Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Dick Durbin -- Islamic Terrorists Have Rights Too

Dick Durbin has a problem. He's got the same problem a lot of Americans have. He cannot get it through his head that Islam is a religion -- and much more. Islam is a religion, a political doctrine and a military. Because it is a political doctrine and a military, those who embrace this belief system are not protected by the Constitution. It's that simple. And there's 1,400 years of Islamic history that shows the world exactly where the practice of Islam leads.

Durbin wants to empower people who violently oppose virtually every right granted to us in the Constitution. Islam simply cannot tolerate Freedom of Speech nor Freedom of Relgion. Inasmuch as Islam proclaims that the Koran is the infallible word of their god, muslims do not permit the pursuit of anything that suggests their god is not all-knowing and all-powerful. That's a problem. A big problem.


Senate to hold hearings on Muslims' rights

March 22, 2011


Just weeks after House Republicans held a hearing looking at the dangers of radical Muslims in the U.S., Senate Democrats are countering with a hearing of their own, scheduled for after Congress returns from a 10-day vacation, to examine Muslims' civil rights.

Senate Majority Whip Richard J. Durbin, Illinois Democrat, announced the subcommittee hearing Tuesday, saying there has been a spike in anti-Muslim bigotry in the last year that demands closer attention.

“Our Constitution protects the free exercise of religion for all Americans,” Mr. Durbin said. “During the course of our history, many religions have faced intolerance. It is important for our generation to renew our founding charter’s commitment to religious diversity and to protect the liberties guaranteed by our Bill of Rights.”

The hearing will be the first ever before the Judiciary Committee's new subcommittee on the Constitution, civil rights and human rights, which Democrats created this year. Mr. Durbin is the chairman of the subcommittee.

Earlier this month House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Peter King, New York Republican, held the first in what he said will be a series of hearings to look at problems posed by radicalized Muslims in the United States.

In 2009, the latest FBi statistics available, anti-Islamic hate crimes accounted for 9.3 percent of the 1,376 religiously motivated hate crimes recorded. That's far less than the 70.1 percent that were anti-Jewish.

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6 Comments:

Blogger Wesley 'Whitey Lawful' Mcgranor said...

I reject the terms radical or extreme when labeling such terrorists. Claiming that a moderate Mohammedanism is the answer is an affront to actual religious beliefs.

3:25 PM  
Blogger SNAKE HUNTERS said...

Wesley - Have you ever met a "moderate imam" that didn't understand the intent of suicide bombers, or honor-killings of young girls, or crucifixtion & "cutting off hands and feet from opposite sides" was a commandment of Allah's messenger?
Read Holy Qur'an, 5:33

Allah's Apostle said: "I have become victorious with terror."
Bukhari, Vol4, Book 52, 220

Are those "religious" beliefs?

reb
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1:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Durbin is a Nazi.

Rex

8:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, and Rex rides a bike, and likes to call people xenophobes and fascists.

gba
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12:31 AM  
Blogger no_slappz said...

wesley,

Islam itself is a religion/political dooctrine/military devoted to imposing itself on the entire world.

It is a vile ideology. The fact that some muslims are not terrorists does not change the fact that their ideology encourages its believers to kill the non-believers -- the infidels. Us. Me. I don't know about you.

8:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, gbe, it's Durbin who gets on the podium and calls people names while he pretends to work for the American people. Maybe you should search his record so you know what's going on in this country.

Rex

11:07 AM  

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