Mustafa rubs it:Â
Moustafa Bayoumi, a professor at Brooklyn College:
(“There is) Â plenty of reason to be skeptical of many of the plots that the FBI has disrupted, which are usually scripted by a paid informant, often with a criminal record himself”
Moustafa Bayoumi,Â Â a co-editor ofÂ The Edward Said Reader, Â prescribes lots of sensitivity training and interfaith dialogue, because “something’s gone terribly wrong.” Otherwise there would be no Â “Fear and Loathing of Islam” Â Â which is totally unjustified.
Its only a tiny, tiny minority of excremists, there is really nothing to worry about.Â Every group has its loonies… yadda yadda….
Back to reality:
No son of a mullah respects the law of the kafirs. No Muselmaniac Â is permitted to stop until the world Â submits to allah and the profit of Islam.
- Pamela Geller, WND weekly column: Mega-Mosque Leaders Defy US Law
- Freedom Fighters Fighting Long Struggle Against Mega-Mosque In Henrico County, Virginia
Feeling the Wrath of CAIRÂ Â (GOV)
The city council in St. Anthony, a small town in Minnesota, voted down a zoning request by local Muslims to turn an existing building into an Islamic center and mosque. This was a courageous move on the part of the council, given that CAIR has threatened a federal lawsuit in response.It’s encouraging to hear ordinary citizens at this meeting standing up and speaking out about the nature of Islamic doctrine. Their awareness demonstrates that the word is getting out, despite the best efforts of the media and the government to whitewash the Religion of Peace:
Henley Brook WA, Australia (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – OVERWHELMING community opposition has crushed a woman’s dream to build a mosque in Henley Brook but not her desire to revive the project one day. Â Â More dreaming atÂ ABNA
Islamic law forbids Christians to build new churches or repair old ones. This often manifests itself in countries like modern, moderate Indonesia today in procedural red tape that traps the churches out in supposed violations of regulations. “20 churches in Aceh face threat of demolition,” fromÂ The Jakarta Post, June 12
More fromÂ Indonesia:
German police carried out raids in seven different regional states early Thursday targeting individuals suspected of belonging to radical Islamic Salafist groups, the interior ministry said.