March 4, 2010
Re: Protest of Muslim Capital Day in Tallahassee, FloridaTopics: Political News and commentaries, Understanding Islam
Muslim Capitol Day is an event organized by former Executive Director of CAIR, Tampa, Ahmed Bedier and his United Voices for America (UVA). Bedier's ties to the extremist Muslim Brotherhood and pro-terror sympathies are well-documented, and he has even served as spokesman for convicted Palestinian-terrorism supporter Sami al-Arian. Bedier's UVA is an organization founded just in advance of the FBI's severance of "official" ties with CAIR. The purpose of Muslim Capitol Day is to deceive lawmakers into believing UVA is a benign civil rights organization, representing disenfranchised minorities and immigrants on such issues as healthcare and education.
Muslim Capitol Day in Tallahassee returns for a second time this March at the start of the Florida legislative session on March 11th. The Florida Security Council (FSC) is protesting this event. Their theme this year is America on Guard against the Muslim Brotherhood agenda in the guise of "supremacist Islam."Read the interview, here...
The FSC led by Tom Trento has been one of the more successful grass roots activist groups confronting Muslim Brotherhood fronts in America, such as the Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR), the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), and the Muslim American Society (MAS), and Muslim Students Association (MSA). FSC is vitally concerned about Muslim infiltration of our society undermining our constitutional guarantees of freedom and liberty with its supremacist ideology and Islamic Sharia law. The FSC strongly supports America's commitment to its ally in the Middle East, Israel. Further, it has been concerned about the preservation and defense of free speech as guaranteed under the First Amendment of the US Constitution. It has also undertaken the cause of freedom for apostates from Islam.
Reflective of the FSC mission was the organization of a protest rally and press conference to oppose the first Muslim Capitol Day in Tallahassee in March 2009. FSC organized a Free Speech Summit in Boca Raton honoring Geert Wilders of the Dutch Freedom Party, currently undergoing a criminal proceeding in the Netherlands for criticizing Islam with his controversial film, Fitna. FSC advocated for the freedom of teen-age Christian convert Rifqa Bary during her sojourn in Florida in 2009 after running away from her Muslim parents' home in Columbus, Ohio. FSC's website contains an impressive array of materials and videos depicting its achievements in support of its mission. FSC has spread its wings nationally to organize and support free speech events in Philadelphia and New York.
To gain an insight into this year's protests against Muslim Capitol Day led by Ahmed Bedier of United Voices for America, we interviewed, Tom Trento of the FSC.
Word of the protest and of the United Voices for America's agenda needs as much attention as possible, and we can't count on the lamestream media to get the truth out. If UVA's, CAIR's, and the Muslim Brotherhood's agenda is successful in Florida, it will become the model for all other States - which would, as Trento suggests, truly represent the end of America as we know it.
As Trento points out in his interview with Gordon, FSC 'America on Guard' protest of Muslim Capitol Day in Tallahassee has national importance because Muslim Capital Day is the Stealth Jihad coming to Tallahassee. It is all about gaining political legitimacy and media credibility in order to infiltrate government and civic institutions for the purpose of furthering the goals of the Muslim Brotherhood in America. The grand scheme is to slowly introduce special Sharia-friendly concepts into official public life. For example: in education this means ensuring that Islam is promoted in a positive manner in K-12 schools, through mandatory curricula and textbook oversight. So the concept of Jihad is whitewashed and presented as some sort of personal, inner-struggle, instead of the violent means of establishing totalitarianism that it actually is. For law-enforcement, it means mandatory "Muslim Sensitivity" training. For official public life it means the participation of Radical Imams at public invocations. Legislatively it means the introduction of so-called "Hate Speech" laws, which would make it a crime to offend anyone with a truthful discussion of Islam.
Posted by Abdul at March 4, 2010 6:57 AM
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