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    Has any one seen this? I recall Biden less than 2 weeks ago saying " Iran is not a threat to us nor does it have nuclear capacity" and within a weeks time BO is informing us of 2 nuclear plants.

    Besides the fact that I ask myself how this idiot Biden is our VP, I decided to take a look at radical islam. I think many Americans have become complacent when dealing with Islamic hate and desire for World domination. I am trying understand muslims that say Islam is not a hateful religion.

    Any way I came across two sites, one the trailer for The Third Jihad and the other Radical Islam. org. I really think people need to wake up in regards to what is going on.
    http://www.thethirdjihad.com/

    http://www.radicalislam.org/threat/h...eat/us-mosques

    The reality of BO's stance on this issue is waking me up.
    Coupled with the recent arrests of terrorist over the past week or so.



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    Very interesting.

    Mosques in the U.S. are gaining popularity. Of the 1,200 mosques currently operating in the U.S., nearly 80 percent have been built in the past 12 years.

    A large majority of mosques in the United States are led by Wahhabi clerics. Wahhabism is an extreme brand of Islam practiced dominantly in Saudi Arabia. According to Muslim estimates, up to 80 percent of mosques in the U.S. are owned, operated and led by Wahhabis.

    These radical mosques often promote the installation of Sharia law, an extreme ideology that considers ‘non-believers’ to be infidels. According to Wahhabis, Jihad or support of Jihad is a Muslim duty. They believe that suicide bombers and martyrs are worthy of the highest praise and reward. And radicals are anticipating the day when an Islamic state will one day span the U.S.
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    Nobody will notice until a mean Muslim judge insults a fat singer on American Idol.
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    Not long after Pope Benedict assumed his position, He spoke of Islam, and how it was born in violence. He was quickly brought to task, and basically withdrew his statement.

    The fact is Islam was born in violence, Mohammed and his followers reeked havoc on peoples of other persuasions. They gave their conquered two choices, become Muslim or die. This was approx. 400 years after Christ. They had no written words (Koran), only the verbiage of Mohammed and his followers. The Koran was written, perhaps 100 years after the death of Mohammed.

    The Koran is filled with violent attiudes tword the "unbelievers", and women. Jihad is alive and well in the Muslim belief system.

    Islam wants to force their beliefs on all of us that have other beliefs. That is the bottom line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Shelfo Sr. View Post
    Not long after Pope Benedict assumed his position, He spoke of Islam, and how it was born in violence. He was quickly brought to task, and basically withdrew his statement.

    The fact is Islam was born in violence, Mohammed and his followers reeked havoc on peoples of other persuasions. They gave their conquered two choices, become Muslim or die. This was approx. 400 years after Christ. They had no written words (Koran), only the verbiage of Mohammed and his followers. The Koran was written, perhaps 100 years after the death of Mohammed.

    The Koran is filled with violent attiudes tword the "unbelievers", and women. Jihad is alive and well in the Muslim belief system.

    Islam wants to force their beliefs on all of us that have other beliefs. That is the bottom line.
    Then it is fair to say that Islam isn't friendly nor tolerant? The words on the bottom of the website for the Islam on the Capital event have been bothering me. "OUR TIME HAS COME". Michelle Malkin had a thread going on this and there was a Muslim man, practicing Islam who was born and raised in America trying to say that Islam is a peaceful religion , he blamed Hitler for the extremist within Islam.
    I am struggling with trying to seperate it into Violent Islam, Peaceful Islam.

    An old highschool friend that is married to a Palestinian whose parents come from Palestine, mother is a Catholic and the father some type of Orthodox, suggested I read Jimmy Carters book Peace not Apartheid.



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    Thanks for the links MsU. These are the same people that produced 'Obsession'. A damn fine documentary. I already viewed a couple of the clips. Looks to be just as well made as their first piece. Lots of credible commentators and contributors including my favorite author on the subject, Bernard Lewis. I recommend studying anything he has produced regarding Islam.

    Thanks again. Can't wait to share this with my Kuffar friends.
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    It seems too many do not realize the Muslims have no understanding for a historical tradition of freedom: "Live and Let Live".......Their belief is more:"Our Way or No Way".

    Radical Islam is serious about what they are trying to accomplish and apathy from the general population is allowing them to take "root". This is much the same as to how the current Socilistic political movement has come about resulting in HusseinO and his band of tyrants.

    Far too many refused to believe or acknowledge what was happening and here we are with 2 very serious threats to our personal freedom and way of life. The wake up call has been given, let's hope enough people hear it......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms Understood View Post
    Then it is fair to say that Islam isn't friendly nor tolerant? The words on the bottom of the website for the Islam on the Capital event have been bothering me. "OUR TIME HAS COME". Michelle Malkin had a thread going on this and there was a Muslim man, practicing Islam who was born and raised in America trying to say that Islam is a peaceful religion , he blamed Hitler for the extremist within Islam.
    I am struggling with trying to seperate it into Violent Islam, Peaceful Islam.

    An old highschool friend that is married to a Palestinian whose parents come from Palestine, mother is a Catholic and the father some type of Orthodox, suggested I read Jimmy Carters book Peace not Apartheid.
    I have no doubt that there are many peace loving American Muslims. I know a couple myself. But for the Muslims in the near east and other areas of the world, their religion comes first, and to the letter of the Koran.

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    I found it interesting that Iran built the NEW and IMPROVED enrichment facility in close proximity to their BIG millitary encampment. They claim that they need to keep it under tight security "just in case"...

    The new facility is built in a mountain with ventilation shafts... I bet 8-10 JDAMS and a few thermoberic's could shut it down...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravyboat View Post
    Thanks for the links MsU. These are the same people that produced 'Obsession'. A damn fine documentary. I already viewed a couple of the clips. Looks to be just as well made as their first piece. Lots of credible commentators and contributors including my favorite author on the subject, Bernard Lewis. I recommend studying anything he has produced regarding Islam.

    Thanks again. Can't wait to share this with my Kuffar friends.

    Hey, thank you for the recomendation on Bernard Lewis. I am challenging my friend to one of his books. I would have to assume that Carter's book is biased considering he is an admitted anti-semtic and pro Palestinian.
    As I noted above, her husband is a Palestinian and they recommend the book Peace not Apartheid for an understanding.



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