I was not planning on doing any reporting tonight, but while walking through the city something caught my eye, and it was not this:
For years myself and many others here have been speaking out against the suicidal interfaith conferences, that are held between Christians, Jews, and Muslims who are conning them into believing that Islam is non-Muslim friendly.
On Wednesday evening a Logan’s Warning correspondent was planning on attending one of these events.
The picture above was taken from this week’s ACT!/Zuhdi Jasser/Peter King’s rally in support of the NYPD. One of the “big” points of the event was that there were “moderate” Muslims attending in support of the NYPD. What is interesting about the picture is the Muslim man in the middle, with the cap and sun glasses on. He is Imam Mohammad Abdul Qayyoom, head of the Muhammadi Community Center in Jackson Heights. The Imam is petitioning to make Mohammad’s birthday a national holiday! Yes, that right! He wants America to honor his pedophile and rapist hero. I know, I know….he’s a “moderate”….good work there Zuhdi and King.
Most of the regulars here most likely know that I am no fan of the “moderate” Muslims, are coming to the rescue line of thinking. That strategy was tried in the UK, and it was a huge failure. If one takes an honest look at the situation, you will see that this line of thinking, is nothing more than wishful thinking.
Not only is it wishful thinking, it also spreads false hope in the war with Islam. The reality is that Islam is clearly on the move in America, and “moderate” Muslims are not coming to the rescue. It is past time that the non-Muslims of America realize this.
Over the years of debating with non-Muslims on whether there is a threat of Islam, I have heard plenty of excuses from Muslim/Islam apologists. One of them that has been repeatedly thrown at me, was that Muslims are nowhere near the majority. So they are not a threat. But that is far from the truth.
Never in my entire life did I recall music being broadcast onto the streets of NY from a food cart. But over the last year or two, there have been plenty of firsts for me in the city. One was hearing the Islamic prayers being broadcast onto the streets from a West side Mosque, another was seeing halal food carts surrounding Ground Zero and spread across the city like a spiderweb, and a third was seeing Muslims rallying at Times Square in support of the “Egyptian Revolution”. A revolution that has put Islamic political parties like the Muslim Brotherhood into a position of power. Another recent first took place the other day when I was walking through the city, and could not help but hear Egyptian music being blasted like a rock concert for all to hear.
This afternoon on a cold, wet, winter day, Muslims took to the streets in support of the “the great Egyptian people”. In the recent election that took place in Egypt, “the great Egyptian people” voted in Islam parties to the tune of 2/3Rd’s of the seats in their government. With the pro-Sharia Muslim Brotherhood taking the lions share. This rally was lead by the same guy who took the stage at a recent UN rally for Palestinian statehood. He says they stand against dictators, but not a word about the Muslim Brotherhood. Muslims living in America would never be be pro-Sharia. Nah, that could never happen…
Strolling through the Times Square area the other day, I could not help but notice a man standing and making motions with his arms, while mumbling under his breath. He was another Muslim who turned the streets of NYC into a Mosque. When I spotted him praying I stopped to watch. As he was praying some customers walked up to his food cart, and he stopped to service them. Will Allah be happy about that?! After the customers left, I caught the end of his lazy prayer on film. As he never hit the floor.
Last Friday night a Logan’s Warning correspondent headed over the Hilton NY located at 53rd St and the Avenue of Americas. That night Brooklyn’s infamous Islamic preacher of hate, Imam Wahhaj was hosting a fund raiser in a 3rd floor ballroom, for the 30th anniversary of his Bedford-Stuyvesant Masjid al-Taqwa.
It was taken in NYC.