Getting in with the “wrong crowd” at the mosque

You be the judge.

You be the judge.

This blog has said it so many times: in Islam, devoutness is equivalent to radicalisation.

Where do you find devoutness? In the mosques. And that is where you will find the extremists as well.

The Parramatta shooter obtained his weapon from his local mosque. If someone had murdered a policeman after obtaining a weapon from any other supposed house of worship, like a church, a synagogue or a temple, you can bet your bottom dollar it would have been raided immediately and everyone arrested.

But none of that was going to happen given the kid-glove manner in which Islam is always handled.

So in this story (h/t JW), which is a typical piece about litigation jihad to extract jizya from the infidel, a small detail was overlooked, namely that the girl in the story “fell into the wrong crowd at an Auburn mosque”.

This “wrong crowd” ended up convincing the girl to go to Syria where she was killed. I wonder how many other “wrong crowds” there might be in mosques in the West. My guess is that there is such a group in every single one of them.

The “wrong crowd” at the local church might play their gospel music a little too loudly, but they wouldn’t go out and kill unbelievers.

It’s time to deal with extremism at its source – the mosques.

P.S. It’s interesting that the father of the girl, despite the death of his daughter, cannot help lying to the infidels, claiming it was his daughter who got him in to the religion. I would suggest his beard and zebiba (prayer mark on forehead) say otherwise.

Maybe he just got in with the wrong crowd…

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