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FRONT PAGE  |  10/23/2017
Choice News FRIDAY, SEP 21, 2007  |  12 comments
Rep. Peter King: There are "too many mosques in this country”
New York Rep. Peter King, a prominent House Republican, said there are “too many mosques in this country” in a recent interview with Politico.

“There are too many people sympathetic to radical Islam,” King said. “We should be looking at them more carefully and finding out how we can infiltrate them.”

King is the ranking Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee. And as an outspoken advocate of strong anti-terror measures, he has been unafraid to ruffle some feathers in his drive to protect the homeland.

When asked to clarify his statement, King did not revise his answer, saying “I think there has been a lack of full cooperation from too many people in the Muslim community.” The interview was for a profile of the committee, as part of Politico’s Committee Insider Series. ...


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News Item9/30/07 11:31 AM
bap  Find all comments by bap
N.Ireland is still part of the UK.
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News Item9/30/07 8:52 AM
toosey | England  Find all comments by toosey
Terrorism has already arrived in Britain and that from our "home-bred" residents. Being such a small country, overcrowding has become a major problem; we are now an easy target. So much for being a host country - thank you very much!
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News Item9/29/07 6:47 PM
bap  Find all comments by bap
What about all the terrorism in N.Ireland, for such a very small country it suffered a high % of terrorist attacks for over thirty years, and if people in N.Ireland were to say that Bin'laden was a good politician and statesman the people of the USA would be very angry, peter king invited gerry adams and other's to the USA and when they arrived, these were the words peter king used to describe gerry adams, while the British government were calling gerry adams the leader of terrorism.
Peter king has to remember, while men,women,children,babies were dying on the streets of N.Ireland, he was kissing the bloody boots of terrorists.
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News Item9/29/07 5:09 PM
Susan Miller | West Palm Beach, FL  Contact via emailFind all comments by Susan Miller
Barry R. Komisaruk, PhD, Rutgers University Board of Governors, Distinguished Service Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean of the Graduate School, wrote an op-ed piece for the Rutgers Observer questioning the official account of 9/11. It appeared in the print and onlin version of the newspaper on the sixth anniversary of 9/11.

Rutgers Observer

#1: No commercial jetliner debris are visible in photos of the Pentagon just after whatever collided with it.

#2: The Pentagon is protected by surface-to-air missiles. Why were they not deployed?

#3: How did the twin towers fall at nearly free fall speed?

If the assumptions about the true nature of the events are erroneous, then the policies that have been justified by those assumptions must be questioned - ongoing policies that include the invasion and occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan, and suspension of the guarantees provided by the Bill of Rights and the Constitution - against torture and against warrantless spying on U.S. citizens.

If we turn a blind eye to the truth about the events that occurred on September 11, 2001, we do so at our peril.

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News Item9/29/07 4:36 PM
bap | N.Ireland  Find all comments by bap
Peter king is not spot on, he clearly has been preaching from the same political hymn sheet that comes from the vatican. peter's long time friends the IRA have been and are still trying to clear all the protestant heritage from remaining anywhere in N.Ireland.
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News Item9/28/07 2:39 AM
Ben Hayes | South Africa  Contact via emailFind all comments by Ben Hayes
Peter King is "spot-on"! But who is to be blamed for this situation and everything flowing forth from the high muslim presence in the USA? Surely, the immigration policies of many different previous governments! You yorselves have changed your fatherland into a playground and market place for the whole world! Get "user friendly" immigrants - fitting in and adapting to the bulk of the American population!

Regards

Ben Hayes

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News Item9/25/07 4:58 PM
Bap | N.Ireland  Find all comments by Bap
What a joke! you would think mr king would feel at home with this terrorism, seeing he supported gerry, martin & evil friends, all down through the years when the ira murdered quite a lot of Born Again Christians within N.Ireland, maybe he could phone over to his friends and get some advice, in how to get rid off those access mosques.
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News Item9/22/07 9:03 AM
Protestant | UK  Find all comments by Protestant
The problem isn't too many mosques, the problem is too few Christians willing to get involved in or pay for Muslim Evangelism.
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News Item9/21/07 2:29 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
There are too many of the --wrong-- type of Mosques in the country.

This was an interesting commentary,

"Common sense on terrorism"

http://www.jewishworldreview.com/jeff/jacoby092705.php3?printer_friendly

A lot of this common sense was coming from Mitt Romney.

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News Item9/21/07 2:20 PM
Abigail | Oregon  Find all comments by Abigail
Prohibiting freedom of religion affects us all.

The Dividians Branch at Waco, Texas and other incidences have been used to tie the rope tighter around what they call "cults".

Freedom is freedom only as long as you abide by their rules. They pass laws that affect your religious activities and beliefs--and you are a criminal if you do not forsake your conscience and comply.

The final goal is to eliminate individual spiritual understanding and usher in global religion composed of all religions of the world. Tolerance is the seed-bed of apostasy.

In the love of Jesus Christ our Lord
Abigail

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News Item9/21/07 2:11 PM
rob  Find all comments by rob
The last comment of the Father could be dated 1962 (school prayer case) or 2007 be the date that atheists &/or agnostics do not beleive in the God of Abraham, Isaac or Jacob
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News Item9/21/07 1:25 PM
Pax Dominae | Paternoster  Find all comments by Pax Dominae
"There are too many Baptist churches in this country"=New England Presbyterians 1700.
"There are too many Pentecostal churches in this country"=Southern Baptists 1900
"There are too many synagogues in this country"=Himmler 1930
"There are too many Catholic churches in this country"=Know Nothings 1850
"There are too many mosques in this country"=Rep. King 2007
"There are too many Evangelical churches in this country"=Atheists ????
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