Thursday, November 16, 2017

UTT Throwback Thursday: US Businesses Submit to Islam

UTT Throwback Thursday
U.S. Businesses Submit to Islam

When jihadis complain, they do it to elicit a response, specifically, the submission to Islam/sharia.

Mattel has now joined other businesses submitting to Islam by producing a sharia-adherent muslim Barbie doll.

Mattel stated:  "We are so excited to honor Ibtihaj Muhammad with a one-of-a-kind Barbie doll...Ibtihaj continues to inspire women and girls everywhere to break boundaries."

Mattel is referring to the Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad in whose image the doll was made.

By producing this doll, Mattel is overtly promoting the abuse of women under sharia which calls for women who do not cover to be raped and/or beaten.

This harkens back to 1997 when Nike took a knee and submitted to the terrorist group Hamas doing business as the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) by pulling a line of basketball shoes the terrorists claimed was "offensive" because the logo looked like the Arabic word for Allah.

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UTT's John Guandolo Honored

Last night, UTT's President John Guandolo was honored along with a delegation of Patriots from Texas at the Center for Security Policy's annual Keeper of the Flame Award banquet.

The award was presented to Guandolo/UTT for his and UTT's work in speaking truth about the Islamic threat in America and training/teaching law enforcement, military, and intelligence professionals as well as state and national leaders.

The Keeper of the Flame Award was presented to U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (Texas).

Earlier in the day, Guandolo spoke on Capitol Hill on the Islamic threat and what must be done to defeat it.

In 2007 Guandolo was awarded the "Defender of the Homeland Award" by U.S. Senators Jon Kyl and Joseph Lieberman on behalf of CSP.

To read the CSP article on the event click HERE.

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