Islam Archive 2

The Dangers of Political Islam

by Lewis Loflin

Islam's rise in the West is a subject that needs to be discussed frankly, without euphemism or disinformation. The survival of secular democracy, individual liberty and women's rights depends upon it.

Bruce Bawer. Wall Street Journal, February 7, 2012.

CAIR or the 'Council on American-Islamic Relations' is a mostly Saudi-funded Muslim 'civil rights' organization determined to introduce Islamic Sharia Law into American institutions. They are also an off-shoot and founded by the Muslim Brotherhood. The same Muslim Brotherhood that's supporting terrorism and the persecution of Christians in Egypt. They are also a supporter of the terrorist group Hamas.

Omar Ahmad (a joint founder of CAIR) said in 1998 that Muslim Americans "have a duty to deliver the message of Islam" and that "Islam isn't in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant." I happen to believe they mean just what they say they mean. CAIR is still refusing to condemn specifically Osama bin Laden and Islamic extremism and terrorism in general. They also refuse to condemn honor killing and the mistreatment of women under Muslim Law.

They have learned well from and mimic American Leftists, whom both share a hatred of Western Civilization. Leftists see these hate groups as allies in their war to bring the system down, from which they hope to rebuild a new system based on Humanism/Marxism. They are not only silent of, but often apologists for Muslim violations of civil rights where Christians/Jews would be vehemently attacked.

CAIR is also seeking to sever Muslims in general from American laws and setup separate Sharia courts in this country. Islam is bad enough, but to leave American citizens at the mercy of evil Sharia is a violation of everything America stands for. This is often supported by the irrational practitioners of multiculturalist' racism. Say 'no' to Sharia and yes to equal rights for women and secular government.

Also see A Bad Day for CAIR: Busted!



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