Genocidal Jew-Hatred from Yussuf al-Qaradawi
Yussuf is the head-honcho of the Muslim Brotherhood with a religious following of at least Â 80 million Koranimals who regularly listen to his Friday kuthbas…..
“Moderate” Qaradawi has friends in Canada….
The Purest Form of Islam in Belgium
People in the West need to understand that there is no such thing as “moderate” Islam and there is also no such thing as “extreme” Islam there is only Islam. If you are a Muslim you cannot be loyal to another form of government i.e. democracy. This video explains it clearly from the horses mouth so to speak.
Dare to compare: Â Israel vs Arab Muslims
Moral equivalency between Pal-Arabs and Israelis? Â Without looking, can youÂ guessÂ which sideÂ laughs and bragsÂ about the number of children they have managed to kill in the Â name of their god while the otherÂ developsÂ a vaccine for cancer? Â (TROP)
Â Curing infidels with the Koran?Â
Top breeders recommend PAL, dentists use Colgate. Â But rich Arabs seek treatment in the best western clinics when they need their hemorrhoids treated.
Forget camel urine,Â zam zam waterÂ and ‘black seed’. All you really need is that same dirty book that wants you dead or forcibly converted:
Â MADINA â€“Â Two scholars specializing in Dawah and Qur’an studiesÂ have agreed that it is permissible to use the Qur’an to cure non-Muslims. However, they differed about whether to recite it in a non-Arabic language.
Dr. Ali Bin Ghazi Al-Twaijri, professor of Qur’an studies at the Islamic University here, said that it was allowed. “It’s permissible for non-Muslims to use the Qur’an as a cure. The reciter of the Qur’an may receive an amount of money for reciting it.”
Al-Twaijri listed the virtues of the Qur’an in curing illnesses and urged Muslims to recite it on daily basis. The majority of scholars agree that it is a Sunnah to use the Qur’an as a source of healing and cure for physical and non-physical diseases.
Al-Twaijri added that it is permissible to recite the Qur’an in a non-Arabic language when using it to cure illnesses.
Sheikh Abdul Mohsin Al-Obeikan, adviser at the Royal Court, told Al-Hayat Arabic daily that Islamic laws allow for the Holy Qur’an to be used in this manner. “The Shariah doesn’t ban a Muslim from reciting the Qur’an to a non-Muslim for the purpose of healing. There are no specific conditions for such recitation. But reading the Qur’an in a non-Arabic language is permissible for interpretation and exegesis purposes only.” â€” SG
What these two dawah doctors are saying is that the Koran should be used for proselytizing, to make the kafirs submit.