Muslim Faces, in Questionable Places..

A candid look at who’s protecting America! ..and/or, you and your children? 

Arif Alikhan 1b

(Arif Alikhan).

“Arif Alikhan” is currently the Deputy Executive Director for Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, and Fire/EMS at Los Angeles World Airports. He was appointed to the new position in October of 2011 and is responsible for the 1,200 sworn police officers and civilian security officers that protect Los Angeles   International Airport, Ontario International Airport, and Van Nuys Airport. He is also responsible for all fire and emergency medical services at LAWA’s three airports. Alikhan is a former Distinguished Professor of Homeland Security and Counterterrorism at the National Defense University (NDU), College of International Security Affairs in Washington, D.C. He teaches and lectures on a variety subjects involving homeland and national security issues for U.S. military and civilian security professionals. and is a recognized expert on U.S. government homeland security and counter terrorism policies.

Alikhan was appointed to the Obama Administration in 2009 as Assistant Secretary for Policy Development at the United States Department of Homeland Security.

He is also a former Deputy Mayor of Homeland Security and Public Safety for the City of Los Angeles, former federal prosecutor with the United States Attorneys Office in Los Angeles, and a former senior adviser to Attorneys General John Ashcroft and Alberto Gonzales while serving at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.

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Mohammed Elibiary  1

(Mohammed Elibiary).

Mohammed Elibiary – Homeland Security Adviser  (source

Click on URL above and pay attention.

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 (Rashad Hussain).

Rashad Hussain (born in 1978), is an American attorney, and U.S. Special Envoy to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), the second largest intergovernmental body after the UN, with 57 member states. Hussain, a Muslim of Indian heritage, has served in the White House Counsel’s Office, and in his role as Envoy, has advised the Administration on policy issues related to the Muslim world. He has traveled to numerous countries and international conferences, and has met with foreign leaders and Muslims around the world. His position, “a kind of ambassador at large to Muslim countries, was created by President George W. Bush. 

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Salam al-Marayati 1a

 (Salam al-Marayati).

Salam al-Marayati – Obama Adviser – founder Muslim Public Affairs Council and its current executive director.

The Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) is a national American Muslim advocacy and public policy organization headquartered in Los Angeles and with offices in Washington D.C. MPAC was founded in 1986.

MPAC has participated in a number of coalitions and networks, and worked with Japanese-American organizations. MPAC was founded in 1986 as the “Political Action Committee of the Islamic Center of Southern California”. It was later renamed in 1988 to the “Muslim Public Affairs Council.”

In its history, it has condemned the death fatwa against Salman Rushdie and the attacks on the WorldTradeCenter, and denounced the Taliban and Osama bin Laden.

Statement by President Salam al-Marayati, regarding the September 11, 2001 terror attacks: “If we’re going to look at suspects, we should look to the groups that benefit the most from these kinds of incidents, and I think we should put the state of Israel on the suspect list because I think this diverts attention from what’s happening in the Palestinian territories so that they can go on with their aggression and occupation and apartheid policies.” 

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Imam Mohamed Magid 1a

 (Imam Mohamed Magid).

Imam Mohamed Magid – Obama’s Sharia Czar –

Islamic Society of North America

The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), based in Plainfield, Indiana, USA, is a Muslim umbrella group. It has been described in the media as the largest Muslim organization in North America. It has been a subject of controversy and criticism.

ISNA traces its origins to a meeting of several Muslim student organizations in 1963, at which the Muslim Student Association of the U.S. & Canada (“The MSA”) was formed in January 1963. ISNA regards the MSA’s 1963 convention as its first one, held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Present-day ISNA was founded in 1982 through a joint effort of four organizations: The Muslim Students Association of the US and Canada (The MSA), Islamic Medical Association (IMA), the Association of Muslim Social Scientists (AMSS), and the Association of Muslim Scientists and Engineers (AMSE) – to create a community-oriented organization due to the changing nature of the growing Muslim community.

Many of the leaders of these four founding organizations took leadership roles in the newly-formed ISNA. In 1983, ISNA completed a $21 million ($48,405,947 today) headquarters complex in suburban Indianapolis using funds raised in part from (international sources). In 2008, it claimed 4,000 members.

ISNA’s goal is “to be an exemplary and unifying Islamic organization in North America that contributes to the betterment of the Muslim community and society at large.”

Question: What does that mean? …

Muslim goal 2a

According to Webster: “ex·em·pla·ry,” Worthy of imitation; commendable: -serving as a model.

Question: Does that mean that American citizens should start gathering in small secret groups to plot against Islam?

According to Webster: “u·ni·fy·ing,” To make into or become a unit; consolidate.

Question: In this particular venue does unifying mean that Muslims want to convert to Christianity and accept the U.S. Constitution as their law, or does it mean that Muslims want to convert Christians to Islam and live under sharia law?

Personal observation: As the ISNA’s mission statement reads; “to the betterment of the Muslim community,” and society at large.”

I read it to mean that the ISNA is committed to the Muslim community and that they see society at large as an Islamic society.


ISNA is an association of Muslim organizations and individuals that provides a common platform for presenting Islam, supporting Muslim communities, developing educational, social and outreach programs and fostering good relations with other religious communities, and civic and service organizations.

Since 1982, ISNA’s structure has changed, with several organizations either becoming defunct, or simply leaving ISNA’s umbrella. Currently, ISNA includes under its umbrella: Muslim Student Association (MSA), the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT), Canadian Islamic Trust Foundation (CITF; NAIT’s counterpart in Canada), Association of Muslim Scientists and Engineers (AMSE), Islamic Medical Association of North America (IMANA), and the Muslim Youth of North America (MYNA).

Other organizations that either left ISNA or were disbanded include: Muslim Communities Association (MCA), Islamic Teaching Center (ITC), the Association of Muslim Social Scientists (AMSS), Islamic Media Foundation (IMF), and Foundation for International Development (FID), among others. It should be noted that although each of the umbrella groups under ISNA has a seat in the ISNA Board of Directors, ISNA itself has no reciprocal seat or say in the leadership of the lower umbrella groups.

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 (Eboo Patel).

Eboo Patel – Advisory Council on Faith-Based

Neighborhood Partnerships

Eboo Patel is a member of President Barack Obama’s inaugural Advisory Council on Faith-Based Neighborhood Partnerships. He is an American Ismaili Muslim of Gujarati Indian heritage and founder and president of the Interfaith Youth Core, a Chicago-based international nonprofit that aims to promote interfaith cooperation.

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Although all the gentleman that I have identified in today’s offering may be totally wonderful and decent human beings, as I have stated on numerous occasions over the past two years, … 

                                                                                                                  bona fide American bigot 1a

According to Merriam-Webster: “big·ot,” One who is strongly partial to one’s own group, religion, race, or politics and is intolerant of those who differ.

For the curious; I am white and I am a Christian, accordingly, my group; “Are white Christians.” My religion; “I believe in God, not organizations created by individuals with agendas. My race; I am “Caucasian,” to include English, Irish, Scottish and German. My politics; “I am a common sense (American) conservative.” ..and what makes me a bigot, ..a proud bigot, is that I am intolerant of those who differ with my beliefs.

As an American, and a Christian, I am both opposed to an offended by the Islamic policies and jihadists tactics that are in direct conflict with the goals of America’s founding fathers. I am fervently opposed to opening America’s doors to any group of organized individuals whose fundamental purpose is to convert America to an Islamic state.

More for the curious…

Today’s offering was predominantly inspired by the following (agenda driven) anti-Islamic email that is currently slithering through cyberspace…

Entitled: Five new faces!

Obama's Islamic brotherhood for

 (Apparently the composer of the document couldn’t count).

This is flat out scary!!!! The foxes are now living in the hen house…

Now ask me why, I am very concerned!!!

Do you feel OK with this ??

How can this happen and when will we wake up !!

We are quiet while our Country is being changed !!

If your not CONCERNED.. DELETE this… go to bed tonight… sleep well.

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Editorial: Fear mongering is stupid irregardless of where it comes from, the only thing possibly stupider, are the folks who buy into it.

Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow


Crusader Rabbit…

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