Mentioned in the YouTube presentation, The ISNA or Islamic Society of North America has been described by Islamic scholar Stephen Schwartz as "one of the chief conduits through which the radical Saudi form of Islam passes into the United States." Furthermore, "according to terrorism expert Steven Emerson, ISNA 'is a radical group hiding under a false veneer of moderation'; 'convenes annual conferences where Islamist militants have been given a platform to incite violence and promote hatred' (for instance, al Qaeda supporter and PLO official Yusuf Al-Qaradhawi was invited to speak at an ISNA conference); has held fundraisers for terrorists (after Hamas leader Mousa Marzook was arrested and eventually deported in 1997, ISNA raised money for his defense); has condemned the U.S. government's post-9/11 seizure of Hamas' and Palestinian Islamic Jihad's financial assets; and publishes a bi-monthly magazine, Islamic Horizons, that 'often champions militant Islamist doctrine.'"
One of the authors of the in-depth book entitled Shariah: The Threat to America, Tom Trento helped to expose the infiltration of the Muslim Brotherhood and its offshoots into the United States. In this well-documented text available to read online here, the Muslim Brotherhood's tactics and ultimate desire for global sharia implementation are described. The Muslim Brotherhood's "mission in the West is sedition in the furtherance of shariah's supremacist agenda, not peaceful assimilation and co-existence with non-Muslim populations."
And yet, Barack Hussein Obama not only invites this group which should be put on a terrorist watch list, but also writes out a check for $1.5 billion of American taxpayer money to assist their regime in Egypt. What conclusion can be made when a president gives money to a group bent on the destruction of the very country giving this money to them?
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