Ali al-Qaradaghi Professor in Sharia and comparative fiqh, Secretary-General of the International Union for Muslim Scholars.
“…recalling the fate of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler”- really?
The good professor seems to be confused. Adolph was a great hero to the Muslims, and the mufti of Jerusalem was Hitlers greatest ally. Hitler was not destroyed over “anti-Islam policies”. Today, Hitlers “Mein Kampf” is the absolute number one book in Turkey and many other places in the islamic world, so why does this deranged Islamo-propagandist try to make it sound as if Muslims had anything to do with the Fuhrers demise? We all know that Islam is not a race, although mentally challenged savages insist on conflating it with race because they have no valid arguments otherwise. We cannot stress that often enough…
Head of International Union of Muslim Scholars warns incoming US president of consequences of ‘anti-Muslim’ discourse
World Bulletin / News Desk
If Trump adopts “anti-Muslim” policies, they will “backfıre on him”, al-Qaradaghi asserted, recalling the fate of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.
“Anti-Muslim policies” did not backfıre on Hitler. He was a great admirer of Islam.
Speaking via Twitter only hours before Trump’s inauguration, al-Qaradaghi said Trump not only antagonized Muslims but also aggravated sensitive issues in American society, thereby sowing distrust among Washington’s traditional allies.
Anyone who doesn’t fawn over Islam and goes straight into submission is “antagonizing” Muslims. Muslims have never been “Washington’s traditional allies”, so that is redundant.
“Racist propaganda against so-called ‘Islamic extremism’ may have helped him reach power, but it will only serve to polarize Americans later,” he said.
Islam is not a race and Trump doesn’t engage in “racist propaganda”. Al Qaradaghi is lying.
“Playing on the public’s emotions and reviving racial prejudices will lead to destruction,” al-Qaradaghi added.
Qaradaghi seems to believe that ‘Allah’ will help him in destroying the kafirs. He is mistaken.
Trump will take over the U.S. presidency from predecessor Barack Obama on Friday afternoon after taking the presidential oath of office.
During his election campaign, Trump employed a confrontational discourse — especially vis-à-vis Muslims — that drew criticism both at home and abroad.
Trump is to be commended for stating the obvious, which Hussein Obama systematically perverted by pandering to Mohammedans on an unprecedented scale.