Muslim Brotherhood infiltration? 'It's Obama himself'
If lawmakers are serious about investigating whether or not Washington has been infiltrated by the Muslim Brotherhood, they need look no further than Barack Obama himself, charged talk-show host Mark Levin.
Levin noted the scorn congressional colleagues directed at Reps. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, and three other House members who asked for an examination of evidence that the parent organization of jihadist groups such as al-Qaida and Hama were wielding influence on U.S. policy from within.
Meanwhile, the D.C. watchdog Judicial Watch has uncovered evidence the State Department is covertly recruiting Muslims to work as U.S. Foreign Service officers.
One recruitment effort by the State Department took place at a recent convention sponsored by the Muslim American Society and the Islamic Circle of North America. Both groups are associated with the Muslim Brotherhood. MAS...
John UK wrote: Well howdy there brother. Good to hear from you, and I am looking forward to having you participate again on the forums when the time is right. I am glad you are cheered; you are a real blessing to me.
Thank you for your kind words bro.
Still not up to the heat that would be created on forums like this. Recovery has been slow, but praise God, sure. Thank you for your prayers and concern.
SC wrote: Hello John Happened to look in and saw your last post. Have to say bro that you cheered my heart with your statement showing such a clear understanding of the gospel. Thank you bro!
Well howdy there brother. Good to hear from you, and I am looking forward to having you participate again on the forums when the time is right. I am glad you are cheered; you are a real blessing to me.
Mr b wrote: Funny John from uk. I guess you live the Islamic life. You know what the cross life is. But you chose to make fun of it. I guess your theology will get you in heaven.
Mr b, no it is not funny. It is a matter of life and death, heaven or hell.
Now this I say, in all seriousness, no theology, no matter what stripe it is, will get a man into heaven. Neither will leading a certain type of life, no matter how "seemingly sincere" or "seemingly good".
There are but two things required for a sinner to make it into heaven, namely, Jesus blood and righteousness. If he has these two - the first to bring him forgiveness of all his sins through repentance, and the second imputed to him through faith, so that God regards him as perfectly righteous in his sight - then he is a man saved by grace, justified by God himself, and mete for entrance into the glory.
And your president needs this same thing, as well as the peasant.
Obama would never have achieved prominence without Rahm Emmanuel who is a dual-citizen, former member of the Israeli Defense Force and a former Chief of Staff of Obama. Another chief of Staff, Jacob Lew, would also be not a Muslim.
"The following is a list of items that indicates that Obama is a Muslim: Obama's unusual selection of Chuck Hagel, a former Republican senator most sympathetic to Muslim positions in the Middle East, to be Secretary of Defense despite intense objections by both political parties. Iranian State Press approves of the choice. Obama seems to emotionally hold a Muslim view about Israel, in contrast with Americans who have been educated as Obama has. Obama declared in prepared remarks, "The United States has been enriched by Muslim Americans. Many other Americans have Muslims in their families or have lived in a Muslim-majority country - I know, because I am one of them." Obama's wife Michelle does not accompany him to Muslim nations because Sharia law would apply to her there; on a presidential trip she was with him until France, but then returned home. 2012, Obama referred to Jesus as "a" Son of God rather than as "the" Son of God: "And for me, and I‚Äôm sure for some of you, it‚Äôs also a chance to remember the tremendous sacrifice that led up to that day, and all that Christ endured‚ÄĒnot just as a Son of God, but as a human being" ... etc
John Yurich USA wrote: In the very first sentence where Levin implies that Obama is a Muslim when he states that the Muslim Brotherhood has already infiltrated Washington D.C. by a Muslim namely Obama.
Thanks for your answer. In the first sentence and the subsequent paragraph Mark Levin is talking about the investigation as to whether the Muslim brotherhood has infiltrated the Washington political scene. He is saying by the way the investigators are being treated by the president the accusation must be true, no need to ask anyone else, look no further than Barak Obama. Mr. Obama refers to the Koran as the Holy Koran, would you call it that? He said,""I look forward to hosting an Iftar dinner celebrating Ramadan here at the White House later this week, and wish you a blessed month." Would you do that? He said,"I believe that there are many paths to the same place, and that is a belief that there is a higher power, a belief that we are connected as a people." Do you think that is true? The list could go on and on, he is definitely pro-Muslim. Furthermore, Mr. Wright says Mr. Obama possessed an ‚ÄúIslamic background‚ÄĚ and despite his conversion to Christianity has never abandoned his Muslim roots. Now that looks familiar.
Unprofitable Servant wrote: Again, John, where in the article does anyone refer to the president as being a Muslim? My wife will be the first to tell you I am not the most observant person in the world. But I read the article carefully through twice and never saw anyone saying or inferring that president Obama is a Muslim? Am I missing something?
In the very first sentence where Levin implies that Obama is a Muslim when he states that the Muslim Brotherhood has already infiltrated Washington D.C. by a Muslim namely Obama.
Revelation 3 15 'I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot; I would that you were cold or hot. 16 'So because you are lukewarm, and neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of My mouth.---NASB
I just wished the Nebraska voters had done this when he ran for Senator!
John Yurich USA wrote: That is right I attend the RCC. Even if I do not subscribe to all RCC doctrines I am an RC. But Obama does not attend a Mosque. The minute that Obama was Baptized into the United Church Of Christ he ceased being a Muslim.
Again, John, where in the article does anyone refer to the president as being a Muslim? My wife will be the first to tell you I am not the most observant person in the world. But I read the article carefully through twice and never saw anyone saying or inferring that president Obama is a Muslim? Am I missing something?
Mike wrote: You attend RCC but do not follow RCC teaching. Thus you are not RC.
That is right I attend the RCC. Even if I do not subscribe to all RCC doctrines I am an RC. But Obama does not attend a Mosque. The minute that Obama was Baptized into the United Church Of Christ he ceased being a Muslim.
its easy to find pictures of Reagan sitting down with AQ. AQ was created to defeat the Russians in Afghan.
year after year, adventure after adventure we read of arming these groups and taking out the stable reg's and then hearing of the beheadings of Christians, the starving and fleeing of Christians.
the problem is, we don't care. so who cares? they told a generation of aging folks that in trading out their bll f rghts inheritance they would get safety. so I would say, taste the meal we have made, here it is being served.
Schoriptz wrote: John Y; If Obama had declared his muslim allegiances he wouldn't have been allowed to enter the office of president and ruin America. To get into the Whitehouse in a covert way he pretended he was Christian. If you declared your convictions that the pope the vatican and the Roman Catholic religion were unBiblical, idolatrous and blasphemous then you wouldn't be able to sit in their heretical pews every week. Thus your covert ops are disguised.
Obama has not attended any Mosque since he converted to and was Baptized in the United Church Of Christ. And thus Obama is not a Muslim.