You may remember that the United Nations Human Rights Council is busily investigating the United States for Islamophobia. Let me put it another way THEY ARE INVESTIGATING THE UNITED STATES??? THE MOST FREE NATION IN THE WORLD?????!!! According to most polls I have seen Islamophobia is not growing. What IS growing is Islamofacist CLAIMS of Islamophobia every time Muslim is arrested/convicted of terrorism related charges, Racial Profiling (last time I looked Islam was not a race) The truth in many cases those who whine the most are the ones who are involved with terrorists such as unindicted co-conspirator in the HLF case CAIR.
So who does the UN’s Human Rights Keystone Kops talk to in their investigation of Islamophobia in the US? People CAIR and HLF!!!! Well gee that makes tons of sense! Read the IPT report below:
U.N. Rapporteur Turns to Usual Suspects on “Islamophobia” by IPT
I can see that there is already some impact after Jihad in Afghanistan in the Intifada movement in Palestine. With this, more courage, more strength, more confidence and shall I even say that in a few years we will be celebrating with each other the victory of Islam in Palestine. Insh’allah, we shall be celebrating the coming of the Masjid al-Aqsa under the Islamic rule. We shall be celebrating insh’allah the coming of Jerusalem and the whole land of Palestine insh’allah and the establishment of the Islamic State throughout that area.
He also advises the U.S. to turn away from what he considers injustice, telling a 2000 rally in Washington, D.C. that if it does not stop supporting Israel’s military, “the wrath of God will come. Please! Please all Americans, do you remember that, that Allah is watching everyone. God is watching everyone. If you continue doing injustice, and tolerating injustice, the wrath of God will come.” During his tenure as ISNA president, the organization defended Hamas political director Mousa Abu Marzook, jailed by U.S. officials at the time as part of an extradition effort for him to face murder charges in Israel. Following his release, Marzook included ISNA among those deserving his special thanks for supporting and consoling him during his jailing and extradition process. Incredibly, CAIR included Marzook’s arrest as an example of anti-Muslim bias and violence in its 1996 report, The Status of Muslim Civil Rights in the United States. Marzook helped launch the Holy Land Foundation with more than $200,000, records show, and prosecutors say he chose the group to be the primary Hamas fundraising arm in America. According to the Washington Post, Hamdan freely admits raising money for HLF.
Hamdan, who was convicted of overstaying a student visa issued 27 years ago, has acknowledged traveling around the country as a Holy Land fundraiser. But “I was never a terrorist fundraiser,” said Hamdan, who was born in a Palestinian refugee camp in the West Bank.
He’s either lying or ignorant. We know a lot more about HLF than we did back in 2006, when Hamdan was released from jail despite a deportation order. For starters, HLF was part of a secret Muslim Brotherhood committee in America created to advance the Hamas agenda. Hamdan’s bosses at HLF, including Shukri Abu Baker, attended a 1993 meeting of this “Palestine Committee” in Philadelphia, where the group discussed ways to help Hamas derail the newly signed Oslo Peace Accords and how to deceive people about their true objectives. During this meeting, HLF President Shukri Abu Baker said nothing after a speaker identified as Abdul Rahman suggests that “the most important thing we can provide in this stage is to support Jihad in Palestine. I believe it is the only way if we want to bring the goals of the [peace] accord to fail.” HLF routinely turned to Hamas officials and supporters to speak at rallies and fundraisers in the U.S. Records show that the organization used Mohammed Siyam, a Hamas leader from Gaza, as a roving ambassador, sending him throughout the U.S. to Colombia and Brazil for fundraisers during the early 1990s. These are the people with whom Diène met to discuss the depth of “Islamophobia” and what should be done about it — people who think it is “Islamophobic” to designate Hamas, Hezbollah and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad as terrorist groups. According to the Council statement, Diène intends to issue a report on Islamophobia to the U.N. for release in 2009.