Liberty and Freedom
The Muslim Students Association (aka Muslim Brotherhood) at Western Michigan University is hosting a free dinner and lecture to promote shari’a in America on March 18.
It’s free, but you have to register to attend. It would be a wonderful message to WMU administrators if more than half the audience were patriots.
MSA is not a “student” or “religious” organization; it is simply another arm of the MB.
There’s sure to be a Q&A session; wouldn’t hurt to ask Jackson if he supports the MB (we all know the answer, but it’s good to reveal to others that MSA not only supports terrorism, but is part of a larger terrorist organization).
You can register here:
If you can’t attend, you can contact the President of WMU to make sure he knows he is promoting terrorism on his campus (with our tax dollars). He may not be aware of the MSA-MB connection.
John M. Dunn, President
Email via webform: http://www.wmich.edu/president/contact/
Ph (269) 387-2351
Fax (269) 387-2355
Office of the President
Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5202 USA
For a thorough understanding of the link between MSA and MB, check out the following dossier (complete with references):
Predictably, the WMU campus paper published a raving review of Dr. Jackson’s sharia-is-good-for-america lecture:
No dissenting opinions were considered. Jackson, in the true spirit of taqiyya, claimed that sharia does not support terrorism—he left out the part that there is no Arabic word for “terrorism” because the concept simply does not exist. Killing exists, and murder (only as it relates to Muslims) exists, but terrorism—nope.
Remember that when Muslims reference terrorism today, they are using English, “terrorism” is a loan word, and they are talking about terrorism against Muslims only. In sharia-world, terrorism against non-Muslims simply does not apply—because the final revelations of the Qur’an not only endorse, but command killing “unbelievers”.
We have got to change the anti-American bias on our university campuses, and that begins by electing legislators who will really address those issues and make university administration accountable to taxpayers.
Unfortunately, most of the links on this page do not seem to be working properly.
Include “Letter to the Editor” in the subject heading. 300 words or less, and it will be edited, probably not in a favorable manner:
Letters to the Editor
1517 Faunce Student Services Bldg
1903 W. Michigan Ave.
Fax (269) 387-226
No email or phone available online, but you can leave comments at this link:
No word of the lecture in the Kzoo Gazette online, but you can send letters to the editor via email (150 words or less, and they’ll be edited):