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Obamination:Misrepresenting Islam–Iftar 2012


Obamination
presided over an Iftar August 10, 2012.  As is his habit,
Obanination spewed snake excrement.  I will footnote the
interesting chunks of crap with my comments which follow the
transcript.  Click the superscripts to view the comments, use your
Back Space key to return to your place in the spew.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/08/10/remarks-president-iftar-dinner

THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you,
everybody.  (Applause.)  Please, please have a seat.
Good evening, everyone.  And welcome to the White House.

Of all the freedoms we cherish as Americans, of all the rights that we
hold sacred, foremost among them is freedom of religion, the right to
worship as we choose..1
It’s enshrined in the First Amendment of our Constitution — the law of
the land, always and forever.  It beats in our heart — in the
soul of the people who know that our liberty and our equality is
endowed by our Creator.  And it runs through the history of this
house, a place where Americans of many faiths can come together and
celebrate their holiest of days — and that includes Ramadan.2

As I’ve noted before, Thomas Jefferson once held a sunset dinner here
with an envoy from Tunisia — perhaps the first Iftar at the White
House, more than 200 years ago.  And some of you, as you arrived
tonight, may have seen our special display, courtesy of our friends at
the Library of Congress — the Koran that belonged to Thomas
Jefferson.  And that’s a reminder, along with the generations of
patriotic Muslims in America, that Islam — like so many faiths — is
part of our national story3.

This evening, we’re honored to be joined by members of our diplomatic
corps, members of Congress — including Muslim American members of
Congress, Keith Ellison and Andre Carson — as well as leaders from
across my administration.  And to you, the millions of Muslim
Americans across our country, and to the more than one billion Muslims
around the world — Ramadan Kareem.

Now, every faith is unique.  And yet, during Ramadan, we see the
traditions that are shared by many faiths:  Believers engaged in
prayer and fasting, in humble devotion to God.  Families gathering
together with love for each other.  Neighbors reaching out in
compassion and charity, to serve the less fortunate.  People of
different faiths coming together, mindful of our obligations to one
another — to peace4,
justice5
and dignity6
for all people — men and women.  Indeed, you know that the Koran
teaches, “Be it man or woman, each of you is equal to the other.7

And by the way, we’ve seen this in recent days.  In fact, the
Olympics is being called “The Year of the Woman.”
(Laughter.)  Here in America, we’re incredibly proud of Team USA
— all of them — but we should notice that a majority of the members
are women.  Also, for the very first time in Olympic history,
every team now includes a woman athlete.  And one of the reasons
is that every team from a Muslim-majority country now includes women as
well.  And more broadly — that’s worth applauding.
(Applause.)  Absolutely.

More broadly, we’ve seen the extraordinary courage of Muslim women
during the Arab Spring — women, right alongside men, taking to the
streets to claim their universal rights, marching for their freedom8,
blogging and tweeting and posting videos, determined to be heard.
In some cases, facing down tanks, and braving bullets, enduring
detentions and unspeakable treatment, and at times, giving their very
lives for the freedom that they seek — the liberty that we are lucky
enough to enjoy here tonight.9

These women have inspired their sisters and daughters, but also their
brothers and their sons.  And they’ve inspired us all. Even as we
see women casting their ballots and seeking — standing for office in
historic elections, we understand that their work is not done.
They understand that any true democracy must uphold the freedom and
rights of all people and all faiths. We know this, too, for here in
America we’re enriched by so many faiths10, by men and women — including
Muslim American women.

They’re young people, like the student who wrote me a letter about what
it’s like to grow up Muslim in America.  She’s in college.
She dreams of a career in international affairs to help deepen
understanding between the United States and Muslim countries around the
world.  So if any of the diplomatic corps have tips for her —
(laughter.)  She says that “America has always been the land of
opportunity for me, and I love this country with all my heart.”
And so we’re glad to have Hala Baig here today.  (Applause.)

They are faith leaders like Sanaa Nadim, one of the first Muslim
chaplains at an American college — a voice for interfaith dialogue
who’s had the opportunity to meet with the Pope to discuss these
issues.  We’re very proud to have you here.
(Applause.)

They are educators like Auysha Muhayya, born in Afghanistan, who fled
with her family as refugees to America, and now, as a language teacher,
helps open her students to new cultures.  So we’re very pleased to
have her here.  (Applause.)

They are entrepreneurs and lawyers, community leaders, members of our
military, and Muslim American women serving with distinction in
government.  And that includes a good friend, Huma Abedin, who has
worked tirelessly — (applause) — worked tirelessly in the White
House, in the U.S. Senate, and most exhaustingly, at the State
Department, where she has been nothing less than extraordinary in
representing our country and the democratic values that we hold dear11.
Senator Clinton has relied on her expertise, and so have I.

The American people owe her a debt of gratitude — because Huma is an
American patriot, and an example of what we need in this country —
more public servants with her sense of decency, her grace and her
generosity of spirit.  So, on behalf of all Americans, we thank
you so much.  (Applause.)

These are the faces of Islam in America12.  These are just a few
of the Muslim Americans who strengthen our country every single
day.  This is the diversity13 that makes us Americans; the
pluralism that we will never lose.

And at times, we have to admit that this spirit is threatened.
We’ve seen instances of mosques and synagogues, churches and temples
being targeted.  Tonight, our prayers, in particular, are with our
friends and fellow Americans in the Sikh community.  We mourn
those who were senselessly murdered and injured in their place of
worship.  And while we may never fully understand what motivates
such hatred, such violence, the perpetrators of such despicable acts
must know that your twisted thinking is no match for the compassion and
the goodness and the strength of our united American family.

So tonight, we declare with one voice that such violence has no place
in the United States of America14.
The attack on Americans of any faith is an attack on the freedom of all
Americans.  (Applause.)  No American should ever have to fear
for their safety in their place of worship.  And every American
has the right to practice their faith both openly and freely, and as
they choose15.

That is not just an American right; it is a universal human
right.  And we will defend the freedom of religion, here at home
and around the world.  And as we do, we’ll draw on the strength
and example of our interfaith community, including the leaders who are
here tonight.

So I want to thank all of you for honoring us with your presence, for
the example of your lives, and for your commitment to the values that
make us “one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice
for all.”  (Applause.)

God bless you.  God bless the United States of America.
(Applause.)

END
8:48 P.M. EDT

 


  1. Freedom of religion is an
    individual right, declared in the Declaration of Independence and
    enshrined in the Bill of Rights so that the federal government is
    prohibited from establishing a national church and dictating religious
    doctrines.  Freedom of religion can not be extended to Islam
    because  jihad, “holy fighting in Allah’s cause“, is “the apex of its hump” (the highest peak of Islam).
    It is not possible that the Bill of Rights can empower Islam to deny our freedom to manifest Christianity.
    It is not possible that the Bill of Rights can empower Muslims to wage war against us.
  2. Ramadan is not a holy day, it is a holy
    month: a celebration of the commencement of Moe’s revelations.
    Obamination is celebrating Moe’s insanity.
  3. This nation was founded by
    Christians, not Muslims.  Islam’s role consisted of attacking our
    shipping, seizing ships, cargoes and crews, enslaving the men and
    holding them for ransom.  Paying tribute to the Barbary
    Pirates
    nearly bankrupted the new nation.
  4. Ramadan celebrates the revelation of the
    Qur’an. It is impossible to link the Qur’an & Ramadan to
    peace.  The Qur’an ordains jihad for Muslims. It commands Muslims to wage perpetual war against Christians. Islamic law
    requires the caliph to mount a minimum of one military
    expedition against kuffar in every year
    and declares that infidels may be attacked without provocation.
  5. The indemnity for loss of one finger is ten camels. At
    that rate, the indemnity for loss of a hand would be fifty camels. Estimating the value of a camel at $1000, that
    makes a hand worth $50,000.00. Islamic law prescribes the penalty of hand amputation for stealing an item
    worth more than $58.00.  Justice?  Yeah, right.
  6. Moe declared that our blood and property are not sacred to Muslims until
    we become Muslims.  Dignity? Yeah, right.
  7. The indemnity for killing a male Muslim is
    100 camels. The indemnity for killing a Muslima is 50 camels. The indemnity for killing a Christian  is one
    third that for killing a Muslim
    . Equality?  Yeah, right.
  8. Muslim Spring has nothing to do with
    freedom. It is a contest over who is going to sit on the dictator’s
    throne.  They are revolting for power, not for freedom.  The
    result diminishes freedom, it does not augment freedom.
  9. If they sought freedom and liberty, their
    first act would be to abjure Islam and cast off Allah’s yoke of
    slavery.  Muslims have sold their souls to Allah
    for admission to his celestial bordello, so that they fight in his
    cause, killing others and being killed.  Unless and until they
    abjure that contract, they are not seeking liberty, they are seeking
    domination.
  10. Faith is more than form, it is
    content.  The doctrines Muslims believe in do not enrich
    America.  Only Allah has the right to be worshiped. Only Allah has the right to ruleMoe wants loot, Allah wants genocide. Allah rewards Muslims for acts of terrorism. Allah will damn you for shirking jihad.  Allah will bless you for going to jihad.
  11. Legislation by mutual consent,
    arrived at by an elected legislature is a democratic value.
    Imposition of Allah’s Shari’ah by force is an Islamic value. The two
    can not be squared; they are polar opposites.
  12. Huma Abedin’s face is that of an
    exotic beauty, belonging to her; it is not the true face of
    Islam.  Obamination seeks to personify Islam; to ascribe, without
    evidence, virtues to a physically attractive person and extend them to
    her belief system.  The true face of Islam is worn by Maj. Nidal
    Malik Hasan, S.O.A.

    Obamination is alluding to the letters sent
    by five members of the House Intelligence Cmte. about granting security
    clearances to Muslims having links to the Muslim Brotherhood.  He
    is, by innuendo, calumniating the committee members. Huma is so
    beautiful, and the exemplar of every virtue according to Obamination;
    it must be impossible that she could be a security  risk.
    The committee members put their focus on the wrong  association
    because they lack the courage to make a full frontal assault on the
    problem.  It is fashionable to attribute evil doctrines and
    practices to the Muslim Brotherhood but anathema to criticize
    Islam.  In reality, the brotherhood is nothing more or less than
    Islam.  Allah is their goal. That should be your first clue. The
    Qur’an is their constitution. That is your second clue.  Imposing
    Shari’ah on a global scale is their objective.  Death in Allah’s
    cause is their highest aspiration.  Those are clues for you but
    you can not perceive them because you have not read the Qur’an and
    hadith.  The brotherhood adds nothing to Islam doctrinally; it is
    only a reflection of heightened zealotry as described in Surah
    At-Taubah 9:111.

    Huma is not a security threat because
    her father was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood and her mother,
    brother and sister are active members. She is a security threat because
    she is a Muslim, a believer in Allah’s imperatives, threat and
    promise.  Huma is married to a Jew, a relationship strictly
    prohibited in Islamic law because their children will not be raised as
    Muslims and Kuffar are not permitted to have authority over
    Muslims.  But Islamic clerics are not condemning her marriage
    because it gave her a step up to a position of influence where she has
    the ability to advance the short term objective of “destroying their
    miserable house”. The necessity of engaging in subversion outweighs the
    law against Muslimas marrying Kuffar.

  13. Diversity does not make us Americans!
    Being born here makes us Americans. A mix of Christians, Jews and
    atheists is diversity enough, we do not need to add our sworn enemies
    in order to have diversity.
  14. Murder and arson are criminal
    offenses, regardless of the identity of the victims. The intrinsic evil
    of those crimes is not increased because the victims are Sikhs or
    Muslims.  Churches are burned and Christians are assaulted and
    murdered damn near every day in Africa and Egypt but we do not hear
    Obamination objecting to it or proposing aid to the victims.  He
    admits Muslims as refugees but  excludes persecuted
    Christians.  As Islamic demographics increase here, the incidence
    of attacks on Christians and churches will increase
    disproportionately.
  15. Rights are reciprocal.  In
    the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Christians are arrested, jailed and
    deported for having prayer meetings in their apartments.  In
    Egypt, Indonesia and Pakistan, they are not allowed to build new
    churches or maintain existing churches. Islamic law specifically
    forbids building churches, displaying crosses, ringing bells and public
    prayer & processions.

    Islam is inseverable, an all or nothing package deal
    which includes genocidal conquest
    and licenses Muslims to rape captive women.  The practice of Islam is
    not complete without jihad!  It is therefore impossible that
    Muslims can have a right to practice Islam because it contravenes our
    right to live in peace free of threat and assault.  9/11  was
    an Islamic act of worship;
    read the second page of the confession.

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