Defending the anointed one against the irrepressible fact that he is indeed a Muslim, WaPo shill Sally Quinn works herself into a post menopausal frenzy. Â She then drifts into uncharted territory:
“Glenn Beck then went on to claim that submitting to God’s will is not Christian. He said “Submission to his will. That’s Islam.” Beck implies that Christians do not submit to God’s will. Is he out of his mind, or simply unaware that submission to God’s will was spoken by Jesus in the Garden, preached by Paul, and part of hundreds of Christian hymns and millions of Christian prayers? What kind of Christian is Beck?
Don’t we believe in free will? Has inshallah-fatalism hijacked the Christian faith now? Are there Christians who no longer believe in ‘help yourself and G-d will help you?’. I’m puzzled.
On closer examination, it seems Sally Quinn doesn’t know much about anything.
Here she is being lectured by Tariq Ramadan on jihad. (Here’s Part II if you can bear it)
A qualified interviewer would have asked questions, Sally doesn’t. Instead, she appears to be totally befuddled with the man…. She is equally hopeless with ex-Paki ambassador (snake oil salesman) Â Akbar Ahmed, who tells her the usual victim story Â and babbles on about “our obligation to help Muslims ” in their nefarious ways…….
Looks like I’m not the only one convinced that Sally shouldn’t be in the news business:
Akbar Ahmed speaks like a snake slithers, he is the typical sly Islamist, who keeps saying Â things like “nice little country you got here, would be a shame if something happened to it”– but when it comes to the Koran, he can’t help himself:
‘Burn Quran Day’ an outrage to Muslims
“not a single American would be safe in Pakistan.” Akbar explains how his coreligionists were quivering with anger as they asked him to explain why Americans hated Islam.
You wanna read this, from CNN
More nonsense from Akbar Â Ahmed:
“Founding Fathers read and honored the Quran”
Hugh Fitzgerald takes him to the cleaners:
Barack Obama, The New York Times, that Iftar Dinner, and the rewriting of history