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Updated on March 22, 2011
"We do believe one day the flag of Islam will fly over the White House"
"We do believe one day the flag of Islam will fly over the White House"

The Washington Times reports that the State Department is spending millions of tax dollars on building mosques in the Middle East. When CBS requested an interview with the State Department to discuss the millions being spent by the State Department for said mosques they were refused but replied in an email, “It is fighting Islamic extremism by building relationships with Islamic leaders.”

In April of 2010 our ambassador to Tanzania was present for the ribbon cutting of the Kizimkazi Mosque, refurbished in part by American Tax Payors. The US also spent money on saving the Amr Ebn El Aas Mosque in Cairo. In fact the US is building Mosques in 27 countries.

Alrightee then, exactly what is a Mosque and what goes on inside?

Islam dot Com gives the following definition of a mosque: Muslim Mosques are houses of worship are therefore not only for the purpose of worship alone but, also serve as the center for all social, cultural, political and various activities.

Author Ed Rogers describes a Mosque as a house of worship, a meeting place, an education center, farmers market and health center and most importantly it also serves as command central for planning the local or regional jihad against the infidels, a weapons distribution or redistribution center, and a training ground for would-be terrorists.

Mr. Rogers gives these EXAMPLES:

1. Leaders of the 9/11 attacks, including Mohammed Atta, met, were radicalized, and put in touch with Osama bin Laden at Quds Mosque in Germany

2. Brooklyn’s Farouq mosque was used Ali Mohammed to train those who participated in the 1993 World Trade Center bombings and the 1998 African embassy bombings.

3. American-born Imam Anwar Awlaki preached at the Rabat mosque in San Diego where he met some of the 9/11 conspirators

4. While at Dar al Hijra Mosque in Virginia, Awlaki preached to Maj. Nidal Hasan who later carried out the massacre at Fort Hood.

5. Shoe bomber Richard Reid was radicalized at the Finsbury Park Mosque headed by the openly anti-Western cleric Abu Hamza al Masri.

So is the State Department going to use our tax dollars to fund the ground zero mosque? Are they going to allow Muslims to plan our destruction at the site where they already brought such horror and tragedy? And have US citizens pay for it?

In a recent interview on ABC British radical Muslim Anjem Choudary said “We do believe as Muslims, the East and the West will one day be governed by the Shariah. We believe that one day the flag of Islam will fly over the White House.”

Well, some countries are beginning to get it. France has begun bugging mosques.

Americans must become aware. Every dollar spent on mosques here and abroad aids Muslims in instigating the jihad that they so hope to accomplish, the total domination of America with Sharia Law.

We need to call and write and email our representatives because frankly they don't seem to have a clue. In fact the president himself seems fine with all of the above.



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    • mslizzee profile image

      elizabeth 7 years ago from Buncombe County, NC

      Really, I didn't know that.

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      Pierre Savoie 7 years ago from Canada

      Remember in the Bible when Paul started to preach in Ephesus and all the fanatics started shouting, "Great is Artemis of Ephesus!" Well, of course, the worship of that goddess Artemis didn't last. I think we are hearing the strident cries of another disappearing religion, only now the cry is "Allahu akbar!" People ALWAYS insist their god is greatest just before they lose interest in worshipping it.

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      elizabeth 7 years ago from Buncombe County, NC

      Lately it seems like they are winning. What do you think?

    • Pierre Savoie profile image

      Pierre Savoie 7 years ago from Canada

      They're pretty deluded. They seriously claim that "Islam will sweep the whole world" and be the only way to think. Seems to me there were other people who thought like that, held parades to say so. They were the Soviet Communists. Hmm, where are they now?

    • mslizzee profile image

      elizabeth 7 years ago from Buncombe County, NC

      True, yet the rhetoric continues that Islam is a religion of Peace.

      Thanks for your comments.

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      WillStarr 7 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      Islam is now the greatest world danger to freedom simply because they don't believe in freedom. To Islam, it's submit or die. There is no other alternative.

    • mslizzee profile image

      elizabeth 7 years ago from Buncombe County, NC

      I like that, "not negotiable."

      Seems to me one good way this country could protect itself is to go back to strickter immigration screening.We bring them in by the hoards. Sick ones, illiterate and radicals.

      Thanks for your comments.

    • Pierre Savoie profile image

      Pierre Savoie 7 years ago from Canada

      The trouble is that the hippies went hog-wild for promoting "civil rights" but there was never a push to maintain an organized push for "civilizational rights", that is, the right for civilization to preserve itself and evolve to greater heights. Civil rights are very bad if it gives members of backwards civilizations a chance to have an equal say in the rules, and implement really disgusting "throw-back" attitudes we as the descendents of European settlers rejected in our civilization hundreds of years ago.

      Future human progress will NOT be as a "multicultural collaboration", but we will have to fight to keep out bad ideas from other cultures and force them to change their own culture. We must tell the Muslims, as Bill Maher did, that democracy, women's rights, freedom of religion, are "not negotiable".


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