The Koranimals keep getting our videos removed. Here’s another one for now, will upload the other one later:
A message from David Wood:
David Wood ofÂ Answering MuslimsÂ watchedÂ “1001 Inventions and the Library of Secrets”Â after readingPamela Geller’s article on the museum exhibit the other day at PJ Media,Â “1001 Pieces of Islamist Propaganda: Fabricated Exhibit Comes to D.C.”Â He has studied three of the five Muslim scientists the video mentioned, and almost everything Kingsley said is total nonsense. He posted a brief overview on Science and Islam as a response and said, “National Geographic should be ashamed of themselves for not checking the facts in the video.”
friendsfoes at 1001 Inventions filed a FALSE copyright infringement notification with YouTube, claiming that I simply reuploaded their video to YouTube. Copyright law protects my right to post short clips of copyrighted material for purposes of education and criticism, so 1001 Inventions was forced to file a FALSE complaint. Sadly, I had to give an Islamic supremacist group my home address as part of the counter-claim. I’m sure YouTube will restore my video as soon as they look at it, but that can take up to ten days.
I didn’t know it was possible to make so many mistakes in a 13-minute film, but when integrity has gone out the window, anything is possible.
“1001 Inventions and the Library of Secrets” is so horrendously deceptive, it will take a few videos to scratch the surface. In this first response, I discuss Islam’s contribution to science.