Sept. 26 — To the Editor:
I am reminded of Saul Alinsky’s 13th Rule for Radicals, which reads, “When confronted with inconvenient facts, attack the messenger.” I have now been attacked publicly by two men named Azzi and their allies the Democrats. What triggered these attacks were my publicizing what I read in the Koran and warning my fellow citizens of why we are under attack, and suggesting that we stop giving money to terrorist sponsors. The first important revelation is “taqiyya,” this is the rule in Islam that deceit of non-believers is acceptable and encouraged as long as it advances Islam; so all that the Azzi’s say is part of that deceit. Another revelation from the Koran is that the contributions that the faithful Muslims make to support their Mosque must have 10 percent go to “Jihadis.” I believe those are the people that are trying to randomly kill as many of us as they can. So if some of the money contributed to a Mosque is from our public welfare payments, then logically our government is indirectly supporting terrorists.
The Koran also instructs all Muslims that they must strive to impose Sharia Law wherever they live. Sharia would take away the freedom we enjoy in our society, either tax or kill non-believers; not to mention treat women as property. The culture that most of us grew up with teaches us that if we are good, generous and loving and strive to be sinless, we can hope to go to Heaven when we die. Also, if we are murderers, we will likely go to Hell. This is the complete opposite of what some Imams are preaching to the young men who are either native born citizens or recent arrivals, and can see no great future for themselves due to not acquiring enough marketable skills. So some of these gullibles think murder and mayhem will bring them to Paradise. So here we have a religion preaching intolerance, hate, enslavement, and murder, and those who sound the alarm that we have this fomenting in our midst are called bigots. That is a word that is used for intolerant people. I ask you who to whom is it better applied?