The Islamists Behind the Protest Curtain

by CATHY HINNERS March 14, 2016

The Ummah (Muslim community) is rising. This is a phrase often used in mosques to describe their role in the movements of the disenfranchised, and the "oppressed" such as Black Lives Matter (BLM) and LGBTQ. This is also a call to action. Several months ago, Hamas supporter and national director of the terrorist group CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) Nihad Awad said Muslims in key states will have the power to sway the 2016 election. And swaying they are, in more ways than one.

While the Islamists are not the only group behind the scenes pushing the fervor that erupted on Friday evening causing a Trump rally to be cancelled, they are unfortunately a group that has influence as well as money. What social misfit wouldn't be charmed by the Muslim community as they provide free legal services, free health care at local Islamic centers, free food and a huge platform for their plight to be heard.  Everyone knows you don't bite the hand that feeds you, hence the growing numbers of supporters for Islamists and their ideology, and candidates for office that will serve their purposes.

Ahmed Bedier, a former director of CAIR in Tampa FL, is another player in the Muslim Brotherhood who also has met in private with Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders. Below, Bedier thanks all of Sanders' supporters for coming together to stop free speech, which the BLM and LGBTQ agree with.

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Abdul Malik Mujahid, founder of the Muslim Brotherhood website Soundvision.com, was one of the instigators behind the scenes, calling for all blacks and browns to show up at the Trump rally.

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It's all about freedom of speech, and the effort to stop it. It's all about control and the effort to have it. It is clear that the goal of the Muslim Brotherhood wants both. Trump and his supporters are accused by the Islamists as being anti Muslim, anti-Islam, bigots and racists. The same words they label anyone that opposes their ideology and ambition and the same words BLM and gay groups use if you offend them.

However, the Islamists are cowards. You don't see Muslims getting arrested at protests, you don't see Muslims involved in fist fights or resisting the police, in fact, you don't really see Muslims fighting their own fight at all. They use safe platforms, ones that make them look peaceful, tolerant and like victims. But behind the scenes they push forward those that are dissatisfied with the system, and feel oppressed.  After all, Muslims believe they are superior and all others are disposable. They can't afford to tarnish their victim reputation.

The Islamists may not act alone, but their force is behind the curtain. Perhaps when their pawns catch on, the curtain will fall.

Cathy Hinners is a decorated, retired police officer of 20 years.  While active, she developed a course on Middle Eastern Crime, Culture and Community and delivered it to thousands of law enforcement officers across the country.  Hinners was also a contract instructor with the U. S. Department of Homeland Security's Center for Domestic Preparedness, delivering training to the National Guard, New York Police Dept. and other law enforcement agencies on Weapons of Mass Destruction and bomb recognition.  In June of 2015, Cathy was named by the Southern Poverty Law Center, along with 11 other women, who speak out against the implementation of Sharia law in the United States. Cathy is the founder of dailyrollcall.com


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