Flyer handed out at American Muslim Diversity Association mosque in Sterling Heights, Michigan, during Friday prayers March 6, 2020.
Retired federal agent Dave Gaubatz went undercover into the Islamic House of Wisdom mosque in Dearborn Heights, Michigan, on Friday, March 6, and walked out with literature he says legitimizes child marriage, jihad and Sharia-compliant “temporary” sex marriages.
Gaubatz, a veteran of the U.S. Air Force where he worked in Special Investigations, entered the mosque with a female associate named “Christine” about 11:15 a.m. on Friday and stayed until 2:30 p.m.
“The fact that they have these kinds of books right out in the open tells us they feel very comfortable pushing Sharia here in Michigan,” Gaubatz told me during a March 7 interview at a diner in nearby Troy.
FBI’s insertion into the case is latest cause for concern
The Amador County Sheriff on Monday walked back his previous statements on the suspicious death of Philip Haney, a prominent whistleblower who exposed how the Obama administration blew off research data that would have helped the government prevent Islamic terror attacks on U.S. soil.
In a hasty and sloppy statement issued within a few hours of the discovery of Haney’s body last Friday on the side of a state highway in rural California, the sheriff, who also doubles as the county coroner, said Haney “appeared to suffer from a single, self-inflicted gunshot wound.”
That comment planted in the minds of the mainstream media the idea that Haney killed himself. Most did not even report on the death and those that did, like Fox News, played it as a run-of-the-mill suicide. Shameful.
But after a long weekend in which calls and emails flooded into the office of Sheriff Martin Ryan, and he likely read some of the many accounts of Phil’s exemplary life from conservative bloggers and journalists who knew him, the sheriff changed his tune.
Ryan must have realized this was not any ordinary man whose body turned up on the side of the road in his county, less than three miles from where he was staying in the Pinetree RV Park outside of tiny Plymouth, California.
I have been getting quite a few calls, texts and emails from people asking me about the tragic death of my friend Philip Haney, whose body was found Friday morning near his vehicle not far from the RV park where he was staying in Plymouth, California. He reportedly had a single gunshot wound to the chest.
Everyone is asking the same question. Could the reports of suicide be accurate?
The Islamization of America’s public schools continues to take place with breathless speed, but in the few districts where awakened parents push back, Islam is forced to recoil into a constitutional place that is at least equal with other religions.
Where parents are asleep, Islam will simply take over and eventually turn that school into a virtual madrassa, says one constitutional scholar. In rare cases where parents are alerted to the Islamic teachings going on in their chidlren’s schools and take action, the school system typically backs off rather than invite expensive litigation.
A recent case in the state of Washington hightlights this reality.
Unpacking, exposing and dismantling the pro-Islamic Ramadan practices within the Northside School District started with a savvy and courageous teacher.
A big legal battle is heating up over a proposed mega-mosque in Sterling Heights, Michigan, and regardless of the outcome longtime residents say some in this city’s divided immigrant community are going to feel slighted.
On one side is the mayor, Michael C. Taylor, fighting for the Muslims and their right to build a massive mosque right smack dab in the middle of the nation’s largest Chaldean Christian refugee community.
On the other side are the Christian refugees. They say they feel like their rights are once again being seen as second fiddle to the Muslims, just as they were back home in Iraq.
The American Islamic Community Center wants to build a 20,500-square-foot mosque on 4.3 acres along 15 Mile Road in Sterling Heights, a suburb north of Detroit. This is a residential area dotted by hundreds of modest homes inhabited by Christians who fled Iraq and other countries where Muslims persecute followers of Christ.
They came to Sterling Heights in search of refuge. Now some are wondering if that was a mistake.