Philip Haney is a founding member of the Department of Homeland Security, Customs & Border Protection. He’s a past senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy with deep experience in threat analysis and intelligence and 40 years experience in the strategy and tactics of the global Islamic movement based on Quranic Arabic with parallel strong focus on counter terrorism. He’s a current member of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers and Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association. He’s the lead author of ‘See Something, Say Nothing’, a best-selling expose of the Obama administration’s submission to the goals and policies of the Muslim Brotherhood as well as other Islamic groups operating in America and around the world.
Philip has conducted a thorough analysis of a post election statement called, ‘Principles and Road Map’ that’s posted by the Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America (AMJA). Philip called them the ‘sun’ of the solar system of Islamic organizations that exist in the U.S. AMJA keeps each organization in orbit and in their place. If you look at their logo, the Arabic writing translates to an assembly of lawyers promoting Shariah in America. Article 6 of the U.S. Constitution states that the Constitution is the supreme law of the land. Since Shariah law defines itself as being superior to all other forms of man-made law, we have a conflict.
The AMJA leadership is comprised of about 100 individuals. Virtually all of the top leadership members attended Al-Azhar University of Cairo, Egypt, the highest academy of Islamic learning in the world. All are trained in Shariah law. One of them is Mohamed Magid who stood before President Trump at the prayer service while reciting from the Qur’an.
The problem is that we are consistently reminded that there’s no intention of implementing Shariah law. However, when those who do have proof of such efforts come forward, they are marginalized and tagged as conspiracy theorists. In response, Philip wonders why the AMJA name in Arabic includes the phrase, ‘Shariah law’ if they aren’t intending to implement it in America.
The AMJA has described the election of Donald Trump as a ‘disruptive calamity’. What do they mean? According to Philip, a calamity is similar to a disaster. In Islamic theology, this is a very provocative word. Taking it back to its original Arabic source, you see that the concept of a calamity sets off a chain reaction of responses that are authorized by the Qur’an and Shariah law.
This is why the AMJA ‘road map’ is so important. Think of it this way. Why would they think Trump’s election is a calamity before he even takes office? Based upon their observations, they knew that President Trump intended to do precisely what he said he’d do. It’s begun with immigration reform based upon the terror activities of 7 core nations.
The other two ‘flash points’ that Philip said we need to watch for will be the designation by the Trump administration of the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization (Saudi Arabia, Egypt, United Arab Emirates and Russia have all banned the Brotherhood for their terrorist connections.) and/or moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem.
For 3 generations the Muslim Brotherhood has been building a base within the U.S. This concept, known as Al-Qaeda, goes back 1,400 years after Mohammed and his followers went from Mecca and relocated to Medina to establish an Al-Qaeda (a base of operations).
In essence, the Muslim Brotherhood is a globalist revival movement operating in the U.S. whose goal is to develop and strengthen the observant Muslim base. This means that the ‘road map’ of the AMJA is a warning call to that base in America to pay special attention to the policies of President Trump.
As this program continues you’ll learn more, including how Muslim groups are implementing this strategy with the help of American leftist groups and organizations.
To see the article, ‘3 Triggers for Islamic Uprising Under Trump Presidency’ go to: WND