But, according to Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, the main man behind the Cordoba Project, Hamas is not a terrorist organization. If he will not condemn Hamas, then he supports them. It’s not like he has ties to CAIR, Hamas, and the Muslim Brotherhood. And they want the mosque built
A leader of the Hamas terror group yesterday jumped into the emotional debate on the plan to construct a mosque near Ground Zero — insisting Muslims “have to build” it there.
“We have to build everywhere,” said Mahmoud al-Zahar, a co-founder of Hamas and the organization’s chief on the Gaza Strip.
“In every area we have, [as] Muslim[s], we have to pray, and this mosque is the only site of prayer,” he said on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” on WABC.
And this is the way that hardcore Islamist spread their version of Islam. You know, the version that Mohammed and the Koran tells them to practice. The type that leads to an Afghan couple being stoned to death over a love affair.
“We have to build the mosque, as you are allowed to build the church and Israelis are building their holy places.”
Hey, Mahmoud, what say we build a church and synagogue in Mecca? Medina? How about allowing some space at the Temple Mount? What’s that? Your answer is “NO!”? Weird.
“First of all, we have to address that we are different as people, as a nation, totally different,” he said.
“We already are living under the tradition of Islam.
“Islam is controlling every source of our life as regard to marriage, divorce, our commercial relationships,” Zahar said.
Sharia law. Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf is a big supporter of Sharia law. Of course, Rauf refused to comment on Hamas stating unequivocally that the mosque (notice, al-Zahar did not say “cultural center”) should be built.