Lee Baca testimony at Peter King’s Muslim hearings

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  • YEAL9

    The reason for this hearing and one that takes priority over any hurt feelings or tears: What instigated the attack on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon? And what continues to drive Muslims to commit global acts of terror and horror? The koran, Mohammed’s book of death for all infidels and Muslim domination of the world by any means. Muslims must clean up this book removing said passages admitting that they are based on the Gabriel myth and therefore obviously the hallucinations and/or lies of Mohammed. Then we can talk about the safety and location of mosques and what is taught therein. Until then, no male Muslim can be trusted anytime or anywhere to include those living in LA.–(Dr. Jasser, one of the witnesses at the hearing definitely is aware of the situation within Islam. One hopes he is successful in his attempts to modernize Islam.)

  • Farnaz2Mansouri21

    “I appreciate the opportunity to add to a discussion on an important topic that affects all of our communities.”Good evening, Sheriff Baca. You have a rather good reputation among diverse groups. Since it is unlikely that I will have the opportunity to contact you directly again, I would like to ask you to comment on the alarming upsurge in antisemitic violence in Los Angeles. This goes beyond the nationally scandalous UC Irvine, whose Muslim Student Association violence against Jews lead to an appeal at the federal level, and beyond UC’s famous antisemitic professor, whom it retains despite his racism and dubious scholarship.This goes to 88 per cent of hate crimes in LA having been committed against Jews in 2009.Who are the perpetrators? Why is UC, and particularly, UC Irvine permitted to continue harrassing Jews?Again, I realize I’m off topic. Sorry, but antisemitism is a priority for me, if not for this blog.

  • StewartIII

    NewsBusters: ‘On Faith’ Reprints Testimony of Sheriff Critical of Muslim Radicalization Hearings, But Not of Muslim Man Who Supports Them

  • YEAL9

    Instead of any future hearings on the radicalization of Abrahamic religions:There never was and never will be any angels i.e. no Gabriel, no IslamThere was and never will be any bodily resurrections i.e. No Easter, no ChristianityAbraham and Moses never existed.Added details upon request.And then there is this for the crybaby politicians and clerics:Recognizing the flaws, follies and frauds in the foundations of Islam, Judaism and Christianity by the “bowers”, kneelers” and “pew peasants” will converge these religions into some simple rules of life. No koran, bible, clerics, nuns, monks, imams, evangelicals, ayatollahs, rabbis, professors of religion or priests needed or desired.Ditto for houses of “worthless worship” aka mosques, churches, basilicas, cathedrals, temples or synagogues

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