posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 11:32 AM
According to this Muslim
, there is little doubt the Ground Zero
Mosque is meant to be a deliberate provocation. This is not hard for me to believe given the fact there are already 30 mosques in the Manhattan area
and the reasoning for putting one on ground zero seems to be so steeped in liberal guilt. I'm not a religious person, but it seems to me if they
wanted to "heal wounds", this mosque would have been a community center for all religions. Raheel Raza seems to agree with me:
There are many questions that we would like to ask. Questions about where the funding is coming from? If this mosque is being funded by Saudi
sources, then it is an even bigger slap in the face of Americans, as nine of the jihadis in the Twin Tower calamity were Saudis.
If Rauf is serious about building bridges, then he could have dedicated space in this so-called community centre to a church and synagogue, but he did
not. We passed on this message to him through a mutual Saudi friend, but received no answer. He could have proposed a memorial to the 9/11 dead with a
denouncement of the doctrine of armed jihad, but he chose not to.
It’s a repugnant thought that $100 million would be brought into the United States rather than be directed at dying and needy Muslims in Darfur or
The authors of this article seem to be concerned about where this funding is coming from. Something the MSM doesn't seem interested in. Thats a big
As far as motivation for the mosque goes:
The fact we Muslims know the idea behind the Ground Zero mosque is meant to be a deliberate provocation to thumb our noses at the infidel. The
proposal has been made in bad faith and in Islamic parlance, such an act is referred to as “Fitna,” meaning “mischief-making” that is clearly
forbidden in the Koran.
The Koran commands Muslims to, “Be considerate when you debate with the People of the Book” — i.e., Jews and Christians. Building an exclusive
place of worship for Muslims at the place where Muslims killed thousands of New Yorkers is not being considerate or sensitive, it is undoubtedly an
act of “fitna“.
Sure, this is America and these people have every right to build wherever they want. I'm not going to sit here and claim we should selectively follow
our own Constitution.
This being said, the people of this country also have a right to express their anger about it. We also have the right to try and force the builders to
reconsider. We do this by asking the very relevant questions posed by these authors. The more of these questions people ask, the more the builders of
this project will expose themselves for who they are.