Tuesday, May 22, 2007

"One in four" of U.S. Muslims under 30 "say suicide bombings to defend their religion are acceptable at least in some circumstances"

The Associated Press is reporting today that, "One in four" of U.S. Muslims under 30 "say suicide bombings to defend their religion are acceptable at least in some circumstances".

That's right. They're here! And that's the mess we're in. That's what we get when America does not take seriously the threats that confront our national posterity.

Sharia vs Inalienable Rights has been calling for a policy change in D.C, curtailing Muslims from immigrating into the U.S. Those who profess any political and or religious views, or hold to ideologies that are anti-thetical to inalienable rights, will in time compromise the safety and security of the citizens within.

In our April blog we made the case that Islam is an expansionist, revolutionary ideology: the goal is to chip away at the nations until all men submit to Allah and his prophet.

We also argued in the same blog entry that Islam has a track record showing that no Muslim country that exist today became Islamic peaceably--every Muslim nation that exists today was conquered by the sword.

The greater picture may be that, given enough time, if there is a big enough shift in the population in a few generations, we may find America in the same spot of England today, or given greater time, like Lebanon: a fractured and fragmented society, hosting "state within a state". And in time inalienable rights will slowly be eroded into something that no longer resembles truly historic rights.

It is the solemn duty of our elected officials to uphold the Constitution and protect the citizens who are living here now, and ensure our future by weighing the threats that confront our nation.

To curtail the influx of Muslim immigrants into the U.S.,write your representative today

Link to Article:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070522/ap_on_re_us/poll_muslim_americans;_ylt=ArQ4KPLfQzAxaovPXsls0S6s0NUE

Write Your Representative:
http://www.house.gov/writerep/

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