Book outlines tactics of Islam for conquest

Oct. 14, 2012 at 5:14 a.m.

Editor, the Advocate:

As we near the coming presidential elections, I would like to suggest a book to read for anyone concerned about the future of America. The book is titled "Islam: the Seed of Slavery?" by the Rev. Maiwa'Azi Dan Daura of Nigeria.

Raised in an Islamic system, Rev. Maiwa Daura sheds light on the hopes and dreams of the nation of Islam by sharing strategies employed to position Islam for conquest:

1) Alienate the poor through evangelism and humanitarian efforts and at the same time demonize the successful.

2) Slowly and quietly infiltrate all sectors of society and business, education and government positions in order to exact greater leverage to control wealth, information and laws.

3) Sow seeds of discord and racism in order to divide everything and everyone from family units, churches, people, groups and even entire nations.

Does this sound familiar? I wonder, is America being positioned for conquest?

Patrick Overton, Port O'Connor



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