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    CNN discussed the black flag carried by protesters that often is used to replace the US flag hanging over embassies when they are attacked. CNN said that the flag is "not an Al Qaeda banner" but the first pillar of Islam and merely "an affirmation of faith."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
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    CNN discussed the black flag carried by protesters that often is used to replace the US flag hanging over embassies when they are attacked. CNN said that the flag is "not an Al Qaeda banner" but the first pillar of Islam and merely "an affirmation of faith."
    And just what faith would they be affirming?

    Al Qaeda flies that banner, as does the Muslim Brotherhood, because it affirms their faith that submission to Allah must be imposed upon the rest of us. The American flag is an affirmation of our faith in the belief that people can govern themselves, under the Constitution. Burning the latter and replacing it with the former is an affirmation of the rule of Mohammed's heirs over all of mankind, a permanent dark age. Bet CNN didn't mention that part.
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    Gee, and here I thought the modern Islamic symbol of faith was the star and crescent... Silly me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hubie View Post
    Gee, and here I thought the modern Islamic symbol of faith was the star and crescent... Silly me!
    No, it's the explosive vest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
    No, it's the explosive vest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
    And just what faith would they be affirming?

    Al Qaeda flies that banner, as does the Muslim Brotherhood, because it affirms their faith that submission to Allah must be imposed upon the rest of us. The American flag is an affirmation of our faith in the belief that people can govern themselves, under the Constitution. Burning the latter and replacing it with the former is an affirmation of the rule of Mohammed's heirs over all of mankind, a permanent dark age. Bet CNN didn't mention that part.
    I read in another thread that you and someone else was in the military actually dealing with this, what else should we know about islam. gonna see about getting a gun from my future FIL in case we get invaded after being seen so weak
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    Ody, I'm sure CNN would inform us if there were any reason to be alarmed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hubie View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wibbins View Post
    I read in another thread that you and someone else was in the military actually dealing with this, what else should we know about islam. gonna see about getting a gun from my future FIL in case we get invaded after being seen so weak
    The best discussion of the threat of Islam to the US is contained in the Team B report on Sharia, available at http://www.worldsecuritynetwork.com/...t)_9-14-10.pdf. This report discusses the nature of the threat, the players and the ideology behind them. It's scary reading, but necessary.

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    Ody, I'm sure CNN would inform us if there were any reason to be alarmed.
    This is true. After all, they're all over the threat that Mitt Romney posed by commenting on it.
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    In a related story, CNN affirms that my middle finger salute is actually my way of showing solidarity with Iz-Lamb.
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