A Mosque is a lot more than a place of worship - it is a place of conspiracy
Many non-Muslims believe a mosque is just like a church or a temple, however this is far from the case. It is not merely a place of worship because Islamic doctrine requires the application of Islamic law within its geographical reach.
As homosexuals, Jews, and those attached to freedom of speech discover, Islamic law claims supremacy over the conduct of Muslims and non-Muslims alike. It mandates violence against those who resist it.
Western law is clear that there can be no justification for: the preaching of sedition; claims that women, Jews, homosexuals or non-Muslims are inferior and can be abused; the call for persecution or murder of Muslim apostates.
Social harmony is premised on a belief in equal worth regardless of creed, sexuality, opinion or race. The reality of Islamic doctrine does not concur with such a view. Anyone who tells you otherwise is either deliberately misleading, or pretending to understand a subject of which they are ignorant. The day-to-day consequences are now observable in communities across the country, where theologically unrepentant mosques have advocated intimidation, discrimination, and gender inequality.
Many communities find to this distress, that once a mosque is built in their area, they come under enormous pressure to sell their homes to Muslims, house prices drop in value, parking and congestion becomes a major problem, and many Muslims will pray in the street, outside homes, if there is not enough room inside the mosque, particularly during special holidays.
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