View Dick Morris video, where he refers to ACT! for America!
Grassroots pressure works—please sign our petition calling for the reinstatement of Tulsa Police Captain Paul Fields today!
As you know, ACT! for America has begun a national grassroots effort on behalf of Captain Paul Fields, the Tulsa police captain demoted and suspended for refusing to attend an Islamic proselytizing event.
If you haven’t yet read the WorldNetDaily story on this, see below (highlights added).
This is the first phase of a broader effort we plan to implement over the next several weeks to put pressure on the appropriate officials in Tulsa.
So what does this have to do with a Minnesota sharia-compliant mortgage program?
View this six minute Dick Morris video to learn the details. (At about 4:20 Morris begins talking about ACT! for America.)
|ACT! for America chapters and members in Minnesota, in a determined grassroots campaign, helped shut down this sharia-compliant mortgage program. |
This is one more ACT! for America grassroots success we are proud to report! If we can do this in Minnesota, we can make our voice heard in Tulsa!
Please sign and forward our Tulsa petition today!
WorldNetDaily Exclusive Policeman sues over orders to attend Islamic prayer City accused of being 'complicit' in Muslim Brotherhood jihad plan
By Bob Unruh
Chief Charles Jordan
The legal action has been brought by attorneys with the Thomas More Law Center on behalf of Paul Fields.
Named as defendants are the city, police chief Charles W. Jordan and deputy chief Alvin Daryl Webster. WND requests for comment did not generate a response from the defendants.
The lawsuit focuses on the officer's constitutional and civil rights, and besides a resolution of Fields' concerns, it seeks an injunction preventing "enforcement of defendants' unconstitutional acts, policies, practices, procedures and/or customs."
At issue is a solicitation by officials in the Tulsa Police Department for officers to attend a "Law Enforcement Appreciation Day" organized by the Islamic Society of Tulsa. The invitation said the officers would be given tours of the mosque, meet the mosque's leadership, be given presentations of "beliefs, human rights, women" and "watch the 2-2:45 weekly congregational prayer service."
While at first the police administration's recommendation for attendance at the event appeared to be voluntary – there was a voluntary signup list – the law firm said when officers refused to respond, the managers made it a required event.
Find out what other plans there are for the U.S., in "Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld That's Conspiring to Islamize America"
The day "had nothing to do with any official police function. It clearly fell outside of the police department's policy on community policing, and based on comments made by police department officials in a closed door meeting, it was not 'community outreach' as it has been previously portrayed," the law firm explained.
"Rather, it included a mosque tour, meetings with local Muslims and Muslim leadership, observing a 'weekly prayer service,' and lectures on Islamic 'beliefs,'" the Thomas More Law Center explained. "The event was scheduled for Friday, March 4, 20011 – Friday being the 'holy day' or 'Sabbath' for Islam. In fact, the event was originally voluntary, but when not enough officers were willing to attend, it became mandatory."
Invitation to prayers
The issue of Islamic law, or Shariah, infiltration into the United States is drawing increasing attention. Several state legislative efforts already have developed, including in Oklahoma, Missouri, Tennessee and Florida, to prevent judges from applying Shariah, which includes penalties such as beheading for leaving Islam, in the government's court systems.
Last year in Oklahoma, voters with a 70-percent majority approved such a ban, but U.S. District Judge Vicki Miles-LaGrange blocked it after the Council on American-Islamic Relations argued the move was "anti-Islam."
The issue also is the subject of a lawsuit in Michigan, where city officials in Dearborn are accused of allowing Shariah to be used to block Christians from discussing their faith at the city-sponsored Arab Fest. Under Shariah, it is illegal for a Muslim to convert to another faith.
The report reveals details about key U.S. front organizations for Shariah, about the Muslim Brotherhood's "project" for North America, how Muslim groups are influencing judges, members of Congress and others and how Barack Obama's "appointments, statements, lawsuits" show "a strong and troubling affinity for Islam."
According to the new Tulsa lawsuit, images of some police officers appeared later in a publicity photograph used by the mosque to promote "Islam classes for Non-Muslims."
The Thomas More Law Center, which already is involved in other litigation defending the religious freedom of Christians as well as "countering the infiltration of radical Muslims in America," said it was working with Tulsa attorney Scott Wood to defend Fields' "constitutional right not to become a propaganda prop for the local mosque."
Police officers on Islamic website
Fields had responded to the order to appear for the tour, prayer and other mosque events with a written notice stating: "Please consider this email my official notification to the Tulsa Police Department and the city of Tulsa that I intend not to follow this directive, nor require any of my subordinates to do so if they share similar religioius convictions."
Webster then ordered Fields into a meeting where he was handed an order transferring him to the Mingo Valley Division, an area known for drug activity, as well as a notification of an internal investigation of Fields.
The lawsuit explains that the Tulsa Islamic Society is "Shariah-adherent," meaning that it teaches Islamic law must control "all matters of life, politics, and religious law."
"Consequently, the religion of Islam is not merely one segment of life; it regulates life completely, from the social and the political to the diplomatic, economic, and military. The combination of religion and politics as a unified, indefeasible whole is the foundation of Islam, an inseparable political/religious doctrine of Islamic governments, and the basis of Muslim loyalties. In this respect, the theo-political doctrine of Islam is contrary to the dictates of the First Amendment's religion clauses," the lawsuit explains.
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