“We won’t debate you until you admit you’re wrong about what we’d be debating,”
ah yes, and Wilders should withdraw the film and apologize.Â Apologize for what? For what Muslims are doing in the name of Islam and how they use the scriptures to justify it?
Amsterdam – Attempts by Dutch legislator Geert Wilders to engage in public debate with Muslims about his controversial film Fitna have so far not been successful, reports said Friday. Dutch media reported that Imam Fawaz Jneid from the As-Sunnah- mosque in The Hague demands that Wilders first remove his film from the internet and apologizes to all Muslims. Only if these conditions are met would Jneid consider a public debate with Wilders, the leader of the Dutch Freedom Party (PVV).
Mahmoud el Shershaby, from the El Tawheed mosque in Amsterdam said he is not interested debating with the Dutch politician, while Ahmed Salam from Tilburg has not responded to Geert Wilders’ invitation to engage in a public debate with him.
Earlier this week a group of imams from the town of Gouda, east of The Hague, openly rejected Wilders’ invitation to engage with him in a public debate.
On Friday May 16, the PVV leader starts his tour of public debates with Muslims in Gouda.
Wilders wants to meet common Muslims and imams to engage in public debates with them about what he sees as the problems of contemporary Islam….
* Prediction: they will scramble like cockroaches…..
Quote of the day:
Muslims are the first victims of Islam. Many times I have observed in my travels in the Orient that fanaticism comes from a small number of dangerous men who maintain the others in the practice of religion by terror. To liberate the Muslim from his religion is the best service one can render him.
– Ernest Renan
* More Dutch News:
Brave Muslim tells Dutch: Forbid Muslims to issue Fatwa’s!
Yesterday evening, Mohammed Marcouch, said in the discussion program Pauw
and Witteman, that in his opinion, the Dutch law should forbid the issuing of
fatwa’s by islamic clergy.
In the mentioned programm, Mr. Marcouch debated with imam Fawaz
Jneid,Â described as a radical, from Soennah Mosque in the
The imamÂ accused Marcouch of teaming up with the Dutch, instead of being a link between the islamic community and the Dutch government, to make practicing the islamicÂ religion in the Netherlands easier.