The Former U.S. President, Barrack Hussein Obama made yet another frantic endeavor to have some effect on his attention.

He shared an old picture for his Christmas message, that he already utilized for their 2015 welcome.

The Obamas claim to be such good Christians but they couldn’t even bother to take a new picture in celebration of the new season. Well, what else can be expected from a man who says we are a Muslim Nation.

From Breitbart says: Obama: Islam ‘Woven into the Fabric of Our Country Since Founding’

According to the report from Breitbart, Obama tried as hard as he could to suck up to the Islamic people in a speech on at his summit on countering violent extremism,  on Thursday. He threw around claims that terrorist wasn’t Muslim and that Islam takes a crucial part in America’s founding.“Here in America, Islam has been woven into the fabric of our country since its founding.”

This same man said, back in 2006: “Whatever we once were, we are no longer a Christian nation – at least, not just. We are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, a Buddhist nation, and a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers.”

In April 2009, he yet again stroke a blow on Christianity saying “Although, as I mentioned, we have a very large Christian population, we do not consider ourselves a Christian nation or a Jewish nation or a Muslim nation. We consider ourselves a nation of citizens who are bound by ideals and a set of values. I think modern Turkey was founded with a similar set of principleѕ.”

It ought to be, in any case, called attention to that the United States arrangement of establishing is in no way like that of present-day Turkey, in any event in no huge way. This, obviously, doesn’t infer that there were none Muslims in America at the establishing, indeed, numerous African slaves who were conveyed to the nation, were initially Muslim yet were compelled to change over their confidence.

Nevertheless saying that Islam is a religion that has been  “woven into the fabric of our country since our founding” is a little too far-fetched. It was not until after the Civil World that the first wave of Muslim immigrants came to America. And the first U.S. mosque was built in 1915.

As a religion, Islam had no impact on the States’ founders or their philosophy. As a matter of fact, most of them despised the religion or had no knowledge about it.

Barack Obama reinvented his own fictional history at an Iftar dinner in 2012 saying:

As I’ve noted before, Thomas Jefferson once held a sunset dinner here with an envoy from Tunisia — perhaps the first Iftar at the White House, more than 200 years ago. And some of you, as you arrived tonight, may have seen our special display, courtesy of our friends at the Library of Congress — the Koran that belonged to Thomas Jefferson. And that’s a reminder, along with the generations of patriotic Muslims in America, that Islam — like so many faiths — is part of our national story.

It wasn’t precisely similar to that per say, the “primary Iftar” in the White House was a gathering between President Jefferson and an emissary of the Barbary privateers, Sidi Solima Mellimelli. Jefferson did this to attempt to rescue the USS Constitution caught ships from the bey of Tunis. He was at that point acquainted with the Islam as a religion after Barbary privateers endeavored to coerce America into the money related tribute.

According to a report directly from Jefferson, Mellimelli used the Koran as a justification of piracy:

The Ambassador answered us that it was founded on the Laws of the Prophet, that it was written in their Koran, that all nations who should not have acknowledged their authority were sinners, that it was their right and duty to make war upon them wherever they could be found, and to make slaves of all they could take as prisoners.

John Quincy Adams gave his remarks on these negotiations saying the Koran basically declared war on anyone who denies Mahomet as the true prophet of God. Later he pointed out that  “Such is the spirit, which governs the hearts of men, to whom treachery and violence are taught as principles of religion.”

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