You Can Help the Counterjihad Reach a Bigger Audience — But You Must Act Quickly

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Next Wednesday in Washington DC a massive Stop Iran Rally will be held, featuring speakers Ted Cruz, Glenn Beck and Donald Trump. We have an opportunity to get Brigitte Gabriel up on that stage too. If enough people nominate her, she'll get the chance.

Gabriel (the President of ACT! for America) is willing to speak about why the deal with Iran is potentially as disastrous as Neville Chamberlain’s deal with Nazi Germany. Her voice should be heard at that rally.

Here’s how to nominate her:

2. Fill in your own information on the first page. (Note that your cell phone number is NOT required.)

3. Check the option “Recommending someone else” and hit the continue button.

4. Fill in the boxes accordingly:
“First Name of Recommended Speaker”: Brigitte
“Last Name of Recommended Speaker”: Gabriel
“Recommended Speaker’s Cell Phone Number”: 757-456-2724“Recommended Speaker’s Email Address”:“Title of Recommended Speaker”: President of ACT for America
“Is the recommended speaker a US Senator of US Congressman, or other?”: No, this person is not a Member of Congress

5. Hit the Continue Button

6. Fill in the boxes accordingly:
“Recommended Speaker’s Organization”: ACT for America
“Recommended Speaker’s Bio or Credentials”: As the founder of the nation’s largest national security grassroots organization, Brigitte Gabriel is uniquely qualified to articulately address the very real dangers facing the U.S. and Israel if the Iran Deal is allowed to stand.
“Other Information about the Recommended Speaker”: (In your own words, share what Brigitte’s courageous stand for the nation means to you!)

7. Hit the Submit Button

This event will get good media coverage. Would you like to have the message of our cause heard by more people? Take the time to help Brigitte Gabriel get on that stage.


Muslim Brotherhood: Prepare for Jihad

Friday, January 30, 2015

This week representatives of the Muslim Brotherhood were invited to visit the State Department. This alone should be shocking.

Now the Muslim Brotherhood, true to form, posted diametrically opposite messages on its website, one in English touting their peaceful and harmless commitment to non-violence, and one in Arabic urging violent, unrelenting jihad against the foes of Islam (that is us).

Steve Emerson summarizes their posting well in the note below:

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, hailed as a moderate voice and welcomed by officials in the Obama administration just this week, issued separate statements on its English and Arabic websites this week that appear to contradict each other.

A call for "a long, unrelenting Jihad" appeared on the Brotherhood's Arabic language website Tuesday. The statement, first reported Friday by the Washington Free Beacon's Adam Kredo, starts by invoking a passage from the Quran: "And prepare against them whatever you are able of power and of steeds of war by which you may terrify the enemy of God and your enemy and others besides them whom you do not know but whom Allah knows. And whatever you spend in the cause of God will be fully repaid to you, and you will not be wronged."

On its English language website Friday, the Brotherhood struck a dramatically different tone in an article in which it "Reiterates Commitment to Non-Violence."

"The Brotherhood should not have to – every day – reiterate its constants, its strategic stance and chosen path of civil peaceful struggle to restore legitimacy...," it said.

It does when it posts a call to prepare for jihad invoking assembling the "steeds of war by which you may terrify the enemy of God."

The English posting says Brothers who stray from non-violence "no longer belong in the Brotherhood, and the group no longer accepts them, no matter what they do or say."

As the IPT has shown, offering mixed messages in Arabic and English is routine for the Brotherhood.

On Thursday, a speaker on a Brotherhood-affiliated television station warned foreign tourists and business interests to leave Egypt next month, or risk becoming a "target for the revolutionary punishment movements." A similar statement was posted on Facebook.

The dueling statements come just after the four-year anniversary of the Arab Spring uprising that toppled dictator Hosni Mubarak and led to the Brotherhood's rise to dominate Egyptian government in his wake. But that rule was short-lived, as President Mohamed Morsi was forced from office by Egypt's army in July 2013, after millions took to the streets to protest the government's performance.

This week, dozens of people were killed in protests marking the 2011 revolution. A delegation of exiled Brotherhood officials visited Washington this week, urging support to return Morsi to power.

It was in that context that the Arabic call for jihad was published. According to the Free Beacon, it invoked Brotherhood founding ideologue Hasan al-Banna, who "prepared the jihad brigades that he sent to Palestine to kill the Zionist usurpers..."

"For everyone must be aware that we are in the process of a new phase," the statement concludes, "in which we summon what of our power is latent within us, and we call to mind the meaning of Jihad, and prepare ourselves and our children, wives and daughters, and whoever marches on our path for a long, unrelenting Jihad. We ask in it the abodes of the martyrs."



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