Let’s look at things and assess the situation. Links are provided. We don’t want you to miss them. They are important, this isn’t CNN. Here is how the US Federal Government defines Domestic Terrorism: 18 U.S.C. § 2331 – U.S. Code – Unannotated Title 18. Crimes and Criminal Procedure §.
Since the earliest days of the Obama administration, the (left) Democrats have been moving to establish a Socialist Democracy in the United States. Let’s face it, Obama wore many hats.
Iran is a Socialist country and its powers-to-be are constantly and consistently oppressing its people. It’s easily seen by the number of protestors in the streets of Iran over the last few days that have been crying out for the removal of the Iranian leadership. Those people know that a Socialist country is not a good thing. It’s no secret that Obama paid Iran billions of dollars in bribe money. It could have been tracked to if it were electronically transferred to Iran. Cash only lets them spend it wherever and with whomever, and with no oversight or future explanation of what it was spent on. One thing is certain, they didn’t spend it on the people of Iran.
Over the last few days President Trump has ordered attacks on the enemies of the United States and its citizens abroad. After instituting these attacks the President has come under extreme scrutiny and prejudices of the Democrat controlled House. So let’s take a look at the reality of the situation, and in doing so we will also discover the Democratic Party’s inability to know and speak the truth.
India, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narenda Modi, passed a bill called the Citizenship Amendment Bill which gave citizen rights to Hindus and other minorities but not to Muslims. Two hundred thousand Muslims live in India and have citizenship but they are only 20% of the population. They want equal rights and are demonstrating against this bill. Through this bill India controls immigration to prevent the nation from becoming Muslim.
Not only Jews, but all people can learn from Shlomo Carlbach, a singer, Rabbi and spiritual leader. Born to a Religious Chassidic family dynasty, Shlomo Carlbach learned the way of authentic Judaism at a young age. He studied in the most prestigious Torah schools in America including Lakewood Yeshiva and Lubavitch. At some point in his life he rebelled against Ultra-Orthodox Judaism and established a new approach toward Judaism, progressive Jewish spirituality.
In America the Supreme Court ruled in the time of the Bush Administration that separation of sexes is not always illegal discrimination. In the Supreme Court case called “Brown vs. Board of Education” the courts ruled that separation of people based on color of skin was racist. The attempt to use this legal ruling in other situations was limited in later court rulings. It was ruled that separation of sexes should be allowed in secular and religious schools for many reasons. In a concert it may also be allowed that sometimes it can prevent interactions between these sexes which may become disturbing. Only separations which have in them racism are forbidden which is not the case of separation of sexes.
The world lived without religion until the establishment of Judaism the first monotheistic religion. Even for four hundred years in Israel before the temple was built in Jerusalem in the period called Judges there was no organized religion about which it says Judges:21:25, “And in those days there was no king in Israel, every man did that which was right in his own eyes.” There was opposition in Israel against the establishment of the kingship but in the end religion was established on earth beginning with Judaism. For better or for worse, like it or not, religion is today a reality.
Islam is the third largest religion in the United States, after Christianity and Judaism. In 2017, a study estimated 3.4 million Muslims were living in the US, amounting to approximately 1.1 percent of the U.S. population.
Muslims in the United States come from varied backgrounds. A study by the Institute for Social Policy found that American Muslims are the only faith-based community with no majority race, being 25% black, 24% white, 18 % Asian, 18% Arab, 7% mixed race, and 5% Hispanic. Muslims in the United States are 50/50 native born vs. foreign born.