Muslim students at Arkansas State University tried to prevent a critic of Islamic sharia law from speaking as part of a campus lecture series.
Nonie Darwish, Egyptian-born author ofÂ Now They Call Me Infidel,Â spoke WednesdayÂ at the university in Jonesboro, Arkansas, but only after the chairman of the student Lecture-Concert Series read a protest statement by the president of the ASU Muslim Student Association (MSA).Â In the decade sinceÂ the 9/11 terror attacks, Darwish has gained international prominence asÂ an outspoken critic of Islamic culture. She is director ofÂ Former Muslims United.
More than 100 Musliim students attended Darwish’s lecture, according toÂ Emily Alexander of the ASUÂ Herald, and walked out en masse midway through, following the example ofÂ MSA president Saddique Abobucker.Â
Telling the truth about Islam makes you a ‘hate monger’, a bully, and causes riots:
In aÂ letter sent toÂ university administratorsÂ Monday, Abobucker and other MSA officers called Darwish a “hate monger,” warned that her lecture would lead to “bullying of Muslim students on campus,” and said that her lecture would be tantamount to “inciting to riot.” The MSA letter “urged the administration and legal department of ASU to stop Darwish from speaking here.”
As Oklahoma has now voted to ban Sharia, and an openly pro-Sharia Imam, Feisal Abdul Rauf, is going ahead with plans to build a triumphal mega-mosque at Ground Zero, Sharia is more in the public consciousness than ever — and so Islamic supremacists such as Reza Aslan are working harder than ever to confuse the American people about what Sharia is, so as to defuse opposition to it. Â (JW)
Aslan, although considered to be a moderate exponent of a modern Islam, is actually a Board member of the National Iranian American Council, a group that isÂ widely regarded as an apologetic vehicle for the Islamic Republic of Iran. He has called on the U.S. Government to negotiate not only withÂ Ahmadinejad but withÂ Hamas — that is, with some of the most barbaric and genocidally-inclined adherents of Sharia. And so it should come as no surprise that on this Australian television show, “Fear of Islam,” fromÂ SBS Insight, November 2, he retails some of the most common talking points that Islamic supremacists are circulating these days in order to deceive people as to the nature of Sharia and belittle resistance to the spread of elements of it in the United States and in Western countries in general. (The transcript is full of errors, some slightly amusing — “idea logs” — but is clear enough.)
Reza Aslan, Â Waterboy & Bacha Bazi for the Beards of Iran……
The program, predictably enough, is focused not on the manifest increase in jihad activity, but on the alleged increase of “anti-Islamic sentiment”:
Anti-Islamic sentiment is on the rise across Europe and the United States. In the Netherlands, Sweden, France, Britain and Germany debate is raging about immigration and the compatibility of Islam with Western values – the latest foiled terror plot originating in Yemen has done nothing to quell people’s fears.
Ex Muslims who tell the truth about Islam are “extremist”, Muslims are all about peace & love and interfaith dialogue, and if we just allow them to build mosques on every street corner along with Islamic indoctrination in our schools everything will be just swell:
So ex-Muslims who live in fear of assassination are ‘extremist?’ Do they fly jets into buildings? Do they blow us up?
Ramadan cites “Loon-Watch’, a smear blog run by a bunch of headbangers. Â He claims Nonie Darwish makes “a living” from bashing Muslims (he himself is on Â the Arab payroll.) The pop-tart from MSNBC plays the ‘fair & balanced’ fool: ” the numbers of supporters have outnumbered the protestors across America” (really? have they?) Â and so on.
There is an article floating all over the Internet, “Joys of Muslim Women,” which discusses the horrific truth about how Islam legally treats women. The article claims to have been written by me, but that is false:Â I am not the author. Let me use this occasion, however, to set a few matters straight:
The silence is deafeningÂ around the world inÂ regards to the inhumanity and brutality of Sharia towards women. MostÂ of theÂ activism against stoning, flogging and abuse of women under Sharia is heard from formerÂ Muslim women, like myself, and a few othersÂ in the WestÂ who dare to expose the truth.
“Da Jooozzz” must be controlling Iran’s prison’s also:
The Islamic Republic of Torture, Rape and Murder
Rape in prison is a cruel invasion of the helpless victim. In addition to its physical torment and transmission of sexual diseases, rape reduces the victim to a subhuman statusâ€”an object for the use of others to be discarded when no longer desired. Most civilized countries sternly guard against rapes and sexual assaults in prison, although with less than complete success. Under the barbaric rule of the Mullahcracy in Iran, sexual assaults have become instruments of policy for extracting false confessions, satisfying the boundless sadisms and sexual perversities of the jailers, punishing the helpless victim and leaving him with the sense of dehumanization. Â Â Amil Imani has more>>
“A human rights organization raising money in Saudi Arabia is like a women’s rights group asking the Taliban for a donation,” Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s spokesman Mark Regev Â said Monday.
“If you can fundraise in Saudi Arabia, why not move on to Somalia, Libya and North Korea?” he said. “For an organization that claims to offer moral direction, it appears that Human Rights Watch has seriously lost its moral compass.” J’Post
Dutch MP Geert Wilders is being prosecuted in Holland for “inciting hatred and discrimination” and for insulting Muslims by comparing Islam to Nazism. But how can Muslims be offended with such a comparison when one of the most prominent 20th century Muslim scholars made a similar comparison?In his bookÂ Islamic Law and Constitution, Sheikh Abul Ala Maududi wrote: “It [Islamic State] seeks to mould every aspect of life and activity…In such a state no one can regard any field of his affairs as personal and private. Considered from this aspect, the Islamic State bears a kind of resemblance to the Fascist and Communist states.”Â Maududi’s characterization of the Muslim State was intended to be negative and was never challenged by any Muslim scholar or institution as inaccurate or unfair.