Pat Condell on the Ground Zero Mosque

Update:

The Cordoba House is now Park51.

Opponents pack hearing on “Cordoba House” mosque near ground zero

“We came, kill and conquer in the name of Allah…”

‘We are here and we are here to stay,”

Yvonne Haddad, a professor at the Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University:  “Americans have always been open toward religion and prayer and people’s faith as a private space,” Ms. Haddad said. “But building mosques makes a statement that ‘we are here and we are here to stay,’ and some people would like to wish them away.” (NYT)

Check out the link “Dr Yvonne Haddad” . She  lies when her lips move. This is your typical Islamo-agit-prop with a cherry on top!

Nonie Darwish on the Gates of Vienna:

The Silence of the Imam

Imam Rauf and Daisy Khan of Cordoba House ‘ground zero Mosque’ “overwhelmingly” silent on pledge to stop threats against former Muslims’ human rights…. Read further…

“Cordoba House”

WoJ posted this video before. Here  is Pat again, because the corrupt dhimmies in NY and mayor Bloomberg are about to rubber-stamp the application for this abomination.

From Moonbattery:

Godless comic and political commentator Pat Condell’s rants will be called “hateful” and “xenophobic” at best by those progressive free thinkers out there who, Obamaesquely, believe all nastiness and hate in the world will simply go away if we just understand the Islamic world a little better (and take down America a few more pegs while we’re at it). On this occasion, Condell pretty much nails all that is wrong with both Islam and the Ground Zero Mosque in one 6-minute rant. He opens:

All you Americans who’ve been following the Islamization of Europe from afar with horrified incredulity: if any of you are still nursing the cozy illusion that it could never happen in your country, it’s time to wake up and rub those sleepy eyes, because the moment of truth has arrived.

As most people know islam doesn’t tolerate neither democracy nor freedom of speech, therefore islamists have not right to enjoy the freedom of the democratic countries, which they so eagerly want to destroy.
Any logically thinking being realizes that one should not give freedom to those who want to abolish it.
Tolerance is a crime when applied to evil.

6 thoughts on “Pat Condell on the Ground Zero Mosque”

  1. Yvonne Haddad, a professor at the Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University:

    “Americans have always been open toward religion and prayer and people’s faith as a private space,” Ms. Haddad said. “But building mosques makes a statement that ‘we are here and we are here to stay,’ and some people would like to wish them away.” (NYT)

    Check out this link and spot the taqiyya:

    December 28, 2006 she “was not a Muslim”:

    DI: Tell me something about yourself:

    YH: First of all, I’m not a Muslim — a lot of people make that mistake. I grew up in Syria and my husband is Jordanian. I came to the United States in 1963. I’m a Presbyterian.

    Fast forward:

    But building mosques makes a statement that ‘we are here and we are here to stay,’

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/14/nyregion/14center.html?_r=1

  2. Disgusting to think the West allows itself to brow beaten into submission.

    Always play the victim card, it always gives Islam the upper hand everytime.

    Bloomberg is this centuries Chamberlin. He’ll live to regret this and in saying that i’m afraid we too will suffer.

  3. Pat sure has a way with words, LOL love it. So straight to the point, so true, but does anyone else other than ‘us’ hear it 🙁

  4. I couldn’t agree with Pan Condell more. If a mosque goes up at the site
    of 9-11, I’ll know we are idiots. By the way, why aren’t police able to go
    into the cells, enclaves and compounds that Islamists have built
    in some of the states in our country? What is going on in there. They
    may be surprise us with another attack.

  5. We Americans are a free people. Islam is a religions which controls and oppresses people. It’s incompatible with our laws and our aspirations.

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