Obama Celebrates Ramadan

Despite the efforts of the Obama administration to cover

 this up,by saying that many presidents have had Ramadan

 at the WhiteHouse,The answer is no they have not! 

Ramadan has never been celebrated in the WhiteHouse in any traditional way.It is chiefly 

a muslim celebration and the US has never had a muslim President,

Not until now ?  we have a President that is allowing 

Ramadan in the WhiteHouse,and dishonoring 

Christmas and God .Not till now do we have a President 

who does everything in a muslim way /not an American way,has 

anyone ever directly asks this man if he is a muslim? Then again 

that would really do no! good! he has lied from the start and he continues

to be untruthful to the American people.But Muslims believe they can lie to 

people who do not believe like them.They do not  understanding that they are the infidels

 that refuse to turn to the true God and be set free.The fool has said in his heart 

there is no God! .If you honored God  & our country this would 

not be taking place in the WhiteHouse,This is a total & on purpose insult

 to the true living God and the United States of America!

 Ramadan would not be taking place at your table if you loved and honored God.So the Obama

 administration is trying to say other presidents have been this way before,

Not true! not true at all! just because they grin at you while lying to your face,do not believe them

about anything.



 Obama Shames this country

 by even being in the white house!

He dishonors our God & welcomes

 an idol god inside the white house.

Lets get God fearing people back in

 the white house!people who believe

 in what this country was founded

on and people who love Jesus and

 show respect for this nation and

the one true God.Not a moon idol god. 






What is ( RAMADAN ) ?


Ramadan (Arabic: رمضان

Ramaḍān, Arabic pronunciation: [rɑmɑdˤɑːn])

 (also Ramadhan, Ramadaan ,

 Ramazan ) is the ninth month

of the Islamic calendar.

It is the Islamic month

of fasting, in which participating

 Muslims refrain from eating,

 drinking and sexual relations

 from dawn until sunset.[1]

Fasting is intended to teach

Muslims about patience,

humility, and spirituality.

 It is a time for Muslims to

 fast for the sake of God (Arabic:

(not our Holy God)

 الله‎, trans: Allah) and to offer

more prayer than usual.

 During Ramadan,

Muslims ask forgiveness for

 past sins, pray for guidance and

 help in refraining from

everyday evils, and try to

purify themselves through

self-restraint and good deeds.

As compared to the solar calendar,

the dates of Ramadan vary,

moving backwards

about eleven days each year

 depending on the moon.

Muslims believe Ramadan

 to be an auspicious month for the

 revelations of God to humankind, (idol god)

being the month in which the

first verses of the Qur'an were

 revealed to the

Islamic prophet, Muhammad.

(inspired by demonic forces)

Their god is not

 the God of Christians & of Israel

the true God,when they say god.

It is their

moon god,idol god they speak of.

Not the God we serve & know.

Origins of Ramadan

The name "Ramadan" had been the name of the ninth month in Arabian culture long before

 the arrival of Islam; the word itself derived from an Arabic root rmḍ, as in words like

 "ramiḍa" or "ar-ramaḍ" denoting intense heat scorched ground and shortness of rations.

In the Qur'an, God proclaims that "fasting has been written down (as obligatory) upon you,

as it was upon those before you". According to the earliest hadith, this refers to the

 Jewish practice of fasting on Yom Kippur

The start of Ramadan


Hilāl (the crescent) is typically a day (or more) after the astronomical new moon.

Since the new moon indicates the beginning of the new month,

Muslims can usually safely estimate the beginning of Ramadan.

There are disagreements each year however on when Ramadan starts.

 This stems from the tradition to sight the moon with the naked eye

 and as such there are differences for countries on opposite sides of

the globe More recently however, some Muslims are leaning towards

 using astronomical calculations to avoid this confusion.

 For the year of 1431 Hijri, the first day of Ramadan was determined to be August 10th, 2010.

President Obama Celebrates Ramadan

at White House Iftar Dinner


right from the horses mouth,or should i insult a horse this way!





If your like me,your sick of these heartless acts of injustice to our nation!


Here is what Obama said to try to make us understand why he is supporting

 and funding and is out of his head if he thinks we are going for any of his crap!

Last night,


President Obama continued the White House tradition of hosting an Iftar -

the meal that breaks the day of fasting - celebrating Ramadan in the State Dining Room. 

During his remarks at the Iftar dinner, President Obama reflected on the importance of

 religious freedom as one of the founding principles of our Nation: 

Our Founders understood that the best way to honor the place of faith in the

 lives of our people was to protect their freedom to practice religion.  In the

 Virginia Act of Establishing Religion Freedom, Thomas Jefferson wrote that

 “all men shall be free to profess, and by argument to maintain, their opinions in

matters of religion.” 


The First Amendment of our Constitution established the freedom

of religion as the law of the land.  And that right has been upheld ever since.

Indeed, over the course of our history, religion has flourished within our borders

precisely because Americans have had the right to worship as they choose -–

including the right to believe in no religion at all. 


 And it is a testament to the

 wisdom of our Founders that America remains deeply religious -– a nation

where the ability of peoples of different faiths to coexist peacefully and with

mutual respect for one another stands in stark contrast to the religious

conflict that persists elsewhere around the globe.

Now, that's not to say that religion is without controversy. Recently,

 attention has been focused on the construction of mosques in certain

 communities -–


 particularly New York.  Now, we must all recognize and respect

 the sensitivities surrounding the development of Lower Manhattan. 

 The 9/11 attacks were a deeply traumatic event for our country. 

And the pain and the experience of suffering by those who lost

loved ones is just unimaginable. 


 So I understand the emotions

that this issue engenders.  And Ground Zero is, indeed, hallowed ground.

But let me be clear.  As a citizen, and as President, I believe that

 Muslims have the same right to practice their religion as everyone else

 in this country.


  (Applause.)  And that includes the right to build a

 place of worship and a community center on private property in Lower

 Manhattan, in accordance with local laws and ordinances. 


 This is America. 

And our commitment to religious freedom must be unshakeable. 

The principle that people of all faiths are welcome in this country and

 that they will not be treated differently by their government is

essential to who we are. 


The writ of the Founders must endure.

We must never forget those who we lost so tragically on 9/11, and we

must always honor those who led the response to that attack -– from the f

firefighters who charged up smoke-filled staircases, to our troops who are

 serving in Afghanistan today. And let us also remember who we’re fighting

 against, and what we’re fighting for.  Our enemies respect no religious freedom.

  Al Qaeda’s cause is not Islam -– it’s a gross distortion of Islam. 

These are not religious leaders -–


 they’re terrorists who murder

 innocent men and women and children.  In fact, al Qaeda has killed

 more Muslims than people of any other religion -– and that list of

victims includes innocent Muslims who were killed on 9/11.



So that's who we’re fighting against.  And the reason that we will win

 this fight is not simply the strength of our arms -– it is the strength of our values. 

The democracy that we uphold. The freedoms that we cherish. 



 The laws that we apply without regard to race, or religion, or wealth,

 or status.  Our capacity to show not merely tolerance, but respect

 towards those who are different from us –- and that way of life,



 that quintessentially American creed, stands in stark contrast to the nihilism

 of those who attacked us on that September morning, and who

 continue to plot against us today.

              The President also reflected on the many contributions Muslim

                   Americans have made to our country:

Like so many other immigrants, generations of Muslims came to forge their future here. 

They became farmers and merchants, worked in mills and factories. 

They helped lay the railroads.  They helped to build America. 



They founded the first Islamic center in New York City in the 1890s. 

 They built America’s first mosque on the prairie of North Dakota.

  And perhaps the oldest surviving mosque in America —- still in use today —-

is in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.



Today, our nation is strengthened by millions of Muslim Americans.

  They excel in every walk of life.  Muslim American communities —-

 including mosques in all 50 states —- also serve their neighbors. 

 Muslim Americans protect our communities as police officers and

firefighters and first responders. 


Muslim American clerics have

 spoken out against terror and extremism, reaffirming that Islam

 teaches that one must save human life, not take it.  And Muslim

Americans serve with honor in our military.


At next week’s iftar

 at the Pentagon, tribute will be paid to three soldiers who



gave their lives in Iraq and now rest among the heroes of Arlington National Cemetery. 

These Muslim Americans died for the security that we depend on,

 and the freedoms that we cherish.  They are part of an unbroken

 line of Americans that stretches back to our founding; Americans

 of all faiths who have served and sacrificed to extend the promise

of America to new generations, and to ensure



 that what is exceptional about America is protected -–

 our commitment to stay true to our core values,

and our ability slowly but surely to perfect our union.



            They enjoy trying to place fear inside of people,this is what they are taught to do in the

            quran-They believe in bringing under submission,bondage,hate,killing,terrorising,beating,

            and on and on! If they knew the one true God they would know He is a God of love,peace,

              a God who hears when you pray, a God who answers prayer,


               A God who does miracles, & wonders every day some

               where in the world,A God who delivers & sets free from your burden of sins,and forgives

               you of all your sins.


                  I will say religion can brain wash you right

                into hell! your  not saved by religion,do not deceive your own soul ,

                You can worship God anywhere He cannot be contained in a building,He said the earth


                is my footstool and Heaven His throne.Traditions have made many people follow the wrong

               path in life.I want for you to seek God out,find out the truth for your self.

                That no man deceive you at all.And above that you do not deceive yourself.






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