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Sunday, April 22, 2007

The Religion of Peace™ Pittsburgh: Ayaan Hirsi Ali Should Be Murdered

To the people that still think that Islamic violence is not rooted in the Koran, please note this sort of thing is said by Imams and public figures on a daily basis in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Indonesia, The Philippines, Yemen, Syria, Libya, Sudan, Morocco, Tunisia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Malaysia, Taiwan, Iraq, Turkey, the U.A.E., etc. I am not even going to mention the doomed European nations where you can hear something like this on any given Friday in most Mosques.

Furor over author Ayaan Hirsi Ali's visit stirs debate on religious freedom:

Islamic leaders tried to block the lecture, which was sponsored through an endowment from the Frank J. and Sylvia T. Pasquerilla Lecture Series. They argued that Hirsi Ali's attacks against the Muslim faith in her book, "Infidel," and movie, "Submission," are "poisonous and unjustified" and create dissension in their community.

Although university officials listened to Islamic leaders' concerns, the lecture planned last year took place Tuesday evening under tight security, with no incidents.

Imam Fouad ElBayly, president of the Johnstown Islamic Center, was among those who objected to Hirsi Ali's appearance.

"She has been identified as one who has defamed the faith. If you come into the faith, you must abide by the laws, and when you decide to defame it deliberately, the sentence is death," said ElBayly, who came to the U.S. from Egypt in 1976.

If you are not familiar with this women, she is the author of Infidel, and also wrote the script to Submission, a short that was produced and directed by the late Theo Van Gogh, and is a former MP in the Netherlands, whom came to the United States to seek protection from the radical Muslims that were hunting her.



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