While the Muslim Brotherhood burns churches in Egypt, Obama praised ISNA for advancing "interfaith understanding and cooperation around the world.”
Finally, something we can believe.
Obama taped a statement congratulating ISNA, an unindicted co-conspirator in the Hamas Holy Land funding case, on its anniversary, telling the Muslim Brotherhood terror-linked front group, “My administration is proud to be your partner."
ISNA's president had met twice with Obama and Valerie Jarrett, making this a high end meeting. And Jarrett had addressed the ISNA convention back in 2009.
“Muslim Americans are integral part of our character and history and we rely on your innovation and entrepreneurship to help keep moving this country forward,” Obama told ISNA members. “Over the last half century, you have upheld the proud legacy of American Muslims’ contributions to our national fabric and this gathering is a testament of that tradition.”
The timing for Obama's shameless flattery is rather poor as it directs attention to his plans for fighting a war on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria and his repeated attempts to pressure the Egyptian government to restore the Muslim Brotherhood to power in that country.
ISNA is a notorious Muslim Brotherhood front group and while its mother organization back in Egypt is burning churches, Obama praised ISNA for its interfaith activities, saying, "I am especially grateful for the work that ISNA has done to advance interfaith understanding and cooperation here in home and around the world.”
“So thank you ISNA for your tireless advocacy and commitment to America that realizes the full potential of all its people,” Obama said.
Speakers at the terror-linked group's convention that Barack Hussein Obama was praising, include Shaykh Hamza Yusuf, Co-Founder of Zaytuna College, and Muslim Brotherhood scion Tariq Ramadan who defended stoning women to death.
Shaykh Hamza Yusuf said of the United States “[America] a country that has little to be proud of in its past and less to be proud of in the present. I am a citizen of this country not by choice but by birth.
"I reside in this country not by choice but by conviction in attempting to spread the message of Islam in this country. I became Muslim in part because I did not believe in the false gods of this society whether we call them Jesus or democracy or the Bill of Rights.”
Two days before September 11, Shaykh Hamza Yusuf addressed a benefit dinner for a Muslim cop-killer sponsored by Al-Talib Magazine, which praised Osama bin Laden, and announced, "This country [America] unfortunately has a great, a great tribulation coming to it. And much of it is already here, yet people are too to illiterate to read the writing on the wall.”
Unfortunately it still is. Even when the writing comes in the form of a video.