Skip to comments.Evangelical Rick Perry's promotion of filtered islamic history is troubling to most American voters!
Posted on 08/15/2011 1:51:15 PM PDT by AnthonyDavar
As an evangelical Christian, Rick Perry would be wise to at least read this detailed report from islamic writings on the prescribed pedophilia and sexual abuse of little girls and women of all ages before he promotes indoctrinating Texas children on a filtered islamic history! Does Christ following Rick Perry know what the founder of islam did when he was over 50 years old in his sexual relationship with 8/9 year old girls like Aisha? While the leftist
leaning Houston chronicle might be comforted by Ricks muslim ties, the majority of American voters would be horrified to know that trusted original islamic writings describe in detail how their founder was having sex with a little girl while she was playing with her dolls. Sadly Rick Perry seems to be following in the footsteps of George W. Bush in wrongly believing islam is a religion of peace!
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Isnt it interesting how one can take a sentence and fabricate an entire narrative around it?
yes. it is.
that is EXACTLY what you did, in your initial disgusting comment about “buggering”.
which YOU thought of.
so yes, i’ve learned volumes today. and if Perry inspires people like you, then he just LOST my vote!!!
Exactly, so the author should apologize to the governor for his accusations of accepting those tenets in which were never mentioned in the governor's original quotes. The author created the narrative around a couple of sentences that falsely implied that Governor Perry accepted and praised those things. Pretty nasty if I do say so myself. Far nastier than my little object lesson in the prior post.
What’s his take on the corrupt nation of Mexico and its illiterates taking over the Southwest?
Wow, pretty easily influenced aren't you if you flip out over a forum post to the point it affects your vote. If I said 'hope and change' a whole bunch using NLP triggers, would that change your mind. /sarc
Cough Sarah Palin cough...
It is ironic that Islam actually represented a step up for women among the pagan Arabs. Exposure of unwanted female infants was a common practice among those tribes. At least Islam prohibited that practice.
Which is not to say it is not an Antichrist religion and now dangerous to the world.
Apparently you are unaware of who the Ismailis are and their relation to the rest of Islam.
These are NOT orthodox Muslims and becoming their friends will make you the enemy of the orthodox.
Still incapable of properly punctuating sentences, I see.
Everyone should read the Koran just so they can see for themselves what a piece of crap it is.
Punctuation, Oh my God!
?? Could you elucidate upon or interpret this comment for me? It sounds bad.
"The Āgā Khān is particularly interested in the elimination of global poverty; the advancement of women; the promotion of Islamic culture, art, and architecture; and promoting pluralistic values in society. He is the founder and chairman of the Aga Khan Development Network, one of the largest private development networks in the world, which toils towards environment, health, education, architecture, culture, microfinance, rural development, disaster reduction, the promotion of private-sector enterprise and the revitalisation of historic cities."
Doesn't sound like the traditional Sharia promoting agenda...
But leave that aside for a moment. Just what, in your exalted opinion, should be the position of any elected official toward Muslims in his state/community? Should he try to pass laws against them? Should he denounce them as pagans and barbarians? What is the proper approach to such a sticky situation, seeing as they are American citizens as well, and their religion is not supposed to have any bearing on the quality of their representation by elected officials.
By the way, no one has yet provided any evidence that Perry supports Sharia - this is another one of those pathetic "guilt by association" drive-by attacks. "Oh no, he said something nice about a Muslim! He is going to allow Sharia to take over our legal system!"
If we somehow manage to lose this election, it will be because of things like this. We will have convinced the independents that we cannot or will not distinguish between radical terrorists and Muslims who are loyal citizens, or between illegal immigrants and Hispanics in general. In short, we will have persuaded them that conservatives really are ignorant and intolerant. Sad.
If anyone could show me where this particular person, the Aga Khan, has spoken in favor of Sharia law replacing the American legal system, or where he has supported the jihadists, or where he has called America "the Great Satan", then you might have an argument. But it sounds like the only argument is that he is a Muslim. If you are going to hate and distrust all Muslims just because they are Muslim, that is going to put you at odds with about 1/6th of the world's population.
The only problem with your statement is that the speech in question was given to American Muslims about an American Muslim center that was being built. We don't judge whether or not someone is an American by their religion...
Do we really need someone in the WH who is so chummy with Islam? Wasn’t one enough?
So, I assume you would have the same objection to any American politician saying nice things about the Pope, and would be irate an any American politican "grovelling" before the Pope by calling him "His Holiness", as is the customary protocol...
?? Could you elucidate upon or interpret this comment for me? It sounds bad.”
HUH, where were you during Jorge Bush's sermons on his “Great Religion” (Islam)? and his flooding our country with Muslims?
Would you be as concerned if he quoted from the Book of the Maccabees in honor of the Pope? Or if he quoted from the Talmud in honor of a rabbi? If not, why not?
“Another Texas Governor who wrongly ,Places everyone on the same level with Americans in this country!
The only problem with your statement is that the speech in question was given to American Muslims about an American Muslim center that was being built. We don’t judge whether or not someone is an American by their religion...”
I was referring to Bush.
BTW You cannot be an American Muslim, ONE or the other!
Obviously, that statement is factually incorrect. That is just as silly as saying you cannot be a Christian and be an American. As Christians, our first loyalty is to the kingdom of God - does this mean we can't also be good American citizens?
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