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Reader comment on item: Too Many Mosques?
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Submitted by donvan (United States), Oct 11, 2007 at 09:56

"Islamization" is generally a slow process as it subverts and bends individuals to its twisted will. It uses the laws and customs against the "Host" country. The infiltration of Academia, for example. The Islamics have given over 100 million dollars to ivy league colleges and universities to, basically. promote Islam, and promote it to the students, which will become the elites of the next and following generation. It is they which will make decisions regarding the speed with which the mythology of Muhammed will progress in the USA. In politics, they have succeded in electing an Islamic to the Congress. Mr Ellison of Minnesota. He has established a caucus, in the US House with the leftists Conyers and others to promote the Islamic agenda for America. Ths constant and unrelenting attacks on all of Christianity is at the top of the list. Only the Christian faith stands in the way of the intrensically disordered so called "Muslims" As Jesus told us...."Watch and pray"


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