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Tuesday, 30 January 2007
Keep Fritz Kuhn in Mind
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AMT members endorsing this statement [supporting Al-Arian] include: American Muslim Alliance (AMA), Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), Muslim Alliance in North America (MANA), Muslim American Society (MAS), Muslim Student Association-National (MSA-N), Muslim Ummah of North America (MUNA), Project Islamic Hope (PIH), and United Muslims of America (UMA) --from Rebecca's post below

These are groups akin to the German-American Bund of Fritz Kuhn in their attitudes, and in their support for the enemy in what is, or should be, recognized as wartime. After all, in Islam it is always war-time: the division of the world between Believer and Infidel makes for a permanent state of war with all inhabitants of Dar al-Harb, and while fighting may not always be constant, that State of War is indeed forever, until all obstacles to the spread of Islam are removed, and until Islam everywhere dominates -- for "Islam is to dominate and not to be dominated" (also sprach Muhammad)--and Muslims rule, everywhere.

These Muslim groups identify with, and support, known enemies, known participants in Jihad. The Jihad in Sami al-Arian's case happens to have been mainly the Lesser Jihad against Israel, but no one should doubt that if given half a chance he would work tirelessly in order to further the islamization of Western Europe, or to expand the presence and power of Islam in this country, so as to look forward to the day when Islam prevails, and of course everywhere else in the world -- in Kashmir, in southern Thailand, in southern Sudan and Darfur, one should have no doubt where Sami al-Arian and his Arab supporters stand -- they stand with the forces of Islam, or in the case of Darfur, just like all the Arab states, foursquare with the Arabs mass-murderers of non-Arab Muslims, as they would with the Arabs who mass-murdered the Kurds, or deny the Berbers their linguistic and cultural rights, in North Africa.

These organizations need to be penetrated, and a book needs to be written -- many books -- about their schemes and dreams and what moves them, what they say and think behind closed doors, when the Infidels are not, they think, listening ("War is deception" said Muhammad). In the middle of World War II, John Roy Carlson performed such undercover work and wrote about it. His book, "Under Cover," went through 20, 30, 40 printings -- and exposed Fritz Kuhn's Bund, and William Pellley's Silver Shirts, and all the other pro-Nazi and pro-Axis groups, working so sinisterly, as best they could, to undermine their own country's war effort and its political and legal institutions.

There is no difference now. See the names of those organizations. Think of them as Fritz Kuhn's Bund. For their function and role are exactly the same.

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Posted on 01/30/2007 9:37 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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