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And speaking of being befuddled: Exposing Ahmadees and Boko Haram

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 18, 2014 at 17:04

Dr. Pipes

Qasim Rashid who is the spokesman for the cult of al-Ahmadiyya wrote this article for Foxnews.com dated May 8/2014 and the title of the article is:

"What would prophet Muhammad say to Boko Haram"

http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2014/05/08/what-prophet-muhammad-would-say-to-boko-haram/

Then Qasim quotes Q24:34 (sic) (in the Cairo Qur'an it is 24;33 so is he misleading the reader or is he reading a different Qur'an? He never tells us) and here is his quote

"And force not your women into unchaste life"

His translation of the Arabic word البغاء as unchaste life is bogus the word البغاء in the verse means prostitution. Oh the word unchaste in Arabic? it means غير عفيف or نجس but you will never find either word in the verse then he changes his mind and tells us that there is something about prostitution in the verse

Well let us see what it says in Arabic

ولا تكرهوا فتياتكم على البغاء

Or and do not force your girls (read this as SLAVE GIRLS) into prostitution

And here is al-Tabari's exegesis

http://www.quran-for-all.com/t-24-3-33.html

And it is clear that what the verse is talking about is the plural of the word أَمَة or جارية or slave girl

Now back to Qasim he then writes

"Boko Haram's intentions to sell these girls into prostitution"

This is not what we have been told by Boko Haram they wanted to sell these innocent girls as SLAVES for $12 each!

But what Qasim does not tell his readers is that if you read the rest of the verse it says

blah...blah....blah ومن يكرههن فان الله من بعد اكراهن غفور رحيم

Or and those that force them (slave girls into prostitution) then Allah after forcing (them in prostitution) is forgiving and merciful!

This means that Muhammad would be telling Boko Haram that it would be fine with Allah if Boko Haram forces these young girls in prostitution

This means one of two things

1. Qasim Rashid is either not aware of what is really in the Qur'an and in this case he is ignorant

2. Or even worse he was aware that this is what the verse is really saying and he was hoping that we kuffar will not find out

And shame on Foxnews for not checking what the Qur'an really says and exposing this man for what he is a liar or ignorant

Stay tuned for his comment on Q4:20

Now this is for our dear Amin: the Hindu ancestors of al-Ahmadees your likes and his likes were brutalized by the Muslim invaders of India and to this day Ahamdees are brutalized by other Muslims and regarded as non Muslim but they go back for more abuse and why is that our dear Amin? Any guesses? The Stockholm Syndrome?

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