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Mark Steyn: Morsi “out of context”

I see Mohamed Morsi, poster boy for the Arab Spring, has now fallen back on the old defense that these touchy over-sensitive Jews have to learn to distinguish between anti-Semitism and legitimate and thoughtful criticism of Israeli policies. Presidential spokesman Yasser Ali now says that Mr. Morsi’s remarks that Jews are “bloodsuckers” and “descendants of apes and pigs” and that Egyptian children must be “breastfed hatred” for them were “taken out of context.” It was just a thoughtful call for a moratorium on settlements, or an expression of concern about disproportionate response, or a vague feeling that that Netanyahu guy is a bit extreme or something. Whatever.

I wonder what the context for this is:

A mother and her seven children have been jailed for 15 years for converting back to Christianity from Islam in Egypt.

Oh, well. Senators McCain and Graham say give Mo the money anyway.

Don’t forget to book your seat:

Feiz Mohammed: Call for Wilders Beheading "Out of Context"

Wilders beheading comments two years old and out of context: Sheikh Feiz

by Ahmed Kilani
Source: MuslimVillage.com (H/T Rossco)

They say that because they know they can get away with it. Keysar Trad  has been pulling this number off for years:

MuslimVillage.com EXCLUSIVE – Sheikh Feiz Mohammad has released a statement in response to media reports claiming that he was calling for the beheading of the Islamophobic Dutch politician Geert Wilders’ labeling them as ”sensationalist”, “out of context” and based on “limited knowledge”.

In the press release, exclusively obtained by MuslimVillage.com, Sheikh Feiz defended himself by explaining the context behind his recorded comments and dismissed the media reports as serving ”only to further cause division between myself and the community”.

The Sheikh also stated that the recordings were made while he was overseas in 2008 in response to the release of Wilders’ controversial and universally condemned Islamic hate documentary “Fitna’ and not in response to Wilders’ recent appearance on the SBS Dateline program where he labeled Islam as having a “retarded culture”.

In his statement Sheikh Feiz said “these comments were made online to a specific audience whereby I was addressing a religious question regarding treason in Islam and the repercussions under Islamic Shariah law”.

This is what he’s referring to:

The Qur’an says that Allah curses the one who harms the Prophet in this world and He connected harm of Himself to harm of the Prophet. There is no dispute that anyone who curses Allah is killed and that his curse demands that he be categorised as an unbeliever. The judgement of the unbeliever is that he is killed.

“ It must be noted that in the context of this topic, any capital punishment in Islam can only exist when there is a caliphate or a nation run by Islamic Leaders. This was clearly stated in my comments and in the available recording.”

(That’s clearly BS. Every Muselman has to take it upon himself to eliminate the enemies of Allah. Mohammed Bouyeri, who murdered Theo van Gogh and thousands of assassins like him understand their religion correctly.)

”Although capital punishment still exists in modern western societies such as the USA, it is illegal in Australia. We do not have an Islamic caliphate in Australia and my comments are purely based on previous Islamic history and law”.

Sheikh Feiz also called upon the Australian government to condemn Wilders who is planning to visit Australia in the near future as part of a his desire to establish a global Islamophobic Anti-Islam political movement.

He also pledged his admiration for Australia, stating ”Australia and its people are a great nation. The success of multiculturism (sic) in this country is a great example for the world to envy and follow”.

The Sheikh’s release further went on to state that he was against violence of any nature.

“I personally do not condone violence of any sort whether it be physical or in the form of verbal abuse as is the case with Geert Wilders and his violent and divisive opinions”.

As reported by MuslimVillage.com yesterday, leaders of Australia’s Muslim community are deeply concerned about the ramifications and potential social unrest that may arise from a planned visit to Australian by Geert Wilders.

It is understood that once a new government is finally formed, they will seek an urgent meeting with the Federal Attorney General to lobby against granting Wilders entry into Australia.

A full copy of Sheikh Feiz Mohammad’s press release can be read here:

Press Release – The Truth – Sheikh Feiz Mohammad’s comments regarding Geert Wilders – Sept 5 2010.prn

You should read it. its quite revealing!

Zakir Naik Proudly Presents: "Out of Context"

“Community Cohesion Damaged!

Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari:

“It is deeply regrettable this is likely to cause serious damage to community cohesion in our country.”

Thanks to JW

Muslim Council of Britain condemns ban on Islamic hate preacher entering the U.K.

Let’s revisit some sayings of the quotable Zakir Naik:

“People who change their religion should face the death penalty”

“If he [Osama Bin Laden] is terrorising the terrorists, if he is terrorising America the terrorist … I am with him. Every Muslim should be a terrorist.”

And he has said western women make themselves “more susceptible to rape” by wearing “revealing” clothing.

Clearly, this man is a moderate, persecuted by a rabid band of Islamophobes! Er, wait… An update on this story.

“Muslim Council of Britain condemns ban on Dr Zakir Naik entering UK,” by Tristan Kirk for the Harrow Times, June 19:

“Every Muslim Should be a Terrorist”….

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