Eight years is a long time – especially when the President of the United States during that time, spent every waking hour scheming to destroy America and all of our institutions. The “Swamp” of which our new president speaks, is in reality a vast ocean of waste and political excrement.
Muslim now spiritual leader to 14,000 U.S. Army soldiers
Lt. Col. Khallid Shabazz, 48, was recently named division-level chaplain for the Army’s 7th Infantry at Joint Base Lewis-McChord near Tacoma, Washington, a title that puts him in charge of providing spiritual counsel to roughly 14,000 mostly-Christian U.S. soldiers.
Shabazz has been an Army chaplain for years, one of only 10 Muslim chaplains in the entire U.S. military and one of only five in the Army.
And in four months, his appointment will be formalized, via a division ceremony at Lewis-McChord.
“When you get the call saying you have been bestowed a division, the news is kind of like, unearthly,” Shabazz said, McClatchy D.C. reported. “The list is so small and it’s such a tough cut.”
And his reaction when he got the call?
“I’m on the phone saying, ‘Thank you, I appreciate it,’” he said, to McClatchy D.C. “Then I hang up the phone and I’m jumping all around like a little kid … running around the office saying, al hamdulillah, al hamdulillah, praise be to God.”
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Not all are going to be happy with the appointment, he acknowledged.
“For me, a regular old guy from Louisiana, I look to the heavens and say, ‘Why me?’ As the day gets closer, I’m sure I’ll have more anxiety and think about it more,” he told McClatchy. “Islamic guy in a leadership position? If I think about it too much, it’ll get overwhelming.”
Shabazz was born Michael Barnes to a Lutheran family who lived about three hours from New Orleans. He attended Jarvis Christian College in eastern Texas, and after graduating, went back to Louisiana and taught fifth-grade biology.
He quit at the age of 23 and joined the Army. And it was while serving in Germany that he converted from Christian to Muslim.
As McClatchy D.C. reported:
While stationed in Baumholder, Germany, Shabazz worked the motor pool with a Muslim soldier who annoyed other troops with his boasts about the virtues of Islam. Shabazz, who back then was still Christian, grew fed up and decided “to cut him down to size.” He challenged the Muslim to a public debate on the merits of their respective religions.
On the afternoon of the showdown, Shabazz recalled, about 30 soldiers filled a meeting room on base. Shabazz was ready to pounce, but the Muslim opponent “kind of blindsided me with some facts,” launching into a powerful, persuasive defense of his faith that put Islam in a whole new light.
Shabazz, stunned, was down for the count.
“It was all-out cognitive dissonance, depression and shame, honestly,’ Shabazz said, recalling his feelings at that moment. ‘I thought I had a stronghold on the truth. And, for the first time, my confidence was shaken in who I was as a human being and what I believed.”
Shortly after, Shabazz started studying Islam. Two years later, he converted to Islam and changed his name. Why the switch?
He said after studying Islam, he identified with the faith, particularly its emphasis on “thinking” and charity.
Shabazz said his new job as division chaplain would not lead him to convert troops.
“My job,” he told the news outlet, “is not to convert anybody to Islam. God guides people. My only goal is to have people leave my office stronger than when they came in.”
He also said, the news outlet reported: “I don’t want to help just Muslims. I don’t want to help just Christians. I want to help people who are in distress.”
The Department of Defense reports a total of 6,000 or so of self-identified Muslims among its ranks. That’s out of a total of 1.3 million active duty members, and another 800,000 or so reserve and guard troops. – source
WHY would someone choose a Muslim imam to be the spiritual counsellor to over 14,000 soldiers who are not Muslim? This makes no sense, unless of course it is calculated and has a nefarious goal.
Shabazz claims that he has no plans to proselytize for Islam, but I don’t buy that. You see, in Islam lying is permissible if the lie will help to expand Islam and their quest for world domination. In Arabic this “permissible lie” is called “taqiyya.”
Whoever put Shabazz in this position, definitely had something else in mind. And I believe that this person is a leftover of Obama’s regime. These remnants of the darkest time in American history are all over the place, and they are hiding in plain site.
Shabazz has a Blog Site Which has not been updated since early 2016:
I would strongly encourage the reader to go to this website and peruse his articles on Islam. I would also encourage the reader to then go to my article on Islam and read the passages from the Qur’an which blatantly contradict the words from Shabazz.
The Truth About Islam (Article from my website)
After reviewing the blog site of Shabazz and comparing it to that which is written in the Qur’an – the reader should be able to see clearly that this man is lying to the non Muslim world. This is the way they operate.
Did you know that Christian Chaplains are not allowed to pray in the name of Jesus in the U.S. Military? Did you also know that these chaplains are not allowed to carry the Bible with them?
I pray that you are as troubled as I am – knowing the truth about that which is happening. Brethren, we can only pray. Mr. Shabazz was brought up in a Christian home and converted to Islam at age 23. Pray for this man. Pray that the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob will truly reveal Himself to Shabazz and he will be born again!
Nothing is too difficult for the Lord.
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