Obama’s week with Islam


National prayer breakfast www.whitehouse.gov

Andrew Young, former mayor of Atlanta giving the closing prayer to the breakfast. Mayor Young, is PLO supporter going back to the 1970s. He probably thinks this article is all a very good thing.

President Obama made several moves in the last week that can only be described as disturbing for an American president.  He apologized for Jihadist actions by blaming current events on Christianity.  He held a closed door meeting with fourteen Islamic US leaders and won’t reveal specifics of what happened inside that room or tell us who was even there. And, probably to the dismay of the white house an Iranian general stated that the U.S. is pleading for a nuclear deal out of “weakness.”

At the National Prayer Breakfast this past week President Obama stunningly told his audience that western Christianity basically has no right to criticize the dangers we face today. Conceding more ground to Jihad he stated,  “And lest we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ.”

In other words we shouldn’t be so critical because almost 1000 years ago we did the same thing. Mr. Obama’s people-in-glass-houses-shouldn’t-throw-stones approach is another kick in the gut to all of us who see a definite weakening in American resolve to do anything about the expansion of Jihadist Islam.

While we’re on the subject,  do Jews have a right to criticize? They didn’t commit any atrocities during the Crusades.

The president’s galling mention that Christianity supported slavery completely dismisses that history.  Evidence shows the abolitionist movement had its earliest beginnings in the Christian church.  Christians put their lives on the line to help ending that shameful part of American history. Mr. Obama failed to mention any of this. Islam on the other hand has never done any of those things to relieve the human suffering caused by slavery. In fact, slavery is still alive and thriving in the Islamic world.

What is he doing?

Farhan Latif- crcc.usc.edu

Farhan Latif, chief operating officer at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU), a think tank in Dearborn, attended the White House with the other 13 Muslim leaders

The other day Mr. Obama met with fourteen prominent Muslim American leaders in a closed door session at theWhite house. We were told that they discussed  “ civil rights, anti-Muslim bias, and extremism.”

That is all we know about what was discussed. The administration and the Muslim groups represented would not reveal any specifics. Can we assume several of the people in attendance are now, or have been in the past, affiliated with organizations that have been tied to Muslim terror?

And, if that isn’t the case why won’t they give us a list to know who the rest of the people were talking to our president?

With recent events here, in Australia, Canada, France and Israel it is very troubling that the President of the United States holds a meeting with Islamic leaders and can’t tell us exactly what was discussed or who even was in attendance.

One name, that was revealed, “Hoda Elshishtawy, the national policy analyst for the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC)…pressed Obama to put more Muslims in high government positions.”

MPAC has dubious ties to terror and terror related organizations and functions. And, one of their officers attended the meeting and gave our president the advice of extending American Muslim influence into our government.

Excuse me but is anyone out there as outraged as I am about this?

I would urge Mr. Obama to scrap the recommendations of Ms. Elshishtawy. Even more disturbing if Elshistawy was one of the only names mentioned we can only imagine who else graced that room that morning.

If that wasn’t enough an article came out this week of an Iranian general, Mohammad Reza Naghdi, revealing that the Obama administration is “begging” Iran for a deal on the nuclear issue.

nuclear talks with iran wikipedia.org

Secretary Kerry, Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif Sit Down For talks at one of their sessions.

There isn’t one good strategic reason why the United States should acquiesce to a nuclear deal that leaves the western world a target for Muslim wrath.

Iranian negotiators labeled the U.S. position as “weak.” According to the Associated Press, “Iran will be allowed to keep much of its uranium-enriching technology, which can be used for “anything from chemotherapy to the core of an atom bomb.”
Is this what was meant by the president saying at the State of the Union address, “we have a chance to negotiate a comprehensive agreement that prevents a nuclear-armed Iran; secures America and our allies – including Israel; while avoiding yet another Middle East conflict.”

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1 Comment

  • Christine

    February 8, 2015

    I’m surprised at how casual Obama is on Jihadists. Perhaps knowing that it’s his last chance at the office gives him this attitude to do whatever he wants all the while destroying the nation.