Shocking… The notorious provocateur, Ground Zero mosque developer Sharif el-Gamal, unveiled a new plan to build a three-story museum “dedicated to exploring the faith of Islam.” A museum to Islam on the site of the biggest and bloodiest Islamic attack on a Western country is outrageous an offensive in every respect.


Lets not forget it was the Bloomberg administration that helped el-Gamal write the letters and fill out the necessary paperwork to get city approval for the 16-story mega-mosque at Ground Zero. I wouldn’t be surprised if el-Gamal hasn’t applied for federal funds to build his Islam Museum at Ground Zero… more Patriot protesting may be in order!

The good news is that the Ground Zero mosque is dead and that is because of the People’s protesting. Despite the support of the president of the United States, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and a hysterical mob media, it did not happen. Over forty thousand people attended our Ground Zero mosque protests on D-Day 2010 and September 11, 2010. The power of the people won that day and should stand as an example of how powerful We the People are when we unite!


Photos of my AFDI/SIOA rally protesting the Ground Zero mosque on 9/11/10

Thirteen stories have been chopped off the latest Islamic supremacist re-formulation of the Ground Zero mosque which is a good thing. The notion that Muslims would be looking down on hallowed ground was shocking and morbid. But a museum at Ground Zero dedicated to the glories of Islam on the site of that catastrophic Islamic attack – that, too, is offensive. All 19 Islamic terrorists uniformly declared that their jihad was in the cause of Islam. Will el-Gamal showcase the last letters of the 19 jihadists, mentioning Allah over 90 times?

The exact words of the jihad hijackers:

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“Many thanks to God, for his kind gesture, and choosing us to perform the act of Jihad for his cause and to defend Islam and Muslims. Therefore, killing you and fighting you, destroying you and terrorizing you, responding back to your attacks, are all considered to be great legitimate duty in our religion….We ask to be near to God, we fight you and destroy you and terrorize you. The Jihad in god’s [sic] cause is a great duty in our religion.” — The “9/11 Shura Council” (that’s what they called themselves; they are the masterminds of the 9/11 plot: Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Ramzi bin As-Shibh, Walid bin ‘Attash, Mustafa Ahmed AI-Hawsawi, and ‘Ali ‘abd Al-’Aziz ‘Ali). (Here)

“The first thing that we are calling you to is Islam.” — Osama bin Laden’s letter to the American people, November 24, 2002 (here).

“When the confrontation begins, strike like champions who do not want to go back to this world. Shout, ‘Allahu Akbar,’ because this strikes fear in the hearts of the non-believers. God said: ‘Strike above the neck, and strike at all of their extremities.’ Know that the gardens of paradise are waiting for you in all their beauty, and the women of paradise are waiting, calling out, ‘Come hither, friend of God.’ They have dressed in their most beautiful clothing.” — Mohammed Atta. The “Strike above the neck” quote is from the Qur’an, 47:4. (Here)

Perhaps we ought to start a campaign to build a museum across the street that tells the truth about Islamic jihad and its hundreds of millions of victims over the past 1,400 years until today. From Khybar to Kandahar… truth has been the casualty of this holy war.



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