Joyce and Vincent Boland with a photo of their son, Vincent, Jr., who died on 9/11 while working as a Marshall McLelan business analyst on the 97th floor of Tower 1. He was 25 years old and Mrs. Boland said of him ,”No mother could have asked for a better son.” Photo El Marco
Join us in fighting the abomination, a mega mosque at the burial ground looking down in conquest on the cemetery that is Ground Zero.
WE WILL BE BACK PROTESTING ON SEPTEMBER 11TH -- MAKE PLANS TO BE THERE. And be prepared to sit-in -- moms, dads, gold star moms, vets, brothers, sisters, by the thousands ....they will not break ground. We will camp out.
In the ultimate act of Islamic conquest and callous insensitivity to the victims' families and all Americans who were attacked by islamic jihad on 9/11/01, the Free Gaza, Jew-killing supporting Imam and his Islamic supremacist wife are ignoring the pleas and cries from millions of Americans, and intend to build their Islamic supremacist mosque.
Here Imam Rauf struggles with "terrorism" as a "complicated" issue. No, it's not. But for the Imam, the issue is good and evil, and he comes down, yet again, on the wrong side.
The imam, at Friday prayers two weeks ago, said he didn't understand the hostility of the opposition to the monster mosque, especially since our "children and our grandchildren would be Muslim."
That's who is building a mega mosque on the hallowed ground of the World Trade Center.
Check out these two jihadists -- the Imam and his deceitful wife. They speak of "building bridges" and "outreach," yet completely ignore the pain and the pleas of patriots and Americans asking them to stop this divisiveness, this insult, this slap in our national face.
The imam behind plans to build a controversial Ground Zero mosque yesterday refused to describe Hamas as a terrorist organization.
According to the State Department's assessment, "Hamas terrorists, especially those in the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, have conducted many attacks, including large-scale suicide bombings, against Israeli civilian and military targets."
Asked if he agreed with the State Department's assessment, Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf told WABC radio, "Look, I'm not a politician.
"The issue of terrorism is a very complex question," he told interviewer Aaron Klein.
Asked again for his opinion on Hamas, an exasperated Rauf wouldn't budge.
"I am a peace builder. I will not allow anybody to put me in a position where I am seen by any party in the world as an adversary or as an enemy," Rauf said, insisting that he wants to see peace in Israel between Jews and Arabs.
A peace builder, that's why 10,000 Americans took to ground zero on D-day, to cry out and oppose this act of Islamic triumph and conquest.
And his wife Daisy is just as deceitful and dangerous:
Khan, who does pre-marriage counseling, says she always raises the issue of polygamy with engaged couples."I also explain to them that as a woman, you have certain rights, and as a man, he may one day exercise his right to have a second wife," Khan says. "And usually the man says, 'No, no, no. I'm never going to do that.' And I say, 'Well, in case you ever get tempted, how about we put that in the contract?'"
What if he wants to leave his options open?