Ever heard of Abu Lahab and Abu Jahl?

With thanks to Robert Spencer’s hate mail bag:

what we have here is a fine case of Islamo-logic on display: reporting about Islamic jihad activity is just as bad as Islamic jihad activity. Reporting about beheadings, stonings, bombings, etc., is just as bad as beheadings, stonings, and bombings. Got it?

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Abu Lahab was Muhammad’s uncle, cursed in the Qur’an: “Perish the hands of the Father of Flame [Abu Lahab]! Perish he! No profit to him from all his wealth, and all his gains! Burnt soon will he be in a Fire of Blazing Flame! His wife shall carry the (crackling) wood as fuel! A twisted rope of palm-leaf fibre round her (own) neck!” (111:1-5)

Abu Jahel or Jahl was another man whom Muhammad considered an enemy. Abu Jahl’s crime? One of his Muslim murderers explained: “I have been informed that he abuses Allah’s Apostle.” When he heard about the murder, Muhammad was concerned not with it, but merely with the proper distribution of the spoils: “Allah’s Apostle asked, ‘Which of you has killed him?’ Each of them said, ‘I have killed him.’ Allah’s Apostle asked, ‘Have you cleaned your swords?’ They said, ‘No.’ He then looked at their swords and said, ‘No doubt, you both have killed him and the spoils of the deceased will be given to Mu’adh bin ‘Amr bin Al-Jamuh,’” who was one of the murderers. (Bukhari 4.53.369)

“You are no better than the hateful folks that are using the name of Islam to do terrible things.” Remember the easy principle: reporting about Islamic jihad activity is just as bad as Islamic jihad activity. Reporting about beheadings, stonings, bombings, etc., is just as bad as beheadings, stonings, and bombings. Got it?

5 thoughts on “Ever heard of Abu Lahab and Abu Jahl?”

  1. * Reporting about beheadings, stonings, bombings, etc., is just as bad as beheadings, stonings, and bombings. Got it?

    Mythomaniacs and other “experts” spin it that way – right, Solkhar?

  2. This post is frankly a waste of time and of no value at all, but of course that is because it comes from Spencer.

    The Prophet cursed an individual, that tells me that the person deserved it. Has this article gone into why? No.

    I think in regards to these two stories, we can say “so what?”.

    Did Moses and Abraham both not condemn others? They certainly did. Even Jesus did. But no, they seem to have rights that to the blog-owner Muslims have not and then we must really ask why he raised this issue and how does it connect to modern day terrorism? It does not.

    Thus, I go back to the simple question ….. so what?

    1. This post is frankly a waste of time and of no value at all, but of course that is because it comes from Solkhar, a pathological Muhammedan liar.

      There you go. fixed it for ya!

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