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New York remembers but Michael Bloomberg, third-term Mayor of New York, seems to forget who the players were on 911. So let’s ask him an important question,
As Bloomie ponders this conundrum, history and his predecessor, the fearless Rudy Giuliani, have already shown him the way. No conundrum. As Mayor of New York, Bloomberg should be willing to step up to the plate in defense of his city (as did Rudy without hesitation) on October 12, 2001…
— Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Thursday the city would not accept a $10 million donation for disaster relief from Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal after the prince suggested U.S. policies in the Middle East contributed to the September 11 attacks.
“I entirely reject that statement,” Giuliani said. “There is no moral equivalent for this [terrorist] act. There is no justification for it. The people who did it lost any right to ask for justification for it when they slaughtered 4,000 or 5,000 innocent people…. So I think not only are those statements wrong, they’re part of the problem.”
That’s how it’s done, Mayor Bloomberg (if you aren’t in the pocket of the Saudis).And since there’s apparently no investigation of the financing for such a costly project, this Grand “Taquiya” Mosque, what are we to think? Who’s minding the store? The Prince? Maybe….cause….he’s still around…
So wouldn’t ya think a few QUESTIONS NEEDED TO BE ASKED?
Wouldn’t that make quite a story if the financing for this Grand ‘Taqiyya’ Mosque came from Rudy’s Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal? Maybe Mike thinks he’s gotta make nice with the prince since Rudy was …like…so RUDE?
” The richest Muslim businessman in the world is the nephew of King Abdullah also known as al-Waleed bin Talal bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud. If you haven’t heard already, he’s dropping around $2 billion to $6.88 billion to the currently failing American financial organization known as Citi or Citigroup (Citibank). Citi recently reported losses up to and more than $10 billion which shocked Wall Street. With the investments from Prince al-Waleed and others (Kuwaiti and Chinese investors) Citi hopes to cover their losses and improve their status….” .
So why not…maybe….buy an abandoned coat factory? (post 911) For all that spillover for prayer time…That’ll send just the “right” message to those who would like to commit more terrorist acts on American soil. You know that. We ALL know that. So…Investigate! Ask some hard questions. Demand that Imam Feisal “show us the money!”
The involvement of Imam Feisal Rauf, who is a slick and educated proponent of Shariah, remains particularly problematic. This project, which has been kept under the radar for some time, is problematic and is now moving quickly. The money, as well as the political coverage from the leftist enablers on Team Bloomberg, are already in place for this Trojan Horse to proceed unchallenged.
Rauf is a friend of President Barack Hussein Obama. Is he also a friend of Mayor Bloomberg’s? What gives? In addition to the obvious security risk, this big mosque and center will be a symbol to jihadists around the world of victory, placed smack in the shadows of 9/11.
The message delivered, Mr. Mayor, will be that Jihad and Shariah have defeated the “infidels”. How can you continue to ignore these demands for transparency?
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