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Sheiks, mufti, imams, mullahs etc all full of the same

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Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia), Jun 24, 2010 at 05:01

"If you have a friend that knows Arabic then google ...."

Unfortunately - the ex-muslim friend of mine from that neck of the woods is from iran and speaks farsi. Naturally enough - he thinks the Iranian government and the way society is managed is crazy - and looks forward to its demise.

'...el-sheikh el-Huweni. ..He is an Egyptian sheikh who is really stupid ....'

So I imagine he blends in very well then amongst the rest of the clerics and their followers. Our sheik Hilali hails from Egypt as well. He's such a liar - but his antics are comical too when he is taking a rare break from lying - but I think this lulls the general non-muslim populace into thinking they're all inept buffoons. They are - but some are rat cunning , totally determined and driven by their Islamic agenda into attempting to bring the worldwide caliphate into reality.

There was one particular post recently by a muslim on this site which gives you a great insight into how sinister and dark their aim really is. http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/174008 I saw you comment replied bhack to it as well. It gives a great insight into the sick attitudes the islamist belief system engenders. I found it hard to believe a rational person can think like this - and I am right. - a rational person cannot think like that. The scary part is the way they convince themselves of the sanity of their thinking - and institutionalise it. And rationalise it even further to the point where they cannot think critically about what it is they believe.

He even wrote "The Jews, Christians and Magians are to be asked to enter Islam; if they refuse then they should be asked to pay the jizyah. If they refuse to pay the jizyah then the Muslims must fight them if they are able to do so". Isn't that just amazing - in the 21st century - that someone can think like that - and not some taliban cretin who never went past kindergarten - but someone actually living in the USA. That is nothing less than mental illness. Yet this is fostered at mosques etc all around the world.

'.....and he is very much into reading the gems of the hadith and sit and watch el-Huweni making a fool of himself and the scary thing is he believes this nonsense...'

The scary thing is - his followers believe him. If it wasn't for fantasy prone , power hungry yet uneducated idiots such as this then we wouldn't be in the situation we are. And needless to say the world would be a lot saner and happier place. Far fewer lives devastated through murder , bodily injury , fear and intimidation , loss of friends and family , loss of morale, loss of the abilty to think rationally, and very, very young girls in the middle east would sleep safer in their beds each night.etc etc

Oh the word sheikh? It means Muslim cleric but Pakistanis and other non Arabs realize that the word Mullah is funny and they use the word imam which is a word that the Arabs do not use to describe their clerics.."

So they each have their special little spin on it - Iran has ayatollahs too. I'm not sure what a mufti is - other than a severely deluded person who thinks he has some sort of insight into what Mo would have wanted.

"....What a bunch of hypocrites.."

You're being too kind.

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