Watch the Undercover Mosque videos here. Note that Khalid Yasin, featured in the second video advocating harsh Sharia punishments, also speaks in America, and has been sponsored by mosques in doing so. And that 80% of mosques in the United States are controlled by the Saudis, who are blamed in this documentary (somewhat inaccurately) for all the radicalization in British mosques.
Note also that hate propaganda of just this kind has been found in American mosques — which should not be surprising not only because of the Saudi connection but because much of this is mainstream Islamic teaching.
And finally, note that jihadist activity tends to increase during Ramadan.
Now in light of all that, when you see a headline like “NYPD beefs up security for Ramadan,” you would think that the New York cops are on alert against terror attacks coming during the month in which Muslims redouble their efforts to serve Allah — right? Wrong — they’re beefing up their protection of the mosques themselves, which are apparently under threat from venomous Islamophobes.
Any vigilante attack against any mosque in the U.S. is wrong and stupid, and to be condemned. But this is just another indication of how CAIR’s hate crimes propaganda, trumped-up as it is, rules the day: the mosques are well-protected, but what about the potential victims of the jihadists who may be inside them?
“NYPD beefs up security for Ramadan,” by Jonathan Lemire for the New York Daily News, August 26 (thanks to Twostellas):
The NYPD Tuesday announced heightened security for the city’s mosques during the upcoming Islamic holy observance of Ramadan.
Local precincts will dispatch more officers on foot patrol and in squad cars to patrol the areas surrounding the mosques during the month-long religious observance that begins on Monday.
“Collaboration with the public is a vital ingredient in our efforts to keep the city safe,” said Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly during the NYPD’s annual pre-Ramadan conference with 250 Muslim community leaders.
Cops will also be briefed on the religious guidelines specific to Ramadan in anticipation of the observances, Kelly said.
The community leaders were warned to be mindful of the mosque’s donation boxes, some of which were robbed last year.