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Landmarks Preservation Commission, Michael Bloomberg, Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf

No words can ease the heartache of Ground Zero “mega mosque”


By —— Bio and Archives--August 4, 2010

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imageThere’s a pox on your house, Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf and your Mrs., Daisy Khan.  And it’s a pox that will long outlast the in-your-face insult of the intent to celebrate the groundbreaking of your mosque at Ground Zero on Sept. 11, 2011.

Rauf and Khan mimic the dialectic of the cunning Marxists now running America.  But then again radical Islam and Marxism go hand in hand.

Mealy mouthed politicians like Mayor Michael Bloomberg never own up to cowardice, filthy lucre or political power by allowing a “mega mosque” to arise from the ashes of Ground Zero.  Instead they describe 9-0 votes from their Landmarks Preservation Commission as being “an important test of the separation of church and state”.

Your honeyed, hackneyed words of “peace”, Imam Rauf are about as meaningful as President Barack Obama’s, who told those who had lost loved ones on September 11, 2001 at last year’s eighth anniversary, “No words can ease the ache of your hearts.”

In any faith, interfaith or otherwise, actions always speak louder than words.

Obama was nowhere around to ease the hearts of the walking wounded yesterday.  Instead he was preparing to go to Chicago where he will celebrate his 49th birthday, making some of us who still dare to think wonder whether America’s most pro-Islamist Mayor was giving America’s most pro-Islamist President a birthday present by green-lighting your ABC News-described “Islamic community center, including a prayer room”.

ABC and the mainstream media have been ever so snide in their reportage on the mosque that could not possibly be built anywhere in the entire Big Apple but in a place that would tower over terrorism’s killing field of 2,752 innocents. 

But the courageous Pamela Geller of AtlasShrugs had already pointed out that Imam Rauf is no ordinary Imam,  but the one who has refused to classify Hamas as a terrorist group and the one who has said that U.S. foreign policy was an “accessory” to the Sept. 11 attacks.

Knowing more about fatwas and “honor killings”  than the mainstream media, Geller has stood strong in the face of media snideness, threats and hate mail alike.

One little woman unwavering in the face of jihad.

How difficult is it to find victory with money to burn and crass politicians lined up to do your bidding?

How difficult to call for victory when bureaucratic Big Apple permits come so easily your way?

On September 11, 2001, radical Islam took a big bite out of the Big Apple, and yesterday another big bite on those who mourn loved ones.

In a little more than a month from now the hypocritical Mayor Bloomberg and President Obama will likely lay wreaths of white flowers, marking the ninth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks.  And will the masterminds of the Ground Zero mosque be there to gloat?

People who never would have done it before now will curse you from their hearts, Imam Rauf.  And in your superiority, even you should know that anything forced on people fails in the end.  The Berlin Wall finally fell and a house divided against itself can never stand.

Meanwhile, there are hundreds of mosques in New York City, but the one whose groundbreaking ceremony is earmarked for September 11, 2011 stinks all the way to Allah.


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