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How can we pursue Christlikeness in an increasingly hostile culture? I'll talk it over with David Harrell, senior pastor-teacher at Calvary Bible Church and author of the book, "Why America Hates Biblical Christianity." Plus: Muslim extremists want to overturn a Florida law protecting Jews against anti-Semitism. Why hasn't the Florida Democratic Party purged these bullies from its ranks? That's next time on Monday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.

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We want to send 1500 Bibles to Africa through Bible leaves open the floodgates Bibles for Africa campaign. Five dollars sends one Bible call now 800 yes word 800 yes word is our confidence is in Christ alone is the word of God says I saw you know our landing spurred on by Christians and religious freedom were a nation whose Ivy League schools were established by Christians to educate clergy as at Harvard and spread the Christian faith.

In fact, it's been noted that 106 out of the first 108 colleges in America were formed by Christians and built upon the foundation of the Bible.

My how times have changed and now are looking across the spectrum and seen violence in the streets on racial animosity, Marxism, atheism, moral filth, the breakdown of the family and even the redefinition of biological reality, it's all to destroy the image of God present in male and female in that particular movement and along with that we also have a growing apostasy in today's churches we see a lot of that as well. How can those of us who belong to Jesus Christ.

Stand firm in these days until he returns. It's really an important question were in a talk about it today with David Harrell he is the senior pastor teacher of Calvary Bible church where he has served since 1984, is a former associate professor of biblical counseling at the Masters University and author of the great book will be talking about why America hates biblical Christianity. Pursuing Christ likeness in times of mounting hostility and apathy that sounds like a great solution, Dave.

It's great to have you with us. Thank you so much for being here.

Like you, I'm glad to be with you today.

Well I appreciate years stopping by, because I think this is just a great title.

It's a great book. But why America hates biblical Christianity. I think a lot of Christians are same boy they really do hate as the Lord was right when he said that they're going to hate you because they hated me. How do you assess our current situation right now in America. In that regard. Well, obviously the hatred is growing. Eventually it's really frightening to speed this, but it really shouldn't have surprised. Ultimately, because we know what you said that the world is going to hate us because they hate Christ and unfortunately what were saying is a church that in many ways has lost discernment and has lost boy when it comes to really presenting the gospel because the only thing that is going to in any way impact all of the chaos that we are seeing in the hatred of the country is preaching and teaching and application of the true gospel of Jesus Christ.

Yeah, you're right about that. I know there are a lot of different things we could bring into that discussion. But, for example, the seeker movements that was so popularized by Bill Hibel's and others that may be originally with Willow Creek maybe before that Robert Schuller but what kind of affect. You see, the seeker movement, having had on where we are right now well but seeker movement.

Unfortunately compromise so much with the true gospel that the churches become man centered rather than God centered, and therefore dog the gospel gets watered down. You try to be more relevant. You try to attract people to the church and what you end up doing.

And this is what happened all the churches have grown greatly but unfortunately they grown with false Christians with pseudo-Christians, with people that are Christian in name only because they don't really understand the gospel and Jesus warned about this, but not everybody who calls me Lord is going to enter the kingdom and and that's really the sad legacy of the seeker movement and therefore you get people in the church who are either unsaved or at best their babes in Christ, and they have no real discernment and everything continues to get compromised in water Dell and we know accordingly also called to the natural man. Think of the spirit of foolishness. He says, and they cannot understand them. Not that they will not. They cannot spiritually appraise.

And so, with that going on where you have all of these cultural movements coming towards us on everything from the LGBT pew Mafia and the false narrative both of critical race theory of immigrations and although such a thing they call Madison people really don't know the word of God well enough to know how to even understand these things much. Well stand up against them in a godly way in a way that the truly honors Christ and presents the gospel so that's kind of a legacy. In a nutshell of the of the pragmatism that we've seen the need to jell a coalition over the last couple decades. Yeah, I think you hit the nail on the hand that's exactly what were seen the man centered churches with lots of pseudo-Christians and maybe baby Christians who haven't been taught the word of God and you know it's interesting when you say that it reminds me of some of these surveys that have come out. There was one in particular that said, most pastors don't want to address anything controversial from the pulpit but most parishioners want them to, or a good number of parishioners say I wish my pastor would address some of these things like the gay agenda. Some of these things like abortion CRT. Some of these other things and I think that's interesting to that now you have the sheep hungry for truth.

In large measure the pulpit that's not providing the truth and and teaching and preaching the word of God as it is now important for people to be fed in the pews right now on some of these issues and that's that's a problem as well. It really is. And I agree with you completely. In fact, all that is one of the main reasons why I wrote this book to help people in the pews be able to connect the dots with what's going on in the culture in this world and Bible, theology, and understanding of what you know what what is happening from a biblical perspective because I'm hearing the same thing from so many people well. Our pastor doesn't want to address these things because he doesn't want to get political. But what he doesn't realize these things are theological. Yes, these are doctrines of demons and our people need to understand what's being taught and how we need to stand up against those things.

From a biblical perspective and most people that we do not realize that we've got two opposing kingdoms warning. We got Satan's kingdom and God's, and the thing that Satan does all features false doctrine on Scripture tells us that use the God of this world all use the one that they own the gospel to the perishing. All for on whose case the god of this world like the minds of the unbelieving, that they might not see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ and on and on it goes so hard for our prayer time to figure out what is really happening and what does the Bible have to say about it, and it's really frustrating. Good clear things because the whole clip should be the place where these includes are addressed.

Sadly there not being addressed. Rights well well that's that's a problem. It's a huge problem because it seems not only do we need to address these issues themselves but we need to address how the church deals with controversy and not just any controversy controversies that are in many ways extremely significant, for the life, the voice and the discernment of the church. In other words, if we don't get it right on these issues. You've mentioned that's a theological problem and that affects the prophetic voice that the church could even have in the culture which is so desperately needed on your truck would bite. And isn't it wonderful to see and I'm sure you've experienced this to see people who have come out of these liberal precincts truly come to a place of saving faith. Yes to see homosexuals come to a place of saving faith is be radically transformed by the power of the gospel.

Of course you're not going to hear any of that from from the media because that's not a narrative that they want to hear it doesn't fit their agenda and so forth. But that is the power of the gospel and the end and the gospel is more than just explaining you know how to be saved, so to speak.

It includes the whole counsel of God. It includes all of Scripture.

And when people really understand on the Bible in terms of of how they need to respond to all of these issues. It's exciting and it empowers them with the only second slave and totally right lower deposit for certain break Dave here with us why America hates biblical Christianity is his great book will come back for today. This is Janet Mefford were partnering with Bible league international to send God's word to 1500 Bible as believers in Africa. In many parts of countries like Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana and Mozambique as many as 9/10 Christians are denied God's word because of corrupt governments majority religions remoteness and poverty. They've never been able to read first Peter 57 cast your cares on him for he cares for you reading that promise of God means everything to you and me, and now it will mean so much to these Bible is Christians in Africa. When you respond. Here's Pastor John in Mozambique 10 fund cost was often not to remember what one by Douglas stocking from excellent ice and fission and this is so when we went to joy he said.I called you about five dollars sends one Bible $100 since $2500 sends 100 and your gift of any size will help us meet our goal of sending 1500 Bibles to Africa.

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The need is great if you will remember the other picture really was trying to from the Bible with a last I was on the weather was Bible but we don't know what was the It had a Bible from Regulus biblical so that is a good middle Bibles send God's word to a Bible is believer in Africa today for only five dollars. Call 800 white you're listening to Janet Mefford today. Welcome back great to have you with us. It strikes me that these days there are a lot of people who like to put an adjective in front of the word Christianity's been true for a long time so will hear about cultural Christianity or today will hear about progressive Christianity or emergent Christianity.

What we need to be about is biblical Christianity. We need to follow the authority of God's inerrant word and every word that comes forth from the word of the Lord from the mouth of God is what we ought to be. Following Dave Harrell has written a great book about this see a senior pastor teacher of Calvary Bible church. The book is called why America hates biblical Christianity and Dave media definition would be good to issue on this case. I've seen liberals online.

For example, say we don't even like this term biblical Christianity.

Who are you to define what is biblical and this kind of talk what what would you say biblical Christianity really as well. Biblical Christianity is Christianity that embraces the gospel of Jesus Christ in its fullness in all of its glory.

It is Christianity that that is authentic because it truly believes in the announcement Scripture the authority of Scripture. The inspiration of Scripture, the sufficiency of Scripture. All of those types of things and that's why I titled the book why America hates biblical Christianity because it doesn't hate on biblical Christianity. It lobs that and Satan is the master deceiver. He loved au pairs and amongst the week and again as I mentioned earlier, Jesus warned that not everyone who says to me Lord Lord will enter the kingdom, but he who does the will of my father who is in heaven will enter. And so it's very important that people understand that there is a true Christianity and there is a false Christianity and this is been consistent with what we've seen historically. Ever since Pentecost and the Lord has warned us about this and unfortunately, today we have a lot of people who attend churches who call themselves Christians but they they really don't even understand the gospel. They they don't understand their need for a Savior. They don't understand the holiness of God that would cause them to cry out for his undeserved mercy. They don't understand that all but they all are and all that they do are fundamentally offensive to a holy God that they are in desperate need of his mercy, and only when a person is.

It is aware of these things will become or she come to a place of really crying out for God's saving grace.

And we know that when that happens we are given the gift of faith we are born again there's that that instantaneous supernatural impartation of spiritual life to the spiritually dead, we become new creatures in Christ. The old things passed away.

The new things, etc. etc. and you begin to see then that this new life manifesting itself and in Christ likeness and sold the true church is going to manifest those types of things because they've been truly born again and the way the reason why there truly born again is because they truly understood the depth of their sin and the glory of the cross very important distinction that I think needs to be made. I agree and we been transferred out of the kingdom of darkness and into the kingdom of lights and that makes us citizens of heaven and not citizens of this world going back to your theme as you say, the primary theme of Scripture being the kingdom of God.

Another issue to that goes along with this is the issue of authority and who makes the rules of her back in the days of the judges, where everybody did what was right in their own eyes, which seems to be the prevailing sentiment of our day than the Christian look strange and the Christian who says the Bible is God's word and that said and you know I believe what the Bible says and the Lord is authoritative over my life in every single way. He is King he is Lord, to say Jesus is Lord these days is more controversial. I would say can you speak to this issue of the kingdom's having different ideas about authority will sure Satan does not want the Lord to be our authority. He wants to usurp about and he is the one who deceived who distort and provides his own authority and that's why you see so many churches today all compromising and not obeying the inspired word of God, which is just as Paul told us and wants perfect MP3 that all Scripture is inspired by God is profitable for teaching, for reproof, correction training in righteousness, and so forth and so what is happening today is people have abandoned the authority of Scripture which is a clear understanding of what God said in his word. They've abandoned that and they've created kind of their own variation of the truth and there's all kinds of variations and ultimately what they've done again. As Paul said they have because they will not endure sound doctrine, but wanting to have their ears tickled the cumulative for themselves teachers in accordance to their own desires and he says in that same passage that they will turn away their ears from the truth, and will turn aside to myths and what's interesting is when he says they will turn away their ears from the truth. All exegetical events in the active voice, meaning that they will hear the truth. They won't like it and they will deliberately and consciously reject that. And then when that happens, he goes on to say in the next phrase they will turn aside to myths and back in the passive voice which carries the idea of the myths will take them over.

Without them, necessarily even realizing it.

And that's what we're seeing today. People hear the truth what God is a good example, about the gospel or even social issues like abortion or LGBT Q whatever will they don't like that that's not what they want to hear. So they find for themselves.

People that are going to tell them what they want to hear rather than what God is said and then they turn away their ears from the truth like on the side of the myths and that the big issue today that were seeing in the church.

That's why the church the most part, does not have the level of discernment that is needed to effectively address the issues of our day very well sign it reminds me of Romans one to talking about suppressing the truth in unrighteousness and God giving them over to a depraved mind numbing were seen at Romans one come to pass in our day. You know it's interesting when you're talking about pursuing Christ likeness Dave in these times of mounting hostility and apathy. What would you say is the most important way to pursue Christ at a time like ours.

Obviously Scripture is always eternally true, and we have all of those I admonitions in Scripture on to pursue holiness and to pursue godliness, but specifically what would you say to the church about staying faithful in these times. The real key I think would be summarizing what Jesus said that he was getting ready to go to the cross there in John 17 as he was going to the father we pray that that he would sanctify them all in and currently provide word is true and so if we are going to be sanctified. We are going to become increasingly more Christlike. We must know the truth.

We must immerse ourselves in the truth because it is the truth that not only saved it is the truth sanctified and sold the message to the church today will practically is it simply must be committed to be the end up schematic on teaching and preaching likely the exposition of the word of God and the application of the word and you just don't see that a lot you don't see people really hearing from the pulpit. A very careful exegetical exposition of the word so that they know what the words that is in the end, so that they can be called to obedience to it, but unless that happens they're simply not going to be sanctified or not in the glow and Christlike maturity and sold. That would be the most fundamental level, what what I would cite what I how I would answer your question.

People simply must be in good solid churches that are clearly teaching the Bible systematically and in an in-depth way and applying it to all the issues of their life so that they can live those things out about how God will bless us. That's how we are able to walk by the Spirit is Galatians 5 says, rather than walking by the flash of when we do that we manifest the fruits of the spirit so forth. Yeah, that's all so important. I couldn't agree more with you and when you talked about Jesus's words about the Broadway versus the narrow way that is always so convicting to answer that an important question in my walking on the narrow way or am I in the wide road that leads to destruction. What would you say in that regard. As far as examining ourselves to see whether or not we are in the faith, and you what you just said there is a quotation basically from second Corinthians 13, where Paul was dealing with that very issue.

The church: there were people as you as you will recall that work that will probably unsay and he was talking about their sins that they were repenting of the strife and jealousy of angry tempers disputes forget all of the government and some of them had not repented of their impurity that Emma rallied and morale of either sensuality all of those types of things and so another words they were living lives that were inconsistent with having been born again new creature in Christ, and so forth and so what he told them to do in second Corinthians 35 is to test yourselves to see if you are in the crate to examine yourself and the way we must do that is first of all by by asking ourselves. Have I really come to a place where I've seen the horror of my sin and been broken over and come to Christ like the tax collector. You might say, is unwilling to lift up his head beating his chest, crying out for undeserved mercy all have, I embraced the gospel and Jesus Christ is kind of off all religious saying you know I played a little prayer walk walk and I'll go where we have to begin is truly assessing am I aware of the simplest of my sin is therefore what God is light, the Lord Jesus Christ. Exactly right Dave rounded time and thank you so much why America hates biblical Christianity by Dave Harold, thanks very much Stacy, listening this damn effort today podcast is brought to you in part by Bible league international.

We want to send 1500 Bibles to Africa through Bible leaves open the floodgates Bibles for Africa campaign five dollars since one Bible call now 800 yes word 800 yes word for today. Here's your host Joe Mefford everybody. We are really grateful to all of you who have been helping us in our efforts with Bible league international to get 1500 Bibles to Africa.

This is all part of our open the floodgates Bibles for Africa campaign and thanks to you we are getting closer and closer to that goal. We still do have a little ways to go but you can help right now as we only have a short time left in the campaign. Again, it costs just five dollars to send a Bible a gift of $25 will send five Bibles and if you can give a gift today of $100 will be sending 20 Bibles to Africa. Here's the number to call 800 yes word 800 White Dior, there's a vitally banner to clack and chant were to spend a few minutes now to get an update on our campaign from Michael Woolworth, senior director of broadcast media over at Lake Michael welcome great to talk to you again will you agree to be with you to assure would gonna do it on the continent of Africa tier where Christianity is growing in the greatest numbers in the world and get a Bible league, we minister there for about a decade.

We notice a trend and what is that as many as nine of 10 Christians in many of the places were were called to serve cannot access God's word but that you listen to your listeners are doing something about this USB for an update. Let me give it to you. We set a minimum of 1500. We want to put God's word into the hands and hearts of 1500 Bible as believers people we know my name in specific villages in about a dozen of the countries all sub-Saharan that we serve in curdling so we picking her, the heavy lifting of making sure other relationships are there that the language will match whatever those Christians speak in the different parts of Africa were focused on. We want to do this by the middle of August week on a Saturday.

We want to circle back to these believers and say look those wills Bibles are praying for. They are coming here to rent today, we set a minimum of 1500 and were currently at 80% of that goal.

In it, so that means the 1200 Bible is believers before we launch this campaign just a matter of weeks ago, will now have gone toward in their own language and generally never going to a village in Canada willy-nilly say anybody interested in the Bible. All of these are new believers. They left all use them to hear about on the continent of Africa that are connected to a local evangelical church they been baptized in the Bible writers like you and I open God's word every day and I listen. I think you married when I can open it and I've got something at my level that I can understand and grow it is grace and knowledge and that your listeners have done to this point for 1200 Bible is believers and some were so close to that: 1500 and were really grateful to all of you who have donated to this campaign.

Michael I know some listeners sometimes wonder how is it that Bible. He can identify these Christians who need Bibles. What is the process for linking particular Christians with the Bibles that listener sent when we work with the under resourced church. Here's what that doesn't mean it doesn't mean there we could mean it on me lately. Lack of love for God and for others, and those things are just the opposite may rip a great result for delivery Jesus Christ and his people come to saving faith. They know that Jesus is not to be kept to oneself is to be shared and so we speak this great wave of authentic Christian faith sweeping the continent of Africa. We been there for 83 years, and again we got this wonderful thing we call project Philip Philip the evangelist and activate who leads the Ethiopian eunuch to faith in Christ is uniquely positioned to help them understand what is reading so the spirit of that Philip Janet we help Craig Phillips all over the world. Men and women who work in the union.

It uniquely position embedded were God has them and they can point people to Christ they can disciple him and not just be there in the moment you know to see them come to faith.

But, disciple him in the years to come.

And I've been in this role for several years now I've circle back to many the people that we even talk about in this campaign. I can tell you there growing their sharing Christ and that's something your listeners should be really excited about today absolutely against five dollars is all it takes to send one Bible if you can help. You can call now 800 yes word 801 IE asked and is always Michael, you have some great stories to share about what the Lord is doing in the lives of these Bible is believers tell us a story or two about what's going on right now just to kind of put a human face on the issue. If you talk to your words of the Christian persecution in Africa in the news into a search engine. Here's what you'll find 17 Christians killed in 19 by the infamous Lonnie herdsman in Nigeria.

Second one pastors in the Democratic Republic of the Congo falsely accused of leading people to Christ, to believe been put in prison for that and 1/3 one is 20 Christians beheaded by Isis extremist in Mozambique and we have a connection to that story.

Those were Christians that received Bibles in a previous campaign.

They paid a dear price in following Christ there.

So what you see and then the book of acts with the early Christians foreseen all over the continent of Africa between two quick stories are related, one in Mozambique. The other nearby Burgundian.

Both of these stories these pastors left extreme Islam came to saving faith. They went through the church planter training from Bible league. We don't plan around churches. We help those that are planning on the ground there and they came to saving faith. They receive theological training became pastors used the project.

Philip Janet led people to Christ there and I can tell you the reason we encounter Lonnie issues is because were trying to foster church growth in places where it simply is not welcome in this place into the Shiite district of Mozambique, pastor, limo beaten and jailed his wife Karen. Many in the congregation threatened with death. Again, simply because he is been faithfully leaving former Muslims to faith in Christ. But there is a need today 450 Bibles there in Portuguese.

No shift gears (the smaller small country fair that took a lot of the refugees from the Hutu and Tutsi genocide happened in Rwanda many years ago, remember the name of Nebo.

He's preaching away one Sunday Janet also this ruckus 20 extremist storm the pulpit. They drag this man out the front door. The beat here merely to death. Certainly unconscious and again his crime simply in a very faithful and winsome way leading Muslims to Christ and I can tell you there's great pressure on people when they leave as long they come to Christianity to revert back but I can tell you there focused on Jesus and judging up there today. There's a need for 200 Bibles in the community, language, and wasn't wise.

The Bible so important to them same way it is for you and I we can open his word, we can be reminded of his precious promises and those that are persecuted and rewind.

Second Corinthians 49 were persecuted for sure not abandon were struck down, but where were not destroyed and one more. Janet is Jesus saying the great commission. One I am with you always. And so I know this is something your listeners they understand. I know how I think God that my pastor has not been beaten.

We've not had extremist storm the you know the island to the pulpit where I worship and I can tell you were praying today that your listeners will not turn a deaf ear to this need for God or the gospel is going forth. Even in difficult places of Africa and we get to step in their story for only five dollars. The Bible is great and you know my comp one thing that I always think about when you're telling those kinds of stories is what if that were me, what is how are you. What if we were the Christians living over there suffering that kind of either discrimination or persecution, or you know just living in a very tense area of the world and we never Bible we were believers in Jesus Christ, but we couldn't turn to the word of God for comfort and solace and strength and we were dependent on Christians on the other side of the world to send us a Bible. I mean, that alone to merely is a motivation because we are a family and that that is never far from my mind. No matter where another believer in Jesus Christ happens to reside were a family were to be together forever and this is just a joy really to be able to share in the experience of providing a Bible to another brother or sister in Christ.

Paul said in first Corinthians 12 at one part of the body suffers we suffer together but treatment. The Janet men for today listening family understand is that why were 80% toward goal and ordinate that in the weeks and the days to come. But that's how it gets done. You understand how is how you grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus on a Bible when you have it all to be able to claim those precious promises of God to know that God knows us intimately.

He's with us always is Jesus as their in Matthew 28 it's right that's right well again you can join in with this campaign as Michael Woolworths said we are about 80% toward our goal of sending 1500 Bibles to Africa they need is great and the need is ongoing and if you are able to help. We would really love to have your help. It costs just five dollars to send one Bible and a gift of $25 will send five whatever your gift. We would appreciate your support 800 yes word that's 801 IE asked W. And don't forget, if you prefer to be on the Internet is so many of us are. You can also head over and do that there is a Bible league banner to click over at Janet, Paul Michael will wear thing your team at Bible league.

We are so grateful to God for your work and we will continue to pray for all the wonderful work you do over in Africa. Thank you so much for being with us again. Well, thanks for keeping this before your listeners daily.

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This is to I just don't even know what to say about this. This is via CNS news. This letter asked blank and Anthony blank and specifically to include anti-Muslim violence per se in the State Department's next annual human rights reports, they join several Democratic colleagues and care national executive director and he had a wide at a press conference last week to announce that as Omar offered some examples of the behavior she has been confronted with rate sheet ranging from having chewing gum stuck on to her he job at school to telephonic insults and threats received by her office in Congress gum was stuck on your he job and that's a hate crime.

That's anti-Muslim violence sticking, he job violence. But she feels this pain on a deeply personal level. She said I know that the discrimination many Muslims experience is not unique to the United States. It is a global phenomenon where Omar referred to a UN human rights experts testimony to the human rights Council earlier this year, to the effect that institutional suspicion of Muslims and those perceived to be Muslim has escalated to epidemic proportions where somebody tell me where because I'm I'm reading all this, I don't see this outbreak. In fact, when you go to the last several years of FBI hate crime statistics by far the greatest religious group that is suffering from hate crimes are Jews. So where is this outbreak is there like an outbreak of people sticking gum on he jobs in making telephone insults. By the way telephone insults that that search is limited to Muslims because there Muslims.

She doesn't specify, though, at least in this piece it CNS news. What kinds of insight she received and whether or not they had any relation to her being a Muslim, or if they were just general you're a liberal. I don't know. I'm not saying that you should call your congressman and hurl insults, I don't think that you should.

But I also don't think that's a hate crime and I don't think you need a special envoy to combat Islamic phobia to police gum on he jobs years ago when she was in school. What is this all about, so they're pushing for Biden to reverse this trend.

Travesty and and move on this envoy against Islam of phobia okay whatever will let's talk about something else along these lines. This is via FrontPage mag then written by Joe Kaufman, a showman journalism fellow at the David Horwitz freedom Center. The headline on the story is Florida Young Democrats taken over by Islamists. This is very interesting.

Here's what it says. For the past two months, a group of young and angry Israel bashers led by Central Florida anti-Semite activist Russian Mubarak and under the banner of Florida Palestine network visited the offices of various Democrat lawmakers to harass and bully them into supporting the groups irrational and outrageous demands regarding Israel and Jews.

What is ironic is that Mubarak and others from the group are involved with the Democratic Party themselves. In fact, they have taken over significant segments of its they will not stop until they have more will they be successful or will the party see through their bigotry and move to stop them.

Mubarak is finance director for US representative receded sleep. Additionally, for the past two years.

Mubarak has served as national committee woman for the Florida Young Democrats during that time she has worked hard to forge relationships with progressive Democrats and the Florida legislature lately though she has strived to destroy these relationships by assembling a group to not only demand that these lawmakers unfairly condemn Israel but to bully them into denouncing a Florida law that protects Jews from anti-Semitism a bill that the lawmakers along with the entire Florida legislature voted unanimously to support some interesting developments. One of the legislators Mubarak and her group have pursued with harassment is Florida state representative Anna ask Amani, a former ally of Mubarak and issue the group is upset with ask Amani about is that according to the group. Ask Amani has played both sides equally condemning Israel along with Thomas, a group that Mubarak has cheered in the past. They complained that ask Amani has treated Hamas as a terrorist organization came true. Yet Hamas is designated as such by much of the world committing war crimes by hiding behind human shields and targeting civilians with suicide bombings and indiscriminate rocket attacks. Neuron mass by is a prominent member of Mubarak's group.

She's director of inclusivity, diversity, equity and accessibility for the college Democrats of America and produces inclusive language guides for the Democratic Party.

She has roots in Egypt and Lebanon and she tweeted that to see senior Hamas leader. One of them was innocent IN June she tweeted a post made by the Hamas affiliated Shabbat news agency and warned a Palestinian woman who was shot at attempting to attack Israeli soldiers with her car and then her knife mess besides attacking Palestinians or their supporters to denounce Hamas is racist if you asked Palestinians or supporters to say anything nasty about Hamas that's racist. So last month the Florida Young Democrats posted on Facebook. A statement signed by them and the Florida college Democrats falsely claiming the Florida anti-Semitism bill criminalizes criticism of Israel.

It made mention of legislative office visits. Mubarak's group and staged in early June. One visit was to ask Amani's office where the group harassed her staff or another was to Florida state representative Carlos Smith who spent over 40 minutes being attacked and ridiculed by the group. Smith, who is gay accuse them of homophobia, something Best Buy has personally been accused of according to mass by, she authored almost 95% of the statement when Jackie Klein is the religious school director at Temple Israel in West Palm Beach confronted Florida Young Democrats about the one-sided nature of the statement and her knowledge of growing anti-Semitism, the Florida Young Democrats responded with a blas reply and quickly deferred to my spot and her extreme rhetoric spot ignored Klein's concerns and moved to turn the conversation against Klein herself wildly accusing Klein of denying the targeting of Palestinians and pro-Palestine activists by lawmakers, which is the fantasy narrative that my spot and Mubarak concocted to separate the Democratic Party from what appears to be Israel's ever decreasing Democrat advocates. Now what mass bond Mubarak for most is that with this Florida law. They and their ilk will have a difficult time singling out Israel for condemnation on Florida university and college campuses. Unlike in the past when they were able to do so at well crazy this law recognizes that the singling out of Israel for condemnation is a form of anti-Semitism and as such is completely unacceptable behavior within educational institutions or anywhere in the article goes on to give more details but the bottom line is that the Islamists have not given up they have not given up and it's just like a activists.

In some ways when they can't do what they want done on the federal level, they go local and they've been going local for quite a while. This is a good question though from this author. Why has the Florida Democratic Party allowed Muslim extremists who use social media to post support for terrorists and push to overturn a law that protects Jews from anti-Semitism, the ability to hijack significant segments of the Florida party and not only have these radicals taken over large groups within the Democratic Party, but they are attempting to tear down popular elected Democrat representatives in the process. It is time for the Democratic Party to develop the chutzpah to confront and purge these Islamist bullies from the ranks of the party people like Russian Mubarak neuron mass spot and others are cancers and if allowed to proceed unchecked. They will destroy the party from within, with only be up and think destroy the Democratic Party from within, say to me that doesn't sound like such a bad thing. But the point is important that you have more and more and more radical elements entering the Democratic Party and it's just amazing to me that more people don't leave it. It's weird there. There are just people who will move with the times. Regardless of how insane the times have become well, you know, 10 years ago they were completely reasonable. Now there like hey if the kid wants to get hormone treatments and surgery to become the opposite sex. I'm cool 10 years ago. If I'd suggested this to you would've now been outraged but now you've been worked on for years by propagandists in your all and while you can't have that and and here on the other hand, we have representative Bill had Omar trying to say.

The big problem is Islam a phobia which is usually code for we said something they didn't like. That's how it is to leave their thank you so much for being with us and Shannon met for today. Remember to help us in our campaign to get 1500 Bibles to Africa by building international five dollars per Bible can give five dollars right now. Please call 800 yes word 800 YSWOR


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