Singularly important video exposing the nature of mosques

I had planned to post this video with an essay on how muslims historically place mosques as a form of the triumphalism of conquest, much like the football player with zero schooling in sportsmanship might spike the ball after a touchdown.

The examples without trying are:

The 911 victory mosque in NYC.

Many might not believe that is what it was, but you may change your mind after seeing this.

The Al Aqsa mosque, which is all three of a victory mosque from past conquest, a beachhead for future conquest and a toehold for the extent to which they control Jewish homeland now.

And the famous Cordoba mosque which signals the triumph over the Spanish as it was built over or near the remains of the great Cathedral of Cordoba.

Now of course we can see, thanks to this video, that the construction of the mega mosque is no less than the triumphalism of reversing the defeat the muslims suffered at the hands of Charles Martel at the battle of Tours.

I will continue to look for the reference material on this. I know it exists as I have read it myself. But I cannot make any of you wait any longer for this. its extraordinary.

Thank you all involved, from tipster, translator, (Ava Lon) and editor.

By the way, thanks to our new Dutch speaking reader, we have an equally important mosque related video coming tonight.

Please click over to Youtube to read the comments. They are a blast.


Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch was kind enough to send in this article he wrote for exactly this reason! Big thanks to Jihad Watch!


Oz-Rita did this video for us about the original Gen-Ident people that tried to warn us all nicely and politely about the nature of this mosque, some of them going to JAIL for their efforts. The video above one should think was perfect vindication, even though none should be necessary at all as what they did is well within their right to protest. Given ANTIFA and other leftist thug group’s tactics for which they are not held to account, Gen-Ident is a dinner party at Buckingham Palace.

Rita adds this by way of explanation:

The original video was published by France 3 New Aquitaine on Dec. 7, 2017, day on which the young French Patriots from “Génération Identitaire” were sentenced to suspended prison sentences and hefty fines for their protest against the Mosque of Poitiers. From the report :


“…The court of Poitiers delivered its judgment today in the case of the occupation of the mosque of Poitiers by a group of Identitarian Activists . The action was carried out on October 20, 2012, by the Association Génération Identitaire, under the objectives of the cameras. Speakers in the video : – Boubaker El Hadj Amor, imam of the Great Mosque of Poitiers – Damien Rieu, spokesman of Génération identitaire

Muslims spike the ball with victory mosque approval at Ground Zero NYC

1. Mosque near 9/11 site likely to go ahead despite rightwing fury


A plan to build a mosque and a Muslim community centre within two blocks of Ground Zero cleared a major hurdle today amid an intensifying groundswell of opposition from rightwing pundits and politicians.

The $100m project would see a 13-storey centre, with prayer space, swimming pool and restaurant, rise in Park Place, just north of the World Trade Centre where al-Qaida terrorists struck on 11 September 2001.

Perhaps its time. Perhaps in the spirit of, ‘if you can’t beat them join them’, we should express how much we appreciate and have learned from Islam, and start treating Muslims and especially the ones who show this kind of contempt for us, the same way Muslims treat everyone else all over the world where numbers allow.

Which begs the question I ask from time to time…

If I say that I want for Islam exactly what Islam wants for us.

If I say I feel about Islam exactly what it feels for me and everyone like me.

If I say we should treat muslims as their religion teaches they should treat everyone else…

Have I committed a hate crime?

Ah the leftists dilemma.


2nd 9/11 landing gear found at Ground Zero mosque


Published on Apr 27, 2013

A rusted 5-foot-tall piece of landing gear believed to be from one of the hijacked planes destroyed in the Sept. 11 attacks has been discovered near the World Trade Center wedged between a luxury apartment building and a mosque site that once prompted virulent national debate about Islam and free speech.

The twisted metal part, jammed in an 18-inch-wide sliver of open space between the buildings, has cables and levers on it and is about 17 inches wide and 4 feet long, New York Police Department Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Friday.

“It’s a manifestation of a horrific terrorist act a block and a half away from where we stand,” he said. “So, sure, it brings back terrible memories to anyone who was here or who was involved in that event.”

More here

NYC police and Muslim cab drivers face off as Muslims demand special rights, demand ability to break the laws.

The solution to this, as it is for the burka debate and mosque issues everywhere is the same. Stop giving Muslims special rights and the problem solves itself. We created these problems by allowing the definition of freedom of religion to mean ‘you can do anything you want so long as it is part of the exorcize of your non-Christian religious beliefs.

Frankly, based on this interview I did with Sam Solomon in 2010, the basis exists to not allow mosques to exist at all as they are a physical manifestation of a hate crime and an act of war

Controversial Ground Zero mosque site opens – just two weeks after 9/11 anniversary

From the Mail Online

By Daily Mail Reporter

Last updated at 8:57 PM on 19th September 2011

The first part of Park51, the controversial Lower Manhattan Islamic community centre, is opening on Wednesday with an art exhibition featuring photographs of children.

Just a few blocks away from the site where the Twin Towers once stood, the exhibition marks Park51’s first big public event.

It comprises portraits of children from 169 countries who now live in New York and its opening coincides with the United Nations’ International Day of Peace.

Controversial space: The buildings that are to become the Park51 mosque and cultural centre, just two blocks from where the twin towers stood before the 9/11 terror attacksControversial space: The buildings that are to become the Park51 mosque and cultural centre, just two blocks from where the twin towers stood before the 9/11 terror attacks

Katerina Lucas, Park51’s chief of staff, said: ‘It is a huge step forward. I hope it shows we are about inclusion, not exclusion.’

When plans to build a high-rise Islamic institution were announced last year, critics angrily pointed out that it was insensitive to have the mosque so close to the site attacked by Islamic extremists.

There was heated opposition from various politicians and some families of 9/11 victims.

Pamela Geller, editor and publisher of a blog called Atlas Shrugs, has been one of the most vocal opponents of the project.

Miss Geller organized a protest of Park51 on the tenth anniversary of 9/11 and says she is appalled at the organisation’s decision to highlight the photographs of children.

Opening the show: A photographic exhibition by Danny Goldfield featuring portraits of children from 169 countries is Park51's first public eventOpening the show: A photographic exhibition by Danny Goldfield featuring portraits of children from 169 countries is Park51’s first public event

She said in an email to CNN: ‘It is an obvious and cynical attempt to manipulate public opinion and divert attention away from the Islamic supremacist ties, shady financial dealings, and contradictory statements of the mosque organizers.’ Continue Reading →

DOUGLAS MURRAY: Warning to the US: Don’t Play by Islamic Rules

This is a truly excellent piece of work by a man who I grow more and more to admire as one of the great intellectuals of the day. Douglas Murray appeared with Ayaan Hirsi Ali on the IQ2 debate, ‘Is Islam a religion of peace’ and was excellent. But this piece is superb. If you read nothing else today, read this. Thank you Fred for sending it to me. This is nectar for a thirsty mind.

From Standpoint Mag

By Douglas Murray

What was your first reaction back in May when you heard of plans to build a mega-mosque near the site of the Twin Towers in New York? Did you assume it was a tasteless joke? Did your jaw drop? Or did you think: “What a good idea. No better place.”

My bet would be that most readers (including self-described liberal readers) had a touch more of the former reaction than the latter. Some people even said so at the time. A number of families of 9/11 victims spoke out against the building and for a few weeks the idea of a 13-storey mosque complex beside the World Trade Centre craters, due to cost £68 million yet with no known financial backer, seemed a dead duck.

So how was it that within a few months many of those same people, most notably the most loudly self-declared liberals, were not merely advocating the building of that same mosque but in many cases seemed eager to build it themselves, finally depicting its construction as the sine qua non of America’s survival? The distance between first and second instincts is always illuminating. But this one turns out to be more than usually so. Public debates in America tend to happen rougher, faster and more ferociously than they do in most of Europe. And so it was that a heated debate over one hot summer transformed a planning dispute into something far larger and more significant.

Daisy Khan: Wife of the Imam of the proposed Ground Zero mosque has claimed to be a victim

It was at the beginning of August that the Mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg stood with the Statue of Liberty in the background to make a major announcement. The planning regulations surrounding the former Burlington Coat Factory on 45-51 Park Place, had already met opposition at the community board advisory level. National polls suggested that a majority of Americans were opposed to the building of what was then called Cordoba House, a couple of blocks from Ground Zero. But Bloomberg thought differently. Surrounded by the requisite collective of religiously-attired figures, Bloomberg declared that restrictive planning laws of New York would not be allowed to stand in the way of the planned mosque. The debate was not about a planning application any longer. It was about something more, he declared. It was about America.

In his often teary-eyed speech, Bloomberg exercised the now decade-long tendency to believe that al-Qaeda meant whatever you want them to have meant when they destroyed the Twin Towers. Bloomberg declared: “Three thousand people were killed because some murderous fanatics didn’t want us to enjoy the freedom to profess our own faiths, to speak our own minds, to follow our own dreams and to live our own lives.” The issue, he said, was “as important  a test of the separation of church and state as we may see in our lifetime”. And it wasn’t a test he intended to fail. Expressing his support for the construction of the mosque, he said: “The community centre and mosque will add to the life and vitality of the neighbourhood and the entire city.”

President Barack Obama appeared to enter the debate on Bloomberg’s side when he raised the matter at a Muslim iftar (post-fast) dinner at the White House. “This is America,” he confirmed indignantly. The next day, he changed tack in the face of a popular uproar, and claimed that he had not in fact made the statement he appeared to have made, but had instead carefully avoided making any statements about the wisdom of building anything anywhere.

Despite Obama’s phantom U-turn, by the end of the summer the liberal consensus appeared to be with Bloomberg. After further negative opinion polls, Bloomberg declared that those opposed to the mosque “ought to be ashamed of themselves”, adding: “To cave to popular sentiment would be to hand a victory to the terrorists.” Al-Qaeda had attacked the World Trade Centre and as a result it was now vital that America reply by building a mosque.

Other politicians were not as distrustful as Bloomberg was of popular sentiment. In mid-August, Newt Gingrich, the former House Speaker, said on air: “Nazis don’t have the right to put up a sign next to the Holocaust museum in Washington…We would never accept the Japanese putting up a site next to Pearl Harbour.” Gingrich’s intervention allowed mainstream politicians respectfully to oppose the construction. But by then another element of the debate had emerged. It was one which points to perhaps the largest difference between the European and American debate on this issue. Continue Reading →

NY Post: ‘Terror’ not firma for GZ imam

New York Post:

Ground Zero imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, who came under fire for once saying Osama bin Laden was “made in the USA,” yesterday stopped short of using the word “terrorists” to describe the murderous 9/11 hijackers, instead calling them “those who attacked America.”

During an interview on Al Jazeera TV, recorded during a trip to Doha in the Persian Gulf, Rauf was asked whether 9/11 affected the “discourse of American Muslims.”

Rauf, who has said he wants to be a bridge between the US and the Muslim world, said 9/11 caused some Americans to view Islam with suspicion.

Feisal Abdul Rauf
Feisal Abdul Rauf
“Islam was seen as a national security threat in America because the . . .,” Rauf said, pausing in mid-sentence before continuing, “because those who’ve attacked America utilized the vocabulary of religion.”

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