October 8, 2007, - 11:09 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
When devout Catholic and former pizza magnate Tom Monaghan planned to build private Catholic cities in Florida, he was roundly excoriated by the mainstream press. And the ACLU threatened so loudly, he stepped back from those plans.
No such outrage, though, for the Bin Laden Group’s new plans for private cities (you can bet they’ll be Islamofascist) all over Arabia. The report came out in August, and I only just heard of it through astute reader Lui. Yes, they’re not in the States, but don’t kid yourself if you think that’s not coming here ultimately. They already have Sharia law tribunals in Canada, which are accepted as legally binding. And the ACLU isn’t challenging any Muslim religious encroachments upon America, including the footbaths springing up at a restroom near you.
So this may be next in a rural America town or urbane suburb near you:
Middle East Development, a Dubai-based firm controlled by the Saudi bin Laden Group, is obtaining large parcels of land in Yemen, Djibouti and Syria for development, Reuters reported. CEO Oussama Al-Dimashki said the goal is to build city ‘franchises,’ whole new cities that would be run by private corporations and businesses rather than governments. He said the projects would cost ‘hundreds of billions of dollars.’
Dar Al-Harb will fast become Dar Al-Islam through capitalism without limits. V. I. Lenin was right about us selling the rope on which to hang ourselves . . . while we worry about Tom Monaghan’s benign Catholic community that never was.
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