A real wankfest from a Muhammedan apologist: I got the creeps reading myself through this:
* I picked it up from http://hurryupharry.bloghouse.net/redlogo.gif
which appears to be a popular website somewhere in Londonistan, operated by sympathetic ex- (?) commie Harry Hatchet who, according to Wikipedia, was active in British anti-fascist and Marxist politics in the mid-to-late 1980s, and in this period was also a member of the Straight Left faction of the Communist Party of Great Britain.
* Even if he, or ‘they’ are no longer the commies they once were, you’ll find that the blog is highly censored; expect any comments you make to be deleted. Harry’s promo for this piece of Muhammedan indulgence is a rather foggy cloud of nothing and if you want to comment, you are directed to the site:
The fight against the double whammy facing Muslims
The rhetoric of the War or Terror grows ever more insidious. Terrorists and extremists are held up as representatives of the wider Muslim community. Dispatches on Channel 4 ran a programme entitled “Undercover Mosque”. The theme was “a reporter attends mosques run by organisations whose public faces are presented as moderateÂ¦” but which then went onto ‘expose’ the extreme views of the Saudi backed, trained or inspired speakers. (How do you ‘expose’ something that has been prevalent for years and years and public domain knowledge?) By creating a context that these people claim to be moderates but in fact hold abhorrent and hate-filled opinions, all Muslims that claim to be moderate, or in fact any Muslims at all, immediately become suspect.
Here she confirms that she was aware that hate speeches ‘have been prevalent for years’-, so why didn’t she do anything about it?
How should Muslims respond? The extreme views of those particular individuals shown on the programme “ and most Muslims come across these views every day and disagree vehemently with them “ these extreme views are clearly outside the parameters of Islam, contradicting it both in letter and in spirit. These are views that need to be roundly and forcefully rejected. But how to do this without supporting the devious subtext of the programme which tries to paint all Muslims with the same brush?
Most muslims disagree? Do they really? Yes, they ‘disagree vehemently’ â€“ so she claims, and then this: “ these extreme views are clearly outside the parameters of Islam, contradicting it both in letter and in spirit. These are views that need to be roundly and forcefully rejected.”
Liar! Absolutely not. This is a steaming pile of taqiyya, because these ‘extreme views’ are exactly what is in the Koran and sunnah, these are the fundamental teachings of Islam.
Read yourself through it if you’re in the mood for a mind-bender, but expect nothing but your worst fears confirmed:
If every Muhammedan is by nature a ‘victim of oppression’- I just wonder why they’re so adamant to remain among us kuffars….
* Ah yes: They are here, they are here to stay, ‘learn to live with it’- they tell us, and ‘what are you gonna do about it?’
Right: What are we doing about it?