Hannity and Colmes on the Democrats’ Radical Imam

The convocation for the Democratic National Committee’s winter meeting was delivered today by Shi’ite Imam Husham Al-Husainy, of the Karbalaa Islamic Education Center in Dearborn, Michigan, and it’s amazing what this spiritual leader managed to get away with saying, in front of America’s Democrat leadership: Video: Imam prays to stop ‘oppression and occupation’ at DNC meeting.

In the name of God the most merciful, the most compassionate. We thank you, God, to bless us among your creations. We thank you, God, to make us as a great nation. We thank you God, to send us your messages through our father Abraham and Moses and Jesus and Mohammed. Through you, God, we unite. So guide us to the right path. The path of the people you bless, not the path of the people you doom. Help us God to liberate and fill this earth with justice and peace and love and equality. And help us to stop the war and violence, and oppression and occupation. Ameen.

“Not the path of the people you doom?”

No one in attendance thought this was a bit … odd?

Robert Spencer rips them to shreds:

5 thoughts on “Hannity and Colmes on the Democrats’ Radical Imam”

  1. 1st of Febuary 2007 – a date which will live in infamy. History will not be kind to these Democrat lemmings for allowing the enemy to address them in this way.

    Hey dems, I’ve got news for ya. Islam isn’t a religion, it’s a foreign, ancient, militant political movement that’s out to destroy you. The mo’s are just pretending to be pious and devout and dress religiously to fool you, to disarm you. DO YOU UNDERSTAND THIS SIMPLE CONCEPT??

    Nah didn’t think so. Jeez, lefties. Hopeless.

  2. Ok – so I read what the Imam said and I see nothing radical. He mentions Jesus and Mohammed, and talks about peace.

    The supposed radical quote was “not the path of the people you doom” – talking about the people that God dooms. I hardly see this as radical – more islamaphobe.

    There are radical Imams out there who speak of taking over America by force, who encourage militant training and support violence. These are the people we need to target. We dont need to try to twist someones words into something radical, when there is plenty out there in plain sight.

  3. 3 legit religious figures lumped together with the biggest fraud of humanity
    (Mo, of course). It’s pretty disgusting how this bunch manages to appear legit by stealing key religious figures from real religions. Too bad so many people fall for that trick-Islam is not a religion. It is a philosophy of mind control, violence and global domination with crazy religious doctrines serving as a cover.

  4. “Rich Says:

    February 8th, 2007 at 3:38 pm
    Ok – so I read what the Imam said and I see nothing radical. He mentions Jesus and Mohammed, and talks about peace. ”

    I watched this piece with Mark Steyn.
    Put simply he says that the imam wasn’t being ecumenical. Abraham, Moses and Jesus are considered “muslims” by muslims.
    That is what is wrong with it.

    I do not believe that mo should be in a sentence with them. They are poles apart philosophically, historically and biblically.

    This is going to give all the wrong messages. Steyn actually wants to see more muslims engaged in this way. I don’t think it is a good idea because muslims need to know they live in a country based on Judeo-Christian values.
    If muslims want and need to engage in the wider community to be “more accepted” I would like to see them doing some real charity work towards non-muslims and other similar things that non-muslims do. Rotary clubs, stuff like that. Can’t see it happening.

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