Fort Cordoba, ground zero NYC Mosque, will be the main Taqiyya Center and outpost in the USA and along with the new London England mega Mosque, at the
Olympic site, will be the guiding lights for Dah’wa and “Aslim Tuslam”…..

Watch this PJTV Interview by Roger Simon with Walid Shoebat on “NYC Ground Zero Mosque Founder Exposed…?”

by Walid Shoebat, May 26, 2010

Little is known regarding the founder of the Ground Zero Mosque Faisal Abdul
Rauf or his views on Islam. Many view him moderate and others connect him to
his father’s affiliation to the Muslim Brotherhood. While others object that
this would be guilt by association.

For that we searched Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf’s own words – in the Arabic and
not what he says in English to the western media. It should shock every
American to find out that Faisal Abdul Rauf stated to the popular Islamic
media Hadiyul-Islam ( on May 26th, 2010 in an article by
Sa’da Abdul Maksoud. In it he states that an Islamic state can be
established regardless of the government being a kingdom or democracy. In
another article titled “I do not believe in religious dialogue” should alarm
the ardent skeptic on the mindset of the Islamic visionary who advocates
establishing Islamic lobbies throughout the West.

He also admitted that “[In the West] they have separation of church and
state, this of course does not exist in any Muslim country. About 99% refuse
to separate religion from state and many call for establishing an Islamic

And regarding religious dialogue Abdul-Rauf stated “this phrase is
inaccurate. Religious dialogue as customary understood is a set of events
with discussions in large hotels that result in nothing. Religions do not
dialogue and dialogue is not present in the attitudes of the followers
regardless of being Muslim or Christian. The image of Muslims in the West is
complex which needs to be remedied.” And when his view regarding an
Islamic state he responded that “throughout my discussions with contemporary
Muslim theologians that an Islamic state can be established in more then
just in a single form or mold. It can be established through a kingdom or a
democracy. The important issue is to establish the general fundamentals of
Shariah that are required to govern. It is known that there are sets of
standards that are accepted by [Muslim] scholars to organize the
relationships between government and the governed.” When questioned on this,
that “the current governments are unjust and do not follow Islamic laws”
Abdul Rauf commented “new laws were permitted after the death of Muhammad,
so long of course that these laws do not contradict the Quran or the Deeds
of Muhammad…so they create institutions that assure no conflicts with