Taxpayers Forced to Pay for a MOSQUE in a U.S Airport, How Much They are Paying is Even More Upsetting!

Orlando airport Muslim prayer room

Orlando airport Muslim prayer room


Everywhere you look today you see Christians under attack by the left, but when stories like this appear, liberals are nowhere to be found.

The Orlando International Airport is opening a prayer room (mosque) where Muslim travelers can pray.

The $250,000 prayer room, which includes a lounge and electronic charging stations, is set to open by September 1.

Airport officials announced that they were opening the room ahead of the start of service of Emirates airline at the airport. They said they aim to accommodate increasing numbers of Muslim travelers.

Are you kidding me? Why are we worried about accommodating Muslims, or anyone’s religion for that matter?

Rev. Franklin Graham asked that exact question when he brought up the hypocrisy on this subject.


“How loud do you think the objections would be today if they spent $250,000 in taxpayer money to build a new prayer room exclusively for evangelical Christians? Or for Jews or Mormons or any other group? Why do Muslims get preference?” Graham asked.


Muslims have been getting special treatment in this country for too long. The DMV gives Muslims preferential treatment, the TSA gives Muslim women special treatment at the airport, the Internet and Facebook treat Muslims differently, taxes and healthcare favor Muslims, and now taxpayers have to pay for a special area where they can pray? I wonder, what will be next?

Dhimmitude: “The Muslim system of controlling non-Muslim populations conquered through jihad (Holy War). Specifically, it is the TAXING of non-Muslims in exchange for tolerating their presence AND as a coercive means of converting conquered remnants to Islam.”


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