Islamization of America

I just saw this video, taken yesterday in Brooklyn in which Muslims take over an enormous area to “pray” (this is a strategy showing Islamic Superiority). Please America, wake up to what is happening.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=199&v=7Fr47G0etqk

And most of you have heard that the schools in New Jersey will now recognize Muslim holidays (this has already happened in New York—more states will follow).

What angered me most about the video about New Jersey schools is that the Muslims in the video act as if they are persecuted. This is a strategy that has been working for years in America and it must stop. Muslims are not persecuted in America; Christians and Jews are. There has been a movement throughout America that has removed the traditional Christian holiday names and replaced them with generic labels (i.e. Christmas break is now “winter” break; Easter is “spring” etc.).WHO I ask is being persecuted? Muslims or Christians?

Jewish holidays are often not even recognized in a school calendar–yet Muslim holidays are? WHO is being persecuted? Muslims or Jews?

FBI statistics from last year show that Jews are the most persecuted religious group in America. Muslims barely even made the list. Why? Because they are NOT being persecuted. They just want you to think that so you will give them more rights than Christians and Jews.

Muslims in the bottom video on this link say they feel “alienated”. Give me a break, they have more rights in America than Americans. They have separate check out lanes at markets, prayer rooms at Christian universities–they even force Christian universities to take down crosses. Who is being persecuted?

One Muslim girl cries! She actually cries, as if she is being persecuted (is this supposed to make us feel sorry for her?). Christian and Jews in America are being persecuted, not Muslims. WAKE UP AMERICA!

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