Monday, January 10, 2011

Miller and Moderate Murderous know, the ones supported by the Associate Press and that British poop sheet called the Guardian

Dennis Miller...shall I say more?

Then we should know this kind of cuts to the chase when it comes to Muslims

It Is Moderates That Have Hijacked Islam

In my blog article of 18 Oct 2010 No One Has Hijacked Islam I wrote that it is the moderate Muslim who is not following the Quran, who is ignoring the commands to kill the unbelievers. Any infidel who reads the Quran will quickly and correctly conclude that it is the moderates who are trying to hijack the religion from the extremists.

I am not the only one who sees this clearly: blogger Kathy Shaidle at Five Feet of Fury points us to this article by Jonah Goldberg:

National Review Online, 7 Jan 2011,
Who Are the Real Hijackers of Islam?
Salman Taseer, a popular Pakistani governor, was assassinated this week because he was critical of Pakistan’s blasphemy law.
Specifically, Taseer was supportive of a Christian woman, Asia Bibi, who has been sentenced to death for “insulting Muhammad.”
... Governor Taseer, who bravely visited her and sympathized with her plight, had 40 bullets pumped into him by one of his own bodyguards.
And what of the reaction to the assassination?
Many columnists and commentators denounced the murder, but the public’s reaction was often celebratory. A Facebook fan page for Qadri had to be taken down as it was drawing thousands of followers.
And what of the country’s official guardians of the faith?
A group of more than 500 leading Muslim scholars, representing what the Associated Press describes as a “moderate school of Islam” and the British Guardian calls the “mainstream religious organizations” in Pakistan not only celebrated the murder, but warned that no Muslim should mourn Taseer’s murder or pray for him.
They even went so far as to warn government officials and journalists that the “supporter is as equally guilty as one who committed blasphemy,” and so therefore they should all take “a lesson from the exemplary death” of Salman Taseer.
If that’s what counts for religious moderation in Pakistan, I think it’s a little late to be talking about extremists hijacking the religion. The religion has long since been hijacked, and it’s now moving on to even bigger things.
In the following video Malik Mumtaz Hussain Qadri was showered with rose petals for a second day as he arrived at an anti-terror court in the garrison city of Rawalpindi, hours after media first gathered in anticipation of the event. He is greeted as a hero.

1 comment:

bernie said...

As always, thanks for spreading the word.