From the news-media: New York GOP Rep. Peter King on Sunday called again for better surveillance of mosques in the U.S., suggesting Islamic terrorists visit them and said that critics can “cry all they want” about the tactic amounting to a civil liberties violation.King, a member of the House’s Homeland Security and Select Intelligence committees, told “Fox News Sunday” that “99 percent” of Muslims in the United States are good people and that he’s friends with people of the Islamic faith.“But the fact is, (mosques are) where the threat is coming from,” King said.He also argued that some Americans have a “blind political correctness” on such issues and that civil libertarians and other critics of better mosque surveillance can “cry all they want.” Peter King is right – all what he is saying is based not on emotions and politically correct dogmas – everything what he is saying is based on the assessment of real facts collected and analyzed both in open sources and by intelligence community.If we want to be safe and secure, we have to monitor the mosques until the mullahs in the USA begin interpreting and teaching Quran in a truly peaceful, a sort of Judeo-Christian way. The problem is that the slogan “Islam is a religion of peace” is true only in the Islamic definition of peace – the Judeo-Christian definition is completely different. The Islamic peace can be reached only when Quran and Sharia govern the world and all other religions are either eradicated or made subservient to Islam while the Judeo-Christian peace lets other religions live in peace, in friendly cooperation, and in peaceful competition. The Torah and the Bible are guiding the Jews and the Christians for peaceful competitive coexistence with the others while the Quran is guiding the Muslims to convert the others to Islam or to second-class citizens. Of course, in the Torah/Bible, there are statements, which could be interpreted as antagonistic to the others, and in the Quran, there are statements, which can be interpreted as messages of love and peace to the others. However, the great majority of Jews and Christians believe that those “antagonistic statements” are referring to concrete historic events and should not be interpreted as the hate of other religions. Contrary to that, the great majority of Muslims would not repudiate the notion that the true peace is possible only when the Quran-based Sharia would rule the world. Obviously, the Jews and the Christians believe all humans have to live under the guidance of One God described in the Torah/Bible – however, the humans may have different religions reflecting unique communal traditions and history, and that is not the case with the true Muslims. The Judeo-Christian intellectuals have to work with those Muslims who would like to live in peace and in intellectual collaboration with the Judeo-Christian world and encourage them to create a sort of friendly variety of Islam based on a different, truly peaceful interpretation of Quran. However, it should be done with a real understanding that we are not fighting some adversary Islamic extremist ideology inside the religion of Islam, as some our leader would like us to believe, - we are fighting religion of Islam itself. And we may succeed, as could be seen from what the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei has recently said. Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei warned against the US plots to destroy thousands of years of Islamic civilization through sowing discord among Muslims. "One of the main tools used by the enemies to prevent the birth of modern Islamic civilization is through creating divisions among Muslims," Ayatollah Khamenei said on Tuesday, addressing a meeting with Muslim scholars, thinkers and political figures attending the 29th International Islamic Unity Conference as well as the Muslim countries' ambassadors and Iranian officials in Tehran. Ayatollah Khamenei reiterated that the Americans are against the principles of Islam and no one should be deceived by their statements in support of some sects. "The statements of the former US president (George W. Bush) who after the September 11 spoke about the war of the crusades, in fact, indicated the war between the arrogant world and Islam."