Hallowed Ground is not decided by Feisal Abdul Rauf and no Muslim has the right to say anything about it.

If a White person can’t say NIGER, then why should Muslims be allowed ANYTHING at all.

If the idea of unsavory enterprises being around be the reason why it can’t be Hallowed ground, then WHY would Muslims want a Mosque there?

They have not apologized in ANY meaningful way, nor has TERRORISM ended in the name of ISLAM and Mohamed, it’s henchman.

If Muslims were actually thinking about reform and peace, then they would be quiet now and retract their fangs.  They would see the KORAN as something to CHANGE and they would IMPLEMENT reform movements.  They would not bulge out their chests and ruffle the feathers.  They WOULD integrate in to the WEST.  But, they don’t! Their ACTIONS by building Mosques and wearing burqua’s  are OFFENSIVE political statements meant to provoke.  They are seemingly preparing for the day their CRITICAL mass is reached.  This is coming FAST.  They recruit and reproduce.  The Muslim GENERATION is 1/2 of the WEST’s.  They begin breeding, in some places in the WEST, as young as 14.  Children “sold” (adoptions) to “guardians” (older men) to be nothing more than one of 4 potential wives.  They legally don’t marry.  They only BREED.  These men can have even MORE wives and they DON’T have to support them.   It doesn’t matter to them that their own Q’RAN says that they have to be able to support their wives, because the state supports them. THAT is still counted as SUPPORT by them.  They can have as many divorces as they want.  Which means that they can get married every night of the week, then get divorced the following morning.

Hallowed ground!

It’s OUR hallowed ground.  The Muslims with their irreverence of our laws and customs have DEFILED all the ground in the WEST.  Islam is the HELL we can’t even SEE from the vantage point we live in, in America, that is.  Americas eyes are slow to open.  Imam Feisal is opening them.

Bloomberg is a conceited and fallen Jew.  He is not a representation of ANYTHING Jewish.  He’s a Communist and a POLITICIAN.  A SNAKE!  Our leaders, who divert our eyes and those who don’t speak the truth,  political correctness be damned, they are committing acts of sedition by providing aid and comfort to the enemy and not NAMING the enemy is a WEAPON used through the ages to confuses the masses.  Jeremiah at the temple gate was ignored by good people because the priests (rank with power) diverted their attention from the call to duty.

Meanwhile, our national security is NO MORE.  Thanks Janet.  This woman has made America defenseless. This traitor should be called out for being exactly that.  This IMAM should be sent back to the Middle East and to the DARK AGES.

Imam Says NYC Mosque Site Is Not ‘Hallowed Ground’:

Published September 13, 2010

| FoxNews.com

Sept. 13: Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, executive director of the Cordoba Initiative, addresses the Council on Foreign Relations in New York (AP).

Sept. 13: Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, executive director of the Cordoba Initiative, addresses the Council on Foreign Relations in New York (AP).

The imam leading the effort to build an Islamic community center and mosque near ground zero says there is a “misperception” that the proposed site is sacred ground.

Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf said Monday that the location where the center would be built, two blocks from the World Trade Center, has a strip joint and betting parlors nearby. He says it’s “absolutely disingenuous” to suggest that it is “hallowed ground.”

Rauf, speaking before the Council on Foreign Relations, also said that a resolution to the raging debate over its location is being examined.

“We are exploring all options as we speak right now, and we are working to what will be a solution, God willing, that will resolve this crisis, diffuse it and not create any unforeseen or untoward circumstances that we do not want to see happen,” Rauf said during a question-and-answer session following his speech Monday.

He did not elaborate on whether the options included moving the center from a site two blocks from the World Trade Center.

But in response to a later question, Rauf said the proposed location, while controversial, was important.

“We need a platform where the voice of moderate Muslims can be amplified. … This is an opportunity that we must capitalize on so the voice of moderate Muslims will have a megaphone,” he said.

During his remarks, Rauf also raised the question of whether the project was worth the controversy.

“The answer is a categorical yes,” he said. “Why? Because this center will be a place for all faiths to come together in mutual respect.”

He noted: “The world will be watching what we do here.”

He also decried some aspects of the debate surrounding the proposal.

“Let us therefore reject those who would use this crisis … for political gain or even for fame,” he said.

Critics of the proposal say putting a mosque so close to where Islamic extremists brought down the World Trade Center in 2001 shows disrespect for the dead. Supporters cite religious freedom.

Fox News’ Eric Shawn and the Associated Press contributed to this report

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/09/13/imam-says-nyc-mosque-site-hallowed-ground/

President Obama recorded a video message today for the ceremony marking the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz:  We have a sacred duty to remember the twisted thinking that led here—how a great society of culture and science succumbed to the worst instincts of man and rationalized mass murder and one of the most barbaric acts in history.  We have a sacred duty to remember the cruelty that occurred here, as told in the simple objects that speak to us even now.  The suitcases that still bear their names.  The wooden clogs they wore.  The round bowls from which they ate.  Those brick buildings from which there was no escape—where so many Jews died with Sh’ma Israel on their lips.  And the very earth at Auschwitz, which is still hallowed by their ashes—Jews and those who tried to save them, Polish and Hungarian, French and Dutch, Roma and Russian, straight and gay, and so many others.       But even as we recall man’s capacity for evil, Auschwitz also tells another story—of man’s capacity for good.  The small acts of compassion—the sharing of some bread that kept a child alive.  The great acts of resistance that blew up the crematorium and tried to stop the slaughter.  The Polish Rescuers and those who earned their place forever in the Righteous Among the Nations. - A Speech that rings HOLLOW today through the hindsight of actions that Obama has performed to this point. EMPTY.

President Obama recorded a video message today for the ceremony marking the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz: We have a sacred duty to remember the twisted thinking that led here—how a great society of culture and science succumbed to the worst instincts of man and rationalized mass murder and one of the most barbaric acts in history. We have a sacred duty to remember the cruelty that occurred here, as told in the simple objects that speak to us even now. The suitcases that still bear their names. The wooden clogs they wore. The round bowls from which they ate. Those brick buildings from which there was no escape—where so many Jews died with Sh’ma Israel on their lips. And the very earth at Auschwitz, which is still hallowed by their ashes—Jews and those who tried to save them, Polish and Hungarian, French and Dutch, Roma and Russian, straight and gay, and so many others. But even as we recall man’s capacity for evil, Auschwitz also tells another story—of man’s capacity for good. The small acts of compassion—the sharing of some bread that kept a child alive. The great acts of resistance that blew up the crematorium and tried to stop the slaughter. The Polish Rescuers and those who earned their place forever in the Righteous Among the Nations. - A Speech that rings HOLLOW today through the hindsight of actions that Obama has performed to this point. EMPTY.

The 1862 campaign was mainly about individual soldiers who overcame incredible hardships to support a cause in which they believed, and this is ultimately what makes these fields hallowed ground.

The 1862 campaign was mainly about individual soldiers who overcame incredible hardships to support a cause in which they believed, and this is ultimately what makes these fields hallowed ground.

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