ACT!’s B. Gabriel FINALLY admits Islam Itself is the Problem!

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Well, after years of calling out ACT!’s Brigitte Gabriel on her message of “Islamism” being the problem, she has finally admitted that Islam itself is the problem! This much needed dose of honesty came through on last night’s Sean Hannity show.

The man who lead the way was Faith Freedom International’s one and only, ex-Muslim and colleague Ali Sina!

During the interview Mr. Sina didn’t pull any punches, as he flat out laid the blame of Boko Haram’s taking of sex slaves on Islam.

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He also didn’t have any kind words for the King of Perverts, Mohammad. While mentioning that Dr. Zuhdi Jasser was not being honest with the public about Islam.

Friends, this is much needed breakthrough in the information war with Islam. Enjoy the podcast!

Hat tip to Kab Ashraf and Tommy H.

The Sean Hannity Show

My question is, why was she not being honest with the public all of this time?



18 comments for “ACT!’s B. Gabriel FINALLY admits Islam Itself is the Problem!

  1. Jan Sobieski (@RefugeeRacket)
    May 21, 2014 at 7:26 pm

    Yes I was surprised Ali Sina was on Hannity. That is a breakthrough as well. Maybe things are looking up.

    • admin
      May 21, 2014 at 8:30 pm

      I think Hannity was taken by surprise as well. lol

  2. May 21, 2014 at 10:43 pm

    It sounded to me like Hannity was shellshocked, did not know how to respond. He will probably catch some heat for it. Had this happened on the t.v. show, there would certainly be great heat.

    I am glad that I put you onto this!

    • admin
      May 21, 2014 at 11:11 pm

      Yes, thanks again!

  3. Perry Birman
    May 22, 2014 at 7:24 pm

    Hannity’s discomfort may come from the fact that one of the major shareholders in Fox News (Newscorp) is one Prince al-Waleed bin Talal pf Saudi Arabia. You know, the guy Rudy Giuliani told to shove his 10 million dollar check where the sun don’t shine after the Saudi said 9/11 was caused by US policy toward Pali-Nazis.

  4. Abdul Ameer
    May 23, 2014 at 11:49 am

    You do Brigitte Gabriel an injustice. In her first book, Because They Hate, written back in 2006, she wrote: “Islamic terrorists the world over, whom we characterize as fanatic, are really just very devout followers of Muhammad. They are following his example and doing exactly what the Koran teaches…” Here, she is not “admitting” that Islam is the problem; she is asserting it.

    When she says that Moslems “can be” loyal Americans, she is talking about Moslems as people, not about Islam as a body of doctrines. Moslems, like followers of other religions, can be observant or non-observant, practicing or non-practicing. The non-observant Moslems, the non-practicing Moslems can be loyal Americans precisely because the do not follow the Islamic jihadist doctrines.

    We need to distinguish between Islam as a belief system and Moslems, as people who may or may not follow the doctrines.

    • June 1, 2014 at 3:17 am

      Gabriel began to turn her back on the truth some time ago asserting that Islam could reform and that it was a good religion etc etc. Well it’s a terrible religion and it can’t reform. We repeatedly challenged her on her back-peddling and were repeatedly blown off. She has shown herself to be an arrogant hypocrite. I used to be an ACT chapter leader but now I have little, if any, respect for her.

    • June 1, 2014 at 3:29 am

      The Islamic doctrine is evil. This cannot be denied. ALL Moslems support the doctrine therefore ALL Moslems support evil. There is absolute NOTHING good about being Moslem. When Moslems stop being Moslem, then they can become authentic, good and honorable people. I have nothing but contempt for people who freely choose to become Moslem or remain Moslem.

  5. May 24, 2014 at 8:06 am

    Chris can speak for himself, but I think he has been very clear about the “need to distinguish between Islam as a belief system and ordinary Moslems, as people who may or may not follow the doctrines” but we all should be equally clear that when circumstances change usually so does the hand that feeds them. In other words when one starts seeing large number of “Moslems in name only” stand up in unison with secular and competing religionists against the barbarism of Islam, especially when things begin to get rough, then we might have something positive. Or maybe not. Muslims have a history of cowering and backing down when things turn against them, only to rise back up to fight another day. As along as the West tolerates Islam in its own lands, there will be room for suspicion.

    • gfmucci
      May 29, 2014 at 7:17 pm


      Assuming such “ordinary Moslems” (let’s say US resident Muslims for the sake of discussion) are reasonably intelligent human beings, with a moderate amount of awareness of what is going in within their culture, wouldn’t they realize that being associated with Islam is an evil that they need desperately to disassociate themselves from? For a variety of reasons, they don’t disassociate themselves, even though they don’t fully practice their identified “faith.” That may be because of an aspect of their faith that requires them to blend in with an infidel culture until they reach a certain tipping point in numbers or influence. Or it could be sloth. In either case, as long as they refuse to disassociate themselves from that evil, both in action and in name, and as long as they don’t speak out loudly against the evils of Islam, then it must be assumed that they are still devoted to that ideology and cultural practices to some unknown extent that could be detrimental to a) your health b) your freedoms or c) the future of this nation and your children. In fact, looking at the history of Muslim actions both through the centuries and in recent events, I am 99% certain that “ordinary Muslims” (those the media call “moderate” or “cultural” are not benign and are in league with their more openly devout leaders who practice and promote the evils of Islam.

      I equate the belief that we should give any Muslim a free pass with ordinary Nazi’s in the late 30’s/early 40’s refusing to disassociate themselves from Nazism being given a free pass. When oh when will we understand this?

      • admin
        May 29, 2014 at 7:32 pm

        I continually state the fact that no Muslim will condemn any verse in the Koran, or any of the actions of Mohammad. They are not to be trusted. Doing so is a recipe for disaster.

      • May 30, 2014 at 3:07 am

        Well done, Mucci. You’ve hit all the right marks. I am quite aware of the these same talking points you mention, and have published variations of them many times on my own blog. However, human nature being what it is, there are different tacts to take when dealing with individuals than in dealing with theory, probabilities, crowds, relative peace and outright war. I may spit at Islam, but that does not mean I would spit on every Muslim whose acquaintance I happen to meet. As they say, in context, all things must be considered. I realize you don’t know me from Hopscotch, so you were trying to enhance my understanding of the ruthlessness of Islam, and thus Muslims, but I assure you I consider each “Muslim” on the planet I meet a threat, am not unaware of the arts of espionage, and do not encourage careless friendships with Muslims. The day has come when Islam is again oppressing and eradicating Jews and Christians from the face of the earth. This is not to be taken with a grain of salt. Like its founder, Islam is wicked to its core.

  6. May 29, 2014 at 6:56 pm

    In spite of Brigittes “shocking” statements about the truth of the source of violence and hate among the most active, devout, and respected Muslims (in the Muslim communities) being Islam itself, what effect do you think this will have on her Act for America organization? I was considering being a leader in a local chapter a few years ago but was discouraged from doing so by the ACT leadership because I held the view that Islam is the problem and ACT needed to get that message out. The leaders basically told me that is politically incorrect and that truth would be damaging to their organization. Has Brigitte REALLY changed? Will the organization REALLY change? Does she or does she not control the direction and message of ACT, or is leadership in other hands?

    • admin
      May 29, 2014 at 7:29 pm

      You are not the only one who has asked that question. Will she continue with this truth, or will she go back to business as usual?

      • gfmucci
        May 30, 2014 at 9:11 am

        I will put my money (what little I have) on what I have been told by ACT leaders in the past: That while they personally believe that Islam itself is evil, they will CONTINUE to publicly promote the idea that only “radical” Islam is the problem because they don’t want to overburden the sensibilities of the media with the real truth and get demonized by our still (mostly) ignorant/oblivious/everything-is-kule culture. That is like the Congressman saying “while I personally am opposed to abortion, I will not oppose legislation to give women that right. ACT knows better but will continue to avoid telling the public what it knows.

        • admin
          May 30, 2014 at 7:07 pm

          I wouldn’t take that bet.

    • June 1, 2014 at 3:34 am

      I used to be a chapter leader and when I challenged her on her good Islam position she blew me off like an annoying insect. Gabriel is an arrogant hypocrite. I don’t trust her in the least.

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