Oh The Hypocrisy At Martin Methodist College

Martin Methodist College in Pulaski Tennessee is the latest institution of higher learning to succumb to the muffling of freedom of speech, but only to those that oppose views held by some administrators. Case in point, a course scheduled to be given to law enforcement officers from across the state of Tennessee on topics such as terrorist tactics and methods, international terrorism, and threats facing our communities.

It seems the Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Executive and Professional Development Cheri Thomas and her underling Richard Schoeberl  took to heart an article written and published by the  hate group the Southern Poverty Law Center regarding one of the law enforcement instructors. The article, which was odious and misguided, led to the conclusion the instructor was a “Muslim basher”, which led Thomas to withdraw Martin Methodists sponsorship and participation.

That isn’t the reason, that is the excuse. It seems Thomas has a slight bias when it comes to law enforcement, at least according to her Face Book page.

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In addition to criticizing law enforcement, a more serious philosophy has emerged on the campus of Martin Methodist.  Some of the administration seems to have no problem with supporters of  the Muslim Brotherhood  participating in  the 2014  Life Together: A Religious Leaders Conference of Middle Tennessee.  Yes, the Muslim Brotherhood.

Imam Ossama Bahloul of the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro, one of the three religious leaders on the panel for that conference is a graduate of the Al Azhar University in Cairo Egypt, the center for Sunni Salafism, where he finished 4th out of a class of 200. Bahloul holds an MS in Dawa, or the proselytizing of Islam. Al Azhar is known for educating  radical imams associated with the Muslim Brotherhood,  Hamas, Hezbollah, and several other terror organizations. One of Al Azhar’s most famous graduates is Sheikh Yousef al-Qaradawi, the Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual leader.

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Imam Bahloul also has hosted Muslim Brotherhood leaders at his mosque, including Jamal Badawi, and Nihad Awad, a self proclaimed supporter of Hamas, and the co founder of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR).

Jamal Badawi, who was joined by Bahloul in 2014 at the “All God’s Books” event at the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro admits he is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, and is listed on the first page of the Brotherhood’s telephone book, which was entered into the Holy Land Foundation trial as evidence against several member of Hamas and the Ikhwhan.

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This is only a snippet of the association between Ossama Bahloul and the Muslim Brotherhood. The same Ossama Bahloul Martin Methodist has embraced and welcomed to their campus.

One cant help to wonder if Cheri Thomas and her terrorism expert Mr. Schoeberl have fought to disassociate Martin Methodist from a terrorist organization supporter as much as they fought to disassociate from a law enforcement instructor.

It appears that Martin Methodist has bigger problems other than an instructor they say bashes Muslims.


Cathy Hinners





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Nashville Media Gets Textbook Issue All Wrong.

In Maury County Tennessee a parent expressed her concern regarding her 7th grader’s assignment of writing and reciting “There is no God but Allah and the Muhammad is the Prophet”, which is the Shahada, or the Islamic profession of faith.  Parents from across the state have come forward to expose what their children have been required to do , which has put the spotlight on Tennessee’s curriculum on Islam.

The majority of parents agree the teaching of all religions has a place in their child’s classroom, but they also agree some assignments are way over the line. Religion is to be taught in a historical sense, with cultures and contributions of several groups discussed.  Reciting and writing the Islamic creed is not historical.

Tennessee’s Social Studies curriculum and pacing guide clearly show what is to be taught, however our questions have consistently asked what about the supplemental instructional material? What resources are used by teachers to add to the lesson? Are educators using this opportunity to add their own opinions or biases to an already controversial topic..Islam?

The Tennessee School Board Association is fueling this fire by urging its school boards across the state to not comply with records requests sent to several of its districts by a Conservative group based in Washington DC. Denying requests because they are out of state is one thing,  urging school officials to break state law is another.

At the same time the media is headlining why records requests cannot be fulfilled, a local news station releases its intent to investigate whether Tennessee schools are indoctrinating students with the Islamic religion. Finally, a news outlet digging to gather the evidence to prove it is in fact indoctrination.  Well, until they only spoke to one side, which happened to be the spokesman for Nashville’s most radical mosque.

Nashville News 4, WSMV reporter Hayley Mason spoke with the Islamic Center of Nashville’s Rashed Fakhruddin who poses the question could it be a witch hunt? No Mr. Fakhruddin it has nothing to do with victim-hood, it has everything to do with children in public schools reciting and writing the Islamic profession of faith.

Interesting the media chose to seek answers from the Islamic Center of Nashville which  shares a PO box with Muslim Brotherhood group the Islamic Society of North America. (ISNA) an un-indicted co conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation trial in Dallas TX in 2008.


The Islamic Center of Nashville is where Carlos Bledsoe,  aka Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, the TSU student from Memphis was radicalized, changing his name to the same as the Imams prior to driving to an Arkansas recruiting center and killing Sgt Andy Long.


The Islamic Center of Nashville where another former Imam, Mohamed Ahmed told an audience attending a Religious Communicators Council  conference he supported the Egyptian police forced virginity tests performed on female protesters in Tahrir Square.  The imam explained:  “Why? It’s a very interesting fact that the police giving you a heads up, ‘oh, those people are not virgin’.  That’s mean they are not good people”.


Mr. Fakhruddin, who leads the Islamic Center of Nashville, called the claims ridiculous.“I don’t know if this is meant to be a witch hunt, but all of the religions – Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism – they’re being taught in the schools,” Fakhruddin said.  Fakhruddin disputes the indoctrination claims and said all children should learn about all religions to better understand each other.

That’s it? That is the extent of the investigation?  Ms. Mason that wasn’t an investigation that was free advertising for the radical Nashville mosque.

Read more: http://www.wsmv.com/story/30135183/legal-group-calls-islamic-teachings-in-tn-schools-indoctrination#ixzz3n9LT1JdF


Cathy Hinners





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We May Be Winning The Textbook Battle, But The War Is Only Beginning.

As the new school year of 2015 is well underway, so is the Islamic indoctrination of our children. Parents from across the state are banding together like never before in an effort to rid the religious aspect of Islam from their childrens textbooks.  Along with the textbooks, teachers have been  using supplemental materials that they say are the “state standards”. However, this is not always the case. So where exactly are teachers finding the materials used in the classroom, and who approves them? These are only two questions that must be asked.


Aside from the propaganda interwoven in textbooks, another more cagey agenda lies ahead.  The Obama administration has declared that by 2016, all schools will have the ability to be global. In a program called Connect All Schools, and with the help of federal funds and the Universal Service Fund, not only will children be able to connect with schools throughout the United States, but abroad as well. Welcome to the new global initiative. ( connected_fact_sheet)

While Common Core was born out of programs such as Achieve (http://achieve.org/) with donors from the Gates Foundation,  Carnegie Corporation and Exxon Mobil, it really was the brain child of the Qatar Foundation International.  The foundations Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics is directed by Tariq Ramadan, the grandson of the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, Hassan Al Banna.

Ramadan has had his own problems, such as his visa being revoked in 2004 due to his relationships with known terrorists and funding the terror organization Hamas. In 2008 Hillary Clinton restored his visa. (Below Tariq Ramadan with Tennessean Lema Sbenaty and with Congressman Keith Ellison)

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By now you should be extremely worried about your child’s education and the future of America. But it gets worse. As we all know Pearson textbooks were the most offensive and religiously intrusive because of ownership. The Libyan Investment Authority, founded by Muammar Gaddafi’s son owns approximately 26 million shares of Pearson Books. 

The  entire restructuring of our school system has been one of the many goals of the Muslim Brotherhood to “come from within”, to destroy  Western Civilization .  ( see full document here: (The Strategic Goal for North America ( Muslim Brotherhood Manifesto ) English Version)


Getting back to the Achieve program,  Bill Haslam is one of 3 Governors on the board of directors. Although we are only beginning  to understand Common Core or as Tennessee calls it TNCore, in this explanation of “our history” on the Achieve website it clearly shows this has been in progress for several years.  (http://achieve.org/history-achieve)

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Parents, now more than ever the need to be vigilant with your children’s school work is critical. Attend School board meetings, request to see everything your child sees in the course of their day, and be vocal. Their future depends on it.

What is happening in classrooms from kindergarten through college, proves the agenda is real. We may have won a battle with textbooks, but the war for our future and the future of our children has just begun.

Cathy Hinners

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Muslims Claim “Islamophobia” …Again

Once again the word Islamophobia has been used by Muslims to label those lured into a dangerous game played  out by a 14 year old from their community. Law enforcement responded to a high school in Irving Texas regarding an object Ahmed Mohamed brought to school which he claimed was a “clock”. Police did their job and arrested him after seeing the clock which resembled a homemade IED trigger device.

This wasn’t a misunderstanding. This wasn’t a clock. This was a device brought to a school to purposely create a stir where the end result would be the Muslims hyped up version of victim hood. The increasing use of the word Islamophobia by Muslims in America has only one goal. To create an atmosphere where our safety and security is at risk, and to silence those spreading the truth about their agenda.

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Device used for training by law enforcement.

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Perhaps the parents should be investigated. In today’s climate with ISIS issuing statements about killing Americans on our own soil and shootings occurring in schools, why would a parent allow their child to bring such an object to school? Because they knew what the response would be, and  CAIR (Council on American and Islamic Relations)   was on speed dial.

This incident was a set up pure and simple.

Everything that happens to a Muslim is labeled Islamophobia. Can you say cry wolf?

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The Deceit Behind The Interfaith Curtain

The following are excerpts from  ” INTERFAITH DIALOGUE AND WHAT JESUS SAYS : Points for Christians to Ponder before Engaging in Interfaith Dialogues , a paper written by Matt Bonner, a friend and colleague of Dailyrollcall. To read the paper in its entirety click here Interfaith Dialogue and What Jesus Says  Before participating in an Interfaith forum, one must understand the deceptive foundation on which it is built.

Section III

Exploring the topics of dualistic ethics, Taqiyyah and Abrogation is critical to any discussion about Islam. Without clear understanding of these key concepts, it is impossible to grasp the reality of what we face when dialoguing with Muslims.
First, it is important to note that Islam denies the principle of the Golden Rule: the belief that all human beings are equal in value and should be treated the same. Love for the non-Muslim is simply not taught in their doctrine or in the Mosque. In fact, there are 25 verses in the Koran that discuss how Allah does not love kafirs (non-Muslims). There is not a single verse about compassion or love for the Kafir.
Islamic ethics are dualistic, which means there is one set of ethics for Muslims and another set for non-Muslims. Because of this dualistic worldview, there is no unified humanity, only a division between Muslims and Kafirs. In his book, Thirteen Lessons on Islam for Christians, Dr. Bill Warner writes, “The term human being has no meaning inside of Islam. There is no such thing as humanity, only the duality of the believer and the kafir. In the ethical statements found in the Hadith, a Muslim should not lie, cheat, kill, or steal from other Muslims. But a Muslim may lie, deceive, or kill a kafir if it advances Islam.”

The dualistic worldview of Islam can also be explained by the way Islam divides the world into two realities: the Dar al-harb and the Dar al-Islam. The Dar al-harb is the house of war, the world of the sword, the infidel and perpetual war. Countries that are non-Muslim reside in the Dar al-harb. Dar al-Islam is the house of Islam, the land of Islam and peace. So here is where the truth of Islamic dualism really hits home: Peace on earth does not come until the entire world has been made Dar al-Islam. Read that sentence again.

This is an essential truth that all non-Muslims must understand. As a result of this worldview, Islam is under permanent jihad obligation to reduce the Dar al harb to non-existence. Consequently, pious Muslims have no allegiance to any country, state or government; they owe allegiance only to Mohammed’s original ideology. They salute no flag and wear no uniform. Syed Qutb, one of the most influential Islamic theologians and leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood of the 20th Century said, “A Muslim has no nationality except his belief.” It helps to understand that in Islamic teaching, all people will one day accept Islam or submit to its rule.

This also explains why Islam cannot recognize political borders or permanent peace treaties, and this precedent was set by Mohammed. He disregarded and nullified his ten year treaty with the Meccans (The Treaty of AlHudaybiyah) after only two years, going on to conquer Mecca in 630 AD. In fact, Yasser Arafat referred to this treaty numerous times after signing the Oslo Accords in 1993. He said it was the basis of his peace with Israel. (Brigitte Gabriel 37-38) Lastly, we must understand that any act of war against Dar Al Harb is morally and legally justified, and exempt from any ethical judgment—according to Ibin Taamiyah, a 14th century Muslim Jurist (Brigitte Gabriel-2).

The Koranic concept of Taqiyya (rooted in Suras 16:106; 3:28; 2:225; 5:89) is an essential concept of deception to understand. Taqiyya is “sacred deception” or “legitimate deception” and is simply a lie or deception that advances Islam. It is not considered a sin. Acting friendly and welcoming to neighbors, while harboring hatred or disgust in the heart, is an example of Taqiyya. It is a way of disguising true feelings. The foundation for Taqiyya is found in the Hadith:
I did not hear him (the Prophet Muhammad) permit untruth in anything people say except for three things: war, settling disagreements, and a man talking with his wife or she with him. (Sacred Hadith, Muslim)
“Speaking is a means to achieve objectives . . . it is permissible to lie if attaining the goal is permissible . . . and obligatory to lie if the goal is obligatory.” (Imam Abu Hamid Ghazali, renowned Islamic Jurist, quoted in Umdat al Salik, Sacred Islamic Law, Book R: Holding One’s Tongue, r8.2)
In his book, The Mosque Exposed, former Islamic Jurist Sam Solomon writes:
Fakharadin A’razi states that if a Muslim fears those unbelievers amongst whom he may be because of their excessive power and strength, then he needs to pledge loyalty and love outwardly on condition that he inwardly would object to what he himself is saying; in other words, he would be saying the opposite to all that he inwardly believed. (pp. 58-64)

The significance of this tool bears some discussion and begs the question: Why would we want to dialogue with people who are allowed, even encouraged, to lie and deceive us? Can we trust anything they say or even the very premise of the dialogues? The result of this centuries-old practice is that not only do non-Muslims get deceived, but Muslims lie to each other all the time with permission from their doctrines. It is worth noting here that what drives the conscience of the Islamic world is shame and honor, not truth and fiction. It is far more important to maintain the outward appearance of honor, than it is to be truthful. Do we really want to subject ourselves to a dialogue with those who not only see lying as permissible, but who do so to advance Islam?


Another key to Islamic deception is the legal concept of abrogation. Very simply, abrogation means that later verses of the Koran trump or overpower earlier verses. In other words, anything revealed to Mohammed chronologically later in the Koran, abrogates or overrules anything which came earlier. It is a way of allowing both to be true. In his book Thirteen Lessons on Islam for Christians, Dr. Bill Warner explains abrogation this way: Since Allah is perfect and the Koran is the exact words of Allah, then both contradictory verses are true. But the later verse is better or stronger than the earlier verse. This leads to dualistic logic where two contradictory facts can both be true.
Abrogation explains another reason Muslim clerics can cheerfully espouse the peaceful verses of the Koran. Inwardly, they know these verses have been abrogated, and they are counting on our ignorance and blind acceptance in the name of religious freedom. Abrogation comes from three verses in the Koran (Suras 17:106; 16:101; and 2:106) which state, “None of Our revelations do we abrogate or cause to be forgotten, but we substitute something better or similar; knowest thou not that Allah hath power over all things?”
Therefore, it is imperative that whenever a Muslim quotes a peaceful verse from the Koran, we ask him when it was revealed to Mohammed—in Mecca or in Medina? Then, kindly assure him that you understand the doctrinal practice of abrogation and that unfortunately, that verse has been abrogated by a stronger verse that came later.

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