Thoughts and Truth from the Impossible Life



Many Westernized people outside the Arab world are drawn to what they perceive as the simplicity, peace, and reasonableness of Islam. However, before you accept Islam at face value or consider converting, it is important to understand that conversion to Islam demands that you follow the Qur’an (scripture), the hadith (oral teachings of Muhammad), and the sunna (actions of Muhammad). Many of these teachings make no sense to Westerners. In fact, if you asked the average Muslim why Muhammad set some of these rules, they would not know either. After all, Muslims are taught never to question the infallible word of Allah and his Prophet (Qur’an 5:101).

Considering that conversion to Islam is final, with death being the penalty for abandoning Islam (Bukhari, Vol. 4, Number 260), perhaps the dog-lovers, modern women, and reasonable minded among us should consider these strange, but mandatory, rules:

Islam makes it a sin to pluck your eyebrows.
Q Bukhari, Vol. 7, Number 815

Muslims are not allowed to have pictures in their homes.
Q Bukhari, Vol. 7, Number 844

If a Muslim wife refuses to wear the veil, others will regard her as her husband’s slave, not a wife.
Q Bukhari, Vol. 7, Number 22

Unmarried people who have sex are to be whipped 100 lashes and sent into exile for one year.
Q Bukhari, Vol. 3, Number 817

Although Islam teaches getting into heaven is a matter of having your good deeds outweigh your bad deeds, there are certain things that guarantee heaven: memorizing the 99 names of Allah, having 2 of your children die before you in jihad, and killing someone who does not believe in Islam.
Q Bukhari, Vol. 3, Number 894. Bukhari, Vol. 2, Number 341. Bukhari, Vol. 1, Number 35

Allah encourages lying to non-believers to keep the peace or to overpower them.
Q Bukhari, Vol. 3, Number 857

Allah forbids women from wearing wigs or hair extensions.
Q Bukhari, Vol. 7, Number 133

Muslims are not allowed to wear the color yellow.
Q Muslim, Book 24, Number 5173

Yawning is from Satan and to be avoided at all costs.
Q Bukhari, Vol. 8, Number 242

Muhammad taught that all dogs should be killed.
Q Bukhari, Vol. 4, Number 540

Muhammad urged women to breast-feed grown young men so that the men would be considered family and therefore able to be around the unveiled women and would be unable to marry the women.
Q Muslim, Book 8, Number 3426

It is sinful to lie on your back with your feet crossed one on top of the other.
Q Muslim, Book 24, Number 5238….

Blinded By Islam

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Muslim Brotherhood: A Global Terrorist Influence
Many analysts believe that the radical organization known as the Muslim Brotherhood will gain great influence with a change of government in Egypt.

A closer examination of the secretive group provides insight as to why its possible climb to power has Western observers so uneasy.

Before Osama bin Laden formed al Qaeda, he belonged to the Muslim Brotherhood. So did his top deputy, Ayman al-Zawahiri and the 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

In addition, the terrorist group Hamas identifies itself as the Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestinian branch.

Why are there so many jihadists drawn to the Brotherhood? The group’s official motto may tell the story.

It reads:

* Allah is our objective.
* The prophet is our leader.
* Qur’an is our law.
* Jihad is our way.
* Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.

The Brotherhood was founded in 1928 in Egypt, with the goal of spreading Islamic Sharia law worldwide and uniting all Muslim nations into one Islamic super state. It was eventually banned in Egypt, but for the past several decades has worked behind the scenes to the point where it’s now considered the most influential Islamist organization in the world — with chapters in more than 100 countries.

“It has been repressed in Egypt and in many other countries where the Brotherhood has affiliates and entities,” said retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Myers, who has called the Brotherhood an “insurgency movement.”

“The state security services work against them because they are a subversive insurgent organization and they conduct terrorist acts and have been involved in violence as well,” Myers told CBN News. “Seeking to overthrow and change the governments where they’re represented.”

Although the group has been severely repressed in Egypt for years, it represents that country’s most organized and powerful opposition force.

Former FBI Special Agent John Guandolo told CBN News the United States must become more aware of the Brotherhood’s growing influence.

“Here in the United States, virtually every prominent Islamic organization is controlled and led by the Muslim Brotherhood,” said Gunadolo. “Why this is key, is because they see that they are going to destroy our Western civilization from within.”

The Brotherhood’s immediate goal, though, is an Islamic state in Egypt — and an end to that country’s peace treaty with Israel.

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Sleeper Cells in the USA

Family Security Matter

January 26, 2011
Sleeper Cells in the USA

Dave Gaubatz

There is every reason to suspect that we will endure suicide missions by Islamist sleeper cells. They are already in place. They are waiting for the right time. I know this from experience.

I have worked over 15 years as a U.S. Federal Agent, a U.S. State Department Arabic linguist, and the first civilian Federal Agent deployed into Iraq at the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. Since returning from Iraq I have been involved in terrorism analysis, specifically the mindset of terrorists. During my extensive research on sleeper cells I have talked with hundreds of people from the Middle East from all walks of life, and have talked with Iraqi Government officials, Iraqi military and Iraqi police officers. In addition I have interviewed numerous counter-terrorism specialists in the U.S. and abroad. In 2006 I trained over 4000 U.S. Law Enforcement officers in Basic Investigative Arabic and counter-terrorism. The conclusions of my research lead to the title of this article.

Before I departed for the Middle East in 2003 I had been assigned to Kirtland AFB, NM. Kirtland has some of the best scientists in the world working on U.S. Government projects. I had been working closely with these scientists who specialized in nuclear energy, directed energy, laser technology, bio-weapons and more. I fully understand the impact if suicide bombers begin progressing from conventional explosives to unconventional methods.

The Middle East

In Jan 2003, I was assigned to Arar Air Base Saudi Arabia. Arar is located near the border of Iraq. My mission was to interact with Saudi military officials in order to determine the support we could expect from the Saudi government, to determine if Iraqis were monitoring the activities of the U.S. forces at Arar, and to infiltrate the encampments of the Bedouin community (Saudis and Iraqis living in the desert of Arar). This involved leaving the relatively safe confines of Arar Air Base and driving to the Bedouin camps.

It was most important the Saudis did not know we were leaving the compound because they had forbidden us to do so. Four U.S. special Agents would use our ATV’s and/or four wheel drive vehicles to conduct these missions. The Saudi Government had active spies collecting information pertaining to our troop strength, our weapons, and any other intelligence they could obtain. The Saudis were providing the intelligence to the Saudi Government, and we were very confident it was also being passed to Iraqi intelligence.

During January 2003 and Feb 2003, Saudi Intelligence officers would boast that the American military was overreacting about Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction. Their bravery changed as we approached the invasion of Iraq in Mar 2003. The high-ranking Saudi officers were scrambling to obtain gas masks and other protective equipment. They knew their equipment was substandard and they wanted U.S.-made protective equipment. We gave them some of ours. The Saudi Intelligence officers were visibly frightened about a potential chemical, biological, or nuclear attack and expressed their fears.

While in Iraq we determined the following:

1. Russian activity in Iraq had been rampant several months prior to the war and up until the day before the invasion.

2. Iranians were infiltrating southern Iraq by the thousands and were preparing to assist insurgents in removing U.S. forces from Iraq.

3. We found numerous pieces of evidence indicating WMD were in Iraq before the war began and some were still in Iraq.

4. I and other agents were informed by Iraqis that a civil war would erupt and violence against U.S. forces would increase due to the Iranian and Russian influence.

All of this information was provided through intelligence channels, but was ignored. Today we are seeing the results of our intelligence being ignored in 2003.

Vulnerability at home

Upon returning from Iraq I left Federal Service to pursue a career educating U.S. law enforcement in the U.S. I wrote a book titled “Arabic for law enforcement and military”. During my lectures to local, county, and state law enforcement officers it was revealed the true first line defenders in the U.S. are not trained nor prepared to combat terrorism in the U.S. (through no fault of their own). The local law enforcement agencies were not receiving adequate funds or assistance from the Federal Government to fight terrorism. The majority advised they were supposed to be the first line defenders, but in actuality they did not even know what Al-Qaeda meant, and/or could not point out Iraq or Iran on a map. They had no Arabic language training.

I began conducting research and talking with experts from various fields and determined three significant facts that I corroborated by further research:

1. The terrorists groups such as Hezbollah, Hamas, and Al-Qaeda each had different leaders and to some degree operated in different ways, but they each had the same two goals (destroy Israel and destroy America and any country that supported either).

2. Our nuclear research centers were very vulnerable to an attack and the potential for a suicide bomber using a dirty radiological bomb from these facilities was and is a high probability. Note: Vic Walter and Brian Ross of ABC News did an excellent report on the lack of security at these facilities. I received an enormous amount of information from individuals associated with Russian nuclear programs that there is nuclear material being sold on the black market and nuclear material is in the hands of Islamic Extremists.

3. Terrorist sleeper cells are located primarily in Virginia, New York, North Carolina, Michigan, Florida, California, and Canada. The “sleepers” are prepared to conduct terrorist attacks within the U.S., and nuclear material is available to them. “Prepared” in this instance indicates they have the necessary tools to carry out their attacks and are prepared to die.

4. Non profit organizations such as CAIR, ISNA, MANA, MSA, and several other Islamic based groups are in actuality simply fronts for Al Qaeda and Hamas. The leadership within these groups receives funds and training from the Saudi government. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) allows these groups to operate freely throughout the U.S. and at American’s taxpayer’s expense. Essentially the IRS grants the groups immunity and the authority to train, organize, and prepare for attacks against our country. Why? Because CAIR and other such groups have a confidential informant network much better than even our FBI. CAIR uses contractors such as Corey Saylor (Simple Resolve Company) to place interns into our elected official’s offices, and into organizations such as the IRS.

Terrorist operations are active in the U.S. and are being operated/financed by Al Qaeda throughout the U.S.

U.S. citizens need to understand there are people trained and prepared to carry our suicide missions in the U.S. and nothing are off limits. Churches, malls, and even the schools our children attend are not off limits to suicide bombers. It is only a relatively short time before the U.S. will begin seeing suicide terrorist missions.

I will continue to research terrorism related issues in the U.S. and Canada and will bring forward the results. Nuclear reactors are located on a large number of major university campuses in the U.S. There locations are not classified and are described on the internet.

Children are the ones who suffer in wartime and I want to prevent any child from ever having to experience a terrorist attack.

In Feb, 2007, I wrote the above article for ‘American Thinker’. I have updated the information for readers. Contributing Editor Dave Gaubatz spent 20 years as an active duty USAF (Special Agent/OSI), 3.5 years as a civilian 1811 Federal Agent, trained by the U.S. State Department in Arabic, and was the first U.S. Federal Agent to enter Iraq in 2003. He is also a counterterrorism counterintelligence officer. He is co-author of the book Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld That’s Conspiring to Islamize America. His websiteis here, and he can be reached at

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The Truth About Islam by Vijay Kumar

The Truth About Islam by Vijay Kumar

The Truth About Islam:
In Rebuttal to a Recent Article Published in The Tennessean

by Vijay Kumar (December 2010; pdf here)
To an open minded, rational thinking person engaging in a fact-based assessment comparing the fundamental tenets of Islam with the founding principles of our Constitution, the essential opposition of these two ideologies should become quickly and readily apparent. Examples of this unmistakable opposition abound and are easily discerned:

• It is a fact that Islam, as an ideology delineated in the Quran, opposes separation of church and state; whereas the First Amendment of the Constitution requires it.

• It is a fact that Islam seeks to eradicate freedom of religion, while the First Amendment defends it.

• It is a fact that Islamic doctrine suppresses freedom of speech, whereas our First Amendment guarantees it.

• It is a fact that Islam commands cruel and unusual punishments, whereas our Eighth Amendment forbids them.

• It is also a fact that the Quran urges its followers to “Fight and slay the pagans (infidels or non- Muslims) wherever you find them,” whereas America’s most hallowed founding principles dictate that all people are created equal and have inherent rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

These are just some of the problematic facts relating to Islam that rightly concern many Americans in the post 9/11 world. But from the very first line of his October 24th article in the Tennessean entitled “Anti-Muslim Crusaders Make Millions Spreading Fear” reporter Bob Smietana blatantly ignores these facts and many other essential issues pertinent to the discussion of the spread of Islam and Sharia law in America, choosing instead to engage in a mottled series of baseless ad hominem attacks which portray Americans concerned about the issue as being hate mongering profiteers.

Smietana opens his article with a completely unsubstantiated and fallacious attempt to portray Steven Emerson as a “leading member of a multimillion dollar industry of self proclaimed experts” who “spread hate toward Muslims” for their own profit. Let us begin the logical decimation of Smietana’s spurious allegations by addressing his ludicrous assertion that Emerson is a “self proclaimed expert.”

This particular assertion blatantly ignores the fact that rather than being a “self proclaimed expert” Emerson is in reality considered to be a top expert on Islamic terrorist activity by FBI counterterrorism agents, national security personnel, U.S. congressmen, major news organizations such as CNN and many, many others.

“Steve has been on the cutting edge of [investigating terrorism] for many, many years… he has provided an extremely valuable service,” says Robert Blitzer, retired FBI Counterterrorism Chief. Richard Clarke, former head of NSC Counterterrorism, calls Emerson “The Paul Revere of Terrorism” and says Emerson routinely provided him with counterterrorism information that the FBI and CIA didn’t have. Senator John Kyl said Emerson “is the most authoritative expert on Middle Eastern terrorism in the United States today…whose investigations have uncovered the existence of terrorist groups operating in the United States Kyl adds that “This country owes a great deal of gratitude to him.”

As for Emerson being a profiteer, Smietana points to the $3,390,000 in income Emerson’s “for profit” company — SAE Productions — “collected” in 2008 for researching alleged ties between American Muslims and overseas terrorism. While providing no accounting of how that money was dispersed or where it ended up, Smietana also ignores the fact that Emerson, according to SAE spokesman Ray Locker, takes no profit from SAE. The money in question was used to pay for research, expenses and the salaries and benefits of 18 employees. The organization, according to Locker, is only designated “for profit” for security reasons, so that Emerson can protect the anonymity of his employees. Considering the fate of others who have openly criticized Islam — such as Salman Rushdie, or Theo Van Gogh (the Dutch filmmaker who’s movie about the shameful abuse of Muslim women got him assassinated by a Moroccan Jihadist) — it is understandable that Emerson, while braving the personal risks entailed by his open fight against Islamic Jihad, is concerned with protecting the well being of his employees.

As for Emerson being a hatemonger, Smietana simply makes the slur without citing a single instance of Emerson saying, writing or doing anything that remotely constitutes hate speech or hatred of Muslims.

Since Smietana provides absolutely no evidence of hate speech coming from Emerson or any of the other people he accuses of hatemongering, it is apparent that for him the mere criticism of Islam alone constitutes intolerance and hate mongering. Regarding this absurd (though common) and baseless assertion that the only intent of those who point to the dangers inherent in political Islam is to spread hate, light the fires of passion and loose the dogs of war, we must once again do what Smietana never does in his article — which is to address facts and the empirical data, and formulate a reasoned. dispassionate assessment of the pertinent issues.

Let me first state unequivocally that empirical arguments against the ideology of Islam and its diametric opposition to the Constitutional foundation of America (and the notion of human freedom) are all logical variances and oppositions against an ideology, not arguments or attacks against a people. Let it further be said that opposing Islam does not make you a racist, and does not mean that you oppose or hate Muslims or want to oppress them. What it means is that you oppose (on a purely empirical and rational basis) the racism, hatred and oppression that the ideology of Islam itself embodies.

Consider for a moment the sounds of hate, oppression, intolerance, and the irrational — compared to the considered arguments of the rational and the empirical. Hate mongering never begins with, “Consider this….” followed by a presentation of facts, as those who Smietana criticizes have done in regard to addressing the issue of the threat of the Islamic ideology. Instead, hatred, oppression and intolerance state their claims and ideological positions and then reject outright all dissent — reasoned or otherwise. True intolerance is a mindset that – particularly as it presents itself in academia and the media — insists that we must quietly take our seats and behave, or else risk insult, humiliation and punishment. It is a mindset that is not interested in rational debate and discourse.

There may be some who, in fact, do harbor feelings of strong antipathy for all Muslims. That fear is one unfortunate consequence of 9/11, perhaps, or a result of a personal familiarity with Islam’s hostile history. But to lump all critics of Islam together and brand them as hate mongers is tantamount to equating Rosa Parks with O.J. Simpson, because they both were victims of police discrimination.

The basis for any just criticism should always be rational thought, based on empirical data. Concerning the issue of critiquing Islam, a sort of social-scientific method should and must be used. Anything less falls below the standard of anyone who truly honors the words upon which our nation was established. Criticism of Islam’s political aspect is thus not hate-speech, nor is it an indication of a knee-jerk reactionary at work: it is the sensible, logical, and above all, reasonable response of people who have not forgotten that their freedoms are ensured and preserved by adherence to the principles of Reason.

It is unfortunate (and probably futile) to have to remind Smietana of certain undeniable facts, which lead many to have great concern about the spread of Islam across the United States and the world. Consider that when making the absurd assertion that the few million dollars Emerson’s company “collected” makes him a profiteer of hate, Smietana ignores the fact that the government of Saudi Arabia has spent billions to establish schools that propagate Wahhabi Islam — a doctrine that profusely and openly espouses intolerance and hate.

It is a fact that the Wahhabi philosophy is diametrically opposed to the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States in every detail. It is also a fact that Saudi monies have played a large role in funding American colleges and universities. It is a fact that the Saudi regime itself promotes no democratic participation. Does my citing of these facts constitute hatred of Arabs? Of course not. It merely indicates and states the power and influence of a political system beyond and within its own borders – and we would be well served to consider the consequences of ignoring that influence and power and allowing a doctrine that is so blatantly opposed to our Constitutional belief system go unchallenged.

So it is our responsibility not to jump to any conclusions, but to evaluate all the available evidence in order to make a dispassionate, sober evaluation of the situation we find ourselves in today. But in doing so we must not ignore the fact that in the recent histories of Afghanistan, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, the Indian sub-continent, Chechnya, Egypt, the Balkans and Indonesia, the main consequence of Islam’s influence has been havoc, genocide, and revolution. And in past decades and centuries, Islam has not built and spread prosperity, but poverty, isolation and hostility.

As a political arm of government, Islam does not embrace assimilation as modern multi-cultural states do, as America has done. In short, it does not tolerate tolerance. While westernized Muslims enjoy and advocate liberty, they fail to perceive the darker side of their heritage. It must be as difficult for Muslims in Tennessee to admit Islam’s abuses as it is for Roman Catholics to face sex-scandals, but there is no solution until they do. No doubt, a sort of Islamic Reformation is overdue, but, as yet, it has not appeared, primarily because of the real threat of violent retaliation such a declaration would mean for its adherents. The plight of Rushdie, Van Gogh, and millions of others murdered for apposing Islam throughout history gives ample testimony to the real danger of opposing Islam.

Rather than being falsely accused of hatemongering, Steven Emerson and the others whom Bill Smietana attacks should be commended for having the courage to eschew potential assaults (both verbal and physical) and truthfully address the threat posed by Islam. Bill French (aka Bill Warner), a former Tennessee State physics professor, is one such man, an intellectually and personally honest and forthright person whom I’ve known for nearly a decade and whom I consider to be one of the finest Americans I have ever met. The fact that Mr. French personally finances his own research and publications on the study of political Islam out of concern for his country did not prevent Smietana from accusing him of “cashing in” and profiting by spreading hate.

As with the baseless accusations he leveled against Emerson, Smietana gives zero evidence of French engaging in hate speech. As for French “cashing in” on his publications, other than reporting that French sells books, Smietana offers zero evidence that French profits from his research or publications. I happen to know that for the past 10 years Bill French has funded his research and his writing out of his own pocket and has not profited one dime from his endeavors. He does what he does because as a patriotic American he is concerned about the future of his country and the world as we all face the growing threat of Islamic imperialism.

Although Smietana fails to offer any hard numbers that would indicate that French or any other of the people he slanders are profiting from their endeavors, the question should also be raised as to why Smietana seems to want to characterize organizations that do research and then publicize their findings as somehow “evil” if the organizations are categorized as “for profit.” Doesn’t The Tennessean do exactly that? Isn’t Smietana getting paid and making a profit — even though, in this instance, his research and writing (as logical discourse) is as shoddy as it gets?

In leveling his groundless assertions that French, Emerson and others are making millions spreading fear and hate, Smietana manages to point to a grand total of around four million dollars that has been raised by or paid out to the half dozen or so supposed hate mongering profiteers that he unjustly vilifies in his article. But besides citing no instances of hate speech and offering no evidence of realized profit earned by any of the people he accuses, Spietana also fails to address the implications evident in the monumental disparity in funding as related to the people he assails and the financiers of Islam itself. For while Smietana can only cite $4,000,000 being circulated to address the effects of Islam on America and the world, compare that to the billions of dollars Saudi Arabia spends each year to propagate Wahhabi Islam — which creates havoc worldwide.

As I stated, the fact that Islam as an ideology creates havoc, genocide and revolution can be established by considering the violence and death it has fomented in Afghanistan, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, the Indian sub-continent, Chechnya, Egypt, the Balkans and Indonesia (just to name a few). But additionally, I can cite my own personal experience with the effects of the ideology of Islam — for I am a victim of Islamic imperialism. My civilization and culture (Hindu, Indian) has been attacked and ravaged by Islam for a thousand years. As late as in 1970 three million Bangladeshi Hindus and Secular Muslims have been murdered by the fanatical Pakistani Islamic Army during the years of Bangladesh’s liberation. Therefore, as a victim of Islamic imperialism, I have every right to criticize Islam. And in leveling my criticism, I do so with a warning that if America does not take care of this pernicious problem, my past will be your future.

It should be noted once again that my criticism of Islam is based on empiricism, reason, and scientific method and that I am not advancing any counter-religion. It is my desire to compare the Quran to the United States Constitution, not to the Bible. Why? Because, the Quran is, first and foremost, a political document. As a political document it is in complete opposition to the laws of the United States, and particularly our supreme law, the Constitution.

That Islam is a political rather than a religious ideology and one that is diametrically opposed to our Constitution is a factual conclusion that can be clearly drawn from examining the origins and documents of Islam itself and contrasting them with America‘s founding documents and principles.

America was conceived as a free Constitutional republic that is of the people, by the people, and for the people. Islam was conceived as a totalitarian theocracy that is of Islam, by Islam, and for Islam. The Quran is the antithesis of the United States Constitution. They are polar opposites. They are diametrically opposed. I don’t say that as some Hegelian abstraction: I mean that these two documents are ideological opposites of each other in their most basic purposes and goals.

The purpose of our Constitution is to secure and guarantee to all people the greatest possible freedom. The purpose of Islam is for all people to submit to Islam, and only Islam—not just spiritually, but politically and secularly, in every aspect of law and life.

These two purposes could not possibly be in greater opposition.

Our Constitutional republic is built upon the foundation of separation of church and state, with a representative form of government that derives all of its power from the will of the people, framed by a Constitution that is the supreme law of the land.

Islam is built on a foundation of church and state being one, an inseparable autocratic form of government that derives all of its power solely from the will of Allah, framed exclusively by Islamic law—which Islam holds to be divine, supreme, and immutable.

So the danger that Islam poses to America is that Islam, at its core, is ideologically at war with our Constitution. It is a declared war against everything our Constitution stands for. This is a war of polarized ideologies, and they are irreconcilable.

Every conflict we have with Muslims and Islamic nations everywhere around the world arises from that one very simple fact. All other “explanations” are wrong, and so lead to no solutions, only endless turmoil.

The idea that somehow the United States antagonized the current conflicts with Islamic nations and Muslim terrorists is specious. The very existence of our Constitution is what antagonizes Islam. It stands in stark opposition to Islam’s worldwide goal of domination over all mankind. We could be doing absolutely nothing anywhere in the world, and still would be an object of Islam’s contempt and aggression for the sole reason that we do not submit ourselves to Islamic law, and we further have the gall to proclaim in our Constitution that people have the right to choose a religion other than Islam — or to choose no religion at all.

One cannot serve two masters. One cannot to be loyal to the United States Constitution and to the Quran at the same time.

Muslims and non-Muslims alike, need to face up to this incontrovertible fact: Islam’s ultimate goal is world domination by Islamic rule, and America stands as the single greatest barrier to the realization of that ultimate goal. That is the exact simple statement of the problem.

For that reason, Islam, at its core, requires the overthrow of the American government, the destruction of our Constitution, and the cancellation of all of our laws as its ultimate goal in America, so that all of those can be replaced with the Quran and Sharia law.

Islam, at its core, also demands the suppression and ultimate eradication of every other church and religion in the world without exception. All paths to spiritual enlightenment and sacred belief known to man that are not Islam—and even materialism, agnosticism, and atheism—are branded by the Quran as inferior, and not worthy of existence.

Islam, at its core, also mandates inequality under Islamic law, using a double standard specifically designed to oppress any “non – believer.” It enforces Sharia law and its inherent discrimination with draconian penalties, including selective taxes, dismemberment (cruel and unusual punishment at its worst) and execution.

Islam, at its core, also commands complete and inescapable submission of the mind and spirit to its scripture as supreme and divine law that overrides and supersedes all the human rights and freedoms that we, as Americans, hold sacred—including, ironically, freedom of religion. The Quran and Sharia law suppress all dissent, and call for the destruction of all opposition to Islamic supremacy. To leave Islam, or even to criticize it, is punishable by death. (Comedy Central thought that was a joke. They’re now finding out that perhaps it’s not so funny after all.)

Furthermore, it must be realized that these goals and purposes of Islam are not “radical Islam;” they are literal Islam. These are the fundamental canonical goals of Islam’s most holy scripture, spelled out quite clearly in the Quran and Hadith, and being put into force right this minute in nations around the world.

The Islamic theologian Syed Abul A’ala Maududi left no doubt about Islam’s ultimate goals when he said: “Islam wishes to destroy all states and governments anywhere on the face of the earth which are opposed to the ideology and program of Islam regardless of the country or the nation which rules it. The purpose of Islam is to set up a state on the basis of its own ideology and program.”

I realize that reciting these goals of Islam is not popular or “politically correct” in our culture today, exactly because of the flood of propaganda insisting that Islam is merely “another religion” and “a religion of peace.”

But Islam, at its core, is a faith-based political theocracy whose most basic tenets and goals are a nullification of our Constitution, and, as such, it is the single greatest threat that America — and, indeed, the entire free world – has ever faced. It is a consummate totalitarianism against which every other totalitarianism should be measured. Expressly because of its religious component, Islamic imperialism is far more dangerous than Nazism and Communism combined.

Hitler came to power in 1939, and World War II ended in 1945 with the defeat of Nazi Germany. Hitler was in power for about 15 years. The Communist Soviet Union lasted longer, for about 74 years. The Soviet Union and Soviet sponsored Communism died of their own internal contradictions.

Yet today, Islam’s Universal Jihad has gained control of over 50 countries in the world, according to the CIA’s own World Fact Book. That’s more than Nazism and Soviet Communism combined. And Islam is well on its way to demographic control in over a dozen other countries.

Universal Jihad is a war that has been waged by Islam against the rest of the world for 1400 years. It is by no means limited to violent conflict or terrorism, and demographic conquest is the most permanent form of conquest. Once Muslims replace enough of the population of any country, the non-believers will lose their nation, their culture, their heritage, their civilization, their laws, their land, and their fundamental human rights forever.

Instead of assimilating into any society, Islam seeks to establish a state-within-a-state, to insinuate Sharia law into the existing system of law and expand it by degrees until it can consume it.

Islam and our Constitution cannot merge. They cannot mix. The oil-and-water analogy would be the easiest to make, but the more accurate one, in the case of Islam and the Constitution, is that of a parasite and host.

As it has done with other cultures, Islam uses our religious tolerance—which is codified in the “free exercise clause” of our Constitution—first as an entrance point to insinuate itself, then as a protective covering while it feeds on the host and grows and spreads.

There are more than a few examples in history. Zoroastrian Persia, Buddhist Afghanistan, Hindu Pakistan, and Christian Egypt all extended tolerance to Islam. All have been metamorphosed into Islamic nations. Their pre-Islamic past is all but wiped out. No one really knows the many achievements, contributions, and heritage of these once great civilizations.

The Hindu civilization today is half of what it used to be. After a thousand years of living in an undivided India, in 1947 the Muslims there wanted their own country, and so was born Pakistan. Similarly, in Yugoslavia, after a thousand years of co-existence, Slavic Muslims there wanted their own country, and so was born Bosnia.

America and Europe certainly will suffer the same fate of these past civilizations if effective action is not taken.

The same sort of parasitic process has taken hold today in Europe. Britain, France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and Italy—all are being inundated by Muslim immigration and suffering the inevitable smothering of their traditional values, culture, and political systems by Islamic influence peddling and Sharia law.

Right now, today, our banks have succumbed to Islamic insistence on separate banking terms for Muslims. Sharia forbids Muslims from paying interest, so Muslims do not get mortgages with interest. They get a loan that has a “fee” instead. Of course liberals, who are Islam’s water-carriers, defend this blatant discrimination that is based solely on religion, while speaking out the other side of their mouths about “equality for all.”

In 2008, the United Kingdom officially sanctioned Sharia courts to rule on Muslim civil matters. In much the same way that Muslims use the “free exercise” clause of our Constitution as a bludgeon against us to extort special concessions and privileges, Muslims in England found in the British Arbitration Act an entrance point to the host while it slowly and methodically grows. It will consume the host unless and until the British people remove it from their system.

And it is coming to the United States.

One must only look at the foundational history of Islam to factually substantiate and prove all that I’ve stated previously.

The most sacred site in the Islamic world is the Kaaba in Mecca. It was not, however, built as an Islamic mosque. It was an ancient temple that had been shared by polytheists, Christians, Jews, and Hindus, honoring 360 different deities. In 630 A.D. the Kaaba was captured by Islam in its military invasion and conquest of Mecca. On the day of its capture, Muhammad delivered an address at the Kaaba in military dress and helmet, according to Ayatullah Ja’far Subhani in his book,The Message:

“Bear in mind that every claim of privilege, whether that of blood or property is abolished…I reject all claims relating to life and property and all imaginary honors of the past, and declare them to be baseless …A Muslim is the brother of another Muslim and all the Muslims are brothers of one another and constitute one hand as against the non-Muslims.” —Muhammad

Muhammad’s address at the Kaaba overthrew the Meccan government and declared all of Islam, anywhere in the world, to be a political and military state against all non-Muslims, regardless of the non-Muslims’ political, geographical, or national origins.

“If anyone desires a religion other than Islam (submission to Allah), never will it be accepted of him.” —Quran 3:85

The politically correct apologists for Islam claim that it is a “religion of peace” with the numerous acts of terror and murder perpetrated by Islamists being dismissed as the misguided acts of a minority. One must consider however that the majority of Germans during World War II were not active members of the Nazi party, were not waging war, and were not involved in the Holocaust. The leaders, though, were active members of the Nazi party, were waging war, and were involved in the Holocaust.

The majority of Russians and eastern Europeans under the rule of the U.S.S.R. were not trying to spread Communism throughout the world, and were not threatening and waging war and revolution. The leaders, though, were doing everything they could to spread Communism throughout the world, and were threatening and waging war and revolution.

Throughout history, since 610 A.D., the leaders of Islam have been waging Universal Jihad around the world for the purpose of Islamic totalitarian domination of the world. It has never mattered what percentage of the Muslim population was “peaceful” or “moderate.” Peace and moderation are not relevant to the totalitarian mandates of Islam’s political documents, and Islam’s leaders always follow the totalitarian mandates of Universal Jihad contained in them.

Furthermore, while it is apparent that there are post-Nazi democracies in Germany and post-Communist democracies in some places where the Soviet Union once ruled, there are no post-Islamic democracies anywhere. Literal Islam, as contained in its political documents, is the consummate totalitarianism. Neither Nazism or Communism had a metaphysical (religious, spiritual) factor, as does Islam.

Islam uses its metaphysics as a wedge to drive in its totalitarian political doctrines. Once Islam has established itself sufficiently in any nation, it seeks to overthrow any existing regime or Constitution or law, and replace it with Islamic theocracy. Even the most “moderate” Muslim is bound to obey Islamic law, and so is bound to fight if ordered to fight:

“When you are called (by the Muslim ruler) for fighting, go forth immediately.” —Hadith Sahih Bukhari 4:52:79: Narrated Ibn ‘Abbas

All Islamic mosques have leaders who can call Muslims for fighting, and as such are satellite headquarters for spreading literal Islam’s political doctrine of world domination and totalitarianism—no matter how many “moderate Muslims” they serve.

The Quran is the supreme political document of Islam – its political manifesto and political constitution. It is the only constitution of the nation-state Saudi Arabia, which is the home of Mecca and the Kaaba, where all mosques point, and is the birthplace of Islam.

The Quran is a totalitarian constitution. It demands submission by anyone within its jurisdiction. The Quran governs all mosques everywhere in the world. As a political document, the Quran asserts that everyone in the world is within its jurisdiction. So far, Islam has not been able to enforce that totalitarian claim on the entire world, but has managed to do so through threat, infiltration, violence, terrorism, and coercion on roughly 20% of the world. It is engaged in a 1400-year-long Universal Jihad to dominate the rest of the world. Mosques are its outpost headquarters.

Central to the Quran’s political mandates is prohibition of religious freedom and religious tolerance, along with denouncements of religions such as Christianity and Judaism.

“O ye who believe! take not the Jews and the Christians for your friends and protectors: They are but friends and protectors to each other. And he amongst you that turns to them (for friendship) is of them.” —Quran 5:51
“Fight and slay the Pagans wherever ye find them, and seize them, beleaguer them, and lie in wait for them in every stratagem (of war)” — Quran 9:5

Mosque leaders must ultimately be loyal to and supportive of these political and militaristic mandates. Mosque leaders and Imams are also the administrators of Sharia law. Sharia law does not allow trial by jury. Sharia law also mandates a double standard of laws for Muslims (believers) and infidels (non-believers). Sharia law mandates a discriminatory tax, called jizya, on non-Islamic religions and nations. Sharia law also mandates discrimination toward women, and forbids any criticism of Islam or its founder, stifling freedom of speech.

Sharia law also mandates that all men are slaves with no right to freedom of religion:

“Allah’s right on His slaves is that they should worship Him (Alone) and should not worship any besides Him.” — Muhammad Sahih Bukhari 4:52:108, Narrated Mu’adh

In short, Sharia law stands in direct opposition to the American Constitution and Bill of Rights. The implementation of Sharia law demands the overthrow of the American Constitution and our form of government and system of laws. Mosque leaders, in every nation in the world, are loyal to the Quran, the Hadith, the Sira, and consider them divine law, and therefore supreme over all.

In summation, all the foregoing facts dictate with precise clarity the reality of the situation: fundamental, literal Islam presents itself as an ideology that is diametrically opposed to our Constitution and thus our country. The mandate this reality dictates should be clear to all as well — it is and should be the duty of every American to vigorously oppose the growth of an ideology that inherently contradicts our founding principles and documents and calls for the destruction of the freedoms and way of life those principles have established for Americans and for much of the free world.

Vijay Kumar, a native of India and long-time resident of Nashville, Tennessee, recently ran for U.S. Congress in the Republican Primary, Tennessee’s Fifth Congressional District. He may be reached at

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Diagram of the divisions, sects, schools, and traditions within Islam, as described at en:Divisions of Islam (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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My input about Dearborn and Mohammad and Terry Jones

Mayor O’Reilly: An Open Letter to Pastor Jones

Dearborn Mayor Jack O’Reilly sends a message to the Quran-burning Florida Pastor Terry Jones about Dearborn and the Constitution.

  • April 20, 2011
Dear Pastor Jones:

I watched you on television speaking about the Constitution and Dearborn, and it appears you need more information about both before you come to our city.  I can provide insight on the Constitution, and expertise on Dearborn.

First of all, Dearborn supports the Constitution as well as any city in America. Our commitment to the Constitution is unwavering, not merely convenient, which makes your hyperbole about Sharia Law being practiced in the courts or civil law of Dearborn nonsensical. So, you are coming to protest against an imaginary threat that doesn’t exist in our community. Not in our courts, not at our City Hall, not on our streets and not in any of our places of worship.

Still, because we do understand the Constitution here, we are not preventing you from expressing your free speech. In fact, in Dearborn, we’ve even gone one step farther than most communities in support of free speech. We established, by ordinance, “Permit Free Zones” intended for demonstrations and free speech.

One of those zones is at City Hall, where from my office I have heard many rallies being conducted in response to international, national or regional issues. This is a high-visibility spot, seen by thousands of motorists but safe from traffic, with plenty of public space for protestors, supporters and the media. It is where we are asking you to conduct your demonstration. The steps of City Hall can even make an impressive platform for speeches.

And, if you are unhappy with what you think is going on in Dearborn, then what better place to protest than with City Hall as the back drop?

Instead you insist on protesting in an area that has no public property to accommodate crowds, spectators, parking or the media. There is just a small public road with limited access which can’t be blocked and an adjacent grassy area for drainage. It is parallel to a major state road, but the small shoulder can accommodate people only when they have auto emergencies.

And, this property you are focusing on, in front of the Islamic Center of America, is also adjacent to four Christian churches, all of which will be hosting Good Friday services, adding to the traffic flow and congestion. It is ironic that the road that you want to protest near is called Altar Road, so named because it was first constructed to provide access to a row of churches constructed in the 1950s reflecting Dearborn’s diverse faith communities.

But I can understand if you don’t know the details of the site, or the particulars about Dearborn. But you should know about the Constitution that you claim to be defending.

The Constitution says that your rights must be balanced with the rights of others under the same document. Your free speech rights do not allow you to trespass on the private property of others or prevent them from the Constitutional right to freely practice their religion. I am not just talking about Muslims, but members of all faiths.

The members of the Christian churches on Altar Road asked me last week if they should cancel their Good Friday services because of your planned visit. I assured them that they should not because the Constitution does not allow you to violate their rights. I don’t know why you selected Good Friday, but it wasn’t very considerate of the significant Christian services being held at that time. I assure you that you will not make them forfeit their services.

You claim that you are coming to protest the radicalism of Islam. Like all of America, we are concerned about the radicalization of any religion that would rationalize extreme actions. However we have not let this concern turn into a twisted paranoia that promotes fear-mongering and misleading generalizations.  You state that you are coming to the Islamic Center of America because it is the largest mosque in America. What does that have to do with the radicalism of Islam? While size may matter to you, we prefer to focus on actual behavior. And according to our Police Department and the anti-terrorism agencies they work with, there has never been evidence of any wrongdoing in any of Dearborn’s mosques.

It appears your choice of the Islamic Center of America is not because it has any relationship to the stated object of your free speech, but because it symbolizes the Islamic faith in general. If so, that is not truly in line with the Constitution you say you are defending.

There is no Sharia Law in Dearborn, only Constitutional Law. Sharia Law is church- or faith-based law that is applicable only to the followers of that faith. For me it is Cannon Law of Catholicism, in Judaism it is Torah Law, and for Muslims it is Sharia Law. The actual originator of the event you plan to hold in Dearborn, Frank Fiorello of the Fraternal Order of the Dragon, accepted my invitation to learn more about Dearborn, and after seeing the truth, he canceled his protest.

But, if you don’t believe that Dearborn follows the Constitution, here are some realistic facts for you. Businesses in Dearborn lawfully meet the diverse needs of our Greater Detroit area, but if Dearborn practiced Sharia Law, would we have three adult entertainment bars and more alcohol licensed bars and restaurants per capita than most other cities? None of that should be allowed under Sharia Law.

How about this? A business we boast about, the nationally known Dearborn Sausage, opened more than 60 years ago across the street from the first mosque in Dearborn and is famous for its sausages and spiral-sliced hams. It is one of many meatpacking operations in our City and no one has ever objected.

Dearborn is also famous for The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, where more than 1.5 million visitors come each year from across the country and the world to learn about the foundations of our American way of life.

Dearborn is a diverse, safe and unified city that is addressing its future in a proactive manner. We cherish the American Dream that brought so many people here during the last century to earn a decent wage and enjoy a high quality of life thanks to Henry Ford and the Ford Motor Company. And for Dearborn, our success and our identity is tied to welcoming people of all backgrounds who have chosen to make America, and our community, their home. We are proud to have welcomed them.

As we work hard to balance your rights with the rights of others in Dearborn, you will be extended every courtesy during your visit–as long as you follow the law based on the Constitution’s protection of everyone’s rights. That should be a familiar statement to you.

You have said over and over that “Muslims are welcome as long as they follow the Constitution.” Surely, then, you wouldn’t ask less of yourself.

6:57 pm on Wednesday, April 20, 2011

The Mayor wasn’t promoting Dearborn’s ‘gentlemen’s’ clubs. He was just making the point that they, along with Dearborn Sausage, wouldn’t exist if Dearborn was actually ruled by Sharia law, as alleged by theignorant and uninformed outsiders.

terry Hoffner

7:10 pm on Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Ive drove past the houses of superstition bigotry and ignorance on many occassions, and there is more than enough space for an american to protest with several reporters to record the event.City hall can be used for a counter protest. If islam is a religion of peace,why the concern over violence, and why should we let religious fanatics in other parts of t world hold civilization hostage, with threats of violence over percieved slights. It offends me when the religious suggest children born outside of a religious ceremoney are illegitimate (the only bastards are the prophets of religion) but I dont go off the deep ….if the religious are going to claim a connection to a god, they should be thick skinned and level headed enough to withstand mockery and criticism.

9:03 pm on Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Living in Florida I was quite disappointed with Pastor Jones actions. I think perhaps he is more interested in his 15 minutes of fame than in human rights. Growing up in Detroit/Dearborn and going to catholic school in Dearborn Michigan, I can certainly appreciate Mayor O’Riley”s candid and to the point comments. Proud to be a former Dearbonite

Jim Gilleran


9:23 pm on Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Mayor hit it right on the nail! excellent!

nancy frazier

9:39 pm on Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Reason over fear…what a concept! I too grew up in Michigan and am proud to know the values I learned are still alive and well. Thank You Mayor O’Reilly.

Nancy Frazier

Mililani, Hi

mike fawaz

9:43 pm on Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Well said Mayor,from a Muslim who adheres only to the constitution of those great United States of America.God bless this country and its people as well as its flag.

Mohammad Fawaz



10:36 pm on Wednesday, April 20, 2011

As a Muslim and Arab American and a life long Dearborn resident. I can attest that Dearborn is home to a diverse group of people who all love this country. Pastor Jones’ bogus statement is instrumental to all of the politicians that are also trying to use “Islamophobia” to gain popularity among the Right Wing Hate Mongering voters. What a shame! An invitation to Pastor Jones: After protesting, drive down to our great Arab American owned restaurants and bakeries and see the American dream in action! Countries in the mIddle East miht be our heritage, but America is defintley our country too! We love it here because of the rights that the Constitution allow us. This is the real truth!!!


11:13 pm on Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Well said Mayor!! couldn’t have said it any better! this guy is just completely trying to get his 15min of fame! its sad that you take it to this level as far as Im concern your a devil worshiper because christians nor catholics or any other faith would focus on burning the quran and giving your word! your word of what normal christians and catholics dont act this way you must be an extremist yourself and you belong with all the other morans that act this way hopefully in heaven there will be a big pot an arrogant losers such as yourself will burn in hell! you are clearly a non believer in any religion; the demons have your soul its to late to even save you your brain is not here with us; what pastor states your coming to give your word and you have weapons?? wheres the peace in that? its okay moran get your 15min of fame on earth an i’ll see you in the afterlife laughin at you!

Diana Morgan

10:33 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011


Don’t let this idiot push you to the point of rage because it gives the pastor pleasure to do that. I read the Mayor’s eloquent letter as a clear invitation that they could protest in an area that does not put the safety of Dearborn’s residents at risk. Ambulances, fire engines and police must get through Altar Rd. without impediment for emergency reasons. The residents of Dearborn have this right as well. They pay taxes for these services. Their needs must be protected so with ample warning pastor, move your group where you have been instructed to or face arrest. Civil disobedience, I think it is called. May God and Allah bless the mayor and his readers.

12:03 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Thank You Mayor O’Reilly. I believe this man forgot that we are all god’s people,we are all one; from Adam & Eve! and One day we are all going to stand to one Lord/God/Allah(swt).

He calls on the muslims extremist, maybe he himself needs to know what is the meaning of the word! “Extremism is any ideology or political act far outside the perceived political center of a society; or otherwise claimed to violate common moral standards. In democratic societies, individuals or groups that advocate the replacement of democracy with a authoritarian regime are usually branded extremists, in authoritarian societies the opposite applies.” I hope he enjoy’s his fame now, surely he is not going to enjoy it when he is standing infront of the Lord/God/Allah(swt).


1:45 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Mayor O’Reilly

You have showed a presidential quality in this article . Good job . proud to be a Dearbonite    (MY NOTE HERE:  Facepalm!)


2:47 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011

The Mayor was able to write what the whole community has been saying and feeling. These are words of reason and simple common sense. Pastor Jones should reflect on his own actions and words and realize that Jesus nor any prophet or religion would ever spread such an antagonistic and hateful message.

Thank you Mayor O’Reilly


8:38 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Thank you Mr. Mayor for this open letter. As both a Muslim and someone who grew up in Dearborn, I am proud to see that our city is one of tolerance for all religions & ethnic backgrounds. We all live under one constitution and all follow the same rule of law. This man is looking for his 15 minutes of fame, and most everyone that has followed Mr. Jones know all but abandoned him. While I am not on who thinks this man should be coming to the city, he like every other American is entitled to visit, assemble, protest, and make speeches so as long as it doesn’t interfere with the rights of others. With the invitation for him to protest in the heart of Dearborn declined by Mr. Jones, he has demonstrated once again that his purpose here is nothing more than self promotion. Most educated and informed citizens be them Muslim, Catholic, Jewish, Hindu, or otherwise can and will see right through this man. If we all make a concerted effort to pay this man no mind, his antics will go unnoticed and his message unheard. Thanks again Mr. Mayor, we appreciate your hard work.

Christine Johnson

8:46 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011

AMEN ! Mayor O’Reilly !


9:15 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Way to go, Mayor! I’ve always been proud of my lifelong city, and moreso with your leadership and genuine compassion for “real” communities. Thank you for responding as you always do. . . . respectfully and with a desire to diffuse rather than abuse any odd situation. Your knowledge or Dearborn is unreal and your friendship is truly appreciated. Stay well.

Mike McGee

9:23 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Thank you, Mayor, for such a fine, cogent and powerful statement of what America really stands for. No one at any level has ever said it better! It makes me proud to be among your supporters and friends.

Souha Chahine Khanafer

9:53 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Thank You Mayor O’Reilly for your eloquent and powerful words. I am proud to call you my Mayor and proud to be a life-long Dearborn Resident.


10:21 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Proud of my Mayor and proud of my city!


11:03 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Very well said! I’m impressed. Good job Mayor O’Reily!!

A. Jezewski

11:22 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Well Said Mr. O’Reily, well said.

Diana Morgan

11:27 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Mayor, I do not want to dilute your powerful words but our country needs a man of your eloquence and clarity representing us at the United Nations. You epitomize what America is all about. As a graduate student in Criminal Justice, you can just imagine the reading I have to do. Your editorial was a beacon of light and hope in an angry world. Dearborn is darn lucky to have you.

Marlyne Musleh

11:38 am on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Mayor ORielly, Great job, very well said!

A pastor does not promote hate and violence, he is looking for

attention. Ignoring him does more good than confronting him.


1:34 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Excellent Job Mayor O’Rielly… the reason that loser chose Good Friday for his protest, is because he is eager to know why God has long forsaken him and the likes of him …

Zeinab Bazzi

2:08 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Mayor Oielly, thank you for your words.


2:16 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

MR. MAYOR YOU HAVE BROUGHT TEARS TO MY EYES. Just to know people like your self still exist, lets me go to bed with a peace of mind knowing my chidren are save as can be in the great city of DEARBORN. THANK YOU SIR. HAJJ HASSEN ALI BERRY


2:17 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

I love you 🙂 haha this is why your our mayor.

Ali Fayad

3:06 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Dear Mayor O’Rielly, my name is Ali K Fayad. on behalf of myself and three other lebanese MARINES we would like to thank you for your kind words. I myself is not from dearborn but i have a lot of family and friends there. I am from Brooklyn New York. I’ve been serving in the Marines for 7 years now and we all are grateful to be American and to be able to live here… the end it is the land of the FREE because of the BRAVE……SEMPER FI

chef kamal

3:15 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Mr mayor, we can’t say it any better, Thank You.

I have always believed in you ” Great Mayor” Great Man” and the world needs more like you,

Like Father Like Son.

Dearborn is Great, all the way from Doha – Qatar.

janet pound

3:43 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

The mayor of Dearborn makes me believe there can be political leaders who we can look up to. Thank you for giving me faith again.

the earth is but one country and mankind its citizens.


4:00 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Do we really need a self promoting Mayor to tell us and the world that we don’t practice Shariah Law? Give me a break! Thank you Mayor for clarifying something we already knew. It seems like everyone wants a piece of this fame. I’m not fooled and hopefully you are not.

Gail Barbee

4:21 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

I just think that it is sad that “pastor” Jones doesn’t seem to realize that every word of the Old Testament of the Holy Bible was contained in the Quran that he burned. There is but one God. The God of Adam, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Mohammad, and every other prophet in between.

In Spanish: Dios=God

In French: Dieu=God

In German: Gott=God

In Polish: Bog=God

In Swedish: Gud=God

In Arabic: Allah=God

Get a clue. Aquire an education. Perhaps then someone would put some stock in what you are saying.

I am proud to be an American, born and bred. I am just as proud to be Muslim.

Mr Islander

4:26 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

From a pleased Hartwell Street Resident, Thanks Mr. Mayor, You’re doing a great job of looking out for the whole community. Thanks!

Ali Ali

5:28 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Thank you Mr. Mayor O’Reilly!!! Thank you for considering everyone involved in your letter. Thank you for the best representation any city could ask for. Thank you for being Mayor of the wonderful city we live in.

Also, I cannot speak for the whole Muslim community, but I would like to personally thank everyone whether Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Atheist, etc. on sharing the same thoughts as the Mayors and myself and any rational human being. There is no room for Pastor Jones in our community IF he is going to disrupt our rights to live peacefully in our city.

Ismail Bachir

6:17 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Great job Mr. Mayor. Your letter represents the views of most Americans who “don’t turn the other cheek”. Everyone should always remember that in all religions it is stated to love thy neighbors, not burn their faith to intimidate a hatred and / or fear. Faith is best described as close to the heart and what he is attempting to burn is merely ink on paper. Don’t let a hypocrite like Mr. Jones let you believe he is actually a pastor. His credentials are just the same as the book “ink on paper” and not from the god given spirit that would have mercy on those that give and believe.

Happy and Humble Dearbornite


7:18 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011


Marwa faraj

9:02 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Marwan faraj. I am very proud to say that I live in the city of dearborn, And more proud to say that mayor O’reily represent me And my family, thank you.

Mr Islander

9:16 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

YOU SAID: 1. All of the United States of America is a FREE SPEECH ZONE that is guaranteed by the Constitution. Permit Free Zones? That is clearly Un-American and has no basis from the Constitution.

YOU ARE WRONG! There are always limits on ‘free’ speech. For instance no has the ‘right’ to incite a riot or a disturbance like the strangely pistol packing so-called Pastor Jones and his crew of kooky followers would appear to be intent on doing. And, certainly, no one should have the ‘right’ to for absolutely no reason insult the residents of this town or impede them from going either in or out of their places of worship. Argue as you like but I’m sure that you’ll find that the overwhelming majority of all Dearborn residents are 100% behind the mayor on this issue. Certainly we’re all agreed that we of this town should be regarded as having a constitutional ‘right’ not to be bothered by outside agitators who might imagine that they might at any time come into town with the intention of illegally taking over our streets.

Liwa Roman

10:58 pm on Thursday, April 21, 2011

Ed and Moe Show brought me here. Masha’Allah the Muslim community in Dearborn has alot of support and Insha’Allah everything will work out for the best.

With Peace,

Your Brother from Erie, PA

Ali Sabbagh

12:01 am on Friday, April 22, 2011

O’Reilly for the next President of the United States  (MY NOTE:  Facepalm!)

Mr Islander

2:46 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Ali Sabbagh Said: “O’Reilly for the next President of the United States”

Unfortunately, I think that as a result of these now very much publicized incidents our good mayor’s political chances have probably been pretty much thoroughly ruined everywhere else except for within this city. He took a very and principled stand and by doing so probably ruined his chances for any higher elected office amidst this presently very mixed-up country of ours.   (HOW CAN ANYONE NOT GET the Mayor’s UnConstitutional behavior!)

12:34 am on Friday, April 22, 2011

“Histoy teaches us that men and nations behave wisely once they have exhausted all other options.”

~Abba Eban

When will we get that “we are all one” is only a phrase worthy for a bumper sticker until we are willing to drop separation theology? How much more evidence do we need before we abandon labels like Muslim, Christian and Jew? Do we not see how religion plays you and me against each other? What would Jesus, Mohammed and Abraham think about what we have done to each other in their name?

Out of obvious shame comes the opportunity to choose a different experience for humanity to get it right. Won’t you join me?

Peace and love to all of you my brothers and sisters.

Paul Marcel-Rene

12:41 am on Friday, April 22, 2011

The Ikhwan (Muslim Brother) must understand that their work in America is a kind… of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and “sabotaging” its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and God’s religion is made victorious over all other religions. -Muslim Brotherhood Memo (1991)

Diana Morgan

10:56 am on Friday, April 22, 2011

Paul, it is Good Friday and a holiday that I observe. I have also studied Supreme Court rulings. Pastor Jones was in court yesterday in Dearborn requesting a jury trial for the subject of a peace bond. The judge is accommodating him and will try to have this jury trial before 5 PM today. (When the rally is suppose to start. For those of you who don’t understand a “peace bond” – it is a sum of money that one pays up front and any damage or costs incurred by the City is deducted before being returned. Jones has already stated that his group will be armed. I envision an emotionally charged situation where people who just want to worship in their religion are heckled. I am familar with the Muslim Brotherhood and they are a radical jihadist group and not representative of all Muslims by any means. I do apologize for my harsh words yesterday, but having the week off from studying international terrorism, as well as Fox news imaging the large protests of the Middle East; the Mayor’s words were like balm to me. You came across as defiant which I can handle, but the barbs directed at the Mayor were unfair. I respectfully disagree but am not going to engage further with you because of your radical criticisms and your twisting of his words. He spoke of Permit Free Zones, not Freedom of Speech zones and invited Pastor Jones to use City Hall as an arena for his protest. Blessings to you even if your agenda is to promote hatred.

2:10 am on Friday, April 22, 2011

i applaud you , your a good man and i respect you alot more after reading this hopefully you talked some sense into terry jones


9:20 am on Friday, April 22, 2011

Marcel-Rene<—must be French. NO wonder you don’t understad the US Constitution, or are you just looking for your 15 minutes of fame by acting dumb? Trying to twist peoples word because you do not have anything of intellegance to say.  (Facepalm!)

Paul Marcel-Rene

9:45 am on Friday, April 22, 2011

@Gina. LOL. No not a drop of French blood and 100% pure patriotic American Constitutionist. Wow, you try (unsuccessfully) to insult me rather than challenge the 100% correct application of the US Constitution and supported by ALL Supreme Court decisions since the country was established specificly as a nation free from the oppression of a political/social/religious system imposing its theology on others. Then it was Christian denominational differences, now it is the oppression/subjugation/violence of the theology/ideology of the system known as Islam whose clearly stated goal is world domination under Sharia as a Islamic Caliphate.

I appreciate that you no doubt have no idea about this subject or even the meaning of most of the multiple syllable words, but you are free to look them up at or for in-depth understanding of these concepts go to and there will be plenty of links to many other correct explainations of Islam, US Constitution, Free Speech, etc.

Mr Islander

10:10 am on Friday, April 22, 2011

Mr Constitutionalists Says: “since the country was established specifically as a nation free from the oppression of a political/social/religious system imposing its theology on others.”

If pistol-packing so-called Pastor Jones isn’t making a pest of himself by trying to impose his questionable “Christain’ beliefs upon the perfectly law abiding Muslin citizens of Dearborn so as to see if he and his crowd might then forcibly intimidate them into renouncing their religious beliefs then just why is here? Jones is plainly illegally trying to forcibly impose his theology on others and that is precisely the reason that the city government needs to step in so as to protect the rights of those citizens to worship in the ways that they and not some out-of-state Christian zealot crusaders would wish.

10:26 am on Friday, April 22, 2011

Yes. He IS a “wingnut”, but he still has a Constitutional right to free speech anywhere in the US, whether you, I, or anyone approves of him, his speech content, the mosque. Islam, etc. It isn’t illegal even if he is a pest. And he had no delusions that he is going to get even one Muslim to renounce their religion by his actions. By your reasoning, the protests at Kent State, at Selma, and every rally by Dr. M.L. King would have been disallowed as inconvenient and being a nuance. I’m assuming you have no problem with blacks having been given their God given civil rights? what about the Irish? Asians? Native Americans? Women? All, gaining the recognition as equals free from institutionalized because of the Constitutional rights of freedom of assembly and freedom of speech. when one persons rights are taken, we all lose those rights. This applies even if the person is a religious fanatic like Jones or members of CAIR.

Diana Morgan

11:34 am on Friday, April 22, 2011

Paul, I did go to your site and am shocked to find that you call yourself a Pastor that believes in one true God and Jesus Christ. Is it the “Allah” that Muslims worship that upsets you? Or are you just intolerant of all Muslims. You should be preaching love and kindness to your fellow man, not starting a hateful rant about such a beautiful open letter written by the Mayor of a City who is clearly concerned about the residents of his City. For a pastor, you are certainly judgemental. With only you as a dissenter, I find the bloggers speaking from their heart. Would God be pleased with your words? Are you speaking His words and echoing His sentiments. Are you promoting peace and love for humanity?  (BEING the only dissenter? That others are afraid to stand up for the US Constitution and I am not, makes me no less right.  I stand regardless of the strength of the winds of fancy for the US Constitution and the One True God and His Son Jesus.)

12:11 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Proud of you, Mayor O’Reilly. Extending my support from Stockholm, Sweden! I lived in Dearborn for two years and I have every intention to move back to the area in the future. I love the city, I’d love to raise a family there, and the thing that I love most about the city is how diverse it is, culturally, religiously, and politically.

Terry Jones can’t & won’t rattle me.

Simon Fortuijn

12:45 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Free Speech Zone? Give me a break. Bow down once again to your lords, accept this as just another infringement upon our rights. Although you may not agree with this crook you also should not agree with limiting where he can protest. As for the traffic issues that is a total load of BS. Were the DPD so concerned with backing up traffic on Ford Road you would think the same would hold true anytime s “great” leader like when Luqman Ameen Abdullah’s service was backing up Ford. Or any other service there for that matter. See the DPD, City are just trying to cover their own. They have no control over their people and they know it. Give a dog a bone and watch the fun. Were this the other way around there would be no issue with permits, etc. This city is rotting from the top down.


1:04 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Marcel-Rene my education comes from a University, not unofficial websites like yours. If you did have a college degree, you wouldn’t be so wrong. Muslims are not trying to take over the world. That is something only an ignorant person would say. You call the muslims terrorist, but they are the ones being terrorized by the likes of you.  (FACEPALM for the delusions)


1:08 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Paul- Whatever for whatever, but I would appreciate it if you took the time to spell the name of our city correctly since you seem to have such a strong opinion regarding us and our City. It is “Dear” born as in a greeting or affectionate name. Not “Deer”born as in the animal.

Paul Marcel-Rene

2:19 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

@Diana Morgan, no it isn’t Satan also known as allah in Islam that “upsets” in this instance. It the trampling of US Constitution because Jones has an unpopular message that threatens the “feelings” of the Muslim and the Dhimmitude community. I’d protest ANY trampling of the Constitution. And, correct judgment and stating the truth is most definitely both appropriate and Biblical sound. The one true God stated clearly in His only Holy Scriptures the Holy Bible that we are not to be lukewarm in our devotion and that the great commission He gave us is to go out and bring ALL to the knowledge of Him and His Son Jesus Christian.

Diana Morgan

3:54 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

“No it isn’t Satan also known as allah in Islam…” Fellow bloggers. Paul is one big-mouthed bigot. I am not Muslim but he obviously hates them all. He probably belonged to the KKK as well. No sense trying to reason with a wild boar. Just ignore him and maybe he will go away. I wish they had an ignore button available.

2:39 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

@Gina, yes I have a college education and guarantee that it took me a lot less time to earn it then you did while working 2 jobs and raising a family as a single parent. Though being 100% correct has nothing to do with my education, especially the American collegiate system. Calling me names demonstrates a lack of substance to your posting (it isn’t substance to get your point across as you failed to attempt to make one). Stating the truth is not terrorism. Please go to and look up the word and put your education to good use. If anyone feels threatened by the truth, then they are obviously wrong or have an error in thinking or belief. Those deceived by Islam have a right to worship as they please and our country and myself would defend that right against all enemies both domestic and foreign. When any group attempts to gain special or deferential treatment or exemption from the laws (assuming the laws are Constitutional), this is when there is a problem. When a group seeks to replace these Constitutional laws with ANY other laws to which everyone must submit, this is a problem. And this is the true theology/political nature of Islam. True Muslims that adhere to Islam are a threat to all. These aren’t radical Muslims, but true to their religion. I’m glad some one noticed my intentional spelling. I stand by my spelling until the Constitution is regularly enforced so it became dear again.

Ismail Bachir

2:43 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Dear Paul,

It seems that you are confused with the hadith aspect as well as the sunnat. truly you try to educate yourself with what man tries to interpet the koran to say. this is known as a hadith. You should learn how to speak and read the arabic language as the chosen language to read the koran. What you interpret is only the sick sense of your thought and rationale as perceived by the books you interpret. What you have stated is whole heartedly false and you should once again reeducate yourself with your thoughts first and foremost being open and full of compassion and not looking for the ugly of a situation or fact. ignorance is truly second to your arrogance of what you choose to read and believe. It is a shame that you are preaching to hate and not to unite. The words you type are truly driven by your lack of knowledge to reality. Let me state once again that you are the minority of what an american believes in regards to loving thy neighbor. Only you would put down your fellow americans by siding with a so called pastor that clearly disrespected all christians on good friday by uniting with a minority of people to want to bring about an uprising of hatred against humanity. Regardless I forgive you and will shake your hand anytime to show you that it not about what people done it what people are willing to do to change for the better and my dear friend religion has nothing to do with helping your neighbor.


2:55 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

One word to describe our community is diversity! Don’t let this insane man play with our minds. No matter what religion you follow, let’s all stick together

Nuhad Alshafey

dearborn, mi

sara daly

4:15 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Mr. Mayor,

Please wake up and smell the coffee! In family court for years Dearborn and other Michigan state municipalities have been legally allowing and enforcing both quasi- sharia/sharia and moslem traditions to trump Mi laws. Look at some of the divorce and custody/ friend of the court records Mr. Mayor- women who are non citizens deported for challenging abuse at the hands of their”devout muslim” spouses and during the process of divorce, women deprived of custody rights and child support as Moslem traditions dictate- (the children are to be raised by the father and his family, and women are second class citizens in Islam, both legally and socially thus the father dictates terms of custody and divorce) – Dearborn and other cities are secretly complicit with upholding these injustices, so let’s not pretend that sharia law is not in some cases absolutely bowed down to by Dearborn and other MI cities.  (AT LEAST ONE OTHER PERSON STANDS UP!)

Barbara Fox-hajj Houssien

4:20 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

@cj- why are you hating on women so much, do you have issues?

Barbara Fox-hajj Houssien

4:23 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Oh, yeah…Mayor O’Reilly? Thank you! I am proud to say that you are the mayor of our city and your leadership has been outstanding. I trust you, I support you!

Paul Marcel-Rene

5:16 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

I love all people and hate no one. Being the one to tell the truth usually is not a popular position. It is why truth is so frequently not revealed. Simply ignore me if (to borrow a line from a famous movie) you can’t handle the truth. And there have been several other voices not supporting the Constitutional rights suppression of the wingnut Jones. But, I’m a better Target for the rants of many. So be it. Not a single word that refuted anything I’ve written has or will be presented. I am truly sorry that so many of the responds on here are either deceived or simply unknowledgable about the US Constitution, the true nature of Islam, true Christianity, the rights of free speech and free assembly.

J.W. Jr.

6:00 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

I did say he was a wingnut, but that fact seems lost in translation when some people respond on here.

Paul Marcel-Rene

6:02 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

So many contradictory worldviews swirl around you in our culture today that it’s easy to become confused. Here’s how you can overcome confusion to find true belief:

Go beyond wishful thinking. The desire to believe is a real and powerful drive that can carry you either into a genuine relationship with God or dangerous fantasies and delusions that you invent. Instead of just believing whatever you want to believe, get serious about discovering the truth of who God is and how to best relate to Him. Pray for the discernment you need to explore faith. Ask God to reveal Himself to you and to help you truly seek Him.

See the spiritual working with the physical. God has set eternity in your heart, giving you the ability to connect with the spiritual realm while living in the physical one. Live with your eyes wide open to the ways these two realities work together in your everyday life. Make a point of looking for God at work, and you’ll notice Him all around you.

Deal with uncertainty. Expect to encounter uncertainty as you search for real faith. Instead of ignoring the uncertainty you feel, let it motivate you to explore faith in fresh ways. Be honest about your struggles and humble about what you already know so you can move toward an authentic faith. Invite God to meet you in the midst of your uncertainty and help you learn more and more.


Timothy White

6:06 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

I love Dearborn AND our Mayor!!!

Ismail Bachir

7:59 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Paul Marcel-Rene has an agenda and that’s for you to support his cause by buying his faith…lol. He put a link to his website where for today only you can purchase his words of faith also known in the muslim community as his version of a “hadith”. I knew there had to be a reason why he’s working so hard to gather attention and now we know “the almighty dollar” where the root of all evil begins. he truly is the devil at work ask him what he makes a year and what has he done to help the well being of others not only americans. Religion didn’t start in america it’s where it was freed.   (ONLY MUCH FURTHER DOWN IN THE COMMENTS DOES IT GET ACKNOWLEDGED THAT THIS WAS A COMPLETE LIE and way to distract from the truth being revealed by my comments.)

Diana Morgan

8:12 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Ismail, thank you so much for outing him. I was feeling badly about my bashing of him especially on a holy day for Catholics. He went too far when he said that Satan=Allah. That is such an inflammatory statement meant to turn people against people. I have been trying to get updates. Jones was arrested today for not paying the $1 peace bond. He demands to have his rally outside of the Mosque. I don’t know what time he was arrested and if his buddies have bailed him out by now. I hope they can hold him. I no longer feel guilty about anything I said to and about Paul. Thanks again Ismail. I don’t think he will show his money hungry ,filthy and foul mouthed face in here again.  (She has FAILURE TO VERIFY and this person looks terribly foolish for accepting the lie without checking for herself. And then attacks based on a proven lie! – FACEPALM!)

8:46 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

So we lie to attempt to discredit the truth? Very sad. I’m not selling faith, a hadith, or any such thing and you well know this. Nor do my finances have anything to do with the conversation, the truth regarding the issue of the US Constitutional guaranteed free speech and right of free assembly.

Ismail, you failed. And Diana, you might want to do your own research before blindly congratuating a complete lie. About me of course not the lie you’ve already bought into regarding all the issues being addressed.

On a side note, I’m not only an upstanding member of society, but would be considered a Philanthropist if I allowed others to give me any labels including positive ones.

Though if either of you upsstanding citizens really want to make a donation, please send checks to the local Salvation Army, YMCA, YWCA, or the United Way in Dearborn. They can always use the money to assist people in genuine need.

8:15 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

We’re working on updates, Diane, and will keep you posted.

Ismail Bachir

8:19 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Your welcome Diana,

I truly believe that when we unite we all win. We must stand together for what’s right and wrong. Education comes with experience and experience is learned from our mistakes and only then can we make things right by helping and assisting each other. We are bringing people together and they are trying to separate people. The answer is clear united we stand divided we fall isn’t that the real lesson here?

Paul Marcel-Rene

8:52 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

The only lesson is to understand the official Islamic policy as taught by Mohammad to lie.

Muslims are allowed to lie to unbelievers in order to defeat them. The two forms are:

Taqiyya – Saying something that isn’t true.

Kitman – Lying by omission. An example would be when Muslim apologists quote only a fragment of verse 5:32 (that if anyone kills “it shall be as if he had killed all mankind”) while neglecting to mention that the rest of the verse (and the next) mandate murder in undefined cases of “corruption” and “mischief.”

Though not called Taqiyya by name, Muhammad clearly used deception when he signed a 10-year treaty with the Meccans that allowed him access to their city while he secretly prepared his own forces for a takeover. The unsuspecting residents were conquered in easy fashion after he broke the treaty two years later, and some of the people in the city who had trusted him at his word were executed.

Another example of lying is when Muhammad used deception to trick his personal enemies into letting down their guard and exposing themselves to slaughter by pretending to seek peace. This happened in the case of Ka’b bin al-Ashraf (as previously noted) and again later against Usayr ibn Zarim, a surviving leader of the Banu Nadir tribe, which had been evicted from their home in Medina by the Muslims.

EXAMPLES from the Qu’ran and Hadith follow:

Paul Marcel-Rene

8:54 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Qur’an (66:2) – “Allah has already ordained for you, (O men), the dissolution of your oaths”

Qur’an (3:54) – “And they (the disbelievers) schemed, and Allah schemed (against them): and Allah is the best of schemers.” The Arabic word used here for scheme (or plot) is makara, which literally means deceit. If Allah is deceitful toward unbelievers, then there is little basis for denying that Muslims are allowed to do the same. (See also 8:30 and 10:21)

Bukhari (49:857) – “He who makes peace between the people by inventing good information or saying good things, is not a liar.” Lying is permitted when the end justifies the means.

Bukhari (84:64-65) – Speaking from a position of power at the time, Ali confirms that lying is permissible in order to deceive an “enemy.”

From Islamic Law:

Reliance of the Traveler (p. 746 – 8.2) – “Speaking is a means to achieve objectives. If a praiseworthy aim is attainable through both telling the truth and lying, it is unlawful to accomplish through lying because there is no need for it. When it is possible to achieve such an aim by lying but not by telling the truth, it is permissible to lie if attaining the goal is permissible (N:i.e. when the purpose of lying is to circumvent someone who is preventing one from doing something permissible), and obligatory to lie if the goal is obligatory… it is religiously precautionary in all cases to employ words that give a misleading impression…

12:25 am on Sunday, April 24, 2011

Really, Paul, we are not that ignorant. Where the heck are you getting your Arabic translated? From “Pastor” Jones? I’ve read lots of the Koran, albeit translated, which loses much, and none of it sounds like it’s from the same book you are reading. By the way, two things:

1) You will NEVER influence us in Dearborn to hate or mistrust each other. You think that there is some ugly undercurrent of tension that you are going to stir up- NOT going to happen. We are all Americans, and we are a very diverse group, but we understand each other as well. That’s what makes us a great community, and why we support each other.

2) I think you missed your last dose of Thorazine. Run go get it, and maybe you could speak without sounding like Charles Manson. Run along now…

8:53 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Diana, You are surely a much better person than I am, because Good Friday or not, I really sort of liked bashing Paul Marcel-Rene.

Paul Marcel-Rene

9:13 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

That is because bashing is all that can be done when the truth is not desired but is still presented. Besides, I don’t take it personal as I am not the subject of these posts.

Deflecting away from the subjects won’t make the truth change. Have fun bashing me. It means nothing and matters not. And hopefully, at least one previously uninformed, misinformed, and just completedly deceived person will question what they previously had thought was truth, discover it is false and the country is at grave risk when anyone’s Constitutional rights are trampled on simply because the ideas expressed are not popular.

As they used to say on the old news show, “and back to you” for the weather and other non-relevent reporting.

12:26 am on Sunday, April 24, 2011

I agree with you, Mr. Islander.

9:04 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Dear Paul,

my words are backed by your evidence of deceit. you put the link up for all to go see and in that link is another link that allows people to get your report for free “today only”… that sounds like a selling product to me. It seems that the only lies are from a character that exists today by the name of Paul Marcel-Rene. Mohammed is not alive for him t protect his words; however, you are and your lies are not backed up by anything other than your “hadiths”. By the way a philanthropist you are not. You did not live in that erra so how could you possible justify what occurred during that event…oh yeah I forgot your “hadith”lol! There are 2 sides to ever coin and you always seem to want to have a story told and written that favors your view. Don’t go away mad my friend, just go away! I still Love You!!!  (NO SUCH “report” exists or was advertised.  Either it was a direct lie or from another site completely unrelated to mine.  Either way, it is 100% false!)

Paul Marcel-Rene

9:08 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Sorry Issy, but I have no links for you to buy anything. If you want to donate money or time, please refer to my previous post and do so with the local Salvation Army, YMCA, YWCA, or the United Way in Dearborn. They can always use the money to assist people in genuine need.

9:15 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Oh, and the only reason ANY links are provided is because of space limitations on the format. But, then, you know that too. Kitman – Lying by omission.

Ismail Bachir

9:16 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Paul you once again amaze me with your commitment to try and dissolve Muslims. The Koran your reading, kindly tell us who wrote it and / or where you bought it? That will tell all who you get your information from and why do you speak in english of the koran when it should be recited in arabic. there are more letters in the arabic language that you can’t possible translate in english. we don’t have words with more than one meaning such as the english language. That’s why it is easy to manipulate a sentence here and that’s also why it is easy to be subjective and / or objective to any issue. Why are you not trying to solve our economic condition and the hunger of our children. The time and energy your spending here could have feed an army. You claim that you don’t need the money what other interest do you have? Are you the believer of the old testament or the new testament? Are you a Zionist? what is your faith that you question the faith of other? Your website says let me tell you the truth…could you really tell me the truth or just your version of events?  (Trying to change the discussion away from the truth to the usual – “only muslims understand islam” when 90% minimum don’t understand islam, can’t read what the qu’ran REALLY says in arabic, and are taught that the hadiths that reveal additional truths are not authentic because they reveal the true nature of islam and of mohammad.)

Paul Marcel-Rene

9:30 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

I can tell you the truth which you will deny. And the old fall back that it has to be read in Arabic is complete nonsense and you know this as well. As for time being spent, aren’t you also using your time instead of feeding the hungry? Isn’t there a men’s shelter than needs someone to assist in meal preparation on Good Friday rather than sitting in front of your computer? Did go out of your way to purchase American made products to decrease the countries economic troubles such as HUGE trade deficits and loss of American jobs? Do you know where anything you own is made?

Is it really beyond your comprehension that I do not need to have a financial interest in the issue of freedom of speech and assembly? Do you really think I want to defend the rights of a wingnut Pastor?

And what difference does it make if I am a “believer of the old testament or the new testament? Are you a Zionist? what is your faith that you question the faith of other? ” We are discussing truth, freedom of speech and assembly.

12:33 am on Sunday, April 24, 2011

Ismail, you really are wasting your time. The guy (Paul) is seriously psychologically impaired. However, I think that what is great about this forum for me is that I see us all coming together to support one another and our community. To reject hate and prejudice, to spread acceptance and tolerance.

From one American to another (you), I stand shoulder to shoulder with my neighbors of many diverse cultures and faiths. I accept all, and am curious to see our similarities more than our differences. We really have a great place to work and live and to raise our kids.

I was also pleasantly surprised at the eloquence, evenness and fairness exhibited by our Mayor.

9:20 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Are your ten commandments different than that of muslims? There is one constitutional right we would all like for you to reflect on and that my friend would be your right to remain silent…lol!

Paul Marcel-Rene

9:30 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

LOL.. humor as a deflection of directly addressing truth.

Paul Marcel-Rene

9:34 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Lets start with thou shalt not kill (unless you burn a Qu’ran). There seems to be a slight difference in regard to this. Or are 1400 years of killing based on mohammad’s teachings to be explained away. And if I post in Arabic, most people could read it and it is most likely against this site’s policy since they also wouldn’t know what it said.

9:29 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Dear All,

The constitution starts with “We the People” not we the christians, we the catholics, we the muslims, etc… This particular phrase speaks for itself the “We the People” represents a United States” and not a “Divided States” so what Paul speaks of can’t possibly be about protecting the constitution of the united states it seems to support dividing the constitution not to include Muslims because the Constitution of the United States also has the freedom of religion even if you don’t believe in god and / or wanted to start your own faith. Knowledge is power so long as it is diversified and not narrow minded to limit yourself to only areas shaded in grey.

Paul Marcel-Rene

9:44 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

If you scroll all the way back up into much earlier posts, you’d see that this is NOT what I wrote. I specifically wrote that EVERYONE has the right of free speech and freedom of assembly including Muslims, wingnuts like Jones, Nazis, Communists, and every crazy ideology out there. Should I locate it for you or anyone reading your failed attempt to imply that anyone should be denied their rights. BTW, “we the people” means ALL the people.

9:41 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Let’s see, I own 3 american made vehicles that are paid in full, my home is also paid in full and I didn’t do a short sell and I paid off my debts. I actually did my part by paying my debt as agreed upon. I donated one of my home to a church. I done random acts of kindness like feed the hungry on many of occasions that can be verified by reputable people. Did you do a short sell? have you donated a home to help shelter the poor? have you picked a homeless man and took him out to eat and listen to their story? have you handed an envelope of money to a beggar standing on the corner with their children. All of these stories are true and done by myself amongst many other successful stories and 80% of the people were not muslims. I bet you haven’t done any of the above except talk!

Ismail Bachir

9:46 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

mohammed is not responsible for what is occurring currently throughout the world knucklehead. nor was he responsible for what occurred in Bosnia, Palestine, Israel, Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, etc… People like you are responsible for these matter with the kind of hatred you speak. Why don’t you speak the truth war is business that we as tax payers pay for from any country not just ours. Libya will pay for their war just like Iraq is paying for their war.

Ismail Bachir

9:50 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Take responsibility for your own actions and not the actions of other. I have not broken the constitution and yet you seem to want to judge me as a muslim…really? Please tell all what you’ve done to better the constitution? I’m still awaiting for a response in regards to what and who you’ve help and how. Please tell me as intriguing as you are.

Paul Marcel-Rene

9:53 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Are you sure your cars are made in America? LOL, so you have money yet talk about all you own.

I hate to have to actually quote scripture, but, “Jesus said unto him, If thou wilt be perfect, go [and] sell that thou hast, and give to the poor, and thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and come [and] follow me.” – Matthew 19:21 (If thou wilt be perfect – The word “perfect” means complete in all its parts, finished, having no part wanting.)

No, I don’t do short sells and I house many people, including the homeless. I’ve been on the Board of Directors for a homeless shelter and spent a full year as a full time (unpaid) President a local Habitat for Humanity. And, yes I’ve taken into my home people with no place else to go. But, you say these as if you deserve praise. These are bare minimums expected by God.

Matthew 25: 35-36 “‘For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in; 36 naked, and you clothed Me; I was sick, and you visited Me; I was in prison, and you came to Me.’

40 “The King will answer and say to them, ‘Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me.’ “

Paul Marcel-Rene

10:03 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

PS. I judge not least I be judged. I never asked nor does it matter if you are Muslims, Christian, or Hindu.

10:04 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

I say this to bring out your statements that you are actually going to advertise your doings. Here in America my dear friend we don’t advertise a “Rolls Royce” and you just proved my friend that you are no Rolls Royce. GM, Chrysler and Fords are the only vehicles I’ve ever owned in my life. I can’t afford a Rolls Royce and I don’t have a non profit business, I’m not on a board of directors for anyone. I’m a United States Citizen that does the best that I can and knowing that you can’t do for others if you can not do for yourself first. Without you there is nothing. I can help because I work for me first in a practical manner and not in a profitable manner. You on the other seems to have a business where you need others like myself “taxpayers” to support your non profit organization by government grants and donations from the very poor that you feed whether it is in the form of slave labor or other wise. I don’t need to recite scriptures from any religion to know what it is to truly have ethics, values and faith.

Paul Marcel-Rene

10:18 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Rolls Royce? And just because an auto is badged GM, Chrysler or Ford does NOT make them an American vehicle. Any of these a truck? It isn’t American. The only pick up trucks made in America are Toyota (in Texas). My ONE vehicle is the most American made in its class and it was made in the state of Georgia, but doesn’t say GM, Chrysler or Ford.

I do not receive a single dime in taxpayer money. Where you get that complete nonsense is beyond understanding. My business started from scratch without any assistance from anyone, from any government agency, or even a loan from a bank. I developed it the old fashioned way- HARD WORK, LONG HOURS, and GREAT SERVICE.

And the non-profits (charities) I’ve worked with also did not receive any taxpayer money.

Again, you have failed at your attempts to deflect from the subject with non-relevent and untrue statements.

BTW, ALL ethics, values come from the One True God and His Son Jesus Christ, even if anyone denies this truth.

Please try again to malign, defame, slander, libel, vilify me. (CORE MEANING: to say or write something damaging about somebody malign to criticize somebody in a spiteful and false or misleading way.)

You failed again.

10:07 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

One of the largest barriers to peace has to do with contradictions between the Christian and Muslim faiths, based on the holy writings of each, where in one case actions that are considered sin in one faith are considered permissible by the other. Both Muslims and Christians believe that they are commanded by God to convert the entire world to their beliefs. As long as each continues to convert and contradict at the same time there will always be conflicts. An honest example of each faith will also reveal that there are conflicts with our economic system and our Constitution in the United States. For example, Christianity espouses a level of altruism that is truly uncomfortable and inconsistent with the level of materialism that is practiced in our country. Both Eastern and Western people have committed violence in the name of religion, truly believeing that they were right to do so. Here is the challenge that we have faced and still face today in this world: Can we express and promote our beliefs today without using violence? Remember that speech that promotes violence is in itself violent. The practice of speech should be voluntarily controlled by individuals if we are going to be a civilized society. Any poerson that violates this should be censured not by law but by opinion. By the way, Paul, for a Christian you sound awfully close to an Ayn Rand objectivist. I can’t agree with her because she taught that selfishness was a virtue.

Paul Marcel-Rene

10:27 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

I’m no fan of Ayn Rand and you are correct. Islam and Christianity are at odds and shall always be because of the core values of each. Obviously, both can not be correct so one must be false. Until the second coming of our Lord and Savior, Jesus the Son of God, this conflict will continue. Then the truth will rein over the whole world or in the popular words of a Christian song: “Every knee will bow”.

10:07 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

An update on what’s been happening:

Jones and Sapp paid the $1 bond and were out of jail about an hour after their arrest.

Paul Marcel-Rene

10:29 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Now that stunt was for publicity. Jones really is a wingnut, but he still has full Constitutional rights of free speech and freedom of assembly. I truly wish there was someone else to defend the Constitution for than him, but every wingnut gets these rights or no one does.

10:07 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

I never talked about having money… this is why I say you only want to say what you want to hear. I said I have what I own and what I own I paid for without sacrificing the american taxpayer. What about you you state that you sat on a board for free…lol. Board members are like politicians they only make policy which is transfered to laborers that can barely make it in this country with the cost of commodities rising while you reap the benefits through your own political agenda

Paul Marcel-Rene

10:22 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Wrong, some boards actually get down and do work, in this case building houses for the poor. I have a nicely worn hammer from putting in nails if you’d like to inspect it for quality control purposes and I made sure when I bought it at a local hardware store (not a big box store like Lowes or Home Depot) that is was American made. And I paid for it with my money, not the charity’s.

10:12 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Very well said Albert and thank you for your statement. That is a statement that I agree with. Thanks for posting.

Ismail Bachir

10:20 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

My dear friend Paul,

Let me thank you for all the knowledge that you have instilled into me. It truly was a pleasure having to met your acquaintance “informally”. I’m muslim and I’m proud to be one forever more. I do not judge what other people do; however, I believe that everyone is entitled to my opinion and you my friend happened to be one of everyone. God bless you and your family as well as your followers and may he bless all the people of the world because we all can use a blessing regardless of your faith. I will include you in my prayers tonight. Be bless always and hopefully together we can make this world and this constitution a better place to represent man.

Ismail Bachir

10:27 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

non profit means that you don’t pay taxes… which means that you are not contributing to the american way of paying your taxes like everyone else. I’m sure you worked hard as I have and my dear friend as a tool and die maker for many years I can tell you that i personally made the tooling and the dies that make the parts for these vehicles with my bare hands. Please speak your nonsense to someone else. I trained the chinese and the mexicans on my machine for years before they were taken to their country for assembly. Don’t talk to me about made in the USA. The law states that you can build anything from outside this country and finish the remainder 10% here and have the right to stamp made in the USA on it. So there really isn’t any vehicle that is made here in the USA

Paul Marcel-Rene

10:32 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Not 100% made here, you are correct. And that we can agree with. To be an American made vehicle, the standard is at least 50% American. I correct myself that no Ford, GM, or Chrysler trucks meet this standard. (My dad retired from GM and I worked there in their parts warehouse for a brief period of time.)

10:30 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

a hammer… you paid for a hammer and put nails in a wall. That must have been a long time ago because nowadays we use screws and a drill but i like your style as I also remember using a hammer bought in a local hardware (which doesn’t mean made in the USA). That must have been really hard work…lol

Paul Marcel-Rene

10:36 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

No, I had to actively seek an American hammer. Took me a week to find an American made rake and the funny part was it is made here in my own state and no one had one. I had to order my weed wacker on the net to get American made. Not a single place, not Lowes, Home Depot, Sears, or a local hardware store had American made. They only had Mexican or Chinese made.

10:38 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Yes, it was 10 years ago I worked for free building houses. But the nails went into the roof and building the stairs. I’m too clumsy to be near dry wall.

10:40 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

then I applaud you for making an effort to buy american made. I too will also apply this effort as well. You are free to promote your faith and I truly respect your opinion Paul. We can agree to disagree when it comes to religion. I don’t see you as a bad person at all. I see that we disagree that’s all. I hope you forgive me for all the intimidating statements I may have made; however, I truly feel that I’m doing my part the best I can and it is my constitutional right to express them as you have. my 100% is not necessarily equal to your 100%; however it is the best we can do.

Paul Marcel-Rene

10:43 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

We agree that we should always have the right to express our opinion. If anyone tries to take yours, I’d be the first to run to your defense regardless if I agreed with you. I have to also give the wingnut Jones this same right and I most certainly do not agree with him.

10:46 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

PS, I am just the average middle class American and as close as all to being a few “pay checks” away from financial troubles if my income stopped. I’d rather have a a big king cab long bed truck than a Rolls 😉

10:47 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Side note, the only American sneakers (athetic shoes) are some styles of New Balance and they are usually available at Dick’s Sporting Goods.

10:47 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Thank you Paul for willing to defend my rights and I too agree that Pastor Jones has the right to express his opinion just as the KKK had their right to express their and i too will stand up for this right. Good night my friend!

Paul Marcel-Rene

10:50 pm on Friday, April 22, 2011

Sleep well my friend.

4:39 pm on Saturday, April 23, 2011

well, let me just start by saying {“WE all love mayor O”reilly”} your a reall man for stepping up to a coward who came to are city to plan a “FITNA”.. we all appreciate your kind words “MAYOR” and love you ❤ xoxoxoxoxoxo

Melissa White

12:40 am on Sunday, April 24, 2011

Geez, see? Only in America can a good Muslim and a Christian wingnut get along and set their differences aside.  (The differences are the evils that islam advocates which conflicts with God, the US Constitution, and freedom.  Those are “set aside”, but rather common ground was established.)

Ismail Bachir

10:56 am on Sunday, April 24, 2011


Paul was only trying to protect his constitutional rights and I agree with him. They should have let him portest and get it over with. Now we have to hear him again next week. Paul was stating what he believed and we can’t judge him for his beliefs; however, as a neighbor, I realized that he also struggled to live the american dream and he seems to have a lot of pride and dignity and I refuse to take that away as it seems that’s what he lives for. Who are we to judge. You must agree in the end he came to realize that I was also a good human being with the same experiences that he had the only difference was religion. I respect his belief and may god guide him in the direction of his true faith.

Paul Marcel-Rene

2:11 am on Monday, April 25, 2011

I agree whole heartenly Ismail. You have as much right as I or Melissa or Jones to practice the religion that you choose. Only when those rights, as well as the rights of free speech and free assemble are taken away, are there real issues. And I do feel bad that all these errors were made with Jones. He should have his assembly and then moved on to different ground that would be fertile for his purposes. By strampling his Constitutional rights, Dearborn has focused the spotlight on itself and to most Americans and others in the free world, it comes off in a poor light.

I was unable to respond to Melissa’s various entries on here due to my religion’s belief that there is a day of rest of the Sabbath in which one does no work (with some exceptions of course) and then Sunday is the traditional celebration of Easter in which our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ rose from the dead and it would have been in appropriate to respond then either.

May the blessing of God be upon you Ismail and also with you Melissa for this is a day the Lord has made and I simply will not engage with you until He has softened your heart.

8:09 am on Monday, April 25, 2011


May God forgive as all for our sins as we thrive the only way we know how and we are limited to the capacity of our intellectual properties that he created and we choose to maintain. I truly hope that your Easter Sunday was a memorible one with many more to come. It has been a pleasure and an honor to debate and stand next to you in our right to express our constitutional rights. The best part of this debate is that I once again I gained a neigbor and a friend and for that we have Mr. Jones to thank! Something good always comes out of the worst events. Remember without pain there is no healing! Take care my friend and to all that has commented on this board to the best of their abilities to express their constitutional rights!


9:57 am on Monday, April 25, 2011

Pastor Terry Jones, is looking for attention and popularity .


7:42 pm on Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Please google mayor of dearborn and act 17 apologetics. The mayor tries to keeps his office

Frank Lee

11:57 pm on Tuesday, May 3, 2011

This mayor created the perfect media/lawsuit machine created in the last ten years. He violates the constitutional rights of attention starved Christian bigots and then get sued. Whatever the views of acts 17 apologetics or Terry Jones they have a right to access public land to freely speak. The Mayor has no right to constrain their speech because it offends special interests. The mayor is a grandiloquent windbag who is as much starved for the cameras as Terry Jones. The sad part is Terry Jones cannot bankrupt Dearborn but Mayor Mc Blowhard can and will. $180,000 and counting in judgements against City of Dearborn for violating the constitutional rights of radical fundamentalist Christians. Thanks a lot for making Dearborn stop one on the crazy train.  (A second brave soul speaks the truth.)


1:39 pm on Thursday, May 26, 2011

reading thru these comments I see only one element of deception, those of you who put the God of our forefathers, the one and only ‘True Living I am’ of the Holy Bible, in the same sentence with allah? are truly deceived, I will be praying for you, remember God is a jealous God, there is NO OTHER BUT HIM! that you will be seeing, as far as what Jone’s did?..first of all, for an entire, ‘peaceful’ religion to slaughter innocent people in another nation and blame Jones” come on, thats there true tactic, to kill in the name of? allah? or blame one man for, a book? I agree that Jones was very wrong in his behavior and definitely went about his point all wrong here in Dearborn, but to burn a book?..he made a point, he proved that this culture is truly deadly, in the name of allah, not God, we are civilized, and there are laws governing our behaviors, if there reason for slaughtering innocent people in another country, was this man’s burning of a book? and this is why people ‘fear’ standing against it, not just Jone’s so called irrational behaviors, and if it was the burning of the book, why didn’t they try that here? think about it! allah is evil, don’t go putting his name in the same bracketed sentence as my Heavenly Father, God,

allah is lie, deception, and reason for so much spiritual unrest, God Bless you      (NOW THIS IS TELLING THEM)

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Facebook Adopts Sharia

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Greetings my fellow infidels.  It is my sad duty to inform you that Facebook has adopted sharia.  A bold claim to be sure, so here is the proof.   

Obama says “respect it!”  And Facebook says “don’t criticize it!”  What is the ‘it’ in question?!  It is sharia, the legal system associated with islam, a totalitarian political ideology disguised as a religion. 

One of the tenets of islam is that criticism of islam, mohammed and sharia itself are prohibited. 

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Islamist Fellow Traveler: Rep Bill Pascrell: An IPT Series :: The Investigative Project on Terrorism

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Executive Summary For more than a decade, Rep. Bill Pascrell, D-N.J., has routinely coasted to re-election over token opposition in the Democrat-dominated 8th Congressional District.

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| Creeping Sharia | FBI: Number of Michigan IP addresses on jihadi websites is “staggering”

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Authorities are concerned how Hizballah might react in case Israel or other countries get into a conflict with Iran, which sponsors the terrorist group, said FBI Assistant Special Agent Todd Mayberry, who oversees counter-terrorism in Michigan.

One challenge is being able to keep track of so many potentially radical websites and differentiating what might be a legitimate threat from harmless talk. Estimating there are thousands websites that could have extremist activity, he said:

“If I gave you the number of Michigan IP addresses that are on some of these sites, it’s staggering,” Mayberry said. continue reading

Fatwa On Islam

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Muslims complain about cartoon in NY Post Newspaper

The complaints lodged against this cartoon in the NY Post newspaper includes the false accusation of racism.  Islam is NOT a race.   That the characters are emulating the founder of islam, mohammad seems to be also offensive.  Of course, mohammad did teach he was to be copied as the most perfect example of human behavior.

Fortunately, few follow this teaching or the world would be so much worse than it is.  Exponentially increased violence, aggression, all sorts of sexual pervasion including rape and child molestation, crimes of person and property, murder, etc.

Does the cartoon generalize, well sure.  The truth is that a terrorist can’t be identified by looks and can just as easily be “hidden amongst us”.  But, who wants to see a cartoon of a terrorist that looks like anyone.  It is the evil the dwells inside that provides the evil of terrorism, not any nationality or ethnic group or race.    This evil is islam.

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Repost from a true American Patriot:  Pamela Gellar

Tuesday, December 13, 2011


Every company is to free to choose where they put their ad dollars. 64 companies have now pulled their ads. And rightly so. It’s is not thatthe show about Muslims. It is that the show was predicated on a lie and the relentless propaganda of Islamic supremacists. Or perhaps advertisers don’t wish to advertise on a show whose ratings are in the toilet.

The fact is that the show specifically situates itself as a response to “Islamophobia” — this was clear from the opening moments of the first show. But it is severely misleading, because it doesn’t deal with the kind of Muslims who would ever have caused anyone any concern in the first place. And I have been saying that since the show premiered.

On page 75 of my book, Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance, I explain the sinister orgins of the thought-crushing device, “Islamophobia”:

The very word “Islamophobia” is a fictional construct, as journalist Claire Berlinski explains, “The neologism ‘Islamophobia’ did not simply emerge ex nihilo. It was invented, deliberately, by a Muslim Brotherhood front organization, the International Institute for Islamic Thought, which is based in Northern Virginia….Abdur-Rahman Muhammad, a former member of the IIIT who has renounced the group in disgust, was an eyewitness to the creation of the word. ‘This loathsome term,’ he writes, ‘is nothing more than a thought-terminating cliche conceived in the bowels of Muslim think tanks for the purpose of beating down critics.’”85

Discover the Networks reports, “Although the term was coined in the early 1990s, ‘Islamophobia’ did not become the focus of an active Brotherhood campaign until after 9/11.

“Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it.” Adolf Hitler said that. Der fuhrer would be impressed.

We cannot expect advertisers to fund this “islamophobic” propaganda. And we can’t expect advertisers to insert themselves in political controversies.

Where is the television show, “All American Sikh,” “All American Hindu,” “All American Buddhist”? How about a reality show documenting the fight of counter jihadists in light of the over 18,000 Islamic attacks across the world since 911?

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Group Says Lowe’s Is One of 64 Companies to Pull Ads From ‘All-American Muslim’ Color Lines

The conservative Christian group that’s claiming responsibility for home improvement chain Lowe’s pulling their ads from the reality show “All American Muslim” says there are 64 other companies that have cancelled their ad buys for the show as a result of their e-mail campaign.

McDonalds, Amazon and Bank of America are among the companies the Florida Family Association (FFA) says they’ve targeted to get their commercials off the reality tv show “All American Muslim.” Lowe’s was the first to make headlines because they’re the only company to confirm they canceled ad buys as a result of the the conservative group’s campaign.

“While we continue to advertise on various cable networks, including TLC, there are certain programs that do not meet Lowe’s advertising guidelines, including the show you brought to our attention. Lowe’s will no longer be advertising on that program” a representative for Lowe’s wrote in a statement.

“The show profiles only Muslims that appear to be ordinary folks while excluding many Islamic believers whose agenda poses a clear and present danger to liberties and traditional values that the majority of Americans cherish,” read one of FFA’s emails to it’s members that urged them to contact dozens of companies and ask them to “discontinue advertising on this show.”

According to the Muslim Public Affairs Council, FFA’s campaign against “All-American Muslim” stems from the work of two “infamous Islamophobes” writers Robert Spencer, author of “The Complete Infidel’s Guide to the Koran,” and Pamela Geller, author of “Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance.”

“The main danger of All-American Muslim is that it’s misleading,” wrote Geller in an article reprinted by FFA. “The Muslims portrayed in the show are free to choose their path. That is the beauty of living in a free society. But so many aren’t. … Who speaks for Jessica Mokdad, who lived not far from where this show is taping, in Dearborn, Michigan? Mokdad was honor murdered by her stepfather, Rahim Alfetlawi, for ‘not following Islam.’”

There are, however, some sane voices jumping into this mind-boggling debate.

“Lowe’s should be ashamed for succumbing to this type of bigotry,” said Deana Nassar, Muslim Public Affairs Council’s Hollywood Liaison on the group’s website. “The show is an important effort to portray the everyday lives of a group of normal, mainstream Muslim Americans. Caving into the fear campaign initiated by thinly veiled hate groups sends the wrong message at the wrong time.”

Mia Farrow and Russell Simmons have called for a boycott of Lowe’s on Twitter, with Simmons promising to “sic every civil rights agency on (Lowe’s) until they straighten this out.” A representative for Simmons also confirmed to the Hollywood Reporter that he will buy any remaining ad space on the show to promote the RushCard, a prepaid Visa credit card.

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Muslim Brotherhood in America


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This “explanatory memorandum,” as it’s titled, outlines the “strategic goal” for the North American operation of the extremist Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan). Here’s the key paragraph:


“The process of settlement [of Islam in the United States] is a “Civilization-Jihadist” process with all the word means. The Ikhwan must understand that all their work in America is a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and “sabotaging” their miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and Allah’s religion is made victorious over all religions. Without this level of understanding, we are not up to this challenge and have not prepared ourselves for Jihad yet. It is a Muslim’s destiny to perform Jihad and work wherever he is and wherever he lands until the final hour comes, and there is no escape from that destiny except for those who choose to slack.”

 The entire 18-page platform outlines a plan for the long haul. It prescribes the Muslim Brotherhood’s comprehensive plan to set down roots in civil society. It begins by both founding and taking control of American Muslim organizations, for the sake of unifying and educating the U.S. Muslim community – this to prepare it for the establishment of a global Islamic state governed by sharia.

It sounds like a conspiracy theory out of a bad Hollywood movie – but it’s real. Husain Haqqani, head of Boston University’s Center for International Relations and a former Islamic radical, confirms that the Brotherhood “has run most significant Muslim organizations in the U.S.” as part of the plan outlined in the strategy paper.

The HLF trial is exposing for the first time how the international Muslim Brotherhood – whose Palestinian division is Hamas – operates as a self-conscious revolutionary vanguard in the United States. The court documents indicate that many leading Muslim-American organizations – including the Council on American-Islamic Relations, the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) and the Muslim American Society – are an integral part of the Brotherhood’s efforts to wage jihad against America by nonviolent means.

The Muslim Brotherhood is an affiliation of at least 70 Islamist organizations around the world, all tracing their heritage to the original cell, founded in Egypt in 1928. Its credo: “Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. Quran is our law. Jihad is our way. Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope.” Sayyid Qutb, hanged by the Egyptian government in 1966 as a revolutionary, remains its ideological godfather. His best-known work,Milestones, calls for Muslims to wage violent holy war until Islamic law governs the entire world.

According to a 2004 Chicago Tribune investigation, establishing the Brotherhood in the United States has been a 40-year project that has worked mostly underground – even beneath the notice of many Muslims. Richard Clarke, the former top U.S. national security official, told the Senate in 2003 that the Muslim Brotherhood is the common thread linking terrorist fundraising schemes in the United States – which likely explains why so many mainstream American Muslim organizations were named by the feds as “unindicted co-conspirators” in the HLF trial.

Is this just alarmist paranoia? Not at all.

This matters because high-profile organizations with roots explicitly in the Muslim Brotherhood have successfully established themselves in a paramount position to define Islam in America according to a radical politicized model. And they’ve done so without the American public having the slightest idea about their real agenda. Indeed, the Bush administration is unwittingly helping the Islamist cause by including their leaders in public events, thus conferring them legitimacy. On Labor Day weekend, the same Department of Justice that’s presenting evidence of the ISNA’s involvement with radical Islam at the Dallas trial sponsored a booth at – wait for it – ISNA’s national convention in suburban Chicago.

Look, no rational person believes America is going to exchange the Constitution for a caliphate. Rational people aren’t the point. As the London subway bombings showed, even a tiny cell of committed radicals can kill a lot of people. Mustafa Saied, an American Muslim who left the Brotherhood, told the Tribune that he worried about the radicalism the Brotherhood inculcated in its membership here. “With the extreme element,” he said, “you never know when that ticking time bomb will go off.”

As long as they commit no crimes, CAIR, ISNA and the other Brotherhood-related groups have the right to advocate for their beliefs. But they don’t have the right to escape critical scrutiny, and they deserve informed opposition. Courageous Muslims like Dr. Zuhdi Jasser of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy are sounding the alarm about radical Islam’s stealth takeover of U.S. Muslim institutions. Why are the news media ignoring this? Fear of being called Islamophobic?

Islamic radicals have declared war on us – and some are fighting here in what looks like a fifth column. Read their strategy documentIt’s there in black and white, for those with eyes to see.

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Muslim Brotherhood In USA

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Action Steps for “Peaceful” Muslims

Action Steps for “Peaceful” Muslims.

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Islam is Hazardous

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Prophet of Doom the truth about Mohammed and Islam

Prophet of Doom, the truth about Mohammed and Islam

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