May 26, 2017

Australia: Mullah admits Islamic scripture inspired Manchester attack

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

In this clip, two Muslim clerics in Australia disagree about the influence of Islamic teaching and scripture on the near constant terror attacks the world has faced from religious Muslims for the past 1400 years. 

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commented 2017-05-27 17:52:39 -0400
Glenn Craig, I completely disagree with your analysis of scripture. I believe that God is perfectly capable of guiding the pen of the scribes, prophets and disciples, and ensuring that the only books preserved to form the canon of scripture are those inspired by His Holy Spirit. Anything less and you’re limiting the power of God. Of course I can’t prove it anymore than you can prove your position. It’s a matter of faith, and I have no intention of engaging in a theological debate with you, Hebrews describes faith very well. Suffice it to say I believe I have very sound, logical, evidence-based reasons for believing what I believe. However, to borrow a quote from Evelyn Beatrice Hall “I disapprove of what you say but will defend to the death your right to say it”. Actually, I don’t disapprove of what you say… what you say is none of my business. I just disagree with it.
commented 2017-05-26 22:55:08 -0400
Salute that Imam telling us the truth…Honesty is the best policy…Many blessings to brother
commented 2017-05-26 22:08:10 -0400
Glenn Craig, thanks for clarifying your comment for me.
commented 2017-05-26 21:17:09 -0400
@TAMMIE PUTINSKI-ZANDBELT said “Glenn Craig, The Islamic Texts are prescriptive” …my point is that God did not write them, a scribe did….the same is true of all other scriptures.

“the pen is mightier than the sword” …people say that as if it were a good thing, and yet Karl Marx killed more people with his pen than he possibly could have in a hundred lifetimes with a sword.

I consider putting ink on paper to be the most heinous crime humanity has ever committed….and I doubt that God will hold the scribes, “prophets” and pundits who did it blameless for taking his name in vain. And I include the bible in that.
commented 2017-05-26 17:19:44 -0400
I liked what this imam, with the hat, had to say but unfortunately, there are far too many muslims, like the other guy, that disagree and constantly deny the fact that there is much violence in the koran.
commented 2017-05-26 13:47:44 -0400
The journalist is really useless and that’s the problem in our traitor class. They know that Imam was saying the truth about the koran, but they will not take side. We ask the mouchlims to reform their religion but we don’t support the good ones that are speaking the truth. Again, fear of backlash from the bad ones.
commented 2017-05-26 13:15:36 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 33,401 Attacks, 214,973 Killed, 296,164 Injured that we know of
commented 2017-05-26 12:19:08 -0400
Good points Glenn. Both the bible and koran are historic compilations. This is why church leaders should use them as a guideline for their followers and not be used in their verbatim form. I have noticed that the bible will use examples of humanity which, as a modern society, we should have moved away from and haven’t. The same seems to be true of the koran. When you see that for 2,000 years, we still engage in the same stupid behaviour, it makes a person wonder if the human race will ever grow beyond their post caveman days.
commented 2017-05-26 11:27:03 -0400
Glenn Craig, The Islamic Texts are prescriptive, and, there have been violent manisfestations for 14 centuries.
commented 2017-05-26 11:07:00 -0400
@TAMMIE PUTINSKI-ZANDBELT….speaking (well typing actually) as someone who was a christian ministry candidate and who studied the bible canon , apocrypha, deuterocanon, gnostic writings, and historic church writings I have to agree with what the Lebanese imam said….those inflamatory scriptures were there for centuries but we did not see violent manifestations coming from them. And there are equally nasty things in the judeo-christian writings.

What has happened is that the koran and the hadiths have been made available in vernacular languages and also the middle eastern madrasas have encouraged more youth to learn to read them in the original languages. So what you have is a phenomina I call GIMME DAT OLE TIME REALIDJUN

The problem is really the belief that you become a special friend of God and that you are on God’s errand because you read some ink stains on paper that pretend and proport to be “the word of God”…and you loose touch with reality. A sure symptom of this is having the illusion that the yaddy-yaddy-yadda that goes on in your head is you having a conversation with God.

At no time has God ever picked up a pen and applied ink to paper.

Scriptures are collections of historic chronicles, census roles that read like the phone book, song lyrics with no musical notation, laws and ordinances that no longer have jurisdiction, punditry predictions of events, and rants composed by various Jews who were having a bad day.

I would note that jesus never wrote any scripture nor did he have anything good to say about the scribes who did.

The emergence of this rogue youth culture stems from imams who expect horney teenagers who are no longer placed in arranged marriages when they reach puberty to remain confined to their hijabs and their pants and keep their hands out of their pockets until they are …..? It’s sort of like they haven’t thought that through…

The christian church saw a large scale desertion of it’s teens when that dilema came about…but in islam desertion simply is not tollerated.

Just BTW Jehoshua ben Josasaph was the child of an arranged marriage between a girl no older than fourteen and a middle aged man. His life,times,cultural practices, and mores were very similar to those of any present day moslem living in one of the ole time relidjun zones.
commented 2017-05-26 09:34:46 -0400
We are being fooled once again; It’s not that certain mosques or their imams are the problem.
It’s their quran, along with other islamic scriptures which are taught in those mosques, is the root cause of the problem. It’s the people who believe in the ideology of quran/islam are the problem.
Closing one or two mosques & deporting their imams will make absolutely no effect, when there are millions living in our society/countries adhering to the same hateful believes & praying for our destruction five times a day. You deport a few and there are thousands of others to fill in their shoes.
commented 2017-05-26 08:55:34 -0400
The Imam spoke the truth, and the other guest didn’t; too bad the interview wasn’t longer as I am sure the Imam would have quoted any number of violent verses to Jamal (109 verses ) proving his point about Islamic texts.
commented 2017-05-26 08:30:37 -0400

The mosque where Salman Abedi attended should be CLOSED and all the people who attended that mosque should be deported with in 1 week. Their goods and chattels should be sold at auction. The monies collected should go to compensate the victims of this war crime. If any money is left over it should be sent to the deported accomplice’s of this war crime committed by Salman Abedi and the other traitors from this mosque. Do this a few times and the other mosque will drive out these Islamist they will want to report to the police who the traitors are, that includes British citizens. By attending the mosque they are as corrupt as the traitor Salman Abedi