Muslim slaughter fest 'Eid al adha: suddenly, Isaac appears; what happened to Ishmail?

“Abrahamic” Islam?

Thanks to the always watchful Mullah:

The Muslim Student Organization and the Islamic Center of Central Missouri are working together to offer Eid festivities for both Muslim students on campus and Muslims in the Columbia community.

MSO Spokesman Mahir Khan said the latter Eid festival is a commemoration of the Prophet Abraham’s willingness to obey God.

“Muslims celebrate the sacrifice that the prophet Abraham made when he’s commanded by God to sacrifice his own son Isaac and at the very last minute God changed it to a ram,” Khan said. “Muslims celebrate his willingness to obey God in such a situation.”   (The Maneater has more)

Did Mahir Khan really say “commanded by God to sacrifice his own son Isaac” or did he say Ishmael?   According to Islamic traditions, it was Ishmael. Did the writer change it or is Mahir out to deceive in order to make his religion appear “Abrahamic?”

As usual, the Muslims claim the Jews changed the name of Ishmael to Isaac: When Isaac was born, Abraham had two sons. Because of chauvinism, the name of Ishmael was changed to Isaac in all of Genesis 22. But God has preserved the word “only” to show us what it should have been. (Islam 101)

Or here, from another (Islamic) Website:

It is related that a renowned traditionalist of Jewish origin, from the Qurayza tribe, and another Jewish scholar, who converted to Islam, told that Caliph Omar Ibn cAbd al-cAzîz (717-20) that the Jews were well informed that Ismail was the one who was bound, but that they concealed this out of jealousy.

The Jewish Scriptures make it quite plain that it was Isaac. God said to Abraham:

    “Take your son, your only son Isaac, whom you love, and go to the land of Moriah, and offer him there as a burnt offering upon one of the mountains of which I shall tell you. Genesis 22.2

In the same way the Christian Scriptures also positively identify the son whom Abraham was commanded to sacrifice as Isaac.

3 thoughts on “Muslim slaughter fest 'Eid al adha: suddenly, Isaac appears; what happened to Ishmail?”

  1. What a fine religion. Ooooops! It isn’t a religion but a cult of barbarians and hypocrites! I wonder if Mu hammed approved of organ harvesting? Big Mu” approved just about everything else that is inhumane. Remember, don’t burn the Koran because it will offend the Muslims. Don’t say anything derogative about Islam. What a bunch of pathetic bastards!

  2. So typical of the world’s largest parasitical co-opting cult. Their own belief system is so unappealing they need to draw from the Torah to somehow make it seem intriguing.

  3. What do Muslims Really Celebrate on Id al-Fitr?

    The Muslim holiday of Id al-Fitr is one of the two most important holidays on the Islamic calendar. Usually marked on the day after the last day of Ramadan, Id al-Fitr celebrates the end of the holy month of fasting. But it also has another meaning for Muslims that dates to the earliest days of Islam.

    In 622 CE, the Muslim Prophet Muhammad and his small band of followers embarked on the hijjra and left the city of Mecca for Medina to the north. In Medina, the group found acceptance and safe haven. Secure there from their Meccan enemies, these early Muslims set about building up their war chests by raiding Meccan camel caravans that traveled between Damascus and the Levantine coast and the interior of the Peninsula. Those successful expeditions attracted even more followers to Islam and built up Muhammad’s military forces as well as his financial coffers.

    Two years later, in 624 CE, Muhammad felt strong enough to move against his old enemies, the pagan Quraish tribe that dominated Mecca. In the Battle of Badr, a smallish force of about 300 Muslims defeated a much larger Quraish force and brought back loads of booty. This battle was a significant turning point for Islam and is celebrated to this day as the Id al-Fitr.

    Because 21st century Muslims are not always so eager to call attention to their celebration of a military victory over infidels, the real meaning of Id al-Fitr is often submerged beneath the overall celebration of the end of Ramadan.

    The non-Muslim world, every bit as much a target for the forces of jihad today as it was in the 7th century, needs to understand the original meaning of this Islamic holiday so that it will not be fooled by disingenuous attempts to put an acceptable gloss on what is, in fact, the celebration of a Muslim military victory over non-Muslims.

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