White House Receives Petition To Stop All Islamic Immigration Into US

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It’s time to expose Islam for what it is to the American public at large and bypass the mainstream media. There is a way to make them talk about the threat of Islam. To do that, I’ve submitted a petition at WhiteHouse.gov in order to bring attention to this issue. If the Obama administration are so hell bent on pushing gun control in the wake of mass shootings like Newtown, then they should be even more vocal on the Islamic threat to America in the wake of more than 20,000 Islamic terrorist attacks since September 11, 2001.

In my petition, I call on the administration to “Stop any and all Islamic immigration Into the US in light of Islamic attacks against The US.” Why? Well in the same fashion that we heard Barack Obama say, “If we can do just one thing” to save a life we should do it, perhaps we should take that attitude when it comes to Islam. Well friends, after yesterday’s post where David Wood so poignantly and brilliantly demonstrated the deceptive practice of Islam, both in its teachers and in politicians like Barack Obama and Representative Keith Ellison (D-MN).

The petition reads as follows:

In the wake of the Newtown shootings, the Obama administration thought they should overstep their Constitutional authority to impose gun control. Now in light of the Boston bombings and the direct ties to Islam, I’m calling on the administration to stop all Islamic immigration into the US.

Mr. Obama and others quote Qur’an 5:32, which is about the people of Israel, but NEVER quote the next verse which is about Muslims and indicates the real threat of Islam.

Islam is not a religion of peace. It is a totalitarian, political death cult and as such is not compatible with American culture.

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