Muslims throughout America are beginning to become bolder with their disdain for the country they live in by publicly expressing their immediate plans for destruction from within. Either they are used to getting away with spreading such hatred after eight years of Barack Obama supporting it, or they have become desperate in realizing that with President Trump in charge, things are not in their favor…
Despite supporting Muslims in various politicized moves, former-CEO Schultz has left successor Johnson to inherit a once untouchable corporation choking on its own values. After specifically catering to Muslims in Islamic Malaysia and Indonesia, devout Muslim organizations are boycotting Starbucks and demanding the coffee chain’s license to do business in the countries be revoked because of the company’s support of LGBT rights.
After years of conservatives warning liberals that their values are incompatible with their Muslim allies, the Islamic community in 2 very profitable nations has turned against the corporate giant that has consistently supported them. Schultz abandoned his position as CEO just in time for Johnson to feel the effects of years of furthering the Islamic and leftist agenda, fleeing as Sharia law advocates began rising up with fierce international opposition toward his pro-LGBT stance.
The massive boycott was organized by Muhammadiyah, Indonesia’s second-largest Islamic group, in order to stand for the Islamic prophet’s hardline stance against homosexualityand brutal punishment of such acts. The movement was joined last week by the Malaysian group Perkasa, which supports the rights of Malay Muslims per the Quran and hadith, as support for the boycott grows to devastating numbers. The call to boycott was raised by Amini Amir Abdullah, the head of Perkasa’s Islamic affairs bureau, according to Daily Mail.
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Despite arguments from the defense that Abdullah had been stereotyped as a possible terrorist, Dooley said that accusation was never pursued by the prosecution and it was not a factor in Thursday’s sentence.
This case, Dooley said Thursday, is about “a willful, intentional violation of the law,” in that Abdullah did not follow the required channels to have his guns registered in New York state.
“There was overwhelming evidence of the defendant’s guilt,” Dooley said.
Abdullah’s defense lawyer Matthew Ryan, the former Binghamton mayor, said his client had legally purchased his firearms in Georgia but kept them in a Town of Union storage locker after he became homeless.
Ryan, alluding to a June press conference hosted by state police in Kirkwood, also railed against law enforcement officials for trying to portray Abdullah as a danger to the community because of the large collection of weapons that were found as part of the investigation.
Ryan told the judge he had a tough time believing anyone who read news reports of this case would think it was only about illegal possession of handguns. But it was a mistake, he conceded, that his client never obtained a pistol permit.