Monday, December 3, 2012

Their goal - jihad flag over White House

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December 3, 2012

Their goal: The flag of jihad over the White House

The five minute video below, produced by the organization The United West, provides glimpses into what happened at the 2012 Muslim Day Parade in New York City.
Near the end of the video is an image from the parade program showing a jihad flag flying over the White House.

This is the goal of radical Islam in America.

This is what we are fighting.

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