Muslim Terrorists Attack Us… and WE Lose Our Rights!
Department of Homeland Security is asking for $100 million to help steer American millennials away from radical Islam
In a new report, DHS cautions against Islamic words which contribute to an ‘us versus them’ mentality
They say terms like ‘Muslim Americans’ and ‘the Muslim world’ should be replaced with ‘American Muslims’ and ‘Muslim communities
Be sure to read our ‘Editorial Footnote’ below this article…
by, Ashley Collman | The Daily Mail – UK | h/t Blazing CatFur
The Department of Homeland Security thinks censorship will help stop American millennials from becoming drawn to groups like ISIS.
DHS’ Advisory Council has released a report, suggesting that we stop making the fight against radical Islam an ‘us versus them’ fight.
In order to do this, the department says it should ‘reject religiously-charged terminology and problematic positioning by using plain meaning American English’.
That means doing away with Islamic terms like ‘jihad’ – which means holy war- and ‘sharia law,’ which are rules that govern ways of life in Muslim governments.
The department also says we should stop using the term ‘Muslim Americans’ and ‘the Muslim world’, and replace them with ‘American Muslims’ and ‘Muslim communities’.
Homeland Security is leading an effort to address young Americans becoming radicalized online by groups such as ISIS and the al-Nusra Front.
The department is asking that $100million be used to fund the effort, which will go towards paying experts and creating social media programs and technology to steer millennials away from terrorist recruiters.
‘The department’s CVE efforts are an attempt to protect our nation’s young people from extremists who prey upon the Millennial generation,’ the report says.
‘The department must reframe the conversation to reflect this reality and design a robust program around the protection of our youth, which must include predator awareness and an understanding of radicalization. In doing so, our citizens will be better equipped for this threat.’
DHS’ report was released just days before a Muslim man killed 49 people in an Orlando, Florida gay club.
The FBI is still investigating what caused 29-year-old Omar Mateen to go on the rampage, but they are looking into whether he had become radicalized in his faith.
Mateen was born in the U.S. to parents from Afghanistan. He reportedly claimed in a 911 call during the stand-off that he was carrying out the shooting on behalf of ISIS.
In the aftermath of the shooting, President Obama was highly criticized for his failure to refer to Mateen as a ‘radical Islamic terrorist’.
President Obama addressed these critiques directly on Tuesday, saying: ‘Calling a threat by a different name does not make it go away. … There’s no magic to the phrase of radical Islam. It’s a political talking point.’
by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled
Any attempt to steal rights from the American citizen is beyond treason.
Our rights were not given to us by any man..but rather, they were endowed to each of us at birth, by Our Creator.
Man is not capable of creating (or) giving you a right. But rather, man is only capable of restricting, limiting or taking your rights away completely.
Do you see the name of this site? ‘sharia unveiled.’
“I” did NOT create that name… no more than I created the letters that comprise that name.
That name was given to me by my Lord thy G-d.
The inspiration and vision for this site were given to me by my Lord thy G-d.
And who the hell are the DHS, to think they can come steal something from us, that they never contributed to?
On my life I pledge this to be true…
I will go to prison and die in prison before I ever allow the government to dictate to me, which words I can use and which words I cannot use.
The name of this site will NEVER change!
We are sharia unveiled..
Today, Tomorrow and FOREVER!
Here is the DHS Report in it’s entirety…
by, Sam Prince | Heavy.com
In this first video, three men who stand accused of collaborating with enemies of Daesh are publicly executed by point blank gunshots to the back of the head after being interviewed. Viewer discretion is advised….
Title: “And Whoever Is An Ally To Them Among You – Then Indeed, He Is [One] Of Them #1”
In this second video purportedly released by the Islamic State, three men accused of being enemies of ISIS are publicly executed in “Wilayat Homs,” Syria. The video is titled “And Whoever Is An Ally To Them Among You – Then Indeed, He Is [One] Of Them #2” and it was released on December 22, 2015. The title comes from Quranic verse 5:51, which reads:
“O you who have believed, do not take the Jews and the Christians as allies. They are [in fact] allies of one another. And whoever is an ally to them among you – then indeed, he is [one] of them. Indeed, Allah guides not the wrongdoing people.” Click on for photos. Viewer discretion is advised.
..Although, Muslims are welcome to convert ‘Christians’ ..by the tongue (or) by the sword
by, Tom Heneghan | RNS | Gene Veith | Cranach via. Patheos | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop
The Protestant state church in the Rhineland has issued a statement saying that Christians should not try to evangelize Muslim immigrants. It maintains that the Great Commission does not mean Christians should try to convert others to their faith. This, despite the phenomenon of more and more Muslim immigrants becoming Christians, thanks in part to the efforts of the independent Lutheran church (SELK). — Gene Veith | Cranach
(RNS) One of Germany’s largest Protestant regional churches has come under fire from other Christians for speaking out against efforts to convert Muslims just as tens of thousands of refugees from the Islamic world are streaming into the country.
In a new position paper, the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland says the passage in the Gospel of Matthew known as the Great Commission — “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” — does not mean Christians must try to convert others to their faith.
“A strategic mission to Islam or meeting Muslims to convert them threatens social peace and contradicts the spirit and mandate of Jesus Christ and is therefore to be firmly rejected,” the paper entitled “Pilgrim Fellowship and Witness in Dialogue with Muslims” argues.
This initiative by the mainline Rhineland church, published in early October, prompted a sharp response from Germany’s small evangelical movement.
“We declare firmly that the fundamental missionary task of Christians, namely to preach the Gospel of Jesus to others and invite them to follow it, cannot be given up,” said Hartmut Steeb, secretary general of the German Evangelical Alliance.
The 32-page document could hardly have come at a more sensitive time.
Germany expects to receive 800,000 to 1 million asylum seekers this year, mostly Muslims from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. The country’s Islamic minority could soon overtake France’s 5 million to become Europe’s largest. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s warm welcome to all refugees fleeing war and oppression has led to major political controversies at home and abroad.
Some fellow Christian Democrats accuse Merkel of recklessly flinging open Germany’s borders. Far-right groups protesting against a purported “Islamization” of German society are gathering support.
At the same time, hundreds of Muslims are reported to have converted this year. The fact that most are Iranians and Afghans, who could face the death penalty for apostasy back home if they were deported, has prompted some German Muslims to ask whether they are only converting to better their chances for political asylum.
The dividing line over proselytizing roughly runs between Germany’s mainline Protestant churches — mostly the Lutheran, Reformed and United groups — that make up about 30 percent of the population and its evangelical churches that account for only about 1 percent.
Both call themselves evangelical (evangelisch), with the latter sometimes using the term “evangelikanisch” to show the difference.
While most Christian churches have mobilized to help the newcomers, Roman Catholics and mainline Protestants have not spoken of the refugee crisis as an opportunity for evangelization.
By contrast, the Consortium of Evangelical Missions — an association linking mission activities of evangelical groups around the country — told its members in late September: “We have today the unique opportunity to introduce Jesus to countless people right here who have not yet heard the Good News.”
The consortium statement stressed that most refugees were Muslims who “have escaped Islamist terror (and) are deeply shocked at the inhuman barbarity committed in the name of their religion.” Many had never met a Christian and would ask why Europeans were so friendly to them “while their cousins in Arabia turn them away so heartlessly.”
The statement even pointed out that many Syrians were well-educated, hardworking and had a relatively low birth rate. “Fears about a ‘biological takeover’ do not correspond to the facts,” it stated.
Barbara Rudolph, head of mission work for the mainline Evangelical Church in the Rhineland, said the position paper had been misunderstood. “This is not about ending our missionary work,” she said.
In 2011, she noted, the World Council of Churches, the Vatican and the World Evangelical Alliance issued a joint code of conduct entitled “Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World” that said Christians should avoid “inappropriate methods of exercising mission by resorting to deception and coercive means.”
Rudolph said the document by her regional church was part of a broader discussion within the Evangelical Church in Germany, the country’s main national association of Protestant churches, based on the 2011 code of conduct.
“We want to live in a way that makes others curious about our faith,” she said. “Whoever wants to become a Christian can be baptized.”
This new approach to the Great Commission has come under criticism even from within Rudolph’s church. Comments about it on her blog are mostly negative. “This new understanding of mission … excludes the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It mixes up law and Gospel by arguing that a certain ethical behavior amounts to missionary work,” wrote one pastor.
Another mission official for the Rhineland church said the document seemed to give up the very idea of spreading the Christian faith. “I base my life on the fundamental truth of the Gospel,” Pastor Christoph Noetzel told the independent Christian news service Idea. “I’d like to do it in the future as well, without it being relativized by my church.”
An official for mission work with the Evangelical Church in Germany, Hans-Hermann Pompe, told Idea: “If someone concludes from this document that it’s all the same to Protestants whether they follow Jesus or Mohammad, its authors should not be surprised.”
by, Lynn Arditi | Providence Journal | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Four male Johnson & Wales University students have been arrested in connection with a reported sexual assault and alleged drugging of two female students at the university.
The police have charged Mohammed Alsaqer, a 20-year-old sophomore, and Yazeed Alasiri, a 23-year-old senior, both from Saudi Arabia, with assaulting the women at the young men’s residence in Pawtucket after meeting the women at a nightclub in Providence on Thursday night.
Late Tuesday night, Pawtucket police charged two more Johnson & Wales students — Mohammed Aljohani, 20, and Tareq Alharbi, 22 — with first-degree sexual assault.
Video courtesy of: WPRI
Aljohani, a sophomore, enrolled at the university in the fall of 2014; Alharbi, a freshman, enrolled in March 2014, a university spokeswoman said.
All four accused students have been placed on interim suspension pending the university conduct board’s review of the case, the university said.
Alsaqer and Alasiri had danced with the women at the Colosseum nightclub in Providence and met them again late Thursday night, according to the police during a District Court appearance by the men Tuesday.
Pawtucket police Sgt. Mark Boisclair said during the court appearance that the men invited the women back to their apartment at 413 Central Ave., in Pawtucket, to smoke marijuana. The women agreed and were handed open containers of beer to drink during the ride back, Boisclair said in court.
The women later told the police that they smoked a hookah at the apartment and began feeling ill. One woman told the police that she went into a bathroom and was followed by Alsaqer, who covered her mouth and raped her, Boisclair said. She told the police that Alsaqer carried her into a bedroom, where she woke up to a different man raping her. Boisclair said the police have not yet identified that man.
The other woman said that she blacked out, but woke up to Alasiri groping her in a bed, Boisclair said in court.
Both women told the police that they were unable to fight back, leading investigators to believe they had been drugged, Boisclair said.
The police were called Friday evening after one of the women went to Women & Infants Hospital.
Alsaqer is charged with first-degree sexual assault, and Alasiri is charged with second-degree sexual assault. Magistrate Joseph P. Ippolito Jr. ordered Alsaqer held without bail and set Alasiri’s bail at $100,000 surety. The men were assisted by an Arabic-speaking interpreter.
The federal Clery Act requires that a university notify the community when it becomes aware of a threat to the physical safety of the campus community, even if the incident occurs off-campus, Frank D. LoMonte, executive director of the Student Press Law Center, said.
“Until [Tuesday], Pawtucket police requested that JWU not take any action or provide notice to the community so not to hamper their investigation,” JWU’s Pelosi said.
Mona Walter, an ex-Muslim living in Sweden
‘..Reading al-Qur’an turns Muslims into killing machines..’
by, Brenda Walker | V Dare -|- Dale Hurd | CBN -|- h/t Glen Roberts | Trop
CBN reporter Dale Hurd recently interviewed Mona Walter, an ex-Muslim living in Sweden, to learn about her spiritual journey. After she left Somalia for Scandinavia as a refugee, she read the Koran for the first time and discovered the truth of what Islam is about. Her search eventually led her to Christianity, but her mission is still with Islam, namely to tell Muslims what the Koran really says.
Truth-tellers, particularly when the subject is Islam, often face a lot of resistance. Walter gets death threats and sometimes needs security when she travels. She is brave to do outreach to the Allah tribe, but the hostile reaction of Muslims again demonstrates what a monster the west has created by allowing Islam immigration.
GOTHENBURG, Sweden — Mona Walter is on a mission. Her mission is for more Muslims to know what is in the Koran. She says if more Muslims knew what was in the Koran, more would leave Islam.
Walter came to Sweden from Somalia as a war refugee when she was 19. She says she was excited about joining a modern European nation with equal rights for women. But as a young Muslim woman, that was not the Sweden she encountered.
A Real Introduction to Islam
It was in Sweden that she first experienced radical Islam on a daily basis.
“I discovered Islam first in Sweden. In Somalia, you’re just a Muslim, without knowing the Koran. But then you come to Sweden and you go to mosque and there is the Koran, so you have to cover yourself and you have to be a good Muslim.”
Walter says she grew up in Somalia never having read the Koran.
“I didn’t know what I was a part of. I didn’t know who Mohammed was. I didn’t know who Allah was. So, when I found out, I was upset. I was sad and I was disappointed,” she recalled.
And it was in Sweden that Walters says she discovered Allah is a god who hates, and that Islam is not a religion of peace.
“It’s about hating and killing those who disagree with Islam. It’s about conquering. Mohammed, he was immoral. He was a bloodthirsty man. He was terrible man, and Muslims can read that in his biography — what he did to Jews, how he raped women, how he killed people. I mean, he killed everyone who didn’t agree with him,” she explained.
Discouraged, Walter left Islam and became an atheist, until one day a family member encouraged her to read the Bible. She still remembers the first time she read Matthew 5:44, where Jesus said to “love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.”
Christianity, a New Perspective
“It was very strange for me to ‘love your enemy,’ because in Islam it is ‘kill your enemy.’ ‘Kill your enemy and anyone who refuses Islam.’ But Jesus Christ was all about love and peace and forgiveness and tolerance, and for some reason, I needed that,” she said.
She went to see Pastor Fouad Rasho of Angered Alliance Church, a Syrian immigrant who ministers to former Muslims in Sweden.
“She started to believe and she came to me. And that was the beginning of her trusting,” he said.
When she accepted Christ, Walter said she felt “so happy” and “filled with joy.”
Walter says the Lord gave her a burden for Muslims who still do not know the truth about Islam. And she began to study the Koran, and began copying verses from the Koran and handing them out on the street to Muslim women.
Rescuing Muslims with Truth
“Sometimes they listen and sometimes they become very upset, and I tell them, ‘You know your husband has a right to beat you if you don’t obey him?’ And they say ‘No, It does not say that.’ ‘Yes, it does say that.’ I thought if I tell them about Muhammed and about the Koran and about this god of Islam who hates, who kills, who discriminates against women, maybe they will have a choice and leave,” she explained.
But in politically correct Sweden, Walter has come under attack for simply repeating what is in the Koran.
“I’ve been called an ‘Islamophobe,’ and yeah [they tell me], ‘You’ve been bought,’ ‘You’re a house nigger,’ and stuff like that, terrible things, ” she said.
She has also been called a racist. Walter warns that Islamic radicalism is a serious threat in Sweden, and says Swedish society should care more about women trapped in Islam.
“[Swedes] will think, ‘Oh, we’re in Sweden; we have freedom of religion,’ but Muslim women don’t have freedom of religion. They live under the law of Allah, not under Swedish law. So they will suppose everyone has freedom of religion. We don’t have freedom of religion. It’s not for Muslim women. It’s for everyone else,” Walter argued.
Walter lives under death threats and sometimes travels with police protection. She wanted to show us Muslim areas around Gothenburg, but had to first dress as a Muslim. She believes if she were to show her face, she would be attacked.
“I can never go to those areas just being me, flesh and blood Mona. I would never get out of there alive,” she said.
“I mean, Muslims are normally good people like everyone else,” she continued. “But then when they read the Koran, then they become a killing machine.”
“This so-called ISIS, al Shabab or Boko Haram, they’re not like extremists. They’re not fanatical. They’re just good Muslims, good Muslims who follow the teachings of Islam. The prophet Mohammed, he did that. They’re doing what he did,” she explained.
Walter now uses videos and speaking appearances to spread her message. And she says she won’t stop, even though her life is in danger.
by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled
If ‘anyone’ ever harms a hair on this woman’s head…
I will make it my personal mission to harm every hair on their head.
by, Daud Olatunji, Aeokuta | Vanguard
Nigeria: Ogun State Police Command, yesterday, arrested five suspected ritualists, including two women, with human head and other parts in Joju area of Ota in Ado Odo-Ota local government.
This came barely one month after a herbalist was caught with 18 human skulls in the same local government.
The Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Muyiwa Adejobi, in a statement, said the suspects were arrested during a joint operation by men of the state Police Command and the Special Anti- Robbery Squad from Lagos Command.
The suspects were reportedly caught following a tip-off.
“The Divisional Police Officer in charge Otta Division, CSP Gabreal Idibie, led a team of operatives to assist the SARS Lagos, who got first hand information, to Joju area where the five suspects were arrested and exhibits recovered for further investigation and adequate prosecution,” Adejobi said.
“The suspects arrested are Kubura Salami, Tantolorun Abimbola, Kafaya Popoola, Wahid Ibrahim and Adamu Rafiu.”