Sunday, August 19, 2007

Are modern Muslim fatwas (religious orders issued by leaders of Islam) fueling Islamic extremism?

Wahhabi or the Wasabi Sect of Islam is spreading throughout the western world and into Europe and Americas. This sect originates in Saudi Arabia and they are training new mullahs or imams or Islamic preachers to go out into mosques in western nations and preach the religious ideas of intolerance, hate, discrimination, terrorism and Jihad.

Religious leaders and preachers like Sheikh Yasin, Sheikh Feiz, Dr Ijaz Mian and many others have called for Jihad against non-believers and has called for executions of anyone who converts from Islam to any other religion. Such bigotry and discriminatory and extreme language is a major contributing factor to the rise of Islamic Fundamentalism and Extremism.

Islamic Extremism did not just spring out of nothing, it all started within the mosques. Many young children and young adults are brain-washed into this hate filled religious ideology that teaches to kill and despise non-Islamic people. The real people to blame for the rising violence in Iraq, or the rising Islamic Jihad is the Islamic teachers themselves, the imams and the sheikhs, not president George Bush or Tony Blair.

Inside the Green Lane mosque in Birmingham, a preacher is recorded saying: 'Allah has created the woman deficient.' A satellite broadcast from the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, Sheikh Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh, beamed into the Green Lane mosque suggests that Muslim children should be hit if they don't pray: 'When he is seven, tell him to go and pray, and start hitting them when they are 10.' Another preacher is heard saying that if a girl 'doesn't wear hijab, we hit her'.

Another preacher says: 'The time is fast approaching where the tables are going to turn and the Muslims are going to be in the position of being uppermost in strength and, when that happens, people won't get killed - unjustly.' Another speaker says Muslims cannot accept the rule of non-Muslims. 'You cannot accept the rule of the kaffir [a derogatory term for non-Muslims],' a preacher, Dr Ijaz Mian, tells a meeting held within the mosque in Britian. 'We have to rule ourselves and we have to rule the others.'

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