Barack Hussein Obama announced at an ‘Iftar’ dinner on Monday, the evening meal when Muslims end their daily Ramadan fast at sunset, which he hosted at the White House, at tax payer expense that “The Koran teaches us that God’s children tread gently on the earth. We affirm that whatever our faith, we are one family.”
The Koran also teaches that you cannot pay allegiance to anyone, or anything except Allah and Islam. That would mean if Barack Hussein Obama is a Muslim, which he is, that his allegiance is not to the United States, Americans or the Constitution.
Obama being a Muslim explains his disdain for Israel, and his not caring that the Middle East is flowing with the blood of Christians at ISIS’ hands.
Praising two Muslim young women he invited to sit at his table, Obama lauded Samantha Elauf, who sued Abercombie and Fitch and won in the Supreme Court after she claimed she was not hired because she wore a hijab, saying he had not spoken before the Supreme Court at her age.
Obama has never spoken before the Supreme Court.
Abercrombie and Fitch has hired other women wearing hijabs; Elauf, a Palestinian-American who boasts #free Palestine on her Twitter feed, was initially awarded $20,000 by a federal court in Tulsa, but the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver threw out that decision because Elauf had not asked Abercrombie to accommodate her head scarf.
Obama also praised Munira Khalif, who has spoken in front of the United Nations regarding women being counted in a census. Khalif recently graduated high school in Minnesota and was accepted by every Ivy League school, choosing Harvard. Obama said when he was 18 he had not spoken before the UN.
Obama wasted no time promoting his anti-gun by bringing up Charleston, South Carolina, the site of the massacre of nine black worshipers, asserting, “Our prayers remain in Charlestown … We insist that no one should be targeted for who they are … how they worship.” He called Congressman Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) one of his heroes, quoting Lewis’ statement that a person needed to “use your feet” in the fight against prejudice.
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