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Islam Statistics

Posted in Uncategorized on July 14, 2008 by cfloridauac

Islam is not a religion nor is it a cult. It is a complete system. Islam has religious, legal, political, economic and military components. The religious component is a beard for all the other components. Islamization occurs when there are sufficient Muslims in a country to agitate for their so-called “religious rights.

When politically correct and culturally diverse societies agree to “the reasonable” Muslim demands for their “religious rights,” they also get the other components under the table. Here’s how it works — percentages source CIA: The World Fact Book (2007).

As long as the Muslim population remains around 1% of any given country they will be regarded as a peace-loving minority and not as a threat to anyone. In fact, they may be featured in articles and films, stereotyped for their colorful uniqueness: United States- Muslim 1.0%, Australia- Muslim 1.5%, Canada- Muslim 1.9%, Italy- Muslim 1.5%

At 2% and 3% they begin to proselytize from other ethnic minorities and disaffected groups with major recruiting from the jails and among street gangs: Denmark — Muslim 2%, Germany — Muslim 3.7%, United Kingdom — Muslim 2.7%, Spain — Muslim 4%, Thailand — Muslim 4.6%

From 5% on they exercise an inordinate influence in proportion to their percentage of the population. They will push for the introduction of halal (clean by Islamic standards) food, thereby securing food preparation jobs for Muslims. They will increase pressure on supermarket chains to feature it on their shelves — along with threats for failure to comply. (United States). France — Muslim 8%, Philippines — Muslim 5%, Sweden — Muslim 5% Switzerland — Muslim 4.3%, The Netherlands — Muslim 5.5%, Trinidad & Tobago — Muslim 5.8%

At this point, they will work to get the ruling government to allow them to rule themselves under Sharia, the Islamic Law. The ultimate goal of Islam is not to convert the world but to establish Sharia law over the entire world.

When Muslims reach 10% of the population, they will increase lawlessness as a means of complaint about their conditions (Paris — car-burnings). Any non-Muslim action that offends Islam will result in uprisings and threats (Amsterdam — Mohammed cartoons). India — Muslim 13.4%, Israel — Muslim 16%, Kenya — Muslim 10%

After reaching 20% expect hair-trigger rioting, jihad militia formations, sporadic killings and church and synagogue burning: Ethiopia — Muslim 32.8%

From 60% you may expect unfettered persecution of non-believers and other religions, sporadic ethnic cleansing (genocide), use of Sharia Law as a weapon and Jizya, the tax placed on infidels:
Albania — Muslim 70%, Malaysia-Muslim 60.4%, Sudan-Muslim 70%, Egypt-Muslim 90%, Gaza- Muslim 98.7%, Indonesia-Muslim 86.1%, Iran-Muslim 98%, Jordan-Muslim 92%, Pakistan-Muslim 97%, UAE-Muslim 96%

100% will usher in the peace of “Dar-es-Salaam”-the Islamic House of Peace-there’s supposed to be peace because everybody is a Muslim:,Afghanistan- Muslim 100%,Saudi Arabia- Muslim 100%,Somalia 100%

It is good to remember that in many countries, such as France, the Muslim populations are centered around ghettos based on their ethnicity. Muslims do not integrate into the community at large. Therefore, they exercise more power than their national average would indicate. As goes Europe so goes the United States.



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McCollumn and Muslims to discuss the showing of Obcession the Film.

Posted in Uncategorized on February 12, 2008 by cfloridauac

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McCollumn and Muslims to discuss the showing of Obcession the Film.

By Meg Laughlin, Times Staff Writer

Published February 12, 2008

Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum and Muslim leaders will meet today to

address concerns that McCollum showed the controversial film Obsession to

his staff during work hours in state buildings.

Through an assistant, McCollum sent an e-mail to his 500 employees in

January, urging them to attend one of three screenings of the film in order

to understand “the terrorist threat to Florida and the West by radical

Islam.” Employees taped up posters of the crescent moon and star of Islam

imposed over the wreckage of the World Trade Center.

Muslim leaders from the Muslim Public Affairs Council in Los Angeles and the

Council of American Islamic Relations describe the film as an “anti-Muslim

propaganda film.”

“We are gravely alarmed that a respectable, high-level official such as

yourself would be promoting such inflammatory anti-Muslim propaganda through

your office, ” wrote MPAC executive director Salam Al Marayati on Jan. 23.

“The office that hate crime victims turn to for legal aid and justice is

itself igniting the fire of bias and fear through such events.”

McCollum’s spokeswoman Sandi Copes responded in an e-mail a few days later:

“At no time was any state employee required to view (the film). Attorney

General McCollum welcomes input from all communities … including the

Muslim community, as we work to encourage understanding.”

A month before offering the film to employees, McCollum blasted a University

of Florida administrator for asking organizers of an Obsessionscreening on

campus to apologize for a poster that said “Radical Islam Wants You Dead.”

The administrator said the poster “reinforced a negative stereotype.” She

also questioned the accuracy of parts of the film.

McCollum said the UF administrator “has chilled free speech on the UF


“It’s one thing for Bill McCollum to defend free speech at a university

campus. But it’s another for him to endorse this anti-Muslim film and make

it available during work, on taxpayer money,” said Ahmed Bedier, executive

director of Tampa’s Council on American-Islamic Relations.

“Staff asked for it,” said Bill Stewart, assistant deputy chief of staff for

McCollum. But the e-mail to the staff about the film said McCollum had

presented the film to private groups. In August, McCollum praised the film

at a screening for about 200 people in government and business which

included Adam Hasner, now the majority leader in the state House, and

Orlando lawyer Jonathan Kilman, counsel to Charlie Crist during his


The film begins with a disclaimer: “It is important to remember most Muslims

are peaceful and do not support terror.”

Next, men in traditional Middle Eastern dress burn an American flag while

Middle Eastern music plays. The planes fly into the twin towers. Bleeding

people run from the train station in Madrid and from the subway bombings in

London. Peaceful scenes of Muslims at market and prayer are interspersed

with violent scenes and fanatical speeches of extremists advocating


“The teaching is this religion will destroy all other religions. It is Islam

against the other religions,”says Itamar Marcus, identified as a

representative of Palestinian Media Watch.

“Islamists hate everything other than what they are themselves,” says Daniel

Pipes, identified as director, Middle East Forum.

“Yes, there is some selective editing,”said Obsession distributor Tom

Trento, a Lake Worth businessman. “But Obsession still alerts people to a

very dangerous ideology.”

Obsession was made by HonestReporting, a New York and Jerusalem media

watchdog that says its purpose is to “defend Israel from prejudice.”

Jack Shaheen, an Oxford University research scholar and author of four books

on racism, stereotyping and propaganda, describes the film as “very


“Goebbels would be proud. This film has a place in cinema history with the

racist film Birth of a Nation and the Nazi film Triumph of the Will because

it so cleverly advances lies to vilify a people.”

Copes, the spokeswoman for McCollum: “With this film, you don’t get the

best, most complete information on terrorism, but it’s probably more than

you started with.”

About midway through Obsession, Pipes estimates that “some 10 to 15 percent

of Muslims worldwide support militant Islam.” Walid Shobar, identified as a

former PLO terrorist, says, “1.2-billion Muslims out there with 15 percent –

this is a huge number … as big as the United States of America – spread

all throughout.”

The source of the numbers is not given.

Shibley Telhami, Anwar Sadat professor at the University of Maryland,

directs polls and attitude surveys for the Program on International Public

Attitudes. He says the results show that “about 6 percent of about

300-million people in the Arab world support al-Qaida’s message of

confronting the United States.”

Survey data of the entire Muslim world is not available, but polling by the

Pew Global Attitudes Project in 2007 shows that support for attacks against

civilians varies widely from 70 percent in the Palestinian territories to 34

percent in Lebanon to 8 percent in Egypt. Overall, says the study, “wide

majorities (of Muslims) say such attacks are, at most, rarely acceptable.”

It’s important, Telhami said, to consider what the word “support” means:

“Support is often a reflection of anger rather than ideology. It’s far

different from joining groups or being prepared to conduct terrorism,” he


McCollum’s assistant deputy chief of staff Stewart: “You don’t have to

accept everything in the film as fact.”

But how would an employee of the office know what to accept and what to


“That’s not for us to divine,” Stewart said.

<em>Times researcher Caryn Baird contributed to this report.</em>

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Video From UCF Event

Posted in Uncategorized on February 8, 2008 by cfloridauac

Part 1 and 2 are only 10 minutes long and the last part is maybe 3 minutes. It is definitely worth viewing.

Part 1 of Video from UCF Event:

Part 2 of Video from UCF Event:

Part 3 of the Video for the UCF Event:

Photos from UCF Event

Posted in Uncategorized on February 8, 2008 by cfloridauac

After Action Report

Posted in Uncategorized on February 8, 2008 by cfloridauac

After Action Report


The Central Florida chapter of the United American Committee showed up for an informational tabling yesterday at the University of Central Florida just like any other event. They never expected to have the amount of action that would follow through the day. This time Alan and Dan were accompanied by Rick and David. Rick and David contacted us about interest in the UAC and what they could do to help. They wanted to show their love for their country and its constitution. They wanted to be involved somehow, they jumped right in and began lending a hand where needed. We were very thankful for the help that these two respected business men had to offer. Without them Alan and Dan would have been completely overwhelmed.

The Islamic students on campus converged upon the tabling and even called in reinforcements on their cell phones as can be seen on some of the pictures. One student can be seen in the above photograph taking a picture of the UAC filming and photographing the event. This brings up a serious question. Why would he want to take a picture of the people holding an educational tabling showing radical Islam? What reason could there be to photograph the members of the UAC that were doing this tabling? There was no danger and he was not the one staging the event. Makes the mind wonder what purpose is behind this.

While some people showed up to create free and open dialogue many showed up to twist the conversations into other things.

The event was being photographed as well as video taped and many expressed their dislike toward it, some even asked for the cameras to be turned off. The event was photographed and on video to serve as documentation purposes but also for security as well. One even wanted to make a complaint with campus police so the UAC members were kind enough to immediately flag down an officer who stated the UAC was in a public free speech area and were within their rights. Earlier the UAC had already spoken with campus police and shook their hand so they were well aware of the reasons that the UAC were there.

A few Muslims that boasted to be moderate expressed concerns on why we would take so much time to research the small amount in their viewpoint of Muslim extremist but not take the same time to show the moderate side of the religion. Alan extended an invitation to a representative of the Muslim Students Association to join in on the next tabling event and set up right beside them. The offer was extend to other people as well one woman stated she would like to do some research on the UAC before she decided she would do it while another stated her distaste of their prophet being called a pedophile and said she would not do it.

The run of the mill comments on how many people the Americans murdered and the bomb being dropped on Japan was also brought up as well as Timothy McVeigh. All the comments were addressed by the UAC members in attendance and this further stone walled the students.

Slurs such as redneck were thrown around as well as a few hand gestures but the UAC stood their ground firm and addressed with intellect and professionalism the questions and comments coming at them. Make no mistake this was an intellectual and verbal Jihad that was taking place on this campus.

The pictures are posted to the Central Florida Chapter of the UAC MySpace and we are trying to get the video formatted to upload on YouTube, Viddler and GoogleVideo so that it can be easily embedded, accessible and linked to. As soon as it is formatted and uploaded we will be passing the link on and embedding it on our blogger site and MySpace.

Once again we would like to extend a warm welcome and another Big Thank You to David and Rick who were a huge help yesterday. God Bless You and we look forward to working with you again.

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A pair of “honor killings” in Texas

Posted in Uncategorized on January 3, 2008 by cfloridauac

A pair of “honor killings” in Texas Updated: The girls were scared of their dad Additional updates

posted at 6:06 pm on January 2, 2008 by Bryan on

The girls were 17 and 18, named Sarah and Amina, and police in the affluent Dallas suburb of Las Colinas say he killed them in his own cab and is still armed and considered dangerous. WFAA-TV in Dallas says that police believe they have him surrounded in a residential area of Lewisville, TV. Now, the details.

They believe the girls’ father, Yaser Abdel Said, is in one of the houses on the block.

Police are also looking at the motives which may have led Said to possibly murder his two teenage daughters, one of whom called 911 from a cell phone near the spot where the girls were later found.

Police say they are looking into the possibility that the father was upset with his daughters dating activities.

“It’s something well worth looking into,” said OFC David Tull of Irving Police.

The man’s wife is fully cooperating with inquiries, police said.

Police said earlier in a statement that the man was a suspect in the girls’ deaths.

Atlas has one of the girls’ MySpace page linked up.

This is obviously the key sentence at this point:

Police say they are looking into the possibility that the father was upset with his daughters dating activities.

It could still turn out that the man is simply crazy for reasons unrelated to the girls’ dating activities, though we’ve been through enough of these stories now to have reason to think it’s not simple craziness that led to this. Sara Carter reports in the Washington Times today that police are starting to take notice of things like “sudden jihad syndrome,” which could lead them to examine similar and related pathologies. None too soon.

Update: Fishwrap has a round-up of blog coverage.

Update: From Fishrap again.

Sisters, Amina, 18, and Sarah, 17, were each shot to death. Friends of the girls say their father was Egyptian and critical of popular American lifestyles. “I’m definitely 100% sure that it was her dad that killed her,” said Kathleen Wong, a friend of the dead teenagers.

Wong says the girl’s father was verbally abusive and that Sarah, especially, lived in fear. “She’s always told me that she was always so scared of her dad,” says Wong. “Even at school if a teacher joked around like, ‘I’m gonna tell your parents about this’, she would like totally flip out and start crying like, ‘please don’t tell’.”

Also, Said was not in the Lewisville house that the police had surrounded earlier. So he’s still presumably on the loose. There’s video of their friend talking about the father at the link.

Update: A Hot Air reader found these pics of Sarah and her friend Kathleen Wong, just clowning around and being teenage girls.





Update: Once again from Fishwrap, we learn what we already suspected about the Said family’s religion.

“Amina was very nice with everybody. She helped me in [Advanced Placement English] class,” she said. Sarah was a sophomore when she took an Algebra II class with Liz, who was a junior at the time.

She said the sisters, who wore typical American clothes, didn’t talk much about their family. “I didn’t know they were Muslims until she told me they were Egyptian and Muslim,” Liz said.

The story has more detail about the family, the killings and Amina and Sarah. The girls’ friends describe them both as very bright.

This may sound crass and it probably is, but it’s one thing to hear about these repulsive so-called “honor killings” occurring in Europe or even Canada, but Dallas is my hometown. I know what Texas justice is likely to do with Mr. Said if he’s caught and convicted, but that won’t bring those girls back and it won’t replace the sense of violation that I personally got from what he did. This isn’t some place far away we’re talking about, it’s Dallas, the buckle of the Bible belt and a city that’s as American as you can get. To say that this act makes me angry gets near the surface of what it makes me think about things right now.

: From Amina’s MySpace page.

Update: Gateway Pundit points to another apparent “honor killing” in Chicago. This one doesn’t involve Islam, but rather India’s disgusting caste system.

Eyewitness inside Bhutto’s car: She was shot in the neck

Posted in Uncategorized on December 30, 2007 by cfloridauac

Eyewitness inside Bhutto’s car: She was shot in the neck
posted at 1:41 pm on December 30, 2007 by Allahpundit

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The eyewitness in question being her chief political advisor, who’s not entirely objective but still more credible than the government version that has her cracking her head open on the handle to her sunroof. No wonder her party is calling for an international investigation.

“I saw her: she looked as though she ducked in when she heard the firing. We did not realise that she had been hit by a bullet.”

He had looked up to see Miss Bhutto sliding back through the aperture in the roof of the white Land Cruiser. Moments later, the car was rocked by a huge explosion…

Dr Abbassi leant forward to see what was wrong. At first glance, she appeared to have escaped injury. Then he noticed the blood. It was seeping from a deep wound on the left side of her neck…

Naheeb Khan, Dr Abbassi’s wife, cradled the injured woman’s head in her lap, reaching up for her own headscarf, pulling it from her head, pressing it into the wound, trying to stem the flow. But the wound was deep and the blood seeped out, spreading down her neck and across her blue tunic.

The official Pakistani government line is that Miss Bhutto caught her head on the sunroof’s catch as she ducked inside, fracturing her skull. “Absolute facts – nothing but facts,” it said of its account. But Dr Abbassi leaves little room for doubt. There was too much blood, he said, and a gaping wound in her neck. She had been shot.

This account also rules out the Sun’s sniper scenario, of course, unless Abbassi somehow forgot to mention the hail of rifle shots piercing her body inside the car.

The Times of London has a photo sequence of the killers caught on film. And yes, the plural apparently is warranted. Exit question: How did they know it was the guy in the shawl who blew himself up instead of the gun?

Update: “Democracy,” Bhutto style — appointing a 19-year-old kid head of the party because he’s got the right last name.