Shocking Truth About ‘All-American Muslim’ Star, and Lowe’s Good Call

“The people who came to pray all told me that they have no trust in America. I am amazed since they all enjoyed living in it.”

Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack
Human Events

So you’re watching a soccer game in Dearborn, Mich., between al-Tadamon and Chelsea, a game that was advertised in public leaflets and on the Arab-American website.  It was dedicated to something termed “The Day of Jerusalem.”  The thought of incorporating such a slogan into promotional material about a sporting event puzzles you.  What is this Day of Jerusalem all about?  Later, you discover that the game was hosted by Husham Al-Husainy—the main spiritual leader of the Karbala Center in Dearborn—who was thanked by Samir Al-Jabiri and Mohammed Ali al-Hasani, who said the victory was “dedicated to honor the souls of the martyrs of Jerusalem and al-Aqsa.”

These are clearly terrorists who murder civilians.  Such a dedication should spawn outrage, but it did not.

The sound of silence in response to such a thing echoed throughout Dearborn’s Muslim community.  Why did no one object to such hatred, religious bigotry and open support for terrorism?

Husham Al-Husainy is not just the imam at Dearborn’s Karbala Center.  He is also featured in “All-American Muslim,” which airs on The Learning Channel (TLC).  In the program, Al-Husainy is seen presiding over marriages within Muslim families in Dearborn, whose day-to-day lives are portrayed as they interact in English.

When Sean Hannity attempted to extract  a confession from Al-Husainy, a double-speaking Slick Willy, Al Husainy, repeatedly refused to denounce Hezbollah.  Americans were left to wonder whether he had decided to plead the Fifth, which involves no incrimination.  Conversely, when people such as Al-Husainy have their Arabic translated into English, those same Americans are struck with both shock and awe.  Open declarations of public support for Hezbollah are made to millions, but are done so in Arabic, of course.

Al-Husainy is a signatory to the Jerusalem Document of 2009, which reads more like Mein Kampf. …

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