Christians Cannot Have A Nativity In A Public Place But Muslims Can Stop Traffic On Madison Ave. For Prayer
- 2010/08/06 05:44:46
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A public place, but the Muslims can stop normal traffic every Friday afternoon
By worshiping in the streets... Something is happening in America that is
Reminiscent of what is happening in Europe. This is Political Correctness gone crazy...
This is NYC on Madison Ave
This is an accurate picture of every Friday afternoon in several locations
Throughout NYC where there are mosques with a large number of Muslims
That cannot fit into the mosque - They fill the surrounding streets, facing east
For a couple of hours between about 2 & 4 p.m. - Besides this one at 42nd St
& Madison Ave, there is another, even larger group, at 94th St & 3rd Ave, etc.,
Etc. - Also, I presume, you are aware of the dispute over building another "high
Rise" Mosque a few blocks from "ground zero" - With regard to that one, the
"Imam" refuses to disclose where the $110 million dollars to build it is coming
From and there is a lawsuit filed to force disclosure of that information - Just some
Facts FYI - But then, you have your own troubles with the "immigration" problem
And the new AZ law - November can't come soon enough
This is in New York City on Madison Avenue, not in France
Or the Middle East or Yemen or Kenya.
Is there a message here???? Yes, there is, and they are claiming America for Allah.
If we don't wake up soon, we are going to "politically correct" ourselves right out of our
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