Muslim Brotherhood’s Weeklong Celebration of the Caliphate at Virginia Military Institute

…Obama’s administration has changed the ROTC grants program, so that the ruling dynasty of the United Arab Emirates, through the IIE, is now managing Defense Department grants that define ROTC foreign language and culture education…

Ed Cid Mar
Big Peace

Amid talk on Capitol Hill about defunding public broadcasting—and just after NPR was exposed as willing to take money from the Muslim Brotherhood—it turns out that a film produced by PBS already has. At 5:30 p.m. on March 23, a PBS-produced movie, Cities of Light—funded by Arcapita, a shariah compliant bank supervised by a leading international supporter of jihad, Taqi Usmani—will be shown to America’s next generation of ROTC students and military leadership.

Tomorrow, the East Meets West conference celebrating the caliphate, and featuring a movie funded by a bank supervised by a leading jihad supporter, will convene at the Virginia Military Institute (VMI), known as America’s oldest state military school.

Funded by Shariah Compliant Finance Giant Arcapita & Its Jihadist Advisor

Cities of Light portrays Moorish Spain as an area of tolerance and mutual understanding. In actuality, the Muslim occupiers frequently persecuted people of other religions and made them pay a Jizyah, or tax to be levied on non-Muslims. Its donor, Arcapita – the PBS documentary’s big Shariah Compliant Finance donor – is renowned for having Shariah bigshot Taqi Usmani on their Shariah advisory board.  Usmani has explicitly advocated jihad against any non-Muslim state, even ones where Muslims are welcomed as equals and allowed to practice their religion without interference.

In Chapter 11 of Islam and Modernism (2006), Usmani states:

There are no legal restrictions in most of the countries today on preaching Islam, but since their grandeur and authority is established in the world, it has led to developing a universal feeling which forms a greater obstacle than the greatest legal binding in the way of free propagation of Islam.  For this reason the most important purpose of Jihad is to break this grandeur so that the resulting psychological subordination should come to an end and the way of accepting the Truth becomes smooth.

As long as this grandeur and domination persists, the hearts of people will remain subdued and will not be fully inclined to accept the religion of Truth. Hence Jihad will continue.

Killing is to continue until the unbelievers pay Jizyah [a tax to the Islamic state, historically so high that it imposed a state of abject poverty] after they are humbled or overpowered.  If the purpose of killing was only to acquire permission and freedom of preaching Islam, it would have been said “until they allow for preaching Islam.” But the obligation of Jizyah and along with it the mention of their subordination is a clear proof that the purpose is to smash their grandeur, so that the veils of their domination should be raised and people get a free chance to think over the blessings of Islam.

He goes on in a similar vein through the whole chapter.  Consider sending a copy of Usmani’s Chapter 11 to policymakers considering defunding PBS; they really have taken money from the Muslim Brotherhood, or more accurately, from Shariah Compliant banks supervised by a jihad supporter like Usmani…

which of the several congressional committees who could claim oversight on these UAE-managed Defense Department ROTC Global Officer grants will investigate taxpayers paying over half a million dollars for tomorrow’s celebration of jihad, the oppression of religious minorities and the Muslim Brotherhood?

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