Moderation vs. Alcohol sniffing taxi drivers who follow Egyptian Mullah Hilali
Submitted by American Muslim (United States), Nov 11, 2006 at 16:13
YOUNG MUSLIM, says "If a girl was to walk around naked".
Son! These statements about see-through shirts and naked women are pretty much on the same lines as "uncovered meat" comments from Egyptian Mullah Taj el-Din al-Hilali. It is strange to see this Mullah who enjoys all the things Western and yet carries so much hate against humanity. And remember that he has been "suspended" for only six months.
Too bad Australian Muslims didn't have guts to ex-communicate this Mullah. It is time for Muslims to clean their own house from the nut-cases like Mullah Hilali.
Should we the American Muslims clean our house to "please the White Man"?
Should we the American Muslims clean our house to "win popularity context in the local high school" as you so "aptly" put it?
The answer to both of these is a "resounding no!". Why? We the American Muslims need to clean our house and remove Mullahs like Hilali to save ourselves and our future generations. We can make our future generations successful in this life and the life hereafter by training them to be good human beings, scientists, teachers, and astronauts. Or we can let Mullah Hilalis to drag our children to hell by turning them into suicide bombers. The choice is ours!
So I urge you to go and read a bit more about Islam by yourself. Please avoid following the blind Mullahs like Hilali. The last thing we need is to hear from our youth that "there is no moderation in Islam".
FYI! Islam is much more than childish Mullah's talk about naked women, alcohol, and men kissing men. Thank you.
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