Friday, August 27, 2010

Canadian Idol Contestant Arrested on Terror Charges

H/t: Michelle Malkin, “Lookin’ like a fool witcha bombs on the ground

Canadian Idol Contestant Arrested on Terror Charges

Khuram Sher, who sang comical version of Avril Lavigne’s ‘Complicated’ on reality show, suspected of involvement in homegrown terror plot that involved attempted bombing of Canada’s main stock exchange, two government buildings.

Two terrorism suspects made a brief appearance in court on Thursday, and a third man, who appeared on Canada’s version of “American Idol,” has reportedly been arrested as part of an alleged homegrown plot.

Police arrested two Ottawa residents Wednesday and said they expected more arrests. The Toronto Star reported the third arrest, of Khuram Sher, on Thursday.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

During Ramadan celebrations at the White House,Obama announced his support for Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf's plans to build a mega mosque near Ground Zero

Continue reading for an in depth report on the nefarious connection to Hamas, ISNA, the Muslim Brotherhood and more

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Raheel Raza Interview with Bill O'Reilly Opposing Ground Zero Mosque

(h/t Right Scoop)

At about 2min. 10sec. in video, Raheel Raza had this to say,

"Mayor Bloomberg and bleeding heart white liberals like him don't understand the battle we moderate Muslims are faced with in terms of confronting radical Islam and Islamization, and political Islam in North America, which has only grown since 9-11 because of political correctness, and people, because of their politically vested agendas, not speaking out against issues like this."

Raheel Raza, author and board member of the Muslim Canadian Congress, opposes the Ground Zero mosque interviews with Bill O'Reilly:

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Governor Paterson offers state land for Ground Zero mosque

Supporters of mosque strongly reject proposal

New York Governor David Paterson offered state land as an alternative site for the Cordoba Initiative mosque to be built near Ground Zero.

The governor’s office acknowledged that they couldn't simply "provide" public land for a religious group and therefore must “competitively sell state land by bidding.”

Paterson stated, "If the sponsors were looking for property anywhere at a distance that would be such that it would accommodate a better feeling among the people who are frustrated, I would look into trying to provide them with the state property they would need."

The Democratic governor admitted that he does not have issue with the Cordoba Initiative and supports their mosque proposal. However, the NY governor stated he is ‘sensitive’ to the feelings of those adamantly opposed.

Mosque developer Sharif El-Gamal rejected the governor’s proposal for an alternative site and claimed a need to “serve Lower Manhattan.”

Another prominent mosque supporter also rejected the governor's proposal and stated, “Paterson's remarks validate the idea that all Muslims are responsible for what terrorists did on September 11, 2001.”

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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

NY Rep Peter King and DNC member Zimmerman join efforts to revive 9/11 health bill

Toxic cloud at Ground Zero. Photo: NYPD

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 · 4 comments
U.S. House of Representative Peter King (R-NY) teamed up with Robert Zimmerman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to get the 9/11 health bill for Ground Zero civilian workers and first responders reintroduced by the House for a simple majority vote.

On July 29 the bill was voted down via ugly partisan posturing, which included a hissy fit by Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner:

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Friday, August 6, 2010

Nation of Islam Prevents Cop from Entering Harlem Mosque 7

Nation of Islam Prevents Cop from Entering Harlem Mosque 7

Abdul Kareem Muhammad invited NYPD Detective Martin Brown to a community meeting inside the Nation of Islam's Mosque No. 7. The meeting was held in order to bridge a divide over allegations of police brutality.

Det. Brown was assigned to the liaison unit established by Police Commissioner Ray Kelly. On July 30, 2010, the detective arrived at the mosque and was met by organizers who barred him from entering the location unless he relinquished his gun and shield.

The detective refused the order, dutifully waited outside and was finally greeted by Abdul Hafeez Muhammad, the imam of the mosque. The imam apologized to Det. Brown, but backed up the Nation of Islam militants and refused to let the cop into the meeting without surrendering his gun and shield.

An NYPD spokesperson stated, "Det. Brown was invited to the mosque but refused to comply with the request that he enter without his weapon or shield."

The NY Post reported a police source said it was a slap particularly since the detective had showed up in an act of conciliation and outreach.

The bigger problems and questions went unnoticed and unasked. History is usually interesting, but always relevant.

Read More and learn about the dangers of political correctness and political cowardice from the top levels in the NYPD

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Landmarks Preservation Commission rejects landmark status for site intended for Ground Zero mosque

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010
The NYC’s Landmarks Preservation Commission voted not to designate the 152-year-old Burlington Coat Factory building a landmark, historical... Keep Reading »