The Religion of Peace: Enraged, as usual



Activists Lunatics from the Islamic parties chant slogans against British author Salman Rushdie during a protest in Lahore June 25, 2007. A group of hardline Pakistani Muslim clerics has bestowed a religious title on Osama bin Laden in response to a British knighthood for the Rushdie, whose novel “The Satanic Verses” outraged many Muslims around the world. The placards top line says, “Curse Salman Rushdie,” and the bottom line, “Duty to kill.”


You rarely get them dumber than that:

Here’s a Muslim “scholar,” Dr. Zakir Naik, explaining why Muslims must build mosques in non-Muslim countries while prohibiting churches and temples in Islamic states—because they know the “truth” and infidels do not.

6 thoughts on “The Religion of Peace: Enraged, as usual”

  1. This is the sort of “moderate Muslim” that our Government allows
    into our country for Da’wah (Propagation of Islam). “Harmony” and “celebration of diversity” and “alliance of civilizations” are one-way concepts where Islam is concerned.

    The blind lead the blind, however, and Zakir Naik and his deluded co-religionists are headed for the ditch of their own digging, with
    the West’s “leaders” marching behind them:





    Islamic Da’wah (Propagation of Islam)
    1. President, Islamic Research Foundation, Mumbai
    2. Chairman, I.R.F. Educational Trust, Mumbai
    3. President, Islamic Dimensions, Mumbai



    U.S.A., Canada, Britain, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, U.A.E., South Africa, Botswana, Singapore, Guyana, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Thailand and Other Countries

  2. [Here’s a Muslim “scholar,” Dr. Zakir Naik, explaining why Muslims must build mosques in non-Muslim countries …]

    And here he is explaining that “Every Muslim Should be a Terrorist (Zakir Naik)” also on you tube…

  3. They are always in a rage as it seems to me they have no concept of “gainful employment”. If they had something to do and something to protect and love they may change their minds.

    You can’t have much of an education when all your info comes from the local mosque.

  4. Nah, we’ve all got it wrong. It’s the crowd at a footie match, and their team has just scored.



  5. I’ve had a search around the internet and, interestingly, can’t find much reference to this in British newspapers. I heard some reports about it at the time but our media here have blindfolds on, pretty much, with regard to this kind of behaviour. I don’t think the British government helps – in fact the ‘new’ government, under Brown, seems determined to ignore it in the hope it’ll all go away. I reckon that’s partly because Brown’s lot want to keep the muslim vote sweet in the inner cities, where the Labour vote is strongest. And Brown wants an election victory he can call his own, now that they’ve got rid of the best leader they’ve had in decades, who appealed ACROSS the political spectrum and not just to the factioned few.

    The fact that Blair was not afraid to voice his concerns over the growing problem in some mosques, (and perhaps in some prisons, according to today’s news), is one of the reasons, imho, he is no longer our PM.

    Thumbing his nose at the lot of them by giving Rushdie a knighthood was the least he could do before his party sent him off into the sunset. Now Brown is touching his forelock to them.

    These people, who incite violence and hatred need to be deported – the sooner the better, so that decent law-abiding muslims and the rest of us can get on with our own way of life. If they and their families want to live here in the west, they must accept OUR culture. No Sharia law, no threatening our monarch, politicians, or people.

    My blog is anachronistic in title, I know, but there is now so much on there I’m loathe to just shut it down. Go there if you’re interested in what REALLY went on behind the scenes of Blair’s departure, and to see some of his speeches, videos and audio.

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