[Radical Muslims collaborated with “Black Lives Matter” group in the massacre of Dallas Police Officers.]
Reports are starting to surface about a connection between an Islamic Mosque located on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and the tragic events that unfolded on July 7 in downtown Dallas during the Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests. Witnesses in Dallas who attended the protest report flyers written in both Arabic and English were being handed out by BLM protesters. The flyers contain an image of the proper attire to wear when in confrontations with riot police.
The Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and other Islamic civil rights groups have long publicly stated their support for the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, but these flyers show the two groups could be directly working with each other to promote violence and usurpation across America. CAIR has been able to effectively link their own propaganda efforts against “Islama-phobia” with the anti-racism cause of the Black Lives Matter movement.
We can see this chilling progression in an article written by Kyle Shidler on March 17 for the Townhall news site where he says, “last week’s protest of a Donald Trump rally in Chicago demonstrated a growing nexus between Islamist groups in the United States and the radical leftist Black Lives Matter movement.” He continues by addressing a joint conference in 2015 where a leader of the Muslim American Society (MAS), Khaliah Sabra, openly discussed the importance of Muslim support for the Black Lives Matter movement. During his speech, Khaliah also urged for a “revolution” comparing the situation in the United States to the Muslim Brotherhood-led Arab Spring revolutions.
Ever since the riots in Ferguson where Michael Brown was shot by officers and the BLM movement formed, we can see a direct involvement of Islamic groups with the Black Lives Matter groups. The CAIR executive director, Nihad Awad, attended Michael Brown’s funeral and organized several Islamic groups behind the BLM efforts to gain justice for Michael Brown.
On September 2, 2015 CAIR leaders and members joined the BLM members in a march on the California state capitol targeting Gov. Jerry Brown’s office over a new bill that would expand bans on racial profiling to include perceived ethnicity. Other protests and marches organized by the BLM can also be linked to CAIR either through a show of support publicly or a direct involvement in the streets.
There have been several attempts at kicking off a revolution in the urban centers of America since Ferguson, but none have gained any traction as police and government officials have been quick to arrest offenders. They have also maintained public relations brilliantly by releasing public statements quickly; dissolving any further notions of violence against the police or government officials. However, we must take a strong look at the involvement of foreign groups and understand their true motives behind these protests. We must look at the causes of these violent outbreaks and understand the reasons behind them. Do these people truly hate law enforcement or have they been conditioned to do so by influential people acting on behalf of civil rights movements?