Saturday, 10 January 2015

Off with his head!

Anjem Choudary that loveble moslem cleric-cum-traitor says, “Moslems do not believe in Free Speech.” I am glad he has cleared that up!

Does anyone else find it hypocritical that he spends his time exercising a right he does not believe in?

In his Sharia world he would have to keep his mouth shut or, because of the insult to Islam, be beheaded.

Gets my vote! Talk on Anjem.

I bet he will be the first to complain when he is on his knees with a sword falling on his neck, but then the servant of the devil always shouts loudest.


Malcolm said...

Succinctly put!

A Heron's View said...

The ancient Hebrew cultures of the Old Testament regarded blaspheming the name of God as so serious that it was punished by death. During the centuries when Christianity was the biggest religion in the world, attitudes changed. Not only did Christians seek to stamp out other religions, they also persecuted fellow Christians who had views that were different from theirs.(The Roman Catholic John Southworth was executed in 1654 for refusing to stop preaching. The Protestant John Bunyan was imprisoned in 1660 for preaching without a license.)
These are principles that Jesus had advocated. He told a story of wheat and weeds growing next to each other. God freely lets good and evil exist alongside each other in the world, but in the fullness of time there will be a reckoning when justice is done. Until then, Jesus urged his followers to go on ‘sowing good seeds’. Destroying the bad seed is not a Christian’s responsibility, but God's !

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Robert Hawkins said...

What a world we live in! Where can we turn?
Physical harm should illicit some punishment, commensurate with the harm perhaps.
Monetary harm? Difficult.
The pen, or speech? What a can of worms. Blasphemy? Not in our enlightened west, but what about unfounded allegations or rumour. Is that part of free speech?
I wish I had all the answers.

Malcolm said...

It that's the case, he'd better get his holy finger out and start fulfilling his responsibility!