6.2.06

If this is how you defend your prophet...

If this is how you defend your prophet, that the caricatures were right, and we should all follow Denmark's example and draw and speak and shout our opinions on Islam…
If this is how you defend your prophet then it is true, Islam is a violent religion, and we should all stand by Denmark and encourage more caricatures.

You are wrong! Many will scream, arguing that those who took part in the burning and destruction are only a minority and they do not represent all Muslims.
That is all nice and true, but I have not seen anyone in the streets condemning these atrocities, denouncing the violence, all I have seen is people talking and talking and talking, while building burned and cars were smashed and churches were stoned. I have seen Marsden agreeing with burning embassies because the o so great prophet was caricaturized.

Like many Muslims, he felt insulted and mad. Of course they were insulted by these caricatures. But I haven't seen a condemnation of Mr. Zarqawi videos, where innocent human beings were beheaded. Mr. Zarqawi, who is still considered a true and devout Muslim, because no sheikh, not one, has dared to call him an apostate for his crimes, while the scholar Abi Zaid has been declared apostate because he dared write a book about reforming Islam.

I am disgusted! Educated people, people from all wake of life have suddenly marched in the streets calling for violent actions against Denmark, arguing that an apology is not enough. While thousands of people died in Sudan killed by Muslims and no one cared, while poverty, crime and oppression strangle the region and no one cared.
With all these atrocities, problems and tragedies they only marched to the streets to defend one man's honor. A man, no matter how great and holy he was 1400 years ago, but is still only a man.

Before exploding into a rightful rage and accusing the west of taking part in another episode of the eternal Zionist imperialist conspiracy, just look into your selves and then speak, if you still have the courage…

At last, I can only apologize to all those who were outraged by what happened but were insulted by what I said. But as long as you remain silent and do not oppose those who have hijacked Islam, then they will prosper and multiply, until Islam truly becomes the religion Ben Laden and Al Zarqawi preach about.

Once a Muslim…

7 Comments:

At Monday, February 06, 2006 5:51:00 PM, Blogger Dr Victorino de la Vega said...

It should be clear by now that Lebanese Prime minister Fuad Saniura and majority leader MP Saad Al-Hariri are Wahhabi wolfes in pseudo-modernist clothes: they wear clean-cut ties and suits but, deep inside, they’re just like the Taleban- or even worse for that matter.

Hariri and Saniura were actually both seen several times (on Saudi Arabia’s Channel 1 TV) attending Friday prayer services at Jeddah’s Central Mosque, where the residing Hambali preacher regularly calls for the “extermination of idolatrous Shiite and Christian dogs” or “Tassfiyatt al kilâb al mushrikeen al matâweelah wal-nasârah” in Saudi parlance!

As long as they don’t RENOUNCE PUBLICLY (preferably on Saudi TV) the intolerance and perversions of Wahhabi theocratic fascism, the leaders of Lebanon’s ruling Future party will remain under suspicion in East Beirut and Mount Lebanon.

Opposition leader Gen. Michel Aoun is right to say that the gullible March 14 dupes are shooting on the wrong target: they focus their ire on hapless/impotent figures such as president Lahoud and a weakened Syrian regime on the brink of collapse, which is no threat to Lebanon’s sovereignty anymore…while blindly ignoring the mounting threat posed by the totalitarian Islamist regime of Saudi Arabia and its Harirista “Imam corner”.

Today, the Lebanese public has finally seen the true face of Saad Al-Hariri’s commercialist brand of Wahhabism-Lite based on Riyadh’s violent neo-medieval interpretation of Koranic Law, and backed by corrupt Western leaders such as Dick Cheney and Jacques Chirac…

The burning of the Danish consulate and ensuing invasion (there’s no other word I’m afraid) of East Beirut’s upscale Achrafiyeh district by hordes of rampaging Saudi-sponsored savages was only the “great rehearsal” of things to come, as Lenin used to say of the revolt of 1905.

At least we won’t have the luxury of claiming we were not warned in advance by the sadist disciples of Saudi “thinkers” Nasiruddin Al-Albani, Abdul-Aziz Ibin Baz and other proponents of the final solution for Christians, Shiites and “secular dogs”…

See wiki entry below for more edifying info on Saudi Arabia’s leading “Grand” Mufti
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ibn_Baz

Frightening stuff…

Dr Victor de la Vega
Thomas More Center for Middle-East Studies
http://www.mideastmemo.blogspot.com/

 
At Monday, February 06, 2006 6:09:00 PM, Blogger BOB said...

First I do not believe that Saad Hariri and Fouad Sinioura are wahbbist, they are considered moderate Muslims and praying in a whabbist mosque does not immediately make you one. However, if they are then I think that hope has truly forsaken Lebanon.
They certainly failed to respond properly to what happened and they are at fault but let us not conclude that they were the instigators. And they are allied to several Christian factions (Kornat Chehwan and the Lebanese Forces) and without them they will lose their majority in the parliament.

Second, I disagree with General Aoun views that Syria is no longer affecting or meddling in Lebanon, on the contrary Syrian intelligence and proxies are working extensively in Lebanon and the fact that over 75 Syrian were caught in the demonstration and are accused of instigating the violence against Churches and properties around the embassy of Denmark. So it quite clear that Syria is still part of the problem and one cannot dismiss its influence, meddling and inciting violence and political assassinations in Lebanon.

 
At Monday, February 06, 2006 6:27:00 PM, Blogger Dr Victorino de la Vega said...

"...[Hariri and Saniura] are allied to several Christian factions.."

Re: the (parties formerly known as) Phalange and LF, for all practical purposes, they have become mere subsidiaries of the pro-Saudi Future movement...

Wake up Bob: since when did the master need to be "allied" with his slaves??

 
At Monday, February 06, 2006 7:23:00 PM, Blogger gabrielf said...

wow dr de las vegas who's the slave and who's the master? you are slave to some orange leader who's leading his party to an impasse by drifting them into political-intellectual "transparency", what? transparency? five minutes ago we saw him meeting with a pro-syrian leader!!!

 
At Monday, February 06, 2006 8:13:00 PM, Blogger BOB said...

so Hariri and Sinioura are whabbist, so what is your solution to that?
demonizing people without giving any solution is usless...
But anyways i do not care, i follow neither one, or any other lebanese politicians...

 
At Monday, February 06, 2006 10:19:00 PM, Blogger ghassan said...

Bob,
The solution that you seek is staring you in the face. If you happen to believe that the current Cabinet has failed to deliver on its promises and that HA are not to be trusted in governing then your duty is to bring in fresh and preferably young faces, both male and female.

 
At Tuesday, February 07, 2006 1:29:00 AM, Blogger Bo Derek said...

Well you know, I'm a longtime believer that the best critic is the yard owner. Take America for example - the rest of us can denounce and decry every wrong thing some of them have done, but it falls on deaf ears unless violent Americans can make the change and critique themselves. And so it is with any other group.

At any rate, the cartoons have certainly generated rage, and that rage needs an outlet other then violence. That's why I'm enjoying your blog so much, you all seem very angry - but reasonably so.

 

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