Discussion in 'Israel and Palestine' started by P F Tinmore, Mar 27, 2011.
The title is not what I would like, but I find his book very interesting indeed.
About the Author Zaki Ameen - author of Living by the Point of My Spear - the dark side of the Prophet Muhammad, biography
Slaves in Islam
Why the post about Islam? I thought Free Gaza was mostly Christians and Jews.
Your first mistake is to place honor on your terrorist buddies. It doesn't work that way. They use more than their own as shields.
And as many other things.
Israel attacked and occupied Palestine. What do you mean "my terrorist buddies?" Israel has always been the aggressor.
The saddest part about your post is that it's serious.
Everything you have posted I have taken with seriousness as well. Unless you were intentionally joking and using emoticons.
As I said, I do not like the title of the video poster, but the content?
It is interesting.
Perhaps to someone with an astounding ignorance of history and the circumstances surrounding the revelation of the Qur'an, but I believe you've claimed to be "well-read."
If "well-read" means that you spend time reading tripe like this and Robert Spencer and Bat Ye'or, I have bad news for you...
Yes I know. Everyone who doesn't follow your apologist Muslim agenda lacks knowledge and intellect to discern. That's why they must be told and ordered in the Islamic way.
Well read means to read it all and then make decisions. Not to discount any information.
And this is interesting because it comes from a Muslim who is not following an apologist agenda or a terrorist holy jihad mindset.
And that's rather a rarity.
Not at all. Bernard Lewis had knowledge and intellect and I take great issue with claims he has made about my religion and about certain aspects of the Arab world's history. The same applies to Sir William Muir and a number of other orientalists and neo-orientalists.
It also indicates an ability to separate the wheat from the chaff and to rely on information either from primary sources or sources that strive to be scholarly and impartial. You seem to lack this ability.
Separate names with a comma.