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Extremist Imam Rauf Today: “90% of Sharia law is fully compatible — not only compatible — it’s consistent or compatible with American constitutional law and American laws. The areas of difference are small and minor.”

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Full audio here – Minute 58:40: "90% of Sharia law is fully compatible —  not only compatible —  it's
consistent or compatible with American constitutional law and American laws. The
areas of difference are small and minor."
Imam Rauf (more supremacist rhetoric here and here) hat tip Kamala

The objective of the stealth jihadists and the Muslim Brotherhood proxies in the US (CAIR, ISNA, ICNA, MAS, MSA, et al) is to impose Islam and sharia on the US, and so it is with Ground Zero Mosque Imam Rauf.

Rauf is mainstreaming the sharia and the jihad ideology. In suggesting that those of us defending American freedom are the "extremists" and placing us squarely on the same moral playing field as the Muslim terrorists who flew planes into buildings and have since committed close to 20,000 Islamic attacks of violent jihad across the world, this subversive Imam (and media darling) shows just how deeply we have been infiltrated by the enemy.

Make no mistake, Rauf did this. Rauf created this maelstrom. Rauf created this divisiveness. Rauf created this fight and he is loving every minute of it. It's all Islam, all the time. He could have done the decent thing months ago and shown some modicum of human compassion. He is incapable of that and everybody knows it.

Here's Rauf today:

New York (CNN) — Saying America has let extremists "hijack
the agenda," the imam behind a controversial proposal to place an
Islamic community center and mosque near Manhattan's ground zero said
Monday he wants to create a platform where the voice of moderate Muslims
can be amplified.

"This is an opportunity that we must
capitalize on, so those who teach moderation will have a megahorn," Imam
Feisal Abdul Rauf told the Council on Foreign Relations.

"We
come together at a time of great crisis and danger," he said. "What
began as a dispute over a community center in lower Manhattan has
spawned and grown into a much larger controversy about the relationship
between my beloved religion and my beloved country, between Islam and
America.

The events of the past few weeks have really saddened
me to my very core," he said. "I regret that some have misunderstood our
intentions. I'm deeply distressed that in this heated political season,
some have exploited this issue for their own agendas."

Since
1983, Rauf said he has served as imam of a mosque in New York's Tribeca
neighborhood, 12 blocks north of the site of the former World Trade
Center. The Twin Towers, he said, defined the neighborhood's skyline and
were part of its daily life. Some of his congregants died on September
11, 2001, he said, and Muslims grieved alongside their neighbors and
helped in efforts to rebuild.

"I belong to this neighborhood,
ladies and gentlemen," he said. "I'm a devout Muslim. I pray five times a
day — sometimes more, if I can — and I observe the rituals required
by my faith."

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