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Offend a Radical - Urinate in a Footbath

Submitted by Muslims Against Sharia, Dec 3, 2008 12:08

As a staunch supporter of the Constitution, which expressly states, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion...," I am embarrassed by many of my countrymen who are bending over backwards to accommodate radical Muslims by installing religious ritualistic devices in public places.

As a Muslim, I am embarrassed, as well, by many of my co-religionists who attempt to impose their radical religious agenda on American society by installing the same ritualistic devices in these same public places.

As an American Muslim, I am personally offended when I read about footbaths on public property, i.e., municipal airports, state colleges, etc. I think that the best way to combat these blatant Constitutional violations is by turning the aforementioned footbaths into urinals.

Our government seems to have neither brains nor balls to combat the advance of stealth Gihad, but I believe that American people are smart enough and courageous enough to handle the threat of Sharia.

I am asking every American patriot to place this (see image) or similar note above every footbath located on public property, then take a picture and email it to us at INFO at REFORMISLAM.ORG.

Khalim Massoud
Muslims Against Sharia



Immigration Violations Vs. National Security Charges

Nov 10, 2008 10:31

I really am tired of the press and media writing that people were charged with immigration violations, thus assuming that the those arrested weren't affilliated with terrorism. I have to believe that writers for major newspapers such as the N.Y. Times, have extensive educations, and therefore should be able to figure out that immigration law violations are a great tool to rid the country of those related to terrorism. Just think of the advantage of not having to disclose the sources, not revealing data from our intelligence networks in open courtrooms.

If I can rid the United States of someone that supports terrorism, by merely publicly disclosing the person is an "over stay" on a temporary visa, or someone that has procured counterfeit documents, or someone that has managed to obtain legal immigrant status through fraud, is great acheivment.

It would be in the terrorist organizations best interests, if they lost a few members, but gained specific information on our intelligence gathering techniques. This is the reason I am very much opposed to holding public trials for terrorists, and those associated with them in their endeavours.


CAIR the right hand of Islamic Jihad in America

Submitted by Don, Nov 9, 2008 08:41

Anyone who cares to investigate this organization doesn't have to do much digging to realize CAIR is the right hand of the "Silent Jihad" happening in America under our noses, from the "Flying Muslims" who sued the airlines and the good citizens who reported suspicious activity, to the Somoli meat-packing workers in Nebraska who sued for prayer times and special considerations that would also be imposed on their fellow Christian or non-Muslim workers, to footbaths on college campuses, to dozens of other things. On top of this, and even worse, they were founded and directed by Islaimic extremists who raised money that killed innocent Jewish children, and they hold conventions all over this country where they encourage the Death of Israel and the support of Hamas, Hezbollah, The Muslim Brotherhood, and other terrorist groups. CAIR is BAD news...really bad news. They say the appeasing and right things in front of media as to not alrm us, but they work hard behind closed doors to bring about their ultimate mission, which thweir founder made clear: To make Islam the dominant religion in America and bring sharia law to the United States. Thankfully, most Muslim-Americans reject CAIR and want nothing to do with them.


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