Ground Zero Victory Mosque Imam Issues Threat: If You Don't Build It "They Will Attack" (Video)

Ground Zero Victory Mosque Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf issued a threat to America in his interview with CNN this week.
The radical imam warned that if America did not get down on its knees and allow the victory mosque to be built on the bones of dead Americans that…
“They will attack.”

Family Security Matters reported on this CNN interview:

Imam Rauf threatens America:

“If this is not handled correctly, this crisis could become much bigger than the Danish cartoon crisis, which resulted in attacks on Danish embassies in various parts of the Muslim world…. If we don’t handle this crisis correctly it could become something which could really become very, very, very dangerous indeed.”

Imam Rauf, in all sincerity sir, you can take your victory mosque and shove it.

More… Fox News contributor Michelle Malkin added:

MALKIN: No doubt about it. But it’s not unbelievable. It’s completely expected, and I don’t think it’s any mistake that he used the word explode. In so many of these cases over the years, predating and postdating September 11, we’ve seen the practice of many of these members of the religion of perpetual outrage. And they’ll use any excuse to explode, whether it’s the drawing of some cartoons of Mohammed or in the Middle East, everything from holding beauty pageants to building KFCs in their neighborhoods. It’s always an excuse to explode. And this is the point — this is the point of the opponents of the ground zero mosque. It’s not just about the mosque. It’s about this threat that hangs over Western civilization like a Damoclean sword at all times for all reasons.

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