Christie’s Endorsement of Trump Could ANGER MUSLIMS Whom Christie Supported

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By Barrack

Perhaps the most shocking thing about New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s endorsement of Donald Trump is the respective positions of both men toward the Muslim community. Among the most controversial statements made by Trump in recent months included his charge that he saw ‘thousands’ of Muslims celebrating after 9/11 in New Jersey. He also called for the banning of Muslim immigrants into the U.S.

In response to Trump’s claim about the Muslim celebrations, Christie took tremendous umbrage, despite the evidence showing Trump was correct. Christie is now supporting Trump’s nomination despite the real estate mogul’s refusal to take back his claim.

Not long after that, Trump said something even more controversial when he said that Muslims should be banned from entering the U.S. During a radio interview, Christie responded to the proposal:

“This is the kind of thing that people say when they have no experience and don’t know what they are talking about. We do not need to resort to that type of activity nor should we… What we need to do is to increase our intelligence activities. We need to cooperate with peaceful Muslim Americans who want to give us intelligence against those who are radicalized.”

Christie, who has been a notorious defender of Muslim individuals with questionable backgrounds, denounced Trump for his Muslim ban plan:

In 2011, Christie referred to people who had a problem with his appointment of Muslim Sohail Mohammed to a Superior Court judgeship, as “crazies” he was “tired of dealing with”.

A year later, Christie held an Iftar dinner at the New Jersey Governor’s mansion and gave a shout out to Imam Mohammed Qatanani, who was in the audience. Qatanani not only pleaded guilty to being a member of Hamas but he was also defended by the same man Christie appointed to that judgeship. Here is the audio of Christie praising Qatanani:

In 2013, Muslim Brotherhood front group, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) named Christie to its “Best List” for fighting “Islamophobia”.

Then, in 2014, Christie was asked about that appointment at the Republican Jewish Coalition and again defended the appointment. Note Christie’s ignorance about Sohail Mohammed’s knowledge of Islam, just because Sohail told him he was ignorant of it:

While a candidate for president, the Muslim community Christie so eagerly embraced reportedly felt scorned. After all, Christie had to appeal to the conservative base, his defense of Muslims against Trump notwithstanding.

As long as Christie remains silent on Trump’s positions regarding Muslims, the endorsement should be viewed with a slight degree of skepticism. This is especially true when the words of Muslim leaders connected to stealth Muslim Brotherhood movements are digested. Consider Imam Hamad Ahmad Chebli, of the Islamic Society of Central Jersey. He is connected to the Muslim Brotherhood’s largest group in the U.S., the Islamic Society of North America, to a man with connections to al-Qaeda, to an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and the Imam of the Islamic Society of Boston visited by the Boston Marathon bombers. If anyone were to be outraged by Christie’s endorsement of Trump, it would be someone like Chebli.

However, this is where we can view the stealth deceit of jihad.

In an article by POLITICO New Jersey, Chebli’s comments about the endorsement seemed to hold out hope that Christie may be practicing a bit of American political jihad, in hopes of getting a good job in the Trump administration:

Hamad Ahmad Chebli, religious director for the Islamic Society of Central Jersey, also said Christie has been a supporter of the Muslim community “from day one.” He has hosted Ramadan breakfasts, Chebli noted, and defended Muslims after the revelations surrounding the New York Police Department’s surveillance program.

But Chebli wouldn’t criticize Christie’s endorsement, and said that as a Muslim he preaches forgiveness.

“We can’t say don’t endorse him,” Chebli said.

As a stealth jihadist, Chebli is clearly hedging his bets that Christie’s affinity for the Muslim community hasn’t gone anywhere but into hiding.

Time will tell but the longer Christie goes without talking about the diametrically opposing positions both he and Trump have held relative to the Muslim community, the more Chebli may be onto something.

We’ll know Christie has had an awakening on this issue when we see people like Chebli denouncing him.

Christie meeting with Muslim Brotherhood-linked individuals (Chebli on far left)

Christie meeting with Muslim Brotherhood-linked individuals (Chebli on far left)

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