Inside the Muslim Student Association Conference, Part 1

Mark Tapson, a Hollywood-based writer and screenwriter, is a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center. He focuses on the politics of popular culture.


Last weekend I attended the 15th Annual Muslim Student Association (MSA) West Conference at the University of California campus in the beautiful seaside town of Santa Barbara. A thousand Muslim students flocked to the school for a packed three-day weekend of speaker sessions and workshops on spiritual tools, campus activism, and “institution building,” all with the supervision and support of the American branches of the subversive Muslim Brotherhood.

The MSA is a fifty-year-old Muslim Brotherhood affiliate with chapters on many hundreds of college campuses (check out this report on the MSA from Steven Emerson’s Investigative Project on Terrorism). The Brotherhood, as I’m sure all FrontPage Mag readers know, is devoted to the elimination of Western civilization. They don’t officially exist in the United States, but of course they have operated here for many decades in the guise of powerful, well-funded legacy groups, the most prominent of which were intimately involved in the MSA West Conference.

The thrust of the annual conference, as its welcome letter stated, was “to inspire, empower, and provide attendees with a tangible plan” – “action items… to improve their personal lives, their MSAs, and their communities at large” – and to link spirituality and activism: “Spirituality is the foundation, providing roots for activism; activism is actualized when produced by a sound spiritual community.” “We weren’t made to sit on the sidelines and not play an active role in society,” reads the description of a workshop led by Edina Lekovic, Communications Director for the Muslim Public Affairs Council.

Toward that end, the MSA hosted nearly 1000 Muslim students, according to its website, for the intense conference. I can attest to the fact that the 860-seat Campbell Hall auditorium, where the main sessions of the conference took place, was always almost entirely full for the main sessions, with more young women than young men in the strictly segregated audience. Speaking of the young women: by my estimate, more than 90% of them were wearing the hijab.

Many of the program listings for the weekend sounded as innocuous and self-actualizing as a Deepak Chopra seminar: “Unlock Your Potential,” one was titled. “Rebirth of the Spiritual Warrior” was another. “Blueprint from the Divine.” “Finding the One.” “Green Your Deen.” Even “Time and Stress Management.” And indeed, there was much lecturing from the speakers about purely spiritual matters: how to be a better Muslim, how to more closely model one’s behavior after the Islamic prophet Muhammad and his companions (whom one speaker, Maryam Amirebrahimi, referred to as “the Prophet’s homeboys and homegirls”), how to redefine masculinity and womanhood, how to deal with campus temptations like drinking and gender relations, etc.

There were also, however, quite a few workshops and talks with an overtly political slant. One main session, called “Perennial Spring” (an echo of the Middle East’s “Arab Spring”), urged Muslim students to learn from the Third World Liberation Front and the civil rights, anti-war and anti-apartheid movements “to effectively organize on campus” and “empower all marginalized peoples.” A report on the “Campus Climate” given by one of the notorious Irvine 11 discussed the state of pro-Palestinian activism. There were workshops on the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement against Israel, ethical consumerism, assuming roles in student government, affecting immigration legislation, taking a stance in education, and building stronger institutions on campus. A workshop titled “Islamitics” stressed the necessity for Muslims to get involved in politics and posed the question, “How can we bridge the gaps between our religion and our votes?”

Combating the threat of “Islamophobia” was a concern frequently expressed throughout the conference. Remember that UC Santa Barbara proudly passed an anti-Islamophobia resolution nearly 2 years ago, affirming that the school would not tolerate the perpetuation of any “inaccurate and xenophobic views toward the culture and practice of Islam and the personification of its followers.” Those “inaccurate” views of Islam include viewing it as “monolithic,” as “a separate and ‘other’ culture that does not share common values,” as “inferior to the west,” as “violent, aggressive, and supportive of terrorism,” as “sexist and oppressive of women,” and as “a political ideology used for political advantage.” Attempting to link any of those characteristics to Islam is considered hate speech, and criminalizing it is the primary means by which Islamic fundamentalists intend to hamstring their Western critics.

The conference program this year is a slickly produced 40-page booklet, half of which details the schedule as well as the speakers’ biographies. The other half consists of ads from some telling sponsors, including the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), which offers a 50th anniversary gift to MSA activists only: a downloadable guide to “Jumpstart Campus D’awah in One Weekend,” a tool with which to “spread the message of Islam.” Needless to say, ICNA is also a longtime Brotherhood spinoff. Young Muslims (YM) was another sponsor. A subsidiary of ICNA, it provides religious instruction for Muslims aged 14 to 25, hosts events featuring radical Islamic speakers, and has held numerous pre-9/11 “jihad camps” for Muslim youth.

The Muslim American Society (MAS) also took out a page. The MAS was founded by – you guessed it – members of the Muslim Brotherhood. And the American Muslims for Palestine (AMP) were also represented among the programs ads, asking MSA West Conference attendees to “help AMP bring the Palestinian narrative to Americans, one at a time!” AMP seeks to transform high school and university students into activists for the “just Palestinian cause” and to disseminate anti-Israel propaganda into libraries and campuses.

Predictably, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) sponsored a two-page spread as well. CAIR, of course, is the ubiquitous face of the Brotherhood in America, passing itself off as a civil rights advocacy group when in fact it exists to hype the chimeric threat of Islamophobia, to obstruct investigations into Islamic radicalization, to shake down publicity-conscious corporations like McDonalds and Nike, and to bully over-sensitive Americans into making special concessions, not equal rights, to Muslims. Their ad sought interns to do CAIR’s important work (“Not every hero wears tights”) and offered advice about the rights of Muslims, including the following: “Know what to do if/when you’re approached by FBI or law enforcement.” “Learn the most effective methods to get your narrative in the media.” “Increase your community’s influence and engagement through local and state government.”

The involvement of all these suspect organizations points to Muslim Brotherhood support for the conference’s aims. To be continued in Part 2.

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  • http://www.adinakutnicki.com AdinaK

    Here is the true face of the MSA, and as Porky Pig says, "that's all folks" – http://adinakutnicki.com/2012/08/15/the-muslim-st

    Adina Kutnicki, Israel http://adinakutnicki.com/about/

  • Turbine

    "Remember that UC Santa Barbara proudly passed an anti-Islamophobia resolution nearly 2 years ago, affirming that the school would not tolerate the perpetuation of any “inaccurate and xenophobic views toward the culture and practice of Islam and the personification of its followers.” Those “inaccurate” views of Islam include viewing it as “monolithic,” as “a separate and ‘other’ culture that does not share common values,” as “inferior to the west,” as “violent, aggressive, and supportive of terrorism,” as “sexist and oppressive of women,” and as “a political ideology used for political advantage.” Attempting to link any of those characteristics to Islam is considered hate speech…"

    Has anyone told The U of C at Santa Barbara that the root of democracy is that anyone can hold any view he wants and can express it as long as it does not spill over into violent and criminal activity. Obviously, if shariah ever hits our shores in a big way, our tongues and our presses will be immediately put into niqab or hijab mode. And oh yes, what measures has the U taken against Muslim hate speech of which there is so much?

    • Gee

      Guess they have never bothered to read a small document called the Constitution of the United States of America

      • Western Candian

        Of course they have read it. They just don't approve of it, as it would interfere with their efforts to establish their own rule over mere people.

    • Farquhar

      So you clearly feel the same way about attempts to prevent academic discussion of Israel, right? Because that's a real thing (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/stephen-zunes/california-state-assembly_b_1842841.html)

      • Western Candian

        Academic discussion of Israel is not a problem, it happens quite often, with little or no publicity. . Vicious, hate filled and dishonest smears of Israel, such as the fraud committed on campuses with vile propaganda such as ‘apartheid week’ are another matter all together. Objecting to nazis smearing jews is never politically correct, but it is always the right thing to do.

        Suck it up, and grow up. Hard for a muslim to do either, I know, but try.

      • SCREW SOCIALISM

        Sure. Discuss Israel.

        But don't limit it to Israel..

        Discuss hamass, hezbullah, al qadda, islamofascist regimes of iran and pakistan, saudi arabia, egypt, syria.

        BTW Farq, where is your outrage over the deaths of 70,000+ Arabs in Syria.

        Does it matter? Is it worth your outrage?

      • Lan Astaslem

        you muzzies love to blame all your problems on the Jews or Israel – man up and grow a pair. It's time to take responsibility for your centuries of backwardness and misery.

  • Michael Copeland

    Wake up and smell the Caliphate.

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      Wake up and smell the jihad.

      • JacksonPearson

        Wake up and smell camel dung.

        • Western Candian

          You win.

  • SCREW SOCIALISM

    THANKS for braving the belly of the msa beast!

  • SCREW SOCIALISM

    Remember US Senator and Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy – assassinated by a "paleswinian" in 1968 in Los Angeles.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_F._Kennedy

  • Brujo Blanco

    I suppose Non.Muslims will have no.such protection. Muslims.have emerged as a.special.group with special rights.

    • April

      Playing the academic morons like a cello.

  • STEVEN CHAVEZ

    OH COME ON. NO NEED TO WORRY… Janet Napolitano and her Homeland Security were on top of this American Jihad Recruiting Conference. Surely the domestic drones we've been hearing about were flying all over the campus.

    Janet Napolitano: "Sorry Chavez but our personnel and drones were busy watching a Tea Party rally of six people in Albuquerque's South Valley. Know thy enemy!"

  • esperanto

    Islam has no real intellectual support,check out:

    "The Koran approves of the Gospel as it Existed in Muhammad’s Day"
    http://www.antisharia.com/2013/02/21/the-koran-ap

    AND ALSO

    "The 1993 Sivas Massacre of Dozens of Turkish Intellectuals and Others by Muslims,burned to Death in a Hotel"
    http://www.antisharia.com/2011/07/06/the-1993-siv

    • objectivefactsmatter

      "Islam has no real intellectual support"

      We're not fighting intellectuals. We're fighting leftists and jihadis. They're anti-intellectuals.

      Education helps win over ignorant people. It won't get many true believers to depart from their love of evil. But that effort is well worth making. Good links.

  • Tom Jones

    Where are the Muslim moderates and Muslim American Patriots?
    Why are the so called "moderate Muslims" (those who do not support violent terrorist acts)
    holding public rallys, buying ads and air time, to speak out against Muslim violence?
    If you Muslims remain silent, you support the terrorists.

    • johnnywoods

      They are afraid that the radicals will exterminate them and with good reason.

    • Farquhar

      Where's the white guy association that apologizes for all the acts of white guy violence in movie theaters and preschools across the country? Should we say, "If you're white, and you remain silent, you support violent white guys?" Of course not.

      There are crazy white guys and crazy Muslims, but 'white guy violence' and 'Muslim violence' as a category simply doesn't exist, Tom.

      • SCREW SOCIALISM

        Farthar,

        Your fellow islamofascist savages hijack passenger planes, fly them into buildings,
        bomb Pan Am 103
        bomb the WTC in 1993
        bomb London bus and underground in 2005
        a so called "paleswinian" assassinated US Senator Robert F. Kennedy
        kidnap and behead hostages and post the video of the murder on the Internet
        threaten writers with death – Salman Rushdie
        threaten cartoonist with death for drawing a cartoon of a FAKE prophet
        murder film makers like Theo Van Gogh
        murder soldiers in Fort Hood
        stone women to death over "family honor"
        hang gay teens from construction cranes in "islamist regimes"

        Your fellow islamists are not "crazy' – they are EVIL – poisoned by Islamofascist hate

      • Western Candian

        While you might to stupid enough to think that all whites are of the same 'race', islam is not a race. It is also not a religion…. Muslim violence is always sanctioned by the bloody koran, without exception. How can such a statement be made?? Easy, the koran will pay lip-service to non-violence, but actually loves and embraces all forms of violence.

      • Drakken

        Get your goat humping, boy molesting azz out of the west, while you still can. The days of niceties and pleasantries with you savages is coming to an end.

      • objectivefactsmatter

        "Where's the white guy association that apologizes for all the acts of white guy violence in movie theaters and preschools across the country? Should we say, "If you're white, and you remain silent, you support violent white guys?" Of course not. "

        They're punished, not celebrated as freedom fighters. If anyone tries to use ideology to justify their claims they are shouted down. In Islam, not so much.

        See the differences now?

        "There are crazy white guys and crazy Muslims, but 'white guy violence' and 'Muslim violence' as a category simply doesn't exist, Tom."

        When it's possible to take chronic problems and discern root problems, like say, ideology, it should be addressed. That's what we're doing here.

        "Muslim violence" exists because we have clear indicators of root causes. When the majority of free people are ignorant about this, it becomes all that much more important that the truth gets publicized and debated. If you want to characterize the problems with the KKK as "white violence" it won't bother me in the slightest. I might correct any false ideas anyone might make in supporting arguments if necessary but I won't deny that there are some flavors of ideological problems distinct to select white communities (sub cultures).

        No culture is perfect. The USA is about striving to help each other to be the best we can in accordance with its constitution. Denial never was a very productive trait.

  • JacksonPearson

    The Muslim Students Association (MSA), is exactly liken to the Communist Party USA (CPUSA). Both have ill intentions towards the United States, and both should be considered mortal threats.

  • pinnie

    well we have a Pres …that rolls with the Bro hood…and a Govt.of pansie asses,letting him do it….so…..

  • gmon742317

    This is absolutely disgusting! I put most of the blame on the complacent, apathetic, and naive people. It's our own damn fault for allowing this to happen.

  • Lee

    Muslim students holding workshops about being more environmentally friendly? OH THE HUMANITY.

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      Since when is hijacking passenger planes and flying them into buildings, or beheading captives, or stoning women to death "environmentally friendly"?

      • guest.

        Since when is gunning down a classroom of kindergarteners in Connecticut not considered an act of terrorism? Yet somehow no one tried to connect that guy's religious views to his acts of violence. Don't even try to link religion and terrorism. Read up on what Islam has to say about violence. Read up on what it has to say about taking care of the earth as well. In the Quran it says that any man who has killed another, it is as if he has killed all of humanity. Flying planes into buildings, beheading captives and stoning women are not from Islam. Just because someone CLAIMS that their actions are in the name of a religion does NOT mean that it stems from the religion itself. Similarly, any other acts of terror don't stem from a religion. Get your facts straight yeah? Not all Muslims are terrorists, not all terrorists are Muslim.

        • reader

          Koran is more bigoted and hateful than Hitler's Mein Kampf – it's older too, of course. So, I suggest you start with spinning and whitewashing Mein Kampf first, and work your way back.

        • SCREW SOCIALISM

          guest,

          The 70,000+ killed in Syria, that's Arab on Arab killing, is an example of Islamist tolerance?

          Or the 8 year Iraq/Iran war?
          Or the Sunni .vs. Shiite murder rampages?
          Or the murder of Coptic Christians in Muslim Brotherhood Egypt?
          Or the kidnapping and beheading of people – and posting the video on the Internet?
          Or failing to detonate a bomb hidden in sneakers on an inflight plane?

          • guest.

            Like I said–the actions of what "Muslims" don't necessarily reflect what the religion ITSELF says. I could say the same thing about violence committed by members of a NUMBER of other religions, all of which advocate religious tolerance. The Qur'an does NOT propagate killing innocent victims/bystanders/civilians. And any Muslim who does that, claiming it is in the name of Islam, is a very, very–I emphasize yet again, VERY–messed up "Muslim" who obviously doesn't properly understand their own religion. And this is coming from a Muslim high school student born and raised here in SoCal. And no, if you are wondering, I did not attend this conference.

            My point – the actions of the few who call themselves "Muslims" do not reflect the religion itself. Remember, they are relatively few in contrast with the nearly 2 billion Muslims on Earth.

            You never "bought" what we said in the first place. Anyway, my work here is done. Y'all can believe what you wanna believe. If you refuse to take a deeper look into what Islam actually says and continue to snap up anything the media or haters say and spit it right back out, then I suppose you are simply being close-minded. That's your loss, not mine. Confirmation bias at its finest.

            Peace.

          • guest.

            My bad, I meant to say "the actions of 'Muslims' " not "of what"

          • Western Candian

            Since everything you said is a load of lying rubbish, your 'correction' is of no value. You should try correcting the lies you posted instead.

          • SCREW SOCIALISM

            Who cares what is written in the Koran.

            Like they say, actions speak louder than words, and the actions of SOME Muslims is deplorable.

            There is NO EXCUSE for hijacking passenger planes and flying them into buildings.

            Right now, Islam, has become a threat to the entire world.

            It is up to the good Muslims to weed out the bad from your ranks.

            Islamists are killing people all over the world. That is a FACT.

            We do look at Islam, and right now, especially since 9/11/01, it is an ideology that is as dangerous as the nazis of WW2.

            The US should not be in Afghanistan or Iraq to destroy al qada, the taliban. It should be the duty of the good Muslims to eliminate the savages from the ranks of Islam.

            But they are not doing squat to cleanse Islam of the savages.

          • reader

            "The Qur'an does NOT propagate killing innocent victims/bystanders/civilians."

            Well, this is an outright lie. Koran explicitely mandates to kill the Jews everywhere. Some peace.

        • Drakken

          So who are we going to believe muslim? You ? Or our lying infidel eyes? Get bent Hadji, for we aren't buying what your selling any longer.

          • guest.

            Like I said–the actions of "Muslims" don't necessarily reflect what the religion ITSELF says. I could say the same thing about violence committed by members of a NUMBER of other religions, all of which advocate religious tolerance. The Qur'an does NOT propagate killing innocent victims/bystanders/civilians. And any Muslim who does that, claiming it is in the name of Islam, is a very, very–I emphasize yet again, VERY–messed up "Muslim" who obviously doesn't properly understand their own religion. And this is coming from a Muslim high school student born and raised here in SoCal. And no, if you are wondering, I did not attend this conference.

            My point – you cannot say that because a few members of a religion have committed terrible acts of violence that the entire religion espouses violence. This goes for any religion.

            In any case, I have said what I needed to say. You have never "bought" any thing we have said to begin with. And you may believe what you like. If you refuse to actually take a look into what Islam says — not what the media or haters propagate — and then spit it right back out without actually analyzing it thoroughly, then you are simply being close-minded. And that is your loss, not mine. Confirmation bias at its finest.

            Peace.

          • Drakken

            Take your peace of the grave and shove it where the sun don't shine muslim, your religion is an abomination and has been since the devils false profit mohamed crawled out of the desert and screwed his first 9 year old. Nobody is buying what your selling, the only thing your doing is making us angry and when we get angry were going to be playing a whole new game called cowboys and muslims and nobody is going to give a damn how peaceful you say you are, because nobody is going to care. Innocent means fellow muslims and not us infidels, so nice try at playing with words.

          • Western Candian

            You haven't posted a single comment in your too many posts, that is anything other than a load of absolute garbage. You either bry very VERY hard to remain VERY ignorant, or you are another lying muslim.

            There will be no peace as long as islam exists.

        • Western Candian

          He was certifiable, his mother was trying to have him commited. Your comparision is as invalid as the rest of your too many and too pathetic posts.

        • objectivefactsmatter

          "Since when is gunning down a classroom of kindergarteners in Connecticut not considered an act of terrorism?"

          When the actor is a lunatic angry at his mother. His motive was not to terrorize for the sake of political gain. You may be terrorized by anything but your feelings are not what defines how people use the vague label. In context, we're talking about terror as a tactic to overthrow a stronger foe in a total war scenario (in other words, it is clear there is no realistic possibility for a compromise that might end the conflict).

          "Don't even try to link religion and terrorism. "

          Of course not! Oh my. The only time we do that is when the terrorists tell us their motives. When they say it's their religion, who are you to correct them?

          "Read up on what Islam has to say about violence."

          You have no clue how far in over your head you are here.

          "Read up on what it has to say about taking care of the earth as well. In the Quran it says that any man who has killed another, it is as if he has killed all of humanity."

          Quote the whole paragraph so that we know context. Thanks. Don't forget to teach about deception and patiently waiting to build military strength while too weak for an all out frontal assault.

          "Flying planes into buildings, beheading captives and stoning women are not from Islam."

          Have any non-Muslims ever done that intentionally? Did the Muslims who did do that attribute it to their beliefs? Did Mohamed behead his captives when he didn't convert them in to slaves? Did Mohamed approve of stoning? Are Muslims to emulate Mohammed?

          You're batting 1000 – in strikes, or zero – depending on your accounting system.

          "Just because someone CLAIMS that their actions are in the name of a religion does NOT mean that it stems from the religion itself."

          No, one needs to show more evidence, which we have.

          "Similarly, any other acts of terror don't stem from a religion."

          Religious terror just doesn't exist because you've proved it? Not.

          "Get your facts straight yeah? Not all Muslims are terrorists, not all terrorists are Muslim."

          I already got my facts straight and now I've helped you to get yours straight. I'm skeptical whether you'll appreciate or benefit from my generosity.

  • Shahgerd

    This MSA conference sounds pretty exciting, I am saddened I missed it. The topics and lecturers seem to be awesome. USA needs conferences and organizations like the MSA, MAS, and CAIR, critically patriots. good work MSA West, see you next wweek.

    • Western Candian

      Oh don't worry. There will be other conferences where you can learn how to slit the throat of an infant in it's crib, to kidnap and rape a young christian or hindu girl and claim she is your wife, or build a replica of the pizza parlour where innocent young people were murdered by a creature lower than any rabid animal. I know you are looking forward to it!

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      Shagerd,

      Venue change. The msa, mas, cair are meeting in Syria next week.

    • objectivefactsmatter

      "USA needs conferences and organizations like the MSA, MAS, and CAIR, critically patriots."

      Sharia patriots are not welcome in the USA.

  • Grandpa Joe

    What started out as a pleasant, and seemingly informative article quickly devolved into a self-aggrandizing stroke-fest of nutjob paranoia. The comments in general do little to disprove my assessment. Evidently, fear-tainment is a fast-growing sector in the entertainment industry with a booming audience. It even seems to be rivaling the horror genre as the go-to source for fictional horror stories.

    • Infovoyeur

      This comment exemplifies a brand-new, until-now undiscovered, sub-variety of Wilful (but unconscious) Blindness. "Oh, Truth about an unpleasant subject, is just an example of the new media allure, "feartainment." (Of coarse, my own comment here could also well be "unpacked" as "avoiding the truth about the false statements about an unpleasnt subject." (Maybe thus I feel better right now, as we all want to…)

    • Western Candian

      In light of the cvomplete and utter load of dung you just posted, you should seriously consider changing your login name. Grandpa joe is close, but uncle joe would be perfect for you. You seem to have the same kind of mind and ethics that another, more famous uncle joe had….

      • Jason Bourne

        Ur Canadian, your point is invalid.

        • SCREW SOCIALISM

          That's some rebuttal.

          • Western Candian

            Actually not bad for a troll with the IQ of an old fashioned doorknob.

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      Grandpa Joe Stalin,

      Only Islamists and socialist savages consider flying passenger planes into buildings "entertainment".

  • frank

    LOOOOOOL this is the biggest bunch of bs ive ever seen….oh well the ignorant will remain ignorant.

    • Western Candian

      Yes, you will remain ignorant.

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      I don't CAIR,

      What for example is bs?

      Care to expound on your statement?

      • objectivefactsmatter

        "Care to expound on your statement?"

        He told us he's proud to remain ignorant. I doubt it.

  • Samira

    I attended the same conference at UCLA last year and the content seemed the same. Nowhere was an American flag visible, and the pledge at the end of the conference was the Muslim Brotherhood Pledge repeated by the 900 + students in attendance.

  • Farquhar

    This article is flawed in many ways, but the alleged Muslim Brotherhood connection is the most glaring example of its nonsense. Mr. Tapson demonstrates in this article that he has no idea of how the MSA West Conference started and by whom. If he did, he could not tie the Muslim Brotherhood to the conference or organization that hosts it.

    Mr. Tapson may be a gifted screenwriter, but he has failed here as a journalist and commentator.

    • kevinh

      References please, otherwise you've failed as a commenter, and the assertions of Mr. Tapson stand.

      Regards,
      kevinh

    • Western Candian

      Actually, the history you are lying about is a matter of public record. You know, for someone who lies a lot, you are not very good at it.

  • kevinh

    Really? Is saying the same school yard nonsense helping any? Could you grow up? Or just go away?
    Regards,
    kevinh

  • SCREW SOCIALISM

    Does the MSA permit recording of the talks – or would that be providing evidence to the FBI?

  • SCREW SOCIALISM

    To the MSA Taliban (students),

    If you think you can come here and post the talking points you got at your conference, without having those talking points destroyed, you have a lot to learn.

    Go back to your MSA handlers and complain.

    You can always whip out the "islamophobia" card – but the actions of Islamofascists across the globe are your world public relations disaster you an imagine – expect for Infidel blowback.

  • Uzair

    Is this part of the onion? This is good humor. The Muslim Brotherhood in US? The same group who couldnt take control of the country they started in. Ha!

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      uzair,

      CAIR is a front for the fascist muslim brotherhood – assassins of Anwar Sadat – now has a MB president morsi

      I laugh too, at your weak arguments and taqiyya.

    • Western Candian

      Is this another troll with the IQ of an anvil, making a fool of itself? Why yes it is.

  • Mike

    LOOOL

  • Frank Livingston

    If you would like to view a PowerPoint that shows the expansion of the Muslim Brotherhood since it was first formed in the U.S in 1963, type in your search bar: Homegrown Jihad in the USA: Muslim Brotherhood’s Deliberate, Premeditated Plan Now Reaching Maturity© https://cfns.us/files/HomegrownJihadintheUSA-Fina

  • Frank Livingston

    Why is Obama pushing America towards Shariah/Islamic law and to be a part of the Muslim Brotherhood’s effort to form a global Caliphate? Look up UN Resolution 16/18 and then go to YouTube and watch a briefing by Stephen Coughlin: The Organization of Islamic Cooperation and its Role in Enforcing Islamic Law.