Friday, September 9, 2011
BY HANNAN ADELY
Ten years have passed since al-Qaida terrorists hijacked four planes in an attack that killed nearly 3,000 people and wiped the World Trade Center from the New York City skyline.
“Sept. 11 was a major rude awakening. All of a sudden our religion was hijacked by someone who flies into buildings,” said Mohamed El Filali, the outreach coordinator for the Islamic Center of Passaic County in Paterson.
Cardinale said those Muslim extremists want to “destroy American culture” and impose Shariah law, which he said makes women into cattle or slaves. But Muslims say critics are using terms like Shariah to inspire fear, while spreading misinformation about what those terms actually mean.
More on the poor hijacked, hijabbed and misunderstood muslims at "North Jersey"
If "sharia" inspires fear, while spreading the usual "misinformation", I wonder what "behead" means, and whether there is "misinformation" about it to inspire fear.