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    OT: Revolting Revolutionary NYC Taxi Driver

    This is disgusting!!!!! :steamin::steamin::steamin:

    [url]http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,341811,00.html[/url]

    U.S. Based Revolution Muslim Website Spreading Messages of Hate
    NEW YORK, N.Y. — On any given day, log on to RevolutionMuslim.com and a host of startling images appear:

    — The Statue of Liberty, with an ax blade cutting through her side;

    — Video mocking the beheading of American journalist Daniel Pearl, entitled "Daniel Pearl I am Happy Your Dead :) ";

    — Video of a puppet show lampooning U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq;

    — The latest speech from Sheikh Abdullah Faisal, an extremist Muslim cleric convicted in the UK and later deported for soliciting the murder of non-Muslims.

    Even more surprising is that RevolutionMuslim.com isn't being maintained in some remote safe house in Pakistan. Instead, Yousef al-Khattab, the Web site creator, runs it from his home in the New York City Borough of Queens.
    And, because al-Khattab enjoys the First Amendment right to freedom of speech, all the authorities can do is watch.

    Formerly known as Joseph Cohen, al-Khattab is an American-born Jew who converted to Islam after attending an Orthodox Rabbinical school, which he later described as a “racist cult.”

    The 39-year-old New York taxi driver launched RevolutionMuslim.com with the mission of “preserving Islamic culture,” “calling people to the oneness of God” and asking them to “support the beloved Sheik Abdullah Faisal, who’s preaching the religion of Islam and serving as a spiritual guide.”

    In 2003 Faisal was convicted in the U.K. for spreading messages of racial hatred and urging his followers to kill Jews, Hindus and Westerners. In sermon recordings played at his trial, Faisal called on young, impressionable Muslims to use chemical weapons to “exterminate unbelievers” and “cut the throat of the Kaffars [nonbelievers] with [a] machete.”

    Authorities believe Faisal’s sermons have influenced 2005 London transport bomber Germaine Lindsay and "shoe bomber" Richard Reid, who attended mosques where Faisal preached.

    At times, al-Khattab's postings are farcical, such as a picture of him holding the book "Nuclear Jihad" with a wry smile on his face. Other messages call for radical Muslim rule worldwide.

    Al-Khattab claims the Sept. 11 terror attacks were an “inside job,” and he blames U.S. foreign policy for spawning the terrorism that carried out the attacks.

    He calls Daniel Pearl, who was kidnapped and beheaded in 2002 by Islamic extremists in Pakistan, “a convicted spy.”

    “I could care less about Daniel Pearl,” al-Khattab said in an interview with FOXNews.com. “I’m happy to see that he’s gone.”
    The content changes constantly. One reason is that the fast flow of information allows messages to spread through cyberspace quickly. Another, terrorism analysts say, is to make it difficult for law enforcement to monitor the site.

    Despite his radical anti-Western views, al-Khattab says he does not support terrorism of any kind.

    Yet, RevolutionMuslim.com claims to be the official site of “North American representatives” for Sheikh Faisal, and it appears dedicated to spreading his radical doctrine.

    He says Faisal “never said to kill innocent people” and was unjustly imprisoned. He says the real terror organizations are the U.S. Army, the CIA, and the FBI — and the National Coast Guard, “to a lesser extent.”

    According to RevolutionMuslim, Faisal — who was deported to his native Jamaica in 2007 — is now receiving donations solicited on the site, including money for a new laptop and DVD burner to spread his message.

    It's not illegal to post these messages or collect money for Faisal, but it would be if Faisal were designated a terrorist by the U.S. government. He currently is not listed on any government terror list; a Department of Justice spokesman could not confirm or deny if Faisal is being investigated for any terror related activity.

    RevolutionMuslim may look amateurish when compared with other extremist Web sites, but it is no less of a threat, says Mia Bloom, political science professor at the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs.

    “It may lead people who become radicalized by it to turn to other, more dangerous Web sites,” such as those run by terrorist organizations, she said.

    Bloom characterized al-Khattab’s message as “narrow” and “misinformed” and said he is attempting to “proselytize or radicalize people who share some of these same ideas.”

    “[He] has obviously been duped or is duping others because that’s not what Islam preaches,” she said.

    On his site al-Khattab appears to condemn the very democracy that guarantees him the freedom to express himself — a freedom he cites in a disclaimer on his homepage:

    “We hereby declare and make absolute public declaration that revolutionmuslim.com operates under the first amendment right to freedom of religion and expression and that in no way, shape, or form do we call for war against the U.S. government or adhere to the enemies of the United States elsewhere.”

    Under the law FBI spokesman Richard Kolko said it is difficult to bring criminal charges against the operators of Web sites like RevolutionMuslim.com unless specific threats are made against an individual or individuals.

    Kolko while not speaking directly about RevolutionMuslim said radical sites like these are not often prosecuted.

    "It's usually a First Amendment right if they don't cross the threshold of making any threats," said Kolko. "There's nothing we should or could do."

    “Until the rhetoric reaches the point in which it’s no longer protected speech under the first amendment, it’s hard to stop it,” said security expert, Harvey Kushner.

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    [quote]Formerly known as Joseph Cohen, al-Khattab is an American-born Jew who converted to Islam after attending an Orthodox Rabbinical school, which he later described as a “racist cult.”[/quote]

    I'm sure his parents are very proud. :rolleyes:

    Sounds to me like this guy was getting shot down by a lot of Jewish girls.

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    I'd expect no less from the religion of piss.

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    I checked out their messageboard a couple of hours ago. Some guy on their was giving them a lot of sh*t...:yes:

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    Sounds like he had only 3 candles for Hanukah or something.

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    NYC Cab Driver?

    RG...this a buddy of yours?

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    [QUOTE=DeanPatsFan;2451339]I'd expect no less from the religion of piss.[/QUOTE]

    religion of piss? which one is that?

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    [QUOTE=piney;2451495]religion of piss? which one is that?[/QUOTE]


    The one thats bent on destroying us.. You know the one you democrats give more rights to then Christians.. That one.

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    [QUOTE=JerseyJet2007;2451500]The one thats bent on destroying us.. You know the one you democrats give more rights to then Christians.. That one.[/QUOTE]

    which one is that? I am not familiar with a religion that is bent on destroying us....

    please elaborate

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    Who cares..

    Why give this moron any attention

    This is a free country and this guys nonsense is protected by that freedom. Bringing attention to it only empowers him

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    [QUOTE=piney;2451559]which one is that? I am not familiar with a religion that is bent on destroying us....

    please elaborate[/QUOTE]

    And you wonder why you friggin people get win a damn election? I mean honestly. Your to loony. Most Americans know the threat of Radical Islam is real. Until you know that, don't expect to take back the White House..

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    [QUOTE=CTM;2451569]Who cares..

    Why give this moron any attention

    This is a free country and this guys nonsense is protected by that freedom. Bringing attention to it only empowers him[/QUOTE]

    Are you calling me a moron?

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    [QUOTE=JerseyJet2007;2451574]And you wonder why you friggin people get win a damn election? I mean honestly. Your to loony. Most Americans know the threat of Radical Islam is real. Until you know that, don't expect to take back the White House..[/QUOTE]

    so you believe that the entire religion of Islam is based solely on destroying the western world?


    ummm...

    you know that is how many people feel or felt about christianity too....

    would it be fair for me to declare war or call out christians based on the misguided actions of the past?

    Or on the actions of a percentage of the followers or leaders of the catholic church?

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    [QUOTE=piney;2451559]which one is that? I am not familiar with a religion that is bent on destroying us....

    please elaborate[/QUOTE]

    Apparently you didn't see the celebrating throughout the arab world on 9-11....

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    [QUOTE=JerseyJet2007;2451500]The one thats bent on destroying us.. You know the one you democrats give more rights to then Christians.. That one.[/QUOTE]

    What rights do Muslims have that poor poor poor oppressed NJ Christians don't?

    And why would you need a govt. to grant you rights anyway? Doesn't your god take care of that? He is real, isn't he? Why doesn't he just step up and prove once and for all that Allah doesn't exist?

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    [QUOTE=piney;2451595]so you believe that the entire religion of Islam is based solely on destroying the western world?


    ummm...

    you know that is how many people feel or felt about christianity too....

    would it be fair for me to declare war or call out christians based on the misguided actions of the past?

    Or on the actions of a percentage of the followers or leaders of the catholic church?[/QUOTE]

    Comparing modern day Christianity to modern day Islam is assinine, and a stretch of reality so deep it's laughable. You cannot even begin to have a rational discussion with someone who would actually try to play the equaivalency game in such a way.

    It's excuse making, and deflecting of the topic because deep down, you simply have no excuse for the actions and beliefs of Radicial Islam around our world today.

    What percentage of the whole is at fault is meaningless, since the whole fails to even try to stop it's minority of hate and violence.

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    [QUOTE=JerseyJet2007;2451575]Are you calling me a moron?[/QUOTE]

    Do you drive a taxi and operate an Anit-American website? Because that seems to be the person CTM is miffed at.

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    [QUOTE=JerseyJet2007;2451575]Are you calling me a moron?[/QUOTE]

    No, but I can if you like..

    Moron

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;2451935]What rights do Muslims have that poor poor poor oppressed NJ Christians don't?

    And why would you need a govt. to grant you rights anyway? Doesn't your god take care of that? He is real, isn't he? Why doesn't he just step up and prove once and for all that Allah doesn't exist?[/QUOTE]

    um, Muslims, Christians, Jews all have different "names" for the same God.

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    [QUOTE=sect112row36;2452271]um, Muslims, Christians, Jews all have different "names" for the same God.[/QUOTE]

    Athiest don't understand anything, save your troubles.

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