If anyone is interested, there is no need to travel to Saudi Arabia, or Iran. Just take a trip to Jamaica Queens NY and get a tutor to teach you the Koran, within the Islamic rules (Sharia). The other day I took a trip into Queens to look around, and I made a stop at a pizza place. When I got the pizza I went back outside to eat it, and happened to notice this flyer on the lamppost in front of me.
Then on the same block, I saw this person walk by.
Many of the followers of Islam do not assimilate, instead they want the Islamic way of life to become the norm for America. It is up to us to stop that from happening. Since that day I have called the number on the flyer a couple of times, but have only gotten an answering machine. If I can get them on the line, and ask them some questions I will put up another post.
TEMECULA, Calif. (KABC) — Demonstrators clashed Friday over the proposed construction of a mosque right next to a church in Temecula.
As worshippers at the Islamic Center of Temecula Valley arrived to pray, a small but vocal group of about two dozen protestors waved American flags and shouted through bullhorns, denouncing a plan to build a new mosque in another part of the Riverside County town.
“I have witnessed what happens to many nations in the world by the expansion of Islamic ideology,” said Mano Bakh, author of Escaping Islam. “They destroy the community, they destroy the country.”
Steve Chapman, a columnist for the Chicago Tribune, has a piece in Human Events criticizing Sarah Palin for her opposition to building a mosque at Ground Zero. His argument seems to be that in guaranteeing freedom of religion, the First Amendment guarantees that all religions be treated identically. Therefore, argues Chapman, if you would allow evangelical Christians to build a church near Ground Zero, you must allow Muslims to build their mosque and community center—otherwise you are guilty of employing a double standard.
But the double standard only applies if you are dealing with two equivalent individuals or groups. You’re not guilty of using a double standard if you give the keys to your car to your sixteen-year-old child but not to your six-year-old. Likewise, if you support your own children but refuse to support your neighbor’s children, no one will accuse you of employing a double standard. In both these examples the two groupings are similar in many ways (your children, your neighbor’s children) but are different in crucial ways.
Dr. Michael Ledeen
I’ll bet you haven’t seen very much news about Iran during the past week or 10 days, have you? And yet there’s lots of news:
· First of all, there is still no end to the bazaar strike, even though the regime has taken very violent action against the strikers. A large part of the beautiful bazaar in Kerman has been torched (for that matter, regime thugs have taken to setting ablaze large sections of forest land in the region.) Nor will the bazaar strikes end soon, since this week marks religious celebrations that traditionally close the bazaars all over the country.
Recently torched Kerman bazaar
· The major natural gas pipeline between Iran and Turkey was sabotaged. Enormous damage was done, and the authorities have no estimate as to how long it will be until repair work is finished. Meanwhile the two countries announced plans for a brand-new pipeline.
By PETE YOST
WASHINGTON: Under fire from US civil liberties groups, the FBI is defending domestic surveillance guidelines that critics fear could unfairly target innocent Muslims in terrorism and other criminal investigations.
“It’s quite an invasive data collection system,” said Farhana Khera, executive director of the nonprofit group Muslim Advocates. “It’s based on generalized suspicion and fear on the part of law enforcement, not on individualized evidence of criminal activity.”
ACLU to change name to Arab Civil Liberties Union
Khera spoke in an interview on the eve of a Capitol Hill appearance by FBI Director Robert Mueller, who was scheduled to testify Wednesday to the Senate Judiciary Committee. In a statement, the bureau said its procedures are designed to ensure that FBI probes don’t zero in on anyone on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion or the exercise of any other constitutional right.
Lan astaslem or لن استسلم
Quotes About Islam
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini
“Those who know nothing about Islam pretend that Islam counsels against war. Those people are witless. Islam says: ‘Kill all the unbelievers just as they would kill you all!’ Does this mean that Muslims should sit back until they are devoured by the infidel? Islam says: ‘Kill them, put them to the sword and scatter them.’ Islam says: ‘Whatever good there is exists thanks to the sword.’ The sword is the key to Paradise, which can be opened only for the Holy Warriors! Does all this mean that Islam is a religion that prevents men from waging war? I spit upon those foolish souls who make such a claim.”
Sir Winston Churchill
“Individual Moslems may show splendid qualities, but the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it.
No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step…”
INDIA – MYANMAR
by Tint Swe
Senior General Than Shwe has been in India since Sunday to sign economic agreements. On the first day of his visit, he travelled to Bodh Gaya and Sarnath, two important pilgrimage sites related to the life of Gautama Buddha. Two days earlier, the Burmese military wiped out a Christian village in Karen State, eastern Myanmar.
New Delhi (AsiaNews) – Soldiers from the Burmese Army attacked Tha Dah Der, a Christian village in Karen State, eastern Myanmar, on 23 July, burning 50 homes, a school and a church. Over 600 villagers fled in the jungle as the army advanced, joining 300 more from neighbouring villages who had also abandoned their homes in fear.
The incident was made public today, whilst Myanmar’s strongman Senior General Than Shwe, is in India to sign economic agreements. The Burmese dictator arrived in New Delhi last Sunday. The first thing he did was to visit the towns of Bodh Gaya (Bihar) and Sarnath (Uttar Pradesh), places closely connected to the life of Gautama Buddha.