Did most of us get through September 11, 2001 without prayer? I don’t think so, but there will none at the 9/11 Tenth Anniversary ceremonies. First Responders are not welcome – even New York City Firefighters, who lost 343 of their own, are not allowed. The ceremonies are to be rightfully about the dead, but not including those who tried so mightily to save lives – at risk to their own person, some still physically suffering – some who were there for months trying to find the remains of the dead. The truth is our Godless American leadership is preparing to provide prayer for future ceremonies, on whatever year the Ground Zero Mosque is completed.
On the anniversaries of year eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen or fifteen, and on, when there is no prayer, we can count on hearing the screech of loudspeakers blaring the Muslim call to prayer from the Ground Zero Mosque – five times a day – rolling over the 9/11 Memorial. Do you think 9/11 ceremonies will be planned to fit in-between those blasts, if possible? Allah’s worshippers will stand at the glass wall of the mosque, on that floor high in the sky, and look over the place where their religion of livid hate took the lives of 2,819. Some will celebrate. Some will be even more convicted to do it again. Some will mourn, but do it privately – certainly not in sight of his imam.