ISNA Recruiting Muslim Youth For Civilization Jihad At MYNA Summer Camps Themed "Stop, Submit And Serve"
July 26, 2016
HAMAS Linked ISNA Youth Group on the Prowl
July 19, 2016 - San Francisco, CA - PipeLineNews.org – The E-notification arrives, breathlessly cajoling impressionable Muslim youth to attend one of a series of week-long "Summer camps" during which we surmise [knowing the MO of the parent group] they will be further inculcated into the philosophy of the Muslim Brotherhood's program of "civilization jihad," intending to create cadres of young activists intent upon spreading "God's religion" by sending them out into the larger non-Muslim community.
From the flyer:
"MYNA SUMMER REGIONAL CAMPS 2016
$50 off registration ends tomorrow!
Kansas: July 31 - August 6
Indiana: August 5 - 11
Maryland: August 6 - 12
California: August 7 - 12
This summer, MYNA is back at it again, expanding to four summer camps all over the United States, making it accessible to more youth than ever before. Themed "Stop, Submit, and Serve" we will be taking youth through a week long venture of submitting to God, and improving ourselves in order to serve the community."
So what is this group MYNA?
It is the acronym for the Muslim Youth of North America and is an appendage of the HAMAS linked Islamic Society of North America [ISNA] as well as the Muslim Brotherhood.
In a 2014 post we noted [one of innumerable times] ISNA's notorious legacy:
So, very much in the spirit in which "Palestinian" youth are inculcated into the political ideology of Islam, through the type of programs outlined above, MYNA/ISNA are seeking to create the next generation of stealth jihadis [who sometimes migrate into the world of kinetic jihad] both of which pose a significant threat to the West.
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