Monday, August 16, 2010

Support for RADICAL Islam

I have been focusing on filling the Havelock bus for the Restoring Honor Rally. But I cannot let the latest Cordoba (Obamamosque) Controversy go uncovered. The building of the mosque -- and Obama's support for such (using the red herring of "religious freedom" as cover) they can build ANYWHERE, why so close to Ground Zero -- Obama's support is an outrage. A capitulation to tyranny. The beginning of a chain of events that will provide radical islam a foothold to commit even more atrocities in the heart of New York City.

From AP Coverage:

At a dinner Friday celebrating the start of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, Mr. Obama said Muslims have a right, as a matter of religious freedom, to build a religious center near Ground Zero. "Muslims have the same right to practice their religion as everyone else in this country," he said to applause.

On Saturday, the president said, "I was not commenting and I will not comment on the wisdom of making the decision to put a mosque" near Ground Zero, he told reporters during a visit to the Gulf Coast. "I was commenting very specifically on the right people have that dates back to our founding."

Later Saturday, White House spokesman Bill Burton said the president wasn't backtracking. "The president is not backing off in any way from the comments he made last night," he said. He had no further comment on Sunday.


It is not coincidental that the mosque's name, Cordoba House, takes after the city in southern Spain that marked one of radical Islam's greatest conquests in Europe during the Middle Ages. Cordoba was a major center in the global caliphate being erected by the rampaging Islamists of the time - the very caliphate that Osama bin Laden and his allies seek to restore. A giant mosque was built upon the ruins of a Catholic church. For Islamists, erecting mosques on defeated territories is a sign of subjugation - the submission of infidels to Allah's rule.

Washington Times excerpt, Kuhner, August 5, 2010

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