6 comments for “Debate on the Fate of Muslims accused of Islamophobia and Apostasy – “Kill them All”

  1. Asif
    April 19, 2017 at 2:30 AM

    Dear Tarek,

    Haven’t we been discussing this at least since 9/11? There is nothing new there, for the cults of Wahabbi/Salafists this is a mere routine business as usual. They truly believe in the death penalty to be meted out to the apostates. Even fellow muslims of a different stripes aren’t safe from the “purists” that they are.

    We need to renew our campaign most vigorously to convince the west, in particular Washington, Ottawa, and other western capitals to begin the proceedings to outlaw these cults that masquerade as bonafide religions, for they are to be considered evil and vile to be eradicated at least from the west where we enjoy the most basic freedoms. It’s past time that these towel-heads are made to pay for maintaining their inhuman and absolutely disgusting cavalier attitude against our most cherished (western) value of freedom of conscience.

    Please raise this topic nest time you have a debate on your TV show, Fatah’s Fatwa. And please don’t invite bearded fools with their stinking pieties and caps, for they are incapable of contributing anything of substance due to their illiteracy (define correctly that would be a lack of exposure to the western style liberal arts education.) Have candidates as guests that are at least in possession of a University degree in Liberal Arts, or graduates of English major, Or, why religion alone exclusively of other disciplines has proven to be the bane of muslim Jahiliya? This should prove to be an ideal topic to grandstand before the youth in general and muslim youth in particular of South Asia. For we need to fortify the remnants. Good luck to you Sir.. Keep on giving it to ‘em good and hard.



    • Susan Olsen
      May 26, 2017 at 3:14 PM

      This is a whole new direction that I have not heard. I have been thinking that until Islam has an enlightenment that would expunge the violence death cult aspects of the ideology, it should be banned in the West. Maybe THEN a real effort would be made within the Umma to rid Islam of such death cult tenets. I never thought of just banning certain sects. Wouldn’t that solve a lot of problems? Especially of those who keep (rightly) insisting that “Not all Muslims do these things” It would also protect our kind and peaceful Muslim friends from being the first victims of these death cults.
      Thank You For Your Thoughts

  2. April 19, 2017 at 2:55 AM

    Is there any solution to brain washing?

  3. Rationalist
    May 6, 2017 at 3:43 PM

    How to separate the personal from the professional?!

    A report, attributed to Abu Ruhm al-Ghifari, a Companion of Prophet Muhammad, states that during one campaign, he was riding his camel next to the Prophet’s, and at one point the two animals came so near each other that the rough rim of Abu Ruhm’s sandal scraped against the Prophet’s thigh, causing him great pain.

    The Prophet gave expression to his displeasure, and struck Abu Ruhm’s foot with his crop. Abu Ruhm said he was seized with anxiety:

    ”I feared,” he reported, ”that a Qur’an passage would be revealed about me because of the enormity of what I had done.” (Source: Ibn Sa’d, “Kitāb aṭ-Ṭabaqāt al-Kabīr”, Bd. 4, Theil 1. Ed. Eduard Sachau; Julius Lippert, page 180, lines 4-9).

  4. Fatima Khan
    October 24, 2017 at 4:11 PM

    Gamal Al Banna,youngest brother of the founder of Muslim Brotherhood, antitheses to his brother’s strict views is a reformist to watch out for in this video.

  5. December 29, 2017 at 3:59 AM

    First thing is how compliant the young audience were, for fear. Second, salute to the only sane person in the discuss who values freedom of thought and conscience above religion. Third, if Islam ishoukd have been the only religion as per the mullah, then why is it that other religions exist and thrive as compared to the sick following of it at gun point?

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