Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Did the Ground Zero Mosque Imam Go to Malaysia for a Fashion Show?

What combination of $$$ and threats are greasing the wheels of New York politicians wide-open welcome of the Ground Zero mosque?

Don't ask me.

Don't even ask Mr. "Religious Freedom" for Muslims to Spit in Your Eye, more popularly known as Ground Zero Mosque Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, who is currently "resting" in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He won't answer your call.

Maybe he went to appreciate Kuala Lumpur's fashion industry, where these skimpy new designs were proudly displayed by Muslim fashion designers in the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center during International Fashion Week:

Or, for those with more traditional spouses, "How enchanting a veiled head can be":

For girls, these easy-care play clothes were on display:

And for that darling (female) toddler:

Only mothers of daughters can appreciate what I feel when I see Mayor Bloomberg and his sock puppets promote Islamic attempts to create cultural and political dominance under the guise of protecting religious freedom.

I wonder if Imam Faisal is having a good time schmoozing with (oops, wrong word, Yiddish root) chatting up whoever is handing him $100 million or so to build the Ground Zero mega mosque and whatever else it takes to get New York politicians to so eagerly, nay, unanimously, bulldoze ahead with their heartfelt approvals (today's being denial that the site is an historical landmark, despite the fact that a piece of one of the airlines that destroyed the World Trade Centers fell through its roof).

I'm guessing yes.

Now, I ask those who think that the mosque is located at a distance from Ground Zero how that heavy piece of fuselage managed to travel such an incredibly "long" distance. Also, if a piece of landing gear could fall through that building's roof, just how far do they think pieces of human flesh or bone have gone? Far enough to build a mosque on, perhaps?

So, Mayor Bloomberg and his fellow worshippers at the altar of multiculturalism, which somehow always manages to exclude majority groups, can't wait to get a bunch of male Muslims a prayer spot looking down on Ground Zero.

Got it. The rest of us don't count. That's no surprise.

Here's who counts:
From City Journal, Autumn 2002:

Jihadist mullahs urge 1,000 followers to learn the murderous lessons of the WTC attack.
An obscene spectacle took place in North London on September 11, 2002. A thousand Muslims gathered at the Finsbury Park mosque to “celebrate” the bombing of the World Trade Center. The Metropolitan Police deployed a force 500-strong to protect the meeting, called “A Towering Day in History,” from disruption. A dozen or so menacing-looking men with kaffiyehs over their faces stood on the mosque’s steps to prevent unfriendly journalists from entering.
The “celebration” began promptly at 1 pm, so that participants could applaud the action of the WTC bombers at exactly 1:46 London time—the exact time, a year earlier, when the first plane hit its target in New York.
Unless you think that someone sinks $100 million into a piece of real estate for no real reason at all, when they could get a much better price with less hassle a bit down the road.

Just one more question: Is it true blondes have more fun?


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  1. But, I'm told that the mosque will be a bridge to diversity.
    Gee, I can't wait for it to open so I can rush right over and see the mosque's Gay-Lesbian outreach department.

  2. Joaquin - Something tells me that "diversity" means something different in Farsi than in English.

  3. Muslims must be protected at all cost while us nothings are treated like a bunch of doormats that can be stomped on repeatedly. This ticks me off. Hopefully we will be able to stop this mosque from being built somehow.

  4. great post; like the juxtaposition between the "openmindedness" of the Bloomberg crowd vs. the reality of the islamist diversity they eagerly embrace. Real openminded, shackling your females so fashionably. Can't imagine children expected to function in get-ups like that.

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