The upside down world gets more incredible. Rub your eyes. The subdued media is in overdrive advancing the Ground Zero mosque, the Islamic supremacist agenda and stealth jihadists. They are vigorously working overtime to reframe the narrative, advance jihadists as "scholars" and/or "moderates," and paint the opposition as bigots, morons, and ignoramuses, no matter how impressive their resume. CAIR, MPAC, MAS are all Muslim Brotherhood fronts whose stated aim (as entered into evidence in an internal captured document in the Holy Land Foundation Hamas funding trial in Texas) is "eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within." Yet they are given open platforms to spew their taqiya (deception to advance Islam).
Check this out from MSNBC. They had Hamza Yusef Hanson on under the pretext of his having founded the nation's first Islamic university. But it wasn't about his sharia university. It was about demonizing the good guys -- freedom lovers and anyone else not submitting to the supremacist agenda.
- Anti-Semitic and anti-American Islamic scholar
- “They [Americans] were ungrateful for the bounties of Allah, and so Allah caused them to taste fear and hunger.”
On September 9, 2001 – just two days before the al Qaeda attacks against America – UCLA’s Al-Talib magazine co-sponsored a benefit dinner titled “Justice for Imam Jamil Al-Amin” (aka H. Rap Brown) at UC Irvine. Al-Amin had recently been convicted of murdering an Atlanta police officer who was attempting to arrest him. Among the speakers at this benefit was Sheikh Hamza Yusuf, who spoke about the fate he foresaw for America:
At this same rally, Yusef lamented that Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman, the blind Egyptian cleric convicted of masterminding the 1993 World Trade Center bombing as well as unfulfilled plans to destroy various Manhattan bridges and tunnels, had been “unjustly tried” and “condemned against any standards of justice in any legal system.”
They [Americans] were ungrateful for the bounties of Allah, and so Allah caused them to taste fear and hunger. That is one reason and, I would say, that this country is facing a very terrible fate. The reason for that is that this country stands condemned. It stands condemned like Europe stood condemned for what it did. . . . This country [America] unfortunately has a great, a great tribulation coming to it. And much of it is already here, yet people are too to illiterate to read the writing on the wall.
During the 10 a.m. ET hour on MSNBC, anchor Chris Jansing spoke with Islamic scholar Hamza Yusuf Hanson about the Ground Zero Mosque controversy, who proclaimed: "I think there's a lot of fear....there has been a concerted effort by a certain segment. It's a very small minority, but their powerful and vocal, to demonize the Muslim community."
Yusuf was on to discuss his founding of Zaytuna College in California, the nation's first Islamic higher education school. However, Jansing introduced the segment by placing the college in this context: "...the [mosque] controversy prompted Time magazine to ask, Is America – if America is Islamophobic. A Time poll found that 46% of Americans believe Islam is more likely than other faiths to encourage violence against nonbelievers. And a small college in Berkeley, California, may become the new battleground in America's uneasy relationship with Islam."
After briefly discussing the college, Jansing turned to the mosque: "Do you understand the unease among many Americans, and we are seeing a lot of it come out with this mosque controversy?" After denouncing opponents of the project, Hanson defended the imam involved: "Feisal Abdul Rauf, who's the imam there, is an extremely gentle person and to frame him as an extremist means that the whole community is mad...these are people that have spent their life in interfaith dialogue..." Rauf claimed the United States was an "accessory" to the September 11th attacks during a September 2001 60 Minutes interview on CBS.
Jansing again cited the Time magazine poll and asked: "I wonder what your reaction is to that poll and what can be done to turn it around?" Hanson argued Islam was one the world's most peaceful religions: "I would look at, there's a paper on Google called 'Body Count,' which shows that Islam, actually, out of the seven major religions, the only religion less violent, historically, is Hinduism. And I think people tend to forget Muslims historically have lived very well with people."
Yusef spits in our face and tells us it's raining.
The study Hanson cited, put out by the Royal Aal Al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought, claimed that only 5.52% of war deaths in the past 2,000 years were caused by Islamic belligerents. In conflicts such as the current war in Iraq, the United States was described as the "Christian Belligerent Civilization" and the death toll listed was between 614,000 and 1,100,100, as if American forces were solely responsible for the casualties. The report concluded that Christians were the cause of 30.73% of war deaths in the past two millennia, the single largest percentage out of the seven faiths included.
270 million victims over a millennium of jihad wars, cultural annihilation, land appropriations and enslavement.