The newest political party in America is one that’s banned in Egypt. The Muslim Brotherhood is launching a political party in the U.S. The U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations has a fascinating membership roll.
Let’s start with the Council on American-Islamic Relations, a lobbying and organizing political strong-arm of Hamas.
CAIR is linked in federal criminal court documents to the terrorist group Hamas, the Brotherhood’s Palestinian branch. CAIR’s chief Awad, who announced the USCMO at the National Press Club, is so radioactive, the FBI refuses to do outreach with him and his so-called Muslim-rights group until it can “resolve whether there continues to be a connection between its executives and Hamas.”
The other USCMO founders include Oussama Jammal, formerly of Chicago’s Bridgeview Mosque, supporter of Hamas and Abdullah Azzam, a close associate of Osama bin Laden. Jammal is USCMO’s chairman. There’s also Dr. Yahya Basha, Salam Al-Marayati, and Muzammil Siddiqi. All of these men have extensive résumés in extremist Muslim groups, and Basha serves on the board of the Syrian Emergency Task Force, a non-profit created “to support the Syrian people’s demand for freedom and democracy, regardless of ethnicity, religion, or background.”
The problem with that statement of purpose is that it’s patently false. SETF is linked to the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood.
“Our battle with ISIS is an intellectual battle,” Omar Mushaweh said in a statement published Sept. 9 [in Arabic] on the Syrian Brotherhood’s official website, “and we wish that some of its members get back to their sanity, we really distinguish between those in ISIS who are lured and brainwashed and they might go back to the path of righteous, and between those who has foreign agendas and try to pervert the way of the [Syrian] revolution.”
The full list of USCMO founding groups is a who’s who of terror-supporting organizations and Islamic radicals.
- Muslim American Society (MAS)
- American Muslims for Palestine (AMP)
- Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)
- Islamic Circle of North American (ICNA)
- Muslim Legal Fund of America (MLFA)
- Muslim Alliance in North America (MANA)
- Muslim Ummah of North America (MUNA)
- American Muslim Alliance (AMA)
- The Mosque Foundation (Chicago)
If it’s not clear enough that the USCMO party is a front for the Muslim Brotherhood, their requirements for membership should remove all doubt.
Can any Muslim join USCMO? Nope. First you must fill out a four-page application and pass Brotherhood inspection. Then you have to cough up $1,000 a year — $3,500 if you want a voting membership.
And of course, the new party is building its community organization in—you guessed it—Chicago. Because Obama’s way is the Chicago Way, imported directly from Mecca.