January 20, 2014
By Tabitha Korol
I became aware of an invitation issued to 125 libraries across our nation, a lure for these institutions of learning to participate in a five-part reading and discussion series, titled “Let’s Talk About It: Muslim Journeys.” I do not use the term “lure” lightly, inasmuch as this is a strategy of the Muslim Brotherhood’s furtive jihad into our society – an effort to provide additional reading material for our public school students who are already on a diet of Islamic propaganda.
Although Shannon Smith, executive director of the Wyoming Humanities Council, assured me of their interest in diversity in a state that has little, too many in her position of trust have little to no concept of the Islamic purpose and ideology. I cannot help but wonder whether the libraries will invite the astute to expose the true purpose of these religion peddlers, and invite other religious communities to share their history and heritage, as well.
Of the more than 2106 mosques (2010 census) nationwide, I found three in Wyoming and an Islamic center in Laramie raised and ready for the imminent influx, a sign of their offensive. Ms. Smith, an ingénue in dealing with the Islamic agenda, is not considering their purpose, that of instilling their belief system into every state, and every country on the globe, to present their religion as the paradigm of peace, when, in reality, it is an authoritarian rule requiring submission or torture and death.