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February 8, 2011

Egyptian Journalist on Al-Rahma TV: 'U.S. is Next to Become Islamic State'

Topics: Egypt, Political News and commentaries, Understanding Islam

Egyptian journalist 'Ata Abd Al-Aal, interviewed on Egypt's Al-Rahma TV outlined a plan for increasing Muslim influence over America, boldly declaring, "The U.S. will be transformed into an Islamic republic" and going so far as to say that he had even heard a sheik in America declare that "the most important place for the future of Islam, after Mecca and Medina, was the U.S."


From WND:

[...] The journalist explained a three-step plan for increasing Islam's influence on the U.S. The first step is through conversion:

"The rate of converts to Islam in the U.S. is very high ... rising on a daily basis," Abd Al-Aal insisted. "These converts adhere to Islam with total conviction."

The second step is to turn those converts into "preachers" who "convince others to convert to Islam."

The third step is to reverse many Muslim's avoidance of ballot box and instead encourage those faithful to Allah to take up the vote:

"[Other countries] should send religious guides, as the Americans call them, or preachers, who should put an end to the calls not to participate in elections," Abd Al-Aal continued. "Some of the sheiks who go to the U.S ... incite the Muslims living there not to take part in the elections, because they are living among infidels.

"This is very troubling, and runs counter to the rights of the Muslims in the U.S.," he continued. "The Islamic institutions in the Islamic world should send preachers who are well-versed in Islam, who know how to preach to the American mentality, and who are proficient in English and can communicate with the Americans."

If these missionaries for Islam in the U.S. forsake material and personal interests and "act for the sake of Allah," Abd Al-Aal claimed, "The U.S. will be transformed into an Islamic republic."

Any questions? Any more doubts of Islam's agenda and that what's going on in Egypt is important to our continued democracy and way of life here in the U.S.?

Posted by Richard at February 8, 2011 2:54 PM



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