Random Quotations – Islam – July 25th, 2018

Five items in total…

“No sooner was it revealed that the Toronto mass murderer was a 29-year-old Muslim of Pakistani descent, ‘consultants’ and ‘experts’ lined up on various TV networks twisting themselves into halal pretzels, trying to avoid the elephant in the room staring at them – a Muslim hate crime.” – Tarek Fatah, “Mentally ill? The media or the murderer?” – Toronto Sun, July 25th, 2018.

“Tunahan Kuzu, whose founded-by-migrants, for migrants party wants to create a 1,000-agent ‘racism police’ to drive up prosecutions against people with ‘xenophobic’ beliefs, made the controversial remarks in a YouTube video this week.” – Virginia Hale, “Native Dutch told to ‘get out’ if they don’t want to be a minority in own homeland” – Breitbart, July 13th, 2018.

“A Muslim is, first and foremost, an Ummahist – a citizen of international Islam. So, when a Muslim takes the ‘Pledge of Allegiance,’ to serve America and protect our democracy, he is either ignorant of the implication of his pledge or is lying willfully. Ignorance is never a valid reason in the court of law, and lying in the process of working for the US military or other federal agencies is a ground for denying the application and even deporting the violator and or prison terms. Sadly enough, Taqqyeh – lying, or dissimulation – is not only condoned, it is recommended to the Muslims in their scripture. Hence, a Muslim can and would lie without any compunctions, whenever it is expedient. – Amil Imani, “America’s problems with Islam” – Capitol Hill Outsider, July 14th, 2018.

“A court found the teen not criminally responsible because he was suffering from a psychotic episode in which he believed the Qur’an had sent him a message to kill Hare.” – Canadian Press, “Student attacked in dormitory sues UBC” – via MSN, July 13th, 2018.

“One middle-aged woman gestured toward the mosque opponents in the audience, saying that many had been subjected to ‘a hateful harassment campaign’ by the Islamic Society’s attorneys, who had served them with subpoenas seeking the contents of their personal email and social media accounts, in an effort to prove that they were motivated not by planning concerns, but animosity toward Muslims… ‘Mr Chaudry has waged an expensive PR campaign that has talked about people as if they’re bigots,’ the woman said. ‘And personally, I think it is the ISBR group that has been bullying and bigoted’.” – Andrew Rice, “The fight for the right to be a Muslim in America” – The Guardian, Feb. 8th, 2018.

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