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by Sharon Rondeau

(Jun. 20, 2016) — After first redacting portions of the 911 call Omar Mateen made just after 2:00 a.m. on June 12 prior to murdering 49 and injuring 53 in an Orlando, FL nightclub, the U.S. Department of Justice on Monday released the full transcript in which Mateen called himself an “Islamic soldier” and pledged allegiance to the terrorist group ISIS and its declared leader.

In late 2011, the Obama regime removed terms referencing Islamic terrorism from FBI training materials and those of the greater Justice Department, and a distinguished officer’s career was ruined for having taught an Army-approved course utilizing those terms.

Without providing any examples, Obama constantly defies U.S. history by claiming that “Muslims built the very fabric of our nation.”  While visiting a Baltimore mosque in February against the advice of the FBI, Obama claimed that “Muslim Americans keep us safe.”

According to WND, “The mosque is affiliated with the Islamic Society of North America or ISNA, which has its own sordid history. ISNA was started by members of the international Muslim Brotherhood in the 1980s. The Brotherhood, founded in Egypt in 1928, is banned in many countries as an extremist organization.”

You fit in here,” Obama told Muslims in attendance during his sojourn to the Islamic Society of Baltimore, apparently attempting to refute suggestions from Donald Trump and others that immigrants and refugees from predominantly-Islamic countries be barred from entering the U.S., at least temporarily, to act as a check against terrorists carrying out attacks against Americans.
Obama claims that Muslims have been “harassed” in the U.S. and that some believe they have been treated as “second-class citizens.” He often punctuates his addresses to Muslims at the time of their holidays in Arabic, in which he is reportedly fluent.  Obama reportedly spent four years in Indonesia as a child and had both a Muslim father and step-father.

Without any evidence, however, Obama claims to be “a devout Christian.”  He has referred to Jesus Christ in questionable terms given his claim of faith.

During a 2008 ABC News interview, Obama claimed Islam as “his” faith before the interviewer quickly said, “Your Christian faith” in an apparent correction.

Those embracing faiths other than “Muslim” normally do not refer to themselves as “Christian-American” or “Jewish-American” as an ethnic mix.  The hyphenated term is normally used to indicate an American with a particular heritage from another country, such as “Swedish-American.”

Since fumbling his oath of office on January 20, 2009, requiring it to be re-taken the following day in virtual privacy, Obama has promised “transparency” as a governing principle.  “My Administration is committed to creating an unprecedented level of openness in Government,” he pledged on the White House website.

And while the Justice Department, in today’s reversal, claimed to favor “transparency” by releasing the unredacted June 12 911 call, it has allowed a forgery to remain on the White House website, where it was uploaded on April 27, 2011 to represent Obama’s “long-form” birth certificate presumably to prove that he was born in the United States.

Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the United States Constitution requires that the president and commander-in-chief be a “natural born Citizen.” Obama claims a birth in Hawaii on August 4, 1961 to a non-U.S.-citizen father who was already married in Kenya and a U.S.-citizen mother.

In the months leading up to the release of the image, Donald Trump, now the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, had publicly called for Obama to prove that he was born in the United States, as he claimed.

On the day the long-form image was released, then-Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer claimed that “Obama believed the distraction over his birth certificate wasn’t good for the country, he requested the long form version…”

On March 1, 2012, Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff Joseph Arpaio and his Cold Case Posse, which had spent approximately six months analyzing and investigating the origins of the image, declared the long-form birth certificate and Obama’s purported Selective Service registration form “computer-generated forgeries.”

Instead of launching their own investigations, even after a second press conference on July 17 of that year revealed that the standard of probable cause had been surpassed in regard to the forgery, the media attacked Arpaio and Cold Case Posse lead investigator Michael Zullo.

Since the forgery was posted, a terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya killed four Americans and wounded ten more, with the Obama regime falsely claiming the cause to be an obscure internet video until it was forced to admit that Islamic terrorists had attacked the compound where U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens and three other public servants were killed.

In interview in May 2013, Zullo told The Post & Email that had an independent investigation been launched into the posse’s findings, “Benghazi might never have happened.”

Regarding the forgery on Monday, “Nobody wants to talk about it,” Arpaio said.

Ten months after Obama took office, a U.S. Army psychiatrist shouted “Allahu Akbar!” then killed 12 and injured more after pledging allegiance to Islam.  The regime stubbornly called the horrific incident “workplace violence” until last year, when it was reclassified as a terrorist attack.

Between 2009 and 2011, the “Fast & Furious” gunrunning operation killed U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and several hundred Mexicans after guns were knowingly transferred to Mexican drug cartel members by the ATF.

Not 48 hours after the Orlando shootings, Obama called “radical Islam” a “political distraction.”  In the aftermath, Trump and others repeatedly criticized the Obama regime for choosing not to invoke the term “radical Islam” in describing the killer’s motive for the attack.

After a black man, Freddie Gray, died following a time in police custody in Baltimore, Obama called the ensuing riots a “distraction from legitimate questions about police conduct in communities of color.”

Trump has been excoriated in the media for questioning what Obama “has in mind” in regard to the problem of Islamic terrorism in the U.S.

This writer is revolted by the myriad mass shootings and loss of life which have taken place in the U.S. over the last eight years, whether or not they were motivated by Islamic radicalism and asks:  Had Congress taken Arpaio’s plea to investigate the origins of the long-form birth certificate image seriously, how many more people, our fellow Americans, would be alive or uninjured today?

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  1. Islam was not intended to be a peaceful religion (it’s really not a “religion” in the normal understanding of that word – It’a “political Philosophy”), let those Muslims who believe that Islam is “peaceful”, renounce the Sira (the Bio of Mohammed) and the Sunna (the conversion practices approved by Mohmmed) and the repressive practices of “Sharia Law” [even then the Islamic doctrine of “Taquiya” – (lying in the name of Allah and Islamic goals) would put such renunciation in doubt].

    Isis practices Islam the way Mohammed practiced it after Medina. His (Mohammed’s) goal was worldwide conversion to Islam by the use of violence if necessary – one could therefore argue that Isis practices Islam in its purest form.

    If not for Charles Martel at Tours in 732, Europe would possibly already be under Islamic domination. The Umayyads that were trying to spread Islam in Europe at that time, were not using “Peaceful” means to do this. They had an army of 80,000 men under arms. Charles Martel and his army stopped them at Tours and probably saved Europe from Islamic domination.