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A captured internal Muslim Brotherhood document states: “The process of settlement is a ‘Civilization-Jihadist Process’ with all the word means. The Ikhwan must understand that their work in America is a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and God’s religion is made victorious over all other religions.”
Now if you were dedicated to that goal of “eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within,” how would you act any differently from how these people are acting?
“US ‘Border Church’ and ‘Border Mosque’ team up for prayer service,” by Alejandra Molina, RNS, October 25, 2019 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
For more than a decade, the Rev. John Fanestil, a United Methodist minister, has held a Sunday service at Friendship Park, a historic meeting place on the US-Mexico border overlooking the Pacific Ocean between San Diego and Tijuana.
While Communion is celebrated each week, Fanestil began the non-sectarian Christian ministry to help preserve the park as a public space where family members separated by their immigration status can interact, even if their interaction takes place through border fencing.
But in recent months, Border Church, or La Iglesia Fronteriza, has blossomed into a multifaith movement that includes a group of Muslims, who call themselves the Border Mosque, that has been joining Fanestil in prayer since April.
On Sunday. the two groups will co-host “Pray Beyond Borders”, a binational day of prayer that will include Indigenous, Muslim, Christian and Jewish leaders, as well as civil rights activist Linda Sarsour.
The event comes a year after new US Government restrictions took effect at the site, limiting the number of people allowed in the park to 10, down from 25, with federal immigration officials rotating people in and out every 30 minutes, Fanestil said.
Dustin Craun, executive director of the San Diego branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said the interfaith work at Friendship Park “is primarily about the families and keeping that space open”….
Craun has also been inspired by the border.
He has worked in El Paso, Texas, and Juarez, across the border, volunteering for a time at Annunciation House, a Catholic non-profit in El Paso that helps refugees. About five years ago, he co-founded MPower Change, a Muslim-led social and racial justice organisation, where he worked with Sarsour and other activists. Among MPower’s achievements is successfully advocating for the Louisville International Airport in Kentucky to be renamed after Muhammad Ali, a Louisville native.
Craun moved to San Diego earlier this year, he said, with the idea of beginning “some type of binational prayer”. When he learned of Border Church, he contacted Fanestil and Border Mosque was born soon afterward. Craun has produced a short film about the work Border Church has done to protect the part of Friendship Park where families meet. The film also documents how Border Church inspired the Muslim community “to stand for justice in the borderlands,” he said….
Sonia Garcia, founder of the Latina Muslim Foundation, said that the Border Mosque is a way for Muslims, who have faced immigration difficulties since 9/11, to expand their activism. Muslim voices, she said, need to “be heard in all borders,” and to stand for deported people and separated families no matter their national origin….