Joseph Farah writes in his Sept. 11 WorldNetDaily column:
The mosque at Ground Zero represents the tip of the iceberg in terms of a long-term threat to the security of this nation. New mosques are springing up all over America – most of them funded by foreign money and controlled by the hideous ideology that form the basis for the attack of 9/11.
We're all still screened at airports to prevent yesterday's attack – often by Muslims wearing burkas!
Islam is now taught as a religion of peace in our schools, despite 1,300 years of history to the contrary.
Our media are full of accounts of an imaginary bigotry called Islamophobia.
When Muslims go on the rampage in mass-murder attacks like the one at Fort Hood, members of the media class wring their hands about reporting their names and government officials deny they are examples of terrorism despite the fact that they share the same motivation as the 9/11 hijackers.
Yet, Farah wants to believe he doesn't hate Muslims:
There will be those who try to portray this column as an anti-Muslim screed. It is not. I do not condemn all Muslims. In fact, I have sympathy and compassion for those trapped in their 7th century worldview. I do, however, have a beef with all who subscribe to Saudi-style Shariah law. Muslims in the U.S., who subscribe to Shariah law, have a duty and obligation to place that ideology ahead of any allegiance they might have to the U.S. Constitution. That effectively makes them unworthy of U.S. citizenship.
But, then again, we have a president who wipes his feet contemptuously on the Constitution. So I don't expect even a new class of leadership in Congress to require any loyalty test for new citizens.
Riiiight. Farah then proves himself wrong again, declaring that Islam isn't a real religion and they should all covert to Christianity:
It's time for American Christians to realize what a fertile missions field we have right here in the United States with an expanding Muslim population and many new gathering places they are building.
If they have the religious freedom to build these mosques all over America, we have the Christian duty to evangelize them, to persuade them they are worshipping a false god and revering a false prophet – one who, by the way, has no record of making even one prophecy!
Since we're all learning more about Islam every day, let's put that knowledge to good use. Let's all vow to make new Muslim friends – and bring them to the saving grace of the one true God of the universe.
Thanks, Joe, for making us laugh with your pathetic attempt to tell your readers not to trust their own eyes.