The Quiet Conquer -- Islam's Shariah Triumphs over Small Town America
Contact: Don Otis, 719-275-7775, email@example.com
TEMECULA, Calif., Sept. 24, 2012 /Standard Newswire/ -- On the eve of one of America's most critical presidential elections, the dangers represented in the Muslim world are as serious as any time in history.
There are approximately 3,000 existing mosques in America, each preaching about Allah, inclusive of shariah governmental codes of conduct. In January 2011, in spite of widespread concern, the Temecula City Council ruled in favor of establishing a mosque in this quiet community in Riverside County.
According to several concerned citizens, including former Iranian Admiral and ex-Muslim, Mano Bakh, and two businesswomen in the community, there is a quiet infiltration of Islamic human values that are inconsistent with our constitutional values. They argue that according to Islam, shariah law supersedes our constitution and ask, "How is it possible that the very people responsible for 9/11 are now forcing their will on our communities?"
The Temecula Mosque story is being repeated in communities throughout the U.S. There are now 3,000 mosques in the planning or building stages. The authors call this the "Quiet Conquer" and explain how these naive policies undermine the very freedom this country was founded upon. "Shariah is a supremacist, totalitarian set of governmental laws that narrowly control individual behavior like sexual intercourse, hygiene, diet, prayer and fasting." In the west today, shariah is cloaked as "freedom of religion" and is silently spreading into our schools, universities and governmental institutions.
The construction of the 25,000 sq. ft. mosque in Temecula (now fully underway) is for just 120 Muslim families. And not without reasonable concern or precedence, one of the 9/11 suicide bombers had support from a Saudi financier who worshipped in the nearby San Diego County mosque. The Temecula City mayor, council and planning commission, composed predominantly of real estate developers, did not address the concerns from dozens of its citizens. Rather, they wanted to make a swift decision to preserve the city's image by showing respect for "freedom of religion."
Bakh, the author of From Terror to Freedom and his colleagues say without conflict or clash, "America's infidels" succumb and bow in submission to this quiet conquer. "Our experience in Temecula is that growing Islamic elitist groups pressure citizens who ask questions. The American people need to decide whether to push back against a growing acceptance of the quiet conquer.