Monday, June 29, 2009

Muslim Conversion Booth UK

From the Vlad Tepes Blog:

Just say the magic words and presto, chango, you are a Muslim!

This would just be funny if they didnt kill people who converted away from the religion of peace. If I had an 11 year old son who came home and told me he converted to Islam by saying a few foreign phrases at a conversion booth on Bloor st. I would just laugh it off as if he had told me he had become a Martian by reciting the words: “I am a Martian Martian Martian yes am I” in Hienlienistani. It would mean nothing. He hasnt converted anything even as serious as imperial to metric. The issue is the idiots who believe he would have, and would threaten to, or would kill him for reverting back to his Christian or athiest or whatver he thought of himself as.

I found this video at a Danish site thanks to GOV.

Here is the Mail UK’s take on it:

This is the shocking picture of a schoolboy being converted to Islam by a cleric linked to a radical Muslim hate preacher.

The bewildered 11-year-old, who gives his name as Sean was filmed repeating Arabic chants and swearing allegiance to Allah.

The boy is prompted throughout by controversial cleric Anjem Choudary, a follower of exiled hate-preacher Omar Bakri Mohammed.
Controversial: Anjem Choudary, left, speaks to the young boy named as Sean, right at an Islamic recruitment fairControversial: Anjem Choudary, left, speaks to the young boy named as Sean, right at a demonstration in Birmingham
The incident was filmed during a demonstration by Choudary’s Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama’ah group in Birmingham city centre earlier this month.

Choudary, 42, was one of the masterminds behind the protests at the homecoming parade of heroic British soldiers in Luton earlier this year.

He praised protesters who branded British troops ‘murderers’ and later appeared at a press conference flanked by thugs who took part in the demo.

Choudary defended the young boy’s ‘reversion’ to Islam but admitted his parents were not with him and were not consulted.

He said: ‘The child was genuinely interested in Islam.’

‘The boy told us he wanted to become a Muslim and, of course, some people are intellectually more mature than they are physically. I don’t see there is any harm in this.
Protest of hate: A crowd of fanatics shouted insults at British troops on a homecoming parade in Luton in MarchProtest of hate: A crowd of fanatics shouted insults at British troops on a homecoming parade in Luton in March.
‘He was with his friends, but I didn’t see if his parents were there,’ he added.

A message on Choudary’s website offers advice for those who become Muslim at his Islamic Roadshow.

‘Conversion packs are already provided to those who revert to Islam in the Islamic Roadshows,’ it says.

‘They include a booklet on ‘Everything a Muslim must know’ and a free DVD with a brief guide on how to pray in Islam.’

Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama’ah, is a splinter group of the controversial Al Muhajiroun sect.

Al-Muhajiroun, which has recruited hundreds of fanatics in the Midlands, fell apart in 2004 just months before Bakri was stopped from coming back to the UK under terror laws.

It has been revealed that the sect is planning to reform.

Bakri has now set his sights set on a return for the extremist group, though the Home Office is understood to be closely monitoring its activities.


Total said...

I'm curious as to what the poster says in the background. Jesus was Muslim, perhaps? It grabbed my attention because whenever you see Muslims trying to spread Islam in western societies, they always seem to mention that Jesus (Isa) is regarded as a prophet in Islam. I have never seen Muslims forget to mention that one tidbit. Although Muslims do regard Jesus as a prophet, it's ironic that they have someone with traits closer to the anti-Christ as their true prophet. Did they actually read any of Jesus's, Abraham's (Ibrahim's) or Moses's (Musa's) teachings?

Pastorius said...

Yeah, my sister had a Muslim friend who tried to convert her using that line of "reasoning".

Thankfully, it didn't work.

And, you're right. Moohockmed is more like the anti-Christ.

Total said...

Your sister seems smart. If I had a Muslim friend that tried to convert me to Islam, it's unlikely that we would remain friends. I would never even think about attempting to convert a friend of a different faith to my religon. If we're talking about marriage, conversions seem more tolerable to me.

Anonymous said...

Jesus is a prophet of Islam in the sense that he prophesied the coming of Mohammed:

“Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves.

You will know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes from thornbushes or figs from thistles? Even so, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit.

A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. Therefore by their fruits you will know them."

Pastorius said...

So, where is the prophecy, loser?

Beware the Expulsion of the Moors.

Pastorius said...

If Anonymous tried to convert me, I might just try to find a verse in the Bible which would support me cutting his head off.

Anonymous said...

This "conversion" has the look and feel normally associated with a certain public washroom stall and one PeeWee Herman.