Thursday, December 10, 2015

Dallas Peace Temple Funds Terror Shocka

The Dallas Central Peace Temple, in Richardson, has been named an "unindicted co-conspirator" in America's largest ever terrorism financing trial.

Via Breitbart -- "A north Texas mosque, near the home of “Clock Boy” Ahmed, was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism financing trial in United States history. The judge found there was ample evidence that the mosque, the Islamic Association of North Texas, assisted the Holy Land Foundation in funding millions of dollars to a Palestinian military terrorist organization [Hamas] that has killed Israeli children."

A mosque? Funding terrorists? What can we say.




LL said...

How could a 'religion of peace' be a funding source for murder, rape and arson? There must be some mistake.

LSP said...

It's confusing, isn't it.

Adrienne said...

And yet another Minneapolis Muslim was charged Wednesday by criminal complaint with conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.

Who would have thunk it??

LL said...

Then there is the jihadi university student at Cal State Merced who slashed four people with a knife, screaming "aloha snack bar" - or something along those lines. Faisal Mohammad dressed in black, posted his manifesto, had an ISIS flag, etc. before he went on his rampage but the school refuses to call it a terrorist incident. Campus police killed him, thus ending his personal jihad. Naturally the MSM covered it up as they always do.

The only reason that San Bernardino got any coverage by the media is because they were sure that it was some deranged white man on a shooting spree with an illegal weapon. Even Barack jumped on the gun control band wagon before he found out that they were his beloved Muslims.

LSP said...

Adrienne and LL, I think you're a bit confused. Islam is Religion of Peace.

Mattexian said...

One of those mythical "moderate Muslims" apparently was an Iman at a local Islamic center, spoke out in favor of Trump's ban on further immigration from Arabia, and gets Canned by the center's board of directors. Kinda makes "Iman" sound like a Baptist minister, able to be fired by a board of directors for muttering something they don't agree with.