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WordPress Stifles Discussion of Bare Naked Islam


The WordPress Forum thread about BNI has been closed, the last word being: “Now that we have descended into pointless name-calling I am closing this thread.”.  who “descended into pointless name calling?

by lettershometoyou:
It’s really hard to form an opinion of BNI without having read the site.

But the extremist, bigoted, racist views expressed here give a good idea of the kind of whacko it attracted.

Gleaned from the sickening streak of hate this thread contains:

There is no such thing as a moderate Muslim.

Such lies!

I live an work with Muslim people, and find them solid, upstanding people who wish the world no harm.

There are extremists everywhere. They’re the problem, not average Muslims.

The landing page of that blog does not indicate a political or philosophical knowledge of or orientation toward Islam and related issues.  The author admits not having enough knowledge to judge BNI, then he launches into the forum participants with argumentum ad hominem.  Evidently lettershometoyou is too indolent to search for the Yahoo cache of BNI and see it for himself. Instead of doing due diligence, he launches:

  • extremist
  • bigoted
  • racist
  • whacko
  • lies

Only one quote is cited: “no such thing as a moderate Muslim”, which is dismissed with the author’s narrow personal experience which he expands by generalization to encompass the ummah-al-Islamiyya. It is evident that the author is unaware of Allah’s Qur’anic injunctions against equal and inferior relationships with Kuffar. Muslims are strictly prohibited from being friends with disbelievers except to deceive them for their own personal safety if a threat is perceived.

3:28. Let not the believers take the disbelievers as Auliyâ (supporters, helpers, etc.) instead of the believers, and whoever does that will never be helped by Allâh in any way, except if you indeed fear a danger from them. And Allâh warns you against Himself (His Punishment), and to Allâh is the final return.

The Prohibition of Supporting the Disbelievers

Allah prohibited His believing servants from becoming supporters of the disbelievers, or to take them as comrades with whom they develop friendships, rather than the believers. […] (unless you indeed fear a danger from them) meaning, except those believers who in some areas or times fear for their safety from the disbelievers. In this case, such believers are allowed to show friendship to the disbelievers outwardly, but never inwardly. For instance, Al-Bukhari recorded that Abu Ad-Darda’ said, “We smile in the face of some people although our hearts curse them.” Al-Bukhari said that Al-Hasan said, “The Tuqyah is allowed until the Day of Resurrection.”

Islam is not moderate, it is genocidally violent, by design. To fully comprehend the fatal fact, one must read the following citations from Islam’s canonical texts.

Moe divided Muslims into two classes: believers and hypocrites. Those who implement Allah’s genocidal imperatives are believers, those who shirk jihad are hypocrites. Do not take my word for this, I am not an authority; take Allah’s word for it, and Moe’s. Believers fight in Allah’s cause, killing others and being killed. The rest are either hypocrites in whose hearts is a disease or have not been called to fight yet.

Lettershometoyou followed up with another post:

What you extremists fail to realise and hope the rest of us will ignore is the fact that 99.99% of all Muslims, Jews, Christians, Buddhists and others just want to get on with the daily business of getting through life without harming other people. You can hang on to your hatreds all your like and hope you’ll attract more followers by spreading more lies, but you can’t accept that basic fact.

Evidently lettershometoyou is omniscient, knowing what everybody wants while we are “extremists […] haters […] spreading lies”. How will he explain the conquests of Arabia, India, Turkey, North Africa and South East Europe?  How did a tiny minority of extremist Muslims conquer nearly half the world without majority support?

Lettershometoyou angered an EDL member, trinovante,  who responded in kind.

@lettershometoyou,by god you are a fool !

You CLEARLY know nothing of Islamic history,the Qur’an or Hadith you odious
little man.Still you have some “Muslim’s who you work with”,so you must know
everything about Islamic doctrine?

You dangerous left wing idiot.

The thread ended with one last left wing slur which I will not quote here. I fully understand why WordPress is sensitive about this issue and wants to squelch discussion of it.   Succumbing to intimidation to shut down a major traffic generator must be very painful.   If name calling was an issue, the forum moderator would have deleted the four offending posts and allowed the thread to continue.

I did a little research on BNI and found some interesting statistics for the blog.

source value site visits revenue Alexa
http://kolorob.net/d/www.barenakedislam.wordpress.com 475.57 1393
http://value3w.com/barenakedislam.wordpress.com 49,122.00 3064 67.00 48446
http://www.webzi.info/barenakedislam.wordpress.com 38,681.00 2428 53.00 61666
http://websitevaluecheck.net/barenakedislam.wordpress.com 48,910.00 3064 67.00 48446
http://webhost-a.com/www/barenakedislam.wordpress.com 73,736.00
http://bizinformation.co/www.barenakedislam.wordpress.com 286,934.48 6,352
http://www.findwebstats.com/barenakedislam.wordpress.com 26148.6 35.82
http://www.siteoutlooker.com/barenakedislam.wordpress.com 49,122.00 3,064 67.00
http://whois-domain-find.com/info/www.barenakedislam.wordpress.com 110,732,390 *
152,381*
http://webnamesinfo.com/barenakedislam.wordpress.com 41,238.00 2,585 56.00

*  These numbers are so unrealistic that I presume they apply to the entire WordPress domain, not to a single sub domain blog.

117,087 page views/month

Those numbers ain’t trivial.  Even if we accept the lowest evaluation, a sub domain name    worth  nearly $500,. is too good to waste if it is bringing 100K visitors to WordPress every month.   At snooper.wordpress,com, the post about BNI received 25 page views, while the average daily page views for the blog has been less than 20 this week.  At Islam Exposed, it got 16 hits.  Page ranks for searches for Bare Naked Islam ranged from 9 to 45 in the  Google serps.  The post at Bloggersbase had 125 views.

If three thousand people are learning the truth about the doctrines & practices of Islam every day, its no wonder  that CAIR is determined to silence it.  But the blog’s creator is dedicated, motivated & persistent. She will rebuild the blog, bigger and better than before and the publicity resulting from CAIR’s intimidation tactics will increase the size of the blog’s audience.

December 30, 2011 Posted by | CAIR, Freedom Of Speech, Islam, Political Correctness | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Imam Rauf’s Veiled Threat


In the fog of ideological & psychological warfare, with conflicting claims of  a face saving compromise which would relocate the Ground Zero Mosque  of triumph and save the Florida Qur’ans from a fiery fate,  we need to get back to basics and focus on the significant core issues.

The Imam behind the Ground Zero Mosque of Triumph, Feisal Abdul Rauf, issued a  thinly veiled threat in an interview with The Larry King Show. The Washington post included a video clip in their article., headlined: “Imam Rauf: National security hinges on Mosque debate“.

The Post placed this quote  above the video: “Our national security now hinges on how we negotiate this, how we speak about it.”

This was a particularly difficult interview to transcribe because both the interviewer and interviewee spoke rapidly and  with soft voices.  The video buffers too slowly on my connection, my  eustachian tubes were not clearing, and my hearing aids are incompatible with my headset.  I had to use the telecoils, and my monitor is louder than my headset.  I did not get everything, but this should be close enough to convey the important meaning.

…”But I also have a responsibility. If we move from that location the story will be that the radicals have taken over the discourse, the headline in the Islamic world will be that Islam is under attack. And I am less concerned by the radicals in America than I am concerned  by the radicals in the Muslim world. … the danger from the radicals in the MW to our national security–to the nationals security of our troops- I have a niece who works in the Army in [inaudible] Iraq– the concern for American citizens who live and work and travel overseas will increasingly be compromised if the radicals are strengthened. 

If we do move it, it will strengthen the argument of the radicals to recruit  and their increasing aggression. The idea of [inaudible] is to create something like a Muslim Y. The YMCA was created one hundred and thirty years ago. to improve relationships between what was then called the American protestant religions by having young men and young women, of course they were separate at that time; YMCA/YWCA, common bond you know, by doing sports together and other programs together. [inaudible]
And that second street Y was an attempt by the Jewish community  to create a center where you’d create that kind of bonding.   We are now, today, where the Jewish community and the Catholic community was maybe seventy years ago, a century ago and this is our time; our turn to do that.

(What’s on the table now?)
The biggest issue is the national security issue.
(How do you pull out without looking like you’ve lost?)

Without making it look both in this country and in the Muslim world.  You must remember that what we do is watched all over the world.  And we are very engaged with the Muslim world.  And our security is really number one, our national security, our personal security is extremely important. And this issue has become now a national security issue. And therefore in our conversations, in our decision making process, we have to weigh many many factors and that has been dominant among them.

(Is there a middle ground that has you pull out of the center and do something else? that’s what it sounds like you are saying.)  We are discussing many things right now but, you know, we haven’t found yet an option  that would work in a safe way.

(What are … what you are considering?)

As I said,. we consider everything in life. but we have to be very cautious here because the voices of the radicals have ratcheted up and we must make sure that the moderates take over the conversation.

(Given what you know now, would you have built?)

As I mentioned it, this story is not new. People knew about it.  …(Right, but given what you know now would you have said ‘listen, lets not do it there because…’  because it sounds like  you are saying, in retrospect , you wouldn’t have done it? )

Well,yes, if…if…(You would not have done it?)
If I knew this would happen, this would cause this kind of pain, I wouldn’t have done it.  My life has been devoted to peace making,

(…There are so many people who say… if you are saying it was a mistake, then why can’t you get out of it and not do it?)

because we have to now make sure that whatever we do actually results in greater peace, not in greater conflict.

(Why do you think this structure is causing all this controversy now? )

Well there is a certain amount of anti-Islamic sentiment in this country (what now?) and we have seen it in the attacks upon mosques in various parts of the country in the last several weeks. So it is clear that this issue is not just about our center which is an attempt to create peace between Muslims and  non-Muslims but this has aroused a certain anti-Islam sentiment which is unfortunate in this country–we need to look at it and have a discourse about it and make sure this does not dominate the discourse between us because Americans believe fundamentally  and in a very fundamental strong way about freedom of religion, about separation of governments and churches, in separation of church and state which means the power of the government should not be used to coerce people to believe in any religion but it should be used to defend and protect religious rights and freedoms.  So this is the conversation we need to have right now.

(Lets talk about money: one hundred million dollars is the price tag for this Islamic cultural center, where are you going to get the money?)

Well we have yet to raise a capital campaign…(You have no money for it yet?)

We haven’t raised any money for it yet.  .

(Where will you get the money?)

We’ll get the money from whatever sources we can, domestically especially, and be very transparent about how we raise the money. This has been something that we have committed ourselves to . (Meaning you will list whoever is giving you money?) Yes.  ( Will you turn down money from people who give money to say, HAMAS?) Absolutely. (No question about it; anyone who gives money to HAMAS can not give money to you ?) We will do whatever is absolutely correct and legal and safe thing   to do.

(Which means what exactly? Because that’s an extra condition?)  You see, I’m the visionary behind it, I’m not the actual builder, I’m not the financial expert, I’m not  the legal expert on these things, but I have a vision here of  establishing something which I know, in my heart of hearts, will be a powerful instrument of peace.

(  Who would you not take money from, who would you say no to, who would you turn away?)

We would turn it from anybody who was deemed to be a danger to this process.  (People I think, here in New York and around the country would say ‘ that is sacred land, that is a special place for everyone in America– is that a step toward peace?) As Clyde Haberman [sp?] and many many people have said, “look what exists in that neighborhood”, look what exists around the corner.  ( Oh, I believe you, I’ve lived downtown, so I know the neighborhood very well. )

So lets be clear, calling this particular block sacred  ground is and what exists there… you know…(strip clubs and delis, I’ve been there a million times, but I think when people call it sacred ground, they’re saying something terrible  happened on this spot and and we’ve…)

We’ve got to be fair you can’t say a place that has strip joints is sacred ground. We’ve got to be just, we’ve got to speak the truth we’ve got to have justice for everybody,  we’re a country of justice for all, not just for non-Muslims only or some groups and not for others This is what America is all about, Solidad. We’ve got to really mean what we say and say what our values  are truly about.

This isn’t… the discourse has been hijacked by people who say “no”.

(you’ve heard about this Pastor in Florida, Terry Jones,who is proposing burning Qur’ans on 9/11,  what do you think of that?)

I would plead with him to seriously consider what he is doing. (Why?)  Its going to feed to the radicals in the Muslim world.  Its dangerous, General Petraeus has said that. It is something that is not the right thing to do on that ground. …
.
(Do you  think he has a right to do it?)

And more importantly, well, we have freedom in this country, freedom of speech, but with freedom comes responsibility.  It is a famous saying to shout fire in a crowded theatre, this is dangerous for our national security, and also the un-Christian thing to do.  Jesus Christ didn’t teach us to do that, we Muslims have a … we look to the example of our Prophet- to our Prophet’s sunnah. Many Christians say, ‘What would Jesus do”
Jesus taught us to turn the other cheek, Jesus taught us to love your enemy, we are not your enemies.  This is what Jesus taught us to do, and I would like to suggest that  you know–we all have to live  by the highest principles of our faith traditions

  • “If we move from that location the story will be that the radicals have taken over the discourse”

I presume he means  us, the Americans who resist the erection of a victory Mosque on the scene of the  accursed abomination.

  • “the headline in the Islamic world will be that Islam is under attack.”

The finger of blame switches from those who are poking a gigantic middle finger in our eye to those of us who are vociferously resisting  the attack.

  • “I am concerned  by the radicals in the Muslim world. “…
    • “the danger from the radicals in the MW to our national security”

“Radical” Muslims are likely to throw stones and bombs at our troops, assault tourists and businessmen overseas, and terrorize us at home because we vocally resist the erection of  their symbol of triumph in the place where they murdered 2700 people nine years ago.   We are accused of provoking our tormentors by resisting them.   Does anyone else perceive the moral inversion performed in this case?

Muslims are taught that any step taken to injure or anger us is imputed to their credit as a deed of righteousness, to be weighed against their sins on Judgment Day.  You’d learn that fun fact in 9:120, if you’d read that damn Qur’an instead of ignoring or burning it. They don’t need any incentive from us to attack us.

  • “If we do move it, it will strengthen the argument of the radicals to recruit  and their increasing aggression.”

If they relocate the project, moderate Muslims will be radicalized and recruited by terrorists.  The difference between a moderate and a radical is that the latter is fully aware of Allah’s imperatives and seeks to implement them.  Moderates are either ignorant or indolent,  those whom Muhammad called hypocrites whose Islam goes no deeper than their throats.  They profess but do not practice.   We have been told that  relocating the project from Ground Zero will cause more Muslims to seek to implement Allah’s imperatives.  In that case, is there any real difference in the beliefs of radicals and moderates?

  • “The YMCA was created one hundred and thirty years ago. to improve relationships between what was then called the American protestant religions”…
    • “We are now, today, where the Jewish community and the Catholic community was maybe seventy years ago, a century ago and this is our time; our turn to do that.”

A Young Muslim’s Christian Association?  Oh, right, a Young Muslim’s Association.   The Y serves 45 million people in 120 countries. Guess which countries ain’t served.  No Y in Arabia or North Africa, why is that?  But we need another Muslim (terrorist) recruiting station in New York. Yeah, right.

  • “The biggest issue is the national security issue.”

How big is it?  How many more attacks, how much increase in the scale of those attacks? If that face saving compromise Pastor Terry Jones thought he had worked out was genuine, would that result in a national security problem?

  • “You must remember that what we do is watched all over the world.”
    • this issue has become now a national security issue.

The question was one of  relocating the project without the appearance of defeat. How about the reality?  It would be a strategic setback because any alternative location would not have the psychological effect of the Ground Zero location, it would contribute much less to the Muslim’s sense of triumph.  The answer speaks volumes.  Rauf is concerned about defeat in the eyes of the Ummah.  But anything that deflates their egos should bring about some reduction in recruitment and enthusiasm for terrorism. That would make a positive contribution to peace and security.  Strategy is inverted along with morality.

  • “we haven’t found yet an option  that would work in a safe way”

No options that would not increase the security risk?  We get more attacks unless the symbol of Islamic supremacy is erected on the site of the abomination?

  • “we have to be very cautious here because the voices of the radicals have ratcheted up and we must make sure that the moderates take over the conversation”

The emphasis is on “radicals” and “moderates”. The moderate voice is quiescent because “moderates” are not zealots; they are not empowered and motivated to speak out and act; they are passive.  The “radicals” have the mission, motivation and machine guns; they are activated.

Did anything escape your attention in that quote? Look again.  Who is Rauf concerned with?  Only Muslims; our perceptions, attitudes, feelings and interests don’t count, they are not under consideration. He ain’t interested in anyone but Muslims.

  • “If I knew this would happen, this would cause this kind of pain, I wouldn’t have done it.  My life has been devoted to peace making,”

Rauf was not expecting a vigorous, vociferous reaction.  He was not expecting intensive and extensive news coverage.  Did he make a war?  No, he made a controversy, and that ain’t exactly the polar opposite of “peace making”.  Of course, Muslims make peace by subjugating disbelievers. Peace follows victory.

  • “we have to now make sure that whatever we do actually results in greater peace, not in greater conflict.”

He can not admit defeat and back down because that would result in “greater conflict”.  If we surrender, that results in peace; if he surrenders, that results in conflict.  Got a clue yet?

  • “there is a certain amount of anti-Islamic sentiment in this country”
  • ” it is clear that this issue is not just about our center”
  • “make sure this does not dominate the discourse between us because Americans believe fundamentally  and in a very fundamental strong way about freedom of religion, about separation of governments and churches, in separation of church and state which means the power of the government should not be used to coerce people to believe in any religion but it should be used to defend and protect religious rights and freedoms.”

Nineteen Muslims hijacked four airliners and flew three of them into office buildings.  Their act was motivated by the preaching and example of Muhammad bin Abdullah, the founder of Islam.  Their act was celebrated by Muslims all over the world.  What sort of fool expects us to have a neutral or pro-Islamic sentiment after that?   A cockpit voice recorder was recovered, exposing  exclamations of “Allahu akhbar” as the flight crew was murdered.   People wondered why, and research was done; books and movies were created which expose the doctrines and practices of Islam.  Some of us looked up the Barbary Wars, and what we discovered in  the historical recored confirmed what we learned  from your texts and outraged us.

How is it possible to have a discourse not dominated by the fact that your demon demands that you conquer and subjugate us?   Freedom of religion means that we can choose any religion or none at all. Islam demands that it have a monopoly, that only Allah be worshiped.  The two are not compatible, they are polar opposites.

Separation of Church and state means that the two institutions are independent, they do not interfere in each other’s affairs. Islam demands that all law be Allah’s law, Shari’ah, not man made legislation.  That is the polar opposite of separation of church and state.   Freedom of religion and separation of church and state do not serve as your license to wage war on us or dominate us by out breeding us, subversion & sedition.

  • ( Will you turn down money from people who give money to say, HAMAS?) “Absolutely”. (No question about it; anyone who gives money to HAMAS can not give money to you ?) “We will do whatever is absolutely correct and legal and safe thing   to do.”
  • “We would turn it from anybody who was deemed to be a danger to this process.”

Wear your black dot garden gloves to keep a grip on this snake. Why is HAMAS an issue?  Rauf will not acknowledge the fact that it is a terrorist organization.  Neither would he acknowledge the fact, if asked, that there is no difference between HAMAS  and Islam.

Giving money to HAMAS is illegal. Taking money from HAMAS donors is not illegal.  Their willingness to donate to you  as well as  to HAMAS tells us  who & what you are. The fact that you want to disassociate yourself from them provides the same information.  But we already knew that you are Muslims.  What constitutes a “danger to this process” ?  The implication is that you would reject money from anyone whose reputation or associations would impair your false image of peaceful  moderation.

  • “We’ve got to be fair you can’t say a place that has strip joints is sacred ground.”

What makes any ground sacred?  What desecrates it?  If the flesh, bone & blood of your family and associates is finely divided and splattered over several city blocks by an aircraft  impact   and the subsequent collapse of  the impacted building,  are that place, those scattered remains and their memories any less sacred  to you than they would be in a consecrated cemetery  in your church yard?  In fact, there was a church on that site.  Is the site desecrated by the presence of strip joints and other business establishments which pre-existed the accursed abomination?

If your loved one and  colleagues were murdered by assassins motivated by the damnable doctrines of an accursed war cult, what is the effect on your psyche of the erection, on the site where the ash and smoke of your loved one settled, of a shrine where the war cult’s devotees will remind their  demon seventeen times every day of how your loved one and you have “earned” his wrath & “gone astray”; a place where they will curse us and supplicate their demon for “victory over the disbelieving folk”?  Does that or does that not impair the sanctity of the site more than a strip club around the corner?

  • “I would plead with him to seriously consider what he is doing. (Why?)  Its going to feed to the radicals in the Muslim world.  Its dangerous, General Petraeus has said that. It is something that is not the right thing to do on that ground. …”

Burning a Qir’an as a symbol of objection to the damnable doctrines enshrined therein and the accursed actions inspired thereby and to the erection of a  shrine to them  in a place where those  damnable doctrines and accursed actions resulted in more than 2000 deaths  “feeds radicals”  but burning the American flag, the symbol of liberty and justice for all, chanting “death to America” ,  and bearing signs reading “Islam will dominate the world” and “freedom go to Hell” along with “behead those who Insult Islam”  are innocent acts of no import or impact whatsoever, though they are carried out by thousands where as Terry Jones has fifty in his congregation.  Proportionality, anyone?  Can you perceive moral inversion??

  • ‘What would Jesus do”

He lectures us  by Jesus?  Unholy sacrilege!!! The Islamic version of Jesus is Allah’s slave, not God’s son, was not crucified, neither was he killed nor resurrected.  And he will return to lead the Muslims in  battle against us, the final and ultimate genocide.  He will rule the world by the Qur’an.   The arrogance of Muslims knows no bounds.  If you have any doubt about the veracity of this paragraph, read this blog post: The Defamation of Jesus Christ.

September 10, 2010 Posted by | Islam, Islamic Radicalism?, Political Correctness | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Geller vs Ghouse


Pam Geller wrote an article published at Big Journalism, about CAIR’s attempt to silence her message to an upcoming Tea Party convention.  In that article, she included a debate she had with Mike Ghouse on Sean Hannity’s radio show. The audio stream is accompanied by text and images from the Abomination.  I want you to listen to that debate. I want you to hear the disgusting lies spewed by mike Ghouse.  I want you to see those horrific images and relive that awful September morning.  I want the anger and outrage to rise in your throat until you stand up and curse Islam.

I want you to resolve never to vote for a candidate for high office who does not clearly condemn Moe’s War Cult for what it is. I want you to have your eyes and ears open,  and your mind clear, ready to detect the spew of lies that flows whenever the subject of Islam heats up.  The truth will not make you free if you do not recognize it and reject the lies which oppose it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kk6efjmxK_g&feature=player_embedded

  • Well, Pamela, first of all everybody is crying out loud for Muslims to take the initiative to bring about a positive change and this cultural center that is being built is to do precisely that, to give a voice to the moderate Muslims so we can subside the extremists among us.  It is good- et should be [unintelligible] by every American that moderate Muslims take charge and speak up.  And this cultural center will house–one part of the cultural center  is a prayer place, but most of it is talking about pluralism and how to get along, learning about each other and  what this center is gonna do is a very welcome thing to do.  And as for your comment about  Muslims and jihad, its one of the most mistranslated verses  that you’re couching on for the last  eight or nine centuries.  Look at  the Mohammad Asad translation  and eighteen other translations.  you are going by what was wrongly translated, not rightly translated, Pamela.
  • We should not tolerate any teachings of Jihad, anywhere in the world, not only in America. Muslims turn up against that kind of teaching.
  • [About Taqiyya]  It is not in the Qur’an, you can’t lie to the public, Pamela…
    • How will a Mosque, where Muslims gather to pray for our destruction, make any positive change in the damnable doctrines of Islam?
    • “Moderate Muslims” is an alias for what Moe called hypocrites, whose Islam goes no deeper than their throats, who are to be defeated and gathered into Hell along with us.  The meek do not inherit the earth while the aggressors are running it.
    • Pluralism?  Islam demands a total monopoly on faith and practice, it is not multicultural.
    • How to get along? No, its how to conquer and dominate.
    • Jihad is  ordained for Muslims, made mandatory by Surah al-Baqarah 216.
    • [2:216]
      Fighting is prescribed for you, and ye dislike it. But it is possible that ye dislike a thing which is good for you, and that ye love a thing which is bad for you. But God knoweth, and ye know not.


      * v.216 : To fight in the cause of Truth is one of the highest form of charity. What can you offer that is more precious than your own life? But here again the limitations come in. If you are a mere brawler, or a selfish aggressive person, or a vainglorious bully, you deserve the highest censure. If you offer your life to the righteous Iman, who is only guided by God, you are an unselfish here. God knows the value of things better than you do. [Abdullah Yusuf Ali]
    • [2:216]
      FIGHTING is ordained for you, even though it be hateful to you; but it may well be that you hate a thing the while it is good for you, and it may well be that you love a thing the while it is bad for you: and God knows, whereas you do not know.


      * v.216 : Insofar as it relates to fighting, this verse must be read in conjunction with 2:190-193 and 22:39: but it expresses, in addition, a general truth applicable to many situations.[Mohammad Asad]

Surah Al-Baqarah deals with defensive  jihad, when Dar ul-Islam is threatened with invasion. Surah Al-Anfal & Surah At-Taubah are about offensive  jihad, when Islam takes the aggressive initiative.

  • 3:28. Let not the believers take the disbelievers as Auliyâ (supporters, helpers, etc.) instead of the believers, and whoever does that will never be helped by Allâh in any way, except if you indeed fear a danger from them. And Allâh warns you against Himself (His Punishment), and to Allâh is the final return.
    • Let not the believers take the disbelievers as patrons, rather than, that is, instead of, the believers — for whoever does that, that is, [whoever] takes them as patrons, does not belong to, the religion of, God in anyway — unless you protect yourselves against them, as a safeguard (tuqātan, ‘as a safeguard’, is the verbal noun from taqiyyatan), that is to say, [unless] you fear something, in which case you may show patronage to them through words, but not in your hearts: this was before the hegemony of Islam and [the dispensation] applies to any individual residing in a land with no say in it. God warns you, He instills fear in you, of His Self, [warning] that He may be wrathful with you if you take them as patrons; and to God is the journey’s end, the return, and He will requite you. [Jalalayn]
  • 16:106. Whoever disbelieved in Allâh after his belief, except him who is forced thereto and whose heart is at rest with Faith but such as open their breasts to disbelief, on them is wrath from Allâh, and theirs will be a great torment.

Tafsir al-Jalalayn is fairly  terse, yet it clarifies the meaning of verses sufficiently. Ibn Kathir’s Tafsir is more verbose and one of the most accepted.  http://www.qtafsir.com/ has a search engine with which you can look up verses by the Surah: Ayeh numbers. Here are the titles of the  tafsir most relevant to this issue.  Clicking them will  display the Arabic text, related ahadith and Ibn Kathir’s explanations.

So terrorism is harram? Explain away these tafsir which explain 8:60 and 8:12!!

Riyad us-Saliheen, Book 11, Chapter 234 presents the most relevant ahadith with commentary.  Shari’ah is based on both sources. Its most accepted codification is Reliance of the Traveller.

May 21, 2010 Posted by | Political Correctness, Uncategorized | , , , , | Leave a comment

Obamination: Imagining Moderation in the Party of Allah


Rush Limbaugh alerted me to the existence of a Reuters article about how John Brennan would like to boost  “moderates” over “hard-liners” among Hezbollah.  Since Brennan is a university graduate, I must attribute his attitude to treachery rather than stupidity or ignorance.

Did F.D.R. seek out Moderate Nazis or Kamikazes to counteract their more aggressive brethren?   Brennan says that Hezbollah has evolved from pure terrorism to militancy and  membership in the Lebanese parliament & cabinet.  He appears to think that Reuters readers are not intelligent enough to understand that terrorism & militancy are the same thing and not entirely inconsistent with seeking power through the parliament.  Granted, some purists may reject the latter method, but most are willing to operate on parallel tracks.  We need to recognize that those tracks run to total conquest; to the concentration of  temporal and spiritual power in Muslim hands.

Shi’ia or Sunni, they’re all Muslims.  They all read from the same Qur’an, which  issues a demonic mandate to conquer and dominate the entire world through intimidation and aggression.  The main difference is who should rule, a direct descendant of Moe or a popularly chosen caliph from the ummah.  So they differ over muta, al-taqiyya & making shrines of graves. Big deal.  They all want us dead or enslaved.  They all want Israel eradicated.  So what if some of them have issues of pragmatism, tactics and scheduling?

So long as Muslims believe that Allah said “fight them” and meant it, as recorded in the Qur’an,  a significant number of them will attempt to obey that command, with resulting death and destruction.  Anyone who thinks that “moderate”, or less aggressive Muslims  have the ability and will to stop their more zealous brethren from acting on Allah’s word needs psychiatric help.

Asserting that “moderate elements” exist within Moe’s War Cult can only be attributed  to treachery.  Islam is a war cult; war is what Muslims do.  They have been waging war for nearly 1400 years, what would make anyone believe that they are about to stop?   They are promised victory and great rewards in this life and the next if they wage war.  They are threatened with disgrace in this life and damnation in the next if they abstain from waging war.  But the likes of Brennan & Obama won’t get a clue.  They don’t want one; they want Islam to triumph over  Western Civilization.

If you think that Islam is a “great religion of peace”, “hijacked”, “twisted”,” perverted” or “distorted” by a “tiny minority of militants:, then you are sadly ignorant of the doctrines of orthodox Islam; you have not read and comprehended my blog posts on that subject.  I have some clues for you.

  • Islamic Terror.chm [30.4KB] A 6 part series from Freedom Ain’t Free. New 10/07/08
  • Jihad.chm [45KB] A 6 part series from Freedom Ain’t Free. New 10/07/08
  • What’s Wrong With Islam/Muslims.chm [23KB]. New 10/11/08.  A single blog post that informs Kuffar and sticks the facts in Islam’s eye in the most effective manner. Placed in the public domain for non-commercial use; repost at will.
  • Islamic Supremacism [49KB] A 3 part series from Freedom Ain’t Free. New 01/02/09. Your only source for information about the origins of Islamic Supremacism. {Allah’s damned book.}
  • FOMIJihad.chm [163.4KB] The Offensive Jihad thread from the old FOMI anti Islam forum. This thread contains several significant quotes from Fiqh, both ancient and modern. It also has some interesting links to follow.   New 01/06/09.
  • Know Thine Enemy.chm (188KB) the series of blog posts compiled into an ebook for easy reference.

May 20, 2010 Posted by | Political Correctness, Uncategorized | , , , , | Leave a comment

Moderation Abounds??


My Google Alert for Moderate Muslims highlighted this  opinion piece from Lebanon, wherein I found  some gems of idiocy reproduced below.

Moderation in abundance among Muslims
Saturday, 12 April, 2008 @ 4:26 PM

The editorial claims to be  based on a Gallup poll, which it neither links to nor clearly identifies. It mentions a book co-authored by  John L. Esposito and Dalia Mogahed.  [Who Speaks for Islam? What a Billion Muslims Really Think] Those writers have a promo piece in the April 2  L.A. Times, which also fails to explicitly identify  or link to the poll. Do you care to hazard a guess as to who published  their hagiography? No, I won’t tell you, its too obvious.

Gallup does not offer the internal data–the questions asked and actual responses. Without that data we can not evaluate the poll. A similar  World Opinion poll  is more complete, I invite you to explore it.

And now, at long last, the first jewel of unwisdom.

After the spectacular assassination of Marxism and disintegration of Soviet Union, the West found itself a new enemy in Islam.

The author assumes that we are entirely  ignorant of history: the Barbary Pirates!  America was attacked by Islam and paid Jizya long before the Soviet Union threatened us. Islam is an old enemy!

And the results have also given birth to a book called, Who Speaks for Islam? What a billion Muslims really think by John L. Esposito and Dalia Mogahed.

How big was that sample? Over a  six year term, while opinions are dynamic, not static and may be volatile?  Of course the survey had to ignore kitman and al-taqeyya.

For instance, the fact that it’s not Islamic teachings that drive some individuals to violence but historical injustices inflicted and perpetuated by some Western powers.

In 1786 Jefferson and John Adams went to negotiate with Tripoli’s envoy to London, Ambassador Sidi Haji Abdrahaman or (Sidi Haji Abdul Rahman Adja). They asked him by what right he extorted money and took slaves. Jefferson reported to Secretary of State John Jay, and to the Congress:

The ambassador answered us that [the right] was founded on the Laws of the Prophet (Mohammed), that it was written in their Koran, that all nations who should not have answered their authority were sinners, that it was their right and duty to make war upon them wherever they could be found, and to make slaves of all they could take as prisoners, and that every Mussulman (or Muslim) who should be slain in battle was sure to go to heaven. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Barbary_War ]

Many concerned commentators including this humble hack have repeatedly argued that what is fueling the so-called clash of civilizations is not some absurd hatred of the Christian West sanctioned by Islam but Western ignorance about Muslims. The poll backs this argument.

Evidently the humble hack neglected to read the Qur’an & Hadith.  Use the links I provided above. Read all of Surahs 8,9,47 & 48.  What did Allah command?  Read Surahs 33 & 59.  What did Allah do?  Read Bukhari’s books  52, 53 & 59.  What did Muhammad do?   Do the commands and the actions form a congruent pattern?

There are other findings that are equally interesting. Contrary to common perceptions in the West, the majority of respondents think men and women have equal rights.

What does Allah think about Women’s equality?

Whose word is uppermost in Islam; who rules?  Can his word be changed?

What about the legendary Muslim sympathy for terrorism? While 6% of the Americans think attacks involving civilians are ‘completely justified,’ in Saudi Arabia, this figure is 4%. In Lebanon it’s 2%.

What is the definition of innocent civilians?  Does that definition include you?  Because you have not read the Qur’an, you are unaware of  Surah Al-Ma’idah  33. You have heard  5:32 quoted, but not its successor. Why is that?

Note the highlighted phrases [bold red] in the ayeh and Ibn Kathir’s Tafsir below it. Disbelief in Allah constitutes waging war against Islam, subjecting you to the listed hudud.  Because you do not believe in Allah and submit, you are subject to having  a hand & foot or your head amputated. You have not heard 5:33 quoted because of kitman.  Muslims avoid revealing unpleasant truths about Moe’s murder cult.

The majority of Muslims absolutely rejects violence and terrorism. In fact, many of the respondents quoted Quranic verses to point out that extremism goes against Islamic teachings.

It is impossible to reject violence & terrorism and remain a Muslim in good standing.  Rejecting any part of the Qur’an is tantamount to apostasy [Reliance O-8.7.7]

  • O8.7: Acts that Entail Leaving Islam
    • -7- to deny any verse of the Koran or anything which by scholarly consensus (def: b7) belongs to it, or to add a verse that does belong to it;

What is the scholarly consensus? Read the samples at FOMI.  Allah can not be in conflict with himself, so conflicting ayat are abrogated by those revealed more recently. Al-Anfal & Al-Taubah were among the last to be revealed, so they abrogate earlier ayat which conflict with them.  The primary commands to commit   violence, genocide & terrorism are found in those surahs.  8:12 mandates terrorism. 8:39 mandates perpetual war against pagans. 8:67 mandates genocide. 9:29 mandates perpetual war against Jews, Christians & Zoroastrians.

April 13, 2008 Posted by | Politics, Religion | , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

J. F’n Kerry Displays Racist Dishonesty


ABC News

Kerry: Obama Could Help US Relations with Muslim Nations ‘Because He’s a Black Man’

March 20, 2008 2:45 PM

In an interview with Massachusetts’ SouthCoastToday (watch it HERE), Obama-backing Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., says among other reasons he’s supporting Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, is his belief that “it would be such an affirmation of who we say we are as a people. if we could elect an African-American president, young leader, who is obviously visionary about the ability to inspire people.”

Asked about Obama’s credibility, Kerry said:

“Because he’s African-American. Because he’s a black man. Who has come from a place of oppression and repression through the years in our own country.”

Quotes from Rush Limbaugh’s transcript

It would give us an ability to talk to those countries, to, in some cases, go around their dictator leaders to the people and inspire the people in ways that we can’t otherwise.  I think in the end, um, he has an ability to help us bridge the divide of religious extremism, to maybe even give power to moderate Islam to be able to stand up against this radical misinterpretation of a legitimate religion.

Because he’s African-American!  Because he’s a black man who has come from a place of oppression and repression through the years in our own country.  His life story, you know, a Kenyan father who abandoned him and he was raised by a single parent and — and — and found the purpose and values to go to college and make something of himself.  That’s an important lesson for America to show Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and other places in the world where disenfranchised people don’t get anything.

  •  “in some cases go around their dictator leaders to the people and inspire the people in ways that we can’t otherwise.”

Is Senator Kerry really stupid enough to think that, because of his skin color, Barack Hussein Obama could hypnotize the Islamic street  so that they would quit supporting Jihad?  Alan Keys is blacker than Obama, could he do a better job of influencing the mobs?Do you recognize racism in Kerry’s interview?

  • he was raised by a single parent”  Yeah, right. His mother re-married, and he was later raised by his maternal grandparents.  
  • make something of himself”   Yeah, right. A Chicago politician.; just what the world needs more of.

March 21, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

   

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