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The Vast Islamic Conspiracy

December 12, 2007

Widely known as …I S L A M O P H O B I A
Manipulative Islamic public relations via the removal of “free speech” is what we are up against. They are not only attempting to stifle free speech. But the TRUTH as well! That is their biggest fear. That the world learns the truth. Turning the truth into discrimination and human rights violations is their weapon.

Islamophobia Legislation: Who’ll protect us from the protected? @ American Thinker

Marc Sheppard
The International Islamophobia Conference of Muslim “thinkers and scientists,” meeting in Istanbul to fight misperceptions about and injustices against their benevolent “religion of peace,” ended Sunday. Declaring Islamophobia a “crime, just like anti-semitism,” their closing statement called for immediate national and international legislation to protect its victims.

The National Institute of Mental Health defines a phobia as: [my emphasis]

“an intense irrational fear of something that poses little or no actual danger.”

Perhaps the Conference’s first order of business should have been to agree upon a better word beneath which to cloak the horror its barbaric fringe invokes.

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ISLAMOPHOBIA
What did the meeting of Muslims and apologists minds have to say about Islamophobia? Plenty.

They offer several abstracts of lectures given by various participants. I weeded through them and dug up some gems.
First of all I learned that Islam is the oldest and most perfected religion. Wow! Who knew?
Certainly not I. Certainly not most of the worlds inhabitants. What an astounding revelation!

ahmad_azam.jpgAHMAD AZAM ABDURRAHMAN / MALEZYA
Küresel Bar?? Misyonu
Abstract of the lecture – word doc.
The earliest religion and code of human existence is Islam, albeit it was the last to be revealed to mankind upon perfection through the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). The forerunners of Islam, Judaism and Christianity, neither made great impact nor meet the Almighty God’s expectations.

But being a perfected religion, Islam earned the envy of the other two forerunners that felt threatened of losing their flocks. Islam spread like wild fire even without the aid of the sword, especially amongst pagans and animists. As the dominance of the older religions was threatened, some untoward repercussions led to wars of attrition which mostly ended in favor of Islam. These could have triggered the phenomenon of what today is known as “Islamophobia.”

Secondly I learned Islam consists of every admirable quality known to man. And a well balanced government system to boot. How sublime.
I’m impressed so far. How about you?

ahmed_m_al-sharkawe.jpgAHMED MUHAMMED AL SHARKAWE / SUUD? ARAB?STAN KRALLI?I
Al Azhar & Qassim Üniversiteleri, Islam Ilimleri, Ö?retim Görevlisi

Abstract of the lecture – word doc.
Islam is a comprehensive system, complete legislation, justice rule, and realist course care about human nature, and implementing balance between interests of individual, family and society, the religion of justice, purity, dignity, straight and piety, a religion declare about its self during its trust call, sincere doctrine, honorable law, kind morals, kind etiquettes and its pure resource: the book of Allah and the Sunna of his prophet (peace be upon him ).

Enough hearts and flowers. How do they really feel?

Lo and behold this great Muslim thinker resides in the US.
Dr Iqbal Unus: Director of The Fairfax Institute (TFI), the instructional division of International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), located near Washington, D.C., U.S.A.,

iqbal_unus.jpgIQBAL UNUS, Dr. / ABD
Bakan, Fairfax Enstitüsü, IIIT

Abstract of the lecture – word doc.
Since Islamophobia is the irrational and unreasonable fear of Islam, Muslim scholars need to connect with people who engage in anti-Islamic rhetoric out of ignorance. Islamophobia is also a consequence of deliberate effort by those who, while ostensibly promoting and defending values of freedom, tolerance and democracy, insist that they alone can and will define the debate. The obligations of Muslim scholars begin with understanding the true nature of Islamophobia. Muslim scholars will be well advised to seek active involvement in various theatres of academic discourse in the West, as well as identify Christian and other groups to build inter-faith alliance with.
Today’s pervasive medium is the Internet. Therefore, Islamophobic statements on websites, blogs and such, must be responded to with credible scholarship, in the process exposing the Islamophobes as to who they are and what their objectives are. Long-term strategic attempts to reduce Islamophobia must focus on education. Education should address racist attitudes and behavior from an early age and focus on elimination of racism and racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance. In addition, Western academic institutions must reevaluate their curriculum on all levels and purge material that may encourage or promote violence or hatred towards others through Islamophobia and xenophobia.

So what are you trying to say Iqbal? That Islam should dictate Western academic curriculum?
Mighty kind of you to offer us lowly infidels a hand. Or rather insist on what content should and should not be allowed. Sod off!

Lastly I give you highly charged “Christianophobic” statements.
This is enlightening material. Especially considering it was spoken at the “International Islamophobia Conference” I bet it brought down the house.

yusuf_suicmez.jpgYUSUF SU?ÇMEZ, Dr. / KKTC
Yak?n Do?u Üniversitesi, Türk Edebiyat?

Abstract of the lecture – word doc.
One of the most common charges against Christianity is that it stimulates believers to kill and torture in the name of their creed—either in order to spread Christianity to others or to keep coreligionists in line when they show signs of straying from the faith. Christians have been so sure that they and they alone possessed the truth, and so determined to “save” the rest of humanity, willing or not, that they have waded joyfully through pools of blood in their effort to proselytize. This violence commenced against pagans in the Roman Empire and achieved its greatest excess in such sanguinary exercises as the Crusades. Christianity is, in short, an inherently militant religion—a religion of war.

It’s been said that those who insist on living in the past suffer from mental illness.
But since Yusuf has broached the subject. I’ll fight fire with fire, in a time lined blast from the past.
Though I’d love to hear his thoughts on the bloody genocide in Darfur… Present tense!

Hugh Fitzgerald has a great piece up on the conference over at Jihad Watch. His thorough knowledge of the players add much needed context.
Fitzgerald: The International Islamophobia Conference

Countering Islamophobia @ Gates of Vienna

Presumably Prof. Ihsanoglu means that the other countries of the West should emulate the EU in their approach to the principle formerly known as “freedom of speech”. The EU, as you may recall, has put together the framework decision on combating racism and xenophobia, which lines up nicely with what the OIC is calling for:
– – – – – – – – –

Racism and xenophobia will mean belief in race colour, descent, religion or belief, national or ethnic origin as a factor determining aversion to individuals.

Certain forms of conduct outlined below committed for a racist or xenophobic purpose will be punishable as criminal offenses:

# public incitement to violence or hatred;
# public insults or threats;
# public condoning of genocide or crimes against humanity as defined in the Statute of the International Criminal Court;
# public dissemination or distribution of tracts, pictures or other material containing expressions of racism and xenophobia;
# directing of a racist or xenophobic group (by “group” is meant a structured organisation consisting of at least two persons established for a specific period). [emphasis added]

Outlandish! Should free western society be forced to swallow such rubbish?
ALL THE MORE REASON WE SHOULD CONTINUE TO SPEAK UP AND EDUCATE BEFORE IT IS A CRIME TO DO SO!

Choice excerpts taken from amongst many.
Statement of Secretary General at The International Conference On Islamophobia, Istanbul, Turkey December 8 – 9, 2007

It is extremely rare for a day to pass without seeing or hearing some news headline selectively focusing on violence involving Muslims, be it in Iraq, Palestine or Afghanistan or elsewhere. The frequent projection of such events is of nature to further reinforce the stereotypical representations that has already sunk in the collective consciousness of the wider European mindset.

Blink!

Thousands of Deadly Islamic Terror Attacks Since 9/11

In all actuality. It would be extremely rare for a day to pass where a horrific act of terrorism had not been unleashed against mankind (see above graphic). Terrorizing both Muslims and non-muslims alike! I am quite sure that “islamophobes” would rather these acts not occur. But until they cease, the need to bring them out in the open is of utmost importance. Wearing blinders & apologizing up one side and down another to appease tender Muslim sensibilities will not make violent radical Islam disappear! If anything it encourages radical Islam. For they then see the west as weak. STOP shooting the messengers!

Those countries are duty bound to educate their people of the values of tolerance and diversity as well as the true teachings of Islam. They should also be taught that base provocations and vile despises are not the civilized means of debate, and that there is no rationalization for all these excessiveness and presumptions.

I beg to differ! Western countries are NOT duty bound to educate their people as to the true teachings of Islam. Such disgusting nauseating arrogance is to much to stomach. I think I am going to become ill.

Tolerance? Diversity? One participant a Dr. Mojtaba AMmri Vahid is Iranian. I would gladly move mountains to hear him speak out against the intolerance and lack of diversity in Iran.

Update:

‘The Muslim Libel Cases’: Nothing Less Than ‘Legal Jihad’
As Anti-Jihadist points out, “the Muslim jihad against the west and their other enemies is not just with bombs or babies, It’s also about taking full advantage of Western laws and courts and using those to silence anyone who questions Islam or is against Sharia.

Emphasis mine

In closing…
Smooth Stone:

We must face facts. We are told that there is a difference between extremist Islam and peaceloving normal Islam. Judging by their behavior, Muslims are anti-West, anti-Democracy, anti-Christian, anti-Jewish, anti-Buddhist, and anti-Hindu. Muslims are involved in 25 of some 30 conflicts going on in the world: in Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Bosnia, Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Cyprus, East Timor, India, Indonesia (2 provinces), Kashmir, Kazakastan, Kosovo, Kurdistan, Macedonia, the Middle East, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Sudan, Russia-Chechnya, Tajikistan, Thailand, Uganda and Uzbekistan. Doesn’t this mean that extremist Islam is the norm and normal Islam is extremely rare?

Wear it with pride @ Smooth Stone

Becoming Islamophobic is the graduation certificate you get upon moving from delusion and ignorance, to full-awareness. When you have arrived, wear it with pride.

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22 responses so far ↓

  • 1 courtneyme109 // Dec 13, 2007 at 12:00 am

    What a great post! Good luck to these cats – perhaps if they reformed enough to outlaw and punish gender apartheid and honor killings they might have a chance.
    I do sympathize with them though – I tried to defend my cat once after she went next door and killed all the neighbors birds. I had nothing either.

    Thank you for sharing this – your take is correct – with free speech in the mix – this He man women hating mohammedist is horribly vulnerable to free choice, fun and tolerance.
    Seriously – if Gwen Stefani can cause marginalization to Mohammedism in Malaysia then mabye thats a clue to free helpless sisters in such loveless clutches.

    Californication of the ME – Greenday concerts in Gaza, Strip clubs in Cairo, Casino’s in Sudan and Baptist Bookstores in Jeddah.

    Sorry to ramble – you’ve inspired me – again! Thanks.
    CoUrTnEy

  • 2 akhter // Dec 13, 2007 at 2:18 am

    term muhammadism is only your creation muslims do not worship or pray to mohammad,any one doing this becomes a non beleiver just like you,you are again wrong about current 30 conflicts which you put the blame on muslims, any one with sense very well knows who realy is responsible for all the conflicts in the world,Amercians, their bastered child isreal,and finally their granddad,who has their middle finger up in where ever there is conflict, now go one by one of the list to see who realy is responsiable

  • 3 Scholar // Dec 13, 2007 at 3:47 am

    when you say i will not submit, why you think your submitting to Muslims ? or the prophet ? if you have any knowledge of Islam you would know that when a person submits he/she submits to god first .
    if you don’t believe in god then its a different story, but either way you see how many dead because of Muslims terrorist, but you don’t have the guts to say how many Iraqis lost their lives because of American/British terrorism and believe me its way more then 10′000 . Thats what you call peace ? even when you look at it that way Islam still proves to be better

  • 4 Scholar // Dec 13, 2007 at 3:52 am
  • 5 Khawatein Voice // Dec 13, 2007 at 8:48 am

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  • 6 Geoff Taylor // Dec 13, 2007 at 12:55 pm

    I sure would like to see a lot more people talking TO muslims instead of ABOUT them. There are Islamic terrorists, and there are Muslims who speak out against terror.

    I interviewed the Imam at my local Mosque, and asked him about terrorism, women’s rights in Islam, the lack of outcry against terrorists from Muslims, and that conversation is recorded here: http://www.caucusrace.org/2007/12/test_11.html

    Obviously, terrorism is a problem, and there are a lot of Muslim terrorists in the world. But the problem is not Islam. Terrorism is the problem.

    I’m not so naive as to think that we can all put our differences aside and be friends. Differences in cultural values, many of which you talked about, are not always reconcilable. But we get further by dialogue and understanding than we will by drawing our own conclusions based on how we see the world.

  • 7 Velvet Hammer // Dec 13, 2007 at 10:27 pm

    The topic is the “INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ISLAMOPHOBIA”

    akhter
    Dude you poor spelling is driving my spell checker mad. Get Firefox. lol

    term muhammadism is only your creation

    I never used that term.

    muslims do not worship or pray to mohammad,any one doing this becomes a non beleiver just like you,

    Never said they did. You are correct on my being a non-believer though. I do not believe in muhammad, allah or islam.

    you are again wrong about current 30 conflicts which you put the blame on muslims, any one with sense very well knows who realy is responsible for all the conflicts in the world,Amercians, their bastered child isreal,and finally their granddad,who has their middle finger up in where ever there is conflict, now go one by one of the list to see who realy is responsiable

    Nice try.

    Scholar

    when you say i will not submit, why you think your submitting to Muslims ? or the prophet ?

    I do not think I am submitting to muslims. Or the prophet. That is the point. Throw in Islam and allah too.

    if you have any knowledge of Islam you would know that when a person submits he/she submits to god first .

    I do not believe in (Islam’s) god allah. Got it? For he does not exist. You all can submit to your false god all you want. It is of no matter to me.

    if you don’t believe in god then its a different story,

    I do believe in God. The true God.

    but either way you see how many dead because of Muslims terrorist,

    Hard facts that are extremely hard to ignore.

    but you don’t have the guts to say how many Iraqis lost their lives because of American/British terrorism and believe me its way more then 10,000 .

    That is a lie. Those numbers come from all deaths in Iraq. There is much Muslim on Muslim murders in Iraq. Good god they kill each other (including civilians) Terror related murders are above the 10.000 mark and counting. (Across the globe) Then if you look towards the genocide in Darfur well, the numbers are astronomical.

    Thats what you call peace ? even when you look at it that way Islam still proves to be better

    Dream on.

    Watch the latest videos on YouTube? lol Huh?
    Here is a YouTube video for you. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HR9LVf_KMO0

    Khawatein Voice
    Thank you for visiting.

    Geoff

    I sure would like to see a lot more people talking TO muslims instead of ABOUT them. There are Islamic terrorists, and there are Muslims who speak out against terror.

    The participants at the conference were talking ABOUT us! Talk TO them? I have. FYI.

    I interviewed the Imam at my local Mosque, and asked him about terrorism, women’s rights in Islam, the lack of outcry against terrorists from Muslims, and that conversation is recorded here: http://www.caucusrace.org/2007/12/test_11.html

    Good for you. Good to hear. A voice in the wilderness. He is not a major player though is he. A small fish in a big pond.

    The thoughts expressed at the conference is Islam rules and no one has a right to speak out against Islam. If you want to become a future dhimmi then carry on with your pie in the sky attitude. Their ways are being infused into the west on a steady basis. If you do not see that then you are blind. I’ll be damned if I will be told I have no right to speak my mind when it is glaringly clear they do so their selves!!!! For instance, the bloody Christian statements above. I am not saying they should not be able to say such things. But I reserve the right to speak freely too!!! In some country’s where Islamic law is in place. Speaking against Islam is blasphemy. That is their goal to have it be that way in the west as well. It is not rocket science.

    The suggestion (that is putting it lightly) by Dr Iqbal Unus that western textbooks should be purged of all they are offended by is utter madness. Their expectations for preferential treatment is not their right. They are no more special than any other. One could see that their consensus is the beginning stages of sharia law. Soft jihad. Get up off of your knees and see the light.

    Obviously, terrorism is a problem, and there are a lot of Muslim terrorists in the world. But the problem is not Islam. Terrorism is the problem.

    Wrong! Islam and terrorism go together like peanut butter and jelly. Stop burying your head in the sand. There are Muslims that are not terrorists. But all terrorists are Muslims.

    I’m not so naive as to think that we can all put our differences aside and be friends. Differences in cultural values, many of which you talked about, are not always reconcilable.

    The differences in cultural values are Not reconcilable in the west. If they wish to reside in the west they need to assimilate. NOT demand their religious/cultural ways become the norm. They want to take away freedom of speech. Do you not understand??? Halal meat in public schools. Foot baths in airports. Refusing to touch meat as a cashier. Crying when pork is in the nearby vicinity. Even as fumes from a packing plant! I do not see any other religion (the reference to religion here is debatable). Separate bathing hours at public pools. Muslim cabbies refusing to pick up fares who have alcohol and or dogs with them. Wanting to wear a full veil in a drivers license photo? What the hell about identification did the twit not understand! The list goes on and on and on and on… Their way of life. Our country! Not compatible. If they wish to keep their ways to the extent they are pushing. Then I suggest they live in the middle east.

    But we get further by dialogue and understanding than we will by drawing our own conclusions based on how we see the world.

    Pfft! Dialog spoken like a true bleeding heart wussy liberal. Go ahead talk you your moderately acting Iman and paint a rosy picture. I have spoken to radical Muslims and there is no dialog that would work. Their brain washed minds are made up. Besides it is not just the jihadis we need to be wary of it is some who could be thought of as moderate that are the sneaky ones. Look up “creeping sharia”

    I wish I could of put more thought into my thoughts. But I am pressed for time.

  • 8 Geoff Taylor // Dec 13, 2007 at 11:09 pm

    Dear Miss ;) -VH Hammer,

    I’ m sorry if I gave you the impression of any expectation at all that you would not be permitted to speak your mind. Honestly, if more people would say what they actually think, we would all have a much better idea where we stand, both as individuals and as a society.

    Nor do I agree with most of the passages you quoted from the conference in Istanbul, and I most certainly do not think that Muslims, or anybody else as a group, should get special treatment based on their beliefs.

    I am glad you see my point about cultural differences often being irreconcilable. That is certainly something that too many people doing the diversity thing get wrong.

    Not all terrorists are Muslim, though. The ETA in Spain, the IRA in Ireland, and Aum Shinrikyo in Japan are all examples of terrorists who are not Muslim.

    I am impressed that you have spoken to radical Muslims. You are right that dialogue with just about any kind of radical is unlikely to be productive. Speak to some moderates. They are more numerous than you think, and are much more open to productive dialogue. And they are good allies against Islamic terrorism.

    Geoff

  • 9 Flanders Fields // Dec 14, 2007 at 4:27 am

    Geoff may be impressed with “the good allies against Islamic terrorism”, but I think he is more impressed with having himself viewed as one of the enlightened “peace is possible because I want it to be possible” crowd. These are gullible nitwits.

    There is no such thing as moderate Islamics. Those who subscribe to this cult from which there is no resignation support it’s goals. There may be Islamics who are good people for now, but will they be when the Islamic power becomes more pronounced? Even those who seem good right now understand that when the time comes for Islam to become militant in their goals, that they will be required to support the Islamic quest for conquest, death and slavery. If they do not, they face the same or a worse fate than the ordinary non-Islamic.

    For more information on this topic, I suggest: http://www.newmediajournal.us/guest/m_sobieskey/09252007.htm

  • 10 Velvet Hammer // Dec 14, 2007 at 11:22 am

    Thanks FF! So good to see you are back into the swing of things. You have some great stuff up over at your place!

    Here is another link from The New Media Journal
    The Islamophobia Phobia of Islamoleftists

    The Daily Kos, a far left web site that features some of the most absurd and outrageous tinfoil hat diatribes to be found, has decided to jump on board the “stop Islamophobia” bandwagon with a series of articles written by Amad at MuslimMatters.org (one guess who inspired their web site).

    Islamophobia myth
    If there is a backlash against British Muslims, where is the evidence for it? Scaremongering about Islamophobia promotes a Muslim victim culture and allows some community leaders to inflame a sense of injury while suppressing internal debate. The new religious hatred law will make matters worse.

    International Islamophobia Conference – Press release
    A GIGANTIC PROJECT BY UNIW – word doc.

    The Union of NGOS of the Islamic World (UNIW) is organizing “The International Conference on Islamophobia” in Grand Cevahir Conference Center, Istanbul in December 8-9, 2007. The conference will last two days. In the conference, reasons and solutions of Islamophobia which is shown as the source of increasing anti-islamic policy, publication and activities aiming Muslims especially right after 9/11 and accepted as a kind of discrimination will be discussed…

    The Secretary General of UNIW Necmi Sad?ko?lu stated that they had been working on this project for a year and also he explained their purpose for organizing this conference on Islamophobia as following: to discuss the concept of Islamophobia with its all aspects and by finding a way out of this problem to contribute to world peace, to gather the experts of the subject from both the academic circles and civil society, to scrutinize the subject politically, socially and financially, to examine the reasons and results, perpetrator and victims and solutions of Islamophobia, to set up a Monitoring Centre which will inspect the Islamophobic events and offer reviews and solution suggestions to academic circles and decision-making mechanisms. Sad?ko?lu stated that they want to prevent individual and institutional islamophobic events, publications and regulations by means of law and to create a common sensitivity in international public opinion by contributing to lay down regulations on international and national norms of justice. Also he said that after the conference they will found a Monitoring Center within the Unity and with regular reviews they will transmit all the islamophobic publications, broadcasts, events, or politics taking place in the world to the involved institutions.

    If only they would focus their energies on lashing out against the violence within Islam as opposed to their bullying those who speak up. They are not to be trusted. They are conniving bastards trying to pull the wool over the worlds collective eyes.

  • 11 Geoff Taylor // Dec 14, 2007 at 8:19 pm

    Hi Flanders,

    No, I’m not part of the ‘peace is possible’ crowd. As far as I know, I’m not part of a crowd. Crowds, like the ‘peace is possible because I want it to be’ crowd, tend to polarize and stop thinking.

    I’m not advocating a mindless ‘let’s make friends’ approach. I’m advocating a ‘let’s get the real story before we lose our heads’ approach. I have friends who are Muslims, I’ve sifted through more than a few websites, and I have seen much of the range of opinions in their world. Yes, extremists exist. No, my friend Suhail is not going to take up arms against me in any ‘revolution’.

    If we want to deal with Islam, we should know what we are dealing with. The local Mosque I visited is totally benign, although I understand that there are more than a few mosques, even in the US, which are not.

    I don’t have a ‘pie in the sky’ attitude. I think that the lack of understanding people have about Islam is very dangerous. I don’t think that there will be peace anytime soon. It is not human nature. I just think that educating ourselves is our best defense.

    I don’t have my head in the sand, either. I have been studying Islam, among other things, for several years now, and I intend to keep learning so that I never stagnate into just thinking I’m right. I have written about some of the dangerous cultural differences between the US and the Islamic world in my ebook, “The Global Diversity Crisis”. I am not in the dark about what is going on. It is more complicated than most people think.

    I feel like there is this assumption here that I am some kind of mainstream liberal hippie. Far from it– I actually tend to be more conservative, although I find it hard to identify with a lot of the condescending rhetoric from guys like Bill O’Reilly and Rush Limbaugh (although that is probably why they are popular and I am not.)

    No more jumping to conclusions. Think… then jump. The world is not divided into enlightened sages who agree with you and blithering idiots who disagree.

    Geoff

  • 12 Geoff // Dec 15, 2007 at 8:57 am

    Miss Hammer, ;)

    Just a head’s up… Google put the following ad on your front page:

    Come To Mecca.com
    Muslims Community
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    I don’t know what you want to do about it, but I know there’s a way to block that kind of stuff. I clicked on it anyway… consider it a favor.

    Geoff

  • 13 Velvet Hammer // Dec 15, 2007 at 12:59 pm

    Geoff

    The ads are going to reflect my content, since they are content oriented. I know it happens. I may be able to block them but to much trouble, if you ask me. lol I may sometime in the future. Shrug it does not bother me all that much.

    And thanks!
    – VH

  • 14 HannahJ // Dec 15, 2007 at 8:11 pm

    Better to be Islamophobic than Islamophilic. Hate the sin, love the sinner. Nice controversial post, VH. :D

  • 15 Velvet Hammer // Dec 15, 2007 at 10:50 pm

    Can’t argue with that.

    Thanks Hannah!

  • 16 courtneyme109 // Dec 16, 2007 at 7:34 pm

    Akhter – thank you very much with crediting a daughter of the Great Satan with creating the term Mohammedist.

    Alas, it isn’t so – Sir Winnie Churchill used it all the time in his writings – derived form Mohammedism a quick google or yahoo search will definately ruin your long weekend.

    Look, if Islam is not an enemy, if muslims are fun loving, secularly living folks just like tolerants everywhere – then I stand by the term. After all ‘Evil doers’ in the new millenium tend to correspond rather faithfully to the M’Hammed (PBUH) history reveals.

    Since current unfree religious regimes, intolerant militias and corrupt royalty in Ray Bans pledge to an 8th century mindset in the modern era maybe Mohammedists or Mohammedism is all we have.

    As far as responsible for the entire worlds last 30 years of conflict – history shows that perhaps muslims should go down on their knees and thank Allah, the Prophet and the Founding Fathers for raising up this laughing race of freemen who have liberated, and saved the lives of Muslims for well, about the last 30 years – more than anyone else in all of history. Muslims have traditionally been the largest killers of muslims – kinda like Arabs have been the biggest killers of Arabs.

    The Little Satan is indeed of the Great Satan. Israel is a tolerant, egalitarian society with an incredible literacy rate, a free, uncensored press, transparent and periodic elections, an independent judixciary and a military under civilian control.

    Unlike her neighbors who lead the world in such retarded categories as pitiful literacy rates, honor killings and gender apartheid.

    If the ME resents that and doesn’t get it – if it drives them batty them – SWEEEEEEEEET! I am so proud of that!

  • 17 Velvet Hammer // Dec 16, 2007 at 11:57 pm

    She shoots…she scores!!

  • 18 Hartley // Mar 30, 2008 at 3:52 pm

    As i read all of these disgustingly ignorant and narrow minded blogs of you Americas I slowly begin to comprehend why none of you can seem to figure out why the majority of the world hates or dislikes America. Its because of the ignorance the prospers amongst your conservative party. President Bush is an embarrassment to your nation, you might say thats not true but iv been to countless counties in south America ,Europe , Africa and Asia. Everywhere iv been iv heard the same thing. They all say how much they hate us or just that hill billy president Bush. When you think about it if the majority of the world disagrees with your actions, who do you think are the dumb ones? you? one single nation run by anti-black anti- islamic conservative morons? or the BIG SCARY world outside your stupid nation? and do you ever see liberal news hating on conservatives the way your conservative networks rant about them? A huge portion of the world from what iv seen and experienced in person can associate itself with American Liberals. only a filthy rich Indian family with 12 children could stoop to that level of ignorance which to you all seems to be bliss. all you preach if fear fear fear! be afraid! the world might get you! if you drink under 21 your a bad person! your all true losers, its must be really stressful being terrified of the outside world, i have to say i feel really bad for all you Americans. anything to say to me? send me an email. Jhcavallaro@hotmail.com

  • 19 Velvet Hammer // Mar 31, 2008 at 12:04 pm

    As i read all of these disgustingly ignorant and narrow minded blogs of you Americas .

    If you do not care for the truth or freedom of speech of course you would feel that way.

    I slowly begin to comprehend why none of you can seem to figure out why the majority of the world hates or dislikes America

    LOL! That is the least of my worries. Western civilization as we know it is at stake .

    one single nation run by anti-black anti- islamic conservative
    morons?

    CLUE BAT! I am not anti-black! Got it?!

    I am against islam spreading to the west. Look up creeping sharia. HELL! Read my article. Are you that blind?

    do you ever see liberal news hating on conservatives the way your conservative networks rant about them?

    LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL Are you serious?

    only a filthy rich Indian family with 12 children could stoop to that level of ignorance which to you all seems to be bliss

    What is that all about? Are you prejudiced against rich Indians. Tsk tsk
    Ignorance being bliss is your mind set not mine.

    Grow up will you.

  • 20 Velvet Hammer // Mar 31, 2008 at 12:21 pm

    hartley

    One more thing.
    Posting the exact same comment three times is rude and immature. I dumped the others.
    Do NOT do it again.

  • 21 Saladin Saed // Nov 6, 2008 at 6:05 am

    Not interesting and new things?! Just some cliche words extracted and reproduced from so old and irritating oriantalistic studies, books and reviews…

    What you offer is important and on behalf of whom you do perform this project is to be taken into considerati0n?

    Nonsense! It was really funny to read so-called comments in every paragraph taken from Islamophobia.

    It is another Islamophobic person’s long texts…

  • 22 Velvet Hammer // Nov 6, 2008 at 7:31 am

    Islamophobia = Awareness

    Islamophobe – A non-Muslim who knows too much about Islam.

    So be it.

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