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There has been a growing effort by Islamist activists to convince their followers of a connection between American border security and the situation in Gaza. Last weekend Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and Linda Sarsour gave fiery speeches condemning the U.S. and Israel for their “white supremacy” and declaring the “interconnected” nature of the “oppression” in […]
“We are not afraid of you –and we are resilient.” So spoke Dallas Imam Omar Suleiman in an interview in online magazine OZY back in 2017 in response to a question as to what Suleiman would say to President Trump if he could. Certainly, Muslim Brotherhood supporters in the Dallas area like Suleiman were unafraid […]
This article originally appeared in the American Thinker under the title “The Real Omar Suleiman” On Sunday, the Dallas Morning News published an op-ed by Muslim Brotherhood linked anti-American Omar Suleiman. In this editorial, the Dallas-based imam claims that the accusations of anti-Semitism by Rep. Lee Zeldin of New York, Fox host Lou Dobbs, and others following Suleiman’s delivery of […]
This article originally appeared at the American Thinker. What do a Minnesota congresswoman, a Dallas imam, and the New York Times all have in common? In the past week all three have promoted the meme that Jesus was a Palestinian. On April 19, an op-ed in the New York Times stated that “Jesus, born in Bethlehem, was most likely a Palestinian […]
CIG takes a look at the background and leadership of the Valley Ranch Islamic Center, which has ties to Islamist groups, and whose “resident scholar” was recently arrested at a border rally.
Last month, 32 individuals identified as “mostly faith leaders” by the San Diego Union-Tribune demonstrated at the U.S. southern border and were arrested. A December 10 Union-Tribune article and other accounts, such as a Huffington Post report and a press release from the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), painted sympathetic portraits. The Union-Tribune quoted Dallas imam Omar Suleiman: “We refuse to accept that this is normal … You […]