Texas – Sharia -Sugarland

June 17, 2019

Sugarland –

Sugar Land City Council District 2

Amazing.  Two of the three candidates running were Muslim.  I’m Jewish.  I grew up in NYC and as a refugee from the USSR, I heard much criticism of Jews being in government and all sorts of things.  That there were too many everywhere and that we should not be elected to any political positions.

Yet, now there are many more Muslims and many more in government that there ever were Jews.  So, I don’t understand why one is embraced and the other repelled.  Not to mention the fact that Jew helped build this country.  Muslim’s were killing us and the British in pirate attacks off the Barbary Coast.  This is the very REASON that the Merchant Marines were created.

Muslims just attacked two ships off the coast of Oman.  So, here we are again.  Those who embrace Islam are being promoted?  While they kill everyone from other religions?  They are EXCLUSIONARY.  Is it inclusive to EMBRACE the EXCLUSIVE?  No.  Sharia is EXCLUSIVE and to EMBRACE it is TREASON!!

The birth of the Navy was the reaction to the slaughter on the high seas.  What will be the reaction to the JIHAD that mushrooms from within?




Muslim Immigrant Elected to Sugar Land City Council in Texas. Kermally received 1,811 / 57.26% votes

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Naushad Kermally has defeated Nabila Mansoor in the runoff election for Sugar Land City Council District 2.
Kermally received 1,811 / 57.26% votes, while Mansoor received 1,352 / 42.74% votes.
Both Kermally and Mansoor are muslim immigrants. Kermally was born in Kampala, Uganda and his parents were born in India. Mansoor was born in Canada and her parents were born in Pakistan.
Kermally will be sworn into office on June 18th.



Q&A: Get to know the candidates running for Sugar Land City Council District 2

Q&A: Get to know the candidates running for Sugar Land City Council District 2

   |  4:19 pm March

As early voting and the May 4 Election Day approaches, learn more about the candidates running for Sugar Land City Council.

Naushad Kermally

Occupation: Executive vice president at Prime Communications

Years in Sugar Land: Nine years

Phone number: 713-303-4410

Website: www.kermallyforsugarland.com

1. What would you do to help accelerate the redevelopment of Imperial Market?

While minimizing risk to the city, the Imperial Market is a magnet that must be pursued. To make it happen, I would, in coordination with the mayor, City Council and, equally important, with city staff and the economic development team, reach out to investors, as well as national and international tenants, with whom I have built relationships with over decades.

2. What are your thoughts on the reburial of the human remains discovered on Fort Bend ISD’s construction site in Sugar Land?

Sugar Land … is known throughout the world, the country and the region for our respect for human dignity, honor for those of different cultures and circumstances, and our appreciation for the diversity that makes us strong. We must work with local interest organizations, as well as families and government at every level, to lift up those impacted emotionally and otherwise. The history of what happened there should forever be preserved … for Sugar Land’s future. We must also remember that we are accountable to the taxpayers at the city, county, school and state level and must consider what the future of that property means for educating students in FBISD.

3. What are your thoughts on multifamily developments in Sugar Land? Would you add more apartments or do you feel the city has enough?

Families with roots going back to the “Original 300” and those that have moved from across the country and everywhere on earth are those that primarily want their own home and not multifamily apartments. I do believe in free market laisses-faire. My role as a district representative City Council member is to listen to those in the neighborhoods in my district. My neighbors throughout District 2 have made it clear they do not support multifamily growth developments in Sugar Land.

4. How would you work to ensure Sugar Land’s economic development stays diverse as some portions of the city are redeveloped and the remaining undeveloped land becomes limited?

I am a successful executive vice president and builder and know from my own life lessons the importance of diversity, both in economic development and growth. My family and I will continue to invest our time and resources as members of the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Fort Bend Economic Development Council to benefit Sugar Land. Additionally, I will further use my personal contacts to promote the opportunities that present themselves in our great city.

5. If elected, what challenge will be your top priority, and why?

Sugar Land is a growing, dynamic and excellence driven economic engine. We have traditions that reach back hundreds of years and a defined future focus. My top priority will be customer service to the Sugar Land citizens that elected me and to listen them in every area of my district. I will know the families, businesses and taxpayers in every subdivision and with respect will represent them as individuals to keep taxes, fines and fees low with services that reflect District 2 and exceed the expectations of those that voted to put me in office.

Nabila Mansoor

Occupation: Attorney and community organizer

Years in Sugar Land: 16 years

Phone number: 832-387-4529

Website: www.nabilaforsugarland.com

1. What would you do to help accelerate the redevelopment of Imperial Market?

The redevelopment of Imperial Market will mark an important milestone for the city. Sugar Land has a lot to look forward to with another retail, commercial, residential and entertainment destination in the Imperial Market. Unfortunately, the project has been hampered with delays and mismanagement. When on City Council, I will put together a task force to provide recommendations to the city addressing areas of concern and where we can improve, with financial transparency and fiscal responsibility as top priorities.

2. What are your thoughts on the reburial of the human remains discovered on Fort Bend ISD’s construction site in Sugar Land?

This was a moment that put our city in the national spotlight, and I commend the officials who stepped up and pushed Fort Bend ISD to make the hard, and ultimately, the right decision. I was one of the few individuals running for office that publicly spoke out in favor of memorializing the site where the remains were found. Such a memorial can serve to honor the dead, remind us of our shared history, and help heal and build bridges of understanding between our communities. To the extent the city’s involvement is necessary to effectuate the plan to put a cemetery and memorial at the site, I would advocate for the city to partner with the necessary entities.

3. What are your thoughts on multifamily developments in Sugar Land? Would you add more apartments or do you feel the city has enough?

It is important to find the right balance on this matter and listen to the community and people’s needs. With the city tapped out of remaining land, we want to ensure folks have access to options when choosing to live in Sugar Land. At the same time, I want to safeguard what gives Sugar Land its character. We shouldn’t be introducing noise pollution and traffic congestion. Any new developments would need to be done so intelligently with guarantees that put existing residents in mind. With respect to the specific multifamily development proposed at one time for the southwest intersection of University Boulevard and [Hwy.] 59, I would oppose multifamily development in that area.

4. How would you work to ensure Sugar Land’s economic development stays diverse as some portions of the city are redeveloped and the remaining undeveloped land becomes limited?

We need to prioritize what benefits residents the most. A core tenant of my platform is continuing to build out the mini-medical center that is growing in District 2 to ensure access to high-quality health care services, particularly for our elderly population. We should emphasize spaces that highlight our cultural diversity, especially in the arts, as businesses, I will prioritize a target list of key employers to attract to the city, based on something unique to Sugar Land. Regarding employment, beyond maintaining existing the skillsets of Sugar Land residents.

5. If elected, what challenge will be your top priority, and why?

Sugar Land is in an exceptional position today, maintaining its suburban atmosphere while having access to big city amenities. How do we prepare the city for the next century so that we can continue to be a destination for people to live and raise families as well as for companies to establish their campuses? There is a delicate balance between positive growth and retaining what makes Sugar Land great. I want to ensure we don’t lose our skilled young people to brain drain, that small businesses continue to thrive, and that we prepare ourselves for the economy of the future.



David Gornet

Occupation: Civil engineer

Years in Sugar Land: 28 years

Phone number: 713-542-8524

Website: www.gornet.net

1. What would you do to help accelerate the redevelopment of Imperial Market?

The city has created a TIRZ [tax increment reinvestment zone] for the Imperial Market that utilizes the increased value of the properties to support the redevelopment. This is a private development project. Beyond the TIRZ, the city is limited in further activities to support the project. The Imperial Market project will benefit the city by addressing the increasing demand for retail, restaurant, entertainment, residential and commercial opportunities.  The best way the city can further accelerate the project is to continue communications with the development partners to encourage continued investment in the project.

2. What are your thoughts on the reburial of the human remains discovered on Fort Bend ISD’s construction site in Sugar Land?

The remains uncovered by FBISD are an important reminder of the past. Fort Bend County has authorized an agreement with FBISD to take control of the remains and create a resting site and memorial for them near where they were found. The county and FBISD are working through the legal and financial issues related to this. The city has previously offered assistance with the proper interment of the remains, though it was declined. I believe the city should continue to communicate with the parties and be willing to facilitate any issues that cannot be handled by the county or FBISD.

3. What are your thoughts on multifamily developments in Sugar Land? Would you add more apartments or do you feel the city has enough?

As a homeowner I feel the existing and approved multifamily projects should meet needs of the city. There is a place for multifamily housing to accommodate people who want to live in Sugar Land. Whether young adults, professionals on assignment in the area or seniors, multifamily housing is a tool available to bridge their diverse needs. Current projects appear to meet current demand. One additional project has already been approved through a master plan agreement as a part of a planned development.

4. How would you work to ensure Sugar Land’s economic development stays diverse as some portions of the city are redeveloped and the remaining undeveloped land becomes limited?

Sugar Land is a great place to live because of its diversity and the opportunity it has provided to entrepreneurs to invest and develop in our community. The city needs to be open to development and redevelopment concepts that will enhance the quality of life. By advancing our bike/ped mobility program we can encourage walking or bike riding to access the diversity of offerings that the city affords. And, just as Uber or Lyft have become mainstream, the city needs flexibility to be able to adapt our community in the future to new technology.

5. If elected, what challenge will be your top priority, and why?

Sugar Land has planned and addressed many issues before they became challenges. My top priority will be public safety. To me public safety is the cornerstone of our quality of life. Our police department works to keep us safe but needs our support and modern tools to effectively protect us. The fire department and EMS services likewise need modern equipment to best respond to the demands of our growing community. Public works—that designs and maintains our network of roads, bridges, sidewalks, drainage, water supply and water treatment facilities—provides an often unseen, though equally important, public safety function.

Omar a Islamic and Sharia supremacist is a KEYNOTE speaker at a dinner that Jewish Mayor Adler will attend. Would he have attended a dinner with the SS at it’s formation?

May 17, 2019

Omar is a Muslim supremacist and is openly advocating sedition.  She is a Sharia supporter, which is incompatible with the Constitution of the US.

To make this even more unbelievable is that she has broken many laws, by marrying her brother to skirt immigration laws.

ALL this while being a member of Congress.

Who voted her in?

Were the VOTERS that voted to support this US Citizens?

Surely, her leadership must be stopped as it is a seditious outcome.


Texas Jewish mayor urged to pull out of Iftar dinner with Omar


Shopping with my wallet – NOT at MACY’s

May 5, 2019


February 7, 2018

Macy’s (M, -0.90%) is launching a line of clothing specifically for Muslim women, which will see it become the first U.S. department store to carry hijabs.

The Verona Collection, an Islamic-focused fashion brand, will be offered alongside clothing from designers ranging from Anne Klein to Ivanka Trump. The line, including the traditional headscarves, will go on sale. Feb. 15, with prices ranging from $13 to $85.

Beyond hijabs, the collection includes modest dresses, tops, cardigans, and pants. The brand will only be available on macys.com.

The line springs from The Workshop at Macy’s, a program that fosters minority- and women-owned businesses.

The Verona Collection founder Lisa Vogl started the brand after feeling frustrated with a lack of fashionable choices for people who prefer more demure clothing.

“Verona Collection is more than a clothing brand. It’s a platform for a community of women to express their personal identity and embrace fashion that makes them feel confident on the inside and outside,” Vogl said in a press release.


Islam party in Sweden – When have you hear of Jewish party or Christian party? Islam is a body POLITIC

April 19, 2019

Islam as it is today is not a FAITH alone.  Islam REQUIRES Sharia supremacy.  The Jihad is what moves Sharia into physical geographical areas.


Ex-Muslim warns Sweden that their country will be Islamic in 50 years, due to their catastrophic immigration policies

Mona Walter is a Somali woman who came to Sweden in the 90’s. In Somalia, she had never been religious, but in Sweden she was more or less forced to go to the mosque and wear a hijab.

After a couple of years she rebelled, left Islam and became an atheist. Eventually she came to believe in Jesus and converted to Christianity.

“For many years I have tried to get the Swedes to understand what the Muslim goal is – to take over your country. The first thing they will do is demand sharia courts, just like in the UK”, she says.

But the mainstream media does not want to listen to Mona Walter. They call her controversial and most Swedes turn away from her message, which they perceive as too frightening, according to the news blog Ingrid and Maria.

“Swedes are so convinced that Swedish laws will always apply in their country. But ask any Englishman if he 30 years ago would have believed that Britain would have legal sharia courts in 2019. No one would have thought it possible.”

“If Sweden recognises Sharia courts the Muslims will have new demands, like permission to rule their own enclaves without interference from the Swedish society. The end goal is for Sharia to rule all of Sweden.”

“If there, perchance, are any blond and blue-eyed Swedes left at that point it doesn’t matter – they will all be behind niqabs and burkas by that time”, Mona states.


“What Muslim politicians want is to change the laws so that Muslims in Sweden get permission to live under Sharia law. They want to rule their own areas without having to obey the secular laws of Sweden.”

“That is the long-term goal and Islam has lots of patience. As they say: “You have the watches, but we have the time””, she continues.

Before the election on September 9 last year most Swedish journalists were hysterical about the Nazi party Nordic Resistance Movement. They got 2 106 votes, clearly showing that Swedes are not interested in National socialism.

But no one seems scared by the fact that Sweden now have approximately one million Muslims in the country, of which many have infiltrated the political parties to promote their own interests. The question is when Muslims will form their own party in Sweden.

In Belgium the Islam Party has been very successful over the last few years, with political goals like making the country a “100 percent Islamic state” and introducing Sharia law. They say Belgium will have a Muslim majority in only 12 years.




Hilton and the Democrats (Ilan Omar) are hosting Islamic Terrorist CAIR

April 7, 2019



#Hilton Hotel Hosts A #Terrorist Fundraiser! SERIOUSLY!! https://youtu.be/xQvdqyLOcTM via @YouTube

Mattress Firm’s Sharia compliant – Missouri – Manchester – burqa clad woman is refused service for security reasons. Manager fired. Sharia complied.

April 16, 2011

Another reason why Sharia should be outlawed!

This is not a nun.

Nun’s are not known for wearing face covers.  Nor have there been ANY arrests for nun’s robing or stealing or anything else, at least, not recently and not with any great amounts.  I personally have not heard of any.

However, burqa clad individuals seem to permeate the crime areas.

New Jersey – Yet another Burqa Bandit – BAN THE BURQA now!

Pakistan – Ban the Burqa – Islamabad – Burqa clad (man/woman? the unknown. The faceless) militant detonated a suicide vest hidden beneath that righteous garment. \SARC intended.
male burqa ban france wife motorcycle

Mattress company refuses to sell to Muslim

  • By Jesse Bogan  St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  • First Posted: April 15, 2011 – 5:35 pm
    Last Updated: April 15, 2011 – 5:35 pm

MANCHESTER, Mo. — Syeeda Hussaini has suffered from neck pain the past few years, to the extent that it’s difficult for her to drive and get a good night’s rest.

So on a recent weekend, she, her husband, and their three kids loaded up the car and drove less than a mile to a store called Mattress Firm. Her husband, Mohammad, encouraged her to lie on different beds to see which one felt best.

She said the store manager approached, but oddly didn’t want to help. He told the family that he wouldn’t sell them a mattress for security reasons, she said.

Hussaini, 27, who is Muslim, covers all but her hands, feet and eyes in public to show respect for femininity and her religion. She said the manager told her she needed to show her face for service. Mohammad, a pathology resident at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, tried to explain that his wife dressed this way to be modest, much like Catholic nuns. But the manager stomped off, they say.

Hussaini wrote a letter to a regional representative of the company after the March 12 visit to the store. An official at Mattress Firm headquarters in Houston said the company “has a zero-tolerance policy on racial and religious profiling.” Spokeswoman Sunni Goodman would not comment specifically about the manager, but she confirmed the encounter happened.

“As soon as we were informed of the incident, we took appropriate action to address the situation,” she said.

The manager no longer works for Mattress Firm.

Other retailers at the shopping plaza said it’s not unusual to see women fully covered. The Dar Ul Islam mosque, the most established of about a dozen mosques in the St. Louis area, is just a few miles away.

There have been other recent complaints in the region. Advocates said emotions are running high since a Muslim community center was proposed near ground zero in New York and since a Floridapastor burned a Quran, the holy book of the Islamic faith.

“It’s harder to be a Muslim in the United States now than at any time since 9/11,” said James Hacking III, a lawyer and head of the Muslim task force of the American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri.

“With more Muslims being a part of society, there is going to be more interaction,” he said. “A small minority of people don’t like having Muslims around. For the most part, Muslims live side by side with their neighbors without incident.”

Sometimes complaints are settled easily, he said. For instance, a misunderstanding in March involving an employee at a high-end hotel in Clayton, Mo., was told to shave off his beard. The company made an exception to its policy on facial hair after it was explained that the employee wore a beard for religious reasons.

Other incidents seem more serious. On Monday, two of Hacking’s Muslim clients filed a lawsuit in St. Louis County against Bankers Life and Casualty Co., and Daniel Colvis, a branch manager inChesterfield, Mo., alleging violations of the Missouri Human Rights Act.

Ali Badran and Warrad Warrad, of Florissant, who were sales agents at the life and health insurance company, claim that Colvis “repeatedly made disparaging and defamatory comments” about their race, religion and ethnicity in front of other employees. Colvis is accused of making hostile comments to the plaintiffs including, “Please don’t blow yourselves up.” He allegedly told Warrad to shave off a neatly trimmed beard and asked both of them if they were related to Osama Bin Laden and if they danced on 9/11.

Colvis fired Badran in 2009 and Warrad in 2010, even though they had stronger sales histories than non-Muslim agents, according to the lawsuit.

At his office Friday, Colvis declined to comment on the lawsuit through an assistant and forwarded inquiries to the company’s corporate headquarters in Chicago.

“We believe the lawsuit is without merit, and we intend to defend it vigorously,” said spokeswoman Barbara Ciesemier, declining to respond to follow-up questions.

Last Sunday, a threatening note and three burned Qurans were reported at a mosque in Springfield, Mo., that was vandalized in January.

“A lot of this is generated by Internet hate,” said Ibrahim Hooper, spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Washington.

Asked about the Springfield incident and others, Pamela Geller, executive director of Stop The Islamization of America, wrote in an email: “Many recent incidents of this nature have been perpetrated by Muslims.” She added, “I condemn all acts of stupidity, but let’s get the facts first.”

Clothing in particular has been in the spotlight this week. A new law in France took effect Monday forbidding women to cover their faces in public. Women reportedly risk a $200 fine; males face a $43,000 fine if they force women to wear a veil.

Hussaini, of Manchester, said she wants to be covered and is thankful to have the opportunity to do so inthe United States. She dons an abaya, or full-length outer gown; hijab, or head scarf; and niqab, or veil.

She admits that kids can be startled by her appearance in public. “Mommy, there’s a monster,” is one comment she has heard. But she said some mothers ask Hussaini to explain to their children why she wears what she does.

She eventually found a mattress, but not an apology.

Goodman, the company spokeswoman, said a regional salesman followed up with the Hussaini family a couple weeks ago to apologize and invite them back to the store. Syeeda Hussaini said that has not occurred.

Shaken after the visit to Mattress Firm in March, the Hussaini family went to other companies in the area.

“They let me try out all the beds and they were fine,” she said.

She ended up buying her mattress online.


(c) 2011, St. Louis Post-Dispatch.


Afghanistan – “Kill your wife, and I’ll give you a daughter”, says the cousin of a man who’s wife is a FEMALE PROVINCIAL COUNCIL MEMBER. Islam is EVIL

These unfortunate women were accused of prostituting themselves to U.S. military and American contractors and were dispatched by the Taliban. The women, dressed in blue burqas, were shot and killed just outside Ghazni city in central Afghanistan, said Sayed Ismal, a spokesman for Ghazni's governor. He called the two "innocent local people"

Frank Gaffney: New York State Senate Testimony – No one seems to know anything about Islamberg – the “no go zone”

April 12, 2011
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Amazing!  The politician in this don’t even know that Islamberg exists in their own state.  Let alone that this is a NO GO ZONE in NY- there are more no go zones.  They just don’t want to admit it.

World Net Daily Chilling videos about “Muslim women at a compound in New York state practicing throat-slitting techniques and assault weapons attacks”

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Want to see another also in NY?

America’s Little Palestine- Brooklyn New York

That’s only NY – there are places such as this ALL OVER THE US


Why don’t they know?  Why doesn’t the vast majority of the US know?  Why do the Muslims think we are stupid?

The main stream media and the rest of the media are not exposing it


The are  communist, environmentalist, Fascist, Globalist, green peace, Greenie, Islamist, Liberal, Maoist, Marxist, Marxist-Leninist, Progressive, Republican,  RINO,  socialist and just plain Tyrants

So, you see the ISLAM and the PROGRESSIVES are one an the same.  Until there is only those two and then you’ll see the difference.  No matter, it’s all bad either way you slice it.



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