Taken for Ride? Islam and Religious Liberty

by Steve Ray on March 28, 2017

Americans better start paying attention to the issue of Islam staking it’s claim in the USA with new mosques popping up in very unlikely places. Is Islam a religion or a political agenda or a hybrid? Crisis Magazine has given us a good article that should wake us up.

Taken for a Ride? Islam and Religious Liberty
WILLIAM KILPATRICK
Islamic Center
Screen Shot 2017-03-28 at 8.46.00 PM“President Erdogan, who is rapidly turning Turkey into a Caliphate, once said that “Democracy is just the train we board to reach our destination.” Is religious liberty also a train that Islamists ride until they reach their stop?

“That’s an increasingly urgent question now that mosques are popping up all over the landscape of Europe, Canada, and the U.S. Are the mosque-builders genuinely committed to religious freedom for all, or is religious liberty merely a vehicle for increasing the power of Islam? After all, in those countries where Islam is firmly in power, there is little or no religious liberty for non-Muslims, and the liberty of Muslims themselves is severely restricted. They are not, for instance, free to leave Islam.

“What brings this to mind is a 2014 post I came across on the Becket Fund’s website about a dispute over the building of a mosque in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. There was a great deal of local resistance to the mosque, which culminated in a legal battle resulting in a victory for the Muslim community. The Becket Fund, along with the Department of Justice, stepped in on the side of the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro….”

For the whole article read here.

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Richard Pinion March 29, 2017 at 10:53 AM

For a very insightful story about the Murfreesboro mosque, and strange turn in attitude, please see
http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/122048/high-price-telling-truth-about-islam-eric-allen-bell

P.S. – After the Becket Fund represented the mosque, I stopped supporting them.

STEVE RAY HERE: great article! Thanks!

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