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Dr. K: The Egyptian Protestors Can “Go to Hell”

kbstreet1 Wrote: Sep 13, 2012 4:29 PM
CAIR says that terrorism is against Islamic teachings yet refuses to issue any death penalty fatwas against terrorists. Same thing with the other Imams. This is one relativistic belief system, not a religion Criticizing Islam is now a punishable offense in several European countries. In the past few months alone, a Danish court fined writer Lars Hedegaard for talking about Islam’s treatment of women in his own home, and activist Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff was found guilty of lecturing about Muhammad’s marital history in what an Austrian court considered an inappropriate tone.” There is no Koran or version of it earlier than 200 years after Moohammed the non-miracle worker died. It was made up out of "memory". Which leads to the real quest
kbstreet1 Wrote: Sep 13, 2012 4:29 PM
Did Muhammad exist? His response was quick, condensed and to the point. “Well, no. If you mean the prophet of Islam who was purported to receive revelations from Allah that were put into the Koran. No, that guy certainly did not exist,” he boldly proclaimed. “The regular guy — he possibly existed.” Robert Spencer said that the greatest surprise in his research was that it led him to doubt something he had always maintained — that Muhammad was, indeed, real.

Earlier today, as Carol touched on below, a crowd of Egyptian protestors stormed the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and replaced the American flag with one resembling Al Qaeda's. Sadly, however, rather than repudiate the uprising itself -- as one would expect on the 11th anniversary of 9/11 -- the Obama administration released a statement essentially apologizing for America. Unsurprisingly, Dr. Charles Krauthammer -- who is perhaps Team Obama’s most outspoken foreign policy critic -- not only hammered The One for the way he handled the situation, but boldly asserted that the United States government should have instead issued...