Recently Republicans confirmed their platform against abortion and gay marriage during the Republican National Convention, but Muslims are given a voice in the Democratic National Convention, indicating the Islamic takeover of the Democratic Party begins.
Today religion is perceived as a major component of American politics, but recent WIN-Gallup survey results reveal that Americans are becoming less religious.
From REDC Research WIN-Gallup International: The latest global poll released by WIN-Gallup International, a world-wide network of leading opinion pollsters, shows the world is becoming more secular and less religious. According to this poll, 59 percent of the world said that they think of themselves as religious person, 23 percent think of themselves as not religious whereas 13 percent think of themselves as convinced atheists. America still maintains a significant religious population, but secularism is proliferating rapidly.
From AIFD: The Democratic National Convention has decided to promote and lend its name and national political platform to the Jummah organizers at the DNC. This event’s leaders, Jibril Hough and Imam Siraj Wahhaj, are not moderate Muslim, they are Islamic radicals. These persons back worldwide Islamist supremacy and have demonstrated support for radical Muslim doctrines. Hough and Wahhaj have been leaders in the separatist anti-American Islamist movement.
From the Charlotte Observer: A national Muslim American organization plans a series of events to coincide with the Democratic National Convention in September. The kick-off for its three days of events begins with a Jummah prayer, the weekly mid-afternoon Friday prayer, at Marshall Park in uptown. Other events include Islamic issues conference and banquet, and a cultural festival held in city’s different parts, including at the Park Expo and Conference Center off Independence Boulevard.
From the Herald Online: Hundreds gathered in Marshall Park in uptown Charlotte recently to pray for the city in light of the upcoming Democratic National Convention. The Rev. Robbin Black, an associate pastor of Abundant Life Church International said she organized the citywide prayer to help protect Charlotte as people from around the world attend the convention.
From Israel national News: Thousands of Muslims are expected to attend a three-day event called "Jummah at the DNC," according to the published itinerary of the upcoming Democratic National Convention to be held in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Jummah event is being sponsored by the Bureau of Indigenous Muslim Affairs (BIMA), the national Muslim American non-profit organization that seeks status with the United Nations as a non-governmental organization (NGO).
The U.S. Democratic Party is being taken over by radical elements within the Islamic community because many Christians have been bullied into complete silence by the liberal establishment as the country becomes more socialized and secularized. While moderate Muslims are good American citizens and they deserve all the rights offered in the US Constitution, radical Muslims remain a threat to all Americans, both Muslim and non-Muslim. Although religion is still very important in American, radical Muslims will threaten America’s fading religious freedoms because Islam will always defeat secularism and atheism, which is what we observe taking place in Europe.
According to past Gallup polls, while more than 90 percent of Americans would be willing to vote for a qualified presidential candidate such as an African American, a woman, a Catholic American, a Hispanic American, or a Jewish American, roughly 50 percent of Americans would be willing to vote for an atheist. This position has not changed since late 1970s when 40 percent would have voted for an atheist to become president. Today, many Americans would rather vote in a Muslim than somebody who is an atheist. Islam is growing in the U.S. partly because of the growing secularism in America and the Islamic community’s worldwide plan for placing a Muslim in the U.S. Whitehouse by the year 2024.
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