El-Cid Ground Zero Mosque


The Tundra Tabloids has its own copy of the El-Cid movie, and periodically, watches it for inspiration because it shows, very accurately, before the multi-culti PC elite infected our societies with their absurd ramblings, the true nature of the Muslim ideology.

The issue over whether the Cordoba House Initiative (now known as Park 51 project due to the fact that Cordoba has correctly become synonomous with Islamic supremacism) is of a peaceful nature, or in fact a trojan horse, can be ascertained by reviewing history. The Baron publishes an interesting post on the El-Cid movie and how it sheds the light on the Ground Zero mosque and on a new “counterweight to Imam Rauf’s propaganda coup, The El Cid Project.

El Cid Versus the Mosque, Part 1

It was no accident of public relations that “Córdoba Initiative” was chosen as the title of the Ground Zero mosque project. The city of Córdoba was the capital of al-Andalus, the Umayyad Caliphate in Iberia, and the famous Córdoba Mosque was built atop the rubble of a destroyed church.
For the last several decades Islam has been expanding into the West using cunning and deceit facilitated by the treason of our governing elites, who have sold their own countries to the Islamic invaders. This peaceful conquest is a historical anomaly, however — from its inception until its long decline began in 1683, Islam expanded solely through violence.
Wherever Islam expanded violently, it built mosques at the sites of its victories. The minarets rose over the rubble of destroyed churches, synagogues, and temples to stand as symbols of Islam’s conquest of the kuffar. The Córdoba Mosque was an architectural announcement of the Moorish triumph over Christian Iberia.
The Córdoba Initiative thus provides an obvious historical analogy to the Islamic victory on September 11th, 2001, at Ground Zero. The significance of the name and place will not be lost on any educated Muslim who hears about the project.

Read it all here.

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