Thursday, 27 May 2010

Of Mosques And Men

In this video, David Wood explains as well as anyone why the plans to build a thirteen-story mosque on New York's Ground Zero are a dangerous and insulting statement of Islamic supremacism that must be opposed by all decent human beings who claim to honour those who died in the Islamic mass murder attacks of 9/11.

Wood focuses on a chilling Photoshopped image that circulated widely in the Muslim community shortly after 9/11. It depicts New York over-run with mosques and minarets, and the caption, "New York City, 2006". Contrary to the much-peddled idea that the mosque would be a statement of Muslim "tolerance" and a practical example of multicultural success, the circulation of this "prophetic" statement of intent demonstrates that American Muslims have long had an ambition to build mosques (which have always historically been not just houses of spiritualism, but also symbols of political conquest) on the grounds of what had been the centre of America's economic dominance.

For further detailed documentation of the Islamic supremacist intentions of Faisal Abdul Rauf, the chief developer of the Ground Zero mosque project, see Alyssa A. Lappen's devastating expose of his connections to the Muslim Brotherhood, the original Islamic jihadist organisation which is devoted, in its own words, to "eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and sabotaging its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and God's religion is made victorious over all other religions.” Also see Walid Shoebat's explanation of how Rauf deceptively hides his true intention of implementing barbaric sharia law in America by only ever mentioning it to his co-religionists in the Arabic-speaking media.

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