This Friday, approximately 20,000 Muslims are expected to descend upon Charlotte, NC for a Jumah prayer at the Democratic National Convention. The event is being hosted by an entity that bills itself as the Bureau of Indigenous Muslim Affairs (BIMA). If you think that name is similar to the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA), you’re not alone.
The only difference between BIMA and IMMA are the words Bureau and Indigenous vs. Institute and Minority. The constant is “Muslim” and “Affairs”. The word “Bureau” in BIMA is best defined as:
an office or agency, esp one providing services for the public
There is also another definition for “Bureau” that might warrant further attention because of where this “Jumah” is taking place – at the convention of one of America’s top two political parties:
a. a government department
b. a branch of a government department
The applicable definition for “Institute” when describing IMMA is:
an organization founded for particular work, such as education, promotion of the arts, or scientific research
How about “Minority” vs. “Indigenous”? With IMMA, “Minority” refers to:
a group that is different racially, politically, etc, from a larger group of which it is a part
The proper definition for “Indigenous” for our purposes is:
originating in and characteristic of a particular region or country; native (often followed by to ): the plants indigenous to Canada; the indigenous peoples of southern Africa.
Note the implication of such a word. It implies that this event is a show of political force because it consists of American citizens who are also Muslims with the power of the vote. It is an active contingency that seeks to have its objectives given voice through the Democratic Party. IMMA was established as an International movement. BIMA is about putting the teachings of the IMMA in America into action.
Remember, the IMMA was founded by a man named Abdullah Omar Naseef, who also founded the Rabita Trust, which financed al-Qaeda and was identified as such an entity one month after 9/11 by the U.S. Treasury Department. The goal of the IMMA – as set forth by the Saudi Royal family’s manifesto – is to transform Muslim minority lands (United States) into Muslim majority lands.
If you still aren’t sure, consider who is at the head of BIMA’s Jumah; his name is Siraj Wahhaj and he is identified as “The Grand Imam” of the event. Wahhaj is on the board of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), has been a member of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), and is tied to the Muslim American Society (MAS), a group founded by Muslim Brotherhood members according to the group’s Secretary-General in 2004 as well as from documents recovered, according to the Investigative Project on Terrorism.
In addition to being named as a possible unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trace Center bombing by U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White, Wahhaj said the following in a speech in 1992 according to Islamic expert Daniel Pipes:
“If we were united and strong, we’d elect our own emir [leader] and give allegiance to him. . . . [T]ake my word, if 6-8 million Muslims unite in America, the country will come to us.”
Does that not fit right in with the agenda of IMMA? Wahhaj has made no secret about wanting to replace the U.S. Constitution with an Islamic Caliphate. Again, this is also the irrefutable goal of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States. The document written by one of its leaders and approved by its Leadership “Shura” Council was presented in a U.S. court of law as evidence in the Holy Land Foundation trial. The goal of the Muslim Brotherhood is to overthrow the United States from within (an indigenous Muslim presence at the DNC seems to reinforce that contention) and the goal of the IMMA is to do the same thing through sheer numbers.
Before we get to the promotional video released by BIMA a couple of months ago, there’s one more thing to mention about Wahhaj. One week after the Fort Hood shootings, Wahhaj was welcomed by none other than New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg for a roundtable discussion about the shootings.
Toward the end of this BIMA promotional video, you will see a man named James Yee. At one point, Yee was an Islamic military chaplain who was approved by a group headed by Abdurahman Alamoudi, a convicted terrorist with irrefutable ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
In this screenshot, take note of the banner behind Yee. The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) was identified as a Muslim Brotherhood group in document presented in the HLF trial; as noted earlier, the Muslim American Society (MAS) is a Muslim Brotherhood group; and if you accept the premise that the ICNA is Muslim Brotherhood, ICNA Sisters Wing would back up Walid’s claims that there is indeed a Muslim Sisterhood.