Madison Ave closed to traffic
A Christian Nation cannot put up a Christmas scene of the baby Jesus in a public place, but the Muslims can stop normal traffic every Friday afternoon by worshiping in the streets. Something is happening in America that is reminiscent of what is happening in Europe. This is Political Correctness gone crazy.. Scary! Isn't it?
This is NYC on Madison Ave
This is an accurate picture of every Friday afternoon in several locations throughout NYC where there are mosques with a large number of Muslims that cannot fit into the mosque - They fill the surrounding streets, facing east for a couple of hours between about 2 & 4 p.m - Besides this one at 42nd St & Madison Ave, there is another, even larger group, at 94th St & 3rd Ave, etc., Also, I presume, you are aware of the dispute over building another "high rise" Mosque a few blocks from "ground zero" - With regard to that one, the "Imam" refuses to disclose where the $110 million dollars to build it is coming from and there is a lawsuit filed to force disclosure of that information - November can't come soon enough.
This is in New York City on Madison Avenue, not in France or the Middle East or Yemen or Kenya. Is there a message here???? Yes, there is, and they are claiming America for Allah. If we don't wake up soon, we are going to "politically correct" ourselves right out of our own country!
PLEASE SEND THIS TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW WHO CARES!!!! and everyone else! Does it help?
So, once again, no reputable media outlet will tell us that Muslims are blocking traffic in the middle of Manhattan every Friday. During business hours. And they refuse to report that the police don't do anything to restore normal commerce in the middle of New York City.
No, I didn't believe it either.
Actually, the photos are real, according to Snopes. But you can't see these scenes every Friday. Or any Friday.
It turns out, since 1985 (long before 9/11), there's been an annual Muslim Day parade.
It's not held on the Muslim sabbath. (Which would seem to violate religious tenets, anyway.) It's held during the last Sunday of September.
They get a permit from the city - just like anyone else who wants to sponsor a parade.
And, from the website, it seems like the parade doesn't incorporate public prayer. Making it no more "religious" than an Easter, or St. Patrick's Day parade. Of course, some will answer the daily call to prayer - but it's not an organized prayer activity any more than the folks passing out Christian pamphlets at other events.
And, perhaps, our "christian" viral email author should pay more heed to the commandment, "thou shalt not bear false witness against your neighbor". A concern that should take higher priority than a public creche.