The first underwater mosque, off the coast of Saudi Arabia?
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The Pew Forum has an awesome interactive map of
mosquemasjid controversies across the US:
and I took the opportunity to collect some excellent links debunking the impending threat of a. shari’a takeover in the US, b. Eurabia, and c. th emuslim brotherhood as global bogeyman.
(and I’ve decided to try and stop using the word mosque.)
Tea Party leader Mark Williams expresses his unbelievably insane and totally crazy opinion about a masjid being built near the World Trade Center site (ht Talking Points Memo). You can read quotes from Williams’ nasty screed over there; I see no need to repeat his garbage–but I think people need to be very much aware of it. Apparently this is not a problem for the Tea Party Express group that he’s linked to. I don’t know if Fox News, to which he’s apparently been a contributor in the past, has been contacted for its opinion.
Remember Hijabman’s great commentary on High Fructose Masjids? Muslims aren’t the only one with a problem. A prof at Purdue finds members of Southern Baptist churches are more likely than others to be obese. But a bunch of churches are kicking their congregants in the rear, promoting health and fitness. Any masjids out there doing the same? How about Muslim yoga?
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