Sunday, August 28, 2011

Got Beard?

"It is not a good time to be a Muslim in America.  It is worse if you have a teenager son who

practices his religion, grows his beard and tries to study his holy book.  Of course, it won't 

matter if your son never smokes, uses drugs, 'parties', dances, commits any crime, big or

small, steals, cheats, or commits aggression.  All that is irrelevant.  What is relevant is that

he is a young Muslim man who grows his beard and travels to a Muslim country to learn the


  Therefore, he must belong to a sleeper cell, even if he lived on earth for decades and

never committed a crime (he must then belong to a comatose-cell on life support, since he

did nothing sinister all the time he was on earth).  Or, he may be as good as you, his father,

may describe.  However, it is all to deceive TSA/DHS to make them think your son is OK.

 He may intentionally wake up from his coma and become a mini-Bin Laden (so they think

of Muslims who keep insisting, "We are not violent Muslims; Islam means 'peace'").

America propagated and published the profile and pictures of the 19 hijackers of 911 to the

whole universe.  None of them had a beard.  None of them wore an Islamic dress.  None of 

them displayed public aspects of being a Muslim man.  Their leader is said to have attended

topless dancing clubs; he then committed suicide, which takes one out of Islam no matter

the cause, while having vodka in his stomach.  How can this compare to a young Muslim

man who publicly displays apparent aspects of being a Muslim man, who wears a beard,

attends Masjids to pray, wears Islamic dress, who never drinks, attends clubs of any kind,

smokes, listens to music, dances, or shakes hands with women?  If this young man belongs to

a family that has publicly denounced Bin Laden and his ideas at a time when the CIA was

directly or indirectly funding him, supplying him with weapons and training his men, then

the matter becomes more clear that, these two types of men are perfect opposites.  Add this

to the fact that the type of young, righteous Muslim described here believes that suicide

annuls one's Islam and that targeting civilians in war is a major sin clearly prohibited by the

Prophet of Islam.  Conclusion: Day cannot compare to the darkness of night."

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And who's behind it all?

 seven foundations that have quietly provided a total of more than 42 million dollars to key 
individuals and organizations that have spearheaded the nationwide effort between 2001 and

They include funders that have long been associated with the extreme right in the U.S., as well as
 several Jewish family foundations that have supported right-wing and settler groups in Israel. 
The network also includes what the report calls "misinformation experts" – including Frank
 Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy (CSP), Daniel Pipes of the Philadelphia-based Middle
 East Forum (MEF), Steven Emerson of the Investigative Project on Terrorism, David Yerushalmi
 of the Society of Americans for National Existence, and Robert Spencer of Stop Islamization of
 America (SIOA) – who are often tapped by television news networks and right-wing radio talk
 shows to comment on Islam and the threat it allegedly poses to U.S. national security." 
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