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Hizb along with all Jihadi groups continue to play the race/religion card or as they have so euphemistically termed it, Islamophobia. This article was writing in light of Oklahoma’s ban on the use of Shar’ ia in the State’s judicial system. Of course, the title of the article is highly inflammatory and at the same time childish. It is again the Muslim whine! What is interesting is the author’s final statement in which he states two things. First, Muslims ought to take note of the tide that is turning against Muslims. No, this is not a tide against Muslims but Jihadists, Shar’ ia and Mosques as staging centers for jihadi events. In addition he raises the question in the mind of the reader that they must rethink what it means to be an “American Muslim.” This statement is important for two reasons. First, note the hyphenated American. This multicultural nonsense is the same nonsense used by those who refuse to integrate into American society and culture. They instead demand that America conform to their standard.


But there there is a darker side to the statement as well. If the tide in American is turning against Muslims and they cannot legally exercise their rights as Americans, then what ought they to do? Of course, the author does not seem to have the guts to state outright what they ought to do for tactical reasons. Nevertheless, there is only one thing Islam can do in America in this situation and that is to take over the government. How? Well, anyone who knows anything about the true stance of Islam knows Jihad is the only answer.


I spy A spy. . .I spy a Muslim!


Tuesday, 26 October 2010 23:02 recently reported the case of Yasir Afifi, a 20 year-old US citizen of Arab descent who found a tracking device planted on his car by the FBI. Afifi discovered the device when taking his car in for repair and contacted law enforcement thinking it was an explosive device. Shortly thereafter, a team of 6 FBI agents and police officers came to his house demanding that he return it.

Reportedly Afifi asked, “Are you the guys that put it there?” the agent replied, “Yeah, I put it there. We’re going to make this much more difficult for you if you don’t cooperate.” This incident is another example of the U.S. Government’s growing practice of spying against its own citizens. The recent case of the anti-war activists in Chicago and Minneapolis illustrates that the current administration is following the previous one in spying on its citizens without warrant. Federal judges are even legitimizing the practice of invading private property to plant tracking devices under the “open field” precedent.

This trend is not only a mere infringement on privacy rights. Left unchecked it will shape public opinion to accept internment of citizens without warrant or reason as happened with the Japanese during World War II. Governments often use mandates, court rulings, and the media to shape public opinion. Muslims should take note of the turning tide against Muslims and re-think the rights we supposedly have, and what it means to be an “American Muslim”.

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