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Saturday, April 22, 2006

More Evidence of Peace From The Muslims

I'm not going to put up my original post in it's entirety, but here are some excerpts.

If you want to read the whole thing, go to Fu2rman and Friends. It's complete with the usual hottie tied into it, (not literally 'tied', just some nice eye candy).

What Muslims Hear at Friday Prayers


Is there really a clash of the cultures between Islam and the West? SPIEGEL documents Friday sermons from mosques around the world. As imams guide their congregations, they praise the delights of paradise, sow the seeds of doubt in government authority -- and sometimes preach hatred.

Last Monday, the 12th of Rabi al-Awwal 1427, traffic stood still in most Islamic countries, government employees had the day off and children stayed home from school. On the 12th of Rabi, the world's Muslims observe the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad.

Egyptians celebrate Maulid al-Nabi, as a sort of Islamic Christmas. In cities across the Nile delta, thousands take to the streets playing drums and trumpets. Little girls receive dolls and little boys are given horses made of sugar. It's Egypt's biggest religious festival.

In Pakistan, the faithful place a young boy, dressed as a Bedouin, on a horse and parade him through the streets, representing the return of the Prophet in the form of a child -- apparently not a violation of the prohibition on displaying images of the Prophet the Muslim world often defended so vehemently.

In a Berlin mosque, a television crew secretly recorded the sermon of a Turkish imam who described the Germans as godless and railed against their alleged stench. In London, hate preacher Abu Hamza al-Masri called upon the faithful to murder female tourists in his native Egypt, saying: "If a woman, even a Muslim woman, is naked and you have no way of covering her up, it is legitimate to kill her."

Other agents of the Koran speak moderately when addressing Western audiences, but their words turn decidedly more radical when directed towards Muslims. In an interview with SPIEGEL, television imam Yusuf al-Qaradawi, perhaps currently one of the most influential Islamic scholars around, magnanimously conceded that there is also room in heaven for devout Christians and Jews. But on his Arab-language website a short time later, he made it clear that he believes that Christians and Jews are ultimately nothing more than infidels.

If that's what a peaceful group sounds like, we must all be saints, going straight to heaven.

Oh, but wait, we're 'ultimately nothing more than infidels.'
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2 Comments:

Anonymous Debbie said...

More and more Americans are realizing the inconsistencies with Islam. Even Europeans are realizing it, but too late for them, they are goners, soon to fall into the dhimmi category.

There is still hope for the US, maybe.

They have all these rules about killing women for being indecent, but they don't seem to mind their pornography. Take Ahmed who was just arrested here in the US for planning terrorist attacks on the US.

He had two CD/DVD's hidden in his suitcase liner, one was porn, the other was so encrypted that our own government couldn't decipher it. Go figure!

Saturday, April 22, 2006 2:27:00 pm  
Anonymous the ghost of slobodan said...

Debbie hat gesagt…
More and more Americans are realizing the inconsistencies with Islam. Even Europeans are realizing it, but too late for them, they are goners, soon to fall into the dhimmi category.

very sad, but very true...
thats why Mr.Bush recently signed up with India, needing a potent
partner after all, ..and those Eurabians, well, in only a few years their immigrants will have outbred them and can vote themselves comfortably into power..
They might not even have to fire a shot to take over.....

Sunday, April 23, 2006 2:11:00 am  

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