MAKING OUR MILITARY MORE SUBMISSIVE TO ISLAM
DA'AWA* IN ACTION
A disturbing segment today at Fox News Channel shows West Point (United States Military Academy at West Point) cadets sitting cross-legged, shoeless (sock-feet) listening earnestly to cap-and-beard imams spouting about Islam. Most probably how like Christianity and Judaism it is, an Abrahamic religion, and of course "The Religion of Peace."
What is disturbing about this indoctrination into "multiculturalism" of our future military leaders is that they are not told the truth about Islam. They will go to reconstruct and reconstruct Iraq again and again (while shi'ite and sunnis blow up infrastructure and oil pipelines) in the (Saudi-guided-Bush-doctrine of "spreading democracy" amongst the "'freedom-loving peoples' of the Middle East"
Earnestly a cadet declares afterwards that he will understand the people of the Middle East (Islamics of course) better for having listened to the deceit and lies of the Moslem clerics in Jersey City, New Jersey, where this outrage took place.
Making our military leaders unaware of the danger posed by Islam to the United States is another way of subjugating the United States to the ideology that is Islam , with the goal of eventually replacing our Constitution with sharia--that is Islamic law**.
*Da'wa: In Islam, da'wa means a "call" or "invitation," and has been used to refer to a person being "called" to follow Islam. However, it has developed into the idea of a "mission" or "propaganda," either in a political or religious sense
Dawah (دعوة, literally: summons or call, also da'wa) is an Arabic term meaning "invite" or "invitation".
Dawah is considered to be the Muslim responsibility to invite others to Islam. Dawah is often referred to as the act of preaching Islam. It can apply to Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
Da'awa definition from
**One Type of Propaganda to Make Us Submit
Da'awa definition first published at Islamic Danger blog http://islamic-danger.blogspot.com/2006/12/one-type-of-propaganda-to-make-us.html
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