Wednesday, October 05, 2005

    We've Better Take A Real Close Look

    Back on Feb. 1st this year an article titled Saudi Venom in U.S. Mosques appeared on the Daniel Pipes website. If ever there a PDF that I would recommend it would be Saudi Publications on Hate Ideology Fill American Mosques (that link is directly to the PDF document). An excerpt from the article:
    What they found can only be described as horrifying. These writings - each and every one of them sponsored by the Saudi Kingdom - espouse an anti-Christian, anti-Semitic, misogynist, jihadist, and supremacist outlook. For example, they:
    • Reject Christianity as a valid faith: Any Muslim who believes "that churches are houses of God and that God is worshiped therein is an infidel."
    • Insist that Islamic law be applied: On a range of issues, from women (who must be veiled) to apostates from Islam ("should be killed"), the Saudi publications insist on full enforcement of Shariah in America.
    • See non-Muslims as the enemy: "Be dissociated from the infidels, hate them for their religion, leave them, never rely on them for support, do not admire them, and always oppose them in every way according to Islamic law."
    • See America as hostile territory: "It is forbidden for a Muslim to become a citizen of a country governed by infidels because this is a means of acquiescing to their infidelity and accepting all their erroneous ways."
    • Prepare for war against America: "To be true Muslims, we must prepare and be ready for jihad in Allah's way. It is the duty of the citizen and the government."
    Those are just a few directives from Saudi published or sponsored literature. Omar M. Ahmad, a founder of CAIR said,"Islam isn't in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant." "The Koran, the Muslim book of scripture, should be the highest authority in America , and Islam the only accepted religion on Earth,"
    There was a "sometimes liberal Democrat" that made a comment on the article above:
    I believe we have to challenge Islam and its impact on freedom. I do not see moderation as a driving force in Islam. Perhaps so-called moderate Muslims don't read the Koran or choose to ignore it. But can we count on that for our protection?

    I am not afraid of the label of Islamaphobe. I am more afraid of being a facilitator.
    I have to wonder how many people, especially liberals, are facilitators (knowingly or not) to the grand scheme of Islam and puppets of the Saudi directives. Do you really think Saudi Arabia is our friend?

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