Why do they want to build where they aren't wanted and why wasn't there a zoning commission hearing so the people had the chance to say no to them building there?
Good questions one and all. Here's another one, why are we allowing more Islamic fanatics into the US at a time when we are at war with radical Islam? And even if these aren't recently arrived radicals, why should they be allowed to destroy the peace and tranquility of an established American residential neighborhood with their foreign Satanic religion's house of demon worship?
In many American towns and cities newly organized Christian churches are zoned out of residential neighborhoods because of the traffic and noise that they would generate. Are Muslims above the law or are they more deserving of special exemptions from the zoning laws than Christians for some unknown reason?
If these intrusive Islamics are allowed to desecrate this slice of downhome America with a tower for their mullah to intone his 5 daily calls to prayer, the locals should see to it that some other equally obnoxious source of irritating noise pollution has free access to the ears of the unwanted Muslim faithful while they try to listen to their pagan religion's cleric drone on and on with blasphemous prayers to Allah, also known in the JudeoChristian bible as Satan, Beelzebub, Lucifer, and the Father of Lies.
Do I sound biased against Muslims? If so it's only because I can't abide seeing our once Christian nation being desecrated by foreign false religious cults such as the abomination created by a moon-god worshiping pedophile who met with demonic entities in a desert cave and then created a murderous religious cult according to the instructions he was given by those demons. I can be reasonably tolerant of other peaceful religious belief systems, but not of a murderous demonic death cult that has murdered and enslaved untold millions of victims over the course of the past 14 centuries, and is now itching to do the same to millions of Americans.
posted on 11/29/2006 11:01:28 PM PST
Very good post, I quite agree with everything you posted. To your....Do I sound biased against Muslims? No I don't think so. I never was biased before, but I guess thats just what I am now. And it makes me mad that I am but I truly fear for our country. Where has common sense gone? Why would we let more of these people who want to behead all non believers into our country? We know so many of these mosques support terror groups and yet we just sit back and wait. Until something terrible happens again these people who call themselves the religion of peace will flock here in hordes waiting for the call to kill us. Maybe I am too paranoid but I would rather be safe with my head where it belongs then be sorry and dead. This country needs to get common sense back ASAP and stop being so nice. Personally I feel for the people of this neighborhood. At least the prayers will be inside and they won't have to see these Muslims on their prayer mats with their butts up in the air. That would really offend me. I have lived near a mosque and those prayer wailing really got on my nerves big time. I am all for praying in a nice quiet manner or even singing. But to hear them 5 times a day is just too much. They pray between the first light of dawn and sunrise, then after Midday,then mid-afternoon, then at sunset and finally from one and a half hours after sunset. It can truly get on your nerves.
posted on 11/29/2006 11:18:30 PM PST
( zero tolerance and dilligaf?)
Build dog kennels all around it!
posted on 11/29/2006 11:18:35 PM PST
"Do I sound biased against Muslims?"
Not one bit! It's absolute lunacy to keep allowing Muslims into our nation while Islam is at war with us. I swear, if the illegal Mexican immigrants said they would expel all the Muslims from our nation in return for being allowed to stay, I might march with them.
If this same crap were pulled back in the fifties the halls of Congress would have been buzzing with another layer of hearings into un-American activities.
posted on 11/30/2006 12:43:49 AM PST
(Invite Jesus to pray with you.)
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