They Said What???

They Said What?!?!? magnify

I have posted and will again post using the words of radical Islamist/Jihadist. But since I have had so much feedback from people who haven’t seen/heard any/enough of response from Muslims in general over Bin Laden and terrorism, I am going to post a list of quotes from Muslim scholars in regards to this subject. Hopefully you will see something you haven’t seen before.

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Grand Sheikh Mohammed Sayed Tantawi of the Al-Azhar mosque of Cairo – which is seen as the highest authority in Sunni Islam – said groups which carried out suicide bombings were the enemies of Islam. “I do not subscribe to the idea of a clash among civilizations. People of different beliefs should co-operate and not get into senseless conflicts and animosity.” “Extremism is the enemy of Islam. Whereas, jihad is allowed in Islam to defend one’s land, to help the oppressed. The difference between jihad in Islam and extremism is like the earth and the sky.”Sheikh Tantawi said Muslim suicide attacks, including those against Israelis, were wrong and not be justified.

His comments echoed those by Malaysian Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir Mohammed who said, at the opening of the conference on Thursday, that salvation could not be achieved through the killing of innocent people.“I would rather live in America under Ashcroft and Bush at their worst, than in any “Islamic state” established by ignorant, intolerant, and murderous punks like you and Mullah Omar at their best.” A thought provoking, controversial, pre-war article by Muqtedar Khan, Ph.D. 

Prominent Muslim scholar Dr. Youssef Al-Qaradawi has condemned Al-Qaeda for their fuel tanker suicide bombing of a centuries-old Jewish synagogue on the Tunisian island of Djerba in April 2002.

On June 23 in a statement broadcast on the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera television channel, Sulaiman Abu Gaith, a spokesman for the Al-Qaeda network, claimed responsibility for the explosion that killed 14 German tourists. Five local Jews also perished.

Dr. Al Qaradawi said that in Islam it is not permissible to attack places of worship such as churches and synagogues or attack men of religion, even in a state of war. “Civilians, such as the German tourists, should not be killed, or kept as hostages. Jews, not in conflict with Muslims, must not be killed either. Anyone who commits these crimes is punishable by Islamic Sharia and have committed the sin of killing a soul which God has prohibited to kill and of spreading corruption on earth.”

When asked whether the killing of Jewish women, children and men is permissible, Islamic scholar Muhammad Al-Hanuti said that no one may be persecuted or tortured because of their religion. “The only one who could be killed is the murderer or the one who commits a crime punishable by the law. In war, when people are fighting for a certain cause, Muslims are not allowed to kill the elderly, women or children. The only legitimate target is the one who is involved in combat against Muslims.”

Dr. Al-Qaradawi said that the conflict with the Jews is over land and not about their Judaism, because they are people of the Book (i.e. they believe in a revealed religion). “We are allowed to eat their food and marry their women. Accordingly, social intercourse, including inter-marriage, is permitted with the People of the Book. The Jews lived under Muslims’ protection for many centuries.

Over the attacks on 9/11, Al-Qaradawi said, killing hundreds of helpless civilians who have nothing to do with the decision making process and are striving hard to earn their daily bread, such as the victims of [9/11], is a heinous crime in Islam. The Prophet, pbuh, is reported to have stated that a woman was qualified to enter Hell because of the cat she locked up to death. If such is the ruling applied in protecting animals, no doubt, aggression against human beings, a fortiori, deserves greater protection, for human beings are honored by Allah Almighty and are His vicegerents on earth.” “Hurt no one so that no one may hurt you. Remember that you will indeed meet your Lord, and that He will indeed reckon your deeds” From the last sermon of Mohammed

“It is time that we Muslims acknowledge that the freedoms we enjoy in the US are more desirable to us than superficial solidarity with the Muslim World. If you disagree, then prove it by packing your bags and going to whichever Muslim country you identify with.” Dr. M.A. Muqtedar Khan

Ed Bradley: Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t it the responsibility…Does not Islam, does not Allah require that Muslims police their own religion and rid themselves of extremists?

Hamza Yusuf: Yes, absolutely. It’s an obligation for Muslims to root them out. And I think it is a jihad now for the Muslims in the Muslim country to rid themselves of this element. (CBS’s 60 Minutes Sept. 30, 2001)

“Who has the greatest duty to stop violence committed by Muslims against innocent non-Muslims in the name of Islam?? The answer, obviously, is Muslims.” Ingrid Mattson, Vice President, Islamic Society of North America

“Hijacking Planes, terrorizing innocent people and shedding blood constitute a form of injustice that can not be tolerated by Islam, which views them as gross crimes and sinful acts.” Shaykh Abdul Aziz al-Ashaikh, Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia and Chairman of the Senior Ulama, on 9/15/01

“The terrorists acts, from the perspective of Islamic law, constitute the crime of hirabah (waging war against society).”
September 27, 2001 – Fatwa, signed by:
Shaykh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, Grand Islamic Scholar and Chairman of the Sunna and Sira Council, Qatar
Judge Tariq al-Bishri, First Deputy President of the Council d’etat, Egypt
Dr. Muhammad s. al-Awa, Professor of Islamic Law and Shari’a, Egypt
Dr. Haytham al-Khayyat, Islamic scholar, Syria
Fahmi Houaydi, Islamic scholar, Syria
Shaykh Taha Jabir al-Alwani, Chairman, North America High Council

“Neither the law of Islam nor its ethical system justify such a crime.” Zaki Badawi, Principal of the Muslim College in London. Cited in Arab News, 9/28/01.

“It is wrong to kill innocent people. It is also wrong to praise those who kill innocent people.” Mufti Nizamuddin Shamzai, Pakistan. Cited in the NY Times, 9/28/01.

“What these people stand for is completely against all the principles that Arab Muslims believe in.” King Abdullah II, of Jordan; cited in the Middle East Times, 9/28/01. (The above statements by high ranking international Muslim scholars and leaders appeared in an advertisement placed by the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, in the New York Times, 10/17/01)

“I’m a Muslim, I’ve been a Muslim for 20 years. I want the world to know the truth about Islam. I wouldn’t be here to represent Islam if it were the way the terrorists make it look…Islam is for peace.” Former World Heavyweight boxing champion, Muhammad Ali, at the telethon benefit concert, 9/21/01

“Those terrorists must be reading a completely different Quran than the rest of us. This isn’t about Islam. It’s about terrorism.” US Marine Corps Captain Aisha Bakkar-Poe.

“Terrorists claiming to act in the name of Islam is like a knife through my heart – that people would practice Islam, but do deeds like what they’ve done. It’s not true faith. Some people twist religion to the way they think.” US Army Captain Arneshuia Balial, a convert to Islam since 1987.

The country’s top cleric told 2 million hajj pilgrims Wednesday that some of Islam’s own sons had been “lured by the devil” to conduct violent attacks on the kingdom and charged that non-Muslims were conspiring against people of the faith. Sheik Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah al Sheik, speaking at a mosque near Mt. Arafat, lamented the violence waged by Muslim militants against Saudi Arabia.

“The greatest affliction to strike the nation of Islam came from some of its own sons, who were lured by the devil,” the cleric said. “They have called the nation infidel, they have shed protected blood and they have spread vice on Earth, with explosions and destruction and killing of innocents.”

He pointedly asked of Muslim youth: “How would you meet God? With innocent blood you shed or helped shed?”

A leading Saudi cleric issued a plea today for Muslims not to heed calls to wage terror attacks in the name of Islam. Sheikh Abdulrahman al-Sudeis, the state-appointed preacher at the Grand Mosque in Mecca, told pilgrims in a sermon marking the feast of Eid al-Adha that scholars must preach moderation to confront militants, who were using “misguided and void” interpretations to justify violence. His sermon, dedicated to the 2.5 million Muslims performing the hajj pilgrimage in Mecca, echoed comments made yesterday by Sheikh Abdul-Aziz al Sheik. The kingdom’s grand mufti said the greatest test to the nation of Islam came from its sons who were “lured by the devil” to carry out acts of violence.

Sheikh al-Sudeis said militancy was not a valid interpretation of Islam. “Because Muslims have strayed from moderation, we are now suffering from this dangerous phenomenon of branding people infidels and inciting Muslims to rise against their leaders to cause instability,” he said.

“The reason for this is a delinquent and void interpretation of Islam based on ignorance … faith does not mean killing Muslims or non-Muslims who live among us, it does not mean shedding blood, terrorising or sending body parts flying.”

The preacher warned that extremism would ruin the Muslim nation: “This phenomenon has expanded so much that scholars must confront it with concrete proof from Islam to protect our youth from its stench and putridity.”

A a quick browse of Muslims Condemn Terrorist Attacks will show, every major Muslim group in every English-speaking country (since I don’t speak other languages, my collection is limited in this regard) has issued statements condemning terrorism. All the major scholars and schools of thought in Islam have issued statements condemning terrorism. Political and community leaders from across the Muslim world have issued statements condemning terrorism. Many ordinary Muslims have written articles condemning terrorism or posted condemnations to their websites. What more do the critics want? A sworn affadavit from each of 1.2 billion Muslims?

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There is so much stuff out there in this same vein, that it is hard for me to put it all in one post.  Or even decide which ones I want to use and how much of it.  I don’t want to bore you with positive things.  Some of it comes out of the most surprising places when you consider their past.  

I am going to post some website links at the bottom of this post.  Some are source links but within them are all kinds of information.  You can see a mutitude of Muslims who have condemned terrorism, Bin Laden, and all his practices.  You can find info on those pesky verses in the Quran that seem to say to kill everyone.  You can get some insight from Muslim scholars as to why the terrorists are wrong in their interpetation of the Quran.  If you have doubt in your mind, please check it out.  Seriously, 1.something billion Muslims are not out to kill you, if they were, you would already be dead. 

Muslims become just as frustrated when they feel people are wanting day to day demonstrations of apology, protests, and begging of forgiveness for a crime that they didn’t commit.  How many times must I say, just because the crime was commited by a Muslim, does not mean that all Muslims are criminals.  

http://theamericanmuslim.org/tam.php/features/articles/muslim_voices_against_extremism_and_terrorism_part_i_fatwas/0012209

http://www.theamericanmuslim.org/tam.php

http://www.muhajabah.com/otherscondemn.php

http://freemuslims.org/

http://www.islamfortoday.com/terrorism.htm

http://www.rayhawk.com/classics/matusa/home.html

http://www.islamdenouncesterrorism.com/

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/3059365.stm

This is a link to a friend where he has a poll of Muslims in various countries.  It shows that the majority of Muslims disagree with the tactics of al Qaeda.

http://towelianism.wordpress.com/2007/05/29/islam-muslims-the-world-a-brief-paradigmatic-analysis/

 

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28 Responses to “They Said What???”

  1. Eagle Says:

    Does anybody think that Elric will put up this link on jihadwatch?? Some how I doubt it, it kind of flys in the face of his thinking that all Muslims are either terrorists or believe in the terrorist ideology.

  2. Shiva Says:

    One of the esteemed gentlemen has already appeared on jihad watch

    Dr. Youssef Al-Qaradawi

    al-Qaradawi is a staunch Islamist, who rejects universal human rights and some of the fundamentals of democracy, and note his endorsement of Palestinian suicide bombing attacks against Israeli civilian targets.

    Suicide bombings
    Qaradawi strongly supports Palestinian attacks on Israeli targets, including against civilians, claiming they are legitimate form of resistance. Qaradawi claims that hundreds of other Islamic scholars are of the same opinion.

    Defending terrorist bombing against off duty soldiers Qaradawi told BBC Newsnight that:

    “An Israeli woman is not like women in our societies, because she is a soldier.”

    “I consider this type of martyrdom operation as an evidence of God’s justice.”

    “Allah Almighty is just; through his infinite wisdom he has given the weak a weapon the strong do not have and that is their ability to turn their bodies into bombs as Palestinians do”.

    At the press conference held by the organizations sponsoring Qaradawi’s visit to London, Qaradawi reiterated his view that “martyrdom operations” are a justified from of “resistance” to Israeli occupation.

    In the past, Qaradawi has justified such terrorist actions on the basis that all Israel civilians are potential soldiers since Israel is a “militarized society.”

    Due to this, Qaradawi has been accused of supporting terrorism.

    In response to Saudi shaykh Abdullah Bin Jabreen’s fatwa declaring that it was forbidden for Muslims to support or pray for Hezbollah because they are Shia, Qaradawi issued a fatwa stating that, to the contrary, it was the duty of all Muslims to support Hezbollah in its fight against Israel,

    Before the 2003 invasion of Iraq, he made the fatwa that a Muslim who fights the US invasion will martyr.

    Qaradawi has been banned from entering the United States of America since 1999,

    ONE DOWN

    This is going to be better than Ten Green Bottles standing on the wall

  3. Shiva Says:

    Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Abdullah al-Sheikh

    Saudi Arabia’s most senior Islamic cleric has condemned women who mingled unveiled among men at a business conference this week, saying their actions could cause “evil and catastrophe”.

    Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Abdullah al-Sheikh, the grand mufti of the desert kingdom, made his comments after the country’s top businesswoman called for reform and pictures of her supporters – without headscarves – appeared on newspaper front pages.

    “Allowing women to mix with men is the root of every evil and catastrophe,” he said. “It is highly punishable. Mixing of men and women is a reason for greater decadence and adultery.

    “This is prohibited for all. I severely condemn this matter and warn of grave consequences.”

    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAND another one bites the dust

  4. Eagle Says:

    That’s it, that’s all you got, out of all those websites and all those people, you have one person??

    Since you are sooo much like Elric, I am not surprised that you would be working feverishly trying to debunk every reference I put up there. Hopefully in the process of doing it, you will find that not every Muslim in the world is a terrorist or believes the terrorist ideology.

    As I also said in the post, that some of the individuals were surprising to me because of their background. But hey, knock yourself out looking everybody up and make sure you check each and every reference on each and every website, other wise your view is not valid.

  5. Eagle Says:

    How is the sheiks view of women in their country, and denouncing terrorism, how do you make that connection??

    We are talking about Muslims who have denouced the tactics of Bin Laden, are we not… Because so many people haven’t heard them say it… Isn’t that what I said this post was about???

  6. Shiva Says:

    Dr. Mahathir Mohammed

    Mahathir is an anti-Semite. In 1984, his government banned the performance of works by the Jewish composer Ernest Bloch, during a visit by the New York Philharmonic, specifically because of Bloch’s religion. The Orchestra responded by refusing to play in Malaysia.

    Under Mahathir, a leading critic of Israel, Malaysia was a staunch supporter of the Palestinian cause, and established diplomatic relations with the Palestine Liberation Organization. (Israeli citizens remain banned from entering Malaysia and Malaysian citizens from Israel without special government permission.)

    In 1986, a major diplomatic row erupted with neighbouring Singapore when Chaim Herzog, the President of Israel, paid a state visit.

    In 1997, during the financial crisis, he attributed the collapse of the Malaysian ringgit to a conspiracy of Jews against a prosperous Muslim state: “The Jews robbed the Palestinians of everything, but in Malaysia they could not do so, hence they do this, depress the ringgit.”

    Under strong international criticism, he issued a partial retraction, but not in Malay-language media sources.

    On October 16, 2003 (shortly before he stepped down as prime minister), Mahathir said at the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) in Putrajaya,

    “We Muslims are actually very strong, 1.3 billion people cannot be simply wiped out. The Nazis killed 6 million Jews out of 12 million.

    But today the Jews rule the world by proxy. They get others to fight and die for them.” He also named Israel as “the enemy allied with most powerful nations.”

    Israel strongly criticized the remarks. “The speech was also condemned by the European Union and Germany in particular, as well as by the United States, Australia and other Western states.

    Germany summoned Malaysia’s charge d’affaires in Berlin to protest at the ‘totally unacceptable’ comments.

    Speaking for the EU, Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said that Dr Mahathir had employed ‘expressions that were gravely offensive, very strongly anti-Semitic and… strongly counter to principles of tolerance, dialogue and understanding’.”
    At the same time,

    “His speech was defended and admired by many Muslim leaders.”

    Another skumbag

  7. Eagle Says:

    Anti-Semite, ok, but what about what he said in regards to the tactics of Bin Laden??

    If you are going to discredit the source, you need to do it based on what they said. In other words, if the guy said that what Bin Laden did on 9/11 was wrong, and then said it was right… You have a valid point. I will even give you the first guy you named.

    But the sheik, is apples and oranges. And when playing 99 bottles, you have to reseach it all. That means every name on every website.

  8. cerebate Says:

    Shiva
    You seem to be expecting the examples to be perfect gentlemen. As already pointed out to you by eagle, the current post states their opinions of Bin Laden. There is no assertion made that these are model muslims. The fact that they arent good people, and are scumbags, and they still condemn some acts of terrorism is great dont you think?

    Do you really like setting up and then demolishing strawmen?

  9. awake Says:

    Eagle,

    Your points are utterly nosensical as are the comments by your cohorts.

    I bid you adieu, only checking back to see the names of your commentators to refute when they appear on Robert’s site, all four of them.

    Cerebate, I am sure, I will address in that forum sooner rather than later, for it is apparent, that he cannot resist.

  10. cerebate Says:

    Awake
    “Your points are utterly nosensical as are the comments by your cohorts.”
    You can make statements such as these on jihadwatch and get away with it. Over here you need to provide a justification.

    Oh and before you go, do tell me if your going to take your advice..

  11. Shiva Says:

    Okay

    Lets us put it another way

    “Malaysia is against the military strikes on Afghanistan by the United States and British because it will not overcome terrorist acts,” Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dr. Mahathir Mohamad says.

    “That’s why the Malaysian Government does not agree with the war against any country allegedy to have given safe haven to terrorists.”

    “Dr. Mahathir, Prime Minister of Malaysia, told Parliament, “Those who committed terrorism against the Palestinians were the Israelis. Retaliate against Israel then. Those who were killed in attacks on the WTC buildings included many foreigners who had nothing to do with the terrorist acts committed by the Israeli authorities. Therefore, if they wanted to take any action they should pick on those who had acted against them, and I would support them if they had committed these terrorist acts against Israel because Israel has killed many Palestinians.”

  12. Shiva Says:

    “I’m a Muslim, I’ve been a Muslim for 20 years. I want the world to know the truth about Islam. I wouldn’t be here to represent Islam if it were the way the terrorists make it look…Islam is for peace.” Former World Heavyweight boxing champion, Muhammad Ali, at the telethon benefit concert, 9/21/01

    This guy is so punch drunk, I doubt he even know who OBL is

  13. Shiva Says:

    You have named several Sowdi,s

    When you look at how the Sowdi royal family feels about OBL, and how much financial aid Sowdi is receiving then I don’t think many clerics are willing to lose their heads..

    The same goes for the Egyptians

  14. Eagle Says:

    I know I’ve said this before, let me run it one more time…

    If you, want to maintain that all Muslims believe in the terrorist ideology… Then you must, investigate every name on every website listed in this post… Or your argument… HAS NO VALUE!!! You merely prove yourself to be the bigot that you are.

  15. Shiva Says:

    Okay Eagle I have open the links and it dont look good

    The first link I open was THE AMERICAN MUSLIM
    And below

    Muslim Voices Against Extremism and Terrorism

    MUSLIMS DENOUNCE TERRORISM

    And I came to this

    – Part I Fatwas

    So I opened

    And amongst the fatwas found, some where issued by some really nasty bastards skumbags

    Here are a few

    Shaykh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, , who we have already dealt with,

    Omar Bakri Muhammad (Arabic: عمر بکری محمد; born Omar Bakri Fostock in 1958 in Syria) led Al-Muhajiroun, an Islamist organisation based in the United Kingdom, until its disbandment in 2004, and is allegedly a spiritual leader for Al Qaeda.

    Bakri released prepared statements from Osama bin Laden after the 1998 United States embassy bombings.

    On September 13, 2001 Bakri told the Daily Mail, “When I first heard about [the September 11, 2001 attacks], there was some initial delight about such an attack. I received a phone call and said, ‘Oh, wow, the United States has come under attack.’ It was exciting

    Sheikh Ahmed Ismail Yassin (1936 – 2004 (about 68 years old)) (Arabic: الشيخ أحمد ياسين) was the co-founder (with Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi) and the spiritual leader of the militant Palestinian Islamist organization of Hamas, originally calling it the Palestinian Wing of the Muslim Brotherhood.

    Yassin subsequently became involved with a Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood. In 1987, during the first intifada, Yassin co-founded Hamas with Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi, originally calling it the Palestinian Wing of the Muslim Brotherhood, and becoming its the spiritual leader. Hamas is regarded as a terrorist organization by many national governments.

    Yassin became disillusioned with the peace process with the Israelis and was skeptical that it would ever actually lead to peace. He instead supported resistance against Israel. He also asserted that Palestine is an Islamic land “consecrated for future Muslim generations until Judgement Day” and that no Arab leader had the right to give up any part of this territory.

    Yassin did not restrict his remarks to Israelis, but included all Jews stating that “Reconciliation with the Jews is a crime.”

    In 1997 Yassin was released from Israeli prison as part of an arrangement with Jordan following a failed assassination attempt of Khaled Mashal conducted by the

    Israeli Mossad in Jordan. Yassin was released by Israel in exchange for two Mossad agents who had been arrested by Jordanian authorities, on condition that he refrain from calling for suicide bombings against Israel.

    Following his release, Yassin resumed his leadership of Hamas. He immediately resumed his calls for attacks on Israel, using tactics including suicide bombings, thus violating the condition of his release. His epigram is his most famous quote: “We chose this road, and will end with martyrdom or victory”.

    In addition to being nearly blind, he was a paraplegic and had to use a wheelchair after a playground accident in his youth.
    He was assassinated by an Israeli helicopter gunship.

    Also most of the fatwas where written condemming the danish cartoons

    Any-way So much for that site

  16. Eagle Says:

    Elric goodbye

    Shiva, your still not proving your point. The bottom line is, there is no way you can refute everybody on all those links. There are too many.

    You can go the way of Elric, I am tired of dealing with people who hate. I don’t think like you or believe like you and NEVER WILL. Your hate is no different than the terrorist. They are unreasonable too. What a great club to belong to, you and elric must be so proud….

    YOu have called me clueless numerous times, so why are you still here?? Why waste your time. You are not going to change my mind and I won’t listen to anyone who is rude and disrespectful.

    I will tell you the same thing I told Elric, I don’t need your help in writing my blog, and I need to get back to my normal topics. You and Elric have proved my point on what a bigot is.

    So go back to your own blog and leave me alone.

  17. Eagle Says:

    shiva,

    “You know that all “good” Muslims are terrorists”

    But your not a bigot?!?!?!?

    Riiiiight 😀

  18. pvb Says:

    Do you consider yourself a moderate muslim? How do you deal with the later violent verses in the quran that replaced the earlier peaceful verses because allah thought of a better verse?

    Thanks, pvb

  19. Eagle Says:

    pvb,
    I am not a Muslim, I am a Christian. If you want to know my view I suggest you read my blog.

  20. Barbara Says:

    I must say, I went to Shiva’s site and I have never seen such an orgy of filth and hatred in my life… unless it is the KKK site. I cannot imagine an intelligent person spending so much time on hatred. My goodness, the spirit of this person must be as hideous to look at as some of the images she taunts Muslims so hatefully with.

    You would think this person might want to get out and do something positive in the world, make some changes to the good, but instead it wants to stay on line and be picayune to drive home hatred.

    How intelligent is THAT? This Muslim says… not very. Meanwhile, I will go out later and offer my volunteer services to my neighbourhood, helping distribute warm clothing to the homeless and destitute in my part of Canada.

  21. Shiva Says:

    Barbara

    I must say, I went to Shiva’s site and I have never seen such an orgy of filth and hatred in my life…

    Well Muslimah the orgy of filth and hatred is courtesy of your brothers and sisters of faith, I am just showing the side of Islam the MSM refuses to show

    So, you think the Ku Klux Klan is bad

    Well muslimah

    Put the Numbers in Perspective

    For your information Islamic terrorists murder more people every day than the Ku Klux Klan has in the last 50 years.

  22. Eagle Says:

    shiva your hate disgusts me, go back to the hole you crawled out of

  23. Barbara Says:

    I will be honest with this Shiva creature.

    As a woman of dignity and intelligence, I won’t condescend to argue. It is unfitting to waste time and energy on the lost. Hatred that so consumes a soul so that it generalizes so viciously is nothing I wish to deal with. When you pass over and look back upon your life, you will feel regret. Let your maker deal with you.

    Such filth as you spew corrupts the spirit .. of ANYONE who hates, of any creed or nationality. You ain’t special so look within, kid.

    And PLEASE do NOT play the stupid game of throwing back the blame. Such tactics are only suitable for children in the sandbox.

    However, take your best shot if you wish. I am invulnerable to your foolishness. Perhaps Shiva needs to get off its ass and go out and help the world be a better place. Spewing racist hatred is not exactly a great start in that regard.

  24. Eagle Says:

    Shiva says:
    “YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO FIND A SPECK OF RACISM, EVEN THOUGH I HATE ISLAM AND I HAVE A VERY LOW OPINION OF MUSLIMS.. ”

    Not a racist, just a hate filled bigot concerning ANYTHING he remotely considers Islamic or Muslim. What a nice person to want to have around…

    And in addition to that, has ignored all the information on Turkey that I put up. A typical bigot, that when proved wrong ignores the information.

    In case your mother never told you…. shame, shame, shame on you for being such a poor pathetic person that you are. I bet she is sooo proud of you. What a fine example of a son…

  25. Eagle Says:

    awake,

    Too bad you feel that way, I believe I have shown that all Muslims are not evil terrorist bent people. Your points have been answer by numerous people. My blog spells out the truth. That truth is, that even though there are bad Muslims out there, not all Muslims are bad.

    Before you go for good, you should read, ‘What Will You Do’ I pose that question to everybody.

  26. Eagle Says:

    Shiva,

    You don’t consider yourself a racist or bigot, but you call Arabs “sand monkey”.

    You are a racist and a bigot. Like I said before, your mother must be soooo proud.

  27. shiva Says:

    Check up about taqiyya and then see how relevant the above links are..

    Quick quick delete

  28. Eagle Says:

    Shiva, please read my latest post. Then tell me you can go along with it.


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