Skip to comments.Pandering to Muslims in Indiana
Posted on 05/14/2011 10:00:02 PM PDT by Stymee
"Governor Daniels showed us he was a man of his word and has stood by the commitments he made during the 2004 pre-election Iftar," stated Alia Shah, Executive Director of MAI.
Local Muslims say such political connections are important if their concerns are to be heard in government. But faith, rather than politics, was the key topic Monday night -- the first iftar held at an Indiana governor's home. Several Muslim leaders called it historic.
"To be blessed to make prayer at the governor's residence is significant," said Michael Saahir, an imam from the Nur-Allah Islamic Center on the Northside. He said it is recognition of the contributions made by the estimated 250,000 Muslims in Indiana...........
More on daniels. Are you getting this?
Indeed he does. And the establishment is pushing him REAL hard.
Well, well, well, if it isn’t the new Mitt Romney.
I could barf. Mitch stay home and try to hang onto your wife.
You're an idiot.
Hardly. All secular or non-islamic stuff is having to bow down to islam now. It’s a joke, but we all gotta play now. islam runs the world.
Americans are forced to give up more and more rights for the “War on Terror,” but Muslims are never deprived of their “right” to continue over here in droves.
He’s more of a fiscal conservative that shows a wishy washy social liberal side. Imop he looks like McCain 2.0.
Make no mistake.
islam has declared war on America and civilization.
It seeks to destroy freedom and liberty.
There is no “moderate” muslim. If they follow the Koran then they follow a path of hate death and oppression.
Daniels was very wrong here.......
At least Stymee is not a frickin’ muslim and he sees the danger that islam has become... even inside of America.
Egyptian riot police were deployed and created a human barrier between the men and the demonstrators.
Cairo, Egypt (CNN) -- Violence erupted in the Cairo neighborhood of Maspero when pro-Coptic protesters clashed with unidentified men, leaving at least two people dead and 60 injured, state TV reported early Sunday.
The demonstrators initially staged a sit-in in front of the state TV building to demand greater rights for the religious minority.
Problems between Egypt's Muslim majority and its Coptic Christian minority have been on the rise in recent months, with a number of violent clashes reported between the two groups.
Dozens of unidentified men, dressed in plain clothes, began firing live ammunition into the air and attacking the demonstrators around the entrance of the sit-in enclosure with sticks and stones. They also threw Molotov cocktails. It was not immediately clear who the attackers were or what their motive was.
"They did not have beards. It was just a bunch of bad guys carrying guns and clubs," said Maged Girguis, a pro-Coptic protester.
Witnesses claimed the attackers were people from neighboring slums, seeking to incite sectarian violence. Egyptian riot police were deployed and created a human barrier between the men and the demonstrators.
A pro-Coptic protester was hit in the head by a rock. He initially refused to enter an ambulance, saying he feared arrest by the army. Volunteer doctors attempted to treat him in a make-shift field clinic but his wounds were severe and he was eventually taken away in the ambulance. The demonstrators captured one of their alleged attackers, who was badly beaten.
After McCain, Scosafava (<=sp), and Specter, it’s a wonder the establishment has enough credibility to push anything!
Demon seed RINO, BEWARE!
Daniels is of Syrian [Arab] ancestry.
George Will, voice of our Establishment, says it will either be Daniels or Pawlenty who will face BO.
Given that choice, I’ll go for Pawlenty.
In any case, I’d vote for Elmer Fudd to get BO out of the White House.
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