THIS investigative journalist has REPEATEDLY warned about the explosive underpinnings of mosques in America. Not only that, said “audacity” has enraged countless Islamic jihadists and their apologists, thus, the bugaboo of “Islamophobe” has been brandished too many times to count. Threats alike. Boo hoo.
REGARDLESS, without a proper understanding of what mosques in America (the west alike) are designed for, rest assured, it is impossible for non-Muslims to internalize the grave amount of danger they are in.
BE that as it may, sans any poppycock, they are Islam’s “barracks” within, and some Islamists have admitted as much. On the other hand, Americans are fed to believe that they are merely houses of worship akin to churches and synagogues. Yada, yada…meanwhile, they hide behind freedom of religion to plot their slaughter under the banner of (pagan) Allah.
The Muslim Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, bragged: “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.” Erdogan has also told Turkish immigrants in Germany that “assimilation is a crime against humanity.”
And it is the Turkish government that is paying up to $40 million for a super mosque in Germany. The smallish congregation could never raise that money. Which raises the question where is the money for the Bendigo Mosque coming from? They only have about 250 ‘parishioners’.
The west’s political elites are not Muslims or Christians or Jews – they worship a god called Multiculturalism….
BUT never mind, as previously reported, recall how many terror plots originated inside Islamic mosques and their so-called “cultural” centers:
AND if anyone knows the inside score, look no further than to a premier counter terror investigator and personal contact, one who has the complete inside track on what awaits America via said frontal spears: “Dave Gaubatz Warned (Jan. 2014): Mosques, Religiously Garbed Jihadi Indoctrination Camps!”
MOVING right along, in April 2014, this site concluded: “American Mosques Are Priming For Jihadi Training!”
MORE pointedly, the Islamic Society of America (ISNA) is up to their necks in beheading, and they are the major umbrella which houses America’s mosques. Wow.
OH dear…certain mosques are hotter than hot, and that’s why the subject is repeated ad nauseum: “Detroit, Dearborne and Nashville are in the forefront of the assault charge!”
AND so on and so forth…
NOW, it has already been proven ISIS is very deeply embedded in America. So let’s not waste precious time on debating this point. Therefore, it stands to reason that their barracks within, the mosques, are priming to attack. A + B.
I f you want to understand the challenge Western liberalism faces from Islamic supremacism, take six minutes to watch this extraordinary interview of Ayad Jamal al-Din, a Shiite cleric, Iraqi intellectual, and former member of the Iraqi parliament who campaigns for a democratic Iraq that separates mosque and state. Mr. al-Din was in Washington for the October 17 interview by al-Iraqiya TV in Iraq, and the interview with English subtitles (which I’ve reproduced as a transcript below) was publicized on Monday by the invaluable MEMRI (the Middle East Media Research Institute).
While President Obama, Secretary of State Kerry, and Prime Minister Cameron absurdly contend that the Islamic State, or ISIS, is not Islamic, al-Din –an authentic moderate Muslim who regards the Islamic State as the enemy – patiently explains that the jihadist organization adheres to a firmly established interpretation of Islam that is based on sharia and fiqh (jurisprudence).
I have repeatedly argued that classical, mainstream sharia is repressive, discriminatory, and anti-democratic, and thus that it was self-defeating for the United States to sponsor new constitutions in Iraq and Afghanistan that attempted to meld Western democratic principles with sharia (see here, here, and here). It is especially gratifying to hear a passionate, articulate explanation of the incompatibility of Western democracy and Islamic jurisprudence from someone who reveres the former, is steeped in the latter, and understands the stakes.
Moreover, for those of us who frequently point out that mosques – which Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna described as the “axis” of his ideological movement in every city and town – are often centers for jihadist incitement, recruitment, training and fundraising, it is refreshing to hear someone intimately familiar with this phenomenon explain that there are mosques throughout the world directly and indirectly championing the Islamic State by glorifying jihad and the caliphate.
Our national security will not be well served until the United States government ends its futile search for “moderate Islamists” and realizes our allies in the Muslim community are the real moderates, meaning pro-Western democrats who reject the imposition of sharia on civil society. Supporting our enemies only undermines our friends.
Here is the transcript:
AL-DIN: ISIS is just the tip of the iceberg. ISIS has support. It is one of many groups. ISIS is based upon a certain ideology, upon a certain interpretation of religion, and upon a certain fiqh[Islamic jurisprudence]. Unfortunately, what happened to the Yazidis and others in northern Iraq is to be found in the fiqh of Shiites and Sunnis alike. Unless we are careful in the use offiqh – in my opinion, the fiqh is more dangerous than nuclear technology.
Therefore, we in Iraq are facing two choices: Either we establish a civil state which relies on man-made law, based on equality between citizens, or else we establish a state based on fiqh and on religious law [ACM: Islamic “religious law” is sharia]. If we establish a state based on fiqh, partitioning into a Shiite state, a Sunni state, and a Kurdish state is inevitable. Alternative, we could establish a civil state, in which all citizens are equal in the eyes of the law.
As I have said, ISIS is a phenomenon with extensions all over the world, not just in Muslim countries. Even here in the U.S., there are many ISIS mosques. There are thousands of mosques that are preparing people to join ISIS. Imagine: young people from Florida join the ranks of ISIS to fight, and so do young people from Britain, Australia, Russia, China, and elsewhere. How could a young university student leave Florida to fight for ISIS if not for a mosque that incited him to do so?
I am not talking about a handful of mosques or about just a few people. No, we are talking about thousands of such mosques, or even more, in all countries of the world, from South America to North America, Africa, Asia, and Europe. These mosques are calling, day in and day out, for the revival of the caliphate. There are school curricula that glorify the caliphate, saying that the past of the Muslims is better than their present.
I believe that the opposite is true. Who says that our past is better than our present? We live in the era of electricity, of the Internet, of satellite TV, of modern medicine, telecommunications, awareness – even our understanding of religion is much better. . . .
AL-DIN: You cannot defeat ISIS through sectarianism. Only through patriotism. If the Shiites, Sunnis, Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen, Yazidis, Christians, and Sabeans cannot agree among themselves to unite under the banner of a single Iraq, ISIS will not be defeated. It is necessary to establish a national army and national unity, not merely in speeches but in daily life.
If we raise the [Shiite] banners of Hussein on the tanks, we will be inadvertently strengthening ISIS. They will say that this is a Safavid army, not an Iraqi one, and this will drive the Sunnis to rally around ISIS. . . .
AL-DIN: Both the Shiite and Sunni fiqh say that the Yazidis should be killed.
HOST: You are talking about the fiqh of ISIS, of course.
AL-DIN: The Christians and the Jews are considered the People of the Book, and some include the Zoroastrians and the Sabeans. But as for the Buddhists, they should all be killed. This is according to both Shiite and Sunni fiqh. The problem lies with our fiqh, and therefore I say that either we follow the fiqh, in which case ISIS is more or less right, or else we follow man-made, civil enlightened law, according to which the Yazidis are citizens just like Shiite and Sunni Muslims.
That is why ISIS are saying that they have not invented anything new but are merely following the fiqh: The Yazidis can either become Muslims or be sold on the market as slaves. Both the Shiite and the Sunni fiqh are in agreement on this.
We must make a decision whether to follow man-made civil law, legislated by the Iraqi parliament, or whether to follow the fatwa as issued by Islamic jurisprudents. We must not embellish things and say that Islam is a religion of compassion, peace and rose water, and that everything is fine. Brother, your Islamic history is full of wars, raids – from Tunisia along, one million boys were taken as slaves to Damascus –
HOST: [Interrupting] Don’t you believe Islam is a religion of compassion and peace?
AL-DIN: [Pause] It is, but there is an interpretation of Islam that goes back 1,400 years. Islam has been politicized and is used as a sword. “The Koran calls and the sword protects” is the slogan of the Muslim Brotherhood and of all the Islamic political parties. [ACM: See the emblem of the Muslim Brotherhood, here, showing a Koran above two crossed swords.]
IN this regard, the landscape has never been fraught with more minefields for the American people, as well as the west at large. Not only is the leader of the heretofore free world in bed with ISIS’s benefactors, the Muslim Brotherhood Mafia, but he catapulted from denying their association with Islam to admitting his admin has no solid plan to battle them! Sigh…it gets worse…
HUSSEIN Obama, the biggest defender of Islamic terrorists, is busy chastising Egypt’s al-Sisi for “failing” to treat captured ISIS terrorists “fairly.” Expletive. Yes, he is concerned about inadequate medical care and a lack of air conditioning for the prisoners!
ALAS, do you still think that the most treacherous regime in U.S. history will have the people’s back, when – not if – mosques start exploding F/B/O ISIS and the jihadi caliphate?