Dr David Liepert Â finds a complicit bunch of kumbaya yodlers at Puff Ho.
In the queer and twisted world of Dr David Liepert Aisha was ‘at least’ 14 when she married the pedophile Muhammad, and his own 16-year-old daughter raised $26,000 in her high school “to combat North America’s growing child-sex-slavery trade.”
Unfortunately, the good doctor doesn’t tell us who is behind thisÂ growing child-sex-slavery trade in North America, but with the influx of Arab Muslims and the unhindered spread of Â Islam slavery is never far behind.
Not a word about slavery in Africa, in the emirates, in Dubai, Kuwait, the Sudan, Mauritania or in Lebanon;
Â In fact, several countries have banned their citizens from working in Lebanon because so many of them are turned into virtual slaves there. Lebanese labor laws offer no protection for migrant workers.Â Migrant domestic workers beaten and abused by Lebanese MuslimÂ employers, Madagascar called all maids back and stopped them from from working there. Other countries like Sri Lanka are contemplating similar moves.
Remember the Gaddafi nanny?
On average,Â Arabs Return 40 Maids in Body Bags Per Month, Â but Liepert fantasizes about ‘growing child-sex-slavery trade in North America’, go figure!
For Liepert slavery is growing in North America. He fails to offer any proof, but libtards will suck this up like free kool aid from Guyana.
Â two of the tales tell of transgressors obsessively confessing, and Muhammad doing everything he could to prevent them from making their confessions!
Imagine that! Liepert must be a bigger ‘moderate’ than Tariq Ramadan!
Here is being fisked byÂ blogger Guy DeWhitneyÂ over his shameless taqiyya.
And here, thanks to the Tundra Tabloids, he is being fisked for his steaming pile of Â BS and Islamic slavery.
Â Koran: 33:50Â â€“ “Prophet, We have made lawful to you the wives to whom you have granted dowriesÂ and the slave girls whom God has given you as booty.”
According to Liepert, big old Moe was a real humanitarian:
theÂ International Muslim Abolitionist MovementÂ — believes that true compliance to Muhammad’s example demands that slavery in all its evil forms must come to an end…
Really? Chapter and verse please, doctor Liepert!
Muhammad’s immediate household personally freed almost 40,000 slaves alone.
Bloody hell! Where did they all come from? Â Any idea or must I spell it out for you?
Because the message of the Quran, theÂ SunnahÂ (the acts and words of Muhammad), Islam’s wise scholars and theÂ SalafÂ (early Islam’s first three generations) is clear: Muslims should have ended slavery long ago.
The message is clear? Â Just how, Liepert?Â
Here’s a commentÂ from the article in questionÂ that nails it:
Well here is the root of your problem:Â “The Quran declared that slaves had rights and that masters had a responsibility to protect them”Â That’s great and all….for the 7th century. But the quran also says you cant forbid anything that is permitted.Â……That is why as late as the 1960s there were slave caravans taking captured black people from Central Africa to Arabia, and is still a real problem in Mauritania and Sudan, while even the general supervisorÂs of al Azhar wont prohibit it from sharia. Your Â religion can’t abolish slavery because your prophet was a caveman who never outright forbid it, and why post enlightenment secular humanism wins again.
There’s also an interesting article at PJ media about the farcicalÂ “Human Rights in Islam”, which sounds more like a Mohammedan revival movement:
A University of Oslo program reveals that Sharia is alive and well in Norway.
They delightedly applauded the chopping off of hands and feet.Â And they didn’t raise an eyebrow when executions committed by family agreement were defended as a reasonable ”human right in Islam.”
You would be forgiven for thinking that we were in deepest Saudi Arabia, or in a long-ago century.Â Far from it. We were in an auditorium at Oslo University College, where our future was being hatched onstage.Â The place was packed, and the great majority of the young students were wearing clothes that identifed themselves as followers of the Prophet.
Encountering such a faith community doesn’t just make you feel isolated.Â It makes you uneasy â€” about the future.