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By Greg L | 17 August 2010 | Blogs | 33 Comments

If NLS readers are upset about the previous guest post about islamists trying to locate a mosque at “ground zero” in New York, they can kiss my butt.  I remember 9-11, I remember the innocent people who died on that day, and if liberals want to get their panties in a twist because Americans don’t care to surrender to foreign terrorists, then the heck with them.  They and their Sharia-loving Gerry Connolly can all permanently relocate to Pakistan for all I care, and leave the rest of us patriotic Americans the heck alone.

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  1. VA_Magoo said on 18 Aug 2010 at 8:01 am:
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    Of course they want a mosque at Ground Zero, they all ready have one at the Pentagon.


    I bet there isnt any Churches in the Pentagon………….

    Stop the Islamization of America!


    Heed Logan’s Warning.


  2. VA_Magoo said on 18 Aug 2010 at 8:11 am:
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    We even have our own little congregation in Prince William County.


    I sent an email to the president and vice president of the dar al noor asking if they taught and believed in Sharia laws, to date I have not gotten an answer.

    You have to love how they are using our own laws and freedoms in infiltrate our ranks. The Muslim Brotherhood has been at this in America since the the early 1920’s when they were thrown out of Turkey. This is not new to them, they have been doing this for a thousand years.

    Virginia Muslims quote “We are jihadist and jihad is not terrorism”.

    The militant muslims are in our back yard……

    Please watch these people carefully.

  3. Anonymous said on 18 Aug 2010 at 9:14 am:
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    Nancy Pelosi wants the ground zero mosque to be investigated!

    WHO, she demands to know, is funding the opposition! Investigate the opposition! Hey, Nanny Statist, you might want to start with your esteemed colleague Harry Reid.


    She can call for an investigation into the OPPOSITION of the mosque, but if the opposition calls for an investigation into the funding of the mosque, they’re intolerant, mean-spirited bigots.




    If someone is handing out checks to the opponents of this Islamic Seat of Government in Manhatten, please let me know. My opposition thus far has been free of charge. That may change as Nancy wants charges levied at the opposition.

  4. Anonymous said on 18 Aug 2010 at 9:16 am:
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    Faisal Abdul Rauf in Arabic: Our Goal Is To Establish Sharia


  5. NoVA Scout said on 18 Aug 2010 at 9:23 am:
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    What was Connolly’s position about “loving” Sharia? I cna’t seem to find it in the post or anywhere else. Did something drop out?

  6. Anonymous said on 18 Aug 2010 at 9:45 am:
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    Lawmakers ripped over 9/11 mosque fundraiser
    Democrat congressmen ‘trashed their oath to protect U.S.’

    Rep. Jim Moran

    An anti-jihad watchdog group has slammed two U.S. lawmakers for breaking their oath to protect the country by agreeing to appear as special guests at a fundraising dinner Saturday night for a radical Saudi-funded mosque tied to the 9/11 hijackers and the Fort Hood shooter, among other Islamic terrorists.

    Reps. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., and Jim Moran, D-Va., have “trashed their oath to protect and defend the U.S.” by agreeing to attend the annual banquet for Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center, a large mosque in Falls Church, Va., a suburb of Washington, according to the Virginia Anti-Shariah Task Force, or VAST.

    The group also criticized Virginia Democrat Gov. Tim Kaine for agreeing to attend the event, while praising Democrat Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia for withdrawing from the event following complaints from concerned constituents.

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    “While brave young Virginia men and women are risking their lives to fight terrorists in Iraq and Afghanistan, Connolly, Moran and Kaine are yucking it up with them and slapping each other on the back over at the Marriott,” charged VAST Chairman James Lafferty.

    He noted that the three politicians’ campaign war chests are heavily funded by radical Islamists who support the mosque.

    “Look at their Federal Election Commission reports,” Lafferty said. “These spineless politicians are owned and operated by the radical Islamists and their sinister front groups.”

    Rep. Gerry Connolly

    Indeed, according to the book, “Muslim Mafia,” Connolly and Moran have received thousands of dollars in donations from several Virginia Islamists under federal investigation for financing terrorism. In addition, the book reveals, Connolly received an $18,758 windfall from the Saudi government’s U.S. public relations firm while fighting to keep open a Saudi-owned madrassa in Northern Virginia also tied to terrorism.

    Dar Al-Hijrah hosted at least two of the 9/11 terrorists who attacked the Pentagon, as well as the Fort Hood terrorist and an al-Qaida sleeper agent convicted of plotting to assassinate President Bush. Ahmed Omar Abu Ali graduated valedictorian from the Saudi madrassa – Islamic Saudi Academy – in Alexandria, Va.

    Lafferty says the mosque “has been directed by a string of radical imams, including former imam Anwar al-Awlaki, who has since been identified as a commander in al-Qaida” and is wanted in connection with the Christmas Day airliner attack.

    A coalition of citizen groups including VAST, Act for America and the Center for Security Policy in Washington have organized a protest of the Dar al-Hijrah fundraiser at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Fairview Park Marriott, 3111 Fairview Park Dr. in Falls Church.

    Federal investigators say Dar al-Hijrah is a breeding ground for known terrorists, including:

    Fugitive Hamas leader Mousa Abu Marzook, a former mosque leader.

    Top al-Qaida fundraiser Abdurahman Alamoudi, now serving 23 years in federal prison for terrorism.

    Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, the would-be al-Qaida presidential assassin.

    Mohammed al-Hanooti, a current mosque leader and unindicted co-conspirator in both the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and recent Holy Land Foundation terror finance case.

    Ismail Elbarasse, a founding mosque member and leader who was arrested for allegedly casing the Chesapeake Bay bridge for attack.

    Abdelhaleem Ashqar, mosque leader and suspected Hamas operative recently convicted for obstruction of justice.

    Abdullah bin Laden, nephew of the al-Qaida kingpin whose name appears on the federal terrorist watchlist.

    Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, accused of murdering 13 and injuring 30 others in a jihad-inspired shooting spree at Fort Hood, Texas.

    Hani Hanjour, 9/11 hijacker and Saudi national who flew the jumbo jet into the Pentagon.

    Nawaf al-Hazmi, 9/11 hijacker and Saudi national who joined Hanjour on the Pentagon flight and acted as second in command of the entire al-Qaida operation behind hijacking ringleader Mohamed Atta.
    The mosque, in fact, helped Hanjour and al-Hazmi obtain housing in the area.

    After 9/11, investigators found the phone number for Dar al-Hijrah in the Hamburg, Germany, apartment of one of the planners of the 9/11 attacks – Ramzi Binalshibh, a Gitmo detainee.

    Constructed with $5 million from the Saudi Embassy and run by radical Muslim Brotherhood leaders, Dar al-Hijrah is “a terror mill and a direct threat to national security,” says terror expert Paul Sperry, co-author of “Muslim Mafia,” an expose on the radical Muslim Brotherhood and its front groups in America.

    Once a month, Dar al-Hijrah’s lead imam – Shaker Elsayed – meets with top officials with the Council on American-Islamic Relations on the first floor of its Washington headquarters, Sperry notes. The Justice Department says Saudi-funded CAIR, which operates a booth at Dar al-Hijrah, is a terrorist front group for Hamas and its parent the Muslim Brotherhood.

    Elsayed has said Muslims have the right to use violence: “We do have license to respond with all force necessary to our attackers.”

    He also says he believes in the teachings of Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna, which he describes as “the closest reflection of how Islam should be in this life.”

    The late al-Banna taught that “Islam wishes to do away with all states and governments anywhere which are opposed to this ideology and program of Islam. Islam requires the earth – not just a portion, but the entire planet.”

    Another imam at the mosque, Johari Abdul Malik, has preached to American Muslims that they are within Islamic law to “blow up bridges” and other infrastructure. “You can do all forms of sabotage,” he said at a 2001 Hamas conference.

    He has also called for Islamic supremacy in America.

    “We will see the day when Islam, by the grace of Allah, will become the dominant way of life,” Malik told his flock in 2004. “You will see Islam move from being the second largest religion in America to being the first religion in America.”

    Malik, who also acts as the mosque’s official spokesman, is a close friend of the former Dar al-Hijrah imam al-Awlaki, who privately ministered to the 9/11 hijackers. After the attacks, Awlaki fled to London, where he gave a sermon extolling the virtues of martyrdom.

    In an interview with author Sperry, Malik defended his friend’s sermon, arguing Muslims who die while fighting unbelievers in the cause of Allah are no different from U.S. Marines fighting and dying for America in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    “That’s the same thing as telling Marines in this country semper fidelis,” Malik told Sperry. “Telling people to give their all for their faith is not an unusual idea.”

    His mosque handled the funeral services of Maj. Hasan’s mother when she passed away in 2001. It was then that Hasan fell under the spell of Dar al-Hijrah cleric Awlaki, aka Anwar Aulaqi, who corresponded with Hasan in some 20 e-mails in the months leading up to Hasan’s alleged massacre.

    One of al-Qaida’s top Western recruiters, Awlaki is considered a rock star among jihadists and has cultivated fans among CAIR officials. CAIR spokesman Ibrahim Hooper’s protege Ismail Royer and his terrorist cell chauffeured Awlaki around Washington in October 2002 as he looked for new terrorist recruits, according to Sperry. Prosecutors also found Awlaki’s phone number stored on their cell phones.

    Royer, who was personally recruited by Hooper and worked under him at CAIR’s headquarters, is serving 20 years in federal prison. Internal CAIR memos show Hooper is heading his appeal effort within CAIR.

    According to “Muslim Mafia,” prosecutors have told the federal judge hearing Royer’s case that Royer is an “inveterate liar” and has not cooperated with terrorism investigations as promised in a plea bargain.

    CAIR is Dar al-Hijrah’s top defender in Washington, and routinely runs interference between law enforcement and the mosque. Dar al-Hijrah, in turn, attends CAIR’s annual fundraising dinners and is a major supporter of the front group.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: WND needs your help in supporting the defense of “Muslim Mafia” co-author P. David Gaubatz, as well as his investigator son Chris, against CAIR’s lawsuit. Already, the book’s revelations have led to formal congressional demands for three different federal investigations of CAIR. In the meantime, however, someone has to defend these two courageous investigators who have, at great personal risk, revealed so much about this dangerous group. Although WND has procured the best First Amendment attorneys in the country for their defense, we can’t do it without your help. Please donate to WND’s Legal Defense Fund now.


  7. Anonymous said on 18 Aug 2010 at 10:51 am:
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    My friend has a saying about white supremaists. He says when ever it benefits the white supremaist agenda he merely changes the rules. Freedom of religion has always been a key element of your phony system called the USA. But now that it benefits your white supremaist agenda you want to tell free “citizens” when and where and how they can build a house of worship. You people are nothing but frauds.

  8. Cynic said on 18 Aug 2010 at 10:57 am:
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    Va_Magoo, Mosque in Pentagon

    Interesting but not surprising!

  9. ... said on 18 Aug 2010 at 11:19 am:
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    Anonymous, in some zoning districts a church is a conditional use which requires approval by the local government. So yes, free “citizens” often are told when and where and how they can build a house of worship.

    This isn’t some third-world country where you merely need to bribe the correct government officials and any laws regarding where when and how are simply overlooked.

  10. Cynic said on 18 Aug 2010 at 11:32 am:
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    Sharia Law -

    Just wondering, will Hillary, Nancy, Barbara B, Dianne, Barbara S., Lindsay L. and others of that ilk submit to sharia law?

  11. VA_Magoo said on 18 Aug 2010 at 11:49 am:
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    The Red House and Meherrin Muslims, who number between 200 and 300 people, including women and children, have been linked to various money-laundering operations and weapons violations, and are believed to have aided and abetted various terrorist groups, authorities said.
    Annual Holy Days gatherings at the Red House site, operated by Muslims of America, have drawn between 400 and 500 people from around the region.
    Law-enforcement authorities said they believe radical Muslims are seeking to create a patchwork of “hide-outs” in rural southern Virginia for would-be terrorists and other extremists. They said the sanctuaries have been established to follow the teachings of Sheik Gilani.
    Sheik Gilani is a Pakistani cleric who founded the tax-exempt Muslims of America in 1980, which is linked to Jamaat al-Fuqra, a terrorist group committed to waging jihad, or holy war, against the United States.
    In addition to providing safe harbor for an unknown number of American Muslims faithful to Sheik Gilani, authorities believe members of Jamaat al-Fuqra are involved in laundering money bound for Pakistan.
    “We know these places have become hide-outs for some of the organization’s most violent members,” said one law-enforcement official. “The faces of those we have seen in the communities are continually changing. It’s unclear who’s there at any given time and what they’re doing.”
    Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was on the way to meet Sheik Gilani in Pakistan when he was kidnapped and later killed. Mr. Pearl was investigating accusations that shoe-bomb suspect Richard C. Reid was one of Sheik Gilani’s followers. Sheik Gilani was not charged in Mr. Pearl’s death.
    Sheik Gilani’s followers have set up rural encampments throughout the United States and Canada that federal authorities believe are linked to murders, bombings and other felonies. It is not clear to authorities where the organization gets its funding, other than a few local odd jobs by group members.
    One of the Red House Muslims, Vicente Pierre, was convicted in November of two felony firearms violations. Three other members of the Red House commune have been arrested on weapons charges in the past year, including two after the September 11 attacks.
    During a September detention hearing for Pierre, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agent Tom Gallagher described al-Fuqra as a “violent, black Muslim extremist sect that acts out jihads against perceived enemies.”
    The State Department has said al-Fuqra seeks to purify Islam through violence.

  12. Sanford Horn said on 18 Aug 2010 at 12:57 pm:
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    As author of the aforementioned “previous guest post” about the potential Ground Zero mosque, I echo Greg’s sentiments and they can smooch my tuchus as well. Hopefully a fatwa will not be placed on my head - it would really be inconvenient with Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur coming up in three and four weeks.

    What is further mind-boggling and disturbing is that the Greek Orthodox Church destroyed on 09-11-01 as has not been rebuilt in alomost nine years, has been ruled dead in the water, yet this potential mosque still breathes air. How can anyone justify this?

    Setting aside the legality of the mosque, which I addressed in yesterday’s column, where is the outrage that a previously standing church has not been rebuilt in nine years and it appears it will not be rebuilt? That Greek Orthodox Church should have been rebuilt and celebrated like the Phoenix rising from the ashes with an ecumenical gathering of religious leaders across the spectrum as well as the president, governor, mayor - whoever they be at that time. (Coincidentally, this current set of politicos - Obama, Paterson and Bloomberg would be most UNwelcome at such a celebration.)

  13. Citizen12 said on 18 Aug 2010 at 3:37 pm:
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    Perhaps in the future we could send a professional into negotiations with these radical Islamic types. He would be a to the point, direct, no beating-around-the-bush kind of guy.

    Someone like John Henry Thomas, a character played by John Wayne in the movie The Undefeated. No longer would these talks go on and on and on, but these negotiations would have a beginning, middle and finally, an end. Negotiations may go something like this……

    Ann Langdon: You went out there to talk! Why did you kill that man?
    John Henry Thomas: Conversation just kinda dried up.

  14. Ron Homan said on 18 Aug 2010 at 7:42 pm:
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    In the first place islam is not a religion. It is a political philosophy that demands complete control over the population. That is why Moran and Connolly have so much in common with them.

  15. YankeePhil said on 18 Aug 2010 at 10:22 pm:
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  16. VA_Magoo said on 19 Aug 2010 at 7:24 am:
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    Gerry Connolly and the Muslim connection.


  17. Freedom said on 19 Aug 2010 at 8:02 am:
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    Still there, Nova?? :)

  18. NoVA Scout said on 19 Aug 2010 at 8:44 am:
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    Yep - still waiting for someone to show us the Connolly statement on “loving Sha’aria”. It was mentioned in the post, but I can’t find where he said that. It would be extraordinary news, as I don’t think any aspiring or present politician at the federal level has previously expressed a desire to see Sharia law supplant our current legal system, or, to hew more literally to the post, express a strong affection for it. Maybe the guy from Minnesota who took his oath on the Koran. But even that would mildly surprise me.

  19. Freedom said on 19 Aug 2010 at 10:44 am:
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    Nova, does someone have to tell you, “the sun came up this morning,” for you to believe that? I guess so…:(

  20. Gurduloo said on 19 Aug 2010 at 11:46 am:
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    Nova, he had his photo taken with a Muslim, what more proof do you need?

  21. Peace be Upon Him said on 19 Aug 2010 at 4:01 pm:
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    “But even that would mildly surprise me.”

    It shouldn’t. Islam is as much a political system as it is a religion. In Christendom, the distinction between the two authorities are said to be based upon records in the New Testament of Jesus, asking his followers to render unto Caesar what was his and unto God what was His. Therefore throughout Christian history until the present times, there have always been two authorities: ‘God and Caesar’, or ‘the church and state.’ Each had its own laws and jurisdictions, each its own structure and hierarchy. In the pre-westernized Islamic world there were never two powers, and the question of separation never arose. The distinction so deeply rooted in Christendom between church and state has never existed in Islam.

  22. sahdman said on 19 Aug 2010 at 9:38 pm:
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    Was this photo taken at the mosk in Fairfax? Last week they had a summer camp for kids. I wander if is anything like a Vacation Bible School.

  23. Anonymous said on 19 Aug 2010 at 10:42 pm:
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    “Islam is as much a political system as it is a religion”

    Ground Zero Mosque Imam: Sharia Law is Just Like the Declaration of Independence, Therefore America is a Sharia-Compliant State…”


  24. Scout said on 20 Aug 2010 at 5:55 am:
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    Aha! He’s in a photo with a Muslim, Gurdaloo, therefore he is Sharia-loving? Great minds at work there. So should our standard for public office be that no politician in a photo with a Muslim or Muslims should be elected because those in the know realize that this is a coded endorsement of Sharia law (and how do we know that, by the way?)?

  25. Citizen12 said on 20 Aug 2010 at 9:39 am:
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    It has been said that if you lie down with dogs you will wake up with fleas.
    At what point do you go from bedding down with the dogs to being a member of the pack?

    U.S. Congressman Accused Again Of Accepting Campaign Contributions From U.S. Muslim Brotherhood Leaders

    In addition, the book reveals, Connolly received an $18,758 windfall from the Saudi government’s U.S. public relations firm while fighting to keep open a Saudi-owned madrassa in Northern Virginia also tied to terrorism.

    Elsayed has said Muslims have the right to use violence: “We do have license to respond with all force necessary to our attackers.”

    He also says he believes in the teachings of Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna, which he describes as “the closest reflection of how Islam should be in this life.”

  26. Citizen12 said on 20 Aug 2010 at 9:41 am:
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  27. Cynic said on 20 Aug 2010 at 2:12 pm:
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    Not a Virginia voter, but if I were a Virginia voter, I would not vote for those two House Members no matter how much they paid me.

    These candidates have to report how much they received in donations, don’t they? Once they do report on their donations, we shall know just how much they received in donations from their supporters.

  28. Freedom said on 20 Aug 2010 at 2:44 pm:
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    Cynic, I wouldn’t either. However, there are those lefties who will vote for anything that has promise of hurting our country. :(

  29. Senator Scott Brown (RINO) said on 20 Aug 2010 at 5:57 pm:
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    Cynic, the two slimebags pols in question are not stupid enough to take money directly from the islamic crowd. The funds are diverted through third party donations. The dems have been doing this for many years and it is precisely how president Erkel got “elected”.

  30. legal2 said on 20 Aug 2010 at 8:52 pm:
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    BTW, does anyone know where our friendly muslim Faisal Gill is now (since leaving his post as policy director of Homeland Security - thank you GDub (sarcasm))?

  31. Cynic said on 20 Aug 2010 at 8:58 pm:
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    Senator Scott Brown (RINO),

    Here in Maryland, I think/suspect they do similar things like give government contracts to the “right people”/friends who then donate funds to the appropriate and proper political campaigns - and in Maryland these are mostly democrats.

  32. Freedom said on 21 Aug 2010 at 6:50 am:
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    legal2, I don’t know for sure, but I’ve heard that he picked up his marbles and moved to California.

  33. Freedom said on 23 Sep 2010 at 6:12 pm:
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    Is the guy in white an Imam, a cook, or perhaps both?

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