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Muslims Must be Evangelized

Written By: Joseph Farah  |  Posted: Monday, September 27th, 2010

What have we learned in the nine years since history's most devastating attack on America by Islamic terrorists? Not much. We're still involved in two seemingly endless wars halfway around the world that don't seem to have any coherent objectives or definitions of victory. Meanwhile, back home where the attack took place, we're planning to allow a Muslim Brotherhood front group to build a victory mosque. The attack of Sept. 11, 2001, remains a dark cloud in America's history with no silver lining - no awakening to the dangers we face from future subversion by the enemy responsible. It is as if Americans have a collective case of Stockholm Syndrome. Too many of us have become sympathetic to our enemy, the one that killed 3, 000 of us and made the rest of us weep.

Who would have believed that only seven years after that attack Americans would elect a president raised abroad as a Muslim, bearing a Muslim name and apparently in love with all things Islamic? It would have been inconceivable. Only when he bankrupted and humiliated the country did Americans begin to wise up. The mosque at ground zero represents the tip of the iceberg in terms of a long-term threat to the security of this nation. New mosques are springing up all over America - most of them funded by foreign money and controlled by the hideous ideology that forms the basis for the attack of 9/11. We're all still screened at airports to prevent yesterday's attack - often by Muslims wearing burkas! Islam is now taught as a religion of peace in our schools, despite 1, 300 years of history to the contrary. Our media are full of accounts of an imaginary bigotry called Islamophobia.

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