November 17, 2010, - 11:05 pm

Alien v. Predator: Westboro Freaks Protest Hezbollah Mosque

By Debbie Schlussel

When the Fred Phelps crew from the racist, bigoted, anti-Semitic Westboro Baptist Church recently announced they were coming to the Detroit area, this week, to protest at a fallen soldier’s funeral, they also announced they’d protest at a mosque.  And this disgusting church of inbred freaks recently announced that they are headed to Dearbornistan’s Islamic Center of America, a mosque I infiltrated and have written a great deal about, including a column in 1998 in the Detroit Newsistan when I went undercover there. The Phelps crew protesting at ICA is ironic–it’s Alien v. Predator all over again. As I’ve noted repeatedly, the Islamic Center of America is not only the largest mosque in North America, it is filled with extremists, including Hezbollah terrorists.

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Islamic Center of America Imam Hassan Qazwini (right) Hangs w/Hezbollah Spiritual Leader Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah (left)

Westboro Baptist Church Picket Schedule

Islamic Center of America in Dearborn, MI November 18, 2010 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM

WBC will picket the Islamic Center of America in Dearborn, MI, the largest mosque in North America, to remind the idolatrous, doomed Muslims that Mohammed was a pedophile and a false prophet. Like most other false religious systems of modern doomed america, Islam teaches rebellion against the Lord Jesus Christ. Muslims claim Christ was merely a prophet and that He did not die and live again. They claim His blood is not sufficient or even necessary for salvation. They shall learn the truth when Christ himself returns!

As I’ve exclusively reported, the mosque is funded by Iran and its imam, Hassan Qazwini, was sent here by the Ayatollahs to stop the assimilating mosque members from becoming normal Americans.  Qazwini, as I’ve noted, invited Louis Farrakhan to speak at the mosque and was one of several Detroit Islamic leaders praising Farrakhan as “our dear brother, a freedom fighter,” after he gave a speech calling American Jews “the forces of Satan” and calling for a jihad against them and against Christians. I’ve also written about Imam Qazwini’s tight relationship with recently-deceased Hezbollah spiritual leader, Grand Ayatollah Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah.  Qazwini is a top Hezbollah and Iran agent in America and was President Bush’s favorite imam during his Presidency, having been invited to the Bush ranch, several times. Read more here and here.

In many ways, this mosque is the Muslim version of the Westboro Baptist Church extremists. They agree on a lot of things. (And so does the unhinged crazy old nut, Bonni Intall, who runs Bare Naked Islam, who has said some of the same vicious things against religious Jews that both Westboro and the Islamic Center of America do. If you read that site, you are enabling and supporting those views and bigoted, uninformed Jew-hatred.)

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16 Responses

You cant really compare the two. Every day there are lslam inspired killings – thats every day of the year. There would never be one day without jihadi killings.
The Westboro people say some pretty offensive things but l for one would not try and silence them. lts a false equivalence to describe them as similiar. l am a little worried some harm might come to those kooks id they demonstrate that mosque. That place is the motherlode of evil.

flaedo on November 18, 2010 at 12:21 am

Whereas it’s well known where mosques get all their money from, for the life of me, I’ll never figure out where the Westboro Baptist church gets it’s funding. Anybody who isn’t a member, hates them. Flying around the country just to stand in front of funerals while holding up offensive posters requires some serious scratch. Reportedly somewhere in the neighborhood of $300,000 a year. Could Shirley Phelps really be that successful an attorney? Who the hell would hire that mutant? There are reportedly less than 80 members of that church, of which roughly a quarter are under 18. Could it be that there’s one secretly wealthy heir among them that is paying for everything?

Irving on November 18, 2010 at 1:06 am

Its an interesting question. Whereas the views Debbie has described about the Dearborn mosque are representative of Islamic thinking, the Westboro church’s views are bizarre and marginal and don’t reflect evangelical Christian thinking in this country.There is something to be said for anti-America and anti-Jewish extremists almost getting together under the same roof. For all their supposed theological differences, these folks have much in common.

This is one feud between though that I hope never ends.

NormanF on November 18, 2010 at 2:43 am

I’ve already proposed the best outcome of this event, one that rids America of the Westboro crew AND definitively exposes the nature of Islam.

http://rhymeswithright.mu.nu/archives/308389.php

Rhymes With Right on November 18, 2010 at 6:04 am

It would be great if these two groups could have a battle and get rid of each other simultaneously!

juniper on November 18, 2010 at 11:13 am

My only disagreement w/ your observations above – the mosque members being a version of the Westborough Church extremists. I’d submit that the bulk of Muslims (at least the observant ones) are versions of the Westborough Church extremists, whereas the bulk of Christians would be nothing like them. The views, which are fringe views in today’s Christianity, and indeed all other religions, are mainstream even in today’s Islam.

IP: I’ve never ever said I think that these freaks represent Christianity. I believe they do NOT and are kooks. Most American Christians are nothing like this. DS

Infidel Pride on November 18, 2010 at 11:35 am

    Exactly. As I pointed out, the Westboro church IS atypical of American Christianity.

    Whereas on the other hand, anti-Americanism, hatred of the Jews and Israel and support for terrorism and jihad, that’s mainstream fare in Islam.

    Granted, there are Muslims who are moderate and pro-Israel but they are really a tiny minority and they have no impact on mainstream Islamic thinking today.

    And if any one thinks that Islam is going to change in the foreseeable future, they are fools.

    NormanF on November 18, 2010 at 11:54 am

    Debbie you wrote to one poster:

    “I’ve never said I think that these freaks represent Christianity. I believe they do NOT and are kooks. Most American Christians are nothing like this.”

    You got that right Debbie, Debbie I assume you know that a few years ago, the ADL condemned Fred Phelps and his inbreded parishoners as a hateful church. Your right Debbie, Westboro Baptist Church do NOT represent me as a Christian (I’m a Baptist BTW, but not a churchgoer), just like the “Council for Conservative Citizens” DO NOT represent us conservatives, they to the CCC are a hateful group that’s racist, bigoted & anti-semetic, and the ADL condemned that group (CCC) as a hateful organization. Now Fred Phelps and his nutjob parishoners can protest against that mosque in Detroit, MI, because that mosque from what I’ve read here get their money from Iran and are hezbollah enablers.

    “A nation is identified by it’s borders, language & culture!”

    Sean R. on November 18, 2010 at 4:56 pm

As much as I have contempt for Phelps, I think this is wonderful. I wish he and his church would devote themselves full-time to protesting at mosques! I love it!

Jake on November 18, 2010 at 11:42 am

After all is said and done, the Westboro Church will have done America a favor. Their case is going before the Supreme Court. Their speech is despicable but they are forcing the Court to affirm their rights to speech. As long as they are not calling for an overthrow of the country or plotting to harm the country or others their speech is just that an opinion. A horrible one at that. Whether they protest fallen soldiers, Jews, Homosexuals, Muslims, or any other group they should be able to speak. No one is being forced to listen. Just walk on. Cause when they are silenced who will be next? Some people want hate crime legislation to go into cyberspace and anti-bullying measure to stop others speech.

Though I want to see the Muslims reaction to real people calling out their religion. At least they aren’t like the coward like the creators of South Park or Family Guy. They will ridicule everyone on their shows except Muslims.

CaliforniaScreaming on November 18, 2010 at 12:49 pm

My money says the Islamothugs smack down Westboro.

Dispite the media hoopla, Westboro is a bunch of amateurs.
The Muslims on the other hand have been at it for a long time and have it down pat.

Sam Adams on November 18, 2010 at 1:37 pm

Didn’t know that the Westboro folks were racists and anti-Semites. I don’t recall seeing anything racist or anti-Semitic when I went to their website a couple years back. Incidentally, the Westboro folks cannot be called Christians of any sort because they deny basic, core Christian doctrines. However, the same cannot be said of Muslim terrorists. Also, where Muslim radicals are violent (either by participation or incitement/validation/encouragement), the Westboro types are nonviolent. So, while the Westboro cult (again, not Christians, but a cult) is despicable (as is heavy metal music and a lot of other things in our culture), unlike radical Islam they do not pose any sort of threat and can (and should) be ignored. Even if they are indeed racist and anti-Semitic.

Gerald on November 18, 2010 at 1:46 pm

Alien vs. Predator indeed!

Jim Quinn had a very interesting take on these Westboro nutters. He believes it is a money-making scam because I think Fred Phelps had his law license revoked, so his livelyhood is incumbant on his nutter family protesting, being denied a permit, then they sue (most of the family are lawyers as well) siting first amendment violations.

Do they have the guts to protest a mosque? I’d dying to see…

Skunky on November 18, 2010 at 6:55 pm

Theologically, it is proper to say the Westboro Baptist Church is a professing membership, and they are apostate (from the Greek, “standing apart from the truth”).

Dr Dale on November 18, 2010 at 7:38 pm

I think Debbie’s work speaks for itself.

Is there anything you don’t agree with?

Cuz I think all her points are well made and you are soo helpful in spreading the word.

Keep it up!

NormanF on November 18, 2010 at 11:48 am

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