Russia: Mufti Demands Muzzler on Islamic Terrorism

Thanks to Mullah

Chances are he might get it. In a world where good is bad and all things equal (except Islam) the supremacy of theocratic tyranny seems to be getting the upper hand:

Russian TV channels should broadcast less news about terrorism and extremism, the chief mufti of Russia, Talgat Tadzhuddin, said on Tuesday at a meeting with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

“Once an explosion occurs somewhere, it is discussed every hour for at least two days,” Tadzhuddin said. He suggested instead that media outlets pay more attention to “the lifestyle of the Russian peoples, their traditions and beliefs.”

Tadzhuddin also proposed in February the establishment of a “spirituality tax” to raise money for the construction of new mosques and cathedrals. The tax was to be collected from all residents of Bashkiria, regardless of their faith.

Muslim minorities make up around one seventh of Russia’s population. Some analysts suggest that high Muslim birthrates cold mean Islam will become Russia’s dominant religion by 2050.

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“The suspects had planned to target ‘crowded facilities and transport infrastructure’ and that security officers had confiscated homemade bombs, other weapons and a map with an attack plan.”

“Russia says militant attack foiled in Moscow,” by Steve Gutterman for Reuters, July 18:

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s top security official said on Monday that authorities had averted a “large terrorist attack” in the Moscow area by militants armed with homemade bombs and other weapons.

Russian authorities frequently claim to have foiled attacks by militants from the North Caucasus, a volatile region plagued by an Islamist insurgency, but claims to have foiled large-scale assaults targeting Moscow are rare. (More on major attack by Caucasus jihadists foiled)

Update:

It is very interesting to read and listen to the critics who say “why worry about Islam?” and “jihadism is not a threat.”

Well, Muslims are building mosques in non-Muslim countries, and they want Sharia courts as well, and Iran is building nuclear reactors and bombs. What’s the problem?

These “critics” say that non-Muslim countries should simply try to start negotiations with Iran. They think that the Jihad is just a word. They think that Sharia is just some set of laws. And they think that Islamization is not a threat to them.

This is the same way that so many before them thought.

I can say that they are deeply mistaken. Jihadism is a threat that can come into the house of every person. Everyone could become a victim of a jihad terrorist. Many people think that with the death of Osama bin Laden our problems are over, but this is not true.

Jihad as a spring. It is sometimes compressed, and then strikes with great force. This is the whole history of jihadism. And there are so many examples of this in that history. I believe that these critics have not ever even seen a live jihadist. They do not understand how they are being used.

Jihadists are very generous. Wealthy sponsors spend a lot of money to bribe non-Muslims into supporting them, and to create structures that support them. These structures include the humanitarian, financial, religious organizations preach Islam.

In the Caucasus, there is also an economic superstructure supporting the jihadists, as well as schools and religious institutions. But the goal of all these organizations is solely to accumulate money for the continuation of jihad.

People who criticize us do not realize that from the perspective of the people in these groups, there is no bad jihadist or good infidel; as far as the jihadists are concerned, a kafir is a kafir.

After the terrorist attack in Budennovsk, Shamil Basayev became vice-premier of Chechnya. The Russians began to negotiate with him. But after several years of negotiations, Basayev and Khattab attacked Dagestan, and perpetrated a terrorist act in Beslan.

I once asked Shamil if he could repeat that act of terrorism in Budenovsky. He replied: “Let me have as much money as I need, and an act of terrorism will become a technical issue.”

Terrorist acts to the jihadists are a technical issue. A murder victim? Statistics.

I once attended a sentencing in a Sharia Court. Three of the accused were given the death penalty. One was beheaded, while the others were shot, one with a machine gun, and one with a pistol. Those two were more lucky: they died quickly.

But most important is the disgusting fact that that they put their victims on their knees. They like to humiliate their victims. A young man — the victim — looked at the butcher over his shoulder. In my opinion, he did not believe that he would cut his throat. He probably thought that by kneeling humbly he would avoid a terrible death. I was told before his death that the victim believed that the executioner would show mercy and do the job quickly. The man drowned in his own blood.

The Chechen who shot this video turned into a drunkard from the shock.

And now they want to put us on our knees in a figurative sense. But if we do what they want, we still will not survive.

One thought on “Russia: Mufti Demands Muzzler on Islamic Terrorism”

  1. Russia’s chief mufti wants less media coverage of “terrorism” and “extremism”
    Why, something to hide?

    http://www.jihadwatch.org/2011/07/russias-chief-mufti-wants-less-coverage-of-terrorism-and-extremism.html

    Talgat Tadzhuddin’s call for less coverage brings to mind a strange reversal of the “tree falling in the forest” question: Move everyone out of earshot of trees falling in the forest, and for good measure, stop discussing falling trees. Because we can’t hear them anymore, no trees are falling in the forest. Or, perhaps, only a Tiny Minority. Problem solved.

    Oh, and if you say otherwise, you hate trees. “Russia’s Muslim leader wants less coverage of terrorism,” from RIA Novosti, July 19 (thanks to Twostellas):

    Russian TV channels should broadcast less news about terrorism and extremism, the chief mufti of Russia, Talgat Tadzhuddin, said on Tuesday at a meeting with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.
    “Once an explosion occurs somewhere, it is discussed every hour for at least two days,” Tadzhuddin said. He suggested instead that media outlets pay more attention to “the lifestyle of the Russian peoples, their traditions and beliefs.”
    Tadzhuddin also proposed in February the establishment of a “spirituality tax” to raise money for the construction of new mosques and cathedrals. The tax was to be collected from all residents of Bashkiria, regardless of their faith.
    Bashkir has a Muslim majority. Money raised from all faiths is far more likely to go to mosques, making it a thinly concealed jizya tax on non-Muslims. It will also siphon off money they could give directly to build their houses of worship. Besides, what do Bashkir’s atheists get for their contribution, a bowling alley?

    In April, he suggested adding Islam’s crescent to Russia’s national emblem.
    Muslim minorities make up around one seventh of Russia’s population. Some analysts suggest that high Muslim birthrates cold mean Islam will become Russia’s dominant religion by 2050.

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