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Islam Under Attack In America

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Haki, Mar 10, 2011.

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    Haki JF-Expert Member

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    Kuna hearing ktk Congress in USA, ambayo inaquestion Muslim Community. Ktk mpango huu kuna mpango maalum wakufanya Wamarekani kufear na Uislam, kuongeza chuki na Uislamu.

    Je hii ni Chuki ya Wamerakani na Uislamu? au ni Kampeni maalum ya kumuondosha Obama madarakani mwaka 2012 kwa njia ya kusema kamba Obama ni Muislamu?
     
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    sikiliza redio Imaani wameshatamka kwamba Obama sio mkristo wala sio muislamu ni illuminant Freemason.
    Thread yako ni marudio yale yale ya kila siku, tumechoka na hadidhi hizi, kwa taarifa yako kama ulikuwa hujuwi duniani dini ziko 60.
     
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    Haki JF-Expert Member

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    Ume miss point. Kuna hearing USA sasa hivi kuhusu uchunguzi maalum ufanywe ktk Muslim Community.
     
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    WASHINGTON, March 10, 2011



    An emotional Rep. Keith Ellison, the first Muslim
    elected to Congress, denounced the
    hearing on
    radicalization
    in the U.S. Muslim community
    sponsored by New York Republican Rep.
    Peter King.

    The Minnesota Democrat said the hearing scapegoats
    and stereotypes
    Muslims, and will increase suspicion
    of the Muslim community, in turn making all
    Americans less safe.

    "Violent extremism is a serious concern to all
    Americans and is the legitimate business of this
    committee," said Ellison, who testified at the
    House
    Committee on Homeland Security
    hearing today, but
    the approach "is contrary to the best of American
    values and threatens our security."

    Ellison choked up while discussing the story of
    Salman Hamdani
    , a 23-year-old first responder who
    died in the
    World Trade Center attacks on Sept. 11,
    2001.

    King's hearing, which he promised will be first in a
    series on the topic, has touched a nerve.

    Democrats say the GOP leader is intentionally
    isolating Muslims, and is using religion to divide
    Americans.

    Some members of the Muslim community fear that
    King is on a witch hunt, holding hearings that recall
    the days of Joseph McCarthy's anti-Communism
    crusade.

    Many are concerned that it could "stoke a climate of
    distrust and fear in the Muslim community," Rep.
    Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., said. "I cannot help but
    wonder how propaganda about this hearing's focus
    on the American Muslim community will be used by
    those who seek to inspire a new generation of suicide
    bombers."

    Members of the Muslim community believe they are
    being unfairly maligned because of the actions of a
    few. And Muslim leaders have pointed out that a
    number of terrorism suspects were arrested based on


    tips from their community.

    Some say they are besieged and point to last year's
    stabbing of a New York Muslim cab driver and the
    controversy surrounding the scheduled burning of
    the Koran as recent examples of intolerance.

    But King has said the goal of the House Committee on
    Homeland Security is not to target all Muslims but to
    deal with the reality of terrorism.

    There's "nothing radical or un-American" about this
    hearing, King said in a staunch defense of his
    hearing.

    "I remain convinced that these hearings must go
    forward and they will," King said in his opening
    statement. "To back down would be a craven
    surrender to political correctness and an abdication
    of what I believe to be the main responsibility of this
    committee; to protect America from a terrorist attack."

    King said that as the 10-year anniversary of the 9/11
    terrorist attacks approaches, Congress "must not let
    the memories of that tragic day to fade away.

    "We must be fully aware that homegrown
    radicalization is part of al Qaeda's strategy to
    continue attacking the United States," King added. "Al

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