* Â They all do. Good Muslims do their best to imitate the prophet who has given them a perfect model of conduct, for all mankind, for all time. That’s what Islamic terrorists do: they follow Muhammad. But tell the truth and the Bunglawussi goes apeshit. That’s why he calls on Britains Muslims to complain to the editor of the Telegraph and to smear Taheri. Because good Muslims are obliged to lie to infidels, something the Bungla would never do. Or would he?
Telling the truth about Islam and the motivations of the jihadists is dangerous business. Truthtellers like Ali Sina, Ayaan Ali Hirsi and in this case Amir Taheri, live dangerously. Apostates must be killed in Islam, especially if they know too much and are seen doing damage to the cause, which could wake infidel apes and swine up from their slumber. A while ago, Amir Taheri raised a bit of a stink when he claimedÂ that the Iranian parliament passed a law that “envisages separate dress codes for religious minorities, Christians, Jews and Zoroastrians, who will have to adopt distinct colour schemes to make them identifiable in public.” This would have been in line with Islamic Dhimmi laws. The fact that it was vehemently denied and the scheme not followed through doesn’t make it untrue.Â
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Writing in the Daily Telegraph yesterday, Amir Taheri offered his ownÂ explanationÂ for the terrible slaughter in Mumbai:Â
“…it looks as if the perpetrators were trying to imitate the tactic of ghazwa, used by the Prophet against Meccan caravans in his decade-long campaign to seize control of the city. The tactic consists of surprise no-holds-barred attacks simultaneously launched against a caravan or settlement with the aim of demoralising the enemy and hastening his capitulation.”
If you do not agree with Taheri’s explanation and believe that it is intended to portray Islam itself as being inherently violent then do let the editor know by writing a short letter toÂ email@example.comÂ .