This is how it begins. Look at Turkey if you want to know how it ends.
Islamist groups linked to the Muslim Brotherhood have aggressively pushed a voter registration effort for Muslims to gain influence and power for their agenda. And they continue to gain power. These are the latest warning signs that our migration policy is badly broken.
More than one million American Muslims have registered to vote in the November 8 U.S. elections, a record number that puts the community in a position to tip the race in states where they live in large numbers as polls show a tightening contest, Muslim advocates said on Wednesday.
The U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations, an umbrella group of two dozen Muslim advocacy organizations, said its yearlong “One Million Voters” campaign had surpassed its target, more than doubling the number of registered Muslim voters in America since the 2012 presidential election.
“We believe we’ve exceeded the one million mark,” said Oussama Jammal, secretary general of the group. “We’ve been mobilizing the community with voter registrations at mosques, schools and community events. That’s how we were able to make a difference this year.”
Yes, Osama wants to be in a position to influence our election.
Eight national Muslim organizations, many with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and with records of support for Hamas, have formed a “national council” that seeks to further entrench an Islamist monopoly on Muslim political debate.
Its president is Oussama Jammal, once the president of the Mosque Foundation outside Chicago. A 2004 Chicago Tribune story described fundraising at the mosque for Palestinian Islamic Jihad board member Sami Al-Arian’s defense fund. In 1998, Jammal blasted a federal investigation which led to the freezing of a mosque member’s assets for supporting Hamas.
“Politically motivated attacks on our community are an unfortunate reality that must not be accepted,” Jammal said. “The stereotyping of Muslims and Arabs as being terrorists is wrong and it must stop.” In 2001, after the identities of the hijackers had been released, he expressed doubts al-Qaida was responsible for the 9/11 attacks.
“How certain are we that it was Arabs who were behind it?” he asked.
This is who is trying to influence our elections.
The group includes CAIR, the Muslim American Society, ICNA, American Muslims for Palestine, groups with a history of terror ties.