Egypt: “its obligatory to cheat at elections, a beautiful thing,”

Voting in Egypt as ‘Holy War’ to Empower Sharia

As long as they vote for Islam (everything else has already been eliminated),  tools like Jimmy Carter will praise their ‘democracy’,  the Muslim Brotherhood will use this to get more aid (jiziya) from the west because we all know they are ‘largely secular-moderate and non-violent’, and from here on it will be one man, one vote, one time.

Islam is Islam and that’s it.

The Muslim Brotherhood, the Salafis, and Al Azhar—issued a fatwa asserting that it is “impermissible to vote for anyone not intending to apply Islamic Sharia, and it is obligatory to vote for those who do seek to implement it,” adding that the “presidential election is a modern way of directing the state, and therefore it behooves Muslims to use it as a way to enforce Sharia.”

Despite the fact that some in the West portray Islam and democracy as being perfectly compatible, evidence continues to emerge that, for many countries in the Middle East, democracy and elections are various means to one end: the establishment of a decidedly undemocratic form of law—Islamic, or Sharia Law. (Frontpage)

That’s it. The goose is cooked.

Yusuf al-Qaradawi: One of many Muslims who see democracy as a gateway to Sharia.

Indeed, the chips are down:

Muslim Brotherhood candidate leading in Egypt’s election results

The Copts see the writing on the wall:

Egypt’s Copts nervous about possibility of Islamist president

Today is the second day of polling for Egypt’s presidential elections, and Egyptian Copts are especially concerned over the possible results.
The honor of muslims lies in insulting the kafir:
Emancipated U.S. females are amongst the most ignorant in the world and are therefore a constant embarrassment. From Hillary Clinton to the obnoxious dimbulbs from ‘The View’ the coin never drops: they are hopelessly clueless and should never be put in a position where they have to engage in official business involving Muselmaniacs.

According to El Badil, Sheikh Ahmed al-Mahlawi recently gave a sermon in his popular Alexandrian mosque, where he warned the ulema (Islam’s scholars and theologians), from “appearing on TV programs with women who do not wear the hijab.” He pointed out that some make the excuse that, because they see non-veiled women all the time in the streets of Egypt, sitting with one at a TV studio should be fine as well. For Sheikh Mahlawi, however, the ulema have no choice about seeing non-veiled women in the streets, “since that is imposed on them,” but, where they have a say—such as whether to appear on TV with an unveiled woman—they must say no. He then proceeded to brag about how a female official from the U.S. Consulate wanted to meet with him, but he made her wear the hijab first. Finally, he culminated his sermon by warning against “those who do not wish to apply Allah’s Sharia, who love the West, and wish to implement homosexual marriage.”

“The honor of Islam lies in insulting kufr and kafirs.
One who respects the kafirs dishonors the Muslims… The real purpose of levying jiziya on them is to humiliate them to such an extent that they may not be able to dress well and to live in grandeur. They should constantly remain terrified and trembling. It is intended to hold them under contempt and to uphold the honor and might of Islam.–“

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  1. Anna Coren interviewed imam Rauf(woof woof) on the Egyptian elections and women’s rights a day ago and Rauf laid on the taqqiya for the clueless Anna. Rauf said that the Muslim prophet was a feminist and she had no rebuttals to that claim. Here are some Bukhari hadiths on feminism from Muhammad.
     “I have not seen any one moredeficient in intelligence and religion than you.” Vol. 2:541
    “ Bad omen is in the woman, the house and the horse.” Vol. 7:30
    “After me I have not left any affliction more harmful to men than women.” Vol. 7:33
    Here is the link to the CNN video. You’ll have to scroll down a bit.

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