Strike 3! Or is it #4 for Zuhdi and ACT!? I am starting to lose count on how many ACT! members duck my simple questions. In the past ACT!’s Chris Slick, Guy Rodgers, Hal Weatherman, National Communications and Marketing Director of ACT!, Kelly Cook, and the Queen of False Hope Brigitte Gabriel, could not explain how Jasser and others will reform Islam. Now tonight the leader of this ludicrous campaign Zudhi Jasser himself could not explain how he will reform Islam. Nor would he condemn Mohammad for taking sex slaves!
The picture above was taken from this week’s ACT!/Zuhdi Jasser/Peter King’s rally in support of the NYPD. One of the “big” points of the event was that there were “moderate” Muslims attending in support of the NYPD. What is interesting about the picture is the Muslim man in the middle, with the cap and sun glasses on. He is Imam Mohammad Abdul Qayyoom, head of the Muhammadi Community Center in Jackson Heights. The Imam is petitioning to make Mohammad’s birthday a national holiday! Yes, that right! He wants America to honor his pedophile and rapist hero. I know, I know….he’s a “moderate”….good work there Zuhdi and King.
In my last article on ACT! we saw that the leaders do not like to be criticized, over their weak stance of promoting so called “moderate Muslim” Zuhdi Jasser. Well now Brigitte “the Queen of False Hope” Gabriel, took her defense of Jasser to a whole new level. A level that clearly has the public turning on her! Last night Dawn Ellen an anti-Sharia sister of mine on Facebook, posted information on my wall stating Gabriel was actually deleting comments criticising ACT! and their support of Jasser. To make matters even worse, Brigitte Gabriel uses Muslim Brotherhood rhetoric against those who question her propping up of non-representative Muslim. Yes, that’s’ right. She called us hateful and dropped the bigot bomb! Wow!
Most of the regulars here most likely know that I am no fan of the “moderate” Muslims, are coming to the rescue line of thinking. That strategy was tried in the UK, and it was a huge failure. If one takes an honest look at the situation, you will see that this line of thinking, is nothing more than wishful thinking.
Not only is it wishful thinking, it also spreads false hope in the war with Islam. The reality is that Islam is clearly on the move in America, and “moderate” Muslims are not coming to the rescue. It is past time that the non-Muslims of America realize this.
I remember back in December when many of us anti-jihadists got excited when Peter King, Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee announced, he will be holding hearings on the “radicalization” of some American Muslims. But then in January that excitement quickly faded for many of us, as King stated he would not be calling Islam expert Robert Spencer, and the Investigative Project on Terrorism’s Steve Emerson as witnesses.
The other I received the following email in response to my “Brigitte Gabriel: “Radicals are Hijacking the Agenda”, “Moderates” the Answer”, article.
I was told that self-professed “moderate” Muslim M. Zuhdi Jasser, M.D. had written an article for “American Thinker”, in which he attacked me, Pamela Geller, and Robert Spencer.
Exactly one month ago, the door of hope was opened when Peter King (R), House Committee on Homeland Security, stated he will hold hearings on the “radicalization” of certain American Muslims.
Now, we learn that the door of hope is quickly being closed, as King’s proposed solution to the problem will not stem the tide of radical thought. This is the main policy that the UK has implemented and it has proven to be a failure in reducing the numbers & activity of “radical” Muslims, leading to more concessions to Islam.
Today I received the following email from ACT! for America, it’s about the so called Muslim Zuhdi Jasser.
I have to say that I was a bit surprised when I saw Zuhdi Jasser’s comments in a Washington Post article, written by Jeff Stein. I didn’t think that his “moderate” Muslim movement, or for that matter any “moderate” Muslim movement was going to accomplish much these days, but I did not expect this.