On March 31, 2017 the Argus Leader covered an April 9 scheduled event that they falsely title "Anti-Muslim speaker to visit Sioux Falls":
Local Muslim groups say a talk next week on the dangers of Islam and refugee resettlement represents a message of intolerance and hate.
The April 9 event at the Hilton Garden Inn South features Tennessee radio host and author Brannon Howse and Spokane, Wash.-based Pastor Shahram Hadian, an Iranian-born former Muslim who’s converted to Christianity.
In fact Hadian is a Christian Pastor. Here is Taneeza Islam's response:
Taneeza Islam, a local immigration lawyer and organizer for the local Muslim community, mentioned the upcoming talk during a panel on hate crimes Thursday at the downtown library in Sioux Falls.
She cited speakers like Howse and Hadian as part of a prejudicial undercurrent that inspires fear among ethnic minorities nationwide. In Sioux Falls, that fear has grown in recent years.
The founder of a Sioux Falls Muslim Brotherhood Mosque also responded:
Mohammed Sherif, co-founder of the Islamic Center of Sioux Falls, said the community will respond peacefully to express their opposition. Sherif sees the rally, one of a handful planned across the Midwest in April, is an extension of resolutions in Pierre aimed at labeling Islam as terrorism.
Islamophobia Watch - South Dakota: Outside anti-Islam event, protesters ask for acceptance. Taneeza Islam, an immigration attorney and event organizer, said she thought it was important to make a public display in support of the Sioux Falls Muslim community. She said the group's message of love was apparent Sunday.
"We are here for peace. We are here to show our love. We are here to show our unity. We are here to show what neighborly looks like," she shouted to the crowd.
The use of the Democratic cultural Neo-Marxist social justice tactics is a smokescreen. What we are witnessing is a Civilization Jihad attack on a Muslim convert, who is deemed to be violating Sharia Law. This happens in Muslim dominated countries, where Sharia Law is used against Muslims who want to leave that belief system:
Malaysia is often held up as a model nation that blends modern secular institutions with a tolerant brand of Islam. Sharia, or Islamic law, is followed but in the context of a constitutional framework. A recent decision, however, by Malaysia’s high court refusing to recognize a Muslim woman’s conversion to Christianity has called into question the country’s freedom of religion and multi-faith identity. Similar cases in Afghanistan, Egypt, and Jordan also have aroused concern among Western-based rights groups about Islam’s compatibility with democracy.
Here are the facts:
Lina Joy, born an ethnic Malay Muslim, appealed to the nation’s highest court to be recognized as a Christian, the faith of her Indian boyfriend. The forty-three-year-old Joy took up the Catholic faith in 1990, was baptized eight years later, and changed her name to Azlina Jailani in 1999. The next year, Joy sought to remove the word “Islam” from her identification card—that way, she could legally marry her boyfriend—but the lower civil courts ruled that only sharia courts could officially sanction her conversion. Under sharia law in Malaysia, Joy could face criminal prosecution for apostasy, punishable by imprisonment, a hefty fine, or time spent at a “rehabilitation” camp. Last year, she fled into hiding worried for her safety. Malaysia, though a multiconfessional state whose constitution guarantees religious freedoms, has seen rising religious tensions in recent years between its Muslim Malay majority (about 60 percent of its population) and its mostly Indian and Chinese Hindu, Buddhist, and Christian minorities. Hundreds of Muslim demonstrators flanked the federal court building during the decision, shouting “God is great.”
Here is the significance of the court decision:
The Lina Joy case raises legal questions as to what role Islamic law should play in Muslim societies. “Now, the prospects of sharia and civil law peacefully coexisting have grown dim,” writes Angela C. Wu of the Washington-based Becket Fund for Religious Liberty in the Wall Street Journal. Non-Muslim groups across the Muslim world increasingly complain that their rights are being infringed upon by Islamic courts. While constitutions in Muslim countries usually guarantee freedom of religion, they also bow to Islamic law. Iraq’s constitution, for example, states Islam is the official religion and “a source of legislation”—not the sole source of authority—but adds that the government may not enact a law “that contradicts the undisputed rules of Islam.”
Clearly Taneeza's attack on a Muslim convert to Christian Pastor is not an act of love. Her actions are examples of Islamic supremacy that refuses to allow Muslims to leave Islam. The inter-faith movement in America needs to wake up.
It is Shahram Hadian who came to Sioux Falls in an act of love:
Today we are continuing on the subject of the sources of Islamic doctrine. Our purpose for this series is not to cause people to hate Muslims. My Christian faith tells me to love everyone, including my enemies.
The Muslim faith teaches that Jesus didn’t die on the cross, He didn’t raise from the grave, He is not God in the flesh, and so forth. There is only one way to God, and it is through the Lord Jesus Christ. It is out of love for the souls of Muslims that we teach on the false teachings of Islam, We want to see them saved from Hell, to have an eternal relationship with our God.
Our purpose is to inform Americans, and especially Christians in America and Canada, so they can be prepared to show the errors taught by Islam. The ultimate goal is the salvation of Muslims.
Hadian is listed on the Southern Poverty Law Center's hate list. The Social Justice Warriors and the Muslim Brotherhood Jihadist have things turned completely inside out. They themselves are the hate-filled bigots promoting a fascist based supremacist agenda. More to come on the real agenda of Taneeza Islam, as a blow a trumpet to warn South Dakota about a slow developing attack on our culture with a Civilizational Jihad that is importing hatred in the name of peace.