This is ‘the question of our generation’;  Where will you be when you hear “Allah Akbar”?  Of course, like 3000 people on 9/11/2001 you think it will never happen to you.  And like 756 people in London on 7/7/2005, and like the 442 people in Bali on 10/12/2002, and, well OK I’ll quit wasting your time.  Lets get right down to it; like all those good people in the 15,929 deadly terror attacks since 9/11/2001, you too think it will never happen to you.

Wake Up!  Islam isn’t back, it never left!  For 1400 years it has brought death and destruction to civilization.  Name one positive or productive thing you ever heard of about Islam!

That’s right be tolerant.  After all, ‘not all Muslims are terrorists’.

I got that, but you get this:  when your wife takes the kids to the mall and they’re returned to you in pieces in body bags, don’t cry to me…  When you take the next train or subway to work and end up leaving your kids without a father and your wife without a husband, don’t cry to me… When the person you love the most ends up on TV with only his bleeding severed head in the hands of a Muslim, don’t cry to me…

And Check This Out,  Here’s The ‘Pic of the Week’ from thereligionofpeace.com showing one of the ways  The Religion of Peace’ celebrates it’s ‘holiest’ holiday:

Too Graphic?  Not really.  You see it only gets really graphic when the blood is what’s left of your wife, your child, your husband , your mother, your father, …..



Don’t agree?  Then ‘Don’t cry to me when you hear Allah Akbar…

Here’s A.W.R.Hawkins take on it:

Posted by A.W.R Hawkins at Human Events August 25,2010

As United Airlines flight 93 dove toward the ground on September 11, 2001, the hijackers piloting the plane could be heard shouting “Allahu Akbar.” In 2004, as other Muslim terrorists beheaded American Nick Berg, shouts of “Allahu Akbar” accompanied the sawing at his neck. And just before Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan opened fire on soldiers at Fort Hood, Tex., in 2009, witnesses say he shouted “Allahu Akbar” as well.

“Allahu Akbar” is normally translated as an exclamation of the greatness of Allah. If you see a pattern in the type of people who use this phrase and the timing by which they employ it, you’re at least more astute than Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, whose greatest concern following the Fort Hood attacks was that American Muslims might face “a backlash.”


The Islamofascists are preparing to raid our castle and instead of defining the enemy and mounting proper defenses, Obama and company are making sure the front door is easy to kick open. We are vulnerable and we must each ask ourselves where we will be when we hear “Allahu Akbar.”


Our position is perilous, and turning a blind eye to it only increases the danger. We have to face this situation head-on and admit that we are up against an enemy intent on either conquering us or killing us, period.

Until such a realization is made and articulated by our politicians and military commanders, we best prepare for what’s coming by asking one another: Where will you be when you hear “Allahu Akbar”?

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