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Boycott The Construction Of Cordoba House

Posted on August 20 2010 5:00 pm
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Bill O’Reilly has predicted on “The Factor” that the mega mosque complex known as Cordoba House will never be built as planned near Ground Zero because the construction companies and unions in the tri-state New York area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut) will not participate.

We are seeing some signs that O’Reilly may be right. According to a report in today’s New York Daily News,

A growing number of New York construction workers are vowing not to work on the mosque planned near Ground Zero.
I hope that this movement picks up steam.  However, with economic conditions being the way they are, I am not so sure.
The building that will be torn down to make way for the mosque complex was so close to Ground Zero that it was hit with a piece from one of the planes that crashed into the World Trade Center towers. Most of the families of the 9/11 victims oppose the placement of this mosque complex near Ground Zero as a needlessly painful reminder of what happened that day in the name of Islam – a crime as to which the imam of Cordoba House, Feisal Abdul Rauf,  pointedly accused the United States of being an accessory because of its foreign policies.

There will be a protest against the mega mosque complex this September the 11th in the afternoon, after the memorial services. Hopefully, the representatives of as many construction companies and unions as possible will be present and go on the record as refusing to participate in the construction of Cordoba House in its presently planned location.

Residents and workers in the tri-state New York area should add their voices to pressure those businesses which are thinking of putting money or political correctness before decency to think again.  Helping to erect this towering monument to indecency will reaffirm the message of Feisal Abdul Rauf’s book, published in the West as What’s Right with Islam Is What’s Right with America, but which National Review’s Andrew C. McCarthy documented had a significantly different title abroad: A Call to Prayer from the World Trade Center Rubble: Islamic Dawa in the Heart of America Post-9/11.

As the National Review Online editors have reminded us:

‘Dawa’ means Islamic proselytizing, a process that ends in the imposition of sharia. The book was published abroad with the assistance of the Islamic Society of North America and the International Institute of Islamic Thought, which are two appendages of the Muslim Brotherhood, an organization behind much of the world’s murderous Islamic terrorism…

No contractor, construction company, or building-trades union that accepts a dime of the Cordoba Initiative’s money should be given a free pass—nobody who sells them so much as a nail, or a hammer to drive it in with. This is an occasion for boycotts and vigorous protests — and, above all, for bringing down a well-deserved shower of shame upon those involved with this project, and on those politicians who have meekly gone along with it. It is an indecent proposal and an intentional provocation.

Say no to sharia in the United States.  Take all lawful steps to push back against the construction of Cordoba House by a group committed to “Islamic Dawa in the Heart of America Post-9/11.”

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