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Counting Trojan Horses

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Submitted by Tom Pensyl (United States), Feb 9, 2003 at 00:44

I think the government should have every right to scrutinize Muslims. Our elected officials are sworn to protect our country and our constitution. It's their job to defend against all manner of threats and if terrorists are using mosques for cover, then they must be investigated.

I'm sure there are many decent, peaceful Muslim people who have come here to the U.S.A. in order to have a better life. Nobody has a problem with that. The problem is that many of the Muslim practices and beliefs run directly counter to the American norms. For example, we don't allow polygamy here. It's illegal and people go to jail for it. We don't chop off people's hands and heads for crimes. We don't want to stop what we are doing five times a day to pray to a cube in Mecca. We don't treat women like second class citizens and we darn sure don't want to live under sharia law.

So for all the so called moderate Muslims who want to spread their religion here, I consider their mosques as trojan horses. They say they come in peace, but if they succeed in their goal of subjugating the world to Islam, it will be the end of us.

I don't want sharia law. And as far as I'm concerned, I'd like to see the government impose some sort of reciprosity law that allows a religion to be tolerated here only to the degree that it tolerates others in the countries where it is the dominant religion. In the case of Islam, we could institute a form of reverse dhimmitude like putting a tax on them. The proceeds could go to help pay for the war on terror.

Muslims are tolerant towards others here because they are a small minority. If they are allowed to continue to immigrate and spread here, sooner of later we'll have a state or region wanting to break off from the rest of the country so they can impose sharia law. That's the pattern you see in other countries. They will try to do it here too.

I know all this may sound a bit harsh, but our country, our way of life, our government and constitution are under attack from these religious extremists and I think we may have to make some temporary adjustments in order to fight back. We have too many politically correct bozos running around clinging to this ideal or that principal, thus discouraging us from taking the difficult but effective actions which will lead to victory. We have to realize that our enemies consider this as weakness and it encourages them to continue in their devilish plans.

Let the FBI count the mosques, scrutinize and put them through a strainer. Let them do what ever is necessary to uphold our constitution which happens to be very much opposed to sharia law.
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