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New York borough becomes “enemy territory” for Christians and Jews

Posted by thelastcrusade - September 16th, 2009

Goodnight, America

A Jihad Grows in Brooklyn
by
Paul L. Williams, Ph.D.
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Bam! Bam! Bam!

It’s 3:30 a.m. in Brooklyn and Mohammad Boota, a Pakistani immigrant, is beating his barrel drum along Coney Island Avenue and Foster Avenue.

Boota, who immigrated to the U.S. in 1992 from Pakistan, is joined by other drummers, other Pakistani immigrants, as the cries of muezzins ring out from loud speakers throughout the borough.

The racket goes on every morning during Ramadan.

The pounding of the drums, Boota explains, is necessary to wake believers so they can eat a meal before the day’s fasting must begin.

“Everywhere they complain,” Boota says, “People go, like, ‘What the hell? What are you doing, man? They never know it’s Ramadan.”

And because it is Ramadan, Boota and other Islamists will continue to bang their drugs to arouse all residents of Brooklyn – - Muslims and non Muslims alike – - from their slumber, knowing that the New York Police Department has been ordered to ignore all complaints.

Welcome to modern America, which President Barack Obama proclaims is now one of the largest Islamic countries in the world. Those who doubt the rise of Muslim laws and customs throughout the land have never been to prison, a major U.S. city, southern Florida, Texas, Oklahoma, or quaint little towns like Lodi, California – - and they certainly have not been to Brooklyn.

Brooklyn conjures up images of Brooklyn Bridge, Coney Island, Fulton’s Ferry, brownstone townhouses, and the Dodgers. The borough was home to William “Boss” Tweed, Currier and Ives, Margaret Sanger, Louis Tiffany, Al Capone, Gil Hodges, “Pee Wee” Reese, Leonard Bernstein, Barbra Streisand, and Ralph and Alice Kramdon of “The Honeymooners.”

No place was more quintessentially American. Brooklyn gave birth to hot dogs, roller coasters, soda pop, and more breweries than any other city in the country, including Milwaukee. One out of every seven Americans can trace their family roots to the streets of Brooklyn.blyn-2009-sml
Yet Brooklyn is no longer quintessentially American. The breweries are closed, Ebbets Field remains a memory, and the hot dog stands have disappeared. Gone, too, are the Navy Yard that built such legendary warships as the Monitor, the Arizona, and the New Mexico, and The Daily Eagle, where Walt Whitman once toiled as an editor. They have vanished with the Jewish delis, the Irish bars, and the nightclubs that had been made famous by John Travolta in “Saturday Night Fever.”  Brooklyn is a city that is transmogrifying into something strange and antithetical to American sensibilities. It has become the home of radical Islam.

The great jihad started here. Members of the Brooklyn mosques were responsible for the assassination of Rabbi Mier Kahane, the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, and the planning of 9/11. It is also likely to end here, since the al-Qaeda operative who has been named the commander of the American Hiroshima is also a product of Brooklyn.
Returning to Brooklyn after a hiatus of twenty years, Sarah Honig of The Jerusalem Post was shocked by the changes that had occurred in her old neighborhood:

. . . when I climbed up the grimy station stairs and surveyed the street, I suspected that some supernatural time-and-space warp had transported me to Islamabad. This couldn’t be Brooklyn. Women strode attired in hijabs and male passersby sported all manner of Muslim headgear and long flowing tunics. . . . Pakistani and Bangladeshi groceries lined the main shopping drag, and everywhere stickers boldly beckoned: “Discover Jesus in the Koran.”

The few remaining Jews and Christians in this section of Brooklyn are not difficult to locate. Most display American flags and an assortment of patriotic/jingoistic banners in their front yards. These displays, for the most part, are acts of defiance. “We’re besieged,” one resident told The Jerusalem Post. “Making a statement is all we can do. They aren’t delighted to see the flag wave. This is enemy territory.”

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