December 18th 2016 Newsletter
John Bennett Was Right
Taqiyya and Trusting the Muslims
By now you have probably seen the story of Yasmin Seweid, the 18 year old Muslim woman who had concocted a story about being attacked and harassed on a subway by three white males. She claimed that they changed “Trump” while harassing her, calling her a terrorist, and trying to pull the hijab off her head. No one came to her aid we were told, slandering the subway riders along with the rest of New York society.
After spending hours combing through mug shots and security tape the woman stuck to her story, initially posted on Facebook. Then she disappeared, triggering a manhunt, before admitting that she had made up the entire episode because she was out after curfew and was having problems with her parents who didn’t like that she was dating a Catholic white boy. During her disappearance it turns out she was staying with her boyfriend.
Her story started to fall apart after police looked at the security footage and her description of the assailants began to waver. Seweid was arrested on Wednesday and charged with filing a false report and obstructing governmental administration. The woman showed up for court the next day sporting a shaved head, done by the family as punishment for disgracing the family publically. The question being of course was if she was punished for lying or for getting caught lying?
Muslims are not only permitted to lie to unbelievers, they are compelled to lie in order to spread their faith and to defeat any opposition. There are four forms of lying allowed:
Taqiyya, lying about the Muslim identity or practices
Kitman, lying by omission.
Tawriya, creating a false impression
Muruna, blending in by setting aside some Muslim practices or Sharia law in order to mislead.
The religious texts of the Muslim faith contain many references to the use of lying to conquer others. This site explains the practice in good detail
. They are even allowed to lie to preserve unity and peace within their own society. The idea is that Allah will judge their heart and intent, not their words.
Or course Seweid cast blame upon Trump, claiming that Trump condoned violence against Muslims, ensuring that the story would be spread far and wide. Little regard for slandering white men or Trump supporters or Trump personally, she needed a hook to ensure the story spread.
So when you see reports of Muslim’s being targeted or hear about how Islam is the religion of peace you can rely upon the truth probably to be 180 degrees to what is being reported. The Muslims are required to lie, the liberals that protect them don’t care if it is a lie, the only important thing in both group’s minds are to further the destruction of America.
But wait, surely this was the act of a single young woman terrified of her father? If so it runs in the family so she came by it honestly. Her brother, Abdoul Seweid, was chaged with reporting a false incident back in 2012, claiming he was beaten by three unknown males.
What had happened was Abdoul and four other teenagers were caught breaking into parked cars to steal valuables.
But the facts don’t matter according to Albert Cahn, an attorney for the New York Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), who claims that the girl getting caught lying was just a “twist” in the case and shouldn’t take away from the legitimate claims of bias and harassment against Muslims. And New York City reminds us that hate crimes against Muslims has doubled since Trump was elected… right.
Here is a video of the young woman and her father leaving the courthouse
after appearing in court. They young man that throws his jacket over her head is her brother Abdoul. The one positive thing is that the family had enough shame to punish the girl by shaving her head and making her walk without her head covering, sending a message that she didn’t deserve protection from the world.
Just remember this case when you see the pretty young Muslim girls showing up at the Capitol telling us how Muslims are peaceful and honest. It is all propaganda.
Something to Consider when Legislators
Look at Higher Ed Budgets this Year
Ah… Queen David Boren likes to subvert Oklahoma values and little else does that better than creating better conditions for Muslims while attacking Christian values and denying Christian prayer. And of course a Ten Commandments memorial isn’t allowed on state property but it is fine to spend tax payer dollars on Mosques on OU campus? Below is a Muslim news story bragging about expanded Muslim rights on the OU campus.
AhlulBayt News Agency) - Maeen Alqohaif used to pray between the narrow bookshelves in a corner of the Bizzell Memorial Library, where stray students wandering by posed a constant distraction. Until, that is, the mechanical engineering junior discovered a better location for the five-times daily prayer required of Muslims: the reflection room — a classroom-sized, lamp-lit, quiet space designated solely for prayer.
The University of Oklahoma has opened a new reflection room to host Muslim students wishing to pray during the day, giving them a sense of belonging and welcome.
“Prayer is very important to me. It’s my priority to pray on time every day,” Maeen Alqohaif, a mechanical engineering junior, told The Oklahoma Daily on Monday, December 5.
“This room is very convenient because I come (to the library) to study, and at the same time I don’t have to go all the way home and pray. I can just pray here.”
Alqohaif used to pray between the narrow bookshelves in a corner of the Bizzell Memorial Library. He later discover a room on the second floor of the library, which was implemented at the request of the Muslim Student Association.
Charles Kimball, director of the religious studies program and scholar of Islam, said prayer is one of five pillars of Islam, meaning it is a vital part of the religion. This prayer involves a series of steps including standing, bowing and prostrating toward Mecca while reciting Quran verses and praying to God for guidance, forgiveness, success and anything that comes to mind, Alqohaif said.
“Prayer is designed five times a day so that whatever else is going on, whatever football game is happening or other things are happening, that you stop what you’re doing, remember who God is and keep your priorities in line,” Kimball said. “It’s a discipline that Muslims are expected to practice in order to keep focused on what’s ultimately important.”
Sandhu said Muslims view prayer as similar to a Gatorade break during a football game.
“We pray five times a day, so during that football game, you have five Gatorade breaks to pretty much catch up, replenish yourself and then go back into your day, so that’s basically what we view prayer as,” Sandhu said.
Kimball said he recognized the importance of the reflection room for Muslim students in particular.
“It’s important to have a place that’s private — that’s quiet — where you can focus on worship rather than outside distractions,” Kimball said. “I think it’s a nice kind of accommodation, and the idea is the university should be providing a place for people of all traditions, and it’s just a way of affirming diversity — of being respectful of that. Already a lot in our society is structured around the presumption of a Christian calendar, so to have some kind of accommodation like that is particularly appropriate.”
Sandhu said the university responded to MSA's request for a prayer room to meet the needs of Muslim students.
“During the day, I mean, we’re all students, we all go to class, and even though there is a mosque on campus, it’s about a mile away, so we needed an option for people to go ahead and pray on campus when they couldn’t make it to the mosque,” Sandhu said. “Besides, it’s really awkward praying in the stairwell or in a classroom, so we needed a room to pray in.”
While the room was originally intended for Muslim students, Sandhu said it is open to anyone, as long as it is being used for prayer or quiet reflection. The space is decorated with a large-area rug, several lamps, a few chairs, copies of the Quran, pamphlets about Islam and a bookshelf.
“It’s fairly simple,” Sandhu said. “I mean, it’s used for one thing, so we like to keep it as minimal as possible so people don’t get distracted in there, because if you’re distracted in prayer, the purpose of the room is basically invalidated.”
Sandhu said the Muslim Student Association is grateful to have the room available for prayer.
“We feel very welcomed, personally, that the university is so accepting of our religion that they’re going to give you a designated room to pray,” Sandhu said. “I mean, they accept you, you’re welcome here, and you can follow your religion as you please, and they will accommodate you for that. They didn’t have to do it, but they did, which we really do appreciate. We do use it. And we do need it here on campus, so we’re grateful that we have it.”
The OU Muslims are also constructing a masadra to teach children. Probably have a good course in suicide vests and car bombs.
Death of a Veteran but where are the Criminal Charges?
By the Watchman
We in this nation are fully aware of the mistreatment of our Veterans that have been going on for the last few years. These tales of not being able to get in to see a doctor too late to cure an illness have often ended in the death of an individual far before his or her time was due. We’ve always blamed it on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. It was logical because that was where the whistle blowers were coming from. Oklahoma’s news channels failed to report on the local delays in getting appointments. They didn’t want to upset the citizens of the state.
What if you were to find out that there has been a death due to neglect by a state agency? What would be your reaction? We ask that for one simple reason. The Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs runs several facilities in our state and they are failing those that need the care. The list of the facilities the run is found here Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs
. The facility in question is in Talihina. The care this Veteran received harkens back to the treatments given to the wounded in the dark ages.
What brought our attention to this story was this article A horrifying death at an Oklahoma VA hospital may lead to criminal charges for neglect – Rare
. You need to open this link and read it, but only if you have a strong stomach. What has happened here is criminal. How in the world can medical staff allow an injured person to remain with the same bandages on a wound long enough for maggots to develop in the wound? This is criminal abuse of the elderly and a blatant misrepresentation of their qualifications to perform the duties they were hired to do.
Despite how little information they let out on this, it didn’t take long before the story became very public on the internet. We first found it here Veteran Died with Maggot Infested Wound at VA - Uncle Sam's Misguided Children
. We did find this story to be a little misleading in the fact that it leaned towards placing the blame on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The blame lies solely on the shoulders of the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs. This is another link we urge you to open and look at. Pay attention to the dates especially. This American Hero passed on October 3, 2016. The date of this article is December 4, 2016. It would appear that they managed to hide it pretty well for two months.
It was just the social media that covered this tragedy. We found this article Veteran Dies With Maggots Discovered In Wound, Staff Resigns | The Daily Caller
. They went on to report that the maggots didn’t kill this American Hero, it was sepsis. That alone raises a few questions. Did the maggots cause the sepsis? Could better treatment of his wound prevented the sepsis? What ignoramus failed to check to insure that the bandages were being changed as needed instead of just looking at the paperwork? What is troubling is that news reports are making this look like it is the fault of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs when it is not. This is a problem with the Oklahoma State Department of Veterans Affairs and we’ve not heard a single word from our Governor.
The next article we found was this Four Staff Members Quit Oklahoma VA Facility After Veteran with Maggots in Wound Dies - Breitbart
. This is another report made two months after the incident. This article also makes it appear that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is responsible for the facility when in fact it is an Oklahoma State Department of Veterans Affairs facility. It should be noted that in all the references to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs there has been no attempt to correct the reports and take responsibility.
This next article comes from the DisabledVeteran.org, and is perhaps the most appropriately named Maggot-gate: VA Staff Quit After Maggots Found In Elderly Veteran
. This is another article written two months after the incident. This is an article that you need to open the link and read. This is the most detailed report of the incident. It indicates that the maggots were not the type used for certain healing practices. Four of the staff including a physician’s assistant who’d had two disciplinary actions against him by the Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision. The other three who resigned were all Registered Nurses.
This must be the dumbest thing that we could ever hear of Physician assistant who resigned in wake of veteran's death rehired at another Oklahoma VA center - Tulsa World: Government
. Word of this incident isn’t reported to the news until the first week of December yet here you have a person that resigned his job on October 14, 2016 in Talihina is alleged to be cleared of any wrong doing of the incident in Talihina and rehired in Lawton on November 14, 2016. That just doesn’t sound right. There is something terribly wrong with the agency responsible for a death at their facility investigating itself. They also claim that there were no financial problems within the State Veterans Affairs facilities like those that have plagued the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. So was this neglect or laziness?