Skip to comments.U.S. Mosques (Wahhabis)
Posted on 04/23/2013 7:00:42 AM PDT by KeyLargo
Mosques in the U.S. are gaining popularity. Of the 1,200 mosques currently operating in the U.S., nearly 80 percent have been built in the past 12 years.
A large majority of mosques in the United States are led by Wahhabi clerics. Wahhabism is an extreme brand of Islam practiced dominantly in Saudi Arabia. According to Muslim estimates, up to 80 percent of mosques in the U.S. are owned, operated and led by Wahhabis.
These radical mosques often promote the installation of Sharia law, an extreme ideology that considers non-believers to be infidels. According to Wahhabis, Jihad or support of Jihad is a Muslim duty. They believe that suicide bombers and martyrs are worthy of the highest praise and reward. And radicals are anticipating the day when an Islamic state will one day span the U.S. More
Not all mosques in America are radical, but many have served as havens and meeting points for Islamic terrorist groups. Experts indicate 40 separate episodes connecting U.S. mosques to terrorist organizations in the past decade.
An in-depth study of 100 mosques and Islamic schools has found that 3 out of 4 Islamic centers are promoting anti-western and anti-American ideology. Many receive funding from Saudi Arabia and the Muslim Brotherhood.
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Apr. 23, 2013 7:54am Jonathon M. Seidl
No way are there only “1,200 mosques currently operating in the U.S.”
>Wahhabism is an extreme brand of Islam practiced dominantly in Saudi Arabia.<
Is that also the reason the Twin Towers were destroyed by Saudis and 80,000 Saudi “students” are today roaming around in the US?
Why this intimate and destructive Saudi/US connection?
to locate the mosques (aka islamic cultural centers, islamic prayer centers) in your area.
Also search for halal products and services in your area. It'll become clear very quickly how many mosques are actually in this country.
Thanks. I do not know how old the numbers are that the website has posted.
I agree that the numbers have to be higher.
US imam calls on Muslims in US to wage jihad
The controversial imam of a prominent mosque in Arlington, Va., has urged immigrant Muslims in the United States to wage war for Islam.
The enemies of Allah are lining up. The question for us is, are we lining [up] or are we afraid because they may call us terrorists? Shaker Elsayed told a crowd of Ethiopian Muslims during a lecture at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va.
Let me give you the good news: they are already calling us terrorists anyway. Whether you sitting at home, watching TV, drinking coffee, sleeping or playing with your kids, you are a terrorist because you are a Muslim.
Well, give them a run for their money. Make it worth it. Make this title worth it, and be a good Muslim, said the Cairo-born Muslim.
Well, the RINOs in the Bush family think the Saudis are wonderful. The US should never have intervened to save their butts from Saddam in the first Gulf War. What a waste.
Iran planned Boston bombings for 2 years
Source reveals research included high-value targets inside U.S.
Published: 1 day ago
Qasem Soleimani, the head of Irans Quds Forces, ordered reconnaissance and intelligence gathering on various events and public gatherings in the United States years ago, culminating in the bombings at the Boston Marathon one week ago, WND has learned.
Personally, I know real well where the mosques in my area are. Where no muslims resided at all, until they bought the buildings (often churches) and made mosques out of them.
But thanks for posting the links, they are useful to some folks.
The reason we saved the Saudi’s asses is a three-letter word — OIL.
(Something we got plenty of, ourselves)
Iran — shiite, Chechnia — sunni. Something doesn’t jive.
Also consider the Saudi kid who was caught at the Marathon mishap and who suddenly was whisked off to his place of origin.
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