Saturday, January 13, 2007

The Arrogance Of Muslims Is Stunning!

I do however love the response from the farmer.

KATY, Texas — When an Islamic group moved in next door and told Craig Baker the pigs on his family's 200-year-old Texas farm had to go, he and his swine decided to fight back.

In protest of being asked to move, Davis began staging elaborate pig races on Friday afternoons — one of the Islamic world's most holy days.

Craig's neighbors, the Katy Islamic Association, have plans to build a mosque and community compound on the 11 acres they purchased alongside his farm.

Baker, 46, a stone-shop owner whose family has owned the farm for two centuries, says the association knew about the pigs when they bought the property, and it's not fair for them to ask him to get rid of the animals.

"I am just defending my rights and my property," Baker said. "They totally disrespected me and my family."

Initially Baker and Kamel Fotouh, the president of the 500-member Islamic Association, were on good terms. But things turned sour at a town meeting, where Baker says Fotouh insulted him by asking him to move.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Linda said...

The arrogance is beyond belief!
Can you imagine someone asking
you to move because they don't
like your way of life? Pigs, cows, whatever the reason, there's no excuse for their feelings of superiority. They are the ones who should relocate...not the homeowner.

January 14, 2007 4:25 PM  
Anonymous Lee said...

If 200 years of ownership is not enough to keep your property in the same condition it has been for 2 centuries, what is? The Islamic group is welcome to move along if they don't like the pigs being next door. The stupid dumbells should have thought of that, and they certainly knew it when the purchase was made. So now a town meeting to uproot an American whose ancestors have owned the land for 200 years. Who the hell do they think they are? They should be made to move by the locals and never come near the place again.

January 15, 2007 9:44 PM  

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