Skip to comments.(Exclusive) Muslim Public Affairs Director on Sikh Shooting & Bachmann:
Posted on 08/06/2012 1:42:21 PM PDT by bayouranger
There Is Consequence & Responsibility With What We Say
Haris Tarin, the Director of the Muslim Public Affairs Council in Washington DC, cautioned about the potential consequence of what people say in public when asked whether the Sikh shooting on Sunday had any relation to Michelle Bachmanns inquiry into the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood within the U.S. government.
Soon after the shooting, unsubstantiated comments began circulating on Twitter attempting to tie the bloody Sunday rampage at the Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, to those raising questions about the Muslim Brotherhood. It should be noted that Islam and Sikhism share little common ground when if comes to political philosophy or religious history.
Tarin was cautious in noting that we cannot make a direct link right now between the shooter and the Bachmann inquiry, which his organization is labeling as a witch hunt, but did note that Americans should be more reflective on what they say:
What we can say is that as a nation is that we have to be more reflective on how we speak on issues. [...] We have to be responsible. We have this great first amendment and we have the right to say what we want and whenever we want and thats what makes America great. But at the same time we have to understand that there is consequence and responsibility that comes with what we say.
Tarin went on to say now is not the time for judgement.
Bachmann (R-MN) came under fire after joining four other GOP representatives in sending a letter requesting information from the Obama Administration concerning possible links between the Muslim Brotherhood, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the U.S. intelligence community and the U.S. Departments of State and Justice. Other conservatives have defended Bachmann, saying that the inquiry raises legitimate questions without being insulting or disparaging to any individual or group.
The Brotherhood is considered one of most influential Islamist movements in the world; the new president of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, is a member. Bachmann and four other Republican lawmakers recently wrote the inspectors general of five federal departments asking them to compile a report on its influence in the United States.
TheBlaze interview took place outside the RNC headquarters on Capitol Hill where Tarins group had planned to convene a press conference calling on presidential candidate Mitt Romney to denounce Bachmann for her comments. The press conference was rescheduled due to rain.
Egyptian cleric Safwat Higazi could be seen prominently behind al-Qaradawi for the duration of the latters speech. Recently Higazi, during his Arabic-language program Age of Glory, broadcast on the Egyptian al-Nas satellite television network, issued an unabashed call for aggressive violent, jihad. He quoted a hadith from Ali, the son-in-law of the Muslim prophet Muhammad and Islams fourth Rightly Guided caliph, in which Ali tells his sons: Go, fight, and please your grandfather [i.e. Muhammad]. Let him be pleased with you. Fighting is what pleases the prophet (peace be upon him). Higazi also urged jihadists, graphically, when attacking non-Muslim infidels to Strike and split the head, and cut it in half. 2 Equally plain are Higazis goals for this brutal jihadismthe re-creation of a transnational Muslim Caliphate: 3
More here: http://www.andrewbostom.org/blog/2011/12/04/qaradawi-the-%E2%80%9Carab-spring%E2%80%9D-and-the-treason-of-the-intellectuals/
There's a video of the braying koranimal at the link but it's always the same lies with koranimals...not worth listening to what-so-ever.
Oh, listen to what the Muzzombies say, if only to find out what the enemy is thinking and the effects of both inbreeding & lifelong indoctrination upon the human thought process.
“Fighting is what pleases the prophet (peace be upon him).”
My cognitive disonometer just burst into flames...
...for telling it like it is. We are so hung up on being politically correct in this country it's going to get all of us killed. To my elected representatives, get some stones or retire. I want someone who will fight for ME, not someone who goes around blowing up innocent people in the name of a religious cult.
Well, isn't that special, coming from a man whose religious brethren continually call for the deaths of ALL Jews and infidels. Will he accept responsibility for the murders of the Jews in Israel, or non-combatant Americans in the Middle East, after the fiery rhetoric of many imams?
Michelle Bachman was simply asking questions because of legitimate concerns. She wasn't calling for, or even suggesting, violence against anyone. But I guess Tarin needs the heat taken off his organization, so he'll try to turn the spotlight elsewhere.
Sikhs aren’t Muslims, you idiots.
...uh...nobody said they were.
This stupid logic will continue to be the norm in America because we treat Islam as if it were a religion instead of a murderous political movement.
Even if we had a yearly 9/11 type of attack, we will always be guided by Bush’ absurd pronouncement that islam is a ROP.
THE UNITED WEST-SEMINAR JULY 24, 2012 - THE FIRST, SECOND, and THIRD SESSION
The American West, a group led by Tom Trento, held a seminar on the threat to the United States by Islamists, specifically, the Muslim Brotherhood, with a series of sessions led by Tom Trento and John Guandolo, former Marine and FBI Agent of 12 years.
This is an excellent series. This video is approximately 2 hours long. There are two more videos to follow. COPY this video and distribute it to all your church members, friends and family.
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Too many here don’t know that in India, Sikhs and mudslimz kill each other on an unbelievable scale.
And I’d much rather have a muslim mad at me than a Sikh.
I was actually expecting/hoping the shooter would be a muslim.
Didn’t Bachman also warn in a letter back in June that there would be the possibility of attacks on the Sikh community?
I don’t recall that but I’m still on my 1st cup.