March 7, 2019

Terrorists in the “Best Small Town in America”

Denton, Texas was ranked the Number 1 “Best Small Town in America” by Rand McNally and USA Today in 2012.

Today, Denton and Denton County are home to several terrorist front organizations, including the Islamic Society of Denton.

The Islamic Society of Denton was formed in 1980 and opened its doors in the summer of 1981 as a subsidiary of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).

The By-Laws of the Muslim Brotherhood state they were created to “establish Allah’s law (sharia) in the land” and “fight the tyrants and enemies of Allah as a prelude to establishing the Islamic State.”

In other words, the Muslim Brotherhood has the same objective as Al Qaeda and the Islamic State.

The Islamic Society of Denton’s website has a section entitled “Human Rights in Islam.”

In this section, the Islamic Society of Denton states, “It is important to point out here that enforcement of the laws about human rights in a Muslim society is linked inextricably with the sincere commitment to the implementation of Islamic laws and principles in letter and spirit. Some people take only what serves their own interests. Others may just pretend that they are implementing some Islamic teachings and principles but, in reality, are trying to destroy or distort and manipulate Islam from within, and hamper just implementation of Islamic laws. They are not examples of the defense of the human rights in Islam.

In other words, the Islamic Society of Denton defines “human rights” as the implementation of sharia (Islamic Law), which is contrary to the International Declaration of Human Rights, the U.S. Constitution, U.S. Federal Code, and Texas state laws.

Furthermore, under the section “The Judicial System in Islam” the Islamic Society of Denton publishes the entire Cairo Declaration of Human Rights in Islam, in which “human rights” is also defined as the implementation of sharia (Islamic Law).

The last two articles of the Cairo Declaration read:

Article Twenty-Four:   All rights and freedoms listed in this Declaration are comprehensible within the framework of Shari’ah laws and principles.Article Twenty-five:  Shari’ah laws and principles are the only source for the interpretation or clarification for any article of this Declaration.”

The Islamic Society of Denton is making clear to muslims that human rights is only viewed through the lens of sharia (Islamic Law).

With this in mind, here are a few of the items directly from authoritative Islamic Law:

“Jihad means to war against non-muslims…jihad is a communal obligation (o9.1)…jihad is personally obligatory (09.2)…” [Reliance of the Traveller, Islamic Sacred Law, o9.0, published in Beltsville, MD]

“When a person who has reached puberty and is sane voluntarily apostatizes from Islam, he deserves to be killed.” [Reliance of the Traveller, o8.0]

“Beheading. This is execution by decapitation and is applied in hudud to persons convicted of apostasy.” [Islamic Criminal Law: The Hudud, p220, Malaysia, Sidahmad]

“The following are not subject to retaliation (4) a father or mother for killing their offspring or offspring’s offspring.”  [Reliance of the Traveller, o1.2]

“Crucifixion. This is to put to death by nailing or binding the offender’s hands and feet to a cross.” [Islamic Criminal Law: The Hudud, p225, Malaysia, Sidahmad]

“Permissible Lying…it is permissible to lie if the goal is permissible and obligatory to lie if the goal is obligatory.”  [Reliance of the Traveller, r8.2]

The Islamic Society of Denton, like the thousands of other Muslim Brotherhood organizations around America teaches sharia is obligatory for all muslims to follow, including the command that war must be waged against the non-muslim community until sharia is the law of the land.

Like many Muslim Brotherhood organizations around America, some muslims who receive this message act on it.

The Boston Marathon Bombers were supported by the Islamic Society of Boston as well as the Muslim American Society.

Nidal Hasan, who killed 14 people and wounded 32 others at Fort Hood, Texas, was supported by the Dar al Hijra Islamic Center in Falls Church, Virginia. The Muslim Brotherhood’s Dar al Hijra also served as home base for two of the 9/11 hijackers Nawaf al-Hazmi and Hani Hanjour.

The Islamic Society of Chattanooga produced Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, who killed four (4) Marines and one (1) Navy sailor in Chattanooga, Tennessee on an attack at recruiting depots there.

The Muslim Students Association has produced numerous terrorists not the least of which is its former National President Abdurahman Alamoudi who now sits in federal prison as a former financier for Al Qaeda.

All of these terrorists (“jihadis” in Islam) all believed they were commanded by allah to wage war against non-muslims, which is exactly what Muslim Brotherhood organizations teach.

The Islamic Society of Denton is no exception.

In 2016, one of its trainees, Peshwaz Azad Waise, made “terroristic threats” at a local hospital and courthouse in Denton, Texas.

While the long-standing leader of the Islamic Society of Denton, Imam Mohamed Fouad, tried to distance himself and the mosque from Waise’s terrorism, Fouad did say that “unlike Christianity, Islam does not allow just anyone to preach scripture. Those who teach Islam are supposed to be scholars trained extensively in the religion.”

So Fouad knows sharia and knows it is obligatory to lie if it advances Islam. Fouad also knows jihad is obligatory and, therefore, what Waise did was lawful in Islam.

All Muslim Brotherhood organizations like the Islamic Society of Boston, the Muslim American Society, the Muslim Students Association, the Islamic Society of Chattanooga, the Dar al Hijra Islamic Center, and the Islamic Society of Denton all have three (3) things in common: (1) they all teach it is obligatory for muslim to wage war against non-muslims; (2) they all have had jihadis violently act out on their teachings; and (3) they are all still operating in American communities.

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About JG
John Guandolo is a US Naval Academy graduate, served as an Infantry/Reconnaissance officer in the United States Marines and is a combat veteran, served as a Special Agent in the FBI from 1996-2008, and was recruited out of the FBI by the Department of Defense to conduct strategic analysis of the Islamic threat. He is the President and Founder of Understanding the Threat (UTT).
11 Comments
  1. John Guandolo, thank you for your continued service to this nation and to humanity, hopefully people will wake up to see the truth before it is too late. May God richly bless you and your family!👍👌🇺🇸🇮🇱

  2. Joseph Pradarits March 8, 2019 at 7:37 am Reply

    Great article. More Americans need to understand the threat that is already here.

  3. OPINION:

    When James Madison wrote the 17 Constitutional Amendments of which only 10 would end up as the “Bill of Rights”, Muslims had been on their global homicidal rampage in support of sharia adherence for over 11 centuries. Thus by virtue of his 15 reasons Madison relied on with respect to effectively prohibiting the Congress from qualifying the 1st Amendment term “free exercise thereof”, respecting religion, it seems patently clear that he didn’t have a clue as to the inevitable horror his contextual lack of understanding the threat would bequeath to the country.

    Furthermore, the burgeoning existential disaster in Denton, Texas, and indeed in most other States, is naively riveted in the minds of the American people to Madison’s “Memorial and Remonstrance Against Religion Assessments”, I.e., a paper he wrote in 1785 directed to the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia, not to the reality of hate reflective of the Saudi Arabian Government funded 9/11 attacks elucidated by the so-called “28-pages”, and comprising a 17.5-year war* we are obviously losing!

    *Arabic-to-English translated verbatim copies of Islam’s declaration of war on the United States & Western Civilization, the original of which was seized in accordance with a federal search warrant from a subterranean basement in Annandale, Virginia by special agents of the FBI, in 2004, are available for a nominal handling ^ postage fee by contacting http://www.securefreedom.org to request: GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT 003-0085 3:04-CR-240-G U.S. v. HLF, et al.

  4. Nothing is being done about the HUGE problem. Not even under Trump’s leadership.

    A total failure of leadership in our day.

    • We citizens must act in a concerted and organized effort. Stay with UTT to get and understand the battle plan for winning this war!

  5. […] UTT Denton, Texas was ranked the Number 1 “Best Small Town in America” by Rand McNally and USA Today in 2012. […]

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  7. I will get right to the point and not waste your time. I am fully engaged in combating the threat by understanding the threat. We have a big fight to win, but with the law of the land casting destructive ignorance onto our court system and way of life, we are doomed and history will unfortunately be repeated if we don’t take action now.

    Our courts and American jurisprudence play a crucial role in how society is structured. One state follows the outcome of another state’s court cases and so forth. Interpretation is key to winning the fight against terrorism in America and setting foreign policy to fight terrorism around the world.

    As I understand, religion is defined as “One’s conscience and beliefs, which are subject to change from day-to-day.” I am afraid that the law only sees half of the problem concerning separation of church and state. The law of the land could be blind to the fact that, one’s conscience and beliefs, which are not subject to change from day-to-day, should be the definition for ‘State’, ‘Governance’, ‘Mandate’, ‘Subjugation’, ‘Consequence’, ‘License’, ‘Restriction’ and so on.

    Given the definition above, one can then understand how to separate powers (church and state). Bliss ignorance of these simple definitions of church and state will inevitably lead to erosion of our inalienable rights as Americans. Furthermore, knowledge of these definitions and understanding them will allow our law makers and politicians to set policy to combat and neutralize an over-reaching authority by the church. Law enforcement and legal analysts can then use these definitions to determine if crimes [Usurpation of Lawful Local, State or Federal Authority by a Religious Organization] are being committed against the state and the people.

    One such example of the use of these definitions is FGM. In the United States, FGM cannot be allowed by law since the cultural group performing such acts cannot prove that such a cultural tradition is a conscience and belief, which is subject to change from day-to-day. Since this practice by the group, due to cultural tradition, is not subject to change from day-to-day, it must be considered a part of state, governance, law, subjugation, force, mandate, etc. The practice of FGM by any group inside the United States must then be treated as a crime against the state [Usurpation of Lawful Local, State or Federal Authority by a Religious Organization].

    Here is another example. A mosque wants to blast its call to prayer five times per day, even during hours of peace (after 10PM). No other church wishes to engage in this activity out of respect for local laws. The mosque, however, argues that it is part of their mandated cultural tradition to blast the call. Using the definition for religion above, the mosque must prove that these calls to prayer are the group’s conscience and beliefs, which are subject to change from day-to-day. The mosque will lose its case with local authorities because its practice is mandated by its cultural tradition or the practice is considered the group’s conscience and beliefs, which are not subject to change from day-to-day. The mosque cannot continue to usurp local authority as that would be considered a crime.

    Combating jihad from a legal perspective boils down to two important ideas: Church and State. These ideas and their meaning must be clear to our local, state and federal law enforcement officials. These ideas must also be clear to our local, state and federal policy makers. We need leaders that will give these ideas serious attention.

    Organizations like UTT can be a platform for getting this important message out to anyone needing this education, including policy makers, law enforcement agencies and the people at large. I will protect freedom, always! I will never tolerate usurpation, ever!

    I have been working in the Middle-East since 2010 and have also been aware of the jihad threat since the early 1990’s.

  8. Islam should not be considered a religion as such. It is and always has been a cult determined to control the world! It is a danger to all non-believers and and must be controlled or eradicated!

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