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Discussion in 'Politics' started by LadyEagle, Sep 10, 2006.
Why do I continue to be surprised?
Oh for heavens sake people. What a ridiculous insinuation.
Jeepers! That one, again?
Orientate the design away from mecca . . . point it towards the north pole or jerusalem . . .
So can a crescent of any kind no longer be used in architecture in the United States without it being seen as related to Islam?
It's not just a crescent, the universal emblem of islam, it's a red crescent:
We live in strange days.
So a crescent that is red in color can never be used in architecture again in the United States without it being tied to Islam?
Ask anyone on the street what they think of when they see a crescent or a red crescent. Why should the memorial be a red crescent - the universal shape that symbolizes the religion of the terrorists who killed the people on that plane?
If you won't admit or recognize that the crescent moon adorns the tops of mosques all over the world and is on many, if not most, of the flags of islamic nations, and has been the symbol of islam for centuries, then you must live on some other planet.
If the architectural design was picked to be a cross, the ACLU and every atheist would be throwing a fit and taking this to court.
It's another guise for Americans to accept the islamatization of America and a slap in the face to those who died at the hands of those muslim terrorists who murdered these people for the sake of allah. I would bet none of those innocent people on the plane would be applauding this red crescent architectural design, especially the Christians who perished and the murderers are in hell cursing the lie of allah at this very moment.
I just don't see anything here to get worked up about.
The Red Crescent is affiliated with the Red Cross. Not exactly terrorism at its most ferocious.
I guess I am a jihadist, since I ate a crescent roll this morning.