February 13, 2008

U.S. Muslim Inciting Murder of Danish Mohammed Cartoonists: "you fools seem to forget the end of Theo Van Gogh"


If this isn't an incitement to murder, I don't know what is. Samir Khan, the Charlotte, NC al Qaeda supporter & blogger on Kurt Westergaard and other cartoonists who defied Islamist demands drawing pictures of Mohammed should be illegal, as required by Islamic law. He first shows an image of Westergaard, and then warns:

Keep fearing for your life you white trash....

Anyone who wages war against Allah and His Messenger defiantly and arrogantly, will inevitably face the banner of Laa Ilaaha Illallaah: they will face those who will show them no mercy. “Humble with the believers, harsh against the Disbelievers.”

We wish we were able to express our extreme anger… and Walahi, our blood is boiling and our veins are shaking and our muscles are tightening…

All we can say to the cartoonists is: you fools seem to forget the end of Theo Van Gogh (may Allah’s curse be upon him) and forget to realize that even many of the Danish citizens who are Muslims will not tolerate it because they know the story of Ka’b bin Al-Ashraf and what the Companions of Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu ‘alayhi wassallam) did to him and they know that their Religion allows such a thing.

The more these cartoonists act in defiance of Allah and His Messenger, the more they attract a culture of Mujaahideen. Bush didn’t seem to learn from that nor do these low-life cartoonists. So keep showing your chest O Enemies of Allah! You are helping the process of waking up our nation as violent lions who tear apart their enemies with their bare hands.

For those of you who don't remember, Theo Van Gogh was murdered on the streets of Amsterdam by a Muslim angry at his depiction of Islam in the film Submission.

What many of you may be wondering, though, is what is the reference to "Ka’b bin Al-Ashraf", and what did the "Companions of Prophet Muhammad" do to him that their religion "allows such a thing". Here's the relevant info:

Ka'b ibn al-Ashraf ... was a chief of the Jewish tribe of Banu Nadir and a poet, who was assassinated by an order of Muhammad.
To Western readers the Ka'b ibn al-Ashraf reference is meaningless, but Muslism would clearly recognize Samir's statement as a call to murder Kurt Westergaard and the other Danish cartoonists with Allah's blessing and permission.

Pssst, hey Samir and co.....

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 04:10 PM | Comments |