Flight 93 Memorial An Islamic Crescent Pointing to Mecca & Breaking News on Jerusalem

                                                                         

AMERICAN DRAFT FOR SPLITTING JERUSALEM IN TWO! AND Much more


Allows Palestinian security control,
asks Israel to forfeit Temple Mount GO TO World Net Daily
 

 Flight 93 Memorial An Islamic Crescent Pointing to Mecca 

    Hattip to & by

 Creeping Sharia

…and includes 44 glass blocks on the flight path, equaling the number of passengers, crew, AND terrorists.

This is an official call to action. If the blogosphere can get a vodka ad pulled, it should be able to bring significant visibility to this much more important issue. Sign the petition (link below), forward the link to friends – do whatever you can. Read it all – much more background at end of story.

A group of concerned citizens has been raising alarms about the Islamic elements planned for the Flight 93 Memorial near Shanksville, Pa., for years. And a member of Congress has demanded the National Park Service make changes in its plans.

But there’s been no substantive response, and now the activists say it’s time for the American people to let officials know whether they want to pay for a memorial with a crescent that points to Mecca. The opponents say the configuration comprises a “mihrab,” the foundational point for every Islamic mosque. It also includes a tower designed like an Islamic sundial and 44 memorial glass blocks, one each for the passengers, crew and terrorists aboard Flight 93.

The new petition, promoted both online and on paper, tells the government simply to investigate the design of the memorial, which is to honor the passengers and crew members of Flight 93 who perished Sept. 11, 2001.

I am asking all to sign this petition if you agree that this is not the way to honor our fallen hero’s from Flight 93. I just keep thinking of that brave young man and all the others when he said “lets Roll”. Personally I am thinking…”What are they Thinking?”


The original proposal for the memorial, left, compared to an Islamic crescent, viewed from the same angle. The visitors’ plaza would be where t he star is.