Here We Go. A Muslim Cleric Honestly Describes Islam – On CNN

On Parker, Spitzer: A Muslim cleric, Imam Anjem Choudary revealed a few unsettling details of Islamic extremists’ worldview, including the role of “moderate” Muslims in spreading Sharia law around the globe. Choudary says that spreading Sharia law is a “noble” goal as it represents a “superior way of life” compared to the “shackles of man-made law.”

According to Choudary, violent terrorist attacks are a “peaceful” warning to countries like the United States and Israel, whom he claims are occupying Muslim lands. He also admits to encouraging Muslims in the United States to carry out these kinds of attacks:

Spitzer: Are you communicating with individuals in the United States and encouraging them to participate in attacks of this sort?

Choudary: Of course I am. I am participating in communication with people all around the world. As you know, the internet makes the world a very small place. … My invitation is a peaceful one to people to embrace Islam, and to warn them of the consequences of occupying Muslim land. I think that’s a very decent thing…

This will be everywhere tomorrow. Or nowhere.

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12 Responses to Here We Go. A Muslim Cleric Honestly Describes Islam – On CNN

  1. notamobster says:

    “they may say one thing to CNN, but I assure you, behind your back….”

    Eventually all muslims will, on pain of death, be forced to pick a side. It is a political ideology. Not unlike other totalitarian statist regimes, islam allows NO dissent! You will bend your knee – or you will lose your head…..peacefully, of course.

  2. Kenneth says:

    I’m guessing no where. Again, I know several upstanding Muslim-Americans. Unfortunately, it only takes one spoiled piece of meat to ruin a stew.

  3. Kenneth says:

    For once, I’m shocked someone at CNN handled that sort of situation properly. Call the man out as the terrorist he is, then shut him down.

  4. notamobster says:

    As a former adherent of islam, I’ve known many upstanding American muslims, too.

    When they were at the masjid, they remained completely silent when the louder, America-hating muslims spewed their vitriol. I was asked to leave the Mosque on more than one occassion for my pro-American views and unwillingness to keep them silent.

    I had no problem telling people: “If life is so much better in Jordan, or Pakistan, or Egypt…go home! No one is forcing you to be here.”

    I was interviewed by a radio station shortly after 9/11 based on a prior series of interviews I’d given to the Shreveport Times related to my conversion. The (radio) interviewer asked if I’d ever met anyone I thought could be a terrorist. I told him “yes, I’ve met hundreds of muslims who want this country destroyed. Even the moderates view America/Americans as decadent and sources of evil in the world.”

    One particularly heated exchange came from the suggestion that I attend a “Pro-Palestinian/death to America” protest outside the mosque. I went apeshit retarded and was dragged out by two friends. The people I was arguing with, you ask? Two doctors. One Egyptian, one Pakistani. Moderates to everyone outside the mosque. Not-so-much to those inside.

    I’m gonna write a piece on this so I’ll stop here.

  5. Kenneth says:

    Please do. I would definitely like to hear about things from an insider perspective. You learn something new about people every day.

  6. notamobster says:

    Yeah, I’m not huge on publicly acknowledging it. I’ve mentioned it before on here, but it’s not something I throw around alot.

  7. Uke says:

    This sort of video makes it very, very hard to maintain a tolerant and accepting attitude towards even so-called “moderate” Islam.

    This is unfortunate, to put it gently.

  8. slaphappypap says:

    I don’t know about anyone else here. I’d like to BLEEEEEEEP him with a BLEEEEEEP and pigs blood.

    Just saying.

  9. notamobster says:

    You’d like to “feed” him with a “pork chop” and pigs blood?

    I like this game.

  10. Uke says:

    MadLibs, Revo style. 😀

  11. Kenneth says:

    1: Massage
    2: Waffle

    “I’d like to massage him with a waffle and pigs blood.”

    I don’t get it.

  12. 95 FLTC says:

    y’all are killin’ me.

    My ad lib is

    1) caress

    2) anvil