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Interfaith Dialogue with Sharia Islam is a Trojan Horse

Brilliant article by Dr. Richard Swier on LibertyLinked.com‘s blogging technology. This is well worth your time to read.

Interfaith Dialoque with Sharia Islam is a Trojan Horse By Dr. Richard Swier. 

New York is the epicenter of the interfaith dialogue movement. New York was the target of Shariah Islam on 9/11 and is the proposed home for the controversial “Ground Zero” mosque. 

David Rockefeller founded the Downtown Lower Manhattan Association in 1958 to “advance Rockefeller’s vision of Lower Manhattan as a global model for a modern central business district.” The InterChurch Center (TIC), which houses the Muslim Consultative Network (MCN),  is a member of the Morningside Area Alliance created by David Rockefeller in 1947.

What does this all mean? Please bear with me as I explain.

Mayor Bloomberg announced that religious leaders will not speak at the 10th anniversary of 9/11. (Read his announcement by going here).

I believe that Mayor Bloomberg made his decision because if he allows religious leaders to speak at the 10th anniversary ceremony of 9/11 then one of them, in the name of interfaith dialogue and diversity, must be Muslim. If he and New York are committed to interfaith dialogue and diversity then to exclude a Muslim Imam would be taken, right or wrong, as an insult to Islam. On the other hand having an Imam give a prayer at ground zero on the 10th anniversary of the attack would be tantamount to endorsing the geo-political, military, social, economic and judicial system of shariah Islam. Shariah Islamists planned and executed their most effective and devastating attack on the United States, Western values and those who do not embrace Islam on 9/11/2001.

Do you see the Mayor’s dilemma?

It is time to understand that interfaith dialogue is a Trojan horse. Interfaith dialogue assumes that shariah Islam is a religion which embraces the right of all other religions to exist. That is the fatal flaw in how many American view shariah Islam. Those who promote shariah Islam demand get a pass on its violent roots against any and all other religious beliefs. 

Two Sets of Books blog put it best stating:

“‘Interfaith dialogue’ is a waste of time in my opinion. It’s based on the premise that there’s one God we all believe in, and we’re all basically good and decent people who can get along quite well if we all just understand one another. It’s socialism/liberalism/multicult-diversity foolishness to the Nth degree. 

Seyyid Qutb, the father of the modern Muslim Brotherhood, said very clearly in his book, Milestones, that a bridge was NOT to be built for non-Muslims and Muslims to mix, but to come over to Islam ONLY. I have no idea what is hard to understand about that. Which probably isn’t the problem; the problem is that the people running these places don’t look deep enough to learn such things.

There are also numerous Do Not Mingle with the Kuffar Qur’anic verses (except to advance the cause of Islam). My guess is the people running these things don’t know about those, either.”

The best Qur’anic verses denying any form of interfaith dialogue are:

[5:33] The just retribution for those who fight GOD and His messenger, and commit horrendous crimes, is to be killed, or crucified, or to have their hands and feet cut off on alternate sides, or to be banished from the land. This is to humiliate them in this life, then they suffer a far worse retribution in the Hereafter.

[5:34] Exempted are those who repent before you overcome them. You should know that GOD is Forgiver, Most Merciful.

The interfaith bridge for Jews and Christians allows for travel in both directions. For shariah Islam travel is restricted to only one direction – to the embrace of shariah Islam. 

Mayor Bloomberg must open the 10th anniversary of 9/11 to religious leaders. The question is: Should that include those who adhere to shariah Islam? I think not.

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