Thursday, September 9, 2010

9/11 Imam suggests moving NYC mosque could cause violent attack by Muslim extremist

In the Muslim world churches are rare ~ and most highly regulated.

So if we move the GZ mosque ~ we will be attacked!!

Now its don't risk offending the radicals!!

He is attempting something that has offended us ~ and his argument against changing it / shifting the mosques position / is that it will offend the radicals. So we should be very very afraid!

This is ridiculous. He is adding injury to insult.

The description of land which has been attacked via Islamic holy war is Dar al Islam, or the conquered land, also described as the land of 'peace'. Verses Dar al Harb or the unconquered land or the realm of war. Understandably the terrorist /fundamentalists would see that site in New York as the conquered land. So belonging to Islam.

The Imam understands Shari'a law well ~ he has spearheaded a Shari'a Index Project ~ of no doubt he plans to run in one of the 15 floors in his 'community center'. The Imam has stated that he purposely picked the building where shrapnel hit ~ and so making it a part of the 9/11 site. Thereby placing it within the conquered land ~ of Dar al Islam. If he moves the mosques he then moves it into Dar al Harb. If this seems far fetched ~ Imam's book in Arabic was titled ~ from the 'Rubble of the WTC comes Islamic Dawa' [or spreading of Islam]. First lets establish that he wants to be in the rubble of the WTC ~ and he has that with the shrapnel that hit the building. Now he will set up his Shari'a project ~ in an attempt to make the most repressive religious laws on earth more palatable. He is set on spreading Islam from a position of Islamic conquest.

The Muslim joke after 9/11 was that New York would be filled with mosques. Conquered.

This photoshopped image was released 2001/2002 to show that by 2006 New York's skyline would be covered in mosques.


Though we must be warned about the use of the threat of terrorist attacks to control behavior! Then the terrorists are in control.


NEW YORK (AP)— The imam behind a proposed Islamic community center and mosque near ground zero cautioned Wednesday that moving the facility could cause a violent backlash from Muslim extremists and endanger national security.

Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf told CNN that the discourse surrounding the center has become so politicized that moving it could strengthen the ability of extremists abroad to recruit and wage attacks against Americans, including troops fighting in the Middle East.

"The headlines in the Muslim world will be that Islam is under attack," he said, but he added that he was open to the idea of moving the planned location of the center, currently two blocks north of the World Trade Center site.

"But if you don't do this right, anger will explode in the Muslim world," he later said, predicting that the reaction could be more furious than the eruption of violence following the 2005 publication of Danish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.

Opponents say the center, which would include a Sept. 11 memorial and a Muslim prayer space, should be moved farther away from where Islamic extremists destroyed the World Trade Center and killed nearly 2,800 people. Supporters say religious freedom should be protected.

Rauf, 61, has largely been absent since the debate over the center erupted earlier this year. He has been traveling abroad, including taking a State Department-funded 15-day trip to the Middle East to promote religious tolerance.

In the interview with CNN's Soledad O'Brien, his first since returning to the U.S. on Sunday, Rauf responded to a number of questions that have been raised about the project.

He said money to develop the center would be raised domestically for the most part.

"And we'll be very transparent on how we raise money," he said, adding that no funds would be accepted from sources linked to extremists.

Rauf said that, in retrospect, he might have chosen a different location for what he described as a multifaith community center.

"If I knew this would happen, if it would cause this kind of pain, I wouldn't have done it," he said.

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