STEP 2: Then, when Step 1 doesn’t work, they will send in the Muslim taqiyya (deception) artists to ridicule your questions and dismiss your arguments, accusing you of being a misunderstander of Islam because you can’t read Arabic and you get your information from FOX News and ‘Islamophobic’ websites. We are currently at Step 2:
WAAYTV On Thursday, May 17th, people representing a cross-culture of Madison County will come together to learn more about Islam. “Combating Islamophobia: Truths and Myths About Islam” is a community engagement workshop sponsored by the FBI, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the Department of Justice, UA-Huntsville, and the Huntsville Islamic Center, among others. Aladin Beshir, director of community outreach for the Huntsville Islamic Center, hopes the event will help build bridges in the community. “This is a very, very small step and a very focused and great grand scheme of cooperation among law enforcement and the Muslim community, sending the message that we are all united to
protect destroy America.”
Beshir says there are many misconceptions about Islam that have arisen, in part, by people taking portions of the Quran out of context. He says, “Islam does not teach violence. (This is when you should bring up the subject of Abrogation. See: ABROGATION EXPLAINED )People love to pick and choose,” adding, “the Holy Quran states, one destroys one soul as if he killed the whole humanity, and one saves one soul as if he saves the whole humanity.” (Here, you should stop him and ask him why he is quoting a verse from the Hebrew scriptures?)
When it comes to addressing myths about Muslims, Beshir says the media represents one of the biggest challenges because, “if you listen to the media, you will think they’re under the bed and coming to get you!” (No, they are coming to get you and the bed sheets are on their heads)
The number of Muslims living in Madison County may be small, but they represent 20 percent of the world population. Beshir says it only makes sense to learn more about this faith shared by millions of people. “What we believe in doesn’t need to be agreed upon by everybody else, but it will help for the majority to know more about the minority,” he says. Through greater knowledge, he hopes will come greater understanding and acceptance. (Greater knowledge of Islam leads to greater understanding, followed by abject disgust, then total rejection)
To ALABAMA BNIers, if you can get to this farce about Islamophobia, ask some questions they won’t want to answer: As for “Combating Islamophobia: Truths and Myths about Islam,” it will be presented from 5:30-8:00 p.m. Thursday, May 17th in Room 107 of the Shelby Science Center at UA-Huntsville. There is no charge and no registration.
STEP 3: Then they put you in jail for criticizing Islam, by calling it ‘hate speech,’ as they do in Europe. How long will it take before you can be executed for telling the truth about Islam, just like in the Middle East?