by, Ryan Mauro | The Clarion Project
The Clarion Project has identified over 80 Islamist organizations including mosques in the United States, resulting in prominent media coverage on FOX News Channel’s “Fox & Friends” and the Daily Caller website.
The four organizations discussed in the segment are:
Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center in Virginia. Shocking video showed its imam preaching that Muslims should be first in line to pick up weapons for violent jihad and characterizing the West as an adversary. The Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center is involved in prison outreach in Washington, D.C.
Masjid At-Taqwa of New York, led by the extremely radical and influential cleric Siraj Wahhaj. In 2011, he advised Muslims to stop talking about sharia because “we’re not there yet.”
North American Islamic Trust (NAIT), an organization that owns many mosques across the country. The Justice Department says it is an “entity” of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestine Committee, a sub-division secretly established to support the Hamas terrorist group.
The segment follows the Daily Caller’s creation of a map of over 80 radical mosques based on Clarion’s research. This is about four percent of the estimated 2,106 mosques in the U.S., the news site wrote.
In addition to those 83 sites, there are many other Islamist organizations operating in the U.S. and mosques due to be written about. You can learn about Islamist groups in your state by searching the Islamist Organizations in America section of our website that is continuously updated.
The North American Islamic Trust’s (NAIT’s) website says it owns mosques in 42 states and has stated that it owns the titles to over 325 properties.
Watch Clarion Project’s National Security Analyst, Prof. Ryan Mauro, on “Fox & Friends” discussing four of the radical mosques and the need to designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a Foreign Terrorist Organization:
Islamic Society of Mobile
Islamic Center of Tucson
The center’s constitution shows that NAIT holds its real estate and that it is affiliated with ISNA.
Islamic Community Center of Phoenix
The center’s website says it is entrusted to NAIT.
Bentonville Islamic Center
The center’s constitution says its assets will be held by NAIT in the event of dissolution.
Islamic Center of Little Rock
The center’s website shows it was financed by NAIT and ISNA and previous property was owned by NAIT.
Islamic Center of Davis
The center’s bylaws states that the real state is entrusted to NAIT.
Islamic Center of Fort Collins
Proposed bylaws state its assets will be held by NAIT in the event of dissolution.
Muslim Community Association of San Francisco Bay Area
The center’s constitution says it is entrusted to NAIT.
Islamic Society of Colorado Springs
The society’s constitution states it is entrusted to NAIT and affiliated with ISNA.
American Muslim Community Centers
The centers’s bylaws state that NAIT will hold its assets in the event of dissolution.
Islamic Center of South Florida
The center’s website has shown that it is owned by NAIT.
Al-Huda Islamic Center of Athens
The center’s bylaws state that NAIT holds the title.
Central Illinois Mosque and Islamic Center
The mosque’s constitution says that assets will be held by NAIT or ISNA in the event of its dissolution and it is affiliated with ISNA.
The mosque’s bylaws state that NAIT will hold its assets in the event of dissolution.
Islamic Center of Bloomington-Normal
The center’s constitution says its property is entrusted with NAIT.
Islamic Center of Carbondale
The center’s constitution states that its real estate will be entrusted with NAIT and it is affiliated with ISNA.
Islamic Center of Peoria
The centere’s website says it is a member of NAIT, affiliated with the North American Imams Federation and endorsed by the Hamas-linked Mosque Foundation.
Muslim American Society (bylaws state its principal office is in Illinois)
The society’s bylaws state that NAIT will hold its assets in the event of dissolution.
Council of Islamic Schools in North America
The council’s bylaws state it is affiliated with ISNA and NAIT will hold its assets in the event of dissolution.
Islamic Center of Bloomington
The center’s website says it is linked to NAIT and was originally owned by MSA. The original financing came from the leader of the Muslim World League, a Saudi-backed Islamist group.
Islamic Society of Greater Lafayette
The society’s constitution says its real estate is registered to NAIT.
Darul Arqum Islamic Center
The center’s bylaws state it is entrusted with NAIT.
Islamic Center of Ames / Darul Arqum Islamic Center
The center’s bylaws state it is entrusted with NAIT.
Islamic Center of Des Moines
The center’s constitution and bylaws states that property is entrusted with NAIT.
Prince George’s Muslim Association
The association’s constitution and bylaws state that NAIT owns its property.
Islamic Center of Greater Worcester
The center’s website says it is owned by NAIT and was established as a sub-chapter of ISNA.
Islamic Center of Greater Lansing
The center’s website says it is affiliated with ISNA.
Muslim Community Association of Ann Arbor and Vicinity
The center’s constitution says it is registered with NAIT and it will hold its assets in the event of dissolution.
The center’s constitution says it is a trust under NAIT and all assets will go to NAIT in the event of dissolution.
Islamic Center of Central Missouri
The center’s constitution and bylaws shows its property is entrusted with NAIT and that it is affiliated with ISNA.
Muslim Society of Jersey Shore / Masjid Bilal
Its website used to declare it as an affiliate of NAIT.
Islamic Center of New Mexico
The center’s website says its property is under the NAIT umbrella and it is affiliated with ISNA.
Islamic Center of the Capital District
The center’s constitution says NAIT owns its real estate and that it is affiliated with ISNA.
Islamic Association of Raleigh
The association’s website says it was founded by MSA. Its bylawsstate it is affiliated with ISNA and the Muslim Community Association of the U.S. and Canada. NAIT owns the property and the authority to enforce its compliance with the Basic Law.
Islamic Center of Charlotte
The center’s constitution and bylaws state that it is owned by NAIT and affiliated with ISNA, ICNA, MAS, Muslim Community Association of U.S. and Canada, and the Carolina Islamic Council.
Columbus Islamic Center/Masjid Al-Jannah
The center’s website says it is registered with NAIT.
Islamic Society of Akron and Kent
The association’s constitution states that assets will go to either NAIT or ISNA in the event of dissolution.
Islamic Society of Edmond
Media reports state it is owned by NAIT and affiliated with ISNA.
Islamic Society of Tulsa
The society’s constitution says it is affiliated with ISNA and all its real estate is held by NAIT.
Mercy School Institute
The institute’s charter says it is owned by NAIT.
The institute’s charter states NAIT will hold its assets in the event of dissolution.
Islamic Association of North Eastern Pennsylvania
The association’s constitution and bylaws states that all property is owned by NAIT.
Islamic Center of Pittsburgh
The center’s bylaws state that its property is owned by NAIT and that it is affiliated with ISNA.
Central Mosque of Charleston
The mosque’s constitution and bylaws states that NAIT will own all assets in the event of dissolution.
Grand Strand Islamic Society
The society’s bylaws state that all assets will be held by NAIT in the event of dissolution.
Dar El-Iman Islamic Center
The center’s constitution and bylaws state it is owned by NAIT and affiliated with ISNA.
Institute of Islamic Knowledge
The institute’s website says the leader is a member of NAIT’s board of trustees and that he led various groups to entrust with NAIT. He is also a “pioneer” of the ICNA.
Islamic Association of Carrollton
The association’s constitution says that assets will be held by NAIT in the event of dissolution.
Islamic Community of Bryan/College Station
The organization’s website states it was founded by MSA and bylawsstate that NAIT will hold its assets if dissolved.
Islamic Society of Arlington
Its website used to state that it is owned by NAIT.
Islamic Society of Greater Houston
The society’s constitution and bylaws shows an affiliation with ISNA. A previous version said NAIT holds its real state.
Muslim American Society (website lists Texas contact address)
The society’s bylaws state that NAIT will hold its assets in the event of dissolution.
Muslim Children Education and Civic Center
The center’s website states that NAIT will hold its assets if dissolved.
Nigerian Muslim Association of Greater Houston / Masjid Ul Mu’Mineen
The association’s bylaws state that at least one trustee must be from NAIT and all deeds will be held by NAIT.
North Austin Muslim Community Center
Its website used to say that its property is registered with NAIT.
Valley Ranch Islamic Center
The center’s draft constitution says it is affiliated with NAIT and ISNA.
All Dulles Area Muslim Society [ADAMS] Center
The society’s website states it is affiliated with ISNA.
Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center
The center’s constitution says it is affiliated with NAIT, ISNA and MAS.
Islamic Center of Blacksburg
The center’s constitution says it is owned by NAIT.
Islamic Society of Central Virginia
The society’s bylaws states it is affiliated with NAIT and ISNA.
Islamic Center of Tacoma
The center’s constitution states that assets can be given to NAIT, MSA or any other Sunni organization.
Pullman Islamic Center
The center’s website states it is owned by NAIT and affiliated with ISNA.
Islamic Center of Morgantown
The center’s constitution shows affiliation with NAIT.
In January, a prominent Muslim leader in the United Kingdom with links to the Muslim Brotherhood estimated that half of the mosques in America were founded by Brotherhood members.
Senator Ted Cruz has introduced important legislation to help get the Muslim Brotherhood designated as a Foreign Terrorist Organization. The House version of the bill was introduced by Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL) and is now endorsed by five additional representatives.
We encourage readers to ask their congressmen and Senators (and presidential candidates) for their statements on this legislation and/or their general position on designating the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group.
W E A R E N O T C O M I N G T O A M E R I C A…
W E A R E A L R E A D Y H E R E !!!
FBI claims to have suspect in shooting…
by, Suzanne Carlson | Hartford Courant | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop
MERIDEN, Connecticut — On the same day Gov. Dannel P. Malloy visited Baitul Aman mosque to offer support, a local official reassured the public that police have a suspect in the recent shooting that left the mosque’s wall riddled with bullet holes.
No one was injured in the shooting, which occurred sometime over the weekend that followed the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris. The FBI was called in to investigate.
Kevin Scarpati, chairman of the city council’s public safety committee and mayor-elect, said Friday that police Chief Jeffry Cossette told him authorities have a suspect. Cossette could not be reached for comment, but the FBI issued a statement.
“As a result of our ongoing investigation, we believe that this was an isolated incident and there is no outstanding threat to the community associated with the shooting,” Marybeth Miklos, spokeswoman for the FBI in New Haven, said in a news release. “The criminal investigation into this incident is ongoing,”
When asked to confirm Scarpati’s statements, Miklos said, “We have no further comment beyond our released statement.”
Gov. Malloy visited the mosque Friday afternoon shortly after a prayer service.
“It’s a great honor to be with you, I wish it was under different circumstances,” Malloy said. “I just really wanted to pay my respects, tell you that I stand with you.”
Regional Imam Hamid Malik said there were not regular prayer services on Saturday, Nov. 14, because most members were in New York for the third annual “Holy Quran and Science” symposium.
When members returned to the mosque to pray Sunday evening, they found four bullet holes in the wall next to the prayer hall. One bullet had struck the mosque’s concrete foundation, two more traveled through an outer wall, and a fourth pierced both exterior walls and an interior partition. The shots were fired from the direction of Main Street.
Malloy told the mosque’s members that “right-thinking Americans don’t support this kind of behavior,” but “I think Americans also, particularly the most ignorant among us, tend not to understand even the most basic differences in Islam,” Malloy said. “Quite frankly, if you were present in Syria or Iraq, you would be potentially victims based on your beliefs.”
Baitul Aman mosque is part of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, an Islamic sect founded by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in 1889. Ghulam Ahmad instituted nonviolent “jihad of the pen,” and is considered to be the messiah by followers. But that belief is heresy to other Muslim sects who persecute Ahmadis, Imam Malik said.
Malik said his father’s cousin was one of 90 killed in an attack on Ahmadi mosques in Pakistan in 2010, and Pakistan and other countries openly condemn Ahmadis as not being true Muslims.
Mohammed Qureshi, president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Connecticut, thanked local police who responded “within 15 minutes” Sunday and investigated through the night.
During Friday’s prayer service, Imam Malik recited a verse from the Quran that says whenever someone kills a person, “it shall be as if he had killed all of mankind.”
Following the service, Salaam Bhatti, deputy spokesperson for the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, encouraged members to resist the fear that the Islamic State group and domestic terrorists are trying to instill.
“Do not retreat into your homes. Do not lock the doors of your mosques. Because if you do that, you are letting the terrorists write the narrative of Islam,” Bhatti said.
Many Muslims who attend Baitul Aman mosque emigrated from across the globe, some as refugees and asylum-seekers.
Members thanked Malloy for his willingness to accept Syrian refugees in Connecticut. Malloy has been vocal in that recent debate, and outside the mosque, he said many who oppose gun control legislation after a mass shooting are the same politicians calling for Muslims to be listed on a national registry and for refugees to be kept out of the country.
“I think there’s this double standard, [a] sick double standard,” Malloy said.
He said government reports show people on the terrorism watch list were able to legally purchase firearms, and “the same governors who are saying we should stop people at state borders and national borders are the same governors who give in to the NRA and should take some amount of personal responsibility for 2,043 people who are on the American terrorism watch list, having allowed them to buy guns.”
Zainab Danquah, 31, of Manchester, came to the area from Ghana a year ago, and Ayesha Kusi, 48, of Waterbury, also moved from Ghana 12 years ago.
Both said they were shocked and afraid by the shooting at the mosque, and had not experienced anything like it in Ghana. But the fear had dissipated by the end of Friday’s service.
“I feel comfortable, I feel OK,” Danquah said.
Shihida Ahmad, 46, of North Haven, said the mosque brings members together from all over the state and as far away as Massachusetts.
“I felt like that bullet touched my heart,” after the shooting, said Ahmad, who is assistant president of the mosque’s women’s auxiliary.
But the support the mosque has received from the community, “means a lot, tears are coming from my eyes,” Ahmad said. “We got some pain and then this is the healing part … we’ll come here to pray no matter what happens.”
When asked what she would say to the gunman, Ahmad replied, “I would say come to our mosque and experience our love for all and hatred for none.”
Eamon Virk, 30, of West Hartford, said she felt it was important to attend Friday’s prayer service with her two children, ages 7 and 4. Virk is regional president of the women’s auxiliary and her husband is ESPN anchor Adnan Virk, the first Muslim host hired by that network.
Virk said she has not discussed the shooting with her children, and she was initially apprehensive about returning to the mosque.
But, “I said I’m going to take them. They need to see the support our community gives to us,” Virk said. “Today I think everybody showed solidarity and came together.”
Baitul Aman mosque is holding an open house for the public Saturday, Nov. 21, from 2 to 4 p.m. The mosque is at 410 Main St. in Meriden.
by, Audrey Blumberg | Nj local ‘Tap Into’ | h/t Creeping Sharia
BRIDGEWATER, NJ – Despite concerns from residents about future planning and insufficient parking, the Bridgewater Township Planning Board unanimously approved an application Monday for an Al Falah Center mosque to be built on Route 202/206.
In December, the township approved a settlement with the Al Falah Center in regard to litigation concerning a proposed mosque on the former Redwood Inn site on Mountain Top Road.
The settlement agreement preserves the residential zoning on the Redwood Inn site, which was part of an ordinance approved in 2011 to remove houses of worship from sites in the township that do not front on a county, state or designated township road. In addition, the settlement settles all monetary claims related to the litigation.
In 2011, Al Falah sued the township after the ordinance was approved and while the application for a mosque was being heard by the planning board. Enacting the ordinance pushed the application to the zoning board for a variance to be on the Redwood Inn property.
The settlement allows Al Falah to build a mosque on a site on Route 202/206, rather than the former Redwood Inn property on Mountain Top Road.
Hearings for the new mosque site began in late August with testimony from the applicant’s engineer, and indicated that the plans have changed from the original Redwood Inn application to actually include two buildings on 10.85 acres, one for the worship center and another for a school.
The applicant presented a few revised plans at Monday’s meeting, first determining that instead of the originally proposed five minarets on the building, there will now only be four. In addition, the applicant plans to lower the height of them by 8 feet, from 78 feet high originally to 70 feet.
West Foothill Road resident Robert Kurz said that still sounds too high for the area. He said he believes there is nothing in the area that will be as visible to residents as the minarets high above the trees.
“If I asked you what your impression of 70, 80 feet is, we would all have different impressions,” he said. “If I’m sitting in my backyard, I’m going to see four towers over the trees. I am asking you to consider not the physical details, but the aesthetic value of the neighborhood.”
But of most concern to many residents in attendance was the parking, and changes suggested by the applicant to provide additional parking if the congregation were to grow large enough failed to comfort them.
The applicant had already provided testimony that it will see 282 parking spaces on the property, about 55 more than is required by township ordinance.
Mitch Ardman, engineer for the applicant, said they have added three parking stalls in the southwesterly corner of the property, as well as seven additional stalls along the easterly entrance, bringing the total number of spaces to 292 on the property.
In addition, the applicant provided information about overflow parking that could be done on the proposed soccer field, if needed.
“It could fit 180 additional parking spaces on the soccer field,” Ardman said. “Access would be through the end of the existing parking lot, and a driveway would come down and people could park there.”
Lloyd Tubman, attorney for the applicant, emphasized that they are not currently proposing paving over the soccer field, just that if it were to ever become necessary because of the congregation growing, that is an option they have.
“We would have to come back for a preliminary site plan if we wanted to do that parking lot,” she said. “We are merely demonstrating the ability to provide banked parking, it would require a separate supplemental amendment. We are not doing that now.”
Planning board attorney Thomas Collins said the applicant has offered a condition with the application that there will be no parking on streets in the neighborhood, on Route 202/206, on the nearby Woodmont property, or any other adjacent properties.
“This would be a condition for the site plan, and would trigger moving to more than one worship service on the same day, and, if that didn’t work, they could go to an offsite location for more parking,” he said.
Tubman said that if services on the holidays attracted more people and vehicles than the applicant has currently accounted for, they would move to hold a second service or rent an offsite space for the service before even considering the option of paving over the soccer field for more parking.
Traffic engineer Gary Dean also recounted the amount of parking accounted for in terms of the proposed school, although he cited that schools are omitted from the town’s ordinance on parking requirements. According to calculations, 23 parking spaces are required for the elementary school component, 12 for middle school and 31 for the high school.
That’s a total requirement of 291 spaces for the property, Dean said, and the applicant is providing 292.
“I hope you can see that sufficient parking will be included on the site,” he said. “Recognizing the condition that has been offered that when the mosque is at peak worship capacity, the school would not be in session, we certainly have demonstrated the adequacy of parking.”
But residents expressed concerns about whether the site will accommodate changes in the future, and whether the applicant has even considered that.
“The hope is that if this becomes a nice place, the people would come,” Kurz said. “We’re not discussing what will happen today, you’re planning what’s happening in five years or 10 years.”
“They are planning 292 spaces, but what about in 10 years?” he added. “That’s what I’m concerned about.”
Kurz questioned when they are going to make the contingency plans if more vehicles show up than the parking spaces can accommodate.
“Let’s make those plans now,” he said. “There should be a concession made now that someone is on hand to handle the overflow. We have to plan in advance.”
Planning board member Ron Charles said he would like to see the applicant have that kind of plan in place for the first holiday they host at the mosque so they are not taken by surprise.
“I think it would make sense prior to the first big holiday to have a plan in place,” he said.
Mayor Dan Hayes said he would be comfortable with a plan being in place for the first holiday, with an evaluation scheduled after that.
“I think that that is something that could be readily agreed to,” he said. “It’s a living plan. It is not easy to turn someone away, so this is the plan now.”
“And this will be a living arrangement, changing as needed,” Charles added.
Charles also requested that Al Falah Center consider saying there will be no use of the soccer field on Sundays, so as to accommodate residents concerned about noise and lights on the weekend.
Tubman said the board of the Al Falah Center will discuss that.
Traffic also remained a concern for residents at the hearing.
“We are going to be putting more traffic on that street,” Kurz said. “People are speeding to go over the rise there, and as they do, they come to the other side and now we are going to be putting traffic making left turns. One car can cause an accident.”
West Foothill Road resident Chris Roberts agreed about the traffic, and questioned whether this would still be a problem if the mosque were built at the originally proposed location on Mountain Top Road.
“I read that if Al Falah is not approved by the township, it automatically goes back to the Redwood Inn site,” he said. “This split the town. I have friends who didn’t want to come to support us because they knew that if it wasn’t approved, it goes back to the Redwood Inn.”
“This is going to cause traffic nightmares,” he added. “At the Redwood Inn, we wouldn’t have any of that.”
The board unanimously approved the building of the mosque and school.
“..Der Islam gehört nicht zu Deutschland..”
by, On Islam | h/t JewsNews
CAIRO – Amid unprecedented escalation of arson attacks targeting German mosques, a new mosque in Bad Salzuflen in the Lippe district of North Rhine-Westphalia, has been set on fire, raising concerns about a rise in Islamophobia and racism.
“We investigate with high pressure in all directions,” a police spokesman was quoted by Die Welt.
The attack occurred when unidentified arsonists sat the front door of the mosque on fire last Saturday, October 11.
The fire burnt the mosque, at the entrance floor of a building, along with three other apartments in the same floor.
Fire department has reportedly saved nine people, three of them were children, the sources said.
Suspected arson attacks on mosques attended by Turks in Germany raises concerns about a rise in Islamophobia and racism.
In Germany alone 81 attacks targeting mosques have been carried out since 2012.
Meanwhile, 219 attacks were carried out between 2001 and 2012, reflecting a worrying anti-Muslim trend that targeted the religious minority across Europe.
In the Netherlands, four suspects attempted to attack a mosque run by Turks in June, but the Muslim community prevented the attack.
Racist and Islamophobic attacks have also targeted mosques in Denmark and the UK, although there were no casualties.
Germany is believed to be home to nearly 4 million Muslims, including 220,000 in Berlin alone. Turks make up an estimated two thirds of the Muslim minority.
Germans have grown hostile to the Muslim presence recently, with a heated debate on the Muslim immigration into the country.
A recent poll by the Munster University found that Germans view Muslims more negatively than their European neighbors.
A November 2012 study showed that right-wing extremism is notably rising in Germany, particularly in the east of the European country.
The study, “The Changing Society: Right-wing Views in Germany 2012”, found that the number of Germans identifying themselves has grown.
The report indicated that 9 percent of Germans have adopted extreme right-wing beliefs, up from 8.2 percent two years ago.
Pictured above is how the WSU Christian Chapel appeared prior to Muslim infiltration.
University Administrators Remove Cross, Alter and Pews – Replace with Islamic Prayer Rugs
by, Hazel Torres | Christian Today | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop
Right in the American Heartland, in the state of Kansas, a minority group of Muslim students have succeeded in taking over what used to be the Christian chapel of their university to the dismay of the school’s majority Christian population.
Ironically, the Muslims gained control of the Christian prayer area with the help of the administrators of Wichita State University (WSU) who, last May, decided to make the university’s chapel “faith neutral” to accommodate Muslim students, according to a Fox News report.
University officials ordered workers to remove all the pews and the altar inside the Harvey D. Grace Memorial Chapel. Muslim prayer rugs and some portable chairs were then brought inside.
In a statement, WSU President John Bardo said the changes were in compliance with the wishes of the chapel’s benefactor, Mrs. Harvey D. Grace, who in her last will wrote that “this chapel will be open to all creeds and to all races of people.”
Guided by this, Bardo said they decided to convert the chapel into a facility “welcoming to all religious groups on campus.”
But the changes ultimately resulted in a “Christian cleansing,” according to Fox News. “Anything remotely related to the décor of a Christian church was given the heave-ho.”
The student alumni and university donors protested the removal of the pews and altar. “Why did they have to take out all the pews?” alum Jean Ann Cusick wrote on Facebook.
But the Muslims now in control of the facility are dismissing the Christian outrage, calling it “Islamophobia,” or prejudice against Muslims.
Pictured above is how the Chapel appears now with the Pews, Cross and Alter removed and prayer rugs installed.
The Muslim students have also apparently taken over the university’s student body and publication, the Wichita Eagle. Student body president Joseph Shepard told the Wichita Eagle that the Christian outrage is “coming from off-campus, not from the students here.”
Of the university’s 15,000 predominantly Christian students, only about 1,000 are Muslims.
The Christian protesters continued to appeal to the university administrators not to deprive its majority Christian student population of their religious rights.
Apparently feeling the pressure, President Bardo recently ordered a committee to be formed to study possible changes in the facility to address the concerns of the school’s Christian students.
“I don’t think that change was undertaken with enough consideration of the feelings of all elements of the campus and broader community,” he said.
Meanwhile, the Muslims students are also making their move to assert their control of the facility. They recently presented a petition calling for the university to install Islamic-friendly plumbing—specifically, handheld bidets in restrooms around the campus.
by, THE HAGUE – Anadolu Agency | Hurriyet Daily News | JewsNews
A Dutch right-wing political party has demanded Netherlands be cleared of mosques, amid an ongoing row over the integration of Muslim and Turkish minorities in the country.
Machiel de Graaf, a member of Dutch anti-immigration and anti-Islam Party for Freedom (PVV), asked all mosques in the country to be shut down while speaking during a debate on integration in the House of Representatives.
Emphasizing that a Netherlands without mosques would be better, the parliamentarian said “We want to clean Netherlands of Islam.”
In addition to not being integrated into Dutch society and refuse to be assimilated, Muslims living in the country threaten Dutch identity and culture by giving more birth, according to de Graaf.
De Graaf’s remarks drew harsh criticism from members of social democratic parties attending the debate.
While Labor Party (PvdA) deputy Roos Vermeij urged the right-winger to retract his words, Democrats 66 (D66) deputy Sten van Weijenberg stressed his statements were dangerous.
De Graaf’s party, which is led by right-wing politician Geert Wilders, has been a vocal critic of Muslims and immigrants living in the country, but his words mark the first time that the request for the complete closure of mosques has been expressed.
The debate also came as Turkey warned Dutch authorities about aggressive and racist policies toward the Turkish community living there.
Two weeks ago, two lawmakers of Turkish descent from the PvdA were expelled after refusing to support their party’s critical remarks about a number of Turkish organizations that were accused of being “too focused on promoting Turkish and Islamic identity.”
S T O P N A Z I S L A M !
Shaykh Dr Muhammad Umar Al-Qadri. Photo courtesy of: The Irish Independent
A prominent Muslim cleric has claimed that Islamic extremists are congregating in two of the 26 mosques across the country.
by, Shane O’Riordan | The Irish Independent | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop
Shaykh Dr Muhammad Umar Al-Qadri says that two mosques are seeing Islamic extremists congregating there regularly.
The Imam of the Al-Mustafa mosque in Blanchardstown also claims that there are now up to 100 extremists in Ireland.
He says that his group, the Muslim Peace and Integration Council, is working to promote peace but are meeting resistance in some quarters.
Speaking to the Irish Independent, he said: “We need to stop the radicals from spreading their lies to the youth.”
But he said that in one mosque, the religious leaders never denounce atrocities carried out in the name of the terror group Isil.
The Muslim community in Ireland is now about 40,000 strong.
Shaykh Al-Qadri warned that radicalisation of Muslim youth through both face-to-face and online interaction is becoming more and more prominent in Ireland.
Young people need to be educated about extremism to prevent this from happening, he said.
The day before the Muslim Peace and Integration Council held the ‘Not in Our Name’ demonstration against Isil in Dubin, the renowned cleric met three teenage, male Muslims in the city centre who supported the terrorists.
“I was not in my religious clothing so the boys did not recognise me as a Shaykh. I approached them and asked if they would come to the demonstration the next day. They said: ‘No, we hate Westerners, we are Isis’ (Isil). I was shocked.
“One of them then proceeded to quote a passage from the teachings of an Islamic scholar, which he thought justified violence against non-Muslims. I then asked him to give me another quote from that book and he could not. I kept asking him about this book and also about the teachings of the Qur’an.
“It turned out he had no clue about the teachings of Islam but was just quoting this passage from someone else.”
Shaykh Al-Qadri added that, at the moment, extremists in Ireland are non-violent and extremist in their ideology only.
He also said that there are no Sunni and Shiite tensions in Ireland and this would never be a source for violence here.
Asked how many individuals the gardaí were investigating for suspected terror links, a Garda spokesperson said: “For security reasons, we do not discuss operational matters of that nature.”
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If you are bored and have absolutely nothing else to do…
..Listen to this complete nut-job ‘Khalid Kelly.’ He is an “alleged” Irish Catholic convert to Islam. After trying to listen to him for about 5 minutes, all I can say is.. ‘..He is right at home with Islam. Another ignorant, brainwashed fool. Off with his f’n head…’
Anjem Choudary and Khalid Kelly on Irish TV-2003:
Ex-Muslim Shahram Hadian Warns America of the Subversive Forced Resettlement of Radical Muslim Refugees Into Idaho.
* A Special ‘Thank you’ to Misty for the lead on this story.
Read More from Shahram Hadian here:
by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled
Perhaps the Ramadan fasting is taking it’s toll on the Muslim sensibilities or maybe it’s just ‘..Muslims being Muslims..’ Either way, the men and women are both getting in on the action. No gender discrimination here…
In this first video, which takes place at Islam’s ‘..holiest of the holies..’ – the Grand Mosque in Mecca, also know as Masjid Al Haram, it seems an argument ensued over the distribution of alms revenue. (Charity money) which then turned into an all out brawl.
And, nothing says charity more than beating the hell out of your fellow man (or woman) to get it…
Video courtesy of: gotube
In this next video, at a mosque in the capital city of Riyadh, we finally get an inside look at the apparent ‘..Muslim world saviour..’ or so he claimed.
It begins with a man entering the main prayer hall yelling ‘..I am the long-awaited one sent by Muhammad..’ – ‘..I am Al Medhi Al Montathar..the chosen one..’ referring to, (the Chosen Imam Al-Mehdi), known to us as.. “The Mahdi” (12th Imam.)
According to Islamic Eschatology, the ‘Mehdi’ is the “Islamic Saviour” that they are all awaiting. They believe he will ‘..Rise up from the center of the earth and cleanse the planet of ALL Jews and Christians..’ – In other words, the one Judaic/Judeo-Christian Eschatology refers to as ‘..the Anti-Christ..’
Well, evidently his fellow ‘mosque mates’ were having none of that shi’ite, as you will see…
Now, on a very serious note…
And when grandma opened her eyes at the end of the prayer.. the girl had vanished.
Hmm.. a 14-year-old little girl in the presence of a bunch of Muslim men…
Well, what could go wrong there?
Or, perhaps the girl just prayed real hard to get out of that hell hole…and He answered her prayer.
Either way, we hope and pray she is safe.