Friday, June 20, 2014

#CANISEE: Frank Gaffney -- Jihad comes to Texas


'But if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.’
Ezekiel 33:6

Longtime readers know that stealth jihad has always been an interest of this website.  Since Obama's reelection, we've focused on areas where we can make a difference.  However, we remain interested in this topic.

This afternoon, we were privileged to hear from Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy.  Frank was discussing how the Common Core method of education leaves us unprepared to honestly discuss Islamic cultural subversion.  This allows various Muslim Brotherhood front groups to engage in "pre-violent" jihad, where they weaken us internally while preparing to confront us violently.

Gaffney's talk was mostly review for anyone familiar with the topic.  He ran through the usual suspects of Muslim Brotherhood front groups and their ties with the Obama administration.  He also discussed some of their favorite tactics.

The discussion got really interesting, however, when Gaffney discussed jihadist activities in Texas, including the following:

  • The Holy Land Foundation -- A Hamas front group that was the subject of the largest terrorism finance trial in American History; based out of Dallas.
  • Yaser Abdul Said -- Dallas man who committed an honor killing against two teenage daughters.
  • Mufid Adulqader -- The younger brother of a major Hamas leader, who was the front man of a pro-Jihad rock band in the 1990's, who just happened to work as a civil engineer for the City of Dallas overseeing critical infrastructure.
  • Nidal Malik Hassan -- Obvioiusly, the (first) Ft. Hood shooting happened in Texas.
  • Gulen Charter schools -- A turkish based group of Islamic charter schools operating in North Texas (and other parts of the country).
Also, keep in mind, Gaffney's talk didn't include Elibiary's February appearance at UT, the recent flare up at the Texas-Mexico border, or this week's arrest of two Austin-area men on terrorism related charges.

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