by Igor Slamoff
In Not Explaining the Why of Terrorism, published online at consortiumnews.com on May 2, 2012, Ray McGovern claims that the underlying problem … is that many Muslims have watched Washington’s behavior closely for many years and view U.S. declarations about peace, justice, democracy and human rights as infuriating examples of hypocrisy and double talk.”
Allow me to point out that, just as “many Muslims have watched Washington’s behavior closely for many years … and view [it]. ... as infuriating examples of hypocrisy and double talk,” likewise many Germans, and many Australians, and many Venezuelans, and many Americans, and many Russians, and many Japanese have watched Washington’s behavior closely for many years … and view [it]. ... as infuriating examples of hypocrisy and double talk However THEY HAVE NOT TAKEN UP TERRORISM! AND WHY NOT?
Because THEY ARE NOT MOSLEMS!
And what does religion have to do with it? Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that ISLAM WAS FOUNDED BY A MASS MURDERER AND SLAVE TRADER WHO CONSTANTLY ENCOURAGED HIS FOLLOWERS TO MURDER OUTSIDERS!
You mean to say that you haven't noticed all the exhortations to kill in the Koran?
WHAT ARE YOU, STUPID OR WHAT?
The TRUE hypocrisy and double talk consists in whitewashing Islam and pretending it's indistinguishable from Quakerism.
Islam is a religion that has always encouraged violence and terrorism and always will.
The following is from Wikipedia’s article on the noted Egyptian secularist Farag Foda, who was murdered in 1992 by hitmen dispatched by the Islamic Al Azhar University:
Based in Cairo, Farag Foda was noted for his critical articles and sharp satires about Islamic fundamentalism in Egypt. In many newspaper articles, he demonstrated weak points in Islamic ideology.
In 1991–92, he worked with Sheikh Dr. Ahmed Subhy Mansour to establish a new political party in Egypt, Mostakbal ("The Future Party"), dedicated to a secular democratic state, and to defend the Christian Egyptians.
|Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman|
He (Farag Foda) was shot to death in his office on 8 June 1992 by two Islamic fundamentalists from the Al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya group. His son and other bystanders were seriously wounded in the attack.
Before his death, Foda was declared an apostate and foe of Islam. An Al-Azhar University scholar, Mohammed al-Ghazali, a witness before the court, declared it was not wrong to kill a foe of Islam. Al-Ghazali said: "The killing of Farag Foda was in fact the implementation of the punishment against an apostate which the imam (the Islamic leader) has failed to implement (undertake)."
It's suspected that his assassination was executed after a fatwā issued by both a Committee of scholars of al-Azhar and by the religious leaders of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad, notably Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was sentenced to life in prison in the United States in 1996.
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