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DOJ Probes Five (Absurd) ‘Anti-Muslim Acts’

From a determined to find an anti-Muslim backlash somewhere Associated Press:

DOJ investigating at least 5 anti-Muslim acts

By MARK SHERMAN (AP)
September 7, 2010

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department is investigating a handful of apparently anti-Muslim incidents in four states, including the stabbing of a Muslim cab driver in New York City.

FBI agents and civil rights division investigators also are looking into vandalism and other incidents at mosques or mosque construction sites in Arlington, Texas; Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Madera, Calif.; and Waterport, N.Y.

The open criminal investigations were confirmed by civil rights division spokeswoman Xochitl Hinojosa in response to a query from The Associated Press.

Why did the Associated Press make this query? What prompted them? Are they trying to make news to drive their agenda?

Five supposed “anti-Muslim acts” in a nation of 300 million people is not usually the stuff of headlines.

Attorney General Eric Holder met Tuesday with Muslim and other religious leaders to discuss the attacks and the uproar over a planned mosque near ground zero in New York

The religious leaders had sought a forceful public statement from Holder condemning hate crimes and an order for his community relations service to try to defuse tensions over plans by a Gainesville, Fla., church to burn copies of the Quran on Saturday, the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

Has Mr. Holder ordered his “community relations service to try to defuse tensions over” the ‘Ground Zero Mosque’? If not, why not?

And exactly where in the US are there any tensions over this stunt from a crackpot in Texas with fewer than 50 followers? Or is Mr. Holder going to send his “community relations service” to the Muslim countries around the world? 

The White House, Pentagon and State Department all have said the desecration of the Quran could endanger U.S. troops and civilians abroad. But the church’s pastor, Terry Jones, said he still intends to go ahead

Where are the statements from the White House, Pentagon and State Department pointing out that Mr. Jones has a right under our Constitution to burn a Koran, even though one might question the wisdom of doing so?

Among the incidents under investigation as potential hate crimes, all dating from July and August:

A Muslim cab driver in New York City had his face and throat slashed in a suspected hate crime. Michael Enright of Brewster, N.Y., has been indicted on state hate-crime charges in the attack and could also face assault and attempted murder charges.

And never mind that the alleged attacker was clearly drunk and seemingly deranged. Or that he worked for an interfaith group that supported the building of the ‘Ground Zero Mosque.’

Arson at the site of a future mosque in Murfreesboro, where leaders of the local Islamic Center won permission in the spring to build a new mosque after outgrowing their rented space.

Arson? Where there is nothing built?

A brick nearly smashed a window at the Madera Islamic Center in central California, where signs were left behind that read, "Wake up America, the enemy is here," and "No temple for the god of terrorism."

“A brick nearly smashed a window” and this is considered a federal case – a “hate crime” – worthy of the investigation by the FBI?

A fire and graffiti at the Dar El-Eman Islamic Center in Arlington, Texas.

Graffiti? That is now a federal crime? By the way, according to local reports, it was only a piece playground equipment at the mosque that was burned. (See the photo above.)

We have our doubts that this is the work of a hate-filled Islamophobe.

Police arrested five teenagers after the son of one of the founders of a mosque in Waterport, N.Y., on Lake Ontario was sideswiped by a sport utility vehicle. One teen was charged with firing a shotgun in the air near the mosque a few days earlier.

Someone tangentially related to a mosque gets in a car accident, and this is being investigated as a hate crime by the FBI

Meanwhile, we are told that the government cannot deport illegal aliens because they don’t have the resources?

We have gone through the looking glass.

This article was posted by Steve on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

38 Responses to “DOJ Probes Five (Absurd) ‘Anti-Muslim Acts’”

  1. AcornsRNutz says:

    Muslim cab driver stabbed? Sorry, but there are probably thousands of muslim cab drivers in NYC. And they get robbed, stabbed and shot all the time (messed up, but true). What evidence is there that this is a hate crime apart from the guy being a muslim? Did he scream out a bible passage, scream “Praise be to Jesus!” as he slashed and hacked people down like brambles with a machete? Oh wait, thats the muslim tactic in Africa.

    So send this dope to prison for attempted murder for a very long time. And then find some real news to report on. This is ludicrous.

    • Rusty Shackleford says:

      Acorn, as you know this is an attempt to connect dots that are not only not on the same piece of paper, but in completely different books. Not only do they not have anything to do with each other, they have nothing to do with “hating” moose-limbs, except that the apparent *ahem* “victims” were of that smelly persuasion.

    • AcornsRNutz says:

      Dale, err I mean Rusty, I admire your summary of the situation. But to be fair, several of the American converts to islam do bathe on a fairly regular basis, although that doesn’t seem to dissuade them from occasionally shooting citizens.

    • Rusty Shackleford says:

      “…American converts to islam do bathe on a fairly regular basis”

      “One sparrow don’t make a Summer.”

      And to be fair, I’m sure many of them are “nice people” but what the socialists fail to grasp is that they cannot control what people think, or even feel, for that matter, much as they would like to believe it’s so. I was always taught that my thoughts and my emotions are, in fact, choices. Emotions are tough, to be sure but in the classic 1950’s sense, the sign of an adult is one who is in control of both their heart and their mind. The mind comes first, the heart comes with experience and the realization that not everything is the end of the world.

      For many centuries and cultures, the emotional roller coaster has risen and fallen. Some cultures embrace logic, pragmatism and thought, while affording some room for emotion while others embrace the emotions, letting their passions guide them. And, we arrive to the modern world where a great mix of it all has come.

      My point is that I find myself suspicious of all muslims. OK, that makes me a bigot. But, I will also not be the one who’s surprised when the “average middle-American” type, who happens to be muslim comes up with a plan and acquires funding for blowing up a building in NYC.

      Is this the same as wanting to incarcerate Japanese-Americans in WW-II? I don’t know. On the surface, I guess I’d have to say, “yes” and again, that makes me a bigot. But also, when I examine the muslims culture I see no reason not to think that my next door neighbor wouldn’t be just as happy to see me without my head, in spite of the fact that I don’t mock his “religion” or treat him any differently than I would anyone else. I don’t associate with him because that is my CHOICE.

      And, I tend to get annoyed with people who make every effort to kiss his ass in a show of “good faith” so that my neighbor will “approve” of them. On the other hand, if he came over and needed help with his lawnmower, I would be fine with helping him out. No, I would not sabotage his mower. However, the thought would pass through my mind that if I do help him with his mower, and it malfunctions, will he then come over and blame me? “Well”, I would say to myself, “Let’s see how this goes.” I will be accommodating but if I smell a rat, I will revert back to being an isolationist.

      I have found that people are people and have many of the same core values. My reading of ancient Roman texts (translated, I can’t read Latin) has taught me this: That those core values change very little. Where the waters get muddied is in the brain where the right brain and left clash on control.

      A professor without passion is a robot
      An artist without reason is a fool.

      Sometime when islam grew legs, it went haywire. Maybe that’s the case with all religions and has to evolve to a point of reason. Christianity certainly had bloody periods, and mostly in the name of Christianity. However, studying that, one finds that it wasn’t the religion itself that was the problem so much as it was the people who were entrusted with it’s stewardship.

      Is this the same as what’s happening throughout islam? When I read the hateful words that tell followers of these “teachings” to kill infidels and that to fight for islam is the highest calling…I have a problem. Christianity has been diversified in a manner only a capitalistic society can. Islam, not so much. Sitting Bull is quoted as saying, “You white men confuse me; You say that there is but one true religion. If that is so, why do you differ about it so greatly?”

      Hm.

      Islam doesn’t permit very much diversity.

      But insofar as I have seen what the “teachings” of islam have wrought, I have to say that it is an immature religion at best; Has a long way to go before I consider it civilized and is at least 700 years behind Western thinking. A time capsule, if you will. This is why I laugh when the imams expose themselves to hypocrisy when they cite our own Constitution for the right to religious freedom. It’s like a blacks-only study center on a college campus…oh…wait.

      So if there are a few “peaceful” muslims about. Fine. However, again, by not openly condemning the violent ones, they are now complicit. So I’m blaming an entire group on the actions of a few. But one would think that with 2 billion of them, there would be a modest few who might stand up and be counted as not-for-violence. As I’ve said, their silence is deafening. And I think the president, although quite possibly NOT a muslim, is doing what he can to side with the muslims because after he wrecks this country, the muslims are the ones who will take over everything and he wants to be with the “in” crowd. But…he fails to reckon that the crocodiles may eat him last, but eat him they will.

    • AcornsRNutz says:

      I don’t think it makes you a bigot. I think it makes you human. Perhaps wrong some of the time, but a suspiscion of a muslim based solely on the fact that he is, is not only something I share, but it is part of the survival instinct of man. The thing is, I am only suspicious to the point that I pay more attention. I do not advocate legal recourse against people just because they are something we should all be suspicious of, but I refuse to accept it as bigotry that we are suspicious.

      Cops don’t investigate crimes by going after those who they have no suspicion may have done something wrong. And that suspicion comes from facts about the crime in question as well as facts about the persons who may commit such a crime (Profiling. They say its bad, but how come we have so many crime drama shows about professional profilers? But I digress). To use that analogy, the perpetrators of countless evils throughout the world are muslims, and having spent a good amount of time studying them, their religion is FUNDAMENTALLY one of what Christians, Jews, Buddhists, and most others would call evil. If that is something they wish to change, it seems to me the impetus is on them, not we who acknowledge your comment regarding summers and sparrows.

      In any case, the evils of my personal racial/religios/sexual preference thoughts are between myself and my God. My actions are the only thing anyone else need concern themselves with, and I would not commit any racially motivate crime nor tolerate the commission of them in my prescence. As far as I’m concerned that means I am no bigot.

    • Rusty Shackleford says:

      Agreed.

      Very cogent.

      I doubt any liberal/socialist blog could have such discourse. I always enjoy your point of view.

    • AcornsRNutz says:

      Thank you, Rusty. And no, I doubt this would be found in the lefty-wack blogosphere. Then again, these are people who think plastic bags are more worthy of being banned than abortion.

  2. GetBackJack says:

    It’s past time to investigate Mr. Holder’s treasons.

  3. proreason says:

    If you live in a state with 60,000,000 citizens, there’s a good chance one of them might have commited an “anti-Muslim” act.

    Oh wait, there aren’t any states that big.

    • Rusty Shackleford says:

      In my spare time I like to draw cartoons of muhammed, then I line my birdcage with them. It’s probably a “hate crime” but I have to admit, it sure does make me feel better.

  4. untrainable says:

    First of all the term “Hate Crime” is a moronic concept on it’s face. Real justice has nothing to do with the motivation behind a crime. A crime is a crime is a crime. You absolutely cannot know what the reasons for someone elses emotions are at any given time. Unfortunately for us, equal justice under the law is a concept that has apparently been thrown totally aside in favor of some politically correct, and recently at least, islamo-friendly or even islamo-centric sense of not “live and let live”, but “submit and let live”.

    Eric Holder should have his feet held to the fire. Where are the left wing lawyers on separation of church and state now? Holding their tongues for fear of an islamic backlash? When stories like this are tossed out, it is only to intimidate the masses into tolerating that which should not be tolerated.

    • Rusty Shackleford says:

      People like Holder would be wise to remember that adage about feeding the crocodile, hoping it will eat him last.

      Thank You, Mr Chruchill

    • AcornsRNutz says:

      Why is a hate crime a moronic concept? I mean, don’t the accumulated (percieved) injustices to others of your race/religion/sexual preference entitle you to extra-equal justice? I’m pretty sure that’s what the founding father’s intended when they wrote their living document some 80 years ago.

    • Right of the People says:

      Acorns,

      The constitution is not a “living” document, that is a fallacy perpetuated by the libwits who use the judiciary to create legislation they know would never fly if subjected to scrutiny in the legislative branch. The constitution can be modified by the amendment process, that is why it was created in the first place. The founding fathers realized that they document they created while quite wise was not perfect and put in place the tool to help it strive for that perfection. And what happened in 1930 concerning the constitution anyway since you say this document was created 80 years ago? Was that maybe something FDR and his band of socialists did?

      As far as “hate” crimes are concerned, aren’t all crimes of violence crimes of hate? What other motivation is there to murder someone or rape a women other than hate? From your argument it sounds like you are from some “oppressed” minority group who now feels entitled to extra privileges because of this oppression.

    • AcornsRNutz says:

      The constitution is a bit older than 80 too. This is the trouble with internet communication (and why I hate text messaging). My humorous inflection was lost in translation.

      To be a bit more literal, the constitution doesn’t define justice, but I think the concept of a hate crime would never have passed any sort of court before that general timeframe when the constitution was beginning to become quaint in the eyes of the ruling class, 80-100 ish years ago. For the record I do actually regard the concept of a living document and a hate crime foolish. Extra-equal justice is a concept I just came up with, and is probably extra-equally stupid.

    • untrainable says:

      Acorn, I got your humor in spades. When I got to the constitution “some 80 years ago”, I shot Mt Dew through my nose. My eyes are still watering.

      Thanks…

    • wardmama4 says:

      -‘When stories like this are tossed out, it is only to intimidate the masses into tolerating that which should not be tolerated.’- Pretty much hits the damn nail squarely on the head.

      We The People need to wake up – this is not a joke, this is a very dangerous shift in American dynamics and values where (pardon my paraphrase) but it is becoming a crime to live while white. Economics be damned – if we do not have a country – values that set us apart from the World and have held us in good stead for 230 years – to be trivialized and demeaned to the point where anybody can accuse anyone (white) and it will be over investigated with no proof what-so-ever and yet, and yet a true crime against one of the most sacred institutions of America – i.e. the NBPP case can get ignored and dismissed – it is the beginning of the end.

      All crime is a ‘hate’ crime – it is the difference that these ‘laws’ are making that is at the core of the destruction of the American way of life – and We The People need to stand up against it or we will lose.

      God Help America
      A Proud American Infidel

    • BannedbytheTaliban says:

      Hate crime is a liberal wet dream, on par with thought crimes. It is the camel’s nose under the tent for instituting social engineering and despotism via the police power of the government, much like the health care bill is intended to kill off private health care and usher in a new golden age of socialized death. Here is how I see it playing out in 20 years or so:

      Any politician who isn’t a democrat will cut funding to food stamps and welfare. Since the majority of recipients of food stamps and welfare are minorities, cutting said programs is hateful. Therefore, if you vote for a republican or independent or libertarian you are guilty of a hate crime. Thus ‘extra-equal justice’ for all.

      “So doped up on diversion
      That they don’t know what it means
      To be free to hate the ones you hate
      Free to love the ones you love
      Free to like the land you live on
      Not the one who leads”
      -Butch Walker

    • tranquil.night says:

      WM is right and if there’s one Conservative Knight that still needs to fully open his eyes it’s Hannity. He’s got a great working-class Christian ethic, and there’s no doubt he’s one of a kind for us when it comes to networking America with our political experts as well as stimulating (futile) discourse with the other side, but I wish he would spend more time away from the political insiders and focus groups and actually listen to the intellectual Conservative Underground he claims to spearhead. Ideology is not his strength, but until he gets comfortable with the fact that everything happening with this regime is on purpose and that they’re actively pursuing divisive tactics against us, he’s going to get played. He says it all the time: too much about this administration is just “unexplainable.” No Sean, it’s very, very explainable. You have to be willing to learn.

      On this Koran burning hate crime, he’s taken the bait hook, line and sinker. His interview with the pastor conducting the event was worse than awful and a completely thuggish attempt to throw public pressure into getting him to call it off. Come on, at least try to understand from where he’s coming. It’s not like the New York Times is ever going to give him an op/ed page to explain himself.

      Hey Sean, guess what: America may not be at war with Islam, but Americanism is at war with Islamism, our Ruling Class is sympathetic to the enemy, and the Koran is an accurate physical cornerstone of our enemies’ motives since they govern by Theology – whether our Generals, Imam in Chief, or anyone short of Jesus Christ himself says otherwise.
      It may not be a popular truth, in fact it may be a very dangerous one.

      But come to find out, the world may be much much more dangerous than you want to believe. I know that scares you but now’s not the time to be naive. Chew on it, along with this piece by Asra Nomani writing at The Daily Beast.

    • hushpuppy says:

      I realise I’m quite probably annoying a few of you in here with my incessant quoting of the Bible lately. I am not trying to convert anyone. I am doing this is for anyone who many not be familiar with Scriptures and what God has to say on a given topic to be compared side by side with the crapola known as the koran.

      Seems government officials, the military and the POTUS is hell bent on shoving this PC garbage as the new normal. So – I figured I’d give anyone so inclined the opportunity to see for themselves what taqiya it all is!

      I listened to and studied The Politically Incorrect Book to Islam and the Crusades, as well as listened to and studied a dozen other books that compare islam with Christianity. Then compared directly what God’s Word had to say versus the Sura and Hadiths so that when some moron decides to try to snow me on the ‘wonders’ of islam, I can regurgitate their lying and contradictory sayings and counter them with God’s inspired Word to shut them up. I’ve had the great opportunity to do that quite a few times over the last couple of years and I have to admit it’s a good deal of fun shutting those b@st@rds up.

      My intent is not to give an opportunity to irritate anyone, my intent is to educate anyone who may not know what’s in the Bible, so that they can compare and prove all things themselves.

      Finally – the last reason I compare and contrast with scripture is for the edification of any islamic asshat who might be lurking and reading just like that other clown from a week or two back. Notice he left rather quickly? What they hope to do is confuse those who don’t know what’s in the Bible and use that confusion to lure them into checking it out for themselves.

  5. Astravogel says:

    Say, Rusty, what’s the bird’s take on the cartoons?

    • Rusty Shackleford says:

      Y’know, that bird has no respect for my efforts. Guess the imams will have to issue a fatwah for little Mr Nibbs.

    • tranquil.night says:

      LOL, careful Rusty, the enemy watches us.

      The fatwah may be on Mr. Nibbs but Holder’s coming for you.

      No one’s going to accuse him of being a racist.

  6. beautyofreason says:

    I’m glad our government has its priorities straight. Considering that there are more “hate crimes” against Christians and Jews in the United States than Muslims, can they guide us against the horrors of Christianophobia and Judeophobia?

    • untrainable says:

      Only if the hate crimes against Jews are committed by Christians, and the hate crimes against Christians are committed by Jews. Of course we all know that muslims are all about peace and tolerance and building bridges, so they could never commit a “hate crime”.

    • beautyofreason says:

      Good point untrainable. Actually I’m not in favor of the government lecturing the American people on tolerance. We are among the most tolerant people in the world.

      What I hate is simply the double standard, especially by the Islamophiles in the Obama administration.

  7. oldpuppydixie says:

    Suspects need simply claim membership in the Black Panthers. Case dismissed.

  8. hushpuppy says:

    Well maybe if someone were to have offered a muslim prayer…

    Hartford’s Inclusion of Muslim Prayers in Council Meetings Sparks Outrage

    By Stephen Clark Published September 08, 2010| FoxNews.com

    The decision by Hartford, Conn., leaders to begin kicking off their council meetings with a Koranic prayer — in a show of solidarity with Muslims — led to a busy morning Wednesday for staff members who were bombarded by hate mail overnight.

    “All night long, the e-mails have been coming,” Petrel Maylor, an executive assistant to Council President Jo Winch, told FoxNews.com. “I’ve been called everything except a child of God.”

    Winch, who was holding a news conference Wednesday to explain the change in invocations, gave her blessing to Muslim prayer in a press release Tuesday.

    “I feel it is very important that, as a council, we project a culture of inclusiveness in the city of Hartford,” Winch said in the release. “Too often it is our differences that divide us. In my opinion, it is our combination of differences that makes us strong.”

    Council leaders decided they would invite local imams “to perform the invocations at beginning of the council meetings in September,” a break from the typical start of meetings with Christian prayers, or occasionally an invocation by a rabbi.

    “One of the goals of the council is to give a voice to the many diverse peoples of the city, which is especially important given the recent anti-Islam events throughout the country,” the press release said.

    But critics say Hartford leaders are making an eternal mistake.

    “If they check their history, we’re a Christian nation,” said Pat McEwen, a spokeswoman for Operation Save America, an evangelical Christian group. “For years, prayers just referred to God. I think breaking with that tradition is a bad idea.”

    “Now, I think no general body should start its sessions with any prayer,” said Barry Lynn, executive director for Americans United for Separation of Church and State. “City council is supposed to make sure potholes get fixed and residents have the best cable service possible. They are not supposed to become pastors or religious officials in any way.”

    But Lynn called it “fundamental Christian hypocrisy” to oppose the use of Islamic texts.

    “They have no problem as long as their prayers are prayed, but as soon as the next guy’s prayers are uttered, they’re outraged. This is a sad example of the intolerant hypocrisy of this still vibrant religious right,” Lynn told FoxNews.com.

    http://tinyurl.com/285ruas

    I wonder how ‘inclusive’ they really are if someone were to stand up, remind everyone of the importance of God for the founding of the nation, the founding fathers, laws, all good blessings, and then read the 10 Commandments out of the book of Exodus 20: 1-17, and Deuteronomy 5:6–21 which includes the warnings contained in the first 4 Commandments:

    Thou shalt have no other gods before me.

    Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth:

    Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me; And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.

    Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain; for the LORD will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.

    Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy.

    People ought to be careful what they wish for: by excluding God and embracing islam, people just might have to worship a false god allah and be the recipients of God’s punishments.

    Scary stuff.

  9. canary says:

    Holder’s meeting with muslims falls in the category of a “prayer summit mediation”.

    Holder has put himself in an unorthodox Czar position of getting up close and personal, not performing his position over the judicial position.

    I can think of much more productive things preacher Jones could do for 9/11 or to show his faith. Such as
    fly some airplanes over Afghanistan and drop loads of bibles & candy.

    • tranquil.night says:

      “Such as fly some airplanes over Afghanistan and drop loads of bibles & candy.”

      I’d rent some drones from Google Earth to drop the risk factor down a bit but yeah, great idea. Very Christian of you Canary.

      I’m still trying to wrap my head around this because the narratives are so out of whack because Bam sent Petraeus out. But lately I’ve been thinking that one’s gotta figure there’s a bit of a fallacy to the argument that they’re protesting from the safety of Florida while the troops are going to see increased risk on the front lines. This doesn’t endanger the mission and if an attack on the troops isn’t because we’re burning Koran’s then it’s because of one of a zillion other reasons.

      If anyone is making themselves a target, it’s this church and its congregation.

      Doesn’t look like the truth has much of a shot on this one though. Ah well, it’s a small loss but it’s worrisome because this is only the start of a bigger and potentially explosive ideological discourse. Now that the Left has sniffed out a weakness, they’re just going to keep throwing the turd in the fan. They have plenty of it around.

    • canary says:

      My opinion is his actions are unlawful & prejudice to give legal advice to anyone outside the court of law, and not until a normal process was followed.
      This is extreme bias & prejudice favoring a select group of people within a select religion.
      And they are getting it free at taxpayer’s expense, and apparently in private!
      The people of the U.S. of America have the right to know exactly word for word what was discussed.

  10. proreason says:

    You have to treat this one and the koran burning like the 24x7x365 accusations of racism.

    You can’t stop them from lying, but you don’t have to amplify the lies.

    And NEVER feel guilty about speaking the truth.

    And if you don’t think the liberal racists would do exactly what the islamic terrorists do if they thought they could get away with it, go back to watching your cartoons.

    • tranquil.night says:

      Ah, a refreshing slice of Proreason for what ails me.

      I’m kind of praying that they’re going to repent on this. I think in a weird way America has recieved their message – so if they recieve America’s message and call it off, then I think they can turn weakness to strength here.. and go from crackpots to genuinely frustrated and concerned (if not foolish) faith group.

    • proreason says:

      It wasn’t directed at you or any other poster here tn, particularly the gratuitous slam against the children of the left.

  11. Mithrandir says:

    LET ME GET THIS STRAIGHT

    We are supposedly creating more bin ladens, BECAUSE,

    ★We are over there.
    ★We are bombing people.
    ★We are Christians on Muslim soil.
    ★We are creating more terrorists with every act that we do.

    HOWEVER On our own soil, exercising our own rights, such as the Koran-burning sect:
    ☞ We can’t exercise our rights.
    ☞We are creating more terror.
    ☞We are intolerant of Muslims ON OUR SOIL.
    ☞We are creating more terrorists.

    Seems like no matter what we do, we are upsetting Muslims just by taking in air. Are we going to need to get some Imam to give us permission to do that too?

    • canary says:

      Gen Petraeus has alot of nerve stating that the book burning will endanger our troops.
      Gen Petraeus endangers our troops all the time. “Now try not to fire your gun. Just try and take cover til the bad guys leave. Go serve those muslims some tea..”

      Read Gen Petraeus’s view on gay issue interview. It was so so mushy. He should have said he’s focused on more important issues at hand. His nose is so far up Obama’s as.

  12. canary says:

    How did the preacher go about getting all these quran books.


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