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Following the MB path

Jul 14, 2011 22:48

CAIR is following the MB memorandum to the letter: Here is just a part of that manifesto written in 1991.

Here are just a few examples (it is 18 pages) of the contents, but I think you can get the picture.

"The Process of Settlement:
- In order for Islam and its Movement to become "a part of the homeland" in which it lives,
"stable" in its land, "rooted" in the spirits and minds of its people, "enabled" in the live of its
society and has firmly-established "organizations" on which the Islamic structure is built and with which the testimony of civilization is achieved, the Movement must plan and struggle to obtain "the keys" and the tools of this process in carry out this grand mission as a "Civilization Jihadist" responsibility which lies on the shoulders of Muslims and - on top of them - the Muslim Brotherhood in this country."

- An Islamic Central bank.
- Islamic endowments.
- Investment projects.
- An organization for interest-free loans .... and things like that.:
- Scientific research centers.
- Technical organizations and vocational training.
- An Islamic university.
- Islamic schools.
- A council for education and scientific research.
- Centers to train teachers.
- Scientific societies in schools.
- An office for academic guidance.
- A body for authorship and Islamic curriculam.. . . and things like that.
- A center for studies and research.
- An organization for Islamic thought and culture.
- A publication, translation and distribution house for Islamic books.
- An office for archiving, history and authentication
- The project to translate the Noble Quran, the Noble Sayings .... and things like that.
- Social clubs for the youths and the community's sons and daughters
- Local societies for social welfare and the services are tied to the Islamic centers
- The Islamic Organization to Combat the Social Ills of the U.S. Society
- Islamic houses project
- Matrimony and family cases office .... and things like that
- A Central Jurisprudence Council.
- A Central Islamic Court.
- Muslim Attorneys Society.
- The Islamic Foundation for Defense of Muslims' Rights ... and things like that.

 

Cair is coming to Tampa?

Submitted by wri7913, Jul 12, 2011 01:23

This question is directed to Norman N. Gross PhD, You said that CAIR is moving to TAMPA? Really? I have not heard any news about that. I have heard that there is a new executive officer coming to TAMPA straight out of college from Buffalo NY. Hassan Shibley, I believe, is his name.

To my knowledge, CAIR Southeast branch headquarters is in Tampa. They are here and have been here for many years. CAIR and Muslim activists have also slipped their jihadists supporting friends into some of the Universities in Tampa area also. Sami Al Arian was a USF professor before he was convicted of supporting the Palestinian Jihad group. I'm sure he's been replaced with somoene just as awful.

If there is something new please elaborate. Thanks

wri7913


Read more at: http://www.investigativeproject.org/3032/cair-spokesman-turns-blind-eye-to-war-on-islam

 

CAIRis moving to Tampa. Are there any questions to be asked? We must get media

Submitted by Norman N. Gross PhD, Jul 11, 2011 20:11

CAIR is moving to Tampa. What questions should be asked?

 

Hooper's Answers

Submitted by Ralph Vaughan, Jul 11, 2011 17:26

That Herr Hooper even responded with terse one-word answers was something of a major victory of IPT. As you know, the most direct, most concise questions of Mr Hooper regarding his group's activities and goals, particularly as they apply to intelligence gathering and subversion, garner nothing but talking points, obtuse denials and non-sequitir distractions.

 

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