"We don't have freedom of speech in Islam. We have the freedom to obey Allah."

Abu Mussab Wajdi Akkari Condemns Freedom of Speech– and a whole lot more. He also  seems to have an issue with cartoons:

David Wood from Answering Muslims.

I keep telling people that Islamic values are inconsistent with Western values such as Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion. Whenever I bring up the issue, however, I am labeled a “racist,” a “bigot,” a “hate-monger,” and an “Islamophobe.”

But what happens when Muslims themselves say that Islam doesn’t allow Freedom of Speech? Should we call these Muslims “racists” or “Islamophobes”?

(JW has good comments)

Abu Mussab Wajdi Akkari has issues with Christmas:

“Christmas worse than alcohol & fornication…”– we suggest therapy. Or perhaps one of Obama’s shovel-ready jobs, like  digging a trench from Canada to USA:

NY Libtards confused, made ‘uncomfortable’ by Charlie Brown, the jihadist

” It turns Charlie Brown’s Christmas Special into some sort of very uncomfortable jihadist joke. As Mande put it, “I still can’t get over how profoundly fucked up and confusing it is.”

“Brown Converts To Islam In Xenophobic Peanuts Parody”

Oldie but goldie….. Vlad Tepes

The comments on the Gothamist are hysterical: leave us alone, we want nothing ‘controversial’ – we are libtards and we don’t want to be confronted with reality…….

Gothamist discovers years-old Charlie Brown jihad parody, calls it “xenophobic”

Spencer picks up on it:

I posted this video, a parody of A Charlie Brown Christmas in which Charlie Brown converts to Islam and becomes a jihadist, here at Jihad Watch on October 29, 2006. It had been posted at YouTube on April 17, 2006. So it is at least five and a half years old, and probably older.

But Gothamist just noticed it, and featured it December 24 in a post entitled “Video: Charlie Brown Converts To Islam In Xenophobic Peanuts Parody.” The title says the video is “xenophobic”; the commenters, inevitably, call it “racist.” So apparently it is both of those things and more to poke fun at jihadists, and to make even the most comically innocuous recognition of the fact, abundantly documented here day in and day out, year in and year out, that some of the people who convert to Islam end up being violent jihadists.

Xenophobic to oppose jihad. We should instead be welcoming of Islamic supremacists who want to kill, convert or subjugate us. To resist them would be racist. That’s the Gothamist’s take. And that of many others as well, of course.

Here is what Abu Mussab Wajdi Akkari  says about himself:
I was born and raised in Lebanon in an un-Islamic environment where we celebrated all the Christian holidays with no exception. Islam had no real role in my life except occupying the “Religion” slot on my passport along with some ritualistic practices in the later stages which did not survive, nor were they of any real substance. At the age of 18, I traveled to the United States with the hope to become a rapper or an NBA player. I got heavily involved with a group of Buddhists due to our common interest in music. I eventually started practicing Buddhism and lost touch of the real world and the purpose of life. Even though I was living, what appeared to be a lavish life, I was miserable on the inside and suffered immensely due to the kind of life I was leading. After the passage of 5 years or so, in the oddest of circumstances, Allah guided me to Islam and instilled in my heart the love for Dawah, something that I could have never done on my own, so all praise is due to Him, the Exalted. Furthermore, Allah also facilitated for me the acquisition of Islamic knowledge at the hands of qualified scholars in the middle of Los Angeles!

My life started to change and my previous interests in the many evil I used to engage in started to fade away (I ask Allah to help us all overcome our desires until we die). I eventually moved to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where Allah facilitated for me the propagation of Islam in ways I could have never perceived. By Allah’s Grace, I have been blessed with many opportunities to share Islam with the Muslims and non-Muslims.

I continue to strive in rectifying my condition and improving my relationship with my Master whom I ask to ever enslave me to His Majesty, grant me the honor to work in the service of His religion, and enable me to spread Islam until the last breath I shall breathe.

5 thoughts on “"We don't have freedom of speech in Islam. We have the freedom to obey Allah."”

  1. Question about Abu at the top:

    is the extra “a” in “Islaam” a misspell? or do some Muslim’s add another “a”? Reason I ask is because I’ve seen it elsewhere…

  2. Not really, its how they would like you to pronounce it.

    Just like ‘hijaab’ and a lot of other things, to make you get used to it.

    They also believe that if infidels eat halaaaal food they would become Muslim, somehow…..

  3. Buddhism is not for the weak as it takes real sacrifice and generosity of spirit – the muslim featured here did not make the grade.

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