There have been just under 19,000 Islamic attacks across the world since 911, each one with a Muslim cleric and a mosque behind it. Hamas CAIR finally admits that mosque building in the US is exploding. Which goes to show you what liars these Muslim Brotherhood groups like CAIR, ISNA, etc. are. There was never any movement to stop mosque building, just Brotherhood rabats (and a triumphal mosque on Ground Zero, which was defeated -- ooorah!).
Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan: – "The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers..."
Considering that over 80% of the mosques in America teach, promote and advance jihad, we will need a counter-jihad agency just to monitor these fortresses.
Today's CAIR headline of the day:
Mosque Growth Study Good News for Americans CAIR email alertNEW YORK, New York: You don’t have to be Muslim to find good news in a recent study on mosque growth in the United States. Co-sponsored by the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), Hartford Institute on Religion, the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), and Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), this national survey of mosque leaders in the United States found that more than 900 new mosques have been built in the United States since 2000 — a period of increased scrutiny by government officials and increased controversy over mosque building. Of the 2,106 Muslim centers across the United States, a quarter of them were built in the last 10 years.
The first piece of good news in this discovery for non-Muslim Americans is that the First Amendment of the US Constitution — the part stating “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof” — is in considerably better working order than it appeared in the summer of 2010. At that time, protests raged against a planned Islamic centre near the site of the World Trade Center and erupted into a national debate; anti-mosque demonstrations stretched from Tennessee to California. The too-commonplace anti-Muslim vitriol on the airwaves and over the internet that summer — similar in content and tone to the anti-Catholic tirades of the early 19th century — was, it now appears, a momentary setback in our 235 year on-going struggle for a more perfect union.
"Good news" indeed.