Trump administration has put a stop to U.S. purchases of nuclear materials from Iran, a policy that first began under the Obama administration in an attempt to ensure Iran remains in compliance with the landmark nuclear deal.


Iranian Army Chief General Mousavi and IRGC Commander Brig. Gen. Jafari met Sunday to discuss the necessity of boosting Army, Navy, air force and missile powers.


The Iranian oil minister claimed that energy-related firms from the U.S. are the main losers from the sanctions placed against his country. Iran's oil-dominated economy has been hampered by sanctions put in place by the U.S. since the Iranian Revolution of 1979. In 2016, many restrictions were removed, but Washington has continued to bar American citizens and companies from most forms of investment or trade with the country.


Imports of Iranian crude by major buyers in Asia fell in October from a sixth-month high hit the previous month, dropping for the first time since June, with South Korea the only big Asian importer to increase loadings. 


Turkish and Iranian ministers have signed an agreement with Qatar aimed at increasing the flow of goods to the Gulf state. Qatar faces trade restrictions from its Middle Eastern neighbors, including Saudi Arabia. The Saudi government has said it wants to punish Qatar for its ties with Iran and suspected links to terrorist groups.

Iran denied access to its airspace to a Bulgarian government jet taking a delegation led by Prime Minister Boyko Borissov to Tehran's regional arch-enemy Saudi Arabia, Sofia's foreign minister said on Wednesday. 

A number of Lebanese lawyers have presented a case to the judiciary calling for "the halting of Al-Nabaa and Lualua, two channels funded by Iran," a judicial source told The Daily Star Wednesday.

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The Great Palestinian Shakedown: Have the Arabs Had Enough?

In this mailing:
  • Bassam Tawil: The Great Palestinian Shakedown: Have the Arabs Had Enough?
  • Debalina Ghoshal: North Korea Ships Chemical Weapons to Syria: Nukes Next?
  • Uzay Bulut: Turkey Rejects "Moderate Islam"

The Great Palestinian Shakedown: Have the Arabs Had Enough?

by Bassam Tawil  •  November 30, 2017 at 5:00 am
  • Many people in the West are not aware that the Palestinians are trying to torpedo any peace initiative in order to blame others.
  • The Palestinians are crying Wolf, Wolf! -- but only a few in the Arab world are listening to them. This, in a way, is encouraging and offers hope for them finally to be released from decades of repressive and corrupt governance.
  • These are just some of the challenges Saudi Crown Prince is facing. It is important to support him in the face of attacks by some Palestinians and other spoilers.
Saudi Arabia and most of the Arab countries are obviously fed up with the recurring attempts by the Palestinians to blackmail them and extort money from them. Pictured: Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas embraces Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, December 30, 2015. (Photo by Thaer Ghanaim/Palestinian Press Office via Getty Images)
A young Saudi man has posted videos on social media in which he calls the Palestinians "dogs" and "pigs." The man says that Saudi Arabia has provided the ungrateful Palestinians with "billions of dollars" during the past few decades. "The Palestinians," the Saudi man charges, "have been milking us for decades."
The videos, which have since gone viral, have understandably drawn strong condemnations from Palestinians, who say they would not have been made public without the tacit approval of the Saudi authorities. For the Palestinians, the abusive videos represent yet another sign of increased tensions in their relations with Saudi Arabia.
Further evidence of Saudi disdain for the Palestinians was provided in a video posted by Saudi Arabia featuring a Palestinian gunman as a terrorist.

North Korea Ships Chemical Weapons to Syria: Nukes Next?

by Debalina Ghoshal  •  November 30, 2017 at 4:30 am
  • Syria could, of course, also acquire nuclear weapons from North Korea. Syria already possesses ballistic missiles; the chemical weapons are already there.
  • In the past, North Korea has shipped ballistic missiles to Hezbollah and Hamas via Syria; they will probably continue to do so, and to terrorist organizations as well.
North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs have been both alarming the US and destabilizing the Middle East. Pictured: A mobile ballistic missile launcher at North Korea's 2013 Victory Day parade. (Image source: Stefan Krasowski/Flickr)
North Korea is reported to be shipping chemical weapons to Syria. The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has stated that activity has been intercepted during the past six months and that North Korea is also shipping conventional weapons there. Furthermore, a Syrian government entity, the Scientific Studies and Research Centre, has apparently established cooperation with the Korean Mining Development Trading Corporation (KOMID), North Korea's key arms exporter, and blacklisted by the UN Security Council
Shipping weapons and chemical weapons to Syria brings cash-strapped North Korea hard currency, Meanwhile Syria, thick in a civil war, can only acquire sophisticated weapons and weapons of mass destruction through a black market; so a sanctioned North Korea is ideal.

Turkey Rejects "Moderate Islam"

by Uzay Bulut  •  November 30, 2017 at 4:00 am
  • "These epithets of 'moderate Islam' are very ugly, it is disrespectful and an insult to our religion. There is no moderate or immoderate Islam. Islam is Islam and that's it." — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
  • In keeping with Erdoğan's assertions, the Turkish government-funded Directorate of Religious Affairs (Diyanet) published in July a detailed 140-page report, which stated that Islam is "superior" to Judaism and Christianity, and that "interfaith dialogue is unacceptable."
  • "The word kafir is the worst word in the human language. It is far worse than the n-word, because the n-word is a personal opinion, whereas, kafir is Allah's decree." — Dr. Bill Warner, director of the Center for the Study of Political Islam (CSPI).
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan recently rejected the concept of "moderate Islam" again, saying, "Islam cannot be either 'moderate' or 'not moderate.' Islam can only be one thing," and that the "patent of this concept originated in the West," which "really want[s] to weaken Islam." Pictured: Erdogan in Hamburg, Germany on July 8, 2017. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
At a conference on women's entrepreneurship, held in Ankara on November 9 and hosted by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan rejected the concept of "moderate Islam". Referring to the vow by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman -- during the Future Investment Initiative conference in Riyadh on Oct. 25 -- to turn his country into a bastion of "moderate Islam," Erdoğan said, "Islam cannot be either 'moderate' or 'not moderate.' Islam can only be one thing." He also claimed that the "patent of this concept originated in the West," which "really want[s] to weaken Islam."
Erdoğan has consistently communicated his thoughts about the term "moderate Islam" often used in the West to describe his Justice and Development Party (AKP). As early as 2007, he said: "These epithets of 'moderate Islam' are very ugly, it is disrespectful and an insult to our religion. There is no moderate or immoderate Islam. Islam is Islam and that's it."


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