Webinar: How Islamists Use Sharia to Prevent Assimilation and Hold American Muslims Back

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America’s Muslim population remains predominately a product of immigration, and like other American immigrants, American Muslims came to the United States for many different reasons. Some sought economic opportunity, others were fleeing war or persecution. And some came with a desire for conquest.
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America’s Muslim population remains predominately a product of immigration, and like other American immigrants, American Muslims came to the United States for many different reasons. Some sought economic opportunity, others were fleeing war or persecution. And some came with a desire for conquest.

This last group – the Islamists- is best represented by organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood which in the 1960s sought to establish or seize control of mosques, charitable and community organizations, and other institutions with the goal of dominating the American Muslim community, and preventing assimilation and integration into the wider American society so as to wield them as a force for political power.

The panel includes Dalia al-Aqidi and Dr. Zhudi Jasser, to discuss the tactics and techniques used by Islamists to keep American Muslims separated and unintegrated, and how all Americans can help push back.

Dalia al-Aqidi

Journalist and Commentator, District 5 GOP Congressional Candidate

Dalia al-Aqidi is a journalist and commentator who has spent over three decades reporting from the capital cities of the Middle East and Washington D.C. She has written, produced and hosted live presentations on television and radio in English and Arabic. A Muslim born in Baghdad, Iraq, Dalia came to the United States as a refugee in 1993, and achieved world-wide recognition as the anchor for Alhurra, the U.S.-based Public Arabic-Language satellite TV Channel. In 2004, The Chicago Tribune called Dalia, “the most-watched TV reporter nobody in America has seen.” Away from the public eye Dalia has also served as an analyst team leader for a private intelligence firm, providing cultural background and geopolitical analysis to government and corporate clients. She is currently running for Congress as a Republican in MN District 5.

Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser

Founder and President @American Islamic Forum for Democracy (AIFD)

Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser is the Founder and President of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy (AIFD) and Co-Founder of the Muslim Reform Movement. He is also the author of A Battle for the Soul of Islam: An American Muslim Patriot’ s Fight to Save His Faith. Dr. Jasser is a former Commissioner and Vice-Chair of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) and host of the new podcast REFORM THIS! On The Blaze Radio Network. A first-generation American Muslim, Dr. Jasser’s parents fled the oppressive Baath regime of Syria in the mid-1960’s for American freedom. A devout Muslim, he and his family have strong ties to the American Muslim community having helped lead mosques in Wisconsin, Arkansas, Virginia and Arizona. Dr. Jasser regularly briefs members of the House and Senate on the threat of Political Islam.

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