"Allah gives permission in the Quran for the followers of Allah to attack those who have raged war against them, with the expectation of eternal paradise in case of martyrdom and/or living one's life in obedience of all of Allah's commandments found throughout the Quran's 114 chapters," wrote Mohammed Taheri-azar in a two-page letter sent to a television reporter and anchor at WTVD-TV, an ABC affiliate in Durham.
Folks, read the quote from Mohammed Taheri-azar above again carefully. It is another example of the words in the Koran taken in context of the Koran. Usually, Muslims claim that the words in the Koran are taken out of context. Shyeah, riiiiiiiiiight.
Hirsi Ali says:
Not a day passes, in Europe and elsewhere, when radical imams aren't preaching hatred in their mosques. They call Jews and Christians inferior, and we say they're just exercising their freedom of speech. When will the Europeans realize that the Islamists don't allow their critics the same right? After the West prostrates itself, they'll be more than happy to say that Allah has made the infidels spineless.See, I am more than happy to spend my free time in researching the selective quoting because the quoting needs to be traced to Islam's selective teaching and to Islam's selective practice. If Muslims teach slaughter, and practice slaughter, then I don't care if they quote peace. Because I'm going to show you where they preach slaughter.
So bring it on, Mohammed Taheri-azar, and continue to quote from your hate manual, the Koran. Do you really think the longer you keep it up the more scared we're going to be? Let's face it. What's to be afraid of? Sure Muslims like you are violent and unevolved, but big deal, you're not bullet proof. So give it up, Muslim, you're on the losing team and we're all beginning to see how the 'religion of peace' is merely a smoke-screen to kill the gullible, and I am proud to say, bring it on, moe foe, bring it on...