Friday, June 17, 2016

Our Own Homegrown Muslim Imam Linked To Orlando Terror Speaks In Defense Of Islam

So here's a Muslim Imam, in the U.S., interviewed by Fox News' Greta Van Susteren. He knows every word he says will be read and reread, scrutinized, analyzed and interpreted by many thousands of Americans, to understand what he really believes as a Muslim expert. Anyone in that position would be trying not to say anything that would throw a bad light or negative connotation on his religion, especially so soon after one of his own fellow Muslims just slaughtered or wounded 100 Americans. So he is trying  his best to show he is harmless and reasonable and a good guy and that Islam is indeed a peaceful religion. But as hard as he tries to give a good impression, the true nature of Islam foams out of his tight lips like nitric acid dribbling down his chin. Kind of like the alligator at Disney World, in Orlando this week, who was maintaining a low profile, his eyes just above the water, barely breathing "rock-a-by-baby" as he gently glided toward the innocent infant on shore. He too was trying not to look his true self but just a pretty little ripple in the water. Well, Mr. Alligator Imam, ignorant Arabs born into Islam, in the Middle East may have a feeble excuse for their asinine treatment of women, sexual abuse of young boys and maiming of young girls, stoning rape victims, higher taxes on non-Muslims, and exporting terrorism around the world, but you, Imam Gator, started out as Marcus Robertson, an American and have no excuse except your deeply ingrained stupidity and hatred of your home country. RB

This from Western Press by Jack Davis

Imam Linked To Orlando Shooter Stuns With Statements On Beheading Journalists, Stoning Women

“I do not condemn that." Imam Abu Taubah

Imam Abu Taubah, who was questioned by authorities in relation to Orlando, Florida, gunman Omar Mateen, told Fox News host Greta Van Susteren that he supported beheading journalists, but later added that he made the remark “facetiously.”
Taubah said it is not America’s business when American reporters, such as James Foley, are beheaded in the Middle East.
“I believe some journalists need to be beheaded,” he said, “but I wouldn’t have done that.”
Van Susteren replied, “How can you in any way justify ISIS beheading …”
“I’m not justifying it,” Taubau said, adding, “Don’t we have our own problems here? Is it our business?”
The imam denied reports that Mateen had been a student of his online Muslim seminary, and sought to distance himself from the man who murdered 49 people Sunday.
“I disavow the concept of anyone taking the law into their own hand … no one can justify that with Islam,” he said.
During the interview, Taubah, formerly known as Marcus Robertson, said he would not condemn stoning women who commit adultery.
“I do not condemn that. Do you condemn someone getting the electric chair for whatever crime they get the electric chair for?” he said.
“So you think adultery for a woman is a death penalty offense?” Van Susteren then asked.
"It is kind of like getting people to do crimes and hurt other people. That’s not good for the country.” Abu said.
His objection to Clinton was based on her gender. “As a Muslim I object to Hillary Clinton “Why you want to specify a woman?” Taubah later said.
“Because I see the women stoned to death and I don’t see the men,” Van Susteren shot back. “Are they stoning the men to death? Are they?”
Taubah called Van Susteren’s questions “unfair.”
During the interview, he was asked about the two leading presidential candidates — Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton.
“I don’t like either one,” Robertson replied, adding, “Trump plays too much to ignorance and,” he said. “I don’t believe a woman should be the president of a nation. As our prophet … taught us, whenever a woman is in charge there’s going to be problems. What if she’s on her menses and it’s time to go to war, is she going to press the button because she’s angry?”
And this from
The Washington Free Beacon dated June 17,1016

Homeland Security Report Calls for Rejecting Terms ‘Jihad,’ Sharia’

A new Department of Homeland Security report urges rejecting use of Islamic terms such as “jihad” and “sharia” in programs aimed at countering terrorist radicalization among American youth.

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