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    “Amnesty Bill” has Islamic inferences buried deep inside

    Islamic Operative in White House Scores Another Victory for Muslim Brotherhood

    Posted on November 26, 2013
    Jerusalem Post, By Earl Cox:

    They did it again. While we watched President Obama dodge the Syrian red line with Putin taking the lead, while we held our collective breaths as Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu and France’s President Hollande stalled negotiations over the Iran’s nuclear ambitions, the Islamists were at it again.

    This time they cunningly swooped in and placed their wildest dreams into the massive immigration reform bill recently passed by the United States Senate.

    Most Americans believe the bill is about amnesty, or a way to grant general pardon for political offenses such as disobedience to immigration laws. For example, most think it will give millions of Hispanic illegal aliens living in the U.S. amnesty. The bill goes far beyond obedience to law. Even pro-immigration Christian evangelicals say the bill is not amnesty. Then what is it?

    The sweeping immigration reform bill, called the “Amnesty Bill” has Islamic inferences buried deep inside that should give Americans the shudders, and indeed, the entire world, especially United States allies. The bill reportedly includes a fast track to citizenship for immigrants from Muslim countries. U.S. President Obama hailed the passage of the bill as a critical step towards fixing America’s broken immigration system. While the “Gang of Eight” senators crafted the bill, an outsider, who just happens to be a Muslim Brotherhood associate, provided “treasured input,” according to a close associate of the Obama administration.

    Fast tracking Muslims is not new to President Obama. Going back to 2010, Obama issued an executive order to fast-track immigrants from Islamic countries. In short, a person from a Muslim country could become a U.S. citizen in as little as ten weeks, with no I.D. and no declaration of fealty to the U.S. Constitution. The recent Senate immigration reform bill further expands the previously strict qualifications for immigration from Afghanistan and allows more family members to join admitted asylum seekers. In addition, the numbers allowed to arrive from Saudi Arabia is many times that of Afghanistan. If amendments were to be added to the immigration reform bill, more Muslim countries, such as Chechnya, could be added. Refugees from the Middle East could raise Muslim immigration numbers even higher. Could Muslims over take Hispanics?

    Speaking of refugees, according to Amnesty International, Jordan is forcibly returning thousands of refugees back to Syria. Why? Because Jordan is experiencing economic and other pressures as a result of accepting so many refugees. Amnesty argues that Jordan’s pressures do not justify such violations of international law. Enter the United States as rescuer. Word is out that Obama intends to grant political asylum to large numbers of Syrian refugees (mostly Muslim). This global picture from Syria, to Russia, to Iran, to Israel to the United States is akin to a chess match, but with far-reaching implications and ramifications.

    Who inside the Obama Administration helped to craft the shocking increases in Muslim immigration that is buried deep inside the text of the Senate bill? The input came from Mohammed Magdi, president of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA). Magdi is one of six Muslim policy advisors of the Obama administration with direct ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.

    We used to believe that 2 + 2 = 4. In other words, we appealed to common sense. Does it make sense for the U.S. to admit large numbers of refugees and immigrants from Muslim countries, most of which would be practicing Sharia Law? It appears they could become U.S. citizens almost overnight. What a “checkmate” that would be for Islamists!

    While the Middle East chess game continues and boils over with political intrigue and potential dangers to otherwise stable governments, the Muslim Brotherhood appears to be on the march with tentacles of influence reaching far beyond the Middle East. Taking countries from the inside out is their distinct goal. Egypt seems to have seen the light. What will it take to nudge the rest of the world into the dawn of truth, particularly United States citizens?

    When immigration reform isn’t about reform; when amnesty isn’t about amnesty; when the rule of law is not the rule of law, it must be about something else. Could it be that the Muslim Brotherhood brothers already embedded inside the U.S. government are envisioning and planning their worldwide caliphate ruled by Sharia Law to be centered inside the United States of America? Amnesty, America and the Brotherhood. What would (will) America and the world look like with the Islamic flag flying over the White House?
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    Who inside the Obama Administration helped to craft the shocking increases in Muslim immigration that is buried deep inside the text of the Senate bill? The input came from Mohammed Magdi, president of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA). Magdi is one of six Muslim policy advisors of the Obama administration with direct ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
    The Mexican and South Americans are just the point of the spear. If they publicized the number of Muslim immigrants they will authorize, the American people would be up in arms. The Christian Hispanics are rubes for the Muslims that will turn on them when they get what they want. JMO
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    Two key national security nominations by President Obama are up for confirmation following Congress‘ recess this week: former Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel to be secretary of defense, and John O. Brennan, the president’s key counterterrorism adviser, to be the director of the CIA. Both candidates have had to address issues based on their past and current activities and associations. Troublingly, a number of questions still remain unanswered.

    One explosive issue is a report by John Guandolo that broke last week on Tom Trento’s “TrentoVision Show” and also was carried by Glenn Beck on Feb. 11. The report stated that Mr. Brennan was converted to Islam while CIA station chief in Saudi Arabia from 1996 to ‘99. Let’s be clear: In America, a man’s religion can never be a condition to his holding a government position. It is protected by both the First Amendment and Article 6 of the Constitution. Therefore, even if it is true that he converted, Mr. Brennan’s religion should not be an issue.

    However, according to Mr. Guandolo — a former SWAT team leader at the FBI, counterterrorism and Muslim Brotherhoodspecialist and Marine platoon commander — what should be an issue was the Saudis’ targeted recruitment of Mr. Brennan to the ideology of Islam while he was serving as the CIA station chief in Riyadh. This was not just a conversion but a political act by a foreign intelligence service.

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    In June 2012, five Republican lawmakers (most prominently, Michele Bachmann) sent letters to the inspectors general at the Departments of Homeland Security, Justice, Defense, and State, asking that they investigate government “policies and activities that appear to be the result of influence operations conducted by individuals and organizations associated with the Muslim Brotherhood”—the ideological wellspring from which such terrorist outfits as al Qaeda and Hamas first emerged.[1] One letter, for instance, noted that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton‘s closest aide, her deputy chief of staff Huma Abedin, “has three family members … connected to Muslim Brotherhood operatives and/or organizations.” (In fact, Abedin herself spent 12 years working for for the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs, a Saudi-based Islamic think tank whose agenda was—and remains to this day, as journalist Andrew C. McCarthy explains—“to grow an unassimilated, aggressive population of Islamic supremacists who will gradually but dramatically alter the character of the West.” For details about this agenda, click here.)

    While Bachmann was widely criticized and ridiculed for daring to suggest that Muslim Brotherhood elements had infiltrated the U.S. government, corroboration of her allegations came, in December 2012, from an unlikely quarter: Egypt’s Rose El-Youssef magazine, which asserted that six highly-placed Muslim Brotherhood infiltrators within the Obama administration had transformed the United States “from a position hostile to Islamic groups and organizations in the world to the largest and most important supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood.” (A translation of the article is available from the Investigative Project here.)

    According to the Investigative Project, “the six named people include: Arif Alikhan, assistant secretary of Homeland Security for policy development; Mohammed Elibiary, a member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council; Rashad Hussain, the U.S. special envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference; Salam al-Marayati, co-founder of the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC); Imam Mohamed Magid, president of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA); and Eboo Patel, a member of President Obama’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based Neighborhood Partnerships. These represent many of the individuals and groups about whom Bachmann had raised concerns.

    This section of Discover The Networks profiles these and other Islamists who have influenced, or have been appointed to positions within, the Obama administration. Also included in this section are a number of Islamists who have not officially been connected to the Obama administration, but who have had a significant influence on Obama's thinking over the course of his life.

    Moreover, this section contains a link to a profile of the Barack H. Obama Foundation (BHOF), which was established in 2008 by Abon'go Malik Obama, President Obama's half-brother, a Kenyan-born Muslim with twelve wives. Abon'go Malik Obama is:

    • the overseer of the Muslim Brotherhood’s international investments;
    • the executive secretary of the Sudan-based Islamic Da’wa Organization (IDO), an organization primarily focused on expanding Wahhabist Islam on the African subcontinent; and
    • closely associated with Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, a jihadist tyrant responsible for the deaths of more than three million people, all in the name of Jihad and war against Christians.

    * Abedin, Huma: Deputy Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
    * Abunimah, Ali: Vice president of the Arab American Action Network
    * Al-Hibri, Azizah: U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom
    *Al-Mansour, Khalid Abdullah Tariq: Patron of Obama during 1980s
    * Al-Marayati, Salam: Representative of the U.S. government at the annual Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe conference
    *Alikhan, Areef: Department of Homeland Security
    *Arab American Action Network: Received money from Woods Fund when Obama was board member of Woods Fund
    * Barack H. Obama Foundation: Headed by President Obama's half-brother, who oversees the Muslim Brotherhood's international investments
    *Asbahi, Mazen: National Coordinator for Muslim American Affairs (during 2008 presidential campaign)
    * Elibiary, Mohamed: Homeland Security Advisory Council
    *Husaini, Minha: National Coordinator for Muslim American Affairs (during 2008 presidential campaign)
    * Hussain, Rashad: Special Envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference
    *Khalidi, Rashid: Professor of Middle East Studies at Columbia University
    * Magid, Mohamed: Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Countering Violent Extremism Working Group
    *Mattson, Ingrid: Invited by Obama advisor to work on the White House Council on Women and Girls
    *Mogahed, Dalia: Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
    * Patel, Eboo: Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
    *Said, Edward: Professor and Arab activist who was keynote speaker at 1998 fundraiser attended by Obama
    *Shora, Kareem: Homeland Security Advisory Council
    * Shora, Nawar: Senior Advisor to the Civil Rights and Liberties Office of the Transportation Security Administration


    The Muslim Brotherhood in the Obama Administration
    By Frank Gaffney
    September 14, 2012

    Obama and Islam
    By Robert Spencer and David Horowitz

    Blind to Terror: The U.S. Government’s Disastrous Muslim Outreach Efforts and the Impact on U.S. Policy
    By Patrick Poole
    June 4, 2013

    A Red Carpet for Radicals at the White House
    By Steve Emerson and John Rossomando
    October 21, 2012

    Egyptian Magazine: Muslim Brotherhood Infiltrates Obama Administration
    By John Rossomando
    January 3, 2013

    A Man and 6 of the Brotherhood in the White House!
    By Ahmed Shawki
    December 22, 2012

    State Dept. Recruits Muslim Foreign Service Officers at Jihadist Conf.
    By Judicial Watch
    January 30, 2013

    A Red Carpet for Radicals at the White House
    By Steve Emerson and John Rossomando
    October 21, 2012

    Radical Islamist Preacher Recently Met with Senior Obama Admin Officials at the White House
    By Billy Hallowell
    June 26, 2013


    Overview of Bachmann's Assertions and the Left's Attacks on Her
    By Discover The Networks


    * Letter to the Department of State

    * Letter to the Department of Defense
    * Letter to the Department of Homeland Security
    * Letter to the Department of Justice
    * Letter to the Director of National Intelligence

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    Muslims in ‘second largest group of illegal immigrants’ in New York

    Posted on July 23, 2013 by ADMIN6 Comments

    The audacity of it: Illegal and breaking the law in the U.S. yet muslims continue to whine and complain, demanding ‘rights’! Are the authorities waking up to the statement in this article that muslims make up the SECOND LARGEST illegal immigration group in New York? South Asians basically means muslim with small exceptions (Southern Asia comprises the countries of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka).

    How many more illegal muslims are there across the rest of the country? If every 4-5 persons you come across in New York is illegal, like the article states, it’s a hell of a lot of law-breakers who should be deported, not rewarded. For every illegal given residency, you import at least 3-4 additional family members. So if the U.S. has 11 million known illegals, they would be importing over 30 million people. Fact is that the U.S. probably has 10x more illegals than anyone wants to admit. If half of New York’s population is illegal it would comprise of over 9 million people. Certainly the calculation of 11 million nationwide is a serious underestimate.

    The current official U.S. population stand at 316 million. 89 million are not in the labour force. The country has approximately 200 million people who don’t contribute any tax revenues. And that’s only he official numbers! Add the illegals on top of that. Unfortunately, laws force hospitals and schools to give free healthcare and education to illegals. That’s a lot of money to spend on people who contribute nothing to the nation’s revenues.

    What the U.S. should do is permit these illegals a pardon to avoid prison before deportation by paying a penalty of $3,500 each. If they don’t pay the penalty, remove them anyways with a sentence to be carried out in their own country-of-origin, – who should also cover costs and penalties for permitting their citizens to leave the country undocumented with intent of being illegal in another country. That’s the way to deal with huge expenses on illegals. The Obama administration wants to reward them for committing crimes and give them permanent residency. It has no financial benefits for decades of lost revenues, immigration and legal costs, and only encourage huge mass immigration through illegal means

    New York’s undocumented workers join forces against mistreatment

    Miserable labour conditions are encouraging migrants, especially from south Asia, to assert their rights and reclaim unpaid wages
    Silvia Romanelli for IPS, part of the Guardian development network, Tuesday 23 July 2013

    Kazi Fouzia in the street where she had an accident in 2010. The only treatment she received was painkillers as she was undocumented at the time. Photograph: Silvia Romanelli/IPS
    Ataur was 18 when he left Bangladesh and arrived in the US in 1991 as an undocumented migrant. He took two jobs at the same time, earning about $35 a day.
    Vincent was smuggled into the US from China in 2001; his working conditions were even worse. He was employed in several Chinese restaurants, for 60-70 hours a week, six days a week, for about $300 a month, an average of $1 an hour.
    “In New York, if you go in the street … if you ask 10 people, I’m sure at least five or six are undocumented,” Vincent told IPS. Both asked that only their first names be used.
    The US is home to more than 11 million undocumented workers, and there are an estimated 2 million migrants working in New York. They are taxi drivers, domestic workers, restaurant, retail and construction staff. They are paid far less than the city’s minimum wage of $7.25 an hour, and they are often mistreated by their employers.
    Their lives may undergo major changes if the US House of Representatives approves an immigration bill, passed by the Senate last month, which offers a 13-year path to citizenship for undocumented migrants, but also reinforces border security and enables businesses to check workers’ social security numbers, under the E-verify programme.
    The programme would make “every single undocumented person one click away from being notified or deported”, according to Monami Maulik, executive director of Desis Rising Up and Moving (Drum), an organisation of low-wage south Asian immigrants in Jackson Heights, Queens, which has 2,000 members.
    “Our members … and many others in immigrant communities are really disappointed with this legislation. It’s turning out to be more and more repressive, harsher measures,” she said. “So we are following it very closely.”
    After Latinos, she added, south Asians are among the second-largest undocumented population in New York.
    Stolen wages, mental pressure and fear
    According to Vincent, employers tend to say: I hire you even if you’re illegal, so you should say ‘thank you’, no matter how much I pay you.
    Because there are so many undocumented migrants ready to work for extremely low wages, other needy workers are pressured to accept the same conditions, no matter what their immigration status and nationality are. Ataur’s sister, Amana, arrived legally in the US, but was paid less than the minimum wage for eight years.
    Mental pressure at the workplace is huge. “When you’re late, they fire you. When you’re sick, they fire you … When you complain [about] anything, they can fire you,” said Vincent.
    Maulik said employers often do not pay workers for a week or months at a time. “There has been a case of a year at a time. They’ll do things like hold people’s passports, threaten to call immigration if they ask for the wages that they earned,” she added.
    In 2009, Drum launched monthly rights clinics to help migrant workers reclaim unpaid wages and raise awareness of their rights.
    In a phone interview, Sayma Khun, a Bangladeshi national, described how she managed to recover, with the help of Drum, $5,000 of unpaid wages.
    In 2008, Vincent, with 35 colleagues, filed a lawsuit against their employer, in this case with the help of the Chinatown-based Chinese Staff and Workers’ Association (CSWA). But as soon as the lawsuit was filed, the restaurant was shut down. It reopened later in a different location under a new name, a strategy widely used by some employers to avoid lawsuits, according to Vincent.
    Maulik said: “By federal law this is not supposed to happen. Even undocumented workers are protected under US labour laws around minimum wage.”
    In order to launch a neighbourhood-wide investigation into workers’ rights, the department of labour needs a certain number of individual complaints. But workers often refrain from complaining because they fear employers’ retaliation and deportation.
    The husband of Nadera Kashem, a Bangladeshi Drum member, is at risk of being deported after he was caught during a police raid last year at the perfume shop he worked in. Because he was undocumented, he was sent to an immigration detention centre. He has been there for 17 months.
    “The employer is supposed to be punished [in such cases], but it always means the worker is punished,” said Maulik.
    At the local level, immigration is being enforced by police officers, often accused by migrants’ rights organisations of profiling and discrimination. “The biggest fear an undocumented person has is the local police officer, because that’s the person who’s going to stop you, ask you for identification, possibly deport you,” Maulik said.
    In June, the New York City council passed two bills of the Community Safety Act establishing accountability mechanisms for the New York police department (NYPD) and allowing citizens to file claims against NYPD’s misbehaviour.
    Finding the courage to speak up
    “We see no future, why are we still working like slaves? So that’s why I organised my co-workers, we wanted to improve the working conditions, and not just for ourselves,” Vincent told IPS. Before joining CSWA, he said, he did not even know that there was a minimum wage or what overtime meant.
    “Organising protects you, never puts you in trouble,” is what Kazi Fouzia, a Bangladeshi community organiser who joined Drum in 2010, tells other migrant workers to encourage them to speak up.
    Fouzia used to work in a sari shop in Jackson Heights. Her employer, who owned three stores, asked her to collect clothes from another shop across the street. While she was crossing, she was hit by a car and thrown 13ft.
    Fouzia’s employer did not allow her to call the emergency services because she was undocumented. She had multiple fractures in her shoulder, but she did not have insurance so the only medical care she received was painkillers. The next day she discovered she had been fired.
    This is not only a personal story, she told IPS, “this is every undocumented worker’s story, every one”.

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