New Islamic US political party:
The USMCO is the US Muslim Council of Organizations, formed in March of 2014 in Chicago. Here is a link dealing with its formation and purpose:
“In April 2011, Project Mobilize successfully fielded its first candidatesfor political office: Asif Yusuf was elected as Oakbrook Village trustee; Ahmed Aduib was elected to the Bridgeview library board; Nuha Hasan was elected as a Village of Justice park district commissioner. Four years earlier in 2007, the Chicago Council on Global Affairs sponsored a study about political and civic participation, which included the Muslim American community. Project Mobilize stated that among the top three recommendations of this diverse task force was to increase the civic participation of the Muslim American population beyond its current scope. This principle mirrors the fundamental objective of Project M and its three-pronged mission.
In the Project Mobilize website section Why Us? Why Now? it is clear that Project Mobilize was the genesis for the formation of the USCMO: There is political talent in the Muslim American community that needs only direction and resources in order to gain substantive footing. Project Mobilize leadership intended for itself to be a catalyst for political action: The long and extensive history of mobilization by several local Muslim-membered organizations has adequately laid the foundation for more strategic and consistent organizing efforts in the future.
In President Barack Obamas first term, the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States began to experience a political climate more conducive to their advancement of Phases of the World Underground Movement Plan in accordance with the framework articulated by influential Muslim Brotherhood theologian Sayyid Qutb in his book Milestones. Project Mobilize affirmed this reality on their website: And finally, the political climate is ripe for an organization that will pave the way for concentrated advocacy efforts in the name of the Muslim American community. The Project Mobilize leadership tactically positioned itself looking long term with the eventual formation of the USCMO coming to fruition in March 2014.
As the 2016 presidential election cycle heats up, the USCMO initiative to fortify Muslim citizenship rights by conducting a census of American Muslims to create a database that will be used to enhance civic and political participation in upcoming elections, shows all the outward signs that the Muslim Brotherhood actively is working to create the equivalent of the Republican Partys GOP Data Center, formerly known as Voter Vault.”