Thursday, December 28, 2006


An American Congressman simply listens to the Jihadist's and believes that they mean what they say.
He repeats it, and is chastized.
Why is it okay for a Muslim to say they want Islamic Law, the only true religion, spread across the globe by coersion or force...
but it's wrong when a non-muslim says maybe we should consider that they meant it and act accordingly?
See folks, this multicultural reactionary alarmism against anything that paints Islam as other than pure poetry and completely ignores their repeated threats against all things non-muslim, is one of the biggest problems in our country - in our world.
Why are we always making excuses for them-
The most bloodthirsty, derranged, most beligerent and
brazenly arrogant people on the planet?
A Bigot in Congress?
By Robert Spencer
December 28, 2006
All these criticisms share a common core assumption: that Goode has no reason to be concerned about Ellison, the Qur’an, or Muslims, and that any suspicion he does have is simply evidence of his bigotry and ignorance...
Ellison (spoke) at a convention hosted by the Muslim American Society and the Islamic Circle of North America. According to a 2004 Chicago Tribune article, “A rare look at secretive Brotherhood in America,” the Muslim American Society was founded in 1993 as the United States arm of the Muslim Brotherhood, the Egyptian based terror group that has spawned both Hamas and Al-Qaeda. MAS members now maintain that the group has no ties to the Brotherhood, but there are indications that many in the group want to see the U.S. Constitution replaced by Islamic law.
“We may all feel emotionally attached to the goal of an Islamic state” in America, said a speaker at a 2002 MAS conference, but “we mustn’t cross hurdles we can’t jump yet.”
The Muslim American Society’s chapter for Ellison’s home state of Minnesota hosts a website that offers in an “Online Library” texts by the jihad theorists Syed Abul Ala Maududi and Sayyid Qutb. Qutb in his jihad manifesto Milestones asserts that “Islam is the way of life ordained by God for all mankind, and this way establishes the Lordship of God alone -- that is, the sovereignty of God – and orders practical life in all its daily details. Jihaad in Islam is simply a name for striving to make this system of life dominant in the world.” Likewise, according to terror expert Steven Emerson, the Islamic Circle of North America “is a Jamad Islamia group, which is on record as calling for jihad in the United States, to promote the notion of an Islamic world. ICNA also published something very recently saying that they are against suicide bombings, except when it comes to killing Israelis.”
Is it reasonable to ask Ellison if he shares such views?
When he speaks at a conference sponsored by such organizations, is it simply bigotry to ask him if he holds views they are on record as having?
When Muslim leaders around the globe have spoken about the necessity to impose Islamic law upon the world, is it sheer nativism to ask Ellison and American Muslims if they hold the same views?
... read it all.


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