May 07, 2015

Mosque that wants insulting Islam to be illegal will hold funeral for Muhammad cartoon contest jihadist Nadir Soofi

Rebel Staff
 

The Islamic Society of Greater Kansas City will be holding a funeral for  Nadir Soofi, one of the two gunmen who was killed while attacking a Muhammad Cartoon Contest.

According to PJ Media, the same group launched a petition calling for Barack Obama to make insulting  Islam illegal. This was back in 2012 after the terrorist attack in Benghazi – the attack Obama blamed a video about Muhammad for.

The petition says that,

“We understand the First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution is part of the Bill of Rights and, as such, prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion, abridging the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, etc., but when the allowance of “free” speech incites violence it should be banned.


The film behind the violence that is occurring in part of the Muslim world, “The Innocence of Muslims”, although it may be amateurish, its contents are very disturbing and insulting to the religion and has ignited an already volatile part of the world.  The film is repulsive to the sensibilities of Muslims and offends the religion of Islam in multiple ways; by denigrating the seriousness of Islam, our Prophet and the Muslims in general.  We believe that it would be in everyone’s interest to ban such actions from reoccurring.”

Maybe it's fitting that a Islamic group that opposes  the right to free speech will hold a funeral for someone who died trying to take away that very that very right.

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commented 2015-05-19 18:12:42 -0400
@ Ann Inquirer….actually there were folks who wanted to do that ( I’d bet that was the view of many white folks down there)…Condoleeza Rice (wrote) said black folks were divided over allowing young people to march into the dogs and police lines too…her father, as a high school teacher of many of them, was against them being used instead of adults…also, many of the black men including her father sat on their front porches every night with their firearms waiting for the ‘white’ terrorists who invaded their community…he was a strong believer in the right to bear arms…interesting, eh? (C.R.s autobiography is good reading…she should have been the first woman president of the U.S.)
commented 2015-05-09 11:07:40 -0400
Throw a pig in the grave with this Jihadist extremist just to make sure he doesn’t come back and yes please have more of these events to draw more of them out to be eliminated.
commented 2015-05-08 00:05:21 -0400
Today the media would have blamed MLK for instigating the bombing of the 4th Street Baptist Church and the deaths of the 4 girls because King baited the KKK.
commented 2015-05-07 23:29:17 -0400
Liza – “I don’t understand why Canadians are so torn.”

In my opinion we are torn because some people, mostly left wing politicians and left wing media personalities have declared a war on Harper and the Conservatives, an underhanded devious attack that is far worse that I have even seen before on other government from their opponents. They sow the seed of dissension in Canadians manipulating many to form along political ideological lines. The issues themselves almost seems irrelevant to these people as their main purpose is to sow malcontent against Harper and the Conservative government, which in turn forces a false divide between Conservatives and the left wing.

I noticed it started in 2006 when Harper first took office. It is manifest in accusation after accusation on every topic possible from the opposition and left wing media that never pan out to be true, but are never retracted nor apologized for, which over the years leaves an impression that Harper is doing all these bad things when only a few are wrongs, usually minor missteps. This type of dirty underhanded suble attack has worn on the public psyche to form an underlying latent sense in people that Harper is bad and has to go.

This underlying latent opinion becomes particularly evident with one comment I read from whom I cannot remember who said, and I paraphrase, “People tell me that Harper has to go, but when I ask them to explain why, they cannot give me any specific examples or reasons.
commented 2015-05-07 23:00:22 -0400
You’re right Mike. The more they threaten us the more cartoons we should draw.

I would be red flagging that mosque.

Maurice it is scary to me that the gov. is so castrated. I don’t understand why Canadians are so torn. We are being threatened, told we are going to die, and shown how. Why don’t we believe them when they say they want to kill us. You would think we could unite against this threat. Too much infiltration already, and too much white guilt going on.

‘Its not my coat ,it doesn’t belong to me.’ We are not able/allowed to call a spade a spade anymore.
commented 2015-05-07 22:59:24 -0400
Is it not amazing how every effort of Islam to silence its critics always results in the criticism being spread to an exponentially greater audience.
commented 2015-05-07 21:54:36 -0400
If the Drawing contests can lure these cells that easily, then we should draw more.
commented 2015-05-07 19:54:18 -0400
Rick Plesnik – “Sorry, did I say that out loud?”

Nope. Didn’t hear a thing.
commented 2015-05-07 19:50:58 -0400
> when the allowance of “free” speech incites violence it should be banned
Well, if these cartoons where inciting violence AGAINST muslims, then it would be hate speech. But are there any indications that these cartoons could lead to a pogrom against muslims? So far the violence is perpetrated BY muslims themselves, so it must be something else.
commented 2015-05-07 19:40:31 -0400
I’ll post this again. Because I type and read so slowly, just can’t seem to keep ahead of the disappearing articles. Hopefully it fits here:

Joan, Ron, everything you’ve stated is absolutely true. It’s abundantly clear, however, that Politician, Law Enforcement, the Courts, MSM and the general public don’t take the threat seriously. I think it then behooves us to take whatever action we can to stand against the threat. I’m not sure what we can do, but we have to put our heads together somehow and figure something out, and then face the threat head on, on a broad front. It seems no one else will, at least not publicly. Like Joan says, Bill C-51won’t do much if the police and the courts won’t enforce it. Earlier in another post I sent a list for Ron Zager of the areas that we need to address re: Islamic extremism. As I said, I probably missed some. Please read the list and add to it whatever you think I missed, and also perhaps add any sugestions for actions you and I may take. Here’s the list:

" if we were to “slow down immigration from muslim countries” that would only plug one hole. I think problems are multi-layered. I’ll try to articulate them as best I can, but I’m sure I’ll forget some, but here goes….

1) Immigration policy, as you point out.
2) 2nd and 3rd generation Muslim youth: Often Muslims whose parents came to Canada fleeing genuine oppression and persecution, become apathetic and begin a search for meaning to their lives. As G.K. Chesterton said, “Meaninglessness does not come from being weary of pain. Meaninglessness comes from being weary of pleasure.” Too often they find that meaning in radical Islam.
3) Radical Imams in the mosques, teaching radical jihad to impressionable youth: What they’re saying in the mosques needs to be monitored and documented.
4) Internet radicalization.
5) The comparative birth rate of Muslims to the rest of the population: In one or two more generations, they will have the numbers to impose their ideology through the ballot box.
6) Law enforcement that turns a blind eye to hate speech from Muslims, but pounces on anyone who say anything considered to be “Islamaphobic”.
7) Ditto for the Judicial system.
8) MSM: need I say more?
9) Liberals and NDP who would sell their soul to the Devil to get votes. In the case of Islam, that’s exactly what they’re doing.
10) The apathy of the general public who don’t recognize the threat, not to just their way of life, but to their very lives!

Those are the threats to our freedom as I see them. I’m sure I missed some. They must be challenged and confronted head on, on a broad front. Abraham Lincoln said we must not be deterred from our pursuit of liberty by “fear of dungeons to ourselves”. I fear that to fight the good fight for our freedom, some of us might very well have to submit to “dungeons to ourselves”. I hope it isn’t me, but the fight is worth it."

That’s what I see. Please add to it any threats you see that I may have missed, along with your suggestions on how to confront them. Thanks.
commented 2015-05-07 18:51:32 -0400
So what does that mean for Jeff Dunham?
commented 2015-05-07 18:02:31 -0400
Sounds like a good place to start rounding up Terrorist sympathizers to me. Put them in Containers and ship them back to Saudi Arabia.
commented 2015-05-07 17:51:54 -0400
Just like the socialist/communist/liberal PIGs want – no free speech. And the stupid islamic terrorist pawns are doing all the dirty work.
commented 2015-05-07 17:44:29 -0400
The Islamic Society of Kansas can go to hell. Sorry, did I say that out loud?
commented 2015-05-07 17:21:01 -0400
May he rest in pieces and may God forgive him