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April 1, 2009

About those Muslim 'interfaith' meetings

Topics: Understanding Islam

Not surprisingly, there's a process of deception, mis-direction, and indoctrination going on at those Islamic Centers and organizations that conduct 'Interfaith' meetings. The Muslims true goal is far different what the gullible non-Muslims believe it is. Dave Gaubatz, currently the Director of the Mapping Sharia Project and the Owner of DG Counter-terrorism Publishing, explains at Frontpage Mag:

FP: Dave Gaubatz, welcome to Frontpage Interview,

Many Islamic Centers and organizations conduct 'Interfaith' meetings. There's some deception going on here, yes?

Gaubatz: Thank you Jamie. Many Islamic scholars have stated, "War is a Deception". Readers should review the Sunni books of Al-Bukhari and Sahih Muslim. "Khad'ah means deception, i.e, employing a strategy which causes misunderstanding to the enemy, and one's real intent does not become evident to them. This is permissible in Islam in the state of war".

It is vitally important more so for the often well intended ministers, preachers, bishops, priests, rabbis, and any non- 'Pure Muslim' ideologists to know you are considered an enemy of the Islamic Jihadists. Osama Bin Laden is an example of the thousands of scholars who share his ideology. Laden and his supporters are at war with anyone who does not adhere to Sharia law in its entirety and who do not have it in their heart to form an Islamic nation worldwide. Jihadists will use every means available to them to deceive their enemy. While working counter-terrorism/counter-intelligence, or even counter-narcotics, our tactics/strategy to turn someone into an informant/source for us was to go after the weakest link who had the best access. Christian and Jewish leaders are the weakest links for Islamic scholars/leaders. They also have the most access. If they meet with an Imam and fall into their 'deceptive' trap, they will in turn convince their worshippers to believe the Islamic ideology is peaceful.

It often troubles me to hear Christian ministers deny the objectives of Islam. Is there no Baptist minister, LDS (Mormon) Bishop, Catholic Priest, or Jewish Rabbi, that would not want every person worldwide turn to their respective ideology and religion? The Christians use missionaries, Muslims use trained 'Dawah' (propagation of Islam) members. Would the Pope not want every person worldwide to accept the Catholic belief as the one true religion? Ask him.

FP: Give us the evidence of how Islamic scholars in the U.S. are deceiving non-Muslim religious leaders.

Gaubatz: One of the best examples is the Islamic Center of Washington DC, 2551 Massachussetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC. I have visited this center several times and Jihadist material is distributed in abundance. Abul Maududi, Syed Qutb, and many manuals stamped by the Saudi Govt. that advocate physical Jihad against non Muslims. To this day it amazes me our U.S. Secret Service conduct pre-assessment of locations our Presidents will visit, and inside the very halls our President will walk are manuals advising worshippers to kill leaders of governments who do not follow Sharia law. I have interviewed the mosques library personnel and they have recommended such material. The Islamic Center of DC, CAIR, scholars such as Siraj Wahhaj, and dozens more are nothing more than Saudi paid 'PR Machines' and Jihadist recruiters.

During these 'Interfaith' meetings even with our U.S. Presidents, the supporters of terrorist groups are wittingly and unwittingly recruiting our own leaders. Does CAIR not have former President Jimmy Carter in their back pocket? CAIR is a formal distributor of his books!

It is vitally important the following quote from the Jamaat Islamic leader (Sayyid Mawdudi) made about the task of forming a country into an Islamic State.

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Posted by Richard at April 1, 2009 7:52 AM

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