Sunday, November 11, 2012

A True Believer 'Splains the East End Madrassah Teachings

Many thanks to the Shia who took it upon him/herself to parse the EEM teachings mentioned in this Stewart Bell report (thereby unintentionally exposing his/her own blatant Zionhass--lovingly italicized by moi):
Excerpts from the text
“Islam has allowed boys to engage in sports for one specific reason and that is to always keep them healthy and strong. But why should a Muslim be healthy and strong? Firstly, it is necessary to take care of the body because it is a gift from Allah. Secondly, so that you may physically be ready for jihad whenever the time comes for it.”

There is no doubt that a person needs to be physically fit for being strong and healthy and also for Jihad, but what our society has failed to understand is what is the meaning of jihad. We as Muslims have clarified several times that there is not a link between terrorism and jihad. Rather, Jihad means “struggle” and it can be against the self, it can be against anything negative or harmful in society. For example, when I see people being killed around me and I raise my voice and shout “this is wrong” this is my Jihad. If I see people in my school picking on a kid half their size and bullying and beating him, and I know I am one weak person but I run to stop them and defend that child, this is my Jihad. This email I am writing itself is my Jihad. Our society in Canada should try to understand our terminology rather than accusing us for terrorism. They are living in fear from us for no reason, while on the other hand there are those whom are in power and wish to continue their wrongful actions without being stopped in any way, they want to show this as a negative, so that nobody would raise voice against them when they go on their bullying rampage.
“Islam is a dynamic, comprehensive school that aims at the rectification of the social and economic systems of the world in a special manner. Unlike the beliefs of the ancient Romans, the Jews, and the Nazis, Islam is not restricted to a certain community of a certain race, but is for all human beings…”

Note that this statement is merely repeating history, or showing the differences in different cultures. This is present in almost all history books I have read throughout my school life. Secondly, look at the bolded part. Where is the falsehood in that? Ask any Jewish person, they will tell you about the importance of heritage in becoming a Jew. A person not raised in a Jewish family cannot be a Jew. Furthermore, Ancient Romans had similar beliefs about heritage. We can look at their laws about whom is a citizen and whom is not. Nazis were the extreme that believed no other race should survive. Right now Zionists are the same btw, who believe that Palestine should not survive as a state, but shhh we have to be quiet about that, because Canada does not want us to say anything about the reality of Zionism!!! Indeed it is filled with Zionists, that is why our government secretly funds them without informing the general public!...
Thanks for the, er, clarification, pal. I must point out, however, that, sadly, you missed the entire point. That being that bracketing Nazis--who, contra the denialist teachings of Iran's glorious Islamic revolution, are responsible for the deaths of six million Jews--and the Jews, is about as hateful and offensive as it gets.

Also, in future I'd try to avoid putting three exclamation marks after "Zionism." It rather points to you're being an overheated Zion-loather (Zionhass being the Jew-hate of our time, purveyed to perfection by the Grandiose Ayatollah and his minions in Iran and elsewhere).


Carlos Perera said...

Mr./Ms. Shia did not give sufficient credit to the Nazis for their multiculturalism: to say they were anti-Semitic is only true in the narrow sense of that term, i.e., anti-Jewish; they had no brief against non-Jewish semites, especially as the latter often shared their Jew-hatred and vision of a _Judenrein_ Northern Hemisphere.

Case in point: Amin al-Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem during the _Nazizeit_, who had to hie himself out of Palestine following the failed 1936-39 Arab Revolt against the British, found himself a most welcome and honored guest of the Third Reich--which put him up in a luxurious mansion expropriated from a wealthy German-Jewish industrialist--during World War II. He became a special friend of Heinrich Himmler, and raised Waffen SS troops for him among the Moslems of the Balkans (then under Nazi occupation). The Grand Mufti was well-liked by all of the Nazi hierarchs, and Hitler himself granted him the concession of "dealing" with the Jews of Palestine as he saw fit, once the Thousand-Year Reich was installed.

So, you see, the Nazis were quite progressive in the matter of multiculturalism, and would have fit in quite nicely in the faculty lounges of "elite" universities in the U. S. and Canada.

scaramouche said...

It's interesting to note that German academia embraced Naziism with alacrity. Today, Western academia, which is exquisitely multiculti, is a repository of Zionhass.

Funny, that. ;)