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    If you happen to have some free time on your hands today......

    pick out the closest one to you, and go "deal" with this Wahhabi/Salaf/Muwahhid scourge as it exists in our country....

    time to quit fukkin' around, fuk freedom of religion, and give no quarter.....

    it's time to consider that we've reached the breaking point of putting up with this sect of murderous, cowardice islam, and get these fukkers out of our country, either by killing them all, or killing most of them, and shipping the rest the fuk outta here......

    fuk the liberal media, fuk obama and his diversity visas, and fuk anyone who thinks any of these fuks should be in our country......

    List of mosques in the United States

    A mosque, or masjid, can be defined as any place that Muslims pray facing to Mecca, and is not necessarily a building; by that meaning there were mosques in the United States by 1731 or earlier. Muslim Job ben Solomon (1701–1773), an African-American who was kidnapped into slavery in Senegal or Gambia, is documented by his slave narrative memoir to have prayed in the forest of Kent Island, Maryland, where he was brought during 1731–33.[1]
    Some sources assert that what is likely the first American mosque building was a mosque in Biddeford, Maine that was founded in 1915 by Albanian Muslims. A Muslim cemetery still existed there in 1996.[2][3]
    However the first "purpose-built" mosque building was probably a mosque opened in 1921 in Detroit, Michigan. It was close to the famous Highland Park Ford Plant which began mass, assembly-line production of Ford Model T cars in 1913, and where "hundreds of Arab American men" came to work. This mosque included Sunni, Shia and Ahmadi Muslims, and was funded by Muhammad Karoub, a real estate developer.[1]
    The Mother Mosque of America, built in 1934 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is asserted to be the oldest still-existing mosque building in the U.S. Also is asserted to be the oldest standing mosque in the U.S. is the Al-Sadiq Mosque, built in 1922 in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Chicago.
    Nation of Islam mosques, mostly of African Americans, are often in storefronts or former churches.[1]
    It has been estimated that there were somewhat more than 100 mosques in the U.S. in 1970, but immigration of more than a million Muslims since then led to hundreds more being built.[1]
    In 1994 the Islamic Center of Yuba City, in California, was destroyed by fire set in a hate-crime, and is one of two mosques destroyed by a hate-crime in U.S. history, (the second being in Joplin, Missouri in 2012) . It had just been completed at cost of $1.8 million plus sweat equity of the Muslims of its rural community, including descendants of Pakistani who immigrated to the area c. 1902. Its story, including its rebuilding, is told in David Washburn's 2012 documentary film An American Mosque.[4]
    In 2002 a book on "the American Mosque" appeared.[5]
    The overall number of mosques in the United States quietly rose from 1,209 in 2000 to 2,106 in 2010, an increase of 74%.[6]
    The "Ground Zero mosque", a planned mosque in lower Manhattan, was the subject of controversy from 2010 on. In September 2011, a temporary 4,000-square-foot (370 m2) Islamic center opened in renovated space at the site,[7] and current plans are for a museum to be built, instead of a mosque.
    A 2011 study, The American Mosque 2011, sponsored by the Hartford Institute for Religion Research (Hartford Seminary), the Association of Statisticians of American Religious Bodies, as well as the nation's largest Islamic civic and religious groups, including the Islamic Society of North America and the Council on American-Islamic Relations, found that the U.S. States with the most mosques were New York (257), California (246) and Texas (166).[6]
    Through 2014, a building boom for mosques has been going on.[8]
    Numerous ones mentioned for their architecture:[9]
    An overview is provided.[10]
    Notable individual mosques[edit]

    Name Photo Location State Year G Remarks
    Islamic Community Center of Anchorage, Alaska (ICCAA)
    Alaska First Masjid
    3901 Taft Drive, Anchorage
    61.14843N 149.86206W
    Alaska 2010 (begun) Broke ground October 2010 in construction of Alaska's first masjid, school, and center.[11] To serve Anchorage's approximately 3,000 diverse Muslims in a 15,000-square-foot-facility (1,400 m2).[12][13][14]
    Mosque Tucson

    Tucson Arizona ? AMJ Also known as the 'Yousaf Mosque'
    Tucson Islamic Center, University of Arizona

    7516 North Black Canyon Highway, Tucson Arizona ? U
    Islamic Community Center of Phoenix Phoenix Arizona 1982
    Baitul Hameed

    34.0365N 117.7062W
    California 1989 AMJ The Baitul Hameed Mosque (English: House of the Praiseworthy) is the largest Ahmadiyya Muslim mosque in the Western part of the United States with an area of 19,000 square feet (1,800 m2).
    Islamic Center of Orange County Garden Grove, California California 1976 Asserted to be one of the largest Muslim centers in the Western Hemisphere, with almost 7,000 worshipers.
    Islamic Center of Irvine

    Irvine, California California 2004
    Islamic Center of Southern California Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, California
    34.066384N 118.291312W
    California 1952 Very large.
    Sacramento Islamic Mosque 411 V St., Sacramento, California California Asserted to be the oldest mosque in the United States west of the Mississippi River.
    Masjid Annur Islamic Center Sacramento, California
    Masjid Ar-Ribat al-Islami 7173 Saranac Street, San Diego, California California A Sunni mosque.
    Islamic Center of Yuba City Yuba City, California California Completed in 1994 at cost of $1.8 million and thousands of hours of sweat equity, including community members descended from Pakistani who immigrated to the area in c. 1902. It was then burnt by arson, in the first hate-crime destroying a mosque in the United States. The case received little attention at the time but is subject of 2015 documentary An American Mosqueproduced by David Washburn.[4]
    Islamic Center of Greater Hartford Hartford and Berlin Connecticut Its president, Dr. M. Reza Mansoor is a Hartford Hospital cardiologist and "a long-time Trustee of the Hartford Seminary, the country’s oldest center for the study of Islam and Christian-Muslim relations."[15] [16] Berlin, CT, new mosque is also part of IAGH.[17]Mansoor was also founding president of the Muslim Coalition of Connecticut.[18][19][20]
    Masjid An-Noor, Bridgeport, a.k.a. Bridgepoort Islamic Society-Masjid An-Noor Bridgeport, Connecticut Connecticut Its building purchased in 1991 was formerly a bank.[21]As the largest mosque in Bridgeport area, it was subject of questions in 2010 regarding any possible association of Faisal Shahzad, the May 1, 2010 Times Square bomber who lived in Bridgeport). Demonstraters from as far away as Texas confronted the mosque in protests in August 2010.[22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29]
    Bridgeport Islamic Community Center Bridgeport, Connecticut Connecticut
    Islamic Center of Connecticut Windsor, Connecticut Connecticut
    Assalam Center

    Boca Raton Florida
    Atlanta Masjid of Al-Islam 560 Fayetteville Road, Atlanta, Georgia
    33.7385N 84.3108W
    Georgia Established when Elijah Muhammadpurchased a property on Bankhead Hwy, moved later.
    Al-Farooq Masjid Mosque

    Atlanta, Georgia Georgia
    Islamic Community Center of Augusta Augusta, Georgia Georgia 2012 U
    Masjid Al-Quba Buford, Georgia Georgia 2010 S Established first Masjid in vicinity of Mall of Georgia area
    Honolulu Mosque Honolulu, Oahu Hawaii Muslim Association of Hawaii
    Mosque Foundation

    7360 W. 93rd St., Bridgeview, Illinois Illinois 1980 Mosque Foundation webpage
    Mosque Maryam
    Muslim Temple No. 2

    7351 South Stony Island Avenue, Chicago
    Illinois 1972 NoI Originally a Greek Orthodox church, purchased in 1972 by the Nation of Islam. Headquarters of the Nation of Islam and of Louis Farrakhan.
    Baitul Jamay

    Chicago Illinois
    Al-Sadiq Mosque

    Bronzevilleneighborhood, Chicago Illinois 1922 Asserted to be the oldest standing mosque in the U.S.
    Islamic Foundation 300 W. High Ridge Road, Villa Park, Illinois
    41.867913N 87.985876W
    Illinois 1974 Islamic Foundation webpage
    Islamic Foundation North

    1751 O'Plaine Rd, Waukegan, Illinois
    42.328052N 87.913123W
    Illinois 2004 IFNoOnline website
    Masjid DarusSalam

    21W525 North Avenue, Lombard, Illinois
    41.903073N 88.045311W
    Illinois 2013 DarusSalam Foundation webpage
    Muslim Community Center 4380 N. Elston Ave., Chicago
    41.960164N 87.729012W
    Illinois 1969 MCCChicago webpage
    Muslim Association of Greater Rockford

    5921 Darlene Drive, Rockford Illinois 1984 MAGR website
    Masjid Noor ul-Islam, Burmese Muslim Education and Community Center

    2121 Seddlemeyer Ave, Fort Wayne Indiana 2015 The first Masjid built by the Burmese Muslim community outside their nation.[30] BMECC website
    Mother Mosque of America

    1335 9th Street NW, Cedar Rapids
    Iowa 1934 U
    Darul Arqum Islamic Centre

    1212 Iowa Ave, Ames, IA 50014, Ames Iowa U Darul Arqum Islamic Centre website
    Masjid Omar Bin Khattab

    Harvey Louisiana
    Baitur Rahman

    Silver Spring, Maryland Maryland 1994 AMJ
    Diyanet Center of America Lanham, Maryland Maryland Mosque complex built with support of Turkish government.
    Imam Mahdi Islamic Education Center of Baltimore 2406 Putty Hill Ave, Parkville, Baltimore County, Maryland Maryland 2003
    Islamic Society of Western Maryland 2036 Day Road, Hagerstown, Maryland
    Maryland 1994
    Allston Congregational Church

    31–41 Quint Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts Massachusetts A mosque meets in former Congregational church.
    Islamic Society of Boston

    Cambridge, Massachusetts Massachusetts
    Islamic Society of Greater Lowell Chelmsford, Massachusetts Massachusetts
    Quincy Mosque Quincy, Massachusetts Massachusetts 1963
    Sharon Mosque Sharon, Massachusetts Massachusetts Was established by Lebanese Americanimmigrants.
    Worcester Mosque Worcester, Massachusetts Massachusetts 2005
    Islamic Center of America

    Dearborn Michigan 2005 U
    Dearborn Mosque Dearborn Michigan 1937 U
    Muslim Temple No. 1 Detroit Michigan 1931 NoI First mosque of the Nation of Islam.
    Al-Islah Mosque Hamtramck, Michigan Michigan 2000 Following the Sunni tradition. It was founded by immigrants from Bangladesh.
    Islamic Center and Mosque of Grand Rapids Grand Rapids, Michigan Michigan 1986
    Islamic Center of Mississippi-Starkville 204 Herbert St, Starkville, Mississippi Mississippi
    Daar-Ul-Islam 517 Weidman Road, Ballwin, Missouri Missouri One of two mosques of the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis
    Islamic Center of Central Missouri

    201 S. Fifth St., Columbia, Missouri
    Missouri 1983 First ever Islamic Center in Missouri.
    St. Louis Islamic Center St. Louis, Missouri Missouri 2010 a Bosnian mosque
    Masjid As-Sabur (As-Sabur Mosque) Las Vegas, Nevada Nevada
    Islamic Association of Long Island 10 Park Hill Drive, Selden, New York, eastern Long Island 65 miles east of NYC New York 1974 Also known as the Selden Masjid
    Islamic Society of Central New York Comstock Avenue, Syracuse, New York New York 1981 Sunni mosque and community center
    Masjid Al-Mamoor Jamaica, New York New York Also known as the Jamaica Muslim Center, includes a Mosque, a school, a place for religious gathering and eating facilities, and is one of the largest multi-purpose Muslim establishments in the U.S. Located in a Bangladeshi-American neighborhood.
    Masjid Hamza 200 Stuart Avenue, Valley Stream, New York New York
    Mid-Hudson Islamic Association Wappingers Falls, New York New York Also known as Masjid Al-Noor (Arabicمسجد النور)
    Mosque No. 7

    Harlem, New York City New York Where Malcolm X preached in a storefront until he split from Elijah Muhammad and left the Nation of Islamin 1964. Destroyed in a bombing in 1965, after Malcolm X's assassination. Rebuilt later as a proper mosque and known as Malcolm Shabazz Mosque or Masjid Malcolm Shabazz.
    Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood 130 West 113th Street, Harlem, New York City New York Successor to the Sunni Muslim mosque that was named Muslim Mosque, Inc., which was started by Malcolm X after Malcolm X split from Elijah Muhammadin 1964
    Hazrati Abu Bakr Siddique

    Flushing, Queens
    New York
    Masjid al-Ikhlas

    New York 1992
    Islamic Cultural Center of New York

    1711 Third Avenue, New York City
    New York 1991 Also known as "96th Street Mosque"
    Park51 49–51 Park Place, New York City
    New York 2011 (temporary facility) Proposed mosque, also known as the "Ground Zero mosque", a plan that became subject of controversy in 2010. Currently a museum, not a mosque, is planned. But in September 2011, a temporary 4,000-square-foot (370 m2) Islamic center opened in renovated space at the site.[7]
    Beit El-Maqdis Islamic Center

    New York City New York
    Noor Islamic Cultural Center Columbus Ohio 2006 U
    Islamic Society of Greater Dayton Josie Street, Dayton Ohio Sunni
    Islamic Society of Greater Toledo

    Toledo Ohio
    Portland Rizwan Mosque Portland Oregon ? AMJ [31]Posted: 07/19/2010 9:03 pm EDT
    Mosque of Shaikh M. R. Bawa Muhaiyaddeen

    Philadelphia Pennsylvania 1984
    Masjd Al-Islamic

    North Springfield, Rhode Island Rhode Island
    Islamic Center of Murfreesboro

    Murfreesboro, Tennessee Tennessee 2012
    East Plano Islamic Center (EPIC Masjid)

    1360 Star Ct, Plano, Texas Texas
    Dallas Central Mosque of the Islamic Association of North Texas

    840 Abrams Rd, Richardson, Texas Texas
    Islamic Center of Greater Austin 5110 Manor Road, Austin, TX 78723, United States Texas 1977
    Islamic Center of Irving

    2555 N Esters Road, Irving Texas 1991
    Baitus Samee, Texas

    Houston Texas AMJ
    Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center(Arabic: مركز دار الهجرة الاسلامي, English: Land of Migration)

    Seven Corners area of unincorporated Fairfax County, Virginia Virginia
    Islamic Center of Washington

    Washington, D.C. 1957 U
    Fazl Mosque, also called the American Fazl Mosque

    Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. 1950 Established by the Ahmadis in 1950. Served as the American headquarters of the Ahmaddiya movement in the United States until 1994
    Islamic Society of Northern Wisconsin Altoona, Wisconsin Wisconsin

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    i need to check my deer rifle to make sure my scope is still perfectly sighted in, which I generally do during the week before deer season begins...

    that just happens to be this week, the same week that some fukhead wahhabi mooselum decided to kill innocent americans.....

    I usually do it at the ranch.....

    today, the "ranch" just might be on this list:

    "Mosques in Texas"

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    It seems it would more fit your skill set to sleep with a bunch of muslim women, film the encounters, then send the footage to their families and community leaders. The muslim men will stone them, killing one bird, then maybe the long arm of the law will go after the stoners. When you're banging them out, wear a Trump mask so you can't be identified.

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    great idea....

    I'm on it.....

    hopefully be back in time for the first pitch in game seven tonight.....

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    might want to let Chuck Schumer, Andrew Cuomo, Bill DeBlasio
    know they are the problem

    Did you see that news conference ?

    Disgusting Fools.

    They need a lesson !!!!

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    some may say, but wait, some of these mosques are not of the vile strain of muslim at the root of the most active mooselum terrorism.....

    to that, I simply say read the following response, the most "well thought of/respected" on the topic of sunni mooselums vs. wahhabi mooselums, and their differences.....

    here it is:

    hussainMay 21, 2016 • 7:41 am

    we are all muslims and the fact that we are cursing and calling everyone scum was one thing that Allah feared would happen and so did the prophet so we should not disrespect each others belief infact we all should just focus on haveing the right intention when we pray so that we all go through the doors of jannah so those who are calling themselves sunni , shia or whahabi should realise that we are all muslims and we are all brothers and sisters and should focus on the fact that we are servents of Allah and no matter what and how you pray all that matters is having the right intention and should try to stay away from the shaytaan that is causing us brothers and sisters to argue and class them as ” not one of us ” the fact that Allah said that we should respect people of other religons and their beliefs and we are not respecting the belief of our own brothers and sisters is digusting and the final fact that i want to say is that iam not a sunni , shia or a whahbi etc im a Muslim

    Read more: Difference Between Sunni and Wahabi | Difference Between http://www.differencebetween.net/lan...#ixzz4xCUOXeoq

    to sum that up in other words: the majority of mooselums may not run you down like a dog in the streets, but they are nevertheless the mooselum version of nixon's "silent majority", who despite the murderous acts of their self-proclaimed "brothers", sit and do nothing to curb the violence, and to my mind, tacitly approve of same by not taking any action.....

    we all recall the little mooselum kids dancing in the streets on 9-11 all over the arab world.... were these little bastards already "radicalized"??? fuk no, they were simply, in a word: mooselums......

    the phrase "radicalized mooselum" is a goddam redundancy.... they're simply mooselums.....

    and mooselum season is rapidly approaching.....

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    I'm on it. I knew I saw some weird writing on some shithole looking building nearby.