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Blogburst: Pentagon not the only Department giving the last word to Muslims covering up terror threats

Posted by Godefroi on January 16, 2008

The military’s top expert on jihad ideology was fired last week at the behest of a Muslim aide to Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England . The aide is a friend to the grand-daddy of all modern Islamic terror groups, the Muslim Brotherhood. His influence is penetration of the top levels of the Pentagon by our terror war enemies.

What happened in the Park Service’s Flight 93 memorial investigation is very similar. Our last three blogbursts exposed how two Muslim academics fed the Park Service blatantly dishonest excuses for the giant Mecca oriented crescent in the Murdoch-designed memorial.

Kevin Jaques from Indiana University said that the similarity to an Islamic mihrab should be ignored (a mihrab is the Mecca direction indicator around which every mosque is built) because there has never been a mihrab anywhere near this big before.

Nasser Rabbat said that because the Flight 93 crescent does not point quite exactly at Mecca (it is 1.8° off), it cannot be regarded as a mihrab:

“Mihrab orientation is either correct or not. It cannot be off by some degrees.” [From the Park Service’s White Paper.]

Liar. Many classic mihrabs are oriented 10, 20 or 30 degrees from Mecca . The most elaborate mihrab in the world, the mihrab at the great mosque in Cordoba Spain , is oriented more than 45° off Mecca :

 Cordoba mihrab

Cordoba mihrab points south. Mecca is east-southeast of Spain .

More Rabbat deceptions

Nasser Rabbat’s other lies to the Park Service are just as blatant. One of Rabbat’s “talking points,” as he calls them, questions whether the crescent is really an Islamic symbol at all:

The Crescent is a debatable Islamic universal symbol. Many groups do not use it. I know in fact of no militant group that uses it. Islamic modern states have opted to use it, sometimes with the star, which is a modern symbol with no Islamic connotation.

Appearing on the vast majority of Islamic flags is “no Islamic connotation”?

The specific question Rabbat was supposedly addressing is the use of a crescent for the shape of a mihrab, and here the Islamic usage is undeniable. Lots of mihrabs are pointed arch shaped, but the archetypical mihrab–the Prophet’s Mihrab at the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina –is crescent shaped both in its vertical dimension and its depth dimension:

Prophet's Mihrab

Rabbat is a professor of Islamic architecture. Mosque design falls within his field of expertise. He knows the traditional crescent shaped mihrab better than anybody and just lies about it, the same way he lies about mihrab orientation having to be exact.

And that bit about not knowing of any militant groups that use the crescent? That would make Rabbat a very rare Syrian, if he has never seen the Hezbollah flag:

When the terror groups have the crescent embrace the globe, they mean that Islam will one day rule the world and subjugate all the infidels.

Here are some more:

Palestinian Liberation Front

Perhaps a better question is whether there are Islamic terror groups that do not identify with the crescent.

At both the Park Service and the Pentagon, Muslim consultants who are engaged in blatant cover up of terror threats are being given the last word by top level administration officials.

Let’s get those Congressional Investigations going.

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10 Responses to “Blogburst: Pentagon not the only Department giving the last word to Muslims covering up terror threats”

  1. Great! I see you received my e-mail.
    All is well. 🙂

    I just thought to forward it to Alex. I hope he sends it out to all the other blogbursters.

  2. Godefroi said

    Thanks VH.

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