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Imam Rauf, the Muslim Terrorist who wishes to taunt the heroes of 9/11 by building a 15-story victory Mosque at an old Burlington Coat Factory that is in one of the most sacred parts of Manhattan... TWO BLOCKS FROM GROUND ZERO!!!, has a dastardly secret that no one seems to be talking about.

I will reveal after the fold...

What the MSM is not telling anyone, and what is probabbly the most shocking thing about this is  that Imam Rauf is...

...an American!

That's right!

Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, even though he has a funny name and is A MUSLIM is actually also an American (and so is his wife!!)!

Wrap your head around that, people!

In fact he is so American he actually thinks the US Constitution is more in line with Muslim principles than the laws of many actual Muslim Countries (Haaretz):

The Imam spearheading plans for an Islamic center near the New York City site of the Sept. 11 terror attacks said Sunday that America's sweeping constitutional rights are more in line with the true principles of Islam than the restrictions imposed by some Muslim regimes.

Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf told the Al Wasat newspaper in Bahrain that the freedoms enshrined by the U.S. Constitution also reflect true Muslim values.

Isn't that sneaky, how can we trust someone who is going to the Middle East and talking UP the US Constitution!  It is an insidious attempt to make this country totally Muslim, by sneakily claiming that we are already more Muslim-y than the so-called true Muslim countries! That's right instead of making America more Muslim he is trying to make Islam more American...that asshole!

But if this guy is a Muslim who just so happens to be American makes me wonder how many Muslims are secretly Americans, and what does it mean? heck, there may be Muslims in our military!!

You've been warned... about something...I'm not sure what...but you've been warned

Originally posted to Gangster Octopus on Tue Aug 24, 2010 at 10:08 AM PDT.

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