Friday, February 17, 2012

The Weeping Saudi Sheikh

What to say about the weeping fool below as he sobs over Tweets that insulted the Prophet Muhammad?

From Mark Alexander's A New Dark Age Is Dawning:


This sheikh is soooo worried that the prophet has been insulted. Well, Muhammad is DEAD.

Furthermore, if Allah is so great and so powerful, why does he always need defending via cutting off the heads of apostates?

24 comments:

  1. Apparently, those who supported the offensive Tweets could also be in trouble:

    People who encouraged a Saudi controversial columnist facing charges of blasphemy could be summoned by the public prosecutor...

    [...]

    According to Saudi daily Arab News, "a number of Saudis have called for the trial of all those who tweeted support for Kashgari, saying they were equally guilty."

    "Those who supported the contents of Kashgari's tweets are considered criminal exactly like him," Khaled Abu Rashid, a lawyer and a legal consultant, was quoted as saying. The sentence to be passed on Kahgari should be imposed on his supporters too, he said....


    More information at the above link.

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  2. I have a big problem with those who turn into rabid dogs and slaughter people over cartoons and tweets.

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  3. I can't think of anything to say that isn't a vulgar expression of utter contempt.

    These people are DERANGED. They suffer from a deep-seated sickness of Soul. Their mentality keeps them down, holds them back and robs them of any possible capacity they may ever have had for joy and fulfillment of their God-given human potential.

    Surely Allah truly is the evocation of SATAN.

    ~ FreeThinke

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  4. and when I think of Jesus and how insulted he is today and how many Christians have died in Arab countries and how churches can't be built there..

    Ya, I think weeping for Mohammed's just the thing to do @#($*&@($&*@# (as IF)
    Honestly, I couldn't watch the video; too much bugs me too strongly these days, I have to admit. This is one thing I didn't need in my head :-)

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  5. Furthermore, if Allah is so great and so powerful, why does he always need defending via cutting off the heads of apostates?

    exactly... God bless those people, and they have a right to worship however they want, but we don't need any of that here.

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  6. Blah! Are these people really that thin skinned? I could not watch the whole video, but seriously, calling down a curse on them for such a silly reason... honestly, it seems more than a little childish.

    @FT Not sure if you were here back when AOW posted this, if not, this may interest you :http://alwaysonwatch3.blogspot.com/2011/11/video-islams-secret-santa.html

    @AOW ...wow, that is insane.

    -Wildstar

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  7. Alligator tears. I feel zero sympathy. That's just insane.

    Our Savior was brutally crucified and yet, forgave those who put Him on the cross.

    Yeah, like I am going to sympathize with a man who encourages the murder of Christians and Jews.

    M

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  8. Dmarks,
    I have a big problem with those who turn into rabid dogs and slaughter people over cartoons and tweets.

    Islamic priorities are skewed and stuck in the 7th Century. It's really that simple -- and that ugly.

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  9. Wildstar,
    Blah! Are these people really that thin skinned?

    Remember the prophets of Baal in the Old Testament?

    I could make the case that man, created in God's image, does know on some level when man is worshipping a false god.

    Frankly, a god that needs the constant defense of His lower creatures is a powerless god.

    PS: It's been said that Allah IS Baal. Just sayin'.

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  10. FT,
    I can't think of anything to say that isn't a vulgar expression of utter contempt.

    I sincerely thank you for your restraint.

    In my own case, I find that I have to "get away" from posting about Islam. I can't stand all the warped thinking.

    I got my blogging start by posting about Islam and Islamification. However, as I grow older, I find that I can only take so much before my soul gets too dark.

    You know what I mean, right?

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  11. Yes, AOW, I do know what you mean.

    As Christians aren't we supposed "not to be overcome by evil, but instead overcome evil with good?"

    The Power of Positive Thinking is not just some naive notion or prettified pop theology. The way we CHOOSE to look at the challenges life metes out -- and we always do have a choice as to how we RESPOND -- is what makes us or breaks us.

    I do think it's better to contemplate the goodness and great power of the Holy Trinity than to dwell on the hideous aspects of His sworn enemies.

    After all if God really is omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent, what could we possibly have to worry about other than our own failures to affirm the faith?

    Even so, is a good idea to know who our enemies are and what they're about -- just as long as we don't become obsessed with them.

    I'm fond of a small segment of Alexander Poe' enormous output. You probably know it too.

    "Vice is a creature of such fearful mien
    That it's hideous face should scarcely be seen.
    Yet, seen too oft - familiar with her face
    At first we endure - then pity - then embrace."


    What a world of wisdom in those few lines!

    ~ FreeThinke

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  12. ON A LIGHTER NOTE:

    I can't help wondering why those Arab potentates wear red-checkered tablecloths over their heads? It always looks to me like they ought to balance an empty Chianti bottle wrapped in raffia on their skulls and stick a lighted red candle in the opening to complete the effect.

    O Sole Mio, anyone? ;-)

    ~ FT

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  13. I wonder what would have occurred in Islam had an American "artist" decided to re-name the exhibit entitled "PISS CHRIST" to "PISS MOHAMMAD"??

    Guess he'd be dead by now. First in the global media, then LITERALLY.

    Funny how that manages to work out.

    BZ

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  14. FT,
    On an episode of Law and Order: SVU, one of the characters (an FBI agent who hunted serial killers) said, "Those who hunt monsters must be sure not to become one." Not the eloquence of a classical poet, but a true statement that applies to many different aspects of human life.

    After all if God really is omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent, what could we possibly have to worry about other than our own failures to affirm the faith?

    Even so, is a good idea to know who our enemies are and what they're about -- just as long as we don't become obsessed with them.


    The balance between the command to stand against evil and to fulfill our commitment to the Lord is difficult.

    ---------

    LOL to your comment of 9:48 PM!

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  15. "Sticks and stones will..."

    I guess that was just another of those childhood fairy tales.

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  16. AOW: I am not anti-Muslim as such like many in these blogs are. But I am very much against Muslims (and non-Muslims) who do such evil things.

    And I will certainly never hold back my criticism of something like this if the perpetrators happen to be Muslim.

    (I have similarly criticized Christians, even in the recent past, such as when the Serbian Orthodox Church cheered on the invasions against Croatia, Bosnia, and Kosovo along with supporting the "ethnic cleansing" of hundreds of thousands of people)

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  17. This episode highlights for the world how similar political Islam is to a totalitarian ideology. It is critical that this situation is known far and wide.

    Islam may contain purely religious components, but they are so overshadowed by the political aspects that they're of negligible significance at this point.

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  18. hahahahahahahaaaaa ! What a fake.....i'd like to give him a REAL reason to cry.

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  19. Oh no, Paladin! I'D like to give him a reason to stop crying and start REJOICING.

    I'D like to see him become a CHRISTIAN.

    But then, we must be aware that so many who call themselves "Christians," are no such thing.

    Our hearts should be filled with love and empty of hatred and contempt, if we are true to the faith.

    How many Christians could honestly make that claim?

    "Rejoice greatly, O Daughter of Zion.
    Behold! Thy King cometh unto thee.

    "He is the righteous Savior,
    And He shall speak peace
    Unto the Heathen.

    "Rejoice! Shout, O Daughter of Jerusalem.
    Behold thy King cometh unto thee.?


    Want to make converts?

    "Let your light so shine before men that they may se your good works that glorify your father, which is in Heaven."

    There is no other way to make converts. Conversion by coercion has always been a mockery -- a travesty. It's tantamount to crucifying Our Lord all over again.

    ~ FreeThinke

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  20. @FreeThinke The guy above me or if your a woman ) I roger you loud and clear ! I hope you are right, and someday they ALL hear the truth.

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  21. Let him squeal and cry, his god should be able to bring his own wrath upon those who disrespect him.

    I feel sorry for the blogger, given how cheap human life is in the middle east and how barbaric and vicious they are, he's in a lot of trouble.

    The religion of peace will show once again how stupid and idiotic it is to declare that as a characteristic of islam.

    By the way Always, it's MK here i've abandoned wordpress and setup shop here -
    http://rightwingtheocrat.blogspot.com.au/

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  22. FT,
    We are commanded to let our light shine and to spread the Gospel.

    There is also the verse about moving on ("Shake the dust from your feet").

    There are many secret Christians all over the Islamic world. How are we giving them spiritual support? In many mainstream churches today, prayers are not offered up for these secret Christians; instead, some sort of half-baked interfaithing with devout Muslims is going on -- and even downright "embracing" to the point of denying Christ and the Gospel. Have you seen THIS?

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  23. Right wing theocrat,
    I recognized your avatar. I've adjusted my blog roll.

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