By Jim Campbell
February 16, 2016
Muslims who come to America or any Western country refuse to assimilate.
They demand that we bow to their stone age dogma.
They want separate places to worship, separate accommodations for women to eat, then at the workplace, they want foot baths to wash their feet before their daily prayers which they expect employers to pay them as if they were actually working.
St. Thomas Catholic University, St. Paul Minnesota
They go out into the streets and block traffic for their noon prayers and of course, so-called “Honor Killings” have already been committed in America as part of Sharia law.
Hidden among thousands of nondescript murders and cases labeled as domestic violence are a mounting number of killings motivated by a radical and dark interpretation of Islam.
Honor killings and violence, which typically see men victimize wives and daughters because of behavior that has somehow insulted their faith, are among the most secretive crimes in society, say experts.
The video below educational, no blood and guts.
“Cases of honor killings and/or violence in the U.S. are often unreported because of the shame it can cause to the victim and the victim’s family,” Farhana Qazi, a former U.S. government analyst and senior fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies on Terrorism, told FoxNews.com.
“Also, because victims are often young women, they may feel that reporting the crime to authorities will draw too much attention to the family committing the crime.” (Source)
The goal of the Muslim Brotherhood is to have but one rule, the Will of Allah, replacing the U.S. Constitution. (Source)
Islam is a cult that issues fatwas upon those who want to leave the cult.
And President Donald J.Trump is the crazy one for wanting a temporary ban on seven countries that take part in Jihad?
I don’t think so.
Christian University In Texas Opens Prayer Room For Muslim Students
A Christian university in Texas has created a prayer room for its Muslim students.
The Methodist-affiliated McMurry University dedicated the space in one of the school’s residential dorms for its Muslim students’ daily prayers.
Before its creation, Muslim students met for prayer in a nearby hotel, a student who helped establish the new prayer room told The College Fix in an interview.
That student, Joe Yousef, is president of McMurry’s Saudi Student Club.
Of the roughly 1,000 students attending McMurry, about 60 are Muslim and many come from Saudi Arabia, Yousef said.
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Yousef said now that Muslim students have a prayer room on campus, it will be much easier for them to meet both their religious and scholastic obligations.
“On Friday, we get together and sometimes we have to go home to pray and we need to be in university so we don’t have time to go home,” Yousef said.
Yousef admitted that some people at McMurry didn’t like the idea of having the prayer room.
Some students are also supportive.
“Being Christians, we should be open to free religion and letting everyone do what they want to do and I think the Muslim prayer room gives them that chance,” student Hector Flores told BigCountry.com.
The University of Kansas maintains women’s only lunchroom for Muslims (Source)
McMurry’s chaplain, Jeff Lust, and Dr. Mark Waters, professor of religion and director of international education, reportedly helped the students in their effort. Lust did not respond to a request for comment from The College Fix.
McMurry’s associate director of communications, Gary Ellison, did not respond to requests for comment either.
Lust toldKTXS that the room is “a step in the right direction.”
“We anticipate over time we’ll have students from a variety of countries and possibly different religions,” Lust said. “We need to learn to live and work together in this world that is increasingly diverse and then we can truly become better together.”
The room will also serve as a meeting place for a new interfaith club, which is slated to meet for the first time Feb. 21, according to Yousef.
He said he will help lead the interfaith club in the hopes that it will help students of different faiths understand each other better.
“We are going to talk about faith and belief,” he said. “Some people have their own bias. We want people to get together so we can help each other out.”
Christian university to send students to mosque for ‘religious experience’ (Source)
Meditation rooms or makeshift mosque? University of Iowa prayer spaces draws scrutiny, criticism.(Source)