Muslim says: “When we hear news of another terrorist attack like the recent one in Orlando, we always pray that we won’t hear a Muslim name associated with it.” But as usual, that’s exactly what they hear, now, more than ever, it seems.
Muslim terrorist Omar Mateen had worshipped at the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce, FL. In the tense days since the shooting, a few non-Muslim residents have yelled obscenities at people going in and out. Awwwww….
Not to worry folks, once a Muslim carries out his obligations commanded in the quran for violent jihad, other Muslims will start calling him a “so-called Muslim.” That’s how stupid they think we are and that’s how stupid many Americans are.
Washington Post In Fort Pierce, some Muslims last week prayed in an unmarked building, while others worshiped at another nearby mosque where some recent passersby yelled “Murderers!” Sheriff’s and police cars have been patrolling outside both.
Omar Mateen, the Orlando shooter, lived in the Fort, where other Muslims live. Now, in the aftermath of last weekend’s Muslim mass shooting, they worry about what might come next at a time when some of their neighbors support Donald Trump and applaud his call to ban travel into the United States for anyone of the Muslim faith.
Omar Marteen, the latest Muslim terrorist in America
Maria Martinez, 37, a mother of four who lives on the same street as Mateen’s parents, said she is voting for Trump and it’s not because she likes everything about him — she doesn’t. “The only reason is I think he’s tougher on Islamic terrorism. I do agree with the temporary hold on Muslim refugees,” she said.
An elderly man, who flies an American flag from his porch, has a deer mounted on his wall and a Trump campaign sign near his front door, said there have been too many incidents of violence from Muslims, including those in San Bernardino, Calif., Paris and Orlando.
“When you have this little-bitty mosque in our out-of-the-way town” linked to a mass shooter, maybe it’s time to look at who is coming in the country, he said.
Since the attack, Rahman has had to call the local police for protection since they have received threats on their Facebook page.
Two years ago, another American who occasionally attended the Fort Pierce mosque left his car there before flying to Syria. There, Moner Mohammad Abusalha, who lived in a city north of here, drove a truck loaded explosives into a restaurant full of people.
“Our president said he will open the door to them,” the elderly man said, referring to refugees from the Middle East. “Trump said he will stop them from coming in.”
And what interview with muslims would be complete without having to hear them repeat a phrase they stole from Judaism but claim as their own form the quran: “Whoever kills a person, it is as if he has killed all of humankind.” Problem is, Muslims don’t consider anyone but Muslims as humankind.
Bayonne is becoming a battleground between American patriots and Muslim interlopers who are demanding to build yet another massive Jihad Indoctrination Center in a Christian neighborhood.
ABC Anti-Muslim signs are popping up in one New Jersey community concerning building a mosque. Those behind the signs claim that building an Islamic Community Center would be unsafe in the wake of the Orlando nightclub massacre. Other leftist Muslim sympathizers say that argument is simply shameful.
From January 2016,RESIDENTS USE FEAR TO PROTEST PROPOSED MOSQUEA group opposed to the building of a new Islamic Center in Bayonne promoted its Jan. 12 meeting with an advertisement featuring a Sept. 11th logo and the word “Remember.” New Jersey residents were told to remember 9/11 and other terrorist attacks when they think of Muslims.
The signs in Patricia Basille’s window are pretty clear. She doesn’t want a mosque and community center to be built in an abandoned warehouse in Bayonne. She is part of a group in Bayonne fighting to stop the mosque.
Ms. Basille, the woman who has the signs in her window, claims that on Monday a man she presumed to be Muslim, knocked on her door, threatened her and told her to take the signs down.
“It is shocking to hear some of the people, but that’s normal, the backlash, the international climate with what’s going on in the media and what you are hearing with all of those things, so I understand their concern.”
One GOP group leader said in a statement: “In light of the Orlando terrorist attack recently committed in the name of Islam, a mosque in Bayonne would be unsafe and unwise.”
Zoning (Code for keep the Muslims out) issues will be discussed at a meeting next week.