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Muslim Patrol: First Signs of the US’s Destruction

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NEW YORK – February 5, 2019

Do you think it could only apply to Europe? Even today, you can see how a small Muslim community is gradually being introduced into the US security system.

The self-funded group sees itself as a district watch. And despite a wave of resentment and anxiety, patrol cars have already been spotted in Brooklyn for no reason.

One of the patrol members Maeen Ali openly said he's consumed only by thoughts of his four children's safety.

This explains a lot when Muslims unite to protect their children and the community as a whole. This makes a big difference between Christians and Muslims.

"That just boiled inside of me," said Ali, 38, who moved to the United States from Yemen in 1990. "That's when I said to myself that it was really important to come out and protect Muslims in the community."

He added, "I have to stand up."

The new patrol organization, Muslim Community Patrol & Services, is currently made up of 30 people. The main places of patrol will be several areas in Brooklyn. The organization is expected to eventually increase from two to five or more cars by the end of the month. Subsequently, the group says, it plans to operate throughout all of NYC.

At the moment, the group has the support of the Police Department, Brooklyn district President Eric L. Adams and assistant chief Brian J. Conroy, commander of the Brooklyn South patrol. Recently, a training was held under the leadership of officers from the Police Department's 72nd Precinct. The words of the patrol's official website state: "To save one life is like saving all of mankind" ~Quran (5:32).

Muslim Patrol: First Signs of the US’s Destruction

In addition, as it turns out, most of the time the group representatives will be sitting in Ford Tauruses detailed to look like police cars with red and white emergency lights.

The group's 31-year-old vice president Noor Rabah living in Sunset Park said: "It will like a neighborhood watch but on steroids."

As is already clear from the spread of rumors about the patrol, the reaction was mixed even among the Muslim community. Some criticized and questioned the necessity of the patrol, while others were extremely outraged by the creation of the patrol by Muslims.

Muslim Patrol: First Signs of the US’s Destruction

Some opinions were extremely negative.

Muslim Patrol: First Signs of the US’s Destruction

Patrol representatives made some attempts to convince people that it is only a help for the police and was done only to protect people.

Like the Shomrim that patrols largely Hasidic neighborhoods in Brooklyn and the Brooklyn Asian Safety Patrol that operates mainly in Sunset Park, the new group -- believed to be the first of its kind in the country -- hopes to function as extra sets of eyes and ears for the police, said Rabah.

The group leaders also noted that the patrol does not require money, the group is self-funded and uses donations to buy cars and dark blue uniforms for its members, many of which are linked to the Muslim community center in Sunset Park.

The patrol promises to be unarmed, as well as to have full consent with the Police Department. Volunteers plan to work in shifts, watching over arrival and dismissal times at three Islamic schools in Brooklyn and conducting patrols from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., mostly near mosques and bus and subway stops in Bay Ridge and Sunset Park, where there are large Muslim populations. It will also link residents to food pantries, mentorship programs and counseling services. It aims to serve anyone who needs help, Rabah said, not just Muslims.

"Presence is prevention," Rabah said. "Just us being around should deter the average criminal mind of doing something to harm another person."

No date has been finalized for the start of patrols, Rabah added. Before the rollout, members will attend community board meetings to explain the patrol’s mission and to answer questions from residents. On Friday, the group met with members of the influential Arab American Association of New York, whose vice president, Habib Joudeh, had said he was not told about the patrol group until after the backlash prompted by the photo of the car.

"We know our place: We are not cops," he said. "We are simply patrollers for the community that also serve as the eyes and ears for the N.Y.P.D."

So, what will it really be?

Hostility to the patrol has already arisen after the far right Canadian site Rebel Media published a fragment on YouTube using the Muslim patrol. Nasty online comments included accusations that the group was a screen for Sharia, and worse.

Somia Elrowmeim, the adult education and women’s empowerment manager at the Arab American Association of New York, based in Bay Ridge, said a single misstep from the patrol could reflect poorly on the city’s entire Muslim community. She said more outreach to community leaders was essential before patrols began operating.

In a separate interview, Rabah, a funeral organizer for the Janazah Project, said the Muslim Community Patrol had been a long-held dream of his and others. A series of sensational 2016 attacks, including the murder of an imam and his assistant in Queens and an arson attack on a Muslim woman dressed in traditional garb in Manhattan, gave energy to their cause, he said.

Are you already shocked by this? New York City is home to an estimated 769,000 Muslims. They make up about 9% of the city's population, but represent 22% of all Muslims living in the United States, according to Muslims for American Progress.

In 2017, the city registered 14 cases of anti-Muslim bias, according to the annual report of the Police Department. In the past year, the figure was 14.

Afaf Nasher, executive director of the New York chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations, said the actual number of hate crimes is likely much higher since bias attacks often go unreported. Still, she said she saw the community patrol as more than just a response to discrimination and attacks against Muslims; it was also reflective of a desire to participate and engage with society in deep, meaningful ways.

Are you shocked? The patrol doesn’t even seem to try to hide that it intends to work against the population who are prejudiced against Muslims. Can you imagine how they will operate?

n the US, there is a law that prevents the work of organizations illegally declaring themselves to be the police or even "police assistants,” and private security is licensed and regulated in most states. However, they are officially only a "patrol,” not openly claiming to be the police.  

So, a "Muslim security company" at least would be highly unusual to say the least, if not illegal. NY Penal Law 190.25 - Criminal Impersonation in the second degree reads:

3. (a) Pretends to be a public servant, or wears or displays without authority any uniform, badge, insignia or facsimile thereof by which such public servant is lawfully distinguished, or falsely expresses by his words or actions that he is a public servant or is acting with approval or authority of a public agency or department; and (b) so acts with intent to induce another to submit to such pretended official authority, to solicit funds or to otherwise cause another to act in reliance upon that pretense.

The logical then question is, why can't there be a Christian patrol?

Recall that there is a Jewish patrol Shomrim in Brooklyn. In 2010, the control panel received a call with the message: "A man masturbated in a gray Hyundai next to several children on the street in Borough Park."

In response to the radio signal, several members of the Brooklyn Southern Security Patrol, a Hasidic surveillance group, jumped into their cars and headed for the scene. Arriving in uniform and skullcaps, they surrounded Hyundai, but the driver tried to escape. When they chased him and grabbed him, the man pulled out a gun. Four of the patrolmen, who were called "guards" in Hebrew, were wounded in close combat. In the days that followed, they were hailed as heroes by a parade of politicians.

That was in September 2010. But three years later, when the case of the offender David Flores got to court, there was a very different story.

The defendant's lawyer claimed that he had not exposed himself, but instead had been preemptively attacked and fired his weapon only in self-defense. The audio recording entered as evidence contained a 911 call from a witness who reported that Shomrim had repeatedly kicked Flores, beaten him while dragging him out of the car.

When the jury reached a verdict, he acquitted the accused of assault, attempted murder and falsehood; He was convicted only on charges of possession of weapons. When the jury left the courtroom, some of them were so upset that they stopped to hug the defendant's mother.

"Shomrim can't decide if they're going to be a judge, jury, and executioner in the middle of the street," one of the jurors told the Daily News.

Flores's case was neither the first nor the last to tell controversial stories about Shomrim, who since the 1970s has served as a sort of auxiliary police force for ultra-Orthodox Jews who live in Brooklyn neighborhoods like Borough Park, crown heights, Flatbush, and Williamsburg.

Independent non-profit groups, security companies or patrols generally consider themselves 21st century security services designed to protect the island population, whose culture is rooted in pre-industrial Europe. They use modern tools like Twitter feeds and two-way radios to chase robbers, protect against vandals, find missing Alzheimer's patients, and control crowds at Torah processions and other major events.

Muslim Patrol: First Signs of the US’s Destruction

Since we clearly see the example of modern Europe, it is unlikely that anyone wants to repeat its sad experience with the adoption of Muslims in their cities. As you know, they have almost completely captured Europe.

We are also talking about racial and ethnic issues, which in the United States have always been at a high level. As long as we see the fragmentation between the White House and the federal government, it looks like the patrol will exist. As long as the government doesn't want to allocate funds to build the wall, patrol and other racial minorities will be taking over the US. No one will notice it happening.

"We believe that a large number of Muslims necessarily leads to parallel societies. We do not see these people as refugees, we see them as Muslim invaders. Multiculturalism is just an illusion," the German newspaper Welt said two years ago.

As of 2010, there were an estimated 1.6 billion Muslims around the world, making Islam the world’s second-largest religious tradition after Christianity. And although many people, especially in the United States, may associate Islam with countries in the Middle East or North Africa, nearly two-thirds (62%) of Muslims live in the Asia-Pacific region, according to the Pew Research Center analysis. In fact, more Muslims live in India and Pakistan (344 million combined) than in the entire Middle East-North Africa region (317 million).

However, the Middle East-North Africa region has the highest concentration of Muslims of any region of the world: 93% of its approximately 341 million inhabitants are Muslim, compared with 30% in sub-Saharan Africa and 24% in the Asia-Pacific region.

Muslims make up a majority of the population in 49 countries around the world. The country with the largest number (about 209 million) is Indonesia, where 87.2% of the population identifies as Muslim. India has the world’s second-largest Muslim population in raw numbers (roughly 176 million), though Muslims make up just 14.4% of India’s total population.

Pew Research Center uses an array of surveys, census reports, population registers and other data sources to estimate numbers of Muslims and other religious groups around the world, the goal being to count all groups and people who self-identify with a particular religion. The figures presented here are as of 2010.

Muslim Patrol: First Signs of the US’s Destruction

Looking ahead, the Center estimates that by 2050 the number of Muslims worldwide will grow to 2.76 billion, or 29.7% of world’s population. The share of the world’s Muslims who live in sub-Saharan Africa will increase from 15.5% in 2010 to 24.3%. Asia, which is currently home to more of the world’s Muslims (61.7%) than all the other regions combined, will continue to host a majority of the world’s Muslims, albeit with a smaller share (52.8%). As for the Middle East and North Africa, the region will roughly maintain its share of the world’s Muslims, rising only slightly from 19.8% to 20.0% in 2050.

Just 0.2% of the world’s Muslims live in North America. In the U.S., Muslims are projected to double from 0.9% of the population in 2010 to 2.1% by 2050 based on recent demographic and migration patterns.

Go on. Do you remember Iran's announcement to unite against the US? Everyone remembers that.

"The Iranian nation has successfully resisted attempts by the United States and other arrogant States to humiliate it," said Iran's Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

This statement was the reaction of the Iranian authorities to Trump’s statement that the Middle East "will not last a week without the help of Washington."

"Such words are humiliating for Muslims," Khamenei added. The spiritual leader of the country noted that the region "continues the war between the countries that are united by Islam."

It looks like the company has started, and what's more, these are the first signs of the seizure of the US. If Europe is already controlled by Islam, then the US is next.

Author: USA Really