September 11, 2012: A day that will live in infamy

American Thinker

September  11 of 2012, just nine months ago, was the eleventh anniversary of the  Declaration of Holy War signaled by three simultaneous attacks on America by  nineteen Saudi Arabian suiciders, killing 3,000 innocent people in Manhattan, at  the Pentagon, and in the air over Pennsylvania.


That  Declaration of War came from the brutal desert theocracy of Saudi Arabia, run by  its Wahhabi priesthood.  Wahhabism follows ancient Muslim war theology  against all non-Muslims and against Muslims heretics like the Iranians.   Wahhabism runs a worldwide oil-funded missionary campaign, and mosques  built by Arabian oil billionaires are often staffed by Wahhabi imams, who preach  holy war against the rest of humanity.


“Islam”  means surrender or else.

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