PAUL AUSTIN MURPHY ON POLITICS

PAUL AUSTIN MURPHY ON POLITICS


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Monday, 15 November 2010

English Defence Leagues Tommy Robinson & 'moderate' muslim on talk sport radio (04/01/2010)


This guy is about as moderate as Adolph Hitler or Pol Pot.

There is no such thing as a 'moderate Muslim'. There are only theologically-weak Muslims. That is, a Muslim becomes moderate the more he ignores Islam - sharia, the Koran, the Hadiths, etc. If a particular Muslim is 'a good bloke' who 'likes a pint' - that's in spite of Islam, not because of it. He is a decent bloke becaue he's not a strict Muslim. Thus he cannot really be called a 'moderate Muslim' at all. Anjem Choudhry et al are correct on this one!








The Muslim on these videos practices the Art of Taqiyya. Not just that. He comes out with the absolute classic piece of Taqiyya - this passage:

‘… that to kill one person is like killing the entire mankind…’

The actual passage really is:

‘… that whosoever killed a human being, except as punishment for murder or other villainy in the land, shall be deemed as though he had killed all mankind…’ – 5:32

This, of course, begs the question. What would be deemed as ‘villainy’? One can only guess!

Clearly, the middle clause is quite deliberatly left out by the Muslim who cites it. And I have heard Muslims cite this passages to non-Muslim on numerous occasions!

Not only that. Muhammed, or the Koran, is only talking about killing Muslims in that passage. The context makes that absolutely clear.

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