Sunday, January 14, 2007

Your counterjihad graphic of the week


Yesterday was a beautiful day in Seoul, perfect visibility without a cloud in the sky. So I thought I would head into town to have a look around.

And perfectly visible for miles around in Seoul, atop the hill in Itaewon, is the largest mosque in Korea. I saw it quietly plainly even thought I was a ways off. The enemy has footholds everywhere, and Seoul is certainly no exception.

The locals, if they were smart, would put up this sign next to the 'Islamic Center'.

4 comments:

John Sobieski said...

Wow I didn't know that. I know that SK has some Muslims, but didn't know that the Saudis had built them an imposing building to look down on their future conquests.

The Sanity Inspector said...

There are probably fewer Muslims in Korea than there are square feet in that mosque. They didn't build that thing by passing the collection plate among the locals, that's for sure.

DirtCrashr said...

Evidence around the world shows you gotta have a big ammo-dump for all the munitions that come in under cover of "Diplomatic" purposes. Also minarets provide good observations posts, and after the conquest are useful for monitoring the slaves.

DirtCrashr said...

Evidence from around the world shows you gotta have a big ammo-dump for all the munitions that come in under cover of "Diplomatic" purposes. Also minarets provide good fire-control and observations posts, and after the conquest are useful for monitoring the slaves.