NOTE: The following is a re-post that originated February 3, 2014 right after I built this website. Not sure what I did back then to make it disappear but it was such a popular post, I’m re-posting it especially since it remains relevant today, if not more so.
Bad Call Eric Holder Banning Religious Profiling from Counterterrorism: What about the Jihad in Brooklyn?
A few days ago, Maggie’s Notebook prepared yet another outstanding post entitled, Immigration Jihad Policy – Holder Bans Religious Profiling from Counterterrorism: What Happened to Brooklyn?
…Attorney General Eric Holder has banned profiling religion in counterterrorism. A part of our immigration and foreign policy is a jihad on America. Below the news, take a walk through a Brooklyn that I bet you don’t know exists….
…Walk along Church Avenue and turn east onto McDonald Avenue and you will see where the old standards of working class Brooklyn give way to mosques and grocery stores selling goat meat. Mosques grow like mushrooms in basements, cell phone stores offer easy ways to wire money back to Bangladesh and old men glare at interlopers, especially if they are infidel women. This is where Mohammed Siddiquee settled a dispute the old-fashioned way by beheading his landlord…
Eric Holder’s decision was a bad call that will return to haunt Americans in the form of blood flooding the streets of America and dead bodies.
Take it from one who was born, raised and lives here in Brooklyn, the borough of Kings is not the same place it was prior to the 80’s (i) because of the Communists; (ii) immigrants (illegal and otherwise) and (iii) as referenced in this post, the emerging Muslim population that we all know is a threat.
In the above photograph taken on McDonald Avenue in the heart of Brooklyn sits the community often referred to as “Little Bangladesh.”
What is not in photograph? Women, little girls, nor is there an American in sight, male, female, Black, White, Korean, Chinese, Italian, Polish, Jewish, Catholic, Baptist, Protestant, only Muslims.
To be honest, I cannot tell you when Little Bangladesh came into existence because I have not traveled through that neighborhood in years but I can tell you that neighborhoods such as Little Bangladesh are popping up across Brooklyn and has been in the making for nearly two decades.
A few blocks over is Coney Island Avenue where from Church Avenue down to until the middle of the Coney Island Avenue between Avenue J and K is another Muslim neighborhood or an extension of Little Bangladesh, I suppose. This community although Muslim is a Pakistani and I suspect Afghani community.
In the center of Coney Island Avenue between Avenues H and I is a movie theater. Just a few doors past this theater, a transformation of the neighborhood begins almost as if someone drew an imaginary line Coney Island Avenue transforms from a Muslim community to Jewish.
On the Jewish side of town, in addition to the yeshivas, synagogues, delis, bakeries and other Jewish businesses, one can find every ethnicity traveling, working and socializing in the area. However, as with Little Bangladesh, the “Muslim” side of Coney Island Avenue does not appear to be as neighborly. Just saying.
Last Friday, I went to a market to shop for Super Bowl Sunday. It has been several months since I shopped there. During my visit last summer, the owners were Dominican. The new owners are Muslim. Incredibly enough or not, after all this is a sanctuary city, the old management’s consisted of people from the Caribbean, Central and South America. Today, the Caribbean, Central and South American staff with the exception of three or four no longer work at the market. The Muslim owners replaced the staff with Muslims from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Africa all of whom wear these thick off-white gloves when handling food products at the butcher’s section, deli and cash register.
Surprisingly, today the Muslim owned supermarket sold pork chops, ribs and ham as did the butcher and the deli section of the supermarket. Three months from now, there will not be a strip of pork on the premises.
While in the area, I decided to stop by the deli two blocks from the market to pick up a salad on my way home. Imagine my shock when I realized that the deli is also under new management and its owners are two Muslims whom I noticed sell hookah pipes on the premises.
Not able to take much more, I headed home disappointed but not before I made the error of taking a route home that I rarely travel only to find out that seven blocks from my home, what was formerly a grocery store is now a mosque (above).
When did that happen and what is wrong with the people who live on the same block with the mosque, down the street and around the corner from what was once a much need grocery store in the area? How is it that no one saw this coming?
Far too many of the businesses here in New York City, grocery stores formerly bodegas, chicken shacks formerly referred to back in the day as a mom and pop fish and chips restaurant, pharmacies, medical device and supply stores, 99 cent stores are now owned by Muslims.
Could it be that the people in the immediate area surrounding the mosque assumed that the Muslims were opening another grocery store or chicken shack only to end up with a mosque?
RED ALERT: On the same avenue, two blocks down from the mosque is a Jamaican nightclub. The close proximity of the nightclub, which has been at that location but under different management since the late 60’s, suggests that this summer is going to be a long one.
How long will it be before a culture clash erupts between the Caribbean, American, Central and South American patrons of the club and Muslims who frequent the mosque?
For the record, Muslims have been invading the neighborhood since the late 80’s.
What about the sparsely dressed young women and girls who live and shop in the neighborhood and frequent the nightclub on the weekends? Will they, I pray not, become the prey of Muslims who pretend to be good neighbors during the day and embrace jihad once the sun sets, behind closed doors and in the company of fellow jihadists?
Having nieces who like to “hit” the clubs, this is of particular concern to me.
The New York Daily News published an article last fall entitled A quarter of men in Asia say they’ve raped a woman at least once: survey :
Nearly one in four men surveyed in Asia say they have raped a woman at least once according to a disturbing new report.
Among men interviewed in Bangladesh, China, Cambodia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Sri Lanka 1 in 10 said he had raped a woman who wasn’t his partner. The rate rose by 24 percent when partners were included…
Most of the people who read the above article dismissed it accusing the Daily News of racism, bad geography and lying. It never occurred to them that New York City being a sanctuary state meant that the likes of those who see nothing wrong with raping a woman because she is lower than the sheep they herded in the homeland are living right here in New York or elsewhere in the USA.
SIDEBAR: This summer when the Caribbean community, Central and South Americans begin their Labor Day weekend preparations for Carnival celebration on Eastern Parkway, how will the jihadists react when a 30 foot long float pops up is unfurled within feet of the mosque?
How will jihadists react at 12:01 a.m. Labor Day, when this float with its five foot tall, 2 feet wide club speakers, a dj, steel drums and rum drinking revelers begin to work their way through the neighborhood, the night club with the float in front being their ground zero?
Trust me, if the Muslims aren’t up in arms by Labor Day, they will be afterwards. (Must make a note on my calendar to report back in seven months.)
END OF SIDEBAR:
Major culture clash coming and I don’t have to tell you that NYPD will side with the Muslim.
Am I the only Brooklynite who recognizes that jihad has come to Brooklyn?
As pointed out in previous posts, there is a commercial area on Atlantic Avenue downtown Brooklyn from Flatbush Avenue to Long Island College Hospital. Muslims own the majority of the businesses in that area.
Many of these Muslim-owned businesses are open late well into the night and yes, there is a mosque on Atlantic Avenue. The mosque has been there since the 80’s.
In fact, the Muslims in and around that part of Atlantic Avenue are so at home that back in the 80’s not giving a damn about disturbing infidels who live in and around the area, they installed a PA system in the mosque.
The point of the PA system is the Muslim call to prayer, which goes out over the PA system every hour on the hour 24/7.
Anyone who lives in the vicinity of the mosque can hear the call to prayer and depending on the weather conditions and traffic, this nuisance can be heard even further away.
Dueling Mosques, Another Culture Clash in the Making?
Several years ago, another mosque opened up on Atlantic Avenue on the opposite side the street. So now, there are two mosques on Atlantic Avenue, one mosque Sunni and the other Shiite and yes, there exists an underlying conflict.
The Shiites who consist mostly of Black American converts to Islam are looked down upon and snubbed by the Sunnis. Tidbit: The Sunnis refer to them as infidels and don’t like the way they pray along with the fact that the Shiites think nothing of praying in a Sunni mosque. Uh-oh!
Standing at the intersection of Flatbush Avenue and Atlantic Avenue, a walking distance from the mosques one can observe the Manhattan skyline.
In other words, World Trade Center was clearly visible was from this intersection.
What I am saying is that the Muslims from their perch on Atlantic Avenue watched the twin towers burn and crumble to the ground taking nearly 3000 people with it.
Even more troubling is that pursuant to an FBI report, the father of top Al Qaeda leader, Adnan Shukrijumah, led prayer service during the 1990’s at the Al-Farooq Mosque on Atlantic Avenue.
According to Mohammad Ali, the present imam, “No one here knows him. … We don’t lie.” Taqqiya, clearly at work here.
Adnan Shukrijumah who lived in Brooklyn during his younger days before his family moved to Miami took his orders directly from Osama bin Laden.
Having let the USA three months prior to the September 11, 2001 Islamic terrorist attacks, Shukrijumah is presently hiding in Pakistan. (See, http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/wanted_terrorists/adnan-g.-el-shukrijumah/view ) Coincidence?
Above is simply of sample of jihad in Brooklyn that first became evident to me more than three decades ago and has been rearing its ugly head since.
I fear that far too many New Yorkers along with the rest of the nation are pretending not to notice the threat. They pretend that nearly forty years of Islamic terrorist attacks that resulted in the loss of American lives never happened.
Finally, as stated at the beginning of this post, Eric Holder’s decision to rescind religious profiling from counterterrorism is will backfire.
To be continued….