The meaning of ‘slander’ and ‘racism’ in the context of the Islamic expansion project

“Allah, Lord of the Devils …”

“‘O Allah, Lord of the Devils… we ask Thee for the booty of this town and its people.’ He (Muhammad)  used to say this of every town he raided.” — Ishaq:510


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Important in this clip is the understanding of “slander” in Islam, which takes on a very different meaning in the Islamic expansion project. And   “racism” is no longer a cry from an oppressed minority, but a call to criminalise and punish those who stand in the way of Islam:

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(2) Understanding the War on Terror Through Islamic Law
(3) Abrogation and the ‘Milestones’ Process
(4) The Muslim Brotherhood, the Arab Spring & the ‘Milestones’ Process
(5) The Role of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Enforcing Islamic Law

The definition of slander in the Islamic context: 
Writing as president of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), a think tank created by the Muslim Brotherhood in the early 1980s, Taha Jabir Alwani opined, regarding a (then) new English translation of the classic Shafiite manual of Islamic jurisprudence Reliance of the Traveller, “from a purely academic point of view, this translation is superior to anything produced by orientalists in the way of translations of major Islamic works.”The Reliance of the Traveller (or ‘Umdat al-Salik’) maintains that slander (ghiba) includes the mention of anything concerning a person [i.e., a Muslim] “that he would dislike.”  This discussion also cites a canonical hadith which contains the following account:

“Do you know what slander is?” They answered, “Allah and His Messenger know best.” He said, “It is to mention of your brother that which he would dislike.” Someone asked, “What if he is as I say?” And he replied, “If he is as you say, you have slandered him, and if not, you have calumniated him.” 

 Obama, ‘The Prophet of Islam’ and Slander

6 thoughts on “The meaning of ‘slander’ and ‘racism’ in the context of the Islamic expansion project”

  1. “‘O Allah, Lord of the Devils… we ask Thee for the booty of this town and its people.’ He (Muhammad) used to say this of every town he raided.” — Ishaq:510

    A little paraphased but entirely accurate as written in Sirat Rasul Allah (aka The Life of Muhammad) and translated by A. Guillaume. ISBN 0-19-636033-1, Oxford Press, page 510 (757).

    Yep, Mo was a murderer and worse.

  2. How is it possible to “slander” Muhammad?!

    According to THE main compilation of sharia “law” (crime) Big Moe was SPECIFICALLY asked to explicitly rule on THIS question:




    A man may gratify his pas-
    sion with his female slave
    in whatever way he pleases.

    IT is lawful for a man to perform the act of Azil* with his female
    slave without her consent, whereas he cannot lawfully do so by his
    wife, unless with her permission. — The reason of this is that the pro-
    phet has forbidden the act of Azil with a free woman without her
    consent, but has permitted it to a master, in the case of his female
    slave. Besides, carnal connexion is the right of a free woman, for
    the gratifying of her passion, and the propagation of children,
    (whence it is that a wife is at liberty to reject a husband who is an
    eunuch or impotent,) whereas a slave possesses no such right. — A
    man, therefore, is not at liberty to injure the right of his wife,
    whereas a master is absolute with respect to his slave.

    -The Hedaya, Volume 4, Book 44, page 102.-

    1. How is it possible to “slander” Muhammad?!

      Didn’t you read The meaning of ‘slander’ and ‘racism’ in the context of the Islamic expansion project

      Slander in the Islamic project means anything that a Muslim may not like to hear. That’s what the ‘Istanbul Project resolution 16/18’ means.

      The horrific part is that closet Muslim Shrillary Clinton, who is in a long time lesbian relationship with Huma Abedin, a Muslim Brotherhood operative, signed this paper, which the OIC now wants to ratify in the EU and in the UN.

  3. Yes, of course they must be afforded (abused with) the fake right to not be offended by the often painful truth, in stead of maintaining their real right to be allowed to learn from their mistakes &/or by solving problems, silly me LOL!

    And of course one must never accuse any criminals (moslems) of their crimes, if doing so might hurt their feelings, and so “make” them commit even more crimes! Idolatry is so backwards; a wonderful liberal fantasy! That one can have rights without responsibilitites; in fact, if one is a brave enough extortionist, one can pre-emptively “defend” one’s self by slandering and so blaming one’s victimsin advance; because after all, slander and extortion beats working for a living, and all politicians and other propagandist salesmen can so easily identify with the process, too!

    And of course asserting and proving that the holy prophit, (Pigs Be Upon Him) declared “azil” (aka: ass-rapery) to be “halal” (especially in the days before condoms) isn’t really slander after all, is it; it’s of course really only another simple example of the superiority of islamic thought regarding personal hygeine.


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