Mosques are places where the mere quoting of the Qur’an promotes and reinforces hatred of Infidels, and naturally leads some of those who come to pray, to listen to the khutbas, and to talk to fellow Believers about the meaning of Islam,Â to commit acts of terrorism. How could it be otherwise, given what is in the Qur’an and given the model of Muhammad, as set out in the Hadith and Sira?
That’s why the mosques everywhere constitute a security problem. Ataturk established a Ministry of Religious Affairs that would monitor every mosque in Turkey, and check on the content, in advance, of every khutba. In Egypt, in Jordan, in Tunisia, in Morocco, in Algeria, in almost every Arab state, even in Wahhabi Saudi Arabia, the mosques must be monitored. And in Kenya that’s true, too, where those responsible for protecting the state and its people now threaten to close mosques. And that threat should be made, and carried out, everywhere in the non-Muslim lands whenever a mosque has been found to be inculcating any kind of hostiity toward non-Muslims.
In Kenya, the authorities have warned that they may be closing some mosques — conduct to emulate.