But hey, why look at what good Muslims do on a daily basis? Â Why not trust ‘experts’ likeÂ Muqtedar Khan, Director of Islamic Studies at the University of Delaware:
Strange. I don’t. No matter how hard I look, I just can’t find it. Got chapter and verse, Mr Khan?
Alright, so we can’t Â trust Muqtedar. How about Dr. John Andrew Morrow, (yet another ‘interfaith’racketeer)Â who fantasises Â aboutÂ Â “The Covenants of the Prophet Muhammad with the Christians of the World?” Â
In the covenant uncovered in the Egyptian monastery, Morrow says the Islamic prophet advised Muslims to give excess crops to Christians and never destroy their places of worship. Â (Morrow has discovered Â obscure libraries, monasteries, and books….)
This rubbish is annoying. Back to reality:
Those who retail the myth of “Islamophobia” are enabling and running interference for incidents like these, by demonizing all resistance to jihad and Islamic supremacism.
The graffiti incident took place two days ago (thanks toÂ Mai E.). And today, at another church in Egypt (an update onÂ this story): “Gunmen Attack Christian Wedding in Egypt, 3 Killed, 18 Injured,” by Mary Abdelmassih forÂ AINA, October 20:
(AINA) — Two unidentified gunmen riding motorcycles opened fire on guests exiting the Virgin Church, located in Warrag, Giza. The gunmen fired automatic weapons as the guests exited the church after attending a wedding ceremony. According to Reverend Justus, the pastor of the church, one man, one women and one 8 year old girl were killed, and 18 were injured.Reverend Justus said the gunmen were masked andÂ were able to flee despite traffic congestion.
The Director of Giza Security formed a task force to find the gunmen. The Corniche Road leading to the area was evacuated. The attack is yet to be classified as “criminal” or “terrorist.”
AÂ youtube videoÂ (Arabic) shows scenes from the church after the attack.
Islamist students protested at al-Azhar University in Cairo today. Then they pelted police with rocks and attacked a camera crew.
Al ArabiyaÂ reported:
Egyptian police fired tear gas at Islamist students who pelted them with rocks during an anti-army protest in Cairo’s al-Azhar university on Sunday.
The students, who are supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohammad Mursi, climbed on the campus fence and waved the four-fingered “Rabaa hand” salute, which represents protests at a previous site occupied by members of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Al Arabiya’s crew members were attacked by the students while trying to cover the protest.
A group of Islamist students confiscated the team’s camera and some personal documents.