"You don’t understand Islam"

Relax. Sit down and pass the popcorn. The experts also don’t understand Islam, as you can see in the following video clip, which is entertaining, although it is of the most vulgar ‘my allah is better than yours’ variety.

Violent Brawl on Jordanian TV over Legacy of Saddam Hussein

MEMRI transcript below the fold!

Edifice complex, Saudi-style:

Saudi Arabia to begin building world’s tallest skyscraper

A Ridiculous Waste Of Money, So Like Qatar’s World Cup Preparations, Not To Be Discouraged

The Kingdom Tower in Jeddah will be 1km tall, dwarfing the current tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai

Arab “youth” riot on Temple Mount; 2 officers hurt

Temple Mount compound closed after rocks and fireworks thrown at police from barricade at Al-Aqsa Mosque; police arrest 24 suspects.

Robert Redeker:

Robert Redeker is the teacher in France who, after receiving death threats from Muslims, had to leave his post.

He has been trying to explain — to himself, first of all — why there was so little protest, why so many seem determined to ignore the teachings Islam inculcuates, and the observable behavior of Muslims in France and elsewhere in Europe.

You can read his article here. (in French) Hugh Fitzgerald

Lakemba, Australia’s unofficial Muslim capital, is between two worlds

Not. Its the camp of Islam in the dar al-harb. The BS about “how well we integrate”  might be good enough for this Oz journalist who promises to ‘write exactly what he sees’, but he sees not because he knows not….

Violent Brawl on Jordanian TV over Legacy of Saddam Hussein

MEMRI Transcript:

Things got out of hand in a Jordanian TV debate between Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi, a member of the Levant Scholars’ Union, and Jordanian lawyer Ziyad Al-Najdawi, who had served as one of the lawyers on Saddam Hussein’s legal team, with both guests hurling insults at one another. The show aired on JoSat TV and was posted on the Internet on February 24, 2014.

Following are excerpts:

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi, member of the Levant Scholars’ Union: The Arabs are incapable of defending Islam. It was not the Arabs or pan-Arabism that defended Islam and the Koran…

Jordanian lawyer Ziyad Al-Najdawi: That’s heresy.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: Be patient, hear me out.

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: That’s heresy.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: You don’t understand Islam.

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: By God, that’s heresy.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: “Indeed, it is We who sent down the Koran, and indeed, We will be its guardian.”

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: The Koran was conveyed in Arabic…

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: It was Allah, not people like you, who sent down the Koran and who protects it.

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: Well, it was certainly not people like you.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: Calm down. Stop playing games.

Moderator: Calm down, Ziyad.

Ziyad Al-Najdawi gets up

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: Watch what you’re saying.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: It is Allah who defends Islam despite you and your pan-Arabism. “Indeed, it is We who sent down the Koran, and indeed, We will be its guardian.”

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: How dare you talk about pan-Arabism.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: I am more Arab than you.

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: You’re an apostate!

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: You are an apostate yourself!

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: Don’t you dare speak ill of pan-Arabism.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: You are the apostate.

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: You are sowing corruption.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: No, you are. You’re leading people astray.

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: You have a hidden agenda.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: You hold a personal grudge.

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: Shame on you. You are talking to a pan-Arabist. I believe in this nation and in its mission.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: Why were you [demonstrating opposite the Iraqi embassy]?

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: I stepped on them with my shoes.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: No, you didn’t. They beat you with 60 shoes.

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: I stepped on them. You are the one who deserves to be beaten with shoes…

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: it is you who deserves to be beaten with shoes. Shame on you, you mercenary.

[…]

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: I don’t want to talk now about President Saddam Hussein…

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: Say: “May Allah have mercy on his soul” because he was a Muslim.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: It is up to Allah to weight people’s good and bad deeds… He will be judged by Allah and by the historians.

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: He was a Muslim.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: May Allah have mercy on everybody’s soul…

Ziyad Al-Najdawi: He was a Muslim.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Balbisi: Who gave the three islands to the Iranian shah?

Ziyad Al-Najdawi picks up a stick and makes as if to hit Al-Balbisi. The moderator tries to separate them, as the shouting continues.

[…]

4 thoughts on “"You don’t understand Islam"”

  1. “Saudi Arabia to begin building world’s tallest skyscraper.”

    Who is going to do all the manual work?

    A fascinating long read for anyone who is interested to read about the
    dark side of glitzy nation.

    Highly recommended.

    The dark side of Dubai

    Dubai was meant to be a Middle-Eastern Shangri-La, a glittering monument to Arab enterprise and western capitalism. But as hard times arrive in the city state that rose from the desert sands, an uglier story is emerging.

    Johann Hari reports

    http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/commentators/johann-hari/the-dark-side-of-dubai-1664368.html?fb_action_ids=10150523847088714&fb_action_types=news.reads&fb_source=other_multiline

    or

    The dark side of Qatar-who gave them World Cup?

    Attiyah said one of Qatar’s basic foreign policy principles was its support for popular aspirations to justice and freedom in the Arab world.

    Show me one place in the so called Arab world where there is justice and freedom.

    http://www.newenglishreview.org/bloga.cfm/blog_id/52187/200000-Qataris-On-Their-Own

    1. ‘Justice’ means sharia. And ‘freedom’ means the freedom to force Islam and the sharia on unbelievers.

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