Obama will continue to praise Islam right up until the very end of his Presidency. After reading what he just said about Islam, do you think that he’s high?
Hours before Donald Trump was set to accept the Republican Party’s nomination for president in Cleveland, President Obama challenged Trump’s proposals to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the country.
“Discriminating against Muslim Americans is also an affront to the very values that already make our nation great,” Obama said during the White House’s annual Eid al-Fitr reception, celebrating of the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
“Singling out Muslim-Americans,” he said, “feeds the lie of terrorists like ISIL that the West is somehow at war with a religion that includes over a billion adherents. That’s not smart national security.”
President Obama has continually asserted that Muslims have made significant contributions to building the United States and that Islam was “woven into the fabric” of our nation.
Muslims did have an influence on early America, they were a major part of the Slave Trade. Throughout Islam’s centuries of history, an estimated 180 million were enslaved. African slaves brought to America were purchased at Muslim slave markets.
Our founding fathers were at war with Islamic extremists, who provided both the need for the US Marines Corps, and our first lesson in battling extremism: after winning independence from England, American vessels no longer enjoyed British protection and were consequently raided and plundered by radical Islamic pirates.
Here’s John Quincy Adams, our sixth President’s, thoughts about “the religion of peace”:
““The natural hatred of the Mussulmen towards the infidels is in just accordance with the precepts of the Koran. [..]”
Read more: The Federalist Papers