having the right to do something does’nt mean it’s the right thing to do

03 Aug

having the right to do something does’nt mean it’s the right thing to do

everyone carrying water for the islamists who want this mosque have forgotten this. heres a reminder.

as for the islamists, if they really had the communities best interests in mind they would see the pain and withdraw

see the pain?

update. some words from honest decent muslims on this subject.

Mischief in Manhattan
We Muslims know the Ground Zero mosque is meant to be a deliberate provocation
By Raheel Raza and Tarek Fatah, Citizen Special

Last week, a journalist who writes for the North Country Times, a small newspaper in Southern California, sent us an e-mail titled “Help.” He couldn’t understand why an Islamic Centre in an area where Adam Gadahn, Osama bin Laden’s American spokesman came from, and that was home to three of the 911 terrorists, was looking to expand.

The man has a very valid point, which leads to the ongoing debate about building a Mosque at Ground Zero in New York. When we try to understand the reasoning behind building a mosque at the epicentre of the worst-ever attack on the U.S., we wonder why its proponents don’t build a monument to those who died in the attack?

New York currently boasts at least 30 mosques so it’s not as if there is pressing need to find space for worshippers. The fact we Muslims know the idea behind the Ground Zero mosque is meant to be a deliberate provocation to thumb our noses at the infidel. The proposal has been made in bad faith and in Islamic parlance, such an act is referred to as “Fitna,” meaning “mischief-making” that is clearly forbidden in the Koran.

The Koran commands Muslims to, “Be considerate when you debate with the People of the Book” — i.e., Jews and Christians. Building an exclusive place of worship for Muslims at the place where Muslims killed thousands of New Yorkers is not being considerate or sensitive, it is undoubtedly an act of “fitna”

So what gives Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf of the “Cordoba Initiative” and his cohorts the misplaced idea that they will increase tolerance for Muslims by brazenly displaying their own intolerance in this case?

Do they not understand that building a mosque at Ground Zero is equivalent to permitting a Serbian Orthodox church near the killing fields of Srebrenica where 8,000 Muslim men and boys were slaughtered?

There are many questions that we would like to ask. Questions about where the funding is coming from? If this mosque is being funded by Saudi sources, then it is an even bigger slap in the face of Americans, as nine of the jihadis in the Twin Tower calamity were Saudis.

If Rauf is serious about building bridges, then he could have dedicated space in this so-called community centre to a church and synagogue, but he did not. We passed on this message to him through a mutual Saudi friend, but received no answer. He could have proposed a memorial to the 9/11 dead with a denouncement of the doctrine of armed jihad, but he chose not to.

It’s a repugnant thought that $100 million would be brought into the United States rather than be directed at dying and needy Muslims in Darfur or Pakistan.

Let’s not forget that a mosque is an exclusive place of worship for Muslims and not an inviting community centre. Most Americans are wary of mosques due to the hard core rhetoric that is used in pulpits. And rightly so. As Muslims we are dismayed that our co-religionists have such little consideration for their fellow citizens and wish to rub salt in their wounds and pretend they are applying a balm to sooth the pain.

The Koran implores Muslims to speak the truth, even if it hurts the one who utters the truth. Today we speak the truth, knowing very well Muslims have forgotten this crucial injunction from Allah.

If this mosque does get built, it will forever be a lightning rod for those who have little room for Muslims or Islam in the U.S. We simply cannot understand why on Earth the traditional leadership of America’s Muslims would not realize their folly and back out in an act of goodwill.

As for those teary-eyed, bleeding-heart liberals such as New York mayor Michael Bloomberg and much of the media, who are blind to the Islamist agenda in North America, we understand their goodwill.

Unfortunately for us, their stand is based on ignorance and guilt, and they will never in their lives have to face the tyranny of Islamism that targets, kills and maims Muslims worldwide, and is using liberalism itself to destroy liberal secular democratic societies from within.


some apropos closing words about mayor bloomberg from a commentor at another blog:

Michael Fucking Bloomberg.

The only asshole in America who can pass laws that control what you eat, where you eat it, what you cannot eat, where you cannot smoke cigarettes and more but still can walk up to a microphone and say it is not the governments job to determine if a mosque gets built near Ground Zero.

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7 responses to “having the right to do something does’nt mean it’s the right thing to do

  1. Pamela Troy

    August 5, 2010 at 5:41 am

    Well, it seems that Mr. Owens has courageously blocked my ability to leave a response on Confederate Yankee to your question about whether or not I “understand” that you aren’t planning to kill ENTIRE liberal families. So, I’ll leave it here.

    Yes, I understand. The “revolutionaries” in the thread on his site, who talk about shooting and killing their fellow American citizens would “merely” take away me, my husband, or maybe some of my friends for execution (or confinement in some gulag.) Any children in the family would be left behind, perhaps for “reeducation” at your hands if you felt compelled to dispose of both parents rather than “just” one for the heinous crime of supporting President Obama.

    • rumcrook™

      August 5, 2010 at 5:25 pm

      pam, he probably blocked it becuase it is a hysterical straw man rant. virtually the pot calling the kettle black, projection.

      you read my reply it reiterated the concept of tyranny. who has all the power? who runs gulags? answer, the state, the bureaucrats, the left.

      again what was discussed is when is thier no other re-course left to fight tyrranny from the government. you conflate something else entirely.

      feel free to comment on my posts on my blog on topic. I have answered you twice now, once here on my own blog I wont go in circles. and im not posting about that topic here.

      • Pamela Troy

        August 5, 2010 at 6:50 pm

        If you’re not posting about that topic here, where you suggest I sould “feel free to comment?”

        if you guys succeed, what do you “revolutionaries” plan to do with all us Obama voters — who won’t be real thrilled about seeing the President we elected quite legally being ousted in an armed insurrection?

  2. rumcrook™

    August 6, 2010 at 3:41 pm

    you know what pamela you are being deliberatly obtuse.

    the invitation to feel free to comment was ON TOPIC. GOT THAT? ON TOPIC.

    that means look at the posts on my blog and make an on topic comment related to the post. if you even took one moment too look at the photo above you wouldnt be whinning and consistantly obstinately fabricating a straw man argument that doesnt exist. on this thread.

    now you have been answered ad nueseum on that off topic discussion.

    I dont know why if or that you lost commenting priveledges at CY, I am a guest there.

    also you are a one note nellie. your statement has been refuted but you continue to say the same thing. find something new to talk about. and be on topic.

    • Pamela Troy

      August 6, 2010 at 7:10 pm

      You want on topic? Quite a few Muslims were among the people murdered by terrorists on 911. I don’t think they need to be lectured about how bad the pain is.

    • Pamela Troy

      August 8, 2010 at 6:55 pm

      My original reply to this included the names of various Muslim victims on 9/11, and links.

      That portion of my response seems to have vanished.

      What happened to that list of names?

  3. rumcrook™

    August 9, 2010 at 3:21 pm

    3000 died.

    not just a handful of innocent muslims. I wont be posting the other 2,900+ names of the victims, so I wont be letting you self rightously post just a handfull of names of the innocent muslims murdered that day.

    you made the point of your opinion without the names. and it was only your opinion. completely flawed in reasoning but like you allowed for, just your opinion.

    I was prepared to let stand without comment, (your opinion) even though I had plenty to say on the subject.

    your really good at producing straw man arguments and typical of a leftist standing the equation on its head.

    the site of the 911 attacks is a national monument. it is hollowed ground.

    I have attached to this post an article written by muslims condeming the building of the mosque near ground zero. it speaks for itself.

    of course some innocent muslims died that day. islamist muslims are responsible for more innocent muslim deaths around the globe than most people can imagine.

    the fact of the matter is that nothing you said changes the fact that muslims were responsible for 911 and the 50,000+ family and friends of thousands of non muslims murdered that day have the right to speak out against this mosque. it is cruel , not a healing act.

    good try making it so that the only victims that day were muslim and the minority of people murdered that day should be the only ones allowed rightous indignation but no im not allowing it.

    many died that day and at the hand of muslims. sensitivity isnt a perogative of only the minority of any equation, as much as you leftists try to make it so.

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