Wake up call - Part II
This article is mainly for those Americans who naively insist that Islamic terrorists are of no concern here, with reasoning like: they know nice Muslims, there are too few fanatics, they do not see them here or if we are nice to them they will be nice to us (as they were with (beheaded) journalists Daniel Pearl, James Foley and Stephen Sotloff?)
Listen to the threatening words and actions below, of their vicious leaders, here in the United States. They are throughout America from New York to California and coming across the U.S.-Mexican border.
Omar Abdel Rahman, the blind Sheikh convicted of planning a “day of rage” by blowing up New York buildings in 1991, called on Muslims to “conquer the land of the infidels.”
Imam Amir-Abdel Malik-Ali Masjid of the Al Islam mosque, Oakland, Calif.—“We must implement Islam as a totality (in which) Allah controls every place... the home, the classroom, the science lab, the halls of Congress.”
Imam Abdul Alim Musa of the Al Masjid mosque, Washington, D.C.—“If you don’t give us justice. If you don’t give us equality. If you don’t give us our share of America. If you don’t stay out of our way and leave us alone, we’re gonna burn America down.”
Imam Muhammad Al-Asi, former Imam at the Washington, D.C. Islamic Center—“Now, all our imams, our public speakers, should be concentrating on militarizing the Muslim public ... Only carrying arms will do this task.”
Imam Zaid Shakir, former Muslim chaplain at Yale University—“Muslims cannot accept the legitimacy of the existing American order, since it is against the orders and ordainments of Allah.”
Imam Feisel Abdul Rauf, of the Mosque at Ground Zero N.Y., N.Y.—“I do not believe in religious dialogue.”
Omar Ahmad, founder of Council on American Islamic Relations, said, “Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant. The Koran, the Muslim book of scripture, should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on earth...”
Ahmad Nawfal, a Jordanian who has spoken at rallies held on American soil—“If fundamentalist Muslims stand up, it will be very easy for us to preside over this world.”
Ihsan Bagby, officer of Council on American Islamic Relations—“Ultimately, we (Muslims) can never be full citizens of this country... because there is no way we can be fully committed to the institutions and ideologies of this country...”
Nihad Awad, officer of Council on American Islamic Relations—“I am in support of the Hamas movement.”
Edina Lekovic, officer Muslim Public Affairs Council from the July 1999 edition of Al-Talib, the Muslim news magazine at UCLA, when Lekovic was one of the managing editors—“When we hear someone refer to the great mujahid Osama bin Laden as a ‘terrorist’, we should defend our brother and refer to him as a freedom fighter...”
Julio Assad Pino, associate professor of history at Kent State University. Pino considers homicide bombers martyrs, the U.S. Armed Forces butchers, and is or was at one time part of an Internet blog that urges readers to join the Islamic resistance. Also in a Columbus Dispatch piece, Pino described himself as the “most dangerous Muslim in America.”
A review of these statements show that they do not veer far at all from the comments made by Islamic religious figures overseas as presented in my last article or from remarks made by other prominent Muslims operating in the United States.
I call upon everyone who acknowledges the fact that fanatic Muslims intend to take over the USA, and the world, to speak out and educate the ill-informed and uninformed.
Ed Ziegler can be contacted at Brooklyn13@Embarqmail.com or 352-750-3298.