Thursday, October 14, 2010

A Covert Mission Strategy

by Heidi Swander

Is it just me? Have I gone daft? Why, in the name of all that is good and decent, is there even one American amenable to erecting a gigantic mosque - the proposed "Cordoba House" -- at the New York site of 9/11?

What happened to Americans standing together for our country? What happened to the fury over the deaths of over two thousand American citizens on September 11, 2001? As a well-known radio host I know likes to say so often, "Where is the outrage?"

It would seem that the mission strategy of the followers of Mohammed is achieving its desired effect. Yes, mission strategy. In Arabic the word is Dawah, and it's been going on right under the noses of millions of Americans for many, many years.

So today, we have Muslim calls to prayer in Manhattan, New York; Dearborn police defending Islam against the Constitution of the United States at the 2010 Arab Festival; an annual Muslim parade in New York City that obstructs streets for blocks around as Muslims kneel to pray to Allah - the moon god of ancient Mesopotamia; a city council that approves Muslim prayers over loudspeakers within city limits; a congressman of the United States sworn in on the Koran; a president who does his first formal TV interview with an Arabic cable television network; a mayor of one of the cities attacked by Muslim terrorists nine years ago who defends the building of a 13-story mosque on the very ground where Americans were buried in rubble from the decimation; and Muslims appointed to posts within our own Homeland Security! And that's just a little taste of what's going on in America today thanks to the missionary work of faithful adherents to Islam.

And what, exactly, are we supposed to do about it?
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