Thursday, February 02, 2006

Call to kill Danish Cartoonist by English Muslims

Islamophobic posted:
At the time of the Messenger Muhammad (saw) there were individuals like these who dishonoured and insulted him upon whom the Islamic judgement was executed. Such people were not tolerated in the past and throughout the history of Islam were dealt with according to the Shariah. Ka’ab ibn Ashraf was assassinated by Muhammad ibn Maslamah for harming the Messenger Muhammad (saw) by his words,

The message ends:

"Where are the Muhammad ibn Maslamah’s of our ummah who will defend the honour of our beloved Messenger

Also it says:

The insulting of the Messenger Muhammad (saw) is something that the Muslims cannot and will not tolerate and the punishment in Islam for the one who does so is death. This is the sunnah of the prophet and the verdict of Islam upon such people, one that any Muslim is able execute.

8 comments:

Charles Martel said...

Slightly OT:
the BNP have been cleared in their UK courtcase.
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Charles Martel said...

i found a nice graphic for you snouck

there's an idea. that graphic uses the danish flag. why not replicate it using other european flags - like the dutch one?

Snouck said...

"This is Europe
not Dar el Islam"

Snouck:

I like the sentiment

Felix said...

Our Prime Minister expressed his concern with the threats by various imams in the muslim world like this: (as quoted in the Volkskrant, saturday the 4th of february) "In OUR world we go to court when somebody goes too far." (emphasis added, my translation)

Yes, silly, it's exactly that sense of superiority westerners show when singing "freedom and democracy" -or in his case "norms & values"- that caused all the trouble in the first place!

Snouck said...

Felix wrote:

"The Dutch prime minister said: In OUR world we go to court when somebody goes too far."

Snouck:
(Singing)
Geen berg aan de horizon
in het land waar ik ben geboren

Alleen ivoren torens

Ruma saya
Di mana
Ruma saya

Felix said...

nicely put.
Thanks, Doe Maar.

nouille said...
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nouille said...

Why has the Anglophone press suppressed the images??

I would like the U.S. to print them. It's already on the Jihadi's list of people and countries to kill and destroy, so it can't get worse.

The Americans are always carping on about "freedom of speech" well, here's the big chance to show how free we all are.