By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
7/19/2015 (2 days ago)
No recent mass slayer was inspired from the confederate flag and generals, some argue
While the state of Tennessee made moves to disinter the grave of confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest, Kuwaiti electrical engineering student Mohammad Youssduf Adbulazeer brazenly shot and killed four U.S. Marines at a military installation in Chattanooga. It appears that no one is willing to point out this discrepancy – and the fact that the Confederate flag or Civil War generals has not any recent mass slaying on U.S. soil.
LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) – Following the terrorist attack of 9/11, the bipartisan 9/11 Commission identified the obvious root cause of the attack unchecked immigration of foreigners into the U.S. Since those attacks, the U.S. has admitted roughly 1.6 million individuals from predominantly Muslim countries. That’s twice the rate of immigration from such nations that are relative to the previous decade.
“We can waste trillions of dollars and incur thousands of casualties refereeing endless Islamic civil wars oversees,” Daniel Horowitz, the Senior Editor at Conservative Review writes. “We can tip the scales of power from ISIS to Iran in response to this terror attack. But what will that accomplish if we have already let in so many ticking time bombs through our front door and continue to do so on a daily basis?”
As Mark Levin noted on his radio talk show pointed out, the Iranian Islamists can be trusted with nukes but our military cannot be trusted with guns on their own bases.
According to a new poll commissioned by the Center for Security Policy, 51 percent of Muslims in America believe “Muslims in America should have the choice of being governed according to sharia.”
Twenty-nine percent say radicalized action against those who insult Mohammad is acceptable and 25 percent agree that violence against America can be justified as part of Global Jihad.
According to the poll, males under the age of 45 that share this sentiment rise to 36 percent. Twenty-nine percent of males under 45 believe that violence against America is justified in order to make Sharia the law of the land.
These figures do not represent the feelings of the majority of Muslims, but 25 percent support for Jihad is an awful lot of security risks, especially among young males.
Experts agree that immediate action must be taken: preventing a mass wave of Syrian refugees and clamping down on the terrorist funding of Mosques in America.