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SHARIA LAWYER: Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey Worked With Hamas & Approved Muslim Prayer In The City



April 30, 2020

Minneapolis’ Call to Prayer Ushered in by Communist-Jihadi Cabal Controlling MN


Written by John D. Guandolo

Democrat Minneapolis (MN) Mayor Jacob Frey, working directly with terrorists from Hamas doing business as the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) and other jihadis from the Dar al Hijrah Islamic Center, approved the muslim call to prayer out loud in Minneapolis for the first time in history.

Minneapolis becomes only the third city in America to allow the call to prayer like this. The others are Dearborn, Michigan and Paterson, New Jersey.

You can see a brief video of this call to prayer here.



The approval of the call to prayer by Mayor Frey may be the last nail in Minnesota’s coffin, and represents, to the muslim community, total submission by leaders of Minnesota to Islam.

This great achievement by the enemies of liberty – communists and jihadis – did not happen overnight. Minnesota has a long history of communists in leadership positions willing to pave the way for other “like-minded” revolutionaries, like the jihadis, overrunning Minneapolis-St Paul.

Arvo Kustaa Halberg, also known as Gus Hall, was recruited by his father into Communist Party USA as a teenager and moved to Minneapolis after his studies in the Soviet Union. He spent two stints in federal prison for his activities as a communist. He went on to be the leader of Communist Party USA for over 40 years until his death in 2000. Hall ran for President in the 1972.1976, 1980, and 1984 U.S. elections.

Hall’s students are still plentiful in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Former Minneapolis Mayor Jim Schneibel (1990-1994) was an Alinsky “community organizater” and a member of the largest Marxist group in the United States – Democratic Socialists of America (DSA).

Saul Alinsky was the author of the Marxist revolutionaries’ operational handbook, Rules for Radicals, which details how to overthrow the government, and the book is dedicated to satan. In it, the ground level operator is called a “community organizer.”

Mark Ritchie, Minnesota’s Secretary of State from 2006 to 2014 was identified in a 2008 Huffington Post article written by DSA Member Peter Dreier as one of dozens of elected officials in the United States who started out as “community organizers.” In 1999, Ritchie attended a Communist Party event in which he was introduced as a “friend” of the Communist party.
Courtesy of Trevor Loudon / TrevorLoudon.com

Also present at that 1999 Communist Party meeting was Mark Froemke, the man Trevor Loudon has dubbed “The Most Influential Communist in Minnesota.”
Mark Froemke

Froemke is the President of the Western Area Labor Council (AFL-CIO), which represents union members in 11 North Dakota counties and 7 Minnesota counties. Froemke is also a member of Communist Party USA.
Courtesy of Trevor Loudon. TrevorLoudon.com

These people, and many like them on city councils and in positions of influence around the Minneapolis-St Paul area, are the advocates for jihadis and the ones encouraging more to enter Minnesota via the “refugee resettlement program.”

On October 24, 2016, after Understanding the Threat (UTT) spent a week traveling across Minnesota speaking to citizens and leaders, we published an article entitled “In This War Minnesota’s Twin Cities Are Lost.” The article detailed the penetration of Minnesota by several subversive Islamic organizations including the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, and others, and the Marxist/communist ties of Minnesota’s leaders.

In the 3 1/2 years since that article, things have only become more dangerous in Minnesota, especially in the Minneapolis-St Paul area.

Let’s look at the key leaders in Minnesota today and how they are supporting and encouraging jihadis in the state.

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz‘s wasted no time bringing terrorists into his camp. After his election in November 2018, his Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan led and set up his transition team, which included the leader of the designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) Hamas doing business as the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) Jaylani Hussein.

But even as a candidate, Governor Walz was courting jihadis. In February of 2018, he spoke at an event at the South Metro Islamic Center (mosque) sponsored by the Muslim Brotherhood’s Muslim American Society (MAS-MN). Peggy Flanagan also attended this event.

In August of 2018, candidate Walz attended the Eid al Fitr event which was held at the U.S. Bank Stadium. Is Mr. Walz aware Eid al Fitr celebrates Islam’s first military victory over non-muslims in battle?

On March 28, 2019, Minnesota’s Governor Tim Walz spoke at an “Islamophobia” conference hosted by the designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) Hamas doing business as the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR).
CAIR is HAMAS

At this conference, he told the audience he wants to open three (3) new “human rights offices” up in Minnesota. Is Mr. Walz aware that the International muslim world has legally defined the phrase “human rights” as the imposition of sharia on the world? Is he aware the leadership of every Islamic nation on earth under the banner of the OIC (Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation) served the “Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam” to the United Nations in 1993 which clearly states Islam views “human rights” only through the lens of sharia?

As if it was scripted and well timed, in April 2019 Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, himself a jihadi (sharia-adherent muslim), began publicly discussing establishing a “Task Force on Islamophobia and Anti-Semitism” which would include leaders from the Muslim Brotherhood’s Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), Muslim American Society (MAS), Hamas/CAIR, and others.

Ellison is very close friends with the leader of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood and U.S. Hamas Nihad Awad, and works closely with other senior U.S. Muslim Brotherhood leaders.
Keith Ellison at podium with the leader of U.S. Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas Nihad Awad (far left) and the Muslim Brotherhood’s #2 man Oussama Jammal (far right)

On April 3, 2019, for the first time in Minnesota history, three “faith” leaders offered prayers prior to the State of the State address by Governor Walz. Who represented the muslims? Muslim Brotherhood leader Imam Asad Zaman of the Muslim American Society of Minnesota (MAS-MN).

This past December (2019) Governor Walz gave his formal consent to allow muslims to keep resettling in Minnesota.

The Congresswoman representing Minneapolis, Minnesota is a Somalian jihadi named Ilhan Omar. UTT has written about her several times including here and here. The fact she is a Member of Congress is evidence of how lost Minnesota is.

Hours after President Trump announced he would hold a rally at Target Center in downtown Minneapolis on October 10, 2019, Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced uniformed officers were not allowed to attend.

This followed a tweet from Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey as seen below.

Below is a photo of Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo at his swearing in ceremony with his son and daughter. The Chief’s son, Medaria Arradondo Jr. has a sunnah beard and a shaved head. In Islam a muslim man shaves his head to draw closer to Allah, and this is often done by male muslims attending hajj in Mecca Saudi Arabia. The below photo was taken on September 8, 2017 and the hajj that year ended on September 4.

In summary, Minnesota is in a very dangerous situation. Minnesota’s capital has a jihadi Attorney General and a jihadi Member of Congress. The Governor is working directly with jihadis/terrorists.

What happens to truth speakers in this environment?

In January 2020, Catholic Priest Father Nick VanDenBroeke from the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Lonsdale, MN (Rice County) told his flock during his homily the U.S. “should not be allowing large numbers of Muslims asylum or immigration into our country.” He further said muslims are the “greatest threat to Christianity and to America” and that “our laws of immigration need to reflect that.”

This priest was accurately assessing the situation based on normative and universally accepted Islamic teachings. Yet, Catholic Archbishop Bernard Hebda issued an apologetic statement regarding this event after the designated Foreign Terrorist Organization Hamas doing business as the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) publicly complained and called out church leaders.

U.S. Islamic schools teach muslim children the purpose of Islam is to impose “Allah’s divine law”/sharia on all people on earth through all means necessary, including physical violence.

In fact, what muslims teach their children in Islamic schools across Minnesota is exactly the opposite of what the non-muslim leaders in Minneapolis are telling the people of Minnesota about Islam.

Now the question for the citizens of Minnesota is “What do I do?”

This is a war and, as UTT assessed in 2016, Minneapolis-St Paul is lost and deeply under the control of the communists and jihadis. It is likely at some point in time, the U.S. military will have to retake Minnesota if the citizens are unable or unwilling to do it.

An adequate military analogy is that the capital of Minnesota has an enemy Division headquartered there. The citizens can organize and conduct small harassing and disruption operations inside Minneapolis to slow the enemy’s progress. Another option, or a simultaneous action, might be to organize citizen in the patriotic counties away from the state capital until they have the strength to bring real pressure on the communist and jihadi forces.

One thing is clear – Minneapolis is as overrun as any area of America. Federal government entities are not producing any positive net effects in this war in Minnesota.

It is time for Minnesota’s citizens to choose their course of action. Apathy and inaction are not among the list of choices.

Leaders must rise up, assess the situation, make a plan, and execute the plan.

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Slide 1 of 49: Protesters stand in front of the 3rd precinct police building as it burns during a protest on May 28, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Today marks the third day of ongoing protests after the police killing of George Floyd. Four Minneapolis police officers have been fired after a video taken by a bystander was posted on social media showing Floyd's neck being pinned to the ground by an officer as he repeatedly said, "I can’t breathe". Floyd was later pronounced dead while in police custody after being transported to Hennepin County Medical Center.








In Minneapolis, Minnesota, George Floyd, an unarmed black man, died after he was pinned down by a police officer. The video of the handcuffed man dying while a Minneapolis officer knelt on his neck sparked a fresh furor in the US over police treatment of African Americans. The video shared online showed Floyd pleading that he couldn't breathe. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey fired four police officers following the death in custody of George Floyd. Hundreds of protesters gathered in Minneapolis to protest the death. An FBI investigation is underway.












Protesters gather in front of a burning fast food restaurant, May 29, in Minneapolis.












Protesters set fire to the entrance of a police station as demonstrations continue on May 28.












Protesters gather around after setting fire to the entrance of a police station, on May 28.












A protester carries the carries a U.S. flag upside, a sign of distress, next to a burning building, May 28.












A police officer wearing a face mask looks on while protesters gather outside the city hall, on May 28.












A demonstrator washes her eyes, on May 28, in St. Paul, Minn.












Police move through an area during demonstrations, on May 28, in St. Paul, Minn.












Protesters throw objects onto a burning car outside a Target store near the Third Police Precinct on May 28.












A protester is arrested during a rally on May 28 in New York City, New York.












Protesters clash with police during a rally against the death of George Floyd at the hands of police, on May 28 in Union Square, New York City.












Protesters clash with police during a rally against the death of George Floyd at the hands of police, on May 28 in Union Square, New York City. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz called in the National Guard today as looting broke out in St. Paul.












A protester is detained by police during a rally against the death of George Floyd at the hands of police, on May 28 in Union Square in New York City.












A protester is detained by police during a rally against the death of George Floyd at the hands of police, on May 28 in Union Square in New York City.












Protesters clash with police during a rally against the death of George Floyd at the hands of police, on May 28 in Union Square, New York City.












Minneapolis residents Emma, Sarah and Rachel chalk a supportive message at the site where African American man George Floyd was killed by police in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 28.












A flash mob of protest against the killing of George Floyd in front of the consulate of the United States of America on May 28, in Milan, Italy.












Onlookers watch as smoke smolders from a destroyed fast food restaurant near the Minneapolis Police Third Precinct on May 28, after a night of rioting and looting as protests continue over the death of George Floyd, who died in police custody in Minneapolis.












Speaker of the House Rep. Nancy Pelosi speaks during a weekly news conference on May 28, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Speaker Pelosi discussed various topics including the killing of George Floyd.












A flash mob of protest against the killing of George Floyd in front of the consulate of United States of America on May 28, in Milan, Italy.












Civil rights activist Reverend Al Sharpton and Gwen Carr, mother of Eric Garner, lead a prayer at the site where African American man George Floyd was fatally injured by police in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 28.












Debris and carts are strewn in the Target parking lot near the Minneapolis Police Third Precinct on May 28, following a night of rioting and looting as protests continue over the arrest of George Floyd, who died in police custody in Minneapolis.












A placard displayed at a flash mob of protest against the killing of George Floyd in front of the consulate of United States of America on May 28, in Milan, Italy.












Firefighters stand as an aerial hose sends water on hot spots of a building destroyed near the Minneapolis Police Third Precinct on May 28, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.












Police arrive along with firefighters to a looted store on 26th Ave S near the Minneapolis Police third precinct, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 28.












Protesters gather near the Minneapolis Police third precinct to watch a construction site burn, in Minnesota, on May 28.












A protester vandalizes an O'Reilly's near the Minneapolis Police third precinct, in Minnesota, on May 27.












A smashed window from the Dollar Tree Store is seen near the Minneapolis Police third precinct, in Minnesota, on May 27.












Demonstrators gather during a protest in Los Angeles, on May 27.












Protesters gather near the Minneapolis Police third precinct in Minnesota, on May 27.












People gather at the Minneapolis Police Department's Third Precinct station to protest, in Minnesota, on May 27.












A police officer aims a gun before firing at protesters gathered near the Minneapolis Police third precinct in Minnesota, on May 27.












Police spray mace at protesters to break up a gathering near the Minneapolis Police third precinct in Minnesota, on May 27.












People gather near the Minneapolis Police third precinct in Minnesota, on May 27.












Demonstrators march during a protest of the death of George Floyd, in downtown Los Angeles, on May 27.












Fire fighters work to put out a fire at a factory near the Third Police Precinct on May 27, in Minnesota.












Protesters gather at the scene where George Floyd was pinned. on May 26.












A man prays in front of a makeshift memorial in honor of George Floyd on May 26 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.












Hundreds of protesters gather near the site of the arrest of George Floyd, on May 26












Shawanda Hill, right, the girlfriend of George Floyd reacts near the spot where he died while in custody of the Minneapolis Police, on May 26.












Flowers are seen at the site where George Floyd was pinned down by a police officer, on May 26.












People march after gathering at Chicago Ave. and East 38th Street during a rally in Minneapolis, on May 26. Federal authorities are investigating a white Minneapolis police officer for possible civil rights violations.












People gather near the Minneapolis 3rd Police Precinct, on May 26.












Protesters gather at the scene where George Floyd was arrested, on May 26.












A man runs through tear gas near the Minneapolis 3rd Police Precinct, on May 26.












A protester prays in front of the memorial of George Floyd, on May 26.












Hundreds of protesters gather near the site of the arrest of George Floyd, on May 26.












A person damages an empty police vehicle near the Minneapolis 3rd Police Precinct, on May 26.












People face off with police near the Minneapolis 3rd Police Precinct, on May 26.






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The mayor of Minneapolis has accused Donald Trump of shirking responsibility and chided the president for insulting him on social media at a time of crisis in his city and the country as a whole.

Protests have erupted across the country over the killing of George Floyd, a black man, by a white police officer in Minneapolis, that was graphically captured on cellphone video. The city has seen escalated demonstrations and unrest as protesters call for the officer who knelt on Floyd’s neck and the three officers who were present during the incident to be prosecuted. Protests, some marred by violence, have also broken out elsewhere in the US.

But tweeting about an hour after midnight in Washington DC, Trump launched a Twitter attack on the city’s mayor, Jacob Frey. The president wrote: “I can’t stand back & watch this happen to a great American City, Minneapolis. A total lack of leadership. Either the very weak Radical Left Mayor, Jacob Frey, get his act together and bring the City under control, or I will send in the National Guard & get the job done right.”

In a second tweet, he wrote “these THUGS are dishonoring the memory of George Floyd, and I won’t let that happen. … Any difficulty and we will assume control but, when the looting starts, the shooting starts. Thank you!”

Twitter has since hidden the second tweet behind a warning that it violated “Twitter Rules about glorifying violence”, fanning the president’s anger toward the social media company.

Frey responded to the attack when a reporter read aloud Trump’s tweets directed at him and the protests. “Let me say this: weakness is refusing to take responsibility for your own actions. Weakness is pointing your finger at somebody else at a time of crisis,” Frey said.



Jacob Frey wearing a suit and tie looking at the camera: The Minneapolis mayor, Jacob Frey: ‘Donald Trump knows nothing about the strength of Minneapolis. We are strong as hell.’


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The Minneapolis mayor, Jacob Frey: ‘Donald Trump knows nothing about the strength of Minneapolis. We are strong as hell.’

The mayor shook his head when the reporter read that Trump called him a “very weak radical left mayor”.

“Donald Trump knows nothing about the strength of Minneapolis. We are strong as hell. This is a difficult time, yes, but you better be damn sure that we’re going to get through this.”

Late on Thursday night, the protests took a dramatic turn as a police precinct was set ablaze by demonstrators. Police officers working in the precinct fled the building after unconfirmed reports that gas lines had been cut and explosives were in the area. While no explosions went off in the night, the building continued to burn into the early hours of the morning.

At the press conference, Frey said it was his call to evacuate officers from the building. “The symbolism of a building cannot outweigh the importance of life,” he said.

Frey also denounced the riots that were taking place in the context of the demonstrations. “What we have seen over the past several hours and past couple of nights is unacceptable. These are banks that people rely on to get cash, grocery stores that people rely on to get food. They are essential to our community.”

Earlier, Frey called on the district county attorney to arrest the officer who suffocated Floyd. “If most people, particularly people of color, had done what a police officer did late Monday, they’d already be behind bars,” he tweeted on Wednesday.

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