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Why Mosques are being built

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Submitted by Donald M. (Canada), Sep 25, 2007 at 06:02

Before you answer the question if any more mosques should be built, you must understand why they are being built.

First, at least 90% of all new mosques being built around the western world are Saudi funded!

Second, this is part of their religion to convert the world to not only Islam but to Wahhabism!

Third, any territory that comes under Islamic rule MUST for all times belong to Islam!

Fourth, that means every mosque built represents Islamic territory! Moslems don't see it as buying land that is still part of Canada, America, Australia, Europe, etc.; once a mosque is established that property for all time throughout eternity is Islamic territory!

Fifth, mosques aren't a neutral place of religious reflection; they become breeding grounds for hatred! Every new Saudi financed mosque has an officially sanctioned and selected Imam that preaches the Wahhabist line. That means every sermon is hate filled towards the country it's in (the ultimate irony) and he tells the men (there's never any women at these Saudi funded mosques) to remove themselves from all non-Islamic social events and people! The Imams preach the exact same sermon regarding Jews as they would if they would be running a mosque in downtown Mecca!

Sixth, the mosque also becomes a hub to try to convert the locals to Islam.

Seventh, even though the Imams they tells the local press that their congregations aren't politically active; the Imams instructs their followers to demonstrate any time Moslems anywhere in the world are being legally prosecuted for terrorism and/or are being killed and/or injured in places like Iraq and Afghanistan by Western (foreigner) troops. It helps if the country the mosque is in also has troops in Iraq and Afghanistan because then the Imam tell his followers to protest against the occupation. The Moslems' job is to sow seeds of discontentment among the locals and starts a ‘bring our troops back home' grass roots movement.

Eighth, Imams eventually plant seeds of discontentment among the local Moslem population as well in order to make these Moslems feel that Western culture is decadent so they become more and more alienated from the local customs and culture.

Ninth, after this is done the Imam preaches to his followers that they should live their lives only by sharia law and the Imams gets his congregation to form a society that will live purely under sharia law! That means these men will no longer get their disputes solved (including marital) by the local court system by will defer judgement to sharia law court! If the nation they live in begins to complain then the Imams in that country organize themselves to say that the locals have nothing to fear. The Imams are to coach their followers how to successful petition the local legal system in order to ironically be able to have the choice available to either use the local laws or use the sharia courts. And once this is found acceptable then it's the Imam's job to tell his followers to ONLY use the sharia courts!

And so finally the tenth point is from founding a mosque, the Moslem population is supposed to claim as much Islamic territory as possible while all the time growing and becoming a completely separate entity within the country they are living in! And those are the reasons why mosque building must come to a complete halt!

If you love your country—you'll put a stop to all Saudi funded mosques!!!

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