VIDEO: Rashida Tlaib – Muslim Congresswoman – First Day On The Job [Graphic Language]

This past summer, The United West team joined with Dick Manasseri and his Sharia Crime Stoppers in Michigan to expose Rashida Tlaib, as an anti-American, Palestinian operative dedicated to remaking America in the image of GAZA!

Well, Rashida Tlaib got elected and was sworn in on January 3 in full Palestinian garb and with her hand on a Quran.

Yes, in America.

We warned Michigan and we warned America, now stay tuned as the SHARIAH SHOW goes into high gear in our nation’s capitol, Washington, D.C.

Watch the CNN report on Tlaib.


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EDITORS NOTE: The featured image of Rashida Tlaib is from Facebook.

Muslim migrant who stabbed cop screaming ‘Allahu Akbar’ is convicted on terror charges

The establishment media is not paying attention to this case. It doesn’t fit their narrative. A migrant. “Allahu akbar.” Striking the neck. Crying that his victim wasn’t dead. Wanting to leave an example for Muslims worldwide. Celebrating 9/11. Visiting mosques before his jihad attack. Saying a Muslim was born to commit acts of jihad violence. No wonder the establishment media won’t tell you about Amor Ftouhi.

Amor Ftouhi

“Jury convicts Amor Ftouhi of terrorism in Flint airport stabbing,” WXYZ, November 13, 2018:

FLINT, Mich. (WXYZ) – A jury has convicted Amor Ftouhi of terrorism charges for the stabbing of a police officer at Flint Bishop International Airport in 2017.

Fthouhi, a native of Tunisia who was living in Canada, was charged with committing an act of terrorism transcending national boundaries, committing an act of violence at an international airport and interference with airport security.

The jury was given the case on Tuesday and had a decision just over an hour later….

In June 2017, Ftouhi allegedly entered the Flint airport and stabbed Lt. Jeff Neville while yelling “Allahu Akhbar,” which is Arabic for “God is great.” Neville did survive the attack.

According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Ftouhi entered the U.S. from Canada…

He then traveled to Michigan but was unable to purchase a gun, so he bought a knife instead….

After the attack, Ftouhi told law enforcement agents that he was a “soldier of Allah” and that he was a follower of al-Qaeda and Usama bin Laden.

Ftouhi faces a maximum of life in prison.

EDITORS NOTE: This column with images originally appeared on Jihad Watch.

Iranian Spies Arrested on U.S. Soil Were Plotting Attacks

The two alleged Iranian spies arrested in the U.S. on August 9, 2018 were not just gathering intelligence on Americans and Iranians who oppose the regime. That intelligence was apparently to be used for attacks.

Ahmadreza Mohammadi-Doostdar, an Iranian with dual U.S. citizenship, and Majid Ghorbani, an Iranian national with permanent U.S. residency, were charged with acting as agents on behalf of the Iranian government in federal court on August 20, 2018. According to the FBI affidavit, Doostdar and Ghorbani were preparing alleged “target packages” on individuals who posed a threat to the Iranian regime on American soil.

Doostdar and Ghorbanin ran surveillance on Jewish facilities and events in the United States in support of Mujahdein-e Khalq (MEK), an exiled Iranian resistance group that advocates for the complete overthrow of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and his Islamist regime.

Timing Indicates the Seriousness of This Threat

Reporting by the Clarion Project shows that the Iranian regime and its Hezbollah terrorist proxy have an infrastructure in the U.S. it can use for such operations.

We recently identified three mosques in Michigan that are linked to the Iranian regime and promote its radical ideology.

In 2013, we reviewed grants given by an Iranian front group named the Alavi Foundation that funded over 60 Islamic organizations in America, as well as 30 universities in the U.S. and Canada. In August, a congressman called for an investigation into Iranian funding of American universities and colleges.

These operations are happening at a time when the Iranian regime is in dire need of cash and trying to escape international sanctions. It cannot afford to spend money on intelligence operations without an important purpose.

Since it is understood that preparing attacks on U.S. soil at this time is an especially risky endeavor, this means that the Iranian regime was very serious about preparing attacks on these targets—so serious it was willing to make the investment and risk a measured response from the Trump Administration and the international community if detected.

The arrests are proof of how devoted the regime is to violent jihad—and how much it fears the power of its “enemies.”

The big takeaway here is that the Iranian regime must be terrified of the anti-regime Iranians in the U.S., so much so that it is willing to take enormous risks to kill only a tiny portion of them.

If the regime is terrified of the Iranian opposition in America, then we should make supporting these secular-democratic Iranians our highest priority.

The Iranian Regime’s Recent Wave of Exported Terrorism

Charges against Ghorbani and Doostdar come amid other foiled plots targeting Iranian dissidents abroad.

In March, two Iranians were arrested in Albania for planning to attack Iranians who opposed the regime. In June of this year, authorities in Europe foiled what they believed was to be a bombing attack on an enormous Iranian opposition group conference outside of Paris. Assadollah Assadi, an Iranian diplomat in Vienna who was arrested in Germany, was believed to be behind the attack along with two people from Belgium who were arrested with homemade explosives and a detection device.

Clarion Project spoke to one of the potential targets in the United States who is named in the affidavit, Alireza Jafarzadeh. Jafarzadeh is best known for exposing secret Iranian nuclear facilities. He tied the operations of these alleged spies to the current uprising in Iran.

“The regime feels very threatened by the organized opposition, the MEK network. The regime basically considers us the engine behind the protests. Resistance units on the ground in various cities, they risk their lives, and pay the price,” he said.

“This basically explains why they’re doing this. It is purely out of desperation. Policies over the past few years have allowed them to build their network. The regime has got so emboldened that they can act on American soil. With what happened here in the U.S., we suspect they have more plans to carry out terrorist acts here.”

He touched on how some things fly under the radar in the U.S. when it comes to the Iranian government and how that facilitates the regime’s operations.

“There are a whole host of things that are associated with the Iranian regime – businesses, foundations. No one was really paying attention to them. Their ties have to be determined.”

Jafarzadeh explained that such actions only empower his organization to do more. “If the purpose is to decrease all activities, it won’t happen. On the contrary, we will step up our engagement more than before.”

While the details of Ghorbani and Doostdar’s training are unclear, there are some clear signs in their use of tradecraft (espionage techniques). Clarion talked to novelist JT Patten, a former intelligence specialist and expert on Iran and it global covert activities.

“Recent charges against Iranian spies are not so ‘bizarre’ when linked to similar incidents in Paris and Germany, among others. I’m not so sure either of the men would be part of a full F3EAD (Find, Fix, Finish, Exploit, Analyze and Disseminate) cycle, which is troubling.”

Patten mentioned that an elite unit inside of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, the Quds Force, likely directed the operations.

“This isn’t isolated but rather increasingly prevalent, with low-cost ops that fly under threat finance thresholds and are potentially masked with greater material support through the vast global bonyand[Iranian charitable trust] network.”

“So, in actuality, it’s textbook MO, and can easily skirt sanctions and many higher-level preventative measures,” Patten added.

Frank Montoya Jr., who served as the counterintelligence executive for the FBI to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (and was briefed about the 2011 Iranian plot to kill the Saudi ambassador in Washington, D.C.), added more insight:

“There are large Iranian expatriate communities around the U.S. When I worked in San Francisco, one of the largest was nearby in the southern part of the Bay Area.  Los Angeles also had a sizable community.

“The vast majority in each community were law abiding citizens, but we always worried that a few individuals, particularly travelers, could use their familiarity with those communities to hide illicit activities.

“We were particularly concerned that the Iranian government could use those illicit activities to raise cash, procure sensitive technologies, identify and target dissidents or recruit new assets,” Montoya said.

Iranian Spies Arrested Were Targeting Jews in Chicago

Apparently, one of the Iranian regime’s potential targets was Jewish centers for university students in Chicago.

Doostdar arrived in Chicago in July after visiting Iran. The FBI, who was watching him, saw him meet with an unidentified woman at the Oriental Institute Museum. When Doostdar left, the woman was seen folding a piece of paper. No woman has been charged in this case, so if she is involved in the Iranian operation, then she is still out there.

After leaving the meeting, he took out his phone and took pictures of two Jewish community centers, the Hillel Center and the Rhor Chabad Center. His photos were consistent with the surveillance necessary for conducting attacks, as he took pictures of the front and back of the buildings, including an iron gate.

The Iranian spy clearly did not want to be seen taking the pictures.

“He also appeared to look into cars and the reflection of store windows as he passed by, consistent with checking for surveillance,” the affidavit reads.

Apparently satisfied that he wasn’t being followed, he continued with his surveillance activities.

His counter-surveillance methods continued when he met with Ghorbani a few days later in California.

Just as happened with the earlier meeting with the woman, a piece of folded paper was exchanged.

After the meeting, he continued to implement tradecraft espionage techniques, such as acting like he was walking to one location and then suddenly making a change in his route and buying drinks at different gas stations in the area.

Spying on the Iranian Opposition in New York & Washington, D.C.

In September of 2017, Ghorbani went to New York to attend a MEK rally. At the event, he photographed a number of participants in attendance. Afterwards, he returned to California. By that time, Doostdar was already back in Iran.

In December of 2017, Doostdar flew into Chicago, where he was stopped by customs agents and presumably searched. He was in possession of $6,000, a notebook and two USB drives. The affidavit states that one of the drives was hidden in a toy keychain. When asked about any contact with individuals in California during his recent trip, he denied any connection to anyone in the state.

He then returned to California to meet with Ghorbani again. During that exchange, they discussed leading members in the MEK and the rally in New York.

At the meeting, Ghorbani said, “I videotaped one of his speeches, with photos, motherf***** is working for Mossad now, he works for these people too, he gets paid, he is one of those motherf***** Jews, I swear; motherf***** needs one shot.”

Specifically named in the surveillance recordings were Alireza Jafarzadeh, the deputy director of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, and Ali Safavi, who sits on the council’s foreign affairs committee.

Doostdar likely gave Ghorbani a flash drive at that time. Ghorbani also told Doostdar he would be heading back to Iran, to conduct an “in-person briefing.”

Ghorbani then printed out photos at a CVS store and placed them in a white and orange envelope.

When Doostdar’s luggage was searched at the Los Angeles Airport, the envelope was discovered with photos from a #FreeIran protest, along with a note that confirmed he paid Ghorbani $2,000. A search of Ghorbani’s apartment in March yielded notes written in Farsi with the names of people in the MEK. But Ghorbani’s activities were not done at that point.

In May, he attended the 2018 Iran Freedom Convention in Washington, D.C. He had managed to infiltrate the group, participating as a member of the California delegation.

At the convention, he sat near the stage. According to the affidavit, he was seen with his smartphone out and the lens pointed at the one of the speakers, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, as well as at the crowd.


The FBI concluded that both Ghorbani and Doostdar were acting on behalf of the Iranian government as foreign agents.

There is little information about Ghorbani and Doostdar outside of the FBI affidavit. Ghorbani’s attorney, Mary M. Petras, says his statements under surveillance were taken out of context and that he has worked as a waiter at the same restaurant for a decade, according to a report in The Washington Post.

A report from the Chicago Maroon lists Alireza Doostdar, an assistant professor in Islamic Studies at the University of Chicago’s Divinity School as Doostdar’s brother. Alireza has not made any comment to the media since his brother’s arrest, and his Twitter account, @docstobar, is private and locked unless he accepts you as a follower.

More details may come in this story, but what is for sure is that it will not be the last covert op against the West to come out of Tehran.


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Michigan Candidate for Governor Linked to Nation of Islam

Michigan gubernatorial candidate Abdul El-Sayed was recently a special guest speaker at a fund raiser for a Nation of Islam (NOI)-affiliated mosque.

The Muslim Center Mosque and Community Center states that it was “founded under the leadership of the late Imam W. Deen Mohammed, a Nation of Islam Leader and son of its founder, Elijah Muhammad.”

This is not the first time El-Sayed has spoken at a fundraiser for the mosque.  In October 2017, El-Sayed spoke at their annual fundraiser, alongside radical left-wing activist and sharia apologist Linda Sarsour.

NOI has a long history of extremism.  Imam Deen Mohammad’s former assistant Imam Mubarak affiliates himself with the mosque and regularly posts to the Center’s Facebook page, including posts describing Jews and Christians as untrustworthy.

In addition to its connection to the Nation of Islam, the Muslim Center has several ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.

The Center is under the direction of resident Imam Sheikh Momodou Ceesay.   Ceesay is a graduate of Al-Azhar University, the top school of Sunni jurisprudence, which has a long history of Muslim Brotherhood activity.

The Center has an “Executive Team” responsible for the day-to-day programming and maintenance of the mosque and center.  The chair of the team is Mark Crain.  Crain is a co-founder of MPower Change along with Sarsour. MPower Change has numerous connections to U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entities.

El-Sayed’s campaign has prominently featured Sarsour, an inflammatory activist with ties to radical individuals and organizations, including her husband’s support for terrorists, which was exposed in 2016.

This is not the first time El-Sayed has embraced groups and individuals with extremist views.

The Clarion Project recently brought attention to El-Sayed’s embrace the Islamic House of Wisdom, a radical, pro-Iran mosque in Dearborn Heights. The Islamic House of Wisdom is one of three Iran-linked mosques in Michigan.

The Islamist Money in Politics initiative also found that El-Sayed has earned the support of Islamist donors connected to various groups identified by the U.S. government as Muslim Brotherhood entities.

The list includes donors affiliated with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)North American Islamic Trust (NAIT)Muslim American Society (MAS)Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) and Esam Omeish, whose support for radical groups has made him known internationally.


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EDITORS NOTE: The featured image is of Democrat Party candidate for governor of Michigan Abdul El-Sayed (Photo: Tamekia Ashford / Detroit Health Department / Wiki Commons).

VIDEO: Linda Sarsour Asks World Trade Center Terrorist To Support Muslim Candidate for Michigan Governor

Investigative journalist Laura Loomer traveled to Michigan with The United West to investigate Abdul El-Sayed, a Muslim candidate running for Governor in Michigan as a Democrat Socialist.

El-Sayed is a Sharia compliant Muslim, but his political platform and talking points directly contradict Islamic law.

When Loomer attended one of Abdul’s campaign events in Michigan, she asked him about his practice of Sharia Law and if he recognizes the conflict of being a devout Muslim while also campaigning on a Marxist political platform. The Democrats claim to be pro-women, pro-LGBTQ, and pro-equality, but each of those things are prohibited under Islamic law, which Abdul himself has said he practices.

While speaking to a group of Muslims at the 54th Annual ISNA Convention, Pro-Hamas activist and Democrat mouthpiece Linda Sarsour, who has been campaigning for Abdul El-Sayed in Michigan, expressed how much she admires her “mentor” Siraj Wahhaj, and asked him to financially support Abdul’s campaign. Siraj Wahhaj is a co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center Bombing.

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VIDEO: Muslim from Dearborn captured on an Islamic State battlefield

His family is claiming that he was misled. That is their only possible recourse, as otherwise they would have to admit that the Islamic State ideology is spreading in Dearborn. And that could lead to an investigation.

Ibraheem Musaibli from Dearborn, Michigan.

“Dearborn man captured in Syria charged in terror case,” by Robert Snell and Sarah Rahal, Detroit News, July 24, 2018:

Detroit — A Dearborn man captured on an Islamic State battlefield this month was charged in an unsealed indictment Tuesday with providing material support to the Islamic State.

The indictment, dated July 19, was unsealed five days after it was reported that Ibraheem Musaibli, 28, was taken into custody by coalition-backed forces this month while trying to flee the Middle Euphrates River Valley in northern Syria, according to the New York Times, which first reported his capture….

The indictment accuses Musaibli of providing support to ISIS since April 2015. ISIS is a designated foreign terrorist organization. He used several aliases, including Abu Shifa Musaibli and Abu ‘Abd Al-Rahman Al-Yemeni, according to the government….

The portrayal is at odds with a description provided by his family. Musaibli is no terrorist but was lured by fellow Muslims into coming to Syria to study religion and work, younger brother Abdullah Musaibli said last week.

On Tuesday, Abdullah Musaibli told The Detroit News he booked a flight home from New York after Ibraheem’s indictment.

“I have to come back to Michigan to support my big brother,” said Abdullah Musaibli, 26. “I’ve been in New York City for a couple of months … it’s time I see the family.”

Abdullah Musaibli said he still believes his brother is not a terrorist.

“Yes, 110 percent, I don’t just believe he’s innocent. I KNOW he’s innocent,” Abdullah Musaibli said via Facebook Messenger….

Ibraheem Musaibli was raised in Dearborn. An Edsel Ford High School dropout, Musaibli helped his father operate a perfume shop in Detroit and had no contact with police besides a few minor traffic incidents, according to the Dearborn Police.

Eventually, he got married, fathered a son and moved to the port city of Aden, Yemen.

While in Yemen, Ibraheem Musaibli started talking with fellow Muslims, his brother said, who lured him to Syria in 2015.

Ibraheem Musaibli did not watch online sermons by radical Islamic clerics or seek out Islamic State contacts, his brother said.

At some point, Musaibli traveled to Syria. There were few details included in the indictment Tuesday that would describe how and when he traveled to the war-torn country.

Ibraheem’s father, Izzy Musaibli, told The News late Friday the FBI has been working to help his son escape from an Islamic State prison.

“He’s not a fighter, he’s been working with the FBI to escape ISIS and after the last time he tried to escape, (ISIS) burned his passport,” Izzy Musaibli said. “The FBI knows he’s not a fighter and he’s only been doing small work there for food to survive.”

Izzy Musaibli said the family had brief contact with Ibraheem while he was stuck in Syria, trapped because the militants thought Ibraheem was a spy.

“(ISIS) doesn’t represent Islam, they have a totally different ideology, and Ibraheem was preaching against them,” he said. “Every time he tried to escape, he was put back in prison, and we’ve been working with the FBI as a team.”

EDITORS NOTE: This column originally appeared on Jihad Watch.

A Democrat candidate for Governor of Michigan. Who Are His Friends/Supporters?

The following are pictures and endorsements for voters of Michigan to understand a candidate and his campaign.  An educated voter is a must in any election, but even more so in 2018!

As one correspondent with the Middle East Forum put it, both the Brotherhood and militant jihadists will “shout Allahu Akbar and bomb Israel, support jihad, and support the violation of the rights of women and non-Muslims. One will do it openly and loudly while wearing his primitive Islamic dress and his untidy beard, but the other will be a PhD holder from Oxford University or the Sorbonne, and he will do it cunningly and secretly while wearing his German or French suit and a tidy beard, from an air-conditioned office, all the while making deals with the Americans.”   . (Counter Jihad Report, August 11, 2017)

So the ideal Brotherhood politician would be someone who secretly harbors radical Islamic convictions, but looks, acts, and talks like a mainstream, major-party candidate. This candidate would not hide his Muslim identity, but instead would leverage it for political advantage, making Islam sound moderate and appealing to values like multiculturalism. (Counter Jihad Report, August 11, 2017)

Could Abdulrahman Mohamed El-Sayed be giving the ISIS one-fingered salute?  Carefully look at the hand formation, then you decide.

  • Abdulrahman Mohamed El-Sayed has substantial connections to the Muslim Brotherhood in both his past and present. So the suspicion that El-Sayed may harbor Islamist convictions and be a Trojan horse are not unfounded, especially given the reality of what some have dubbed a “stealth jihad.” (Jihad Watch, August 10, 2017)
  • El-Sayed is chummy with Linda Sarsour, the hijab-wearing Women’s March organizer who is a vocal proponent of jihad and sharia law (and who has enthusiastically endorsed his candidacy).   (PJ Media, Sept 5, 2017)
  • At the University of Michigan, El-Sayed was vice-president of the Muslim Student Association, an affiliate of the Muslim Brotherhood. (PJ Media, Sept 5, 2017)
  • The wife’s father is a former president and current board member of the Michigan chapter of the terrorist-linkedCouncil on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).  (PJ Media, Sept 5, 2017)
  • In 2012, when he was in med school, El-Sayed received a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship. Paul, George Soros’s brother.  Some sources maintain that the Soros empire is funding El-Sayed’s campaign and grooming him to eventually become president.  (PJ Media, Sept 5, 2017)

Abdul’s Family:

Father: Egyptian immigrant who remarried to a now converted white, rural Protestant mother. (The Guardian, Aug 24, 2017)

Abdulrahman Mohamed El-Sayed,  posted this to his Facebook Page.  Highlights noted how proud he was of his father’s accomplishments.

What could some of those comments be stating?

  • What is meant by “students of color” and why is that important? Why does that distinction need to be made?
  • When referring to “America…it’s ideals, it’s diversity and its ability to correct.”  Why does America need to be “corrected”?
  • “more perfect union”, is that a reference to implementing a One World religion & caliphate w/Sharia as the legal code of the land?
  • His Dad reminds him “how incredible a place this can be”. How about telling his son how incredible this place IS & HAS BEEN, with opportunities, freedoms, and liberties not given  anywhere else in the world.  Established by our Founders!
  • “Let’s fight to keep it that way.”  Is that a reference to Jihad?  Could be!
  • Abdul’s wifeSarah Jakaku, wears hijab, a fact that seriously undermines the image he seeks to project.   (PJ Media, Sept 5, 2017)  [An indicator she is Sharia compliant]
  • His uncles learned to prepare venison Halal so his entire family could share in the meals. (The Guardian, Aug 24, 2017)
  • El-Sayed’s father-in-law is Jakaku Tayeb, former president and current board member of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Michigan. In 2007, CAIR was actually named by federal prosecutors as “unindicted co-conspirators” in a criminal plot to support the terrorist group Hamas.  (Jihad Watch, August 10, 2017)

Abdulrahman Mohamed El-Sayed and the Brotherhood Stealth Model

  • According to the Middle East Forum, the Muslim Brotherhood differs from other radical jihadist groups in strategy, but not in goals. Both the Brotherhood and groups like ISIS seek to destroy the West and establish Sharia, or Islamic, law. But while groups like ISIS promote a military means of conquering the West, the Brotherhood, as stated in its internal documents, seeks to penetrate and destroy Western civilization from within — “‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their (own) hands.”  .”  (Jihad Watch, August 10, 2017)
  • Publicly, El-Sayed espouses a very tolerant form of Islam, once remarking that he was running for public office “because of the values my Islam teaches me” like beliefs in “equity” and “the fundamental rights of all people.” El-Sayed also frequently talks about people of different faiths coming together, upholding his “extremely diverse” family as a model. (El-Sayed’s father, Mohamed El-Sayed, married a white woman who converted to Islam. So now, through his step-mother, El-Sayed has a grandmother who’s a Presbyterian and apparently, an uncle who’s an atheist.) (Jihad Watch, August 10, 2017)
  • Al Jazeera does a “glowing” interview of this Democrat candidate… but never interviews any others… why? Approval of a Muslim candidate, possible run for President in 2020?
  • Abdul is quoted as saying, “I can tell you that my ability to practice my faith in person, in my own home, when I choose to, where I’m allowed to, because of freedoms in this country have everything to do with that separation of church and state,” he said. “If I am going to want to be able to put my face on the ground 34 times a day, like I do, because I’m Muslim, I want to make sure no one can take that right away from me. And I will not take that right away from anyone else.” (The Guardian, Aug 24, 2017)
  • He has pledged universal healthcare to all Michiganders if it fails on the federal level, says he will push to legalize marijuana and says he will raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour and make Michigan a “sanctuary state”: as a spokesman puts it, he is “unwilling to waste state taxpayer money to enforce federal law that would rob small businesses of hardworking employees and tear apart families”.  (The Guardian, Aug 24, 2017)

  • Repeatedly, El-Sayed has described himself as a devout Muslim: he prays several times a day; he has said that “his Islamic values are at the center of his work as a civil servant”; his father is an imam. If he’s a devout Muslim, that means he firmly supports sharia law. But how does he square this with his purported approval of secular government? Is he a devout Muslim or a devout believer in the separation of religion and state? You can’t be both. (PJ Media, Sept 5, 2017)
  • While a student at the University of Michigan, El-Sayed was “an active member” and vice-president of the Muslim Students’ Association (MSA) – a group founded mainly by members of the Muslim Brotherhood for the express purpose of spreading Wahhabist ideology — an austere form of Islam that insists on literal interpretation of the Quran and views those who disagree as enemies.

According to terrorism expert Patrick Poole, the MSA “has been a virtual terror factory. Time after time after time again, we see these terrorists . . . MSA leaders, MSA presidents, MSA national presidents — who’ve been implicated, charged and convicted in terrorist plots.”  (Jihad Watch, August 10, 2017)

The extensive list of MSA terrorists includes (Jihad Watch, August 10, 2017):

  • Anwar al-Awlaki, an al-Queda senior recruiter and organizer.
  • Ramy Zamzam, convicted in Pakistan for attempting to join the Taliban and kill U.S. troops, was president of the MSA’s Washington, D.C. council.
  • Omar Shafik Hammami, the former president of the MSA at the University of South Alabama, who abandoned his wife and infant daughter to join the terrorist group Al-Shabaab in Somalia.

WHO/WHAT IS THE Muslim Student Association?


Friends engaging friends… “strong women leaders” – Sally Yates, Maxine Waters, and Elizabeth Warren?   And Bill Clinton hovering nearly on top of  Abdulrahman Mohamed El-Sayed?

  • Sally Yates, an Obama hold-over, fired by President Trump for refusing to enforce the president’s Executive Order. But, she didn’t stand against anything Obama implemented.
  • Maxine Waters, who’s been in office since 2013 in her current position, but since 1990 in other positions. Basically a lifer who can’t seem to do anything but scream, “Impeach Trump”, without any reason other than she just doesn’t like him!
  • Elizabeth Warren, who thinks she’s American Indian, but just can’t seem to prove it. BUT… everyone MUST give her special status as she would then qualify as a minority.

These are his role models for “strong women leaders”?   Very disturbing!


Again, Linda Sarsour, who openly declared Jihad on President Trump!

This is who Abdulrahman Mohamed El-Sayed feels compelled to stand with?  Makes for very dangerous liasions!

Abdulrahman Mohamed El-Sayed and President Trumps Recent Tax Cuts

Tax cuts “Wont  grow #jobs”, only #inequality.  #fail”

I believe Abdul has it VERY Wrong!  But he’s following the Pelosi “Crumbs” mantra!

The following bullets from: New York Post, January 27, 2018:

  • The president’s policies of cutting high taxes and excessive regulationsare sparking a stock market surge and soaring economic confidence.
  • Millions of workers will get the bonuses, most of which are for $1,000, and untold others will get new or higher-paying jobs.
  • Most of those workers also will see their take-home pay increase because they will get personal income tax cuts and a doubling of the standard deduction.
  • The cash-in-the-pocket benefits are great news to many families, but the boom is doing something else too: It’s giving the millennials a firsthand lesson in economics.
  • As the Wall Street Journal reportedFriday, the tax cuts are “rippling through” the economy and leading all kinds of firms to explore expansion and some to consider new plants and acquisitions.
  • Many companies also are increasing their charitable contributions, with JPMorgan Chase saying it will boost its community-based philanthropy by 40 percent, to $1.75 billion over five years.

Michigan: 16-year-old Muslim accused of killing mother trying to ‘Americanize’ sisters to ‘please’ Muslim father

The father wasn’t happy that his children were becoming “Americanized.”

“‘He always returned home but was more like his father, a traditional Muslim,’ Markowitz said. ‘The girls were happy to go shopping with their mother, have electrolysis. But he was very much like his father, didn’t believe in living the American culture. His father even had him working for him against her in the home, taking photographs of things, like items his mother had bought. Like a spy.’”

Nada Huranieh, murdered mother.

“‘Americanized’ kids riled dad; matricide suspected,” by Mike Martindale, Detroit News, September 14, 2017 (thanks to Blazing Cat Fur):

Farmington Hills — Nada Huranieh’s death was initially seen as an accidental fall, but investigators soon determined the 35-year-old fitness trainer had been murdered — and that her 16-year-old son was the alleged culprit.

Authorities remain tight-lipped about their investigation into Huranieh’s death, but court records shed some light on her family’s sometimes troubled existence behind the walls of their mansion off a quiet dirt road in southern Oakland County.

Huranieh, 35, died Aug. 21 from injuries suffered in a fall from a second-floor window of the seven-bedroom home on Howard Road in Farmington Hills. Authorities said she was found on her patio by her 14-year-old daughter, who called police to report Huranieh was not breathing.

The death was ruled a homicide following an autopsy, and her son, Muhammad Altantawi, is charged as an adult with second-degree murder. He is being held in Oakland County Children’s Village without bond.

During a pre-exam conference Friday, Judge Marla Parker of 47th District Court scheduled a preliminary hearing for Nov. 17, when she will decide whether Altantawi will be tried in his mother’s death.

The teenager, from all accounts, is a good student without any prior legal trouble. If found guilty of killing his mother, he could be sentenced to life in prison.

“My client has expressed his innocence and said he had nothing to do with his mother’s death and is looking forward to being cleared in the legal process,” said the teen’s attorney, David J. Kramer, who declined further comment.

But court records and people familiar with the family reveal stress inside the home that predated the death, with Muhammad Altantawi being placed “in the middle” of adult issues, including allegations of domestic violence, a parental split and Medicaid fraud charges against his father, a Canton-based physician.

Huranieh and Bassel Altantawi, who wed in Syria in 1999 and had three children, were in the midst of a divorce; both were scheduled to give depositions the week she died.

Bassel Altantawi, estranged father of Muhammad.

Huranieh had filed for divorce in March 2016. According to court records, the teen’s father, Bassel Altantawi, now 46, violated orders for supervised visitation and allegedly met several times with his son at a strip mall near the home more than a year ago.

The father also expressed concerns that his children were being “Americanized” by his wife in contrast to their Syrian and Islamic roots, court records indicate.

One of Huranieh’s ex-attorneys, Carolyn Markowitz, said the son expressed anger toward his mother and frequently slipped away to meet his father, who was ordered out of their Farmington Hills home following an incident in which he was accused of throwing his wife down a flight of stairs on Valentine’s Day in 2016.

Altantawi eventually pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of spousal abuse. He was placed on a tether and given conditions that included having no contact with his estranged wife for two years and having only supervised visitation with their children, who were ordered to have counseling.

Muhammad Altantawi and his two sisters, age 14 and 12, were in the sole legal custody of their mother at the time of her death, though the boy’s address is listed as being on Ford Road in Canton, according to his district court criminal file. The address is his father’s urgent care clinic.

Part of the divorce filing in Oakland County Circuit Court is confidential.

Bassel Altantawi could not be reached for comment. His divorce attorney, Timothy McGlinchey, said in a circuit court filing last year that his client “denies violently throwing anyone down stairs.”

In a phone interview, McGlinchey said Bassel Altantawi has been rocked by the events of the past year and a half.

“My client is devastated at what has gone on with his family: the divorce; then the death of the mother of his children; and then his son being charged with the death,” the attorney said.

Bassel Altantawi described the altercation with his wife as “an isolated and very unfortunate incident that he has taken responsibility for and it will not be repeated,” McGlinchey wrote in the 2016 divorce filing.

The estranged couple’s older daughter phoned police to report the Valentine’s Day incident, according to Markowitz, Huranieh’s former attorney.

“Her injuries were serious, she could have died,” she said.

It was unclear if the son was at home during the altercation, but Markowitz said in the following months, it became clear that Muhammad was growing apart from his mother. Several times, he ran away to see his father.

“He always returned home but was more like his father, a traditional Muslim,” Markowitz said. “The girls were happy to go shopping with their mother, have electrolysis. But he was very much like his father, didn’t believe in living the American culture. His father even had him working for him against her in the home, taking photographs of things, like items his mother had bought. Like a spy.

“There were third parties, a religious mentor, who was also trying to influence him or relay his father’s wishes, which was also improper,” she said….


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“The girls’ parents have not been charged.”

Why not? Obviously they wanted this done to their girls. Jumana Nagarwala didn’t steal into their homes in the dark of night and perform this barbaric procedure of her own accord.

Dr. Jumana Nagarwala

“Report: Girl’s genital mutilation injury worse than doctor claims,” by Tresa Baldas, Detroit Free Press, April 26, 2017:

Two weeks after a doctor’s arrest, a grand jury indicted three in a genital mutilation case, sending it to trial.

Dr. Jumana Nagarwala has maintained she never engaged in any genital cutting.

But according to documents obtained by the Free Press, the injuries sustained by two Minnesota girls who prosecutors say had their genitals mutilated by Nagarwala at a Livonia clinic are much more severe than what the doctor has claimed.

The details emerged as Nagarwala and two others were indicted Wednesday on genital mutilation charges in U.S. District Court, where the trio are accused of targeting young girls for years to carry out what prosecutors have described as a barbaric and illegal ritual. In this case, prosecutors say, when Nagarwala and her cohorts were discovered, they lied, deleted evidence and tried to hush others in their religious community to keep their crime a secret.

Nagarwala, through her lawyer, has admitted that she did perform a procedure on the genitalia of two Minnesota girls, but that it didn’t involve cutting. Rather, she claims, she scraped a membrane from their genitalia, wrapped it in gauze and gave it to the parents, who buried it as part of a religious custom.

A doctor’s findings, however, contradict that claim. A juvenile protection petition filed on behalf of the victims in Minnesota, along with federal court documents, cite scarring, a small tear, healing lacerations and what appears to be surgical removal of a portion of her genitalia….

Prosecutors say they believe there are many other victims. According to the seven-count indictment, the three defendants are part of a bigger conspiracy that ran from 2005 until this year, when a tip and a trail of electronic evidence led to their arrests.The main defendant is Nagarwala, 44, of Northville, who is charged with conspiracy, genital mutilation, transporting minors with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity, lying to a federal agent and obstructing an official proceeding. If convicted, she could face up to life in prison on the transporting minors charge. According to the indictment, Nagawala told federal agents that “she has never been present” for female genital mutilation — or FGM — on “any minor children” and that she has “no knowledge” of it ever being performed.

“Nagarwala then and there well knew she had performed FGM procedures on numerous minor girls,” the indictment states.

Prosecutors say Nagarwala pulled off this crime with the help of another doctor who let her use the Livonia clinic to carry out the procedure and helped coordinate the girls’ trip to Michigan. That physician is Dr. Fakhruddin Attar, 53, who was charged with the same crimes as Nagarwala. His wife, Farida Attar, 50, also was indicted for her alleged role: Prosecutors say she held the girls’ hands during the procedure and instructed at least one member of her community to lie if anyone asked questions.

According to the indictment, all three are accused of trying to keep this practice a secret within their Indian-Muslim community.

“(They) instructed others not to speak about FGM procedures that had taken place,” the 13-page document states….

The Attars deny any wrongdoing. Their lawyers have said both are deeply religious, have clean records and were frightened following their arrests….

The girls’ parents have not been charged.According to court documents, both girls have told FBI and state investigators that they had procedures performed on their genitalia, that it was painful and that they were both told to keep it a secret. One of the girls said the doctor made her cry and that she and her friend were both given cake after the procedure. One of the girls also said that she thought she was coming to Detroit for a “special” girls trip, but after arriving here learned that they had to go to the doctor because “our tummies hurt.”…

Minnesota authorities removed both girls from their homes, though one of them has been returned to her parents. The other girl’s child protective custody case remains under seal. It is not known whether she has been returned to her parents yet.


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Michigan: Muslim doctor now working for the Islamic State

“His Facebook profile photo is a picture of a golden sword and the words ‘Islam is the Religion of the Sword Not Pacifism.’” Where did he learn this understanding of Islam? Was he “radicalized on the Internet,” or are authorities looking into the possibility that maybe, just maybe, this view of Islam is taught right there in Flint, Michigan? I know it’s inconceivable and “Islamophobic” even to suggest, but can it really be definitively ruled out?

Mohamed Maleeh Masha (Photo: East High School yearbook)

Mohamed Maleeh Masha (Photo: East High School yearbook)

And why would a doctor join the Islamic State? After all, John Kerry assures us that poverty and lack of opportunity cause terrorism. Surely this couldn’t have something to do with Islam, could it?

“FBI hunts doctor from Flint area tied to Islamic State,” by Robert Snell, The Detroit News, June 23, 2016:

Flushing — Federal agents are hunting for a suburban Flint medical school graduate who has fled to Syria and is believed to be working as a doctor for Islamic State extremists, The Detroit News has learned.

Sealed federal court records involving 24-year-old Flushing native Mohamed Maleeh Masha reveal an international search stretching from the battlefields of war-torn Syria to downtown Flint. The records, emerging while the city copes with fallout from a water crisis, offer a rare peek inside a federal terror investigation that could yield insight into Islamic State recruiting methods.

The manhunt was revealed in a sealed search warrant that was briefly posted on the federal court online case database. The records indicate the FBI is looking for evidence Masha is supporting Islamic State groups, including the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria — known as ISIS.

The terror investigation is likely focused on determining if Masha is recruiting people in the Flint area and elsewhere to join ISIS, counterterrorism experts said….

Until last year, Masha lived in an orange-brick, two-story colonial in a leafy subdivision in Flushing, eight miles northwest of downtown Flint. His driver’s license expires next month.

Masha’s mother and several siblings live there today. Weeds poked above the backyard deck during a recent visit and the swimming pool appeared damaged, the blue liner peeling and hanging like drapes….

Agents also were searching for evidence Masha helped al-Furqan, the Islamic State’s primary media operation.

The warrant indicates agents sought evidence Masha had traveled overseas to help jihadists or engage in terrorism.

The records reveal a shadowy FBI investigation that appears to have been triggered by Masha’s disappearance in early 2015.

Masha is believed to have been among the first of two waves of medical school students and graduates to travel to Turkey before entering Syria, according to news reports….

The pages of East High School’s yearbook show a pudgy-cheeked kid with spiky hair wearing a striped shirt. He belonged to the Future Business Leaders of America club.

He graduated in 2009. The yearbook index lists his senior photo as appearing on page 48.

But like Masha, the photo is missing.

He later attended the University of Medical Sciences and Technology in Khartoum, Sudan, and graduated in 2014, according to his Facebook page….

Masha’s social media accounts mention jihad.

His Facebook profile photo is a picture of a golden sword and the words “Islam is the Religion of the Sword Not Pacifism.” Another photo shows an outline of the U.S., dollar signs and the words “Interest & Tyranny.”

Masha’s most recent public Facebook post was in December and included a photo with the word “Jihad.”

His friend list includes at least two young Flint relatives.

In June 2015, Masha posted a quote from Anwar al-Awlaki, a radical U.S.-born cleric who federal prosecutors said met with Abdulmutallab before the failed underwear bomb attack….


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