(Mad World News) – Following the deadly attack in San Bernardino, California that claimed the lives of 14 innocent people, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) was rather quick to hold a press conference condemning the violence and trying to distance Islam from the incident. One of the speakers at the press conference was Muzammil Siddiqi, and while he wants everyone to believe he’s “moderate,” his dirty secret just got out.
The Investigative Project allocates its resources to exposing terrorists living within our midst, and in a lengthy write-up, they profiled Siddiqi’s radical past. Apparently, he’s not quite as moderate as he would like people to believe. Shocker, right?
Hey media–> background on Muzammil Siddiqi, the guy whose soothing message on Islam you’re digging at CAIR presser https://t.co/EqfMsSOqte
— David Reaboi (@davereaboi) December 3, 2015
From 1997 to 2001, Siddiqi was the director of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), which was an unindicted co-conspirator in the 2007 Hamas-support trial of the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development (HLF). Apparently the group, like its counterpart CAIR, has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, and was listed as one of the entities that made up the Brotherhood’s structure here in America.
Muzammi Siddiqi (circled)
Siddiqi himself isn’t an angel either. A look at his past speeches says everything we need to know about how he really feels about Islamic jihad and shows just how dangerous he and his current organization are to our nation. Below are excerpts from the transcripts of his radical preaching.
At a “Jerusalem Day Rally” in Lafayette Park in Washington, DC on October 28, 2000, Muzammil Siddiqi said:
America has to learn that because if you remain on the side of injustice, the wrath of God will come. Please! Please all Americans, do you remember that, that Allah is watching everyone. God is watching everyone. If you continue doing injustice, and tolerating injustice, the wrath of God will come.
During a “Live Dialogue,” on IslamOnline.net on May 31, 2001, Siddiqi was asked about implementing Sharia (Islamic law) in America, and he answered:
The criminal law of the Sharia is not practiced here [in America] and it is not even required for Muslims to practice the criminal law in a non-Islamic state. Muslims have to continue living their own lives faithfully and presenting the message of Islam to others. Once more people accept Islam, insha’allah, this will lead to the implementation of Sharia in all areas.
This was his answer when he was asked about being a part of American politics:
We should not lose hope, Islam is a religion of optimism. Prophet Muhammad (SAAWS) started his work as a single person in Mecca and by the grace and mercy of Allah, he was able to bring a large portion of humanity to the path of truth and righteousness. We should also work with sincerity, devotion and wisdom. We should work in all fields: social, economic, political, spiritual; the Islamic dawa includes everything.
Then there’s this Doozie, which sheds light onto the true intent of CAIR and other Islamic organizations following the strict interpretation of the Quran:
It is true that Islam stands for the sovereignty of Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala and Allah’s rules are not limited to the acts of worship, they also include social, economic and political matters. By participating in a non-Islamic system, one cannot rule by that which Allah has commanded. But things do not change overnight. Changes come through patience, wisdom and hard work.
I believe that as Muslims we should participate in the system to safeguard our interest and try to bring gradual change for the right cause, the cause of truth and justice. We must not forget that Allah’s rules have to be established in all lands, and all our efforts should lead to that direction.
So there you have it. The same man who condemned a terror attack yesterday, which was much to the delight of the liberal media, is the same man pushing for Sharia law in America at all costs, per his own admission. If you needed any evidence that there’s no such thing as a “moderate” Muslim, this should be all you need. Siddiqi is the poster boy of so-called “moderates,” and his stated mission is to fundamentally transform our nation. Now, tell me that doesn’t sound familiar…