Comedy Gold: Oklamoha Employs a Mohammedan Shrieker, Mariah Najmuddin @ The Daily, and she promptly inflicts muzz-prop on her unsuspecting Â readers:
Not Islam, not the vile and perverse teachings of Koran, sia & hadith, not the 1.5 gazillion enrage Muslims who scream “Death to Israel, Death to Amerikiee!” every day. Not the 16 000 Islamic terrorist attacks around the world since 9/11. No. None of that causes hatred. Â A lone pastor with a following of 50, a guy who is fed up with the falsehood in the media and the Islamization of America is the biggest problem in the politically correct world today. Najmuddin digs up Japanese prison camps, Jim Crow laws and the kitchen sink:
By now, I’m sure almost everyone knows about the controversy surrounding the construction of a mosque near Ground Zero, but how many people know about the “International Burn a Koran Day” that will take place Sept. 11? It is within our first amendment rights to express when, how and what we believe. However, it’s mind boggling to see that the bigotry of yesteryear still plagues our society and our views.
- Totally unhinged: CNN’s Chetry to Koran-Burning Pastor: You’ll Have Blood on Your Hands
- Monica Crowley on FOX who was sitting in for O’Reilly was equally shrill in her condemnation of “anti-Muslim bigotry…”
- To top it off, Â there’s always Willie Clitman’s fat ass wife: Shrillary calls plan to burn Quran ‘disgraceful act’
From Japanese prison camps during the 40s to Jim Crow laws of the 60s to the Quran burning that will take place in just a few days â€” we can see that America is still as narrow minded as it was when our grandparents were children.
If a group of Muslims were to publicly plan to burn Bibles, it would be blasphemy and surely a sign of underground terrorism. The media would be spending hours covering the story. But this little church in Gainesville, Fla., is getting nothing short of a pat on the back and open support. They haven’t received any angry media coverage in defense of Islamic communities, nor have they received any backlash from other Christian organizations. Instead, they have received more than 7,000 fans on Facebook and a book preaching the evils of Islam.
Let me remind you, freedom of and from religion are also provided in our First Amendment.
Funny that. Who apart from the soldiers of Allah would take that away from us? But they keep trying, as you can see here:
Read the whole thing below the fold!
It’s ridiculous that we have heard next to nothing about this Quran burning. Just last year, the nation was in an uproar over the University of Texas in San Antonio’s campaign, “Smut for Smut,” a program where one could exchange religious texts for porn.
The media won’t eat up Quran burning because bashing Islam has become socially acceptable. According to an August 10 CBS poll, 45 percent of Americans said they have an “unfavorable” view toward Muslims. And according to an Aug. 19 TIME poll, 62 percent of Americans said they don’t personally know someone who is Muslim.
It’s easy to target someone and something we don’t know a thing about. In fact, Muslims make up less than 2 percent of our population. We are afraid of something we are completely oblivious to.
But this goes beyond religion no matter what faith you belong to. Not only has anti-Islamic sentiment spread since 2001, but also stereotyping has become a commonality among all faiths. More and more Christians are viewed as intolerant and unloving, Muslims as radical and violent and Mormons as cultic and creepy.
Yes, it was Islamic extremists that attacked the U.S. on Sept. 11, but let us not forget the Mormon compound in Texas that held 400 children prisoner or the more than 200 abortion clinics that have been bombed by different Protestant organizations.
(Is it 200 now? Last time I checked it was less than 20)
I’m not trying to undermine the significance of Islamic extremism, and I’m not saying we should ridicule Quran burners, but before we strike the match, we should be a little more open-minded to the people we’re affecting, not just the people who have affected us.
There is ignorance among us all, some more than others, but we shouldn’t let the foolish acts of few define the character of many.
No, we shouldn’t. Â We shouldn’t be fooling ourselves. And we shouldn’t let the PC brigades Â fool us who keep telling us we are “bigots” for opposing Islam, lie Mike Daniels: Following in the tradition of bigots everywhere, a Florida church is preparing to hold a book-burning. Not just any book; the Quran.
For more posts on the preservation of the Qur’an, clickÂ here.
Watch the video, here
Description: This September 11th, a church in Florida is protesting the growing influence of Islam by offending 1.5 billion people. Specifically, they’re staging a “Burn the Quran” Day. But is this the first day of its kind? In fact, is today’s Qur’an the Qur’an that Muhammad intended his followers to have? Let’s take a look at the evidence! (From Answering Muslims)
Note first of all the conflation of “anti-Muslim rhetoric” with actual crimes like the stabbing of the taxi driver and the fire at the mosque in Tennessee, despite the fact that those who are speaking out against the jihad and Islamic supremacism have consistently disavowed and opposed violence and vigilantism. Note also the mention of the stupid and wrong Qur’an burning in Florida. This illustrates what I have noted here many times: Islamic supremacists want and need hate crimes against Muslims, as they will attempt to use them to shut down all legitimate opposition to the jihad and Islamic supremacism, and to tar all their opponents as advocates of violence and hatred.
It is likely that this appeal, although the DOJ made no official comment, fell on fertile ground in the Obama Justice Department, given Obama’s long-standing tendency to appoint foes of the freedom of speech to influential positions: Kagan, Sotomayor, Koh, Sunstein, Genachowski, etc. etc. etc.
“Anti-Muslim Rhetoric: Free Speech or Hate Speech? Faith Coalition Calls on DOJ to Take Public Stance Against Anti-Muslim Rhetoric,” by John R. Parkinson forÂ ABC News, August 31:
WASHINGTON, Aug. 31, 2010 — A coalition of faith groups met with Justice Department officials Monday to encourage the Obama administration to take a more public stance against anti-Muslim hate speech and hate crimes.Farhana Khera, president and executive director of Muslim Advocates, said the community leaders requested the meeting due to an “alarming rise in anti-Muslim hate” that has become commonplace as the debate over the so-called “Ground Zero mosque” in New York City continues.
“Unfortunately, this very escalating trend of hate speech in the country has now transformed into actual acts of violence and the attorney general, as the nation’s chief law enforcement officer, has an obligation to really enforce the laws, including the hate crime laws and holding those that engage in hate crimes responsible,” Khera said.
Last week in New York City, a taxi cab driver was repeatedly stabbed allegedly by a passenger who asked him, “Are you a Muslim?” before the attack.
On Saturday, a fire was discovered at the construction site for a mosque and community center in Murfreesboro, Tenn., that has been a topic of controversy in the city. Police said the fire is being investigated as a possible arson and hate crime.
And a church in Gainesville, Fla., has announced it plans to burn copies of the Quran on Sept. 11, to mark the anniversary of the 2001 terror attacks.
“We are a thriving democracy, we appreciate free speech, but when it crosses the line into violence, that’s against the law,” she said. “And the [Justice] Department, the federal government, the nation’s chief law enforcement officer is going to prosecute and hold them responsible to the fullest extent of the law….