“Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant…The
Koran, the muslim book of scripture, should be the highest authority in America, and
Islam the only accepted religion on Earth.” – CAIR Founder/Chairman Emeritus Omar Ahmad
The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) and their Democratic loyalists have successfully exploited the Chinese coronavirus lockdown to justify broadcasting the Islamic call to prayer from the Muslim Bortherhood-linked Dar Al-Hijrah Mosque (“Home of Migration”) in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Referred to as the adhan, the Islamic call to prayer is intended to show “power and control over a country”.
CAIR successfully lobbied the controversial Democratic Minneapolis Mayor, Jacob Frey to issue a permit allowing the Dar Al-Hijrah Mosque to broadcast the adhan during Ramadan. This controversial move was celebrated by terror-tied Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN). Watch as Imam Sharif exclaims the adhan from the mosque rooftop, which is located in the densely populated residential Cedar-Riverside neighborhood. This declaration will be blasted from loudspeakers paid for by CAIR five times per day, seven days a week. The first of the five calls to prayer happens just before sunrise (usually around 5am) and the last between sunset and midnight (usually after 9pm).
This is CAIR’s latest public exhibit of its influence over the U.S. government:
The alliance between left-wing Mayor Jacob Frey and terror-tied CAIR is an example the red/green axis. As previously reported at RAIR Foundation USA, “the radical left and Islamic Supremacists have a long history of uniting to destroy their common enemy: those who believe in sovereignty and individual freedom.” History has shown that the radicals in this unholy alliance will fight shoulder to shoulder to gain global domination, then turn on one another and in the end, fight to destroy the other. By this point, America will have been lost.
The Cedar-Riverside neighborhood is home to one of the largest populations of Muslim Americans in Minnesota. The neighborhood is the center of the Somali community – and is nicknamed “Little Mogadishu” – for its many Somali organizations, businesses, mosques and Islamic terror recruits. More Somali men and boys “have joined – or attempted to join – a foreign terrorist organization [from the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood] over the last 12 years than any other jurisdiction in the country.“
Somali-American IIhan Omar, is the House representative for District 60B, which includes the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood, which boasts the largest Somali population in the U.S.
CAIR claimed the public Islamic broadcasts would offer a “measure of stability” to Muslims in times of the coronavirus pandemic. This is the first time in the history of Minnesota that the adhan was broadcast over an outdoor speaker placed over the rooftop of the Mosque.
“We love you, you are part of this city, and we want you to be able to get through this hard time with as much comfort and community and family as possible,” the mayor said.
Sheikh Abdirahman Sharif, the Imam of the Dar Al-Hjirah mosque, thanked the mayor of Minneapolis for allowing Muslims to hear the sound of the call to prayer:
“It’s a historic moment that a metropolitan city like Minneapolis offers a permit to a mosque to broadcast the call to prayer, The mayor has shown heroism. It’s an honor for us to be the first mosque in the USA to perform this, and we hope other cities should follow suite. [sic]”
Just two weeks ago, Mayor Jacob Frey announced Illegal Immigrants were eligible for Minneapolis’ Coronavirus Relief Funds. Now on Tuesday, the left-wing Mayor announced in a joint press release with Hamas-linked CAIR that in “keeping with the Muslim tradition, the call to prayer will be sounded five times per day, beginning at sunrise and ending shortly after sunset.”
CAIR-Minnesota Executive Director Jaylani Hussein, at the forefront of this battle, celebrated CAIR’s victory:
“This historic effort to promote religious inclusion — offering the call to prayer in Cedar Riverside Community — will be welcomed by the Muslim community and all those who value diversity and mutual understanding.”
Hussein’s close friend and his former classmate from North Dakota State University, IIhan Omar, celebrated CAIR’s victory and influence over left-wing Mayor Jacob Frey:
Hamas’ charter states:
“The Prophet, Allah bless him and grant him salvation, has said: ‘The Day of Judgement will not come about until Moslems fight the Jews (killing the Jews), when the Jew will hide behind stones and trees. The stones and trees will say O Moslems, O Abdulla, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him. Only the Gharkad tree, (evidently a certain kind of tree) would not do that because it is one of the trees of the Jews.” (related by al-Bukhari and Moslem).’
CAIR has also received funds from other Hamas entities and organizations affiliated with Al Qaeda. In fact, a document retrieved from CAIR headquarters reveals internal discussions at CAIR to support Osama bin Laden.
CAIR’s Minnesota leader, Jaylani Hussein, who worked side by side with Mayor Frey, even refused to condemn HAMAS or the Muslim Brotherhood when directly asked the question in a public forum.
Ironically, in September 2019, the pro-HAMAS Mayor Frey tried to ban U.S. President Donald Trump from coming to his district, announcing that he was not welcome in his city because of his “hateful messages”:
“While there is no legal mechanism to prevent the president from visiting, his message of hatred will never be welcome in Minneapolis.”
One would think that a U.S. mayor like outspoken Jacob Frey would be able to quickly and powerfully condemn HAMAS-linked CAIR and a Muslim-Brotherhood-linked mosque, not reward them and allow them to demonstrate their power through the adhan in Minneapolis five times per day, seven days a week.
Islamic supremacists like CAIR use psychology on those they aim to conquer. For example, they know it’s important to make people in the West become accustomed to hearing the call to prayer. If heard often enough, it no longer sounds out of place and instead, becomes as normal as hearing church bells ringing. The same concept applies to seeing women walking the streets in burkas or watching as the halal sections of grocery stores slowly begin to occupy more and more space. These seemingly small concessions are strategic wins in CAIR’s larger battle to conquer.