Are radical mosques in America?
Americans consider a house of worship a place of peace where one practices ones’ faith, not preaches hate.
While Islamic houses of worship (Mosques) are used for prayer, studies show many Mosques and Islamic centers are used to preach jihad, hate and violence.
After their study In 1998 Sheikh Muhammad Hisham Kabban testified to the State Department that of the 114 mosques they visited in the United States 80 percent taught Islamic extremism.
David Yerushalmi and Mordechai Kedar’s study “Shari’a and Violence in American Mosques,” claims 81 percent of the now 3100 U.S. mosques promote violence against American values.
According to “World Net Daily” of Feb. 2, 2008, the Center for Security Policy started mapping Shari’a in America using former FBI, CIA and counterintelligence agents skilled in Arabic. They investigated mosques, Islamic centers and schools across the country. They reported, three in four preach hatred of Western values and customs.
Major names in terrorism—including the Boston Marathon bombers, the Tamaey brothers and the man behind the ISIS beheadings—have worshipped at the Islamic Society of Boston (ISB). The ISB has a radicalizing program aimed at Boston Muslim communities, especially its youth.
Major Dr. Nadal Malik Hasan was the terrorist in the Ft. Hood, massacre, killing 13 fellow US soldiers. He worshipped at Dar al-Hijra Mosque, in Falls Church, Virginia, led by radical imam Anwar al-Awlaki. It is said al-Awlaki was also “spiritual adviser” to three of the 9/11 hijackers. Imam Anwar al-Awlaki was accused of supporting attacks on British troops and backing terrorist organizations
While Islam is a religion, it can also embrace a vibrant violent political ideology that takes advantage of our lenient laws.
We are fortunate that Americans still have freedom of religion.
Since November 2015 France has closed three radical mosques and are planning to close 100 more. Why isn’t our president closing radical mosques to help protect us? Is a radical mosque near you?