Sunday, November 08, 2009

Ft Hood Terrorist Linked To Al Qaeda Via Mosque, Hate Preacher

Story here.

ht: WND
Hasan, the sole suspect in the massacre of 13 fellow US soldiers in Texas, attended the controversial Dar al-Hijrah mosque in Great Falls, Virginia, in 2001 at the same time as two of the September 11 terrorists, The Sunday Telegraph has learnt. His mother's funeral was held there in May that year.
I've noticed that many Islamic terrorists and would-be terrorists who failed in their attempts have been linked to dangerous supremacists such as Al Qaeda via the mosques they attended.

We really do need to have a discussion in the Free World as to the dangers posed by extremist preachers in many mosques who are currently permitted, beyond what's constitutionally guaranteed, to incite hatred and deadly violence as well as merely officiate over Islamic worship ceremonies, which is what mosques are supposed to be for, as opposed to places where propagandists brainwash impressionable, "open-minded" worshippers by providing them poisonous misinformational kool-aid.

After all, hey, if Churches and Synagogues, and especially the very-persecuted Church of Scientology, obviously, were to be proven to be preaching hatred and inciting terrorism and murderous violence, you know they'd be raided and shut down by authorities. Remember, after all, how the Democratic Regime under Bill Clinton and Janet Reno attacked and burned the Branch Davidian compound? Notice how it's politically correct and socially acceptable to spread hatred and contempt against Scientologists and attack the Church of Scientology?

Why should Islamic mosques be protected from raid if they're proven to be sources of hate propaganda and deadly violence? Of course, there's the freedom of religion and expression that must be protected and left alone, but when folks disingenuously hide behind their alleged faith and the walls of their alleged houses of worship, misinterpreting, twisting and going beyond the actual religion's tenets for the purpose of fomenting politically-oriented hatred and deadly violence, the need and duty of the state to protect others' rights and safety takes precedence.