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Creeping Sharia Texas Style – Creates a Spiritual War on Steroids
Creeping Sharia grew during the 1960’s when the Ismaili communities in the U.S. met with the arrival of Muslim students in every state, especially Texas, many worked or studied at the Texas Medical Center.
For decades, the USA Jamat – aka Islamic Congregations have organized and collaborated with state and local governments, universities, museums, and faith organizations to further develop a greater communications regarding cultural and educational events. Texas leads the nation in spending on social programs per capita, including public education.
Did you know that Houston is home to one of the largest Ismaili Muslim populations in North America?
Houston Texas will soon be the First “ISMAILI Center” in the United States. There are six other centers around the world; Dubai, Dushanbe, Lisbon, London, Tajikistan and Vancouver. Their narrative reads ” The Ismaili Centers are symbolic markers of the permanent presence and core values of Ismaili communities around the world. Incorporating spaces for social and cultural gatherings, intellectual engagement and reflection, as well as spiritual contemplation, they are bridges of friendship and understanding, and serve to enhance relationships among faith communities, government and civil society.”
In 2002, the Sugar Land suburb of Houston built a Ismaili Jamatkhana and Center that cost $10 million, on an 11.5 acre property, on First Colony Boulevard, and was considered being the largest in America.
The “Ismaili Jamatkhana and Center”, was opened, by Governor Rick Perry and Mawlana Hazar Imam. During that address, Gov.Perry stated ” This new Center will leave a lasting imprint on Texas. It will promote the virtues of your faith, it will further the cause of peace and understanding, and it will reflect gloriously upon this Texas we love.”
The Center also serves as the Administrative center for the Aga Khan Council for the United States of America, which oversees the activities of the Ismaili community in this country, more here.
Today, nearly half of all Texans are either African American, Latino, and a swiftly growing Muslim community, who traditionally vote Democratic, talk about strategically and politically transforming the remaining population of Anglos, Asian and Native Americans and others.
In the past, when you thought about Houston Texas, images of oil, cowboys, rodeos, the Johnson Space Center and the Bush family dynasty come to mind, but the American tapestry changes by the day, as Texas Muslim communities are growing by leaps and bounds.
Currently, there is now a new “Mega Mosque” Ismaili Center, on the planning & design drawing table, projected for completion around 2030 for the city of Houston Texas and will be the home of an 11 acre site along the city’s main waterway, the Buffalo Bayou.
The Ismailis state for the record there are about 20 million individuals belonging to the community, hence making this the second largest in the Shiite branch of Islam.
With the creeping of Sharia, many Texan conservatives are watching their state strategically and politically becoming over run by Muslims.
Simply put, Americans are witnessing the transformation of Europe being overrun by religious radicals, Christians who believe in Jesus Christ, the son of God, will NEVER buy into Allah and the Quran, but many countries as well as states are battling the Muslim population explosion.
In life we tend to judge others by the company they keep, as Americans, our experience with the United Nations has grown tumultuous because we have exposed them for what they are, globalists and NWO, just like a thief in the night they are the Trojan Horse, well it appears that the Houston Ismaili Jamatkhana Center and the United Nations have a relationship.
“Please join us as we inaugurate and celebrate the United Nations International Day of Education on January 24, 2019 from 10AM to 12PM at the Ismaili Jamatkhana and Center. In December 2018, the United Nations General Assembly adopted with consensus a resolution proclaiming 24 January as International Day of Education, in celebration of the role of education for peace and development.
President of the United Nations Association-Houston, Daniel Stoecker along with other inspiring students, faculty, and educators will address the audience. “Excellence in Education” themed event will highlight students and individuals, who have made significant difference in the society due to their education. This a free and open to the public event. Light lunch will be provided. RSVP at Eventbrite link.”
“Houston, Feb 7, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) DLR Group/Westlake Reed Leskosky announced it has been selected by The Ismaili Council for the USA to lead design of the Ismaili Center in Houston alongside London based design architect Farshid Moussavi and landscape architect Nelson Byrd Woltz.
DLR Group/WRL, which was recently ranked the #1 Cultural design firm by BD World Architecture, was awarded the role of executive architect and architect of record through an international design competition. This will be the second collaboration between DLR Group/WRL and Farshid Moussavi Architecture, following design of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland.”
The Ismaili Muslims are a culturally diverse community living in over 25 countries around the world. They adhere to a 1,400 year tradition of Shi’a values that are expressed through a commitment to a search for knowledge for the betterment of self and society; embracing pluralism by building peace and working to build and improve communities.
In addition to the United States, many communities of Ismaili Muslims also live in Pakistan, India, the Middle East and Africa. The Ismaili Muslims belong to the Shia branch of Islam. The majority of Muslims are Sunni, like most Muslims, Ismailis believe in one God, Allah, and consider Muhammad the messenger and last prophet of God.
They believe the Quran as the revelation of God to Muhammad. Ismaili Muslims also consider the Aga Khan the hereditary leader of the faith and a descendent of Muhammad.
“The Ismaili Center will be a place where Houstonians of all backgrounds, faiths and walks of life will find engaging, thoughtful, and compassionate programs, and people. That will be in keeping with Ismaili values and the values of the Ismaili leader, the Aga Khan, who last visited Houston in March 2018,”
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said, “It’s fitting that the Center will be designed by a world renowned architect who has lived, studied and worked around the world, and the green space will be designed by a landscape architect who has already worked on a major Houston park. This is a milestone for our city.” Ismaili Centers are symbolic markers of the permanent presence and core values of the Ismaili community around the world.
Contrary to what the growing Ismaili Muslim Community believes, American Christians will Never trade our belief in Jesus Christ the son of God in for Allah, this is our sacred connection, we live and die by it, what’s transforming in America is a Spiritual war on Steroids and we will be monitoring the politics of this very closely!
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