Thursday, January 31, 2019

Islam's Ambitious Mission

Islam's Ambitious Mission

Every organization has a mission or a mission statement with a goal in mind.  It works day and night to reach its ultimate target.  Think of Islam as an organization (not just another religion) with an ambitious mission.  What is that ambition? you might ask.

While our fellow Americans are snoozing, or at least not as active or proactive as their counterparts, Muslims never deviate and never stop pursuing their goal of world domination.  They place their primary focus on non-Islamic lands – in this case, Europe and the United States.

Knowing Islam intimately, please allow me to assure you that to Muslims, the goal is everything.  Let's call it "religious fascism."  Islam condones any and all means to achieve its goal.  The ultimate objective of Islam is the rule of the entire world under the Islamic Ummah – never mind that these life-in-hand soldiers of Allah disagree with one another regarding the Ummah itself and who is to reign over it.  That's a "family dispute" that they will resolve by their usual favorite method: brute force.

Like any organization and sub-organization, conflict exists within Islam.  Muslims do disagree with one another on several issues.  Each Islamic sect believes that it has the Prophet and Allah on its side and will prevail over the other.  For now, they should work diligently to achieve the intermediary goal of defeating all non-believers.  There are countless instances that substantiate Muslims' "ends justifies the means" guiding principle.  This policy dates to Muhammad himself.

Muhammad repeatedly made peace covenants with his adversaries, only to violate them as soon as he was in an advantageous position.  Betrayal, deception, and outright lies are fully condoned in furthering the work of Islam.  In the present-day world, the work of Islam is defined by an entrenched and influential clergy who issue fatwas – rulings – that become directives and laws to the faithful.

As an example, Ayatollah Khomeini, the founder of the Iranian Islamic state, made extensive use of the fatwa.  Widely known in the west is Khomeini's fatwa condemning Salman Rushdie to death for his book The Satanic Verses.  A less known fatwa of Khomeini during the last Iran-Iraq War led to the slaughter of thousands of Iranian children.  Children, nearly all under 15 years of age, were given plastic "keys to paradise" as they were commanded by the fatwa of Khomeini to rush forward to clear minefields for the tanks to follow.  The Islamic murderers, in obedience to the fatwa of a bloodthirsty man of Allah, had no problem in deceiving the clueless lads with made-in-China plastic keys to paradise.

Such is the existential threat of Islam.  It is a rigid Stone-Age controlling system with a stranglehold over many of nearly one and a half billion people under its command.

A dangerous feature of the fascistic personality is the relative lack of independent thought.  This deficiency makes the person highly amenable to manipulation.  Islam, by its rigidly authoritarian makeup, robs a Muslim of independent thought to the extent the believer blindly adopts it as his infallible system of belief.  Hence, the ideology of Islam is guilty of conditioning masses of people as easily manipulated instruments in the hands of influential figures.

One of the greatest subtle, yet important differences between the Muslim's thinking and that of the people in the West is the extent to which Muslims are fatalistic.  There is hardly a statement that a Muslim makes without being conditional – conditional on the will of Allah.  "I shall see you tomorrow, Allah willing"; "You will make it home, Allah willing"; "Things will work out, Allah willing"; and on and on and on.  To the Muslim, Allah is on the job – on every job.  Allah, with his invisible mighty hand, literally does run everything.  "Allah's hand is above all other hands" adorns every imaginable space in Islamic lands – a telling point about the Muslim's fatalism and submission to the omnipotent, omnipresent hand.  If something happens, it is Allah's will.  If it doesn't, it is Allah's will.  The rank-and-file Muslim has little will of his own.  It absolves him of any and all responsibility.  This mentality is in stark contrast with the "take charge" and "can do" mental characteristics of Americans and others. 

In the Qur'an, itself, Allah gives these fellows their mandate: cleanse the Earth of all kefir (infidels), and help usher in the Golden Rule of Islam over a corrupt world.  This high-purpose strategic goal of Islamization legitimizes any and all tactics.

Qur'an 8:39: "Fight them until all opposition ends and all submit to Allah." Allah, in his kindness, leaves a bit of wiggle room for the unbelievers. Those who refuse to convert or whose life is spared may live under the rule of Islam by paying poll taxes (jizya)."


While many Muslims work around the clock for their cause – i.e., to infiltrate our schools, our law enforcement agencies, our health care system – they also run for office with the help of our Democrats and some GOP officials, who provide them with necessary tools.  Regrettably, only a small number of Americans understand the real threat.
There is no doubt that Islam's goal is to religiously dominate the world, which involves complete control over all phases of society through the brutal means of sharia, with no distinction between mosque and state, between religion and liberties.  

As Muslim organizations march through with their own crusade here in the United States, under our nose, I have not seen anyone stopping them.

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The U.S. embassy in Germany said on Thursday it was seeking additional details about a new European mechanism to facilitate non-dollar trade with Iran, but did not expect it to affect its effort to apply maximum economic pressure on Tehran.

President Donald Trump on Wednesday called U.S. intelligence chiefs "extremely passive and naive" on Iran and dismissed their assessments of the threat posed by North Korea a day after they contradicted his views during congressional testimony. His comments drew criticism from some of his fellow Republicans in Congress, some of whom have introduced legislation that would counter Trump's policies on national security in an unusual break from their party's leader.

The US ambassador to Germany called on European countries with diplomats in the Islamic Republic of Iran to condemn the January public hanging of man who was found guilty of violating the country's lethal anti-gay law. The US envoy, Richard Grenell, wrote on his Twitter feed on Sunday, "Many of our European allies have Embassies in Tehran. This barbaric act must not go unanswered. Speak up."


Nearly all of Iran's advanced centrifuges used for enriching uranium potentially towards a nuclear bomb are failing, one of the world's leading nuclear weapons experts revealed to The Jerusalem Post this week. Many have been worried that if Iran succeeds in developing advanced centrifuges, the machines which spin rapidly to enrich uranium, it could "sneak out" a nuclear weapon in a matter of weeks without being detected.

Iran is carrying out its commitments under its nuclear deal with major powers, International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano said in the text of a speech posted online by his agency on Wednesday. "Iran is implementing its nuclear-related commitments under the JCPOA," Amano said, repeating his position on the deal, known officially as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. "It is essential that Iran continues to fully implement those commitments."

Tehran says that China has slowed down working on its redesign of a heavy water reactor in Iran, following the U.S. withdrawal from Tehran's nuclear agreement with world powers. Ali Akbar Salehi, head of Iran's nuclear agency, was quoted by state-run news agency IRNA as saying that "the Chinese side decreased the speed of cooperation with us despite their commitments." He says Iran has "alternative" choices if China cannot not fulfill its job. 

The U.N. nuclear watchdog policing Iran's deal with major powers said on Wednesday that attempts to pressure it on inspections were "counter-productive and extremely harmful", though it stopped short of naming those responsible.


Iranian crude oil imports by Asia's top four buyers dropped to the lowest volume in three years in 2018 amid U.S. sanctions on Tehran, but China and India stepped up imports in December after getting waivers from Washington. Asia's top four buyers of Iranian crude - China, India, Japan and South Korea - imported a total 1.31 million barrels per day (bpd) in 2018, down 21 percent from the previous year, data from the countries showed.

France, Germany and Britain have set up a European mechanism for non-dollar trade with Iran to avert U.S. sanctions, although diplomats acknowledged it is unlikely to yield big commercial transactions Tehran says it needs to keep a nuclear deal afloat.

Iran may be discussed during Chancellor Angela Merkel's trip to Japan next week but other countries are not immediately expected to join a European mechanism to facilitate non-dollar trade with Iran, a senior German government official said on Thursday.

A U.S.-born anchor for Iran's state-run Press TV arrived in Iran on Wednesday after 10 days of detention in the United States, Press TV reported, after U.S. authorities said she had testified as a material witness in an undisclosed federal investigation.  The anchor, Marzieh Hashemi, was freed on Thursday. 


Iran's theological seats of learning appear set to face major difficulties in the coming Iranian year (beginning March 21) as the government has significantly reduced their budget allocations. Various institutions and seminaries receive money from the government to promote religion and train clerics. In the budget bill submitted by the administration to the parliament, religious institutions and seminaries are facing a serious reduction in their annual budgets.

Dog-walking has reportedly been banned from public places in Iran's capital. "Certain people who bring their dogs to public places cause panic and anxiety among the public," Tehran's chief of police Hossein Rahimi told state news agency Young Journalists Club, or YJC. He added that local police have obtained permission from the judiciary to confront dog owners walking their pets in public. "People who walk their dogs in public places shall be dealt with severely," he told YJC.


As Moscow urges Damascus and Ankara to cooperate and to revive the Adana agreement, Russian-Iranian relations in Syria face their next challenge. The controversy between Moscow and Tehran has always been a part of the Syrian conflict. However, the debates between the two have started to become more political in nature, influencing the future of Syria's armed forces and other military entities.

The top US intelligence chief warned that Israel's ongoing strikes against Iranian targets in Syria increase the threat of regional war. "We assess that Iran seeks to avoid a major armed conflict with Israel," Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence, told the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Tuesday. "However, Israeli strikes that result in Iranian casualties increase the likelihood of Iranian conventional retaliation against Israel."


U.S. lawmakers said on Wednesday they expect Congress will pass a resolution ending U.S. involvement in the Yemen war, which would force President Donald Trump to issue the first veto of his presidency in order to continue supporting the Saudi-led coalition.

The Arab Coalition in Yemen shot down a "Iranian specification" drone launched by Houthi rebels towards Abha, a Saudi city in the kingdom's south-west. Saudi authorities "tracked an unidentified object (over) the city of Abha and dealt with it in accordance with the rules of engagement", coalition spokesman Colonel Turki Al Malki said in a statement published by the Saudi state news agency on Wednesday.

While Israel is once again pushing back against the Iranian buildup in Syria, Iran is marking the fourth anniversary of its rise to power on Saudi Arabia's border. Out of sight and out of the headlines, the Yemen conflict should not escape the attention of those concerned about the future of the region, and Iran's role in it.


Asghar Farhadi, the most successful director in the history of Iranian cinema, may have little interest in global politics, but global politics are interested in him. On Jan. 27, 2017, less than a week after "The Salesman," Farhadi's seventh feature film, was nominated for an Academy Award for best foreign-language movie, President Trump signed Executive Order 13769, more commonly known as the Muslim ban. Under its terms, citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries, Iran among them, were barred from entering the United States for 90 days - apparently the time it would take the new president to figure out "what the hell is going on." 

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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

The Long War Journal (Site-Wide)

The Long War Journal (Site-Wide)

Posted: 30 Jan 2019 08:44 AM PST
Several attacks in both Mali and Burkina Faso were claimed by al Qaeda's jihadist conglomerate JNIM.
Posted: 29 Jan 2019 05:03 PM PST
According to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), al Qaeda's senior leaders are strengthening the al Qaeda "network's global command structure." Meanwhile, the Islamic State "still commands thousands of fighters in Iraq and Syria." Both groups maintain worldwide networks or affiliates, branches, and supporters.

Pushing the M103 Agenda in Canadian Public School Reading Material


Pushing the M103 Agenda in Canadian Public School Reading Material

by staff
The Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People is an annual project of the National (Canadian) Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) and the Children's Book Council. This bibliography features K-12 annotated titles published in the previous calendar year,  selected by a book review committee appointed by the NCSS.
An annual reading list of exceptional books for use in social studies classrooms, selected by social studies educators has been released for 2019. This list is extensive, and includes books on alternative lifestyles, discrimination, notable people in history and more. You will find the list here.
What we found interesting is that several of these books focused on Islamic themes and traditions. One particular book that stood out was a book called  Ramadan, The Holy Month of Fasting by Ausma  Zehanat Khan​. 
The introduction to this book is as follows:
​"The month of Ramadan offers the opportunity to improve one's personal and spiritual behavior. By focusing on positive thoughts and actions, Muslims build a closer connection with God and come away from the month feeling spiritually renewed. Ramadan: The Holy Month of Fasting explores the richness and diversity of the Islamic tradition by focusing on an event of great spiritual significance and beauty in the lives of Muslims. Rich with personal stories and stunning photographs, Ramadan demystifies the traditions and emphasizes the importance of diversity in a world where Islamophobia is on the rise."
See the link here.
Not only is this book teaching about Islamic tradition in the classroom setting, it is being used to teach about and fight against Islamophobia by teaching the 'positive' aspects of Ramadan.
Ramadan  Arabic: رمضان‎   is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting(Sawm) to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad according to Islamic belief. This annual observance is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam. The month lasts 29–30 days based on the visual sightings of the crescent moon, according to numerous biographical accounts compiled in the hadiths.
Indoctrination of Canadian school children on the most important festival of the Islamic calendar, as well has warning about 'Islamophobia' is concerning indeed.
Note: There are no other religious books included in the recommended list. 

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