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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Bill Maher to Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Muslim Brotherhood): Qur'an is "hate-filled holy book"


Of course Maher would say the Bible is too, but that's ok.





Ellison trots out Qur'an 5:32, about how killing one innocent person is like killing the whole world. He doesn't mention that it was addressed as a warning to the "Children of Israel," or that many Muslims do not consider any non-Muslim to be innocent. Nor does he mention 5:33, which mandates crucifixion or amputation of the hands and feet on opposite sides for those who make war against Allah and his messenger, or spread discord in the land.
Additionally, Ellison says, those who declare Islam is peaceful do so for "spiritual reasons", whereas those who call for violence "do so for political grievances".


Really? To some extent that is true, I am sure. But, only to a small extent. The truth is, Bin Laden has a Fatwa, from an Imam using the Koran, to use nuclear weapons on the Western World.


Jihadists cite the Koran as their inspiration to Jihad almost every time they commit acts of violence and give voice to why they did so.


And, what could Ellison possibly say to these two polls which prove the majority of Muslims want gays and apostates stoned to death?



Islam is, indeed, an inherently violent religion, and the Koran is a hate-filled holy book, and IBA tips it's hat to Bill Maher for having the balls to say what he said to Keith Ellison on national television. 


Great job, Bill
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3 Comments:

Blogger Damien said...

Pastorius,

Actually Keith Ellison is partially correct. Muslim terrorist do often cite political reasons, but that doesn't prove that their actions are not at all motivated by their religion. Not to mention the fact that they don't believe in any separation between religion and state.

Saturday, March 12, 2011 8:38:00 pm  
Blogger Jason_Pappas said...

I'm glad Maher didn't back down on the Koran. Sam Harris is a good source on Islam. I don't care what Maher's position is on any other matter as long as he is not relativistic on Islam.

Saturday, March 12, 2011 9:32:00 pm  
Blogger Pastorius said...

Damien,
Yeah, I agree. That's why I wrote:

"Ellison says, those who declare Islam is peaceful do so for "spiritual reasons", whereas those who call for violence "do so for political grievances". Really? To some extent that is true, I am sure. But, only to a small extent."

Saturday, March 12, 2011 9:40:00 pm  

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