Since Barack Obama no longer has to worry about getting re-elected, he will attend a mosque in Baltimore sometime this week.
The official talking points of Obama visit to the Islamic Society of Baltimore mosque aka Masjid Al-Rahmah is to stand with fellow Muslims against what has been ordained anti-Islamic rhetoric from Republicans and “to celebrate the contributions Muslim Americans make to our nation and reaffirm the importance of religious freedom to our way of life.”
Washington Times by Dave Boyer
“The president will hold a roundtable with community members and deliver remarks, where he will reiterate the importance of staying true to our core values — welcoming our fellow Americans, speaking out against bigotry, rejecting indifference, and protecting our nation’s tradition of religious freedom,” the White House aide said […]
Sounds more like a photo op and campaign stop for U.N. Secretary, Ban Ki-Moon’s soon to vacant seat at the United Nations.
In any event, knowing the company that Obama keeps, if you are concerned about the Islamic Society of Baltimore mosque’s radical ties, as pointed out by The Daily Caller, much of this mosque’s content on YouTube and Facebook has either been removed or privatized (see below).
…not long after the announcement, The Daily Caller reported that the ISB has some questionable past ties. Among them, the mosque is a member of a network controlled by a group named as an unindicted co-conspirator in a 2008 terror case and also had a long-serving imam with numerous ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Things have taken an even more suspicious turn now that ISB has apparently removed and/or privatized all content from its official YouTube channel.
However, a cached version is still available from Google and reveals a plethora of previously uploaded videos and “liked” content:
AFTER THE SCRUBBING:
BEFORE THE SCRUBBING:
According to the Jewish Press, “two of the greatest supporters and promoters of a global Islamic caliphate spoke at ISB” on at least one occasion, i.e., Dr. Israr Ahmed and Anwar al-Awlaki.