Muslims IRATE At BIG Change Coming To Mosques In America – Here’s What Could Be Going In Each One

Finally, We are now seeing some sanity in the western world.

A former NYPD Lieutenant Darrin Porcher wisely suggests that a proper system of terrorism prevention should also include undercover officers inside mosques to infiltrate and monitor what they are up to. Nice to see common sense finally taking over our law enforcement community when it comes to the so-called “Religion of Peace” and its followers.

If we are ever to stop this satanic religion, we will need to stop with the political correctness. And most everyone knows this fact, but sadly not many want to admit it. Because of the fear of being called a Racist, Bigot or Islamophobic, which isn’t even a real world but only a word invented by far left globalists to further their objective in turning the western world into an Islamic cesspool.

I’m sure the Anti-American organizations known as the American Civil Liberties Union and The Council on American-Islamic Relations will have something to say about all this. Because you know, we aren’t being fair to the “peace loving” Muslims. Both these organizations are all about making America look evil, but this is the farthest thing from the truth.

In 2001 we all saw 3000 of our fellow citizens die when the twin towers fell. Of course, we wanted to get whoever was responsible for this evil deed. But in a nation of close to 350 million souls, only one crazy person went out to seek revenge against the “Religion of Peace” disciples. This should tell everyone something about us Americans.

The Guardian Reports:

Texas executes 9/11 ‘revenge’ killer

Mark Stroman shot dead two convenience store workers he believed to be Arab in Dallas shooting spree in 2001

A man who embarked on a shooting spree in what he claimed was retaliation for 9/11 has been executed at a prison in Texas.

The lone survivor of Mark Stroman’s attack on convenience store workers in late 2001, Rais Bhuiyan, originally from Bangladesh, unsuccessfully sued to stop the execution, saying his religious beliefs as a Muslim required him to forgive the man. The courts denied his request.

Stroman, 41, had said hate in the world needed to end and asked for God’s grace shortly before the fatal drugs began flowing into his arms. He was pronounced dead less than an hour after his final court appeal was rejected.

Stroman claimed the shooting spree that killed two men and injured a third targeted people from the Middle East, though all three victims were from south Asia. It was the death of 49-year-old Vasudev Patel, from India, that put Stroman on death row. He was also charged but not tried in the shooting death of Waqar Hasan, 46, a Pakistani immigrant who moved to Dallas in 2001 to open a convenience store.

Stroman’s execution was the eighth this year in Texas. At least eight other inmates have execution dates in the coming weeks.

From inside the death chamber, Stroman looked at five friends watching through a window and told them he loved them.

“Even though I lay on this gurney, seconds away from my death, I am at total peace,” he said. He called himself “still a proud American, Texas loud, Texas proud”.

“God bless America. God bless everyone,” he added, then turned his head to the warden and said: “Let’s do this damn thing.”

Feeling the drugs beginning to take effect, he said, he began a countdown. “One, two,” he said, slightly gasping. “There it goes.”

Eleven minutes later, he was dead.

None of Patel’s relatives attended the execution, and instead selected a police officer to represent them.

The execution was delayed for almost three hours before the Texas court of criminal appeals barred a state judge in Austin from considering Bhuiyan’s lawsuit to stop the execution. The US supreme court had rejected appeals earlier in the day.

Bhuiyan had asked the courts to halt Stroman’s execution and said he wanted to spend time with the inmate to learn more about why the shootings occurred. He lost sight in one of his eyes when Stroman shot him in the face.

“Killing him is not the solution,” Bhuiyan said. “He’s learning from his mistake. If he’s given a chance, he’s able to reach out to others and spread that message to others.”

A federal district judge in Austin rejected the lawsuit and Bhuiyan’s request for an injunction.

Stroman was free on bond for a gun possession arrest at the time of the attack. He had previous convictions for burglary, robbery, theft and credit card abuse, served at least two prison terms and was paroled twice. His juvenile record showed he was involved in an armed robbery at the age of 12.

When police arrested him the day Patel was killed, they found the .44-calibre handgun used in the shooting. Stroman confessed, and court documents show he told authorities he belonged to the Aryan Brotherhood, a white supremacist prison gang. Prosecutors also said he told another jail inmate about the shootings and how automatic weapons police found in his car were intended for a planned attack at a shopping mall.

Stroman more recently denied the white supremacist description. He also had avoided trouble in prison in recent years, said a Texas department of criminal justice spokeswoman.

Stroman blamed the shootings on the loss of a sister in the collapse of one of the World Trade Centre towers – although prosecutors said in court documents that there was no firm evidence she ever existed.

“I wanted those Arabs to feel the same sense of vulnerability and uncertainty on American soil much like the mindset of chaos and bedlam that they were already accustomed to in their home country,” he said on a website devoted to his case.

But he also said he’d made a “terrible mistake out of love, grief and anger” and had destroyed his victims’ families “out of pure anger and stupidity”.

“I’m not the monster the media portrays me,” he said last week from death row.

Stroman was also charged but not tried in the shooting death of Waqar Hasan. Hasan was killed four days after the terrorists struck. The attack on Bhuiyan came a week later.

Let us stop kidding ourselves. The Muslim man who fought to stop the execution of this scumbag murderer is the real Islamic Radical. He is peaceful and doesn’t want any more blood shed.

I know the current “thing” is to paint us Americans as the ones who are out for blood. But no, we only strike as a means to deter violence used against us. If you rattle our cage, you will meet our wrath, and rightly so.

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