Friday, May 25, 2007


Council on American-Islamic Relations, CAIR, since April has been urging the leaders of Mosques and Islamic schools to apply for grants from the Department of Homeland Security. The DHS has funds available for non-profits that are at risk to be attacked by Islamic terrorists. Did you get that? Did you see the sleight of hand by CAIR? A fund set up by our government to protect people from attacks by Islamists is being raided by those very same Islamists! CAIR is nothing more than a front group for Hamas among others. In fact in 2005 Ghassan Elashi a board member of CAIR, along with two brothers, was convicted in Dallas of channeling funds to a high-ranking official of the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas, Mousa Abu Marzook.

These enemies of ours are intelligent, or maybe better put, it is a combination of naivete on the part of some in our government, along with a certain level of intelligence among the Islamists. To date there has not been one, not one Mosque has been bombed on our soil. Nor has there been any attacks on any Mosques by Islamists on our soil. Yet CAIR is instructing its followers to go get some money that is available to those at risk. It is the perpetrators applying for money that's it set aside to help the very people they would be attacking.

The worst part of this is the Islamic Society of Baltimore landed a $15,000 grant from the Department of Homeland Security to upgrade security at its Maryland mosque.
Not only are they applying for money, they are getting it! Only America would give money to the enemies in their own country. If the citizens of this great land do not wake up to the never ending, ideological, fight to the death, war we are in, we will in the not too distant future be under a much different law. If those running for office do not wake up to the reality of the enemy we are dealing with and their ideology, we will in the not too distant future be under a much different law. It is called Sharia Law! By the way, the picture in today's blog is of a Detroit!

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pastor tom