Newsletter #83 – What Makes YOU Feel Uncomfortable?

On June 20, 2013, Tennessee’s most upcoming notable Muslim, Remziya Suleyman reminded her followers at Glendale Baptist Church, that “it’s not easy being a Muslim in Tennessee.”  Reflecting on the AMAC event in Manchester she said, “it was uncomfortable, it was highly offensive, yes I stopped to think, am I really in America?”

Well Ms. Suleyman, when we listen to what Islamists say and do, we have the same exact reaction.  This is just a sampling of what makes us “uncomfortable”:

“To believe that it is permissible to follow a way of life, to follow a system of laws other than the Sharia, negates one’s testimony of Islam”… This type of thinking is clear kufr, clear disbelief, to believe that you know better, or any system of government knows better, any democracy or any…whether it be communism or socialism, any type of philosophy is better than Islam, or it is allowed legitimately, it is allowed to follow this sytem, this is a profession of the fact that you believe that Allah is not All-Knowledgeable”           

  • Vanderbilt volunteer chaplain Awadh Binhazim confirming that Islam remains unchanged and even today, commands the killing of homosexuals and that he cannot question what Allah commands.  Little comfort to those living in Davidson County that he is on the board of the Islamic Center of Tennessee
  • the recent jihad bombing in Boston
  • hearing Soldier of Allah, Nidal Hassan shout “allahu akbar” while gunning down 13 people at Ft. Hood

Oh yeah, we don’t relish the prospect of being meat-cleavered for Allah either.  

And yes, Remziya, you’re in America where we are free to speak our minds in the political arena – no matter who feels uncomfortable!