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Dear Colleague:

We are writing to invite you to join us in an important new initiative: Faith Leaders for America. 

As you surely know, the faith community in America has for many years been the focus of a patient, disciplined and increasingly successful effort to enlist its help in mainstreaming Islamic supremacist organizations and mosques in the name of “interfaith dialogue” and “bridge-building.”  

This initiative has long been a priority project of the Muslim Brotherhood.  One of the group’s top ideologues, Seyyid Qutb, explained the true purpose of such bridge-building in a highly influential handbook on incremental jihad entitled, Milestones: “The chasm between Islam and Jahiliyyah [the society of unbelievers] is great, and a bridge is not to be built across it so that the people on the two sides may mix with each other, but only so that the people of Jahiliyyah may come over to Islam.”

In other words, Muslim Brotherhood operatives and their fellow Islamists engage in interfaith dialogue not as a genuine effort to foster tolerance and good-will among the followers of various religions.  Rather, it amounts to a one-way bridge, designed to facilitate Muslim proselytization and recruitment among those of other faiths.

The Islamic supremacists have been particularly successful of late in enlisting prominent Christian and Jewish clergy as partners in touting such memes as: “Islam is a religion of peace”; “Islam is a great Abrahamic faith”; “jihad is about personal struggle to be a better Muslim, not holy war”; and “Sharia is the same as Catholic canon law and Jewish halacha.” 

Perhaps most insidious of all is the role played by such non-Muslim clergy in endorsing the Islamists’ claim that America is awash with “Islamophobia” – a made-up condition that supposedly manifests as unreasoned, racist and bigoted fear of Muslims.  The practical, and ironic, effect is that these clerics are, thereby, actually facilitating the jihadists’ efforts to suppress our First Amendment’s protections of free speech and religious liberty.

Silencing opponents of the Islamic supremacists’ agenda often translates into still further accommodations to their demands.  Notably, this results in preferential treatment of Muslims and their faith in schools, offices and public spaces.  Examples include such symbolic acts of submission as: approval of separate and exclusive prayer rooms for Muslim worship and time off for those engaging in it; selective enforcement of dress codes; unique allowances for Islamic proselytization in curricula; the mandatory insinuation of halal meats into foods purveyed to Muslims and non-Muslims, alike; and the prohibition of the transportation, sale or consumption of pork, alcohol and other products deemed haram (impure) by Sharia-adherent Muslims.

We believe there is an urgent need for an interfaith group prepared to contest such subversive inroads into our religious life, communities and national fabric.  Our goal is to foster an honest dialogue about such topics as: the reality that, while Sharia may have a patina of religiosity, it is fundamentally a totalitarian political, military and legal doctrine; the historical – and ongoing – record of Islamic intolerance towards other faiths; and the unchecked ambitions of Islamic supremacists to achieve global domination through both genocidal jihad against “infidels,” mass migration (or colonization) and subversion in Western societies.

If you share our concerns and are willing to participate in an effort to foster authentic interfaith understanding and to protect our liberties, we ask that you become a member of Faith Leaders for America and assist us in enlisting other, like-minded clerics. 


Rabbi Jonathan Hausman

Bishop E.W. Jackson

Dr. Rick Scarborough

Dr., Rev. Rick Joyner

Rev. Jerry A. Johnson

Pastor S.E. Broden

Pastor Paul Blair

Hon., Rev. Tony Barton

Dr. Stu Weber

Pastor Tom Hardiman

Rev. Lloyd C. Phillips

Deacon James R. Bacon

Minister Bart Peacher 

Pastor Justin Perry

Rev. Nancy G. Daniel

Pastor Roy L. Roden

Pastor Danny El Kouri

Rev. Matthew Jury

Dr. John Mallonee

Dr. Denton Mallonee

Deacon Gary R. Wickham

Minister Paul Allen

Minister LaVon Shapland

Rev. Dr. James A. Brettell

Rev. Buddy Fisher

Rev. John D. Boneck

Pastor Chuck Pifer

Senior Pastor Jerry Wickline

Pastor David White

Chaplain Gene Paul Nesgoda

Pastor Gary W. Haskell, Sr.

Pastor Marlin W. Sharp

Reverend Kenneth Mitchell

Robert Whitlow

Pastor Stephen Coran

Dr. William Enslow Jr.

Pastor David Whitney

Elder George Rasley

Pastor Dale Walker

Evangelist Dave Kistler

Pastor Ken Olson

Rev. John Peach

Bishop Keith Butler

Minister Steven Strzepek

Dr. Denton Mallonee

Pastor Mark Adolphsen

Pastor Bobby Sawyer

Radio Host Janet Mefferd

Rev. Vaughn Park

Rev. John Senin

Dr. Rick Patrick

Pastor John Pipp

Pastor Kenneth M. Fryer

Chaplain Hy McEnery

Rev. William McDonald, S.T.L., S.T.B.

Elder Raymond Grant

LTG (R), Rev. William G. “Jerry” Boykin

Bishop Aubrey Shines

Dr. Jim Garlow

Hon., Pastor Sam Rohrer

Bishop Robert D. Kee

Mr. David Barton

Pastor Walter B. Hoye II

Senior Pastor, Dr. Gary Dull

Rev. C.L. Bryant

Pastor Richard A. Samuels    

Pastor Mary Anne Hardiman

Rev. Donna Milham

Dr. Greg Linnebach   

Dr. Jorge E. Parrott

Rev. Sandy Durham

Minister Thomas Walz

Rev. William V. NeSmith

Senior Pastor Jack L. Smith

Pastor Isaac Crockett

Chaplain Gene C. Zeller

Rev. Cliff Willis

Rev. James McLaughlin

Minister Cynthia Dellatore Johnson

Minister Carole Hayes

Pastor Roger Burks

Rev., Pastor John Powell

Pastor Randy Strombeck

Pastor Shelly Pifer

Senior Pastor Ruth Wickline

Chaplain Debra Nesgoda

Pastor Ben Graham

Rev. M.L. Johnson

Pastor Brian Boyd

Maria Faber

Kathy Whitlow

Pastor Dilonna Coran

Pastor Todd A Johnson

Rev. John W. Butcher

Janet Ross

Hon. Rev. Jason Rapert

Rev. Keong Lai

Ruling Elder Abraham NuQuay

Pastor David McClellan

Senior Pastor Gus Booth

Pastor Ronnie Yarber

Bishop Harry R. Jackson, Jr.

Bishop Robert D. Kee

Dr. Richard Skinner

Rev. Barry Davis

Pastor Paul Caughill

Dr. Bruce Cook

Rev. Herman Pair

Pastor David Pitman

Rev. Joe Carey

Deacon Joseph Buccilli, PhD

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