Terrorist Front Group CAIR today called on presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee to apologize for “inaccurate and offensive” comments about Islam and to meet with Muslim leaders to discuss growing Islamophobia in American society. (Hah! Good for the Huckster)
CAIR —The Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) made those requests after the Fox News host and possible 2012 presidential candidate claimed that Muslims believe “Jesus Christ and all the people who follow him are a bunch of infidels who should be essentially obliterated.” (TRUE)
In his recent “Fox and Friends” interview, Huckabee referred to Islam as the “antithesis of the gospel of Christ.” He also seemed to compare Muslim prayer being allowed in a church to the showing of pornographic films. (Actually Islam is a bit like pornography and paedophilia combined)
[IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUESTED]: Contact Mike Huckabee and his producers to ask that he apologize for his remarks and meet with Muslim leaders.
The following article is obviously written by a left wing IslamoFascist apologist:
MEDIAITE —Devout Christian Mike Huckabee is having a hard time understanding the concept of charity. The former Arkansas governor and potential 2012 hopeful visited Fox and Friends to discuss a small church that had allowed Muslims to worship when mosques in the area proved too small or were under construction, something he considered shocking and the beginning of a slippery slope: “Should the church be rented out to show adult movies on the weekend?”
Huckabee was clearly incensed with the news that Muslims were worshipping in a church. “As much as I respect the autonomy of each local church, you just wonder, what are they thinking?” he told the Fox and Friends crew. “If the purpose of a church is to push forward the gospel of Jesus Christ, and then you have a muslim group that says that Jesus Christ and all the people that follow him are a bunch of infidels who should be essentially obliterated, I have a hard time understanding that.”
He then goes on to make the argument that the church should not be open to pornographic film screenings, either, to which he is asked directly whether he is “likening Islam to pornography.” “I’m sure bloggers will say that,” he answered coyly. “I’ll read 300 blog accounts that will say that by noon today.” Huckabee concludes his argument by saying that Christian duty “doesn’t mean to give my home or my place of worship to praise something other than Jesus.”
Beyond that shallow blog-bait, he completely ignores the fact that the Judeo-Christian god is an equivalent to Allah and that Muslims actually believe in Jesus Christ. (Yes, and they think Jesus was a Muslim, you idiot) The argument that all Muslims consider non-Muslims to be worthy of destruction is borderline abhorrent at best, also, but the most problematic aspect of Huckabee’s analysis is that he seems not to understand the teachings of the god he so zealously defends.
So yes, “likening Islam to pornography” is offensive, but it is merely a distraction to the deeper meanings of Huckabee’s argument. This stance will win him plenty of allies among those that blindly refuse to understand Islam as a movement separate from radical fundamentalist terrorism, (OMG, the sheer ignorance of this writer is stunning) and those that audibly gasp at the horror of even the mention of pornography, but should anyone actually challenge Huckabee on his religious beliefs– and, politically, no one should; that’s the entire point of the First Amendment– he is going to have to answer to a lot more than his perception of Islam. (BARF)