Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Daisy's "Khan" Game: Still Bamboozling Infidels After All These Years

Some years ago, Ms. Khan and her cleric hubby, Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, were the driving force behind the notorious Ground Zero mosque. Fortunately, sanity prevailed, and construction of what amounted to a symbol of Islamic triumphalism on this hallowed ground never came to pass.

Don't think for a moment, though, that that put Daisy and her man off their game. They regrouped and reconstituted themselves as, what else?, Muslims who were more than keen to partake in the "interfaith" crapola.

Here, for instance, is a recent tweet by Ms. Khan, who now heads up something called WISE:
Enjoyed being with great faith leaders to pave the way forward in america post
That's right, Daisy Khan is currently schmoozing with the "interfaith"-minded at the Obama White House.

The reason why that's problematic is outlined in a Forbes exposé of the woman from back in '10 (my bolds):
Khan, wife of imam Feisal Abdul Rauf and his partner in creating the Cordoba House Islamic center on the edges of Ground Zero, has (if this profile is to be believed) one true goal: Islam uber alles.   The organization she presides over seeks to glorify Muslims, not (as she claims) to promote interfaith projects. Her focus is Islam, not America.  She has skipped out on work (she boasts), shirking her obligations to her clients and her employers, abandoning her responsibilities as a member of American secular society, secretly slipping out of her office in order to attend prayer sessions at a local mosque – while, of course, accepting full salary for a job she only performed part-time.  Imagine if a Catholic, a Protestant, a Jew, tried to get away with that.
Apparently, the Obama White House is incapable of conducting the most cursory Google search by way of vetting "interfaith" participants. One hopes that a Trump White House will give Daisy, who, of course, is a member of that newly formed Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council, a harder time--and a much wider berth.

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