MPAC Conference Bombs in Long Beach
On Saturday, the Muslim Brotherhood-aligned Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) held their annual conference in Long Beach. Below is a description from someone (I won’t tell who) who was there. (I have deleted first names.)
(Deleted) and I attended one of the panel discussions at the MPAC Convention in Long Beach. We were underwhelmed. There were maybe 75 people with seating and multiple projection screens for several hundred. The panel discussed the trade-off between engagement and resistance for Muslims to gain acceptance in America. The bottom line was that Muslims should seek out alliances with any wiling minority group because of their commonality with Muslims. (Deleted) wanted to ask if or why they would align with the LGBTQ movement, but of course the panel ran out of time before questions could be asked. The tenor of the discussion and the composition of the panel was so vanilla, the whole discussion could have easily been about how Methodists could make friends in their own neighborhoods. No beards, no hijabs.
(Deleted) did a yeoman’s job of designing, printing, and delivering the attached brochure hand-out. (Deleted) and I managed to place some in the restrooms, on seats in the conference room, and on car windshields. (Deleted) might want to add this brochure to his CJC website. I had hoped that the voters would turn away more of the Muslim candidates in the midterms, but their showing was impressive (scary) for their small numbers.
Still, the only way Muslims can gain acceptance in the U.S. continues to be through denying and distancing themselves from the central tenets of their ideology – intolerance of non-Muslims, perpetual “jihad” to advance Islam, and shameless deceit.”