Monday, June 2, 2008

The New Sultan of Swing.



Tonight's REAALLLY Haram Haramfest involves a savory dish of Slapdown. With Take That sauce.

I bring you a Public Service Announcement from One Bad-Ass Uppity Apostate Woman. All I can say about her is DAYAMN! This interview is so meaty and full of quotable nourishment that Wafa may sit back and belch, with satisfaction, Mohammed's vile and greasy essence and laugh. She can also flatulate his essence quite well. So VERRRRRRY fatwa worthy is her commentary: Let us just savor the recipe of putdown pudding, shall we? Pick your teeth with joy my fellow infidelicadoes.

This was from Al Hayat Television in Cyprus. Al Hayat means The Life. In modern Arabic the New Testament is referred to as Al Injeel w'al Kitab al Hayat. The Gospel and the Book of Life. So I am betting this is from a Christian television station in Cyprus.

Wafa Sultan: When I examined the Koran, the hadith, and the Islamic books under a microscope, I came to the absolute conviction that it is impossible – impossible! – for any human being to read the biography of Muhammad and believe in it, and yet emerge a psychologically and mentally healthy person.

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Do you remember the way that [the Prophet Muhammad] killed ‘Asmaa bint Marwan? His followers tore her body apart limb from limb, while she was breastfeeding her child. When they returned to him shouting “Allah Akbar,” he said: “No two goats will lock horns over her.” As you know, goals lock horns over the most inconsequential thing. For Muhammad, however, the killing of a woman while breastfeeding was too trivial a reason for goats “to lock horns over.” Is this a prophet of God?

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It makes me very sad that Al-Jazeera TV allows an insane and terroristic creature like Al-Qaradhawi to use it as a medium for the spreading of his poisons, his terroristic fatwas, and his babbling. The words he used against me incited many young Muslims – who have been brainwashed and blindfolded, and who have been programmed to hate – to rain curses and threats upon me, right after the show in which he discussed my appearance on Al-Jazeera.

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When Islam considers women to be deficient in reason, and I refute this assertion – in that case Islam attacks me, and I am merely attacking back. When Islam calls to kill whoever does not believe in it, and I refute this, in that case Islam attacks me, and I am merely attacking back. I do not attack Islam. I criticize it, but unfortunately, we, the victims of Islamic upbringing, view any criticism as an attack.

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I always focus on the language – the language of Islam. The language of Islam is a negative, dead language, replete with violence, anger, hatred, and racism. Man is the product of language, the outcome of the negative and positive language to which he is exposed in this lifetime. If his life is dominated by negative language, he will emerge as a negative, reckless, and non-productive person, who rejects everything. On the other hand, if positive language dominates his life, he will emerge as a positive, happy, and productive person. This is why the negative language of Islam has failed. It has failed to produce people with a spontaneous and positive outlook. It has produced negative people. If we take a look at Islamic societies, we see what that negative man did.

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I do not view Islam as a religion – according to my notion of religion. Islam is a political doctrine, which imposes itself by force. Any doctrine whatsoever that calls to kill those who do not believe in it is not a religion. It is a totalitarian doctrine that imposes itself by force. When I read, for example, the verse: “The adulterer and the adulteress – flog each of them with a hundred stripes, and do not let compassion for them move you” - I do not discern any spirituality in this verse. Whena certain faith manages to can strip its believers of their last grain of compassion, it strips them of their spirituality as well.

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Jesus Christ is the symbol of peace. He did not carry a sword, chop off heads, or accuse anybody of heresy. The problem in Islam is that if we were to act similarly to the Christians of the Middle Ages, and we were to model our lives after the life, actions, and words of Muhammad, we would find ourselves in an even bigger mess than the one we are in, and we would end up like Osama Bin Laden and his ilk. Read about the life of Muhammad. What do you find there? Nothing but his raids and his wives, in addition to his hadiths, some of which make you shudder. I shudder when I hear the hadith: “A woman’s paradise is under her husband’s foot.”

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The Islamic teachings have become dreadful in the skulls of the Muslims. I see no alternative but to open up these skulls, and to clean the life-threatening cancerous cells in these brains.


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When the Syrian people swarmed the Danish embassy and burned it down, it burned my heart too. Why? The Syrian people is dying of hunger. The Syrians, despite their [ancient] civilization, chase after their daily bread. Why don’t they swarm the palace of their president, who has 40 billion dollars in European bank accounts, and burn down the palace, along with its occupant? They swarmed the Danish embassy, giving the West the wrong image of the moral and civilized Syrian people. Therefore, I describe their conduct as barbaric and backward.


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The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a religious conflict. I support the Palestinian cause. I support the Palestinian children. I lose sleep over the suffering of Palestinian women. I cannot even step on an ant, so how could I possibly be against them? This is inconceivable. This is a political conflict, and they should ask their leaders about what they have done to resolve the problem. But the problem is rooted in religion. A week or two ago, I read a short story in an Islamic book, according to which Muhammad was walking with some of his followers when they heard a commotion. They asked him: “What is this, Messenger of Allah?” He said: “These are the Jews being tormented in the grave.” Regardless of the conflicts Muhammad had with the Jews back then, this statement indicates that the graves of their ancestors were in Saudi Arabia, correct?

Interviewer: Yes.

Wafa Sultan: They are people of this region, as is evident from the Islamic books and the Koran itself.


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The problem with the Muslims is that they do not distinguish between their prophet and their own noses. When you criticize Muhammad, his actions, and his life, it is as if you chopped off their noses.


The Spirit of Asma Bint Warwan lives on!


Wafa Sultan shines the light of truth on Islam

4 comments:

  1. Yes, she's awesome.

    I love pasta and bread. It's my favorite. I could eat it every day. I'm not so thrilled about tuna, on the other hand, but I'd be surprised if anything you whip up isn't wonderful.

    I'm saddened by what you wrote about your daughter on another thread. I was there once. My daughter was a nightmare. I didn't think I'd live through it. I know how your skinny little hubby feels.

    She looks like such a lovely young lady from the photo I saw, even though she was having an attitude. Don't give up on her. She just hasn't yet discovered how wonderful she can be.

    You're another story. You've been busy as a little bee here, and you still find time to cook, bake, and listen to jazz after midnight. I don't know how you do it.

    Take care, dear. I'm always watching.

    HAID

    Here's something for late tonight:

    http://www.imeem.com/people/x_ZPqrs/music/fsgECHEX/joni_mitchell_at_last/

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  2. Let's try that again:

    http://www.imeem.com/people/x_ZPqrs/music/fsgECHEX/joni_mitchell_at_last/

    :)

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  3. Hmm.

    Blogger craps my link out.

    Just search Joni Mitchell, "At Last" on Imeem. Great cut I found. Perfect for after midnight.

    Or 'round midnight.

    :)

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  4. Oooh, I love that song, especially how Eva Cassidy sang it. I will take my jazz any way I can get it! As for my irregular hours, that is how it has always been. And all about daughter number 3. Yes, she is a handful. ALWAYS defiant. Always looking for the easy way out of difficulty. What I worry about is that she is displaying some signs of being a sociopath. She has no remorse about doing things that are harmful to others. For example, she was caught shoplifting, and my husband made her take the ear rings back to the store. She had her own money, but stole them anyway. When she was caught she said, "So? I stole stuff, before, and I never got caught." I guess in her mind that is precedence and that made it okay. I am not sure. But even after apologizing to the clerk, she acted ever the victim. When she is 18, she will have to decide whether or not to continue to go to school and get a job. Right now, she is on thin ice. Her birthday is in August and if she doesn't get it together and get focused about her life, her freeloading days will be over at home, and she will have to find a way of getting on in life.

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