Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Besieged In Brooklyn

-The islamization of the west: Think it’s only Britain? Look at what’s happening in New York.

The stage is set for all criticism of islam to be silenced completely if the British will not be silent about the rising influence of islam lest they be labeled ‘racist’.

Melanie Phillips has written an excellent article on the islamization of Britain.

I quote:
"The steady Islamisation of British public life is either being ignored or even tacitly encouraged by a political, security and judicial establishment that is failing to identify the stealthy and mind-bending game that is being played."

But it’s not only Britain. Here’s an excerpt from an eyewitness account on what’s going on in Brooklyn, New York:

"When I climbed up the grimy station stairs and surveyed the street, I suspected that some supernatural time-and-space warp had transported me to Islamabad. This couldn’t be Brooklyn. Women strode attired in hijabs and male passersby sported all manner of Muslim headgear and long flowing tunics. Kathy met me at the train and astounded me by pointing out long kurta shirts as distinguished from a salwar kameez. She couldn’t help becoming an expert.

She’s now a member of a fast-dwindling minority because “people are running away. We’re among the last holdouts of our generation. My kids have fled.”

Pakistani and Bangladeshi groceries lined the main shopping drag, and everywhere stickers boldly beckoned: “Discover Jesus in the Koran.” An unremarkable low-slung building on the corner of Kathy’s block was now dominated by an oversized green sign identifying it as Masjid Nur al-Islam (the Light of Islam Mosque) and announcing that “only Allah is worthy of worship and Muhammad is his LAST prophet.” Here too Christians were urged to “turn to the Koran” if they were “genuinely faithful to Jesus.”

It wasn’t hard to identify the remaining non-Muslim residences. Kathy’s was typical. A huge American flag fluttered demonstratively in the manicured front yard, accompanied by a large cross on the door and an assortment of patriotic/jingoistic banners.

“We’re besieged,” she explained. “Making a statement is about all we can do. They aren’t delighted to see our flag wave. This is enemy territory.”

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