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In memory of the victims of the 9/11 atrocity may they rest in peace. Abdul al-Rauf the hypocrite and Bible burning in Malaysia part deux

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 11, 2010 at 07:02

In a recent review by Andrew McCarthy in the NRO he points out the fact that Christians in Malaysia used the word Allah as an ecumenical gesture and the result of which is that Abdul Rauf wrote that the reason that Christains used the word Allah was to "manipulate the word (of Allah) to win converts"

So much for his bogus interfaith dialog

The end results were: The Bible was burnt in Malaysia and Churches were fire bombed and now no non Islamic proselytism is prohibited! And where was this hypocrite when this was happening? More likely than not planning his little dawa from the rubble of the world trade center and these are really his words

Oh there is more: Abdul Rauf wrote: "yes it is true that Allah is the Arabic word for god"

So far so good then he wrote

"my message to the Christian community in Malaysia is that using the word Allah to mean the Christian god may be theologically and legally correct but in the case of malaysia it is socially provocative"

Muslims are really good at issuing threats when things do not go their way

Oh let me paraphrase this: His message in the case of his victory mosque and the site of his islamic dawa (there are his words) that the protests against it may be legally correct but in the case of the so called muslim world it is socially provocative

Ya Shiekh Abdul Rauf al-ikhwani al-munafiq al-kabeer (the hypocrite) what is provocative is building such mosque at such site but again he is a hypocrite

Oh so who is really responsible for the Bible burning in Malaysia? I will leave this to the imagination of the reader


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