Thursday, February 24, 2011

Muslims freedom of religion in America... sounds like a plan, a terrorist plan

H-T Lew Waters via email
Lawsuit alleges FBI violated Muslims' freedom of religion

By Jerry Markon Washington Post Staff Writer
An FBI informant who infiltrated a California mosque violated the constitutional rights of hundreds of Muslims by targeting them for surveillance because of their religion, the ACLU and a Muslim group said in a lawsuit Tuesday.  ~ ... Story continues here.
Here we go again!  The religion of peace has been violated...tsk, tsk, tsk, those poor SOB's.  The ACLU needs to get a new life but that will never happen after all they are as anti-American as the Muslims.  Now lets see, did I not read that most mosques in America are simply fronts protected by the Constitution because they supposedly are places of worship.  They worship some guy by the name of Mohamed who wrote a book called the Quran with a theme directed at wiping out all other religions except Islam...or else be subject to dhimmitude and/or beheading (How nice is that?).  Well I cannot prove that all mosques are some form of terrorist front so let me provide a few typical examples (side note: Driving home from work on September 11, 2001 [911], I'll never forget that middle eastern man as our vehicles passed one another dressed in some sort of Muslim ceremonial garb laughing right into my face as if to say, "Alah akbar, you piece of crap!"  Needless to say I took it personal. The scumbag was elated over the three thousand plus murders of innocent Americans.)  Meanwhile here are a few news stories concerning the places of worship...aah, I mean terrorist plotting.

1. February 9th, 2005 Hakeem Olajuwon’s Mosque Implicated In Terror Probe
A mosque established and funded by basketball star Hakeem Olajuwon gave more than $80,000 to charities the government later determined to be fronts for the terror groups al-Qaida and Hamas, according to financial records obtained by The Associated Press. Read more here.
2. Brooklyn Mosque Implicated In Terrorism Fundraising
NEW YORK - MARCH 4: (NEW YORK NEWSPAPERS OUT) A man enters the Al-Farooq mosque March 4, 2003 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. A Yemeni cleric detained in Germany told the FBI that most of the $20 million he supplied to al Qaeda came from contributors in the U.S., including worshippers at the Al-Farooq mosque. See picture here.
3. Mosque Imam implicated as terror supporter

Updated: 2/26/2003 12:10:06 AM Posted: 2/25/2003 11:54:16 AM
CLEVELAND -- The controversy continues over the head of the Cleveland Islamic Center and his possible ties to a terrorist group in the Middle East.
The Anti-Defamation League of Cleveland says there is no doubt that the person in Cleveland the Justice Department says raised money for suicide bombers and refers to as "unindicted co-conspirator number one" is Imam Fawaz Damra. Story continues here.
4. Bring On the Mosque, Bring On the Terror
Mosques have been used extensively by al-Qaeda operatives and other Islamic terrorists to recruit, finance operations and train zealots to commit attacks—a fact often ignored by advocates of building a huge Muslim religious center in the shadow of Ground Zero in New York.
The documented involvement of mosques in terror helps explain why so many Americans, over 60% in most polls, opposed putting a $100 million mosque and Islamic center on the hallowed ground where nearly 3,000 innocent people were murdered by al Qaeda. Story continues here.
5.  Tree-Lighting Plot Not Portland's First Terrorism Activity
IPT News December 1, 2010
A Portland mosque where a man accused of plotting to bomb a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony prayed has been previously tied to a terrorism investigation, court documents show.  The Masjid as-Saber, a.k.a. The Islamic Center of Portland, where Mohamed Osman Mohamud reportedly sometimes worshipped, was discussed in a 2003 affidavit submitted in the trial of several men accused of attempting to travel to Afghanistan to fight U.S. armed forces, also known as the Portland Seven. Story continues here.
Lets face it, the anti-American attacks not only come from the scheming that goes on within mosques, it comes from the so-called religion of peace, Islam!  Muslims have consistently used the 1st Amendment to the Constitution to legitimize their presence in the United States.  The Muslims who practice their Islamist  faith according to the Quran have but one objective, and that is to destroy western culture and making Islam the only accepted the following quote (rule #4) from An Explanatory Memorandum On The General Strategic Goal For The Group In North America:

4- Understanding the role of the Muslim Brother in North America:
The process of settlement is a "Civilization-Jihadist Process" with all the word means. The Ikhwan must understand that their work in America is a kind of grand Jihad in 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. Without this level of understanding, we are not up to this challenge and have not prepared ourselves for Jihad yet. It is a Muslim's destiny to perform Jihad and work wherever he is and wherever he lands until the final hour comes, and there is no escape from that destiny
Obviously the ACLU does not have an understanding of the role of the Muslim Brother in North America.
But on the other hand maybe they do! ~ Norman E. Hooben

PS to the ACLU:  Hundreds of Muslims are not being targeted for surveillance because of their religion; they're being targeted for surveillance because of their terrorist activities.


Ben said...

Freedom of religions is for religions, not for crime syndicates; not for enemy fifth column infiltrators.

Stargazer said...

Hi Norman,

You're doing a great job with this blog.

Pat Marcantel

Storm'n Norm'n said...

Thanks Stargazer...
If my memory serves me right did we not have a meeting like this several years ago...both your picture and your Stargazer handle seems somewhat familiar.