Leaders of the “New South” plan – profile #2 – Daoud Abudiab

Daoud Abudiab

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  • A Palestinian who in 2008, sued the U.S. government to compel approval of his application for naturalization in the U.S. (case No. 1:08-0018). (He publicly lamented several years later that “he was one of the ones that left.”)
  • President, Islamic Center of Columbia and named owner of the property.
  • President, TIRRC board (current). Acknowledged that they are working with Black Lives Matter to “strategize…and build our movement for 2016”
  • Partnered in dawa (proselytizing Islam) with Awad Binhazim (former director of CAIR Austin, TX), the Vanderbilt MSA chaplain who confirmed Islams capital punishment for homosexuality, here and here
  • Past Co-chair and founding member of Tennessee American Muslim Advisory Council (AMAC) whose board members have praised Muslim Brotherhood organizations, work with the pro-HAMAS group Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and illegal immigration advocates and who have opposed every single anti-terrorism measure despite claiming they oppose all acts of terrorism.
  • AMAC leadership has openly supported Obamas unConstitutional actions regarding illegal immigration.
  • Advisor Board member, Atlantic Institute which is a spinofforganization of the Society for Universal Dialogue (SUD), but the Institute’s driving mission is to promote Erdogan’s increasingly Islamized country.
  • Member, Family of Abraham (FoA), the red-green alliance connected to the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel.
  • President and founder, Faith & Culture Center (FCC), the sole focus of which is to market the myth of Islamophobia through a program called “Our Muslim Neighbor,” a project of Religions for Peace USA (RFPUSA), an organization which is tied to Islamist Muslim Brotherhood organizations in the U.S.
  • member, Nashville United Nations Association, Cordell Hull Chapter, board of directors
  • Participant at first U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO) conference in DC.

The USCMO (U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations) is the self-styled first national Muslim (Brotherhood) political party.Founding members of the Council (many with ties to HAMAS), include unindicted Holy Land Foundation co-conspirator named Muslim Brotherhood organizations, fellow traveler Muslim Brotherhood organizations, and AMP (American Muslims for Palestine), one of the most vocal Muslim Jew-hating organizations in the U.S.

Abudiab in the circle
Abudiab in the circle

The Syndicate Behind Tennessee’s Immigrant and Refugee Propaganda Part 2

TIRRC and its allied organizations

TIRRCs “Countering the Backlash” report alleges that outside organizations have exerted a negative influence in Tennessee pushing and/or inflaming xenophobic, racist, anti-refugee and anti-Muslim rhetoric.

But who supports TIRRC? Answer: George Soros and his front group NEO Philanthropy that gave TIRRC close to $800,000. But even before TIRRC became a Soros agent, they were already advocating the most progressively left, open borders, lawless pro-illegal immigration positions, calling it “family reunification.”

Since the Republicans became the majority party in Tennessees legislature, TIRRC has focused on typical lefty political retribution. They have aggressively opposed the voter ID law, trained community organizers and agitators.

TIRRC’s former lobbyists and community agitators have started their own anti-U.S. organizations growing TIRRCs coalition to now include three that are Muslim-centric in mission and defending against the myth of Islamophobia:

American Center for Outreach (ACO) – started by former TIRRC lobbyist, Remziya Suleyman who brought CAIR to Tennessee to lobby against a 2011 anti-terrorism bill claiming it was an “anti-sharia.” Later she admitted that she, “never knew the concept of sharia.” ACO joined with CAIR demanding that the FBI purge its training materials of all references to the Muslim Brotherhood, jihad, sharia law, and Muslims. In 2014, Paul Galloway, took over ACO.

CAIR has targeted Middle Tennessee, as “arguably one of the most Islamophobic areas in America.”

CAIR remains a named un-indicted co-conspirator in the successful Holy Land Foundation prosecution for raising millions of dollars for HAMAS, a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood. In 1994, CAIRs national director Nihad Awad, a regular visitor to the Murfreesboro mosque, publicly declared his support for HAMAS.

American Muslim Advisory Council (AMAC) – with TIRRC’s help organized a secret meeting with TN Department of Homeland Security regional advisor, James Cotter.

DHS advisory group copy

AMAC developed a partnership with TNDHS Commissioner Bill Gibbons and was invited to help train homeland security personnel. In 2014 AMAC featured U.S. Attorney Bill Killian who, on behalf of Tennessee Islamists, threatened to suppress First Amendment rights using federal civil rights laws to promote politically correct speech about Muslims. That meeting was advertised to the public and an outraged 800+ people showed up to protest. TIRRC claims that Pam Geller and Robert Spencer organized the protest but that was not true nor needed. People showed up on their own to show the federal government that they would not remain voiceless.

AMAC has taken up other political causes such as Medicaid Expansion and refugee resettlement.

Faith and Culture Center (FCC) – started by Daoud Abudiab, a founding member and former chair of AMAC now serving as chair of TIRRC.

FCC’s sole agenda is the promotion of “Our Muslim Neighbor,” a campaign intended to convince communities that Muslims make good neighbors.

The FCC had planned an Islamophobia conference for the fall 2015, but renamed it after the jihadi murder of U.S. soldiers in Chattanooga. Insisting that the Chattanooga jihad had nothing to do with Muslims or Islam, FCC renamed their event “Our Muslim Neighbor: Creating a Community of Inclusion in Middle Tennessee.”

TIRRC, AMAC and ACO are housed together in Casa Azafran, the building owned by Conexion Americas, a comprehensive and influential Tennessee Latino advocacy organization headquartered in Nashville. The founder of Conexion Americas is also the chair of the radically anti-U.S. National Council of La Raza whose name means “The Race.” TIRRC and Conexion Americas are both local affiliates of La Raza.

La Raza lobbies for Hispanic racial preferences, bilingual education, mass immigration and amnesty for illegal aliens. La Raza’s commentary and position statements characterize the U.S. as a nation with widespread white racism and discrimination. The organization has opposed most of the post 9/11 U.S. counterterrorism efforts.

In Tennessee, lobbyists and members of TIRRC, AMAC and ACO are indistinguishable in their political endeavors and the positions they advocate.

For example, TIRRCs 2012 community organizer, Drost Kokoye, was a founding board member of AMAC, a board member of ACO, and former civic engagement coordinator for ACO. During ACO’s last voter registration drive, Kokoye, a vocal anti-Semite who organized a Nashville pro-HAMAS rally, advised voter registrants that they could misrepresent registration information to better fit a political agenda.

Drost Kokoye’s take on our Constitution:

drost on constitution

Is this TIRRC’s stand too?

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