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Can you honestly say

Reader comment on item: Too Many Mosques?
in response to reader comment: inducing hate

Submitted by No Dhimmi (United States), Oct 7, 2007 at 00:35

Dear Proud Muslim,

Can you honestly say that you have never in all the times that you have attended mosque heard a sheik or Imam say that the West should be overthrown, that jews are the "descendents of pigs and apes" and you should hate Christians; that Islam is superior to the Constitution or Bill of Rights, or that you should not integrate into American Society.

Can you honestly say that you have never heard a fellow muslim mention that they had heard these things? I can because I've heard my muslim Uncle talk about these very things being said at the mosque he attended. Can you explain why 2/3 of the Mosques in the United States receiving funding from the Saudi government and they have literature encouraging the aforementioned comments. Why should non-muslims not be suspicious of mosques.

The mosque is the center of muslim life and support. When nineteen men, mostly from Saudi Arabia come to this country for a year to prepare and execute the worst terrorist event in the United States history, one asks where did they get their support? Mosques supported them. Let me ask you this, if you learned that there were fellow muslims at your mosque who were planning another terrorist event on US soil, would you notify local authorities or the FBI because that is one of the questions on non-muslims minds.


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