Hillary and Obama Whose Side Are You On?

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M. Zuhdi Jasser, MD
How quick our establishment puppets forget or are they just relying on YOU, the American public to forget?  In March of 2012 Muslim activist M. Zuhdi Jasser, MD led a coalition of American Muslims and their supporters in New York to demonstrate their support of the NYPD against accusations by organizations like CAIR, The New York Times, and radical Islamic groups that were unjustly targeting the Muslim community.
The demonstration  was a loud declaration of solidarity by American Muslims with those who  work hard to fight against the spread of radical Islam in the West and the threat it posed to Western democracy. The demonstration was organized by Dr. Jasser and the American Islamic Leadership Coalition, members of which include author Manda Zand Ervin of the Alliance of Iranian Women,  Tarek Fatah of the Muslim Canadian Congress, and others.
This demonstration was just one of many led by  Dr. Jasser,  founder of The American Islamic Forum for Democracy (AIFD) advocates for the preservation of the founding principles of the United States Constitution, liberty and freedom, through the separation of mosque and state. https://aifdemocracy.org/

Founded in 2003, AIFD is the most prominent American Muslim organization confronting the ideologies of political Islam and the belief that the Muslim faith is inextricably rooted to the concept of the Islamic State.  AIFD seeks to build the future of Islam through liberty and freedom and not be held under radical Islam sharia law practices that infringe on individual liberties that America’s constitution demonstrate.

Now, will someone please tell Hillary Clinton and  Mr. Obama that right here in America their are American Muslims who have known for a long time  what radical Islam is and they are not in support of it. They are not offended by the name, it is the same term they use.
In response to President Obama’s address against terrorism speech last Monday,  December 7, 2015, Dr. Jasser  wrote the following to the AIFD:
“We are pleased with much of what the President had to say, noting that he seems to have shifted from more coddling language to what sounds like a firmer stance against terror. What remains to be seen, however, and what would demonstrate a meaningful and demonstrative shift toward REAL solutions – is if his engagement of the Muslim community changes. In order to be successful in obliterating violent extremism, President Obama must start at the root of the root – political Islam – the seed from which groups like ISIS grow. The President was right – many Muslims, including myself – have and do serve our nation in the military, law enforcement, and other roles essential to keeping us safe. And we need his leadership, too.
We invite the President to begin working with the real reformers and change agents from within the Muslim community, such as those of us who met in Washington, D.C. last week at a summit to craft and announce the launch of the Muslim Reform Movement. In our declaration, we outlined multiple principles consistent with President Obama’s stated values: equality of the sexes, protection for sexual and religious minorities, and the separation of mosque and state and so on. Further, though, we asked our fellow Muslims to denounce armed jihad and the notion of a caliphate and Islamic states. If President Obama is serious about the need for Muslims to ‘decisively and unequivocally’ reject the ideology fueling terrorism, he will stand with us as allies, recognizing us reformers as the solution to this increasingly dangerous global crisis.”
The question is, will Obama listen to upstanding Muslims who truly want to stand by America’s constitution and lead other Muslims in that direction?  Or will he continue to coddle CAIR and those that desire more radical views until the problem  reaches the point of civil war ?
Dianne Marshall

By Dianne Marshall

I don't sleep I write! Author, Graphic Artist, Researcher and lover of the truth.

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