0:29 I seek refuge in Allah from Satan.
0:37 Thanks be to Allah the merciful one. Guide us on the right path
0:40 for those whom you blessed (Muslims), not the path of the ones
0:43 you are angry at (Jews) and the ones who went astray (Christians).
the wrong kind of Muslims and Muslim leaders have been gaining inroads into Christian circles, government circles, education and media circles for years.
Johnson is right. Another example of how Islamic supremacists have infiltrated everywhere and must be rooted out: Imam Mohamed Magid was “one of 26 people offering prayers and reading from Scripture at the National Prayer Service.” There he proclaimed the Islamic call to prayer. Magid is Chairman of International Interfaith Peace Corps and also once served as President of the Islamic Society of North America, which was named an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation Hamas terror funding trial. Federal agents once raided the All Dulles Area Muslim Society Islamic Center (also known as the ADAMS center), where Magid serves as imam. The raid was, according to Discover the Networks, “part of ‘Operation Green Quest,’ an investigation into terrorism financing by large elements of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood.”
It remains a mystery how an imam with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and Barack Obama got invited to offer a prayer at the National Prayer Service Saturday after the inauguration of Donald Trump.
President Trump and his wife Melania were in the audience as Imam Mohamed Magid began praying in Arabic from the pulpit of the National Cathedral. He then cited a message from the Quran and translated it to English before walking over and shaking Trump’s hand.
Magid, born and raised in Sudan, is leader of a Shariah-observant mosque in Sterling, Virginia, and is a former president of the Islamic Society of North America. ISNA was created by the Muslim Brotherhood and works in concert with the seditious international organization founded in Egypt in 1928.
The surprise appearance by Magid at Saturday’s prayer breakfast led to an immediate rebuke by Faith Leaders for America, a group of 78 Christian and Jewish leaders who reject any interfaith dialogue with Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated groups. They issued a statement calling on President Trump to declare the Brotherhood a terrorist organization….