by John D. Guandolo
“Interfaith Outreach” is the place where the Islamic Movement, the communist Movement, those collaborating with both of these Movements, and the financiers all meet and merge while steamrolling over Christian and Jewish leaders and their flocks.
Where there is interfaith outreach, there you will always find communist leaders and organizations working side by side with jihadi groups.
While the jihadis and communists work together at the ground level, and use interfaith relationships to support the hostile operations to transport thousands of illegals – jihadis and other reprobates – around the U.S. on the taxpayer dime, the Muslim Brotherhood controls the interfaith outreach in North America, and its scope and impact is much greater than just the invasion at America’s northern and southern borders.
The International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), the strategic planning cell for the North American Muslim Brotherhood, has built and drives the strategy regarding interfaith outreach.
The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), one of the top Muslim Brotherhood organizations on the continent which has directly funded the designated Foreign Terrorist Organization Hamas, drives interfaith activities.
The designated Foreign Terrorist Organization Hamas doing business as CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) controls the social justice and civil rights aspects of interfaith outreach.
From the Muslim Brotherhood’s jurist Hamza Yusuf working inside the White House Interfaith Office to “interfaith” conferences around America, the Interfaith Outreach activities in the United States are not only penetrated by hostile actors, pastors and rabbis are wittingly and unwittingly acting in concert with and on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood to advance the Islamic Movement.
And that is the plan.
One simple example…
Last year, the DFW Alliance for Religious Freedom hosted their “2021 Summit” in Dallas, Texas, and had Azhar Azeez as one of their featured speakers.
Azhar Azeez is the Director of Fund Development for Islamic Relief USA, and served as the President of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).
Evidence in the largest terrorism financing trial ever successfully prosecuted in American history – US v Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, Northern District of Texas (Dallas), 2008 – reveals the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) is a Muslim Brotherhood organizations which sent money directly from ISNA’s accounts to Hamas leaders and organizations overseas.
The Holy Land Foundation was the largest Islamic charity in America at the time it was indicted in 2001, and it was a Hamas (TERRORIST) organization.
Islamic Relief USA is now the largest Islamic charity in America.
Over its history, the leadership of Islamic Relief USA has been directly intertwined with the leadership of Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW). The Center for Security Policy identifies IRW as a recipient of a $50,000 check from Osama bin Laden, and other reports, counterterrorism operations, and evidence reveal IRW supports the designated Foreign Terrorist Organization Hamas.
IRW is the largest Islamic charity in the world.
Again, Azhar Azeez is the Director of Fund Development for Islamic Relief USA, and served as the President of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).
Why was Azeez a featured speaker at the DFW Alliance for Religious Freedom summit?
What could possibly be the benefit of having a jihadi leader at a religious summit meant to bring peace and harmony to the community?
Azeez was invited to this event, along with other jihadis who were present, because Christian leaders invited them. Christian leaders who, over time, have been recruited and influenced by Muslim Brotherhood leaders like Azeez to do the work of the Islamic Movement for them.
Will Christian leaders in Dallas have the courage to hold accountable those who invited and brought a jihadi like Azhar Azeez to an interfaith event like this?
Will Christian leaders across the country come to realize the very PURPOSE of interfaith outreach is to subvert the Christian churches?
This is the first article in a series as UTT prepares to publish a lengthy report on the U.S. Interfaith Outreach efforts inside America.