The Imam Imad Enchassi
Oklahoma City – Christian and Islamic cultures are likely to clash in the land of the red man.
Meet Dr. Imam Imad Enchassi of the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City. He will co-host Islamic Day at the State Capitol February 27 along with two Democratic Representatives from districts within the city’s boundaries.
The event is sponsored by the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), a controversial group that usually stages rallies and protest marches on Fridays, the sabbath eve of the Islamic week and the day for sermons and ceremonies in the public shopping districts of cities throughout the world.
CAIR is closely identified by some security analysts such as correspondents of the Council on Foreign Relations as having close ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.
In federal court papers now sealed, the government revealed In 2007 that CAIR was named, along with 245 others, by prosecutors in a list of unindicted co-conspirators and/or joint venturers in a Hamas funding case involving the Holy Land Foundation.
Oklahoma three-percenter militia members, 2 Million Bikers, and other activists intend to rally at a 2 p.m. prayer service presided over by the Imam in the rotunda of the capitol building that day.
Three-percenter Commander, Col. Floyd Breshears insists the men and women of his state-wide movement will come in peace, invited by the Imam to listen and learn as the lawmakers explain the American system of lawmaking and its constitutional underpinnings based on an absence of ecclesiastic legal authority, and under the authority of the First Amendment, an unlimited amount of religious freedom for all.
In 2010, Oklahoma voters approved by 70 percent a measure to allow the Sharia courts that was first blocked by a district judge’s preliminary injunction, then ruled unconstitutional by a federal appeals court at Denver because it singled out one particular religion.
Key section of a 2010 constitutional ballot question
Suhaib Webb, a former Imam at the Oklahoma City mosque, formally apologized for the actions of Alton Nolen, an ex-convict who served time for an attack on a female Oklahoma State Trooper. A convert to Islam, he beheaded one woman and stabbed another at Vaughn Foods in suburban Moore when company fired him for proselytizing the Muslim faith. The company’s chief executive officer stopped his murderous attack when he shot him. He now faces first degree murder charges.
There have been more than 23,000 Islamic attacks since 9/11 in the name of Allah and the Prophet Muhammed.
Col. Floyd Breshears, commander of Oklahoma Three Percenters