Political Science? Really?
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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 27, 2007 at 12:36
This little gem was part of an article that was written in the NYT op-ed page by Thomas Friedman (Jan 13/2007) and this is a quote from the Pakistani born director Boston University's Center for International Affairs and his name is: Husain Haqqani:
Mr. Haqqani: "The Koran describes the Prophet Muhammad as a prophet of Mercy"
Really? and where does it say in the Qur'an that Abul Qasim was indeed a prophet of mercy? It is more proper to say that Muhammad and his Allah were supposed to keep 1/5 of the loot collected from infidels. I guess may be this is what mercy is all about.
Then he says: "Muslims begin all their acts including worship with the words in the name of god the compassinate the merciful"
It seems that the good professor forgot to also say and Muslims also begin terrorist acts including crashing big planes in big buildings and in the process killing thousands on innocent people by saying: Bism Allah al-Rahman al-Raheem!
Then he says: "The Kroan also says to you your faith and to me mine.
Well it seems that the good professor is not aware that the above was abrogated by: Kill the polytheists and fight those who were given the book (The Jews and Christians) for no reason what so ever.
This is indeed pathetic, more so when it comes from a professor of political science.
But again good Muslims will see his like as a mawla (friend and protected by) of Jews and Christians.
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