Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Raed up your Ass!

Hello all get ready because I am pissed! This story I found today on the Drudge Report sent me through the roof! A Code Pink supporting Iraqi "puff" was detained at JFK airport and was forced to change his t-shirt which offended some passengers plus an flight attendant at the check-in booth for his flight. The t-shirt read in both arabic and english "We will not be silent". The flight attendant found it offensive and/or inflammatory reported it and had him detained and asked to remove the item of clothing. Full story here.
After going to this "oppressed" bloggers website. I read his side of the story. This America hating liberal is acting like he was first racially "profiled" and second his constitutional rights were being violated! Hey buddy it's ok for you guys to wear crap like this or filth like this. And I am supposed to be ok with it? Why because you went to Berkley or some other facist college in the U.S.? Where's my right to find you and your kind of people offensive! Where is that flight attendants right to find that shirt offensive and have you remove it before boarding "her" flight? ....Oh that's right people who love there country and are Pro-America don't have rights because we are all sheep huh?...Lambs of the facist regime huh? Mindless, uneducated, noncultured, poor white/black/asian/latino.(/purple/blue/pink/etc)trash that believe the "hype" that America is the best country to live in. Maybe I will attend your next "F(*& America" rally with this t-shirt on. Do you think I won't get harassed or asked to take it off? Why maybe it might offend some of your kind(kind meaning anti-Americans lets not turn this into a race thing).Where is my right to wear that lil gem?

I tell you what you explain to me how a religion that condones beheadings and the enslavement of Kafir women for "personal usage" isn't a violent religion and I won't purchase and wear with pride this t-shirt. Plus I will publicly apologize on my own blog to anyone who is offended by this rant today. "Where are you getting this Shamrock!?!" you all exclaim. "Here I'll provide some reading for you choose to read it or don't. But a little wisdom never hurt anyone.

Shamrock Out!

According to Muhammad’s sacralized biography by Ibn Ishaq, Muhammad himself sanctioned the massacre of the Qurayza, a vanquished Jewish tribe. He appointed an "arbiter" who soon rendered this concise verdict: the men were to be put to death, the women and children sold into slavery, the spoils to be divided among the Muslims. Muhammad ratified this judgment stating that it was a decree of God pronounced from above the Seven Heavens. Thus some 600 to 900 men from the Qurayza were lead on Muhammad’s order to the Market of Medina. Trenches were dug and the men were beheaded, and their decapitated corpses buried in the trenches while Muhammad watched in attendance. Women and children were sold into slavery, a number of them being distributed as gifts among Muhammad’s companions, and Muhammad chose one of the Qurayza women (Rayhana) for himself. The Qurayza’s property and other possessions (including weapons) were also divided up as additional "booty" among the Muslims, to support further jihad campaigns.

The classical Muslim jurist al-Mawardi (a Shafi’ite jurist, d. 1058) from Baghdad was a seminal, prolific scholar who lived during the so-called Islamic "Golden Age" of the Abbasid-Baghdadian Caliphate. He wrote the following, based on widely accepted interpretations of the Qur'an and Sunna (i.e., the recorded words and deeds of Muhammad), regarding infidel prisoners of jihad campaigns:

“As for the captives, the amir [ruler] has the choice of taking the most beneficial action of four possibilities: the first to put them to death by cutting their necks; the second, to enslave them and apply the laws of slavery regarding their sale and manumission; the third, to ransom them in exchange for goods or prisoners; and fourth, to show favor to them and pardon them. Allah, may he be exalted, says, 'When you encounter those [infidels] who deny [the Truth=Islam] then strike [their] necks' (Qur'an sura 47, verse 4)”....Abu’l-Hasan al-Mawardi, al-Ahkam as-Sultaniyyah." [The Laws of Islamic Governance, trans. by Dr. Asadullah Yate, (London), Ta-Ha Publishers Ltd., 1996, p. 192. Emphasis added.]

Indeed such odious “rules” were iterated by all four classical schools of Islamic jurisprudence, across the vast Muslim empire.

For centuries, from the Iberian peninsula to the Indian subcontinent, jihad campaigns waged by Muslim armies against infidel Jews, Christians, Zoroastrians, Buddhists and Hindus, were punctuated by massacres, including mass throat slittings and beheadings. During the period of “enlightened” Muslim rule, the Christians of Iberian Toledo, who had first submitted to their Arab Muslim invaders in 711 or 712, revolted in 713. In the harsh Muslim reprisal that ensued, Toledo was pillaged, and all the Christian notables had their throats cut. On the Indian subcontinent, Babur (1483-1530), the founder of the Mughal Empire, who is revered as a paragon of Muslim tolerance by modern revisionist historians, recorded the following in his autobiographical “Baburnama,” about infidel prisoners of a jihad campaign:

"Those who were brought in alive [having surrendered] were ordered beheaded, after which a tower of skulls was erected in the camp." [The Baburnama -Memoirs of Babur, Prince and Emperor, translated and edited by Wheeler M. Thacktson, Oxford University Press,1996, p. 188. Emphasis added.]

Recent jihad-inspired decapitations of infidels by Muslims have occurred across the globe- Christians in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Nigeria; Hindu priests and "unveiled" Hindu women in Kashmir; Wall Street Journal reporter, and Jew, Daniel Pearl. We should not be surprised that these contemporary paroxysms of jihad violence are accompanied by ritualized beheadings. Such gruesome acts are in fact sanctioned by core Islamic sacred texts, and classical Muslim jurisprudence. Empty claims that jihad decapitations are somehow "alien to true Islam," however well-intentioned, undermine serious efforts to reform and desacralize Islamic doctrine. This process will only begin with frank discussion, both between non-Muslims and Muslims, and within the Muslim community.

Andrew G. Bostom, MD, MS is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Brown University Medical School.He is the author of "The Legacy of Jihad."


At Wednesday, August 30, 2006, Blogger Paige Burns said...

Wow. You and Mr. B would get along great. I think you're spot on Shamrock.

At Wednesday, August 30, 2006, Blogger Shamrock7 said...

why thank you paige I'm really glad you liked todays rant.

At Wednesday, August 30, 2006, Blogger Jake said...

What a rant. I think I'm gonna go punch the bag now. BTW- Amani Toomer? WTH?

At Wednesday, August 30, 2006, Blogger Shamrock7 said...

Jake:You need to punch something! Amani Toomer is the best I can do

At Wednesday, August 30, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love rants and how you give me news I never hear about. You rock my world, Shamrock. So...rant on, big guy. Rant on.

At Thursday, August 31, 2006, Blogger Shamrock7 said...

Jenna: WOOT thank you I will...I will...I will ROCK YOU!

At Wednesday, September 06, 2006, Blogger Isabella Snow said...

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At Wednesday, September 06, 2006, Blogger Isabella Snow said...

Well, I wrote a very long post but just deleted it. I will instead say only this:

I read his blog. If you think he's Anti-American, you must think Cindy Sheehan is a traitor who belongs at Guantanamo.

His constitutional rights WERE violated. The flight attendants weren't - which is why the officers weren't able to do more than ASK him to remove it or cover it up.

Freedom of speech/expression - no matter whether or not you agree with the sentiment - is *the* most important freedom any soldier ever died for. Ever.

These freedoms apply to all who live in the US, regardless of where they hail from. And regardless of how much you dislike their religion or political affiliations.

At Friday, December 01, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everyone should have freedom of speech, but that right should be tempered by moral responsibility. When you know the things you say are hurting our troops (Rep. Murtha, John Kerry, Cindy Sheehan, George Clooney, etc.) then it should be your moral obligation to keep your mouth shut. As far as I'm concerned, it is a common sense issue. -JTC


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