Washington state-based Pastor Shahram Hadian spoke about “Sabotaging America: Islam’s March Towards Supremacy” at a private presentation to large group in Sioux Falls.
Argus Leader Pastor Hadian was joined by Tennessee author Brannon Howse who spoke on “Genesis to Revelation: A Biblical Worldview Briefing on the Past, Current and Future World Events.”
Hadian, who was born in Iran and came to the U.S. as a young boy, warns audiences that Islam is not just a religion but a totalitarian system governing people’s lives. Americans must not let political correctness and tolerance keep them sidelined while Islam destroys their way of life, he said.
Wisely, the media were banned from the Sioux Falls event and were relegated to talking to the Muslim protestors and their non-Muslim useful idiots. (The Muslims, as usual, had to show their supremacy by lifting their asses to Allah and praying outside the event)
Hadian planned to speak on the importance of “extreme vetting of Muslim immigrants,” the event’s registration page said, due to the “clear and present threat ISIS poses to America as they have boasted of placing their terrorists among the refugees flooding into America.”
Hadian’s messages, which paint Islam as a religion of violence, have drawn criticism from Islamic groups as representing a message of intolerance. In February, Hadian’s ministry was listed as a hate group (as are ALL anti-Islam groups) by the George Soros-funded Southern Poverty Law Center.
Outside the conference hall Ismael Mulamba, 32, stood alongside Ali Elkafifi, 14, holding a sign that said, “No hate in SF.” The two men booed as a man in a pickup truck drove by and shouted out the window that “Islam is evil and that Muslims worship a false god.”
“We are all sons of God, whether we’re Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Hindu,” Mulamba said. He then looked toward the hotel and said, “They preach loving your neighbor as yourself, but the reason they are there is to promote hate and fear.”
Below is a short sample of what Pastor Hadian tells audiences: