Jimmy Carter Tells Islamic Society: The Principles of Allah 'Will Bring Peace and Justice to All'
Over the weekend, former President Jimmy Carter addressed the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) in Detroit. He told the assembly that the principles of Allah will benefit the whole world.
Jimmy Carter left the Southern Baptist Church a few years back, citing its "rigid" views. Muslim views tend to be a whole lot more "rigid." For instance, Saudi Arabia doesn't allow Christians to build any churches. Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood supporters are waging pogroms against Christians. If a Muslim leaves Islam, they are called an apostate and are often marked or death. One can be an apostate just by having a Muslim father.
Carter's failed presidency was pretty much ended when the "principles of Allah" manifested themselves in the Iran hostage crisis. Iran's Islamic revolution made that happen.
The Islamic Society of North America is an offshoot of the Muslim Students of America. It denies that the Muslim Brotherhood "controls" it, which leaves lots of room for alliance and influence.
Declassified FBI memos reveal that ISNA has been known to be Muslim Brotherhood front since 1987.
Just a couple of days after Carter made his remarks, the Islamic State beheaded American journalist Steven Sotloff.