Monday, June 27, 2016

Sina`s Challenge: Mohammad: An Assassin

Two quotes from an item part of ex-Muslim Dr. Ali Sina`s famous Challenge:

Muhammad: An Assassin
(from Understanding Muhammad, a book by Dr. Sina)

Quotes:
Today the world is shocked to learn that some Muslims feel that the only way to deal with the critics of Islam is to assassinate them.  In 1989, Khomeini issued a fatwa (religious decree) to assassinate Salman Rushdie, because Rushdie had written a book, The Satanic Verses, that some believed insulted Islam.  Some condemned Khomeini and accused him of being an extremist. Amazingly, many blamed Rushdie instead, for being “insensitive” to Muslims’ sensitivity.  On February 14, 2006, the Iranian state news agency reported that the fatwa will remain in place permanently. 
Since its inception, the Islamic regime of Iran has systematically eliminated its opponents by assassinating them, whether those opponents live in Iran or in exile in other countries.  Hundreds of dissidents have been killed in this way, including Dr. Shapoor Bakhtiar, a true democrat and the last Prime Minister appointed by the Shah.
What most people don’t know is that assassination was Muhammad’s way of dealing with his opponents. Today’s Muslim assassins are merely following their prophet’s example.
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After these assassinations, Muslims in Medina became more boastful, arrogant and imperious, as they had cast terror in the hearts of their opponents. He wanted to send the message that any opposition or criticism of him could mean death.[5]  That is exactly the same modus operandi Muslims employ today, where the threat often only need be implied.  They follow the model and example set by their prophet, who they regard as their greatest strategist.  They want to create a boundary of fear so they may establish their supremacythrough terror. 

Read the entire original text atMuhammad: An Assassin