Thursday, October 26, 2006

Uncovered meat?

Yesterday, I suggested in a posting below a new Infidel Babe of the Week (and what a lady). Today, a reader left a comment in the posting pointing at this El Beep article (hat tip to reader religion of pieces): Australian cleric in dress furore

Australia's most senior Muslim cleric has prompted an uproar by saying that some women are attracting sexual assault by the way they dress.

Sheikh Taj el-Din al-Hilali said women who did not wear a hijab (head dress) were like "uncovered meat".

If you take out uncovered meat and place it outside... and the cats come and eat it... whose fault is it, the cats' or the uncovered meat?" he asked.

Unfortunately these kinds of utterings are normal coming from so called sheikhs, imams, ayatollahs and other Muslim clerics with likewise exalted titles. Personally I think the word cleric is more appropriate for use by us infidels instead of lord, leader or "sign of God".

We have seen these outrageous statements all over the Western World - especially after undercover members of the Muslim communities have started translating. One can only wonder what is being said in the Muslim countries?

Whenever Muslims are caught with statements as inacceptable as the above and often much worse, they always deny. We will be told: "It was a out of context", "badly translated" or just "I never said that".

They are being good Muslims and use lies and deceit whenever appropriate (read convenient) such as defined by taqiyya.

Fortunately many of us infidels are no longer deceived.

I also wonder how can the so called religion of peace contain so much hate? I can not imagine entering into a Christian church (or a Bhuddist monastery, or that sake) and be told that blowing that, this or those up is recommendable or even my holy duty. Or that all Muslims are unclean and must be eliminated.

No, when I enter a church I would expect a sermon on for example human relations such as respect and love for my parents, my wife and my neighbor. I would expect messages of compassion, peace and harmony.

I don't know or believe that all Muslim sermons contain messages of hate and anger. But I do know some do and it is not improbable that many do.

The coined term of Islam being the religion of perpetual outrage seems to fit I must say.

But back to Mr. Taj el-Din al-Hilal. I do like his following statements:
"If she was in her room, in her home, in her hijab, no problem would have occurred," he added.

Sheikh Hilali also condemned women who swayed suggestively and wore make-up, implying they attracted sexual assault.

"Then you get a judge without mercy... and gives you 65 years," he added.

Paraphrased that is:

If the Muslims stay in the Muslim countries or move back if they can not live as Westerners - then we would have no or very little terrorism in our part of the world.

If the Muslims behave as westerners and conform to our culture and our laws - then we have no problem.

If they don't, then sometimes judges without mercy and 65 years of jail is an appropriate punishment.

Let me end by stating this:

Women and thus Our Infidel Babes covered by hijab and hiding in their homes in virtual imprisonment/slavery? NEVER!

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