Friday, July 30, 2010

The terrible darkness behind the Muslim initiative near Ground Zero

I so want to slap people, and slap them hard, when they in all their glorious ignorance make statements like: "It's just a mosque";  "It's not on ground zero, just nearby";   "It's wrong not to let them have their own space";  "All muslim are not terrorists" etc.etc.etc.  Even when other muslims try to educate those who are blind to the symbolic meanings of muslim structures on  Christian grounds,  these totally blind and ignorant people will refuse to see what is happening right in front of their eyes until it is too late to do anything about it.

The Imam behind the controversial mosque at Ground Zero dreams of Islamizing United States, as exposed in his book, which has two titles: one in English,m and one in Arabic

In the U.S., his book is called, 'What's Right with America Is What's right with Islam."

The same book, published in Arabic, bears the title, "The Call from the WTC Rubble: Islamic Da'wah {Proseletism}from the Heart of America Post-9/11."

Here we get exactly the Imam, who is assigned to "spread Islam right from the WTC rubble."

Now, let us have some glimpse over the funders and backers of this mosque project. According to information, a scholar and charity head appointed to President Obama's White House Fellowships Commission is closely tied to the Muslim leaders behind this proposed controversial Islamic cultural center to be built near the site of the Sept. 11 attacks. The White House fellow, Vartan Gregorian, is president of Carnegie Corp. of New York.

Gregorian also serves on the board of the Sept. 11 Memorial and Museum. The museum is reportedly working with the American Society for Muslim Advancement, whose leaders are behind the mosque, to ensure the future museum will represent the voices of American Muslims.................

1 comment:

  1. I have a feeling that the American people will NOT let this mosque be built at the site of the World Trade Center ground zero disaster. Come hell or highwater. It would be a victorious symbol of Mohameds viscious hegemony.

    If it does get built despite righteous protest then I shall change my opinion of the tenacity of American's desire for freedom.


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