Crock & Schlock from the Islamofascist wankfest in Istanbul
“The West should be partnering with Muslims across the globe to manifest societies and governments that embody these ideals rather than suffer from the ignorant fear of Islam that colours the geopolitical landscape today.“
* Guys like Dr. Fai sure have a hide! They really seem to believe that Westerners are as illiterate and ignorant as the ummah. But just for the record, here is the ‘Cairo Declaration of Human Rights’- which gives you no rights other than those under the Sharia, and here is the ‘Universal Declaration of Human Rights‘ which, -correct me if I’m wrong- no Islamic nation signed. But even if some of them did, what would it mean? Treaties with infidels are worthless and can be broken whenever it is advantageous for the spread of Islam.
Oaths and treaties with Muhammedans:
Bukhari:V7B67N427 “The Prophet said, ‘If I take an oath and later find something else better than that, then I do what is better and expiate my oath.’”, Qur’an 9:3 “Allah and His Messenger dissolve obligations.”, Qur’an 66:2 “Allah has already sanctioned for you the dissolution of your vows.”, Bukhari:V4B52N268 “Allah’s Apostle said, ‘War is deceit.’”, Ishaq:519 “Having got Muhammad’s permission, he said, ‘I must tell lies.’ The Apostle said, ‘Tell them.’”, Ishaq:323 “I am the best of plotters. I deceived them with My guile so that I delivered you from them.”, Ishaq:442 “By Muhammad’s order we beguiled them.”
* Back to Dr. Fai:
LONDON, Dec 13 (APP): Islam as a value system upholds the same human rights precepts as contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, said a prominent Kashmiri leader who added that Western world fear of Islam has also found its way into the foreign policy decisions.
“Much of the Western world is currently in a state of fear over Islam. And while the threat is mostly imagined, this fear is not only affecting individual Muslims in the form of increased discrimination, harassment, and persecution, but is also finding its way into foreign policy decisions all over the globe, said Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, Executive Director of the Kashmiri American Council ,while speaking at the International Conference on Islamophobia at Istanbul.
* “while the threat is mostly imagined” is a mouthful, doctor Fai. There is 1400 years of jihad warfare against the rest of the world, and more recently 9/11, Bali, Beslan, London, Glasgow, Moscow, Madrid, endless terrorist attacks by your co-religionists. Stop peddling BS and get real, your ideology is toxic!
More than 1,000 people attended the conference that was organized by The Union of the NGOs of the Islamic World. According to a message received here, Dr. Fai presented a paper on ‘The Islamic Concept of Human Rights vs Universal Declaration of Human Rights.’
Dr. Fai elaborated that Islam means submission to God and does indeed encapsulate the same moral principles as outlined in the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament, both of which served as templates for the modern Western code of law and legal system.
* Crock & schlock. Rubbish.
In fact, he pointed out Muslims should be defending the universal truths as conveyed through all the sacred scriptures, and specifically the three Abrahamic faiths Islam, Judaism & Christianity. Some of these timeless spiritual principles can indeed be seen in the thirty articles of the United Nations, Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The Executive Director reminded the audience that Prophet Muhammad introduced the concept of human rights and international freedoms to Arabia, a place where people were suffering the worst kind of human rights violations known to humanity.
* Strange. Muhammad robbed and killed all Jewish tribes in 7th century Arabia and used their wifes and children as sex-slaves. Doesn’t sound like ‘human rights’ to me…
Under these conditions, he promoted human rights and human dignity not only for his followers, but also for all humankind irrespective of any religious affiliations and cultural background.
* Name one place in all of Islamistan where unbelievers enjoy human rights and dignity, doctor Fai!
Dr. Fai emphasized that Islam, as a growing force in the world, is not a threat in its ideal form and is particularly compatible with Western ideals of freedom and democracy.
“This is not to say that an Islamic society would look like an American representative democracy, but neither do any of the socialist democracies or monarchies found throughout Western Europe and much of the Western world.”
He said the goal of the West should not be to impose a representative democracy on the Islamic world but rather to support the rise of forces which uphold the same tenants of equality, freedom, and justice that the West holds so dear.
* ‘justice’ is not sharia. Our concept differs greatly, doctor Fai.
Dr. Fai reiterated that Islamic ideals teach universal values, all of which naturally extend out of the ethic of reciprocity. However under the spirit of peace and brotherhood, there are no limits to individual freedom as long as it does not lessen others basic rights or create disharmony in society.
* ‘Disharmony in society’-translation: draw a cartoon of Muhammad and the ummah goes apeshit.
Dr. Fai concluded that the Quranic teachings are timeless and universal. The beauty and grace of Gods word can be applied anytime, anywhere and is robust enough to address all social issues that arise.
* Allah and the Koran are anything but ‘God’s word’- doctor Fai. We ain’t buying any, thanks, but no thanks.
What say you?
Islam from the camels mouth:
“Islam is a revolutionary faith that comes to destroy any government made by man. Islam does not look for a nation to be in better condition than another nation. Islam does not care about the land or or who owns the land. The goal of Islam is to rule the entire world and submit all of mankind to the faith of Islam. Any nation or power that gets in the way of that goal, islam will fight and destroy. In order to fulfill that goal , Islam can use every power available every way it can be used to bring worldwide revolution. This is jihad.”Sayyed Abdul A’la Maududi in “Jihad in Islam.”