That religion double standard thing

| March 17, 2012

Remember last year when the whole world had it’s collective balls in an uproar over an American minister who was going to publicly burn a Koran? The White House got involved and tried to shame him into not doing it, and sent out a preemptive apology. Well, where is everyone and their condemnation of the Saudi mufti who, the other day called for the destruction of all of the churches on the peninsula, as reported by the Washington Times this morning;

On March 12, Sheik Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah, the grand mufti of Saudi Arabia, declared that it is “necessary to destroy all the churches of the region.” The ruling came in response to a query from a Kuwaiti delegation over proposed legislation to prevent construction of churches in the emirate. The mufti based his decision on a story that on his deathbed, Muhammad declared, “There are not to be two religions in the [Arabian] Peninsula.”

It seems to me that every “liberal” in the world would be shouting to the Heavens that this kind of rhetoric shoudlnt be tolerated.

This is not a small-time radical imam trying to stir up his followers with fiery hate speech. This was a considered, deliberate and specific ruling from one of the most important leaders in the Muslim world. It does not just create a religious obligation for those over whom the mufti has direct authority; it is also a signal to others in the Muslim world that destroying churches is not only permitted but mandatory.

So where is our own White House on this? Not a peep. So when churches and synagogues start going up in flames, I expect they’ll be issuing apologies for offending Muslims sensibilities for erecting the houses of worship for the infidels.

Category: Barack Obama/Joe Biden, Terror War

Comments (10)

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  1. PintoNag says:

    Unless something changes radically and soon, we will see another Dark Age–with all the hell and misery that term entails.

  2. CI says:

    Some clarity from another source:

    Al-Asheikh made the statement Monday during a meeting with a delegation of a Kuwait-based NGO, Society of the Revival of Islamic Heritage, in response to a question of what Shariah law says about building churches, reported an Arabic Christian publication,

    The question was a reference to a recent controversial statement by a Kuwaiti member of parliament who reportedly called for the “removal” of churches. The MP reportedly specified later that he merely meant that no churches should be built in Kuwait. In February, a legislation was introduced in the parliament to remove Christian churches from Kuwait and impose Islamic law, according to Catholic News Service. Party officials said later the legislation would not remove the churches but prohibit further construction of Christian churches and non-Muslim places of worship in the country.”

    Our ‘friends and allies’ in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia have adhered to religious apartheid even among Shia and Sunni, not to mention Christianity for as long as they’ve been our ‘partners’.

  3. AW1 Tim says:

    Seems to me a simple solution: Every time some Muslim group burns down a synagogue or Christian Church or blows up a Buddhist Temple, etc, we select a Mosque and blow it up, clear the debris, and build a pulled-pork barbecue joint, strip club or gay bar where it stood.

    Let’s see how long they want to continue. 🙂

    I mean, as long as we’re being that whole “World Policeman” thing, you know?

  4. We all know how the Left and Muslims will respond to that idea, AW1 Tim… they’ll call it “disproportionate response” or whatever the f they call it when accusing Israel of defending itself.

    That said, I wholeheartedly like the idea.

  5. AW1 Tim, I like. I like a lot.

  6. HM2 FMF-SW Ret. says:

    When I was in Croatia about ten years ago, I noticed that a lot of the churches were roofless or had been burned. I asked on of the Croat Sgts about it. His response was that the Serbs had destroyed churches during the war believing that the Croats would leave. It didn’t work. As if to prove his point, a few days later we were flying over the church I had asked about and could see a wedding in progress.

    The church is anywhere that two or more are gathered in His name.

  7. Cedo Alteram says:

    #4″Seems to me a simple solution: Every time some Muslim group burns down a synagogue or Christian Church or blows up a Buddhist Temple, etc, we select a Mosque and blow it up…” Welcome to Northern India.

    #2 This is part of the Islamic tradition/law laid down by Mohammed himself. It is part of Dhimmitude.

  8. semper says:

    Good luck brother!

  9. ecks why says:

    Informed rational freedom loving people have all the reasons in the world to fear islam. The twin fogs of political correctness & ignorance must be dispersed before western society better understands this menace. Even a brief review of islamic theology & history quickly exposes the deadly roots of this evil ideology.

    Mohamhead was a 7th century murdering warlord who rose to power on a river of blood surrounded by thugs and gangsters using intimidation, violence, deception and trickery to expand their criminal empire while mercilessly suppressing and killing their opponents and enriching themselves on stolen booty.

    The evil koran is a collection of sayings and speeches by this diabolical madman claiming divine guidance from some mythical sky-god which has inspired generations of crazed fanatics to abhorrent behavior resulting in historys worst ever crimes against humanity starting 1400 years ago and still continuing even today.

    Islam is just another fascist totalitarian ideology used by power hungry fanatics on yet another quest for worldwide domination and includes all the usual human rights abuses & suppression of freedoms.

    and some snappy graphics, great for emailing…