Sunday Respite – Paradise Terra Incognita

 

Today I chose Yakuro Paradise Terra Incognita for my Sunday Respite.  I suggest watching this in full screen mode. Wishing you a wonderful day..

 

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Sunday Respite – Enchanted Land

 

For today’s Sunday Respite, I chose Terre Enchanteresse – Michel Pépé. My translation of the title appears above!

Wishing everyone a wonderful day. This video is one of my favorites. You may want to watch it in full screen once it begins.

 

Sunday Respite – Song of the Seas

 

For today’s Respite I chose Vangelis – Song Of The Seas. We will visit our fellow travelers beneath our oceans. Wishing you a wonderful day. I suggest watching this in full screen.

 

Flashback: Where in the world is Linda Sarsour Pro-Hamas Democrat Party activist?

 

Thought I would give us an update for a Saturday Flashback on our gal Linda Sarsour who has been the media darling, and a spokesperson for most any cause non-American. What has she been up to lately beside agitating in the “women’s Movement?”? This clip should bring a tingle.

 

Pro-Hamas Democrat Party activist & surrogate Linda Sarsour CAUGHT ON CAMERA asking her “mentor”, Siraj Wahhaj who is a co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing to support El-Sayed who is running for Governor of Michigan. She is speaking at the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)

 

 

El-Sayed is a Sharia compliant Muslim, but his political platform and talking points directly contradict Islamic law.

The Democrats claim to be pro-women, pro-LGBTQ, and pro-equality, but each of those things are prohibited under Islamic law, which Abdul himself has said he practices.

While speaking to a group of Muslims at the 54th Annual ISNA Convention, Pro-Hamas activist and Democrat mouthpiece Linda Sarsour, who has been campaigning for Abdul El-Sayed in Michigan, expressed how much she admires her “mentor” Siraj Wahhaj, and asked him to financially support Abdul’s campaign.

Siraj Wahhaj is a co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center Bombing.

 

Some light reading, if you have time, wander over to Discover the Networks:

Muzammil Siddiqi likewise emphasizes the need for Muslims to be politically active: “In Islam there is no division between religion and politics … We have to see everything from the Islamic point of view whether social, economical or political.” Siddiqi aims to promote, in an incremental manner, the establishment of universal Islamic rule and the creation of a worldwide Islamic state:

“[T]hings do not change overnight. Changes comes through patience, wisdom and hard work. I believe that as Muslims we should participate in the system to safeguard our interests and try to bring gradual change for the right cause, the cause of truth and justice. We must not forget that Allah’s rules have to be established in all lands, and all our efforts should lead to that direction.”

The Radicalization of American Mosques

Described by Islam scholar Stephen Schwartz as “one of the chief conduits through which the radical Saudi form of Islam passes into the United States,” ISNA focuses heavily on providing Wahhabi theological indoctrination materials to a large percentage of the mosques in North America. Many of these mosques were built with Saudi money and are required, by their Saudi benefactors, to strictly follow the dictates of Wahhabist Imams—an edict that affects the tone and content of the sermons given in the mosques, the selection of books and periodicals that may be read in mosque libraries or sold in mosque bookshops, and the policies governing the exclusion or suppression of dissenters from the congregations.

Sunday Respite – Soul Bird

 

Today’s Sunday Respite is one of my favorites, AVE MARIA by Leo Rojas – SOUL BIRD.  Beautiful photography. Wishing everyone a wonderful day. I suggest watching this in full screen once it starts.

 

Trump as 007 in ‘Live and Let Die!’

 

How about some comedy for a Summer Saturday?  Of course it’s the Donald. Enjoy.

 

 

H/T: Jim Campbell’s   We the People

Sunday Respite – Silent Rain

 

For today’s Sunday Respite I chose Leo Rojas “Silent Rain.”  Wishing everyone a wonderful day. I suggest watching this in full screen.

 

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