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July 29, 2006

The Religion Of Peace Strikes in Seattle

What would you say about someone barging into Jewish center shouting, "I am a Muslim American angry at Israel" and then begins shooting?

It happened in Seattle yesterday. One woman is dead and five others are injured.

Here's what the authorities in Seattle are saying:

Police would not confirm the account. When asked if the suspect was Muslim, Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske said at a news conference, "you could infer that that was his background."

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"This was a purposeful, hateful act, as far as we know by an individual acting on his own," Mayor Greg Nickels said at the news conference.

There is a problem with this analysis. While all religions require followers to believe its tenets, Islam is about total submission. Radical Islamists believe that it is their duty to either convert or destroy nonbelievers. The term "peaceful coexistence" does not seem to be a part of their vocabulary. So while Naveed Haq (the alleged shooter) may have acted on his own, he was really acting in accordance with Islam, which is dedicated to the takeover of the world -- beginning, of course, with the Jews and Israel.

Then there's the "I'm a Muslim American" angle. Why is he a Muslim American? Because in today's "culture sensitive" society, being American isn't enough. We all have to be (insert ethnicity or religion here) Americans. This is what multiculturalism has wrought. Putting one's ethnicity or religion ahead of one's nationality has become the norm. It is in this way that our society, as a society, is beginning to unravel. Haq didn't think of the people at the Jewish center as fellow Americans. He put his own Muslim identity before his American identity.

As Americans we believe in "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." Islam is the antithesis of this belief: for example, consider its Shar'ia law and suppression of women.

The warning signs are all around us. It won't end with this incident. When will we face the facts?

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