December 25, 2004
University of Houston MSA: "Hiring disbelieving men and women is very dangerous for the Muslims"Topics: National News
National news is not my interest, but this is important enough to pass along from Dhimmi Watch. The Jihadist-pushing Muslim Students' Association of the University of Houston has a very interesting website - especially its page headed "Questions Related to Aqidah (Faith)." (Dimmi Watch) Among other things, it tells Muslims that they should not hire unbelievers, and that Muslims are permitted to be polite to unbelievers for the purpose of calling them to Islam. Along with Dhimmi Watch, I wonder if the UH authorities know that the MSA is advocating religious discrimination. Someone needs to let them know that this is going on. Continue reading Dhimmi Watch...
And what is known about the Muslim Student Organization? Here is what was reported in FrontPageMagazine on March 11,2003:
(...) What is the real nature of the Muslim Students' Association of the U.S. and Canada (MSA)? This octopus-like entity has infiltrated numerous college and university campuses in North America, and has taken the lead in corralling young Muslims to defend the fascist dictator Saddam Hussein. According to MSA, the correct position for Muslims in America involves their marching alongside neofascists and Stalinists, with the legions of "useful fools" who flock to bogus "peace" demonstrations.
When its leaders speak to mainstream media, MSA presents itself as a campus-service organization not much different from other collegiate faith groups. But the reality is very different, and deeply sinister. MSA is a key element in the Wahhabi lobby, and a cornerstone of the conspiracy by Saudi-backed extremists to control American Islam, as well the public discourse about Islam in America.
Above all, MSA now seeks to present itself as moderate and opposed to terrorism, even though its chapters have distributed the propaganda of Osama bin Laden on its websites, along with publicity-recruiting campaigns for Wahhabi subversion of the Chechen struggle in Russia.
To best understand the MSA and its history one should turn to the work of Hamid Algar, a Western Muslim scholar of impeccable academic credentials, who also happens to be a ferocious critic of the U.S. and Israel. Algar, a member of the University of California-Berkeley faculty, is the biographer of Ayatollah Khomeini and among the leading historians of Islamic spirituality alive today.
But although he is no friend of President Bush or Ariel Sharon, Algar has described with stunning accuracy the nature of the MSA. In his brief work Wahhabism: A Critical Essay, published in 2002, he writes: "Some Muslim student organizations have... functioned at times as Saudi-supported channels for the propagation of Wahhabism abroad, especially in the United States. The Muslim Student Association of the U.S. and Canada was established in 1963, one year after the Muslim World League [MWL] with which it had close links." Let us note here that the MWL was established by the Saudi regime as an extremist Islamic equivalent of the old Communist International or Comintern, and that its cadres included numerous Islamist "revolutionaries" from the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood and from Pakistan. Continue Reading....
Posted by Hyscience at December 25, 2004 7:55 PM
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