Mega Mosque for Terrorism, Sharia, and Sign of Conquest

Posted: August 7, 2013 in religion
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Based on a few different sources I found, there are probably around 1500 mega-churches (≥2000 people or more, weekly attendance) in the United States. Of course, by “church” I mean a place to worship Jesus in some form of Christianity. Now, heaven forbid that mosques (that whole “Islam/Muslim” thing) get in on the movement.

But, in a story by Chelsea Schilling, we have just that horror: “$100 Million Mega-Mosque Coming to This State.” “This state” being Maryland, where a 15-acre mosque is being built in Lanham.

In the third paragraph, we can see where this WND article is going:

As the Clarion Project explains, mosques have been springing up all over the U.S. in recent years. As many as 80 percent of the mosques in America have been built in the last 12 years – since the 2001 terror attacks.

For those who don’t know (I didn’t), the Clarion Project (or Fund) is … “a pro-Israel New York City-based nonprofit organization founded in 2006 whose stated mission is “to educate Americans about issues of national security,” with its main focus on what it calls “the most urgent threat of radical Islam.” So, a good neutral source for this article.

What are these mega-mosques going to do? The article explains:

“These radical mosques often promote the installation of Sharia law, an extreme ideology that considers ‘non-believers’ to be infidels. According to Wahhabis, jihad or support of jihad is a Muslim duty. They believe that suicide bombers and martyrs are worthy of the highest praise and reward. And radicals are anticipating the day when an Islamic state will one day span the U.S.”

As many as four studies have independently concluded that 80 percent of U.S. mosques “were teaching jihad, Islamic supremacism, and hatred and contempt for Jews and Christians,” Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch has reported.

WND also warns:

In his 2010 exclusive WND column, William Federer, author of “What Every American Needs to Know About the Quran: A History of Islam and the United States,” listed dozens of historical cases in which mosques were erected as signs of Muslim conquest.

So there you have it. Oh, and don’t believe the builders, who are backed by Turkey’s Islamist government (it’s not, it’s fiercely secular). They claim that it’s just for:

  • Religious services and education
  • Turkish language education
  • Turkish history lectures
  • Turkish culinary arts classes
  • Cultural exchange
  • Recreation, sports, and health
  • U.S. immigration and citizenship
  • Women’s equality and empowerment education
  • Civic engagement and public advocacy
  • Business, commerce and trade development
  • Spiritual wellness

The article has over 1100 comments a day after it was posted. I don’t think it’s worth going into them.


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