The Violent Oppression of Women in Islam

Koran Commentary for Children Published in Egypt Features Incitement to Fight Christians and Jews 

Jihad for Kids Update from MEMRI (thanks to JW:

In an investigative article in the Egyptian weekly Roz Al-Yousef, journalist Asma Nassar revealed that a popular Koran commentary for children published in Egypt contains virulent incitement against Christians and Jews, and calls on both children and adults to fight them. Nassar’s critical article presents excerpts from the book and comments from Muslim scholars who participated in its writing and from senior Al-Azhar figures.
The following are excerpts from the article: [1]

How Could Al-Azhar Approve This Book for Publication?

The article stated: “This Koran commentary, intended for children, includes erroneous ideas which incite against the followers of the [other] monotheistic religions. For instance, the interpretation of the Al-Fatiha Sura [the first Sura of the Koran], states that [the expression] ‘those who earn Thine [i.e., Allah’s] anger’ refers to the Jews, and [the expression] ‘those who go astray’ refers to the Christians. [2] This [rendering] contradicts the tenets and the tolerant character of the Islamic faith….

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4 thoughts on “The Violent Oppression of Women in Islam”

  1. I just wonder how long this will stay up on utube and if it does stay up will the lefties take it in.
    Cobber .

  2. Cobber
    I just wonder how long this will stay up on utube and if it does stay up will the lefties take it in.

    It has already been axed

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