Radical Mosques – A Breeding Ground For Islamic Supremacy
On September 24th, we were horrified by the news reports that a Muslim extremist beheaded a Christian woman and critically stabbed another – in Moore, Oklahoma.
Authorities then categorized the murder and assault as “workplace violence,” not terrorism.
A little over a week ago, Breitbart reported:
Alton Nolen, the man who beheaded one woman and severely injured another at Vaughan Foods in Moore, Oklahoma, was apparently a radicalized Muslim. Nolen attended the same mosque as Zacarias Moussaoui, a man convicted in federal court of conspiring to kill U.S. citizens as part of the September 11 attacks, Breitbart Texas has learned.
Breeding ground for jihad and the promotion of “Islamic supremacy.”
According to a 2007 survey conducted by the Muslim Group of America, there were 962 mosques in the United States in 1997. By 2007 the number had increased to 1,462, for a total U.S. Muslim population of nearly seven million. The number of mosques has increased by more than 80 percent since 1980.
Many believe that many American mosques are breeding grounds for the teaching of hatred of Jews, Christians, and all unbelieving “infidels” who are not Muslims.
Sheikh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani told the State Department at an open forum:
The most dangerous thing that is going on now in these mosques… is the extremist ideology. Because (Islamic jihadists) are very active, they took over the mosques; and we can say that they took over more than 80 percent of the mosques that have been established in the U.S. And there are more than 3,000 mosques in the U.S. So it means that the methodology or ideology of extremists has been spread to 80 percent of the Muslim population.
Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith,” says Omar M. Ahmad, founder of CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations), “but to become dominant. The Quran, the Muslim book of scripture, should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on Earth.
Every mosque that preaches violence against Americans must be shut down. The rise of radical Islam within our borders must be exposed.
Home of the Ford Motor Company Becomes nation’s biggest islamic concentration.
In 2012, a YouTube video began circulating that showed a group of Christian street preachers being stoned, and pelted by bottles, garbage, eggs, and even excrement, by Muslims during the annual Arab Festival held in Dearborn, Michigan.
The crowd became so unruly that the bleeding and injured Christians, who were carrying signs proclaiming their faith in Christ, were forced to leave by the police. Ironically, instead of protecting the Christians and upholding their right to peaceably assemble and express themselves, police arrested some of them and charged them with disturbing the peace.
While the Ford Motor Company put Dearborn on the map, the city is most often associated with a burgeoning Islamic population. It is also the site of the largest mosque in America, called the Islamic Society of North America, a mega-structure that is a coordinating hub of Islamic activity in the United States.
The Islamization of America is a clear and present danger.
The stoning incident in Dearborn in 2012 should be a wake-up call to America. What has happened to Dearborn can happen anywhere in America if we are not vigilant to protect our Constitution and American law.
The rise of Sharia in any society or legal system is more than a threat. It is more than a movement. By definition, Sharia is a vehicle for the overthrow of Western Civilization through the imposition of Islamic law and culture.
Liberty Counsel’s open letter to Congress and to the Homeland Security leadership is calling on them to expose fanatical elements and take appropriate action. We are also calling on leadership to secure our borders in the name of national security.
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