Sunday, June 19, 2011

Radical Imam At St Rose of Lima Tomorrow

As I posted last week, a radical muslim imam is going to be delivering an address, at St Rose of Lima, on "Islam: A Religion of Peace or of Terrorism?"  If you haven't yet done so, please examine the links for the pertinent information about this man and his mosque.  Take special note of the laudatory comments he made regarding the Hamas operative at his mosque who was caught video-recording the supporting structures of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge - strange sort of hobby, wouldn't you say?  Take note that the Fort Hood shooter attended his mosque.

He also made the incredible statement that "you will see Islam move from being the second largest religion in America-that's where we are now- to being the first religion in America".  Did he suffer any repercussion?  Not at all!  In fact, on June 20th, a very naive parish and archdiocesan chancery are actually providing a forum and an audience so that he can lull good people into a rose-colored-glasses type of passivity regarding Islam.  That's quite unlike the violent rampaging that occurred in the name of jihad when Pastor Terry Jones stated his intention to burn a Qu'ran.

Speaking of Pastor Jones, he staged a protest at an Arab International Festival in Dearborn Michigan this past Friday.  Here's the local report, along with video.  Notice the reaction.  These "festival goers" aren't merely shouting at him.  They're actually shoving him, prompting the police to arrest at least some of them.  Of course there's the obligatory silent blaming of the "inflamatory language", but the reporters also state that they recognize some of the thugs as being too familiar, as though they may be "professional".

As I said in the previous post, the pastors of St Rose of Lima and the Archdiocese of Washington chancery should be ashamed of themselves for behaving as willing dupes.

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