In a heated exchange last week, Ibrahim Hooper – national spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) – issued a put up or shut up kind of challenge to his organization’s critics.

Hooper was pressed by Fox News host Megyn Kelly about CAIR’s record of failing to condemn terrorist groups like Hamas and Hizballah and other questionable positions. Hooper tried to deflect, blaming “Internet hate sites” for fueling “hate-filled smears against CAIR, which was founded in 1994.

“Please find something that CAIR has done or said in those 20 years that you find either extreme, objectionable, intolerant, whatever,” Hooper said.

hooper-baby3Don’t mind if we do.

We’ve documented CAIR’s dubious record for years, noting in a 2009 report that the group responds to the very kind of specific examples Hooper demands to see by issuing ad hominem attacks against the messenger.

So, in a decidedly-less funny tribute to Late Show host David Letterman’s pending retirement, here are the IPT’s top 10 examples of “extreme, objectionable, intolerant, whatever” actions by CAIR. Together, they undermine CAIR’s credibility as a mainstream, reliable arbiter in the debate about terrorism, extremism and the treatment of Muslims in America:

You’ll have to provide your own drumroll.

Please read the top ten right HERE

Franklin Graham: Christians Are Persecuted at Home and Abroad

Christians are under attack not just abroad, but also here in the United States, Franklin Graham said on Good Friday.

“We are seeing it across the globe, no question about it, and it’s frightening,” Graham, the president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and son of Billy Graham, told John Bachman and J.D. Hayworth on “America’s Forum” on Newsmax TV.

    “We see the anti-Christian position in this country. We see so much of it coming out of the entertainment industry, especially in certain segments of the news media.”

“Christians are being attacked and … we see it now in Europe. Anti-Semitism, no question, it’s there. We are living in a world that is changing, and it is frightening to see how quickly [it] is changing, and we’re going to see real persecution of Christians and Jews in the years to come,” said Graham, who followed his father into the ministry.

Franklin Graham said Christians should not suppress their spiritual beliefs even in the face of growing religious apathy.

“I would encourage Christians not to back down, to stand firm, to share your faith, to stand for your faith, not to be afraid of the secularists who will scoff at you. You know, we live in a world where we want to be politically correct, we live in a world where people want to be accepted and standing for Jesus Christ. You’re not going to be accepted in some circles and you just have to be willing to accept that,” he said.

“But don’t be afraid. I would encourage Christians to stand and be proud of your faith and not to be shy, to tell others about what God has done for you, what Christ did when he died on the cross and rose from the grave, let people know that. That’s extremely important.”

Now more than ever, Graham said Christians should embrace the concept of charity and love toward their fellow man.

“You follow the example of Jesus Christ. Jesus fed people, he healed people, he used his power as the Son of God to lift people up, but he didn’t do that just because he wanted to give people a better life, he did that so people would put their faith and trust in him as the living Son of God, but at the same time Jesus had compassion for suffering and he healed people, he cared for people. I just think we as Christians today, we should do the same,” Graham said.

“We should be concerned about our fellow man, we should give, we should give to charity, we should take care of those that are hungry. In this country, the churches used to do that and now we have given this over to the government.

“The government was not in the charity business 100 years ago, but now the churches are almost completely out of it and it’s the government trying to run healthcare when the churches used to … and the churches did a much better job of it than what the government can do.”

That notion of charity is something Franklin Graham tries to bring to the world through his organization, Samaritan’s Purse.

“We’re working right now in the Ukraine. We have teams of people in the southern Sudan where there has been civil war. There’s a lot of suffering around the world,” he said.

“We’re working in Liberia with Ebola; our planes are flying the World Health Organizations and different people to these affected areas and getting people out of these areas. But Samaritan’s Purse, we … do it in the name of Jesus Christ.

“We operate in over 100 countries and we do need people’s prayers, we need people’s financial health; we can’t do the work without that. But I always covet peoples’ prayers more than anything else.”

Graham also spoke about the health of his father, the evangelist Rev. Billy Graham,  spiritual adviser to a number of presidents. Franklin said his father is stable after being hospitalized late last year.

“My father is at home,” he said. “He’s doing just a little better. He was in the hospital back before Christmas, right after Thanksgiving, but he’s just a little bit better and the warm weather has been an encouragement to him. He’s been outside a little bit, so we’re grateful for that.”

Should colleges warn students about the Muslim Brotherhood on campus?

Paul Sutliff

Paul SutliffAssistant Editor & Contributor at The Brenner Brief
Paul is the author of Stealth Jihad Phase 2: Infiltrate American Colleges. Paul has been on WYSL and the Radio Jihad Network an educational informational network of shows on Blog Talk Radio. Paul’s research has been appreciated by P. David Gaubatz, author of Muslim Mafia and Ryan Mauro, of the Clarion Project. But Paul does more than write, he travels and speaks to groups about his concerns.


As the world becomes smaller, colleges, universities and institutions of higher education become places where students get their first glimpse of the world. Part of this is because places of higher education recruit the world to their doorstep. It isn’t unusual to find people from 10 different countries or more on any college campus.

In acknowledging this simple fact, we acknowledge that institutions are turning their mission of educating people from a local mission to a global objective. I have been present when Admissions Officers have openly bragged about how far and wide the reach of their college is, and rightly so. All of this is good. Reaching the world, teaching the world, bringing education into the world is an honorable mission.

But, in seeking to educate students in a global way, do institutions of higher learning have obligations to those students who are from other countries? First and foremost do they have an obligation to provide a safe environment? The simple answer is, yes. Colleges around the world have hired security guards, computer technicians in charge of network security and have expanded into teaching and training staff to be culturally sensitive.

So, do places of higher learning have an obligation to warn students if they have an entity on their campus that is tied to a group banned by a prospective student’s country? Are they obligated to warn a potential student with something like, “Your country does not allow this or that and we have that here”?

Now, what is there that needs labeling?

On December 25th of 2013 the Egyptian government formally declared the Muslim Brotherhood to be a terrorist group, criminalizing all its activities. You are probably thinking so what. If you are, you are also probably unaware that the Muslim Brotherhood has been officially operating in the USA since 1963 on college campuses. The Muslim Brotherhood has formally acknowledged the group that started it all here in the United States. That group just celebrated a 50th anniversary.

Simply put, does a college have an obligation to warn the student body if a group on campus has known connections to the Muslim Brotherhood? When your college is contacted by an Egyptian, is the Admissions Officer ethically and legally bound under law to warn the potential student a group exists at the college that government of Egypt has technically labeled as criminal? This is not about religious freedom or freedom of speech. It is a question that must be asked and answered to protect the futures of students from Egypt who choose to study in the USA.

Now for the name of the group. The Muslim Students’ Association (MSA) was formerly claimed by the Muslim Brotherhood in their 1991 Explanatory Memorandum. According to the Muslim Students Association there are 750 groups including affiliates in North American colleges. That memorandum included a declaration that the group is engaged in the following:

civilization jihadist process,’ and all that the word means. The Ikhwan [Brotherhood] must understand that their work in America is a grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated…

Academicians truly have no excuse for not knowing about this connection of the Muslim Student Association with Muslim Brotherhood. It has been documented extensively since the Chicago Tribune first exposed the connection in 2004. FBI records document their close observations of MSA also and their comments and filings on the topic are now publicly available. Academicians have no right to claim ignorance, especially after nine years of the group being exposed in the media and the federal court system.

But let’s get back to the original question and reword it to fit this specific situation. Is a college admissions officer under an ethical requirement to inform potential Egyptian students that their college hosts or allows a Muslim Student Association, which is affiliated with Muslim Brotherhood, the very group that the government of Egypt has declared to be terrorists?

Some colleges might find they have to give an additional warning. What could be worse than simply informing a potential student of the MSA? Simply put, it is that the college may finance the activities of the group that has a terrorist affiliation according to the government of Egypt. Some colleges have allowed their lack of understanding of this group to fool them into being embarrassed after learning they paid for a speaker who encourages jihad, sharia and has even been named by the federal government for taking part in terrorist funding.

Now a responsible admissions officer may want to know whether the MSA is the only Muslim Brotherhood front group on college campuses? Sadly, the answer is, no. Two other prominent groups are on college campuses, the Muslim American Society (MAS), which according to the average Muslim, “everyone knows MAS is Brotherhood.” Then there is the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT). IIIT according to the FBI in 1988, led the Muslim Brotherhood in North America.

This brings us to another level of discovery and asking questions. Is the college admissions officer under obligation to a potential Egyptian student to warn them that they have a professor on campus affiliated with a group that is known to be affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, which the government of Egypt has declared a terrorist group?

If an admissions officer does not inform a potential student from Egypt of these things and they apply and come to the campus as a student, could there be a problem? Is the admissions officer somehow responsible if the lack of information leads to the student being denied the right to return to their home country, because they are seen as having been influenced by those who are members of a group that the Egyptian government has declared terrorists?

What if a college learns this information and then elects to order their admission counselors not to inform students? Can that college be deemed ethical? These are very important questions that must be answered today.

Muslims Throw Qurans in Sewers – Right where it should be!


When Jones was arrested this past Sept. 11 on a felony charge after hauling nearly 3,000 copies of the Quran to a park in Mulberry, the world was up in arms because he planned to set them on fire.

The felony charge he faces is for illegally transporting flammable materials — in the form of nearly 3,000 kerosene-soaked copies of the Quran, Islam’s holy book.

koran toilt tissue  Jones will be on probation for six months and was banned from Polk County. That means he will not be able to carry out his plan to burn Qurans in the county on Sept. 11, 2014.

While media focuses on Jones, sources that obtained reveals that some Muslims got tired of the Quran and decided to dump them. From Saudi Arabia to Pakistan, there are several cases of Muslims dumping Qurans in dumpsters, and even the local sewage, in the most holiest place in Islam, Saudi Arabia.

Last year, a ton of Qurans were discovered in the local sewage in Taef, Saudi Arabia.


Only a handful news agencies reported the incident.

The story began when a complaint was filed as a child found a Quran nearby the sewage drain. The Saudi Police began to investigate and found Qurans oozing with feces in the local sewage.

The Saudi government had to pump out huge amounts of sewage material and began an effort to restore the Qurans.


In Pakistan, the problem was similar, in which tons of Qurans were found in local dumpsters.
When one American decides to burn Qurans, the whole world focuses on America, but when in the Muslim world tons of Qurans are mingled with human excrement, no news media cares. I wonder why?

When one man decides to burn the Quran in America, almost all Americans condemn him. Yet Muslims demonstrate by the millions calling for America’s destruction. The Muslim world should demonstrate by the million with banners in hand that says: “One man wanted to burn our Quran and the whole country went against him, wow, America, what a great country”.

Why isn’t this ever the case?
I rest my case.

Walid Shoebat


CAIR-Canada Directors Praise Muslim Brotherhood



Ukrainian Jews Told To Register Or Be Deported

Image: Ukrainian Jews Told To Register Or Be Deported
Ukrainian Jews leaving Passover eve prayers were handed leaflets ordering them to either register with an interim government that is trying to make the eastern province of Donetsk Russian or face deportation.Armed, masked men were waiting outside one synagogue, reports Ynet News, Israel’s largest news website, to hand worshipers the leaflets telling them to register with the forces who are trying to return the city to Russia.

The flyers said that all Jews in the province who are over the age of 16 must register, provide a list of property they own and pay a registration fee of about $50 or “else have their citizenship revoked, face deportation and see their assets confiscated.”
The signature of Denis Pushilin, chairman of Donetsk’s temporary government, was on the leaflets. They were also distributed in other areas where pro-Russian activists have defied an ultimatum from Kiev to surrender, and asserted that Donetsk is an independent “people’s republic.”

Pushilin admitted the flyers came from his organization but disavowed the contents, which said that Jews were being ordered to register because of their support for the Bendery Junta, named for Stepan Bandera, a controversial Ukrainian leader during World War II.

Jewish resident Olga Reznikova, 32, told Ynet she never experienced anti-Semitism in the city until she saw this leaflet. She said it reminded her of the “fascists in 1941,” a reference to the Nazis who occupied Ukraine during World War II. Hitler’s regime murdered one million Ukrainian Jews in the Holocaust.“I do not intend to register,” she said. “I am 32, I have lived in Donetsk my entire life and have never had to deal with anti-Semitism until I laid eyes on this piece of paper. Though I take it very seriously, I am uncertain of its authenticity.”

Read More HERE

Andrew McCarthy: Loss of NYPD Muslim Unit Increases Terror Threat

The New York City Police Department’s decision to disband an elite intelligence division that kept tabs on the Muslim community creates a standing invitation for terrorists to attack, says former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy.

“It’s going to hurt tremendously in terms of securing New York City, which remains the number-one terrorist target in the West,” McCarthy told “The Steve Malzberg Show” on Newsmax TV.

via VOA news  On Wednesday, the office of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the NYPD was killing the controversial intelligence unit.

The “Zone Assessment Unit,” as it was called, used undercover police officers to mine information about potential terrorist threats. But critics worried the NYPD was targeting all Muslims.

McCarthy, who was assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York and prosecuted the 1993 World Trade Center bombing suspects, says concerns that the NYPD was spying on the Muslim community at large were not accurate.

“What [former Police Commissioner] Ray Kelly . . . really formed in New York was a counterterrorism strategy that focused not on the whole Muslim community or on all Muslims, but intelligence assets in the Muslim community to report back on where the radical Muslims were and to keep an eye on that,” he said Wednesday.

“If you don’t do that, you’re basically asking to be attacked. I mean, we’re right back to the 1980s, 1990s again.”

McCarthy says liberals attempt to portray al-Qaida and its terrorist affiliates as less dangerous than they really are.

But he added, “You can’t paint all Muslims with the same brush. That’s a fair enough argument. I actually believe that’s true.”


Facebook removes page of preacher using social media to back jihadists

Musa Cerantonio, the third most ‘liked’ person by western jihadists in Syria, called for assassination of US politicians
Thats odd…because usually Facebook removes only the Anti-Jihad pages. -BBJ
Picture of Musa Cerantonio from his Facebook page

A radical Australian preacher revealed to be using social media to encourage acts of terrorism has had his Facebook page taken down following a Guardian investigation.

The California company confirmed it took action to remove the page following revelations that Musa Cerantonio, an Islamic preacher from west Melbourne, was urging about 12,000 subscribers to “assassinate” US politicians.

A second US radical is believed to have deleted his Twitter account after the Guardian and the BBC reported that he had twice praised the deaths of British Muslim fighters killed in Syria on the microblogging site.

Born into an Italian family as Robert Cerantonio, the Melbourne preacher was found to be the third most “liked” person by western jihadists in Syria. The discovery came from the groundbreaking work of King’s College London academics who analysed the social media habits of 190 western jihadists fighting in Syria against president Bashar al-Assad.

In one post from 16 December, Cerantonio told his followers: “If we see that Muslims are being killed by the tyrant leaders of the USA then we must first stop them with our hands [ie by force]. This means that we should stop them by fighting them, by assassinating their oppressive leaders, by weakening their offensive capabilities etc … This is not something that is beyond us at all.” .

Cerantonio, who attended a Catholic primary school, says he converted to Islam in around 2002 at 17, after a visit to the Vatican left him disillusioned with Catholicism. He was particularly disgusted by Michelangelo’s artwork on the roof of the Sistine Chapel – calling it idol worship.

Sources within the Australian Muslim community say Cerantonio’s faith journey took him to Cairo, where he became involved with a literalist interpretation of Islam. His status as a convert also won him a spot on Islamic satellite TV stations, and a global audience.

When in Australia, Cerantonio frequented classes and events at the Ummah United centre south of Brisbane and at a now-closed bookstore in Bankstown, Sydney.

Read More HERE

Al Qaeda video shows terror conference, fiery speech

This gathering in the desert is no Coachella — it looks more like a full scale Allah-palooza.

A new video popping up on Jihadi Web sites shows some of al Qaeda most dangerous terrorists smiling and glad-handing each other at a terrorist conclave in Yemen, CNN reported.

The video, which features al Qaeda crown prince ­Nasir al-Wuhayshi addressing more than 100 fellow terrorists in the arid hinterlands, is being analyzed by US authorities.

It was unclear if the CIA was aware of the conference, which could have been an inviting target for an anti-terror drone strike, CNN said.

Al-Wuhayshi, the leader of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, delivers at the meeting a rousing speech to jihadists, clearly aiming his rage at the United States.

“We must eliminate the cross,” Al-Wuhayshi says. “The bearer of the cross is America!”

The notorious terror master walks around with a swagger that shows an apparent lack of concern about the possibility of a drone strike, CNN said.

The video popped up ­recently on the Web, and US officials and terrorism experts said they believe it’s authentic.

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is at present considered the most dangerous al Qaeda affiliate and is a constant target of US drone strikes.

US officials would not comment to CNN about the video.

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