A Mosque, according to the Macquarie Encyclopedic Dictionary, is a Muslim place of worship. What that simple and frank description conveys to the reader is that the Mosque is no more than a Church or a Synagogue. However, there is ample and readily available evidence to verify that the suburban Mosque is more than a simple Church or Synagogue and is instrumental in promoting Islamic ideology and doctrine, and anyone who has an understanding of Islam knows that Islamic ideology is completely incompatible with Western societal and religious standards, laws, and social expectations of the general Australian population.
Those unfortunate enough to be living within earshot of a Mosque will verify the early morning noise from the call to prayer and the heavy human and traffic congestion that follows, particularly on Friday mornings. They may also inform you of the anti-social behaviour they have experienced from the regular Mosque attendees and the spiralling crime rate that is usually associated with a large Muslim population that live on the fringes of the average Australian suburb.
Hugh Fitzgerald from Jihad Watch writes; “The noisy call to prayer [Muezzin] is an act of dominance and aggression. The louder it is, the better. Mosques were always supposed to be built in high ground, or in the most imposing spot, towering over churches and synagogues in the lands first conquered by Islam. Those aggressive skyward thrusting minarets were symbols of power, of dominance. And the same thing continued wherever Islam went.” 
Whilst it is recognised that old Christian churches were built in a similar imposing style, the important difference is that Mosques are more than a place of worship, but are centres of cultural and political change as part of a spearhead of Islamification into Western societies.
If you think that Mr. Fitzgerald is promoting anti-Islamic sentiment based on historical fact, you’d be right and the following will only confirm his thinking:
“The Mosques are our Barracks, the Domes our helmets, the Minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers……..” so quoted Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the current Prime Minister of Turkey, in 1998. 
The Mosque in any Muslim community is more than a place of worship. It is also a political and social centre where sermons and lectures against the infidel can be preached. Where responses to perceived slights by the infidel against the Muslim, as in the Cronulla riot of 2005, are also organized such as from the Lakemba Mosque, which has been readily identified as the staging point for the payback raids against the infidel over the following three nights after the riot. The Mosque is used as a platform for every fundamentalist Islamic group, such as Hiz ut-tahir, which is an Islamic sect and is proscribed in several countries as an Islamic terrorist organization, but still has free rein here. The group recently held ‘Muslim Uprising’ events in Sydney to proclaim the coming of the Islamic Caliphate. 
Once a Mosque is built the surrounding suburbs often become subject to being ‘conquered’ through the purchasing of nearby residents’ houses, either offering money to the owners who accept the offer, or by intimidation tactics against those infidel occupiers who refuse to move. The intimidation tactics have become a hallmark of being the underlying cause of ‘white flight’ from those areas the Mosques have come to occupy. Just ask anyone who has been forced to move from their suburb over fears generated through intimidation tactics, such as late night bricks through bedroom windows. One can only imagine the sense of foreboding by these acts that those who have been forced out of their homes went through, before finally giving in and moving. This kind of thing should never be happening in a country like Australia.
The fact that the NSW Police Force now has in place a special Middle Eastern crime squad should bear testament to the higher than average criminal activity that is so often mixed with violent aggression, that is usually associated with Muslim communities. These communities include a significant element that have a propensity for crime that our authorities have yet to fully appreciate and act on; meanwhile, the Australian citizen continues to suffer at the hands of those who refuse to assimilate, which can only lead to the assumption that they are here to take over.
There is an old Islamic phrase “Al islam deen wa dawla” (“Islam is both religion and government”) which means that Islam is not just a religion, it is a complete religious, social and political system, and as most Westerners would agree, religion and government do not mix (at least, not to the overall benefit of the people). Yet we now have in place within our many systems of government, the active promotion and growing of a religious ideology through Human Rights legislation, which was purportedly enacted to protect religious groups, but actually assists Islam in dividing and conquering the land via the building of Mosques, the erection of which is actively assisted by government bureaucrats and their agencies that are now so restricted by political correctness and pandering to multicultural values, that it is taboo to even mention the so very obvious link between fundamentalist Islam and Islamic terrorism.
So the next time you pass by a Mosque, please remember that the impressive building you see before you is a statement of intent – to you, the infidel, your family and your property.
 Hugh Fitzgerald. “Fitzgerald: An act of dominance and aggression”, Jihad Watch, 12 February 2008
 “Central Asia: Banned Islamic Group Hizb ut-Tahrir Continues To Gain Members”, 13 August 2007
“Hizb ut-Tahrir”, Wikipedia