More accurately, the MSA should be called the Muslim Supremacist Association, based on its parent organization, the Muslim Brotherhood, which has been designated a terrorist group by several Muslim countries and a few countries in the West (sadly, not in the U.S. yet, though legislation for said designation is now pending in the Senate).
TechnicianOnline The Muslim Student Association (MSA) at North Carolina State aims to build unity within the campus and broader Raleigh community through diversity and education. As one of the largest organizations on campus, the MSA has held several social, educational and outreach events for many years and welcomes people of all backgrounds. (You mean like the “people of all backgrounds” that we see in the above photo?)
The misleading title of this article: “Muslim Student Association Builds Sense of Community for all Students” means “ALL MUSLIM” students and a handful of Christian and Jewish useful idiots for Islam.
Sinthia Shabnam, the vice president of the MSA and a third-year studying political science, describes the MSA. “The Muslim Student Association is a common club that’s in most universities and high schools, and I think a big part of it is because a big portion of our student populations across the U.S. are Muslim now,” Shabnam said. “Having a place where we can come together and do things together is really important.”
The main function of the MSA is “dawah” – the spreading of and proselytizing for Islam in non-Muslim countries.
As the MSA describes it, “Da’wah means outreach,” Shabnam said. “We do stuff like coffee on the bricks or chai chats to get people talking and feeling more comfortable talking to Muslims about what they want to ask us because we would rather people talk to us and engage in those meaningful conversations.
You want to bridge the gaps between people as much as you can when you’re in a place so diverse like college.” (No you don’t, you want to convert people to Islam while you are still in the minority. Once your numbers reach 20% or more of the population, you will begin to convert non-Muslims by force as you have done in every country with a Muslim-majority population)
Notice whose name is at the bottom of this MSA Executive Board list:
Sinthia Shabnam, the vice president of the MSA and a third-year studying political science, describes the MSA. “The Muslim Student Association is a common club that’s in most universities and high schools, and I think a big part of it is because a big portion of our student populations across the U.S. are Muslim now,” Shabnam said.
Yet further down in the article, it states that MSA meetings usually have around 50 to 60 people who come regularly. (Hardly a “big portion” of any student population in the U.S. Just like when Muslims claim their population in the U.S. is more than 8 million, when, in fact, it’s approx. 3.3 million)
The MSA at NC State tries to reach out to high school MSA’s (junior jihadis in training) and wants to serve as mentor figures for students, according to Shabnam. The MSA mentored youth groups in the past from the Raleigh mosque and spent the day with them around campus.
Frontpage The MSA is a fifty-year-old Muslim Brotherhood affiliate with chapters on many hundreds of college campuses (check out this report on the MSA from Steven Emerson’s Investigative Project on Terrorism). The Brotherhood, as most BNI readers know, is devoted to the elimination of Western civilization. They don’t officially exist in the United States, but of course they have operated here for many decades in the guise of powerful, well-funded legacy groups, the most prominent of which were intimately involved in the MSA West Conference.
Known for its pro-Palestinian/Hamas political agenda, its preoccupation with hyping the threat of Islamophobia, its appeal to far left political activism in addition to its emphasis on spreading the Muslim faith and community, and its support from some of the most influential jihad-supporting Muslim Brotherhood front groups in America.
A perfect example of an MSA student is represented by this Muslim woman in the video below who attended a lecture by David Horowitz from the Horowitz Freedom Center at UC-San Diego a few years ago.