Will we ever learn?
IT’S WORTH CONSIDERING
For some time now, I have been warning my readers about the inroads Islamic supremacists have been making in America. Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of the whole movement is complicity on the part of our leaders. I have recently discovered that we’re not alone. Australia is firmly positioned on the multicultural bandwagon, proud of its “unprejudiced” heritage. Late last year, officials in Australia’s Victoria State publically urged resident Muslims to be more energetic in reporting alleged “anti-Muslim” hate crimes. These allegations fall right in line with the tactics used by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in its attempt to gain accommodation of Islamic customs and practices. Despite the contradictory evidence, the allegations are used to promote the idea that hate crimes against Muslims are common and growing, entitling Muslims to special consideration and protection.
One of the demands being met in Australia is for separate bathing, toilet, swimming, and praying facilities for Muslims, especially on school campuses. Some public schools are providing separate halal cafeterias. Here in the U.S. the Muslim Brotherhood, through its Muslim Students Association website, is instructing Muslim students as to how they can win the same concessions on their campuses.
AS I SEE IT
Given the blindness of our leaders, it is likely that many of these requested concessions will be met. Will anybody who lived through the Civil Rights movement in the 50s and 60s notice the irony? Will we willingly return to “separate facilities” after the bitter struggle to eliminate the practice? Or is it okay if the practice is requested by the future users instead of being resisted by them? Once again, a little research into the underlying motivation reveals a lot. The worldwide demand for separate facilities for Muslims comes directly from the Qur’an which teaches that while Muslims are the “best of people” (3:110), unbelievers are the “vilest of created beings” (98:6) and are unclean (9:28). Muslims, therefore, must separate themselves to avoid contamination.
Is this not the same brand of bigotry and hatred that tore our country apart once before? Are we going to willingly return to one of the darkest days in our history? Are we willing to return to bigotry while thinking we are eliminating it?
Here we have a perfect example of the preferred strategy to reach their goals-stealth jihad, or as a confiscated 1991 Muslim Brotherhood document called it-jihad by sabotage. Violence is unnecessary. Playing on Western fears of racism and bigotry works much better. It has proven to be very effective. Violence is only necessary where freedom is suppressed and repression prevails, like most of the Middle East. Where openness prevails, they carry out their jihad in the open, counting on the blindness of the enemy. It pains me to say that America’s leaders have neither eyes to see, nor ears to hear. May God have mercy on us.
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