Friday, January 8, 2016

New settlement protects Muslims from NYPD surveillance
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch

 

New settlement protects Muslims from NYPD surveillance
What could possibly go wrong? New guidelines “include explicitly incorporating police policies against religious profiling.” Good. Because everyone knows that Muslims (27,000+ murderous terror attacks worldwide since 9/11 justified by their perpetrators by pointing to their scriptures) are no more likely than Jews or Christians (no murderous terror attacks worldwide since 9/11 justified by their […]
 
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1 comment:

  1. This is just another example of how treating the subversive political ideology Islam as a religion weakens America. The 27,580 Islamic terrorists attacks worldwide since 911 were done to impose political power of Islam and sharia law on non believers. Islam has always been spread by war and terror and to pretend that it should be treated as a "religion" as we treat religions that are not political ideologies is absurd and suicidal. I have read , and believe that the likelihood of a terrorist attack being committed by a muslim is 5,000 times more likely than such an act being committed by the member of any other "religion".


    NYC did not profile or investigate Islam because of its worship activities. but because of its political terrorist activities.

    And here we have a legitimate police activity hampered by the fiction that Islam is entitled to protection as a "religion" when in fact it is a subversive political ideology mixed with religion that uses religion as a tool to attempt to subvert our constitution and government, and to replace them with sharia law and a tyrannical theocratical government.

    We need a constitutional amendment stating that islam is not a religion within the meaning of the constitution and laws of the US and that sharia law will not be recognized or enforced in the US.

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